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Particle Dynamics Using Direct Application of Newton's Law


Authors: Sunny Sharma, Karandeep Kaur

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    Accepting and exploiting the response of charged particles to electromagnetic forces is the basis of particle optics and accelerator concept. The goal is to find the time-dependent position and velocity of atoms, given stated electric and magnetic fields. Measures calculated from position and velocity, such as total energy, kinetic energy, and momentum, are also of interest. In this chapter, the response of particles to general forces will be reviewed. These are pr?cised in laws of motion. The Newtonian laws, preserved in the first sections, relate at low particle energy. This chapter reviews particle mechanism. And then condenses the possessions of electrons and ions. Newtonian mechanism also designates ions in medium energy accelerators used for nuclear physics. The Newtonian equations are regularly simpler to solve than relativistic formulations. Occasionally it is possible to define transverse motions of relativistic elements using Newtonian equations with a relativistically modified mass. In the subsequent part, some of the principles of special relativity are derivative from two basic postulates, leading to a number of useful formulas abridged later.
    Key word :- Particle Dynamics, Newton?s law, Relativity, Lorentz contraction, transverse motion.

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    Sunny Sharma, Karandeep Kaur "Particle Dynamics Using Direct Application of Newton's Law" Vol. 1 - Issue 1 ( Sep - Oct 2016), ISAR International Journal of Advances in Physics , ISSN: Under Process , www.internationaljournalisar.org

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Supersymmetric Grand Unified Theories with Different Models


Authors: Shahbaz khan, Ajeet Mishra

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    Super symmetric grand unified theories (SUSY GUTs) are very exciting extensions of the minimal Super symmetric standard model (MSSM). They unify strong and electroweak interactions elucidating the MSSM quantum numbers, account for accuracy gauge coupling unification and steady the weak scale. Then numerous mechanisms for hidden sector Super symmetric breaking and go on to deliver a pedagogical conversation of the several type of Super symmetric unified theories afar the MSSM comprising SUSY GUTs. Their associations for proton decay, R-parity violation, doublet triplet splitting etc. are conferred.
    Key word :- GUT, Minimal Super symmetric standard model, Unification, SUSY.

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    Shahbaz khan, Ajeet Mishra, "Supersymmetric Grand Unified Theories with Different Models" Vol. 1 - Issue 1 ( Sep - Oct 2016), ISAR International Journal of Advances in Physics , ISSN: Under Process , www.internationaljournalisar.org

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Nanotechnology in Space Technology development & Systems


Authors: Rupali Chudasama, Prof. Amol Joglekar

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    Nanotechnology is considered world-wide as one of the key technologies of the 21st Century. Nano technological products and methods hold a huge economic potential for the markets of the future. Also in space technology a high potential for Nano technological applications is suggested. The increasing commercialisation of operated and unmanned space travel as well as ever more ambitious missions for the technical investigation of the solar system and far space needs the development of more effectual, more economical and more resistant space technologies and systems in the future. Nanotechnology could subsidize considerably to explanations and technological breakthroughs in this area (Nano-spin-on). Also the space industry pursues the area of nanotechnology with growing consciousness. Space flight could be exploited for research and development in the field of nanotechnology as well. In this we converse about application of nanotechnology in aerospace research.
    Key word :- ---.

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    Rupali Chudasama, Prof. Amol Joglekar, "Nanotechnology in Space Technology development & Systems" Vol. 1 - Issue 1 ( Sep - Oct 2016), ISAR International Journal of Advances in Physics , ISSN: Under Process , www.internationaljournalisar.org

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Photonic Technologies used for Manufacturing in the Automotive Industry


Authors: Shraddha Dabhade, Shilpa Verma

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    Photonics can be seen as one of the main enabling technologies of the last eras, prominent to new products and services with important economic benefits. The huge diversity of products with photonic constituents exhibits the positive influence to our economy of this pervasive technology. Overall it is established that the European photonics market is important on a global scale and has very high leverage on other industries and markets. There is no doubt that photonics is transforming the world and will have an influence comparable to the semiconductor industry. Photonics comprises all technologies that use light, create light, detect light, or modify light. Photonics is consuming a profound influence on a very varied sort of applications such as agriculture, energy, entertainment, life science, transport. This paper analyses the potentials for the enactment of photonic technologies in the automotive manufacturing i.e. the integration of photonic technologies in the car as well as in motorized industrial.
    Key word :- Photonics Technology, Automotive Industry, HUDs, VLC, Radar.

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    Shraddha Dabhade, Shilpa Verma , "Photonic Technologies used for Manufacturing in the Automotive Industry " Vol. 1 - Issue 1 ( Sep - Oct 2016), ISAR International Journal of Advances in Physics , ISSN: Under Process , www.internationaljournalisar.org

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The Future of High Energy Accelerators in Physics


Authors: Sarita Negi, Smita Singh, S.K.Goel

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    In this report I shall attempt to converse certain of the questions regarding the use of ultra-high energy accelerators which may be likely to rise in the future. Evidently such remarks must be taken with a definite amount of scepticism: main, there is a natural amount of healthy disparity on the subject; and furthermore, we are working in a meadow where the rate of development of new knowledge frequently surpasses the rate at which the parameters of accelerators are prolonged. It has been true only rarely that the parameters of new accelerators were set for correct physical explanations: the noteworthy exemption is the Bevatron, whose energy was intentionally set overhead antiproton threshold; the post war group of 300-500 MeV accelerators was instigated before the discovery of the pion (?-pair production was frequently stated in connection with the choice of energy!); the Cosmotron energy was set earlier the discovery of K elements.
    Key word :- Particles, scattering, High Energy Accelerators.

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    Sarita Negi, Smita Singh, S.K.Goel, "The Future of High Energy Accelerators in Physics" Vol. 1 - Issue 1 ( Sep - Oct 2016), ISAR International Journal of Advances in Physics , ISSN: Under Process , www.internationaljournalisar.org

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