TITLE

Computation of the static structure factor of the path-integral quantum hard-sphere fluid

AUTHOR(S)
Sese, Luis M.; Ledesma, Ricardo
PUB. DATE
January 1997
SOURCE
Journal of Chemical Physics;1/15/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 3, p1134
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Details the calculation of the quantum static structure factor of the path-integral hard-sphere fluid. Approximate path-integral partition function factorized into two parts; Linear response and center-of-mass direct correlation functions and their corresponding structure factors computed from r-space radial distribution functions obtained with several propagators.
ACCESSION #
4180647

 

Related Articles

  • Self-Organization of Vortex Line Length Distribution in Dilute Quantum Turbulence. Akira Mitani; Makoto Tsubota // Journal of Low Temperature Physics;Aug2007, Vol. 148 Issue 3/4, p269 

    Abstract   There has been an exponential growth of interest in scale-free structure of quantum turbulence in recent years. Recent studies revealed that the vortex length distribution (VLD), meaning the size distribution of the vortices, in decaying quantum turbulence at zero temperature...

  • Topological Noise Scalings in Superfluid and Classical Turbulence. Kivotides, D. // JETP Letters;8/10/2004, Vol. 80 Issue 3, p152 

    We calculate the topological noise characterizing the direction of line vortices in superfluid and classical turbulence by finding the intersection of line vortices with square surfaces of edge length ls positioned normal to three orthogonal axes. In the case of homogeneous superfluid turbulence...

  • Electric activity of vortices in superfluid 4He. Natsik, V. D. // Low Temperature Physics;Oct2005, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p915 

    The vortical motion of atoms in a quantum liquid is accompanied by their weak polarization under the action of centrifugal forces. Theoretical estimates of the effect give an electric field close to the axis of the vortex of about 300 V·cm-1 and a linear density of the bound charge in the...

  • Non-equilibrium coherence dynamics in one-dimensional Bose gases. Hofferberth, S.; Lesanovsky, I.; Fischer, B.; Schumm, T.; Schmiedmayer, J. // Nature;9/20/2007, Vol. 449 Issue 7160, p324 

    Low-dimensional systems provide beautiful examples of many-body quantum physics. For one-dimensional (1D) systems, the Luttinger liquid approach provides insight into universal properties. Much is known of the equilibrium state, both in the weakly and strongly interacting regimes. However, it...

  • The tilting instability with buoyant forcing in a two-dimensional viscous fluid. Soloviev, Guennadi I.; Shapiro, Vitali D. // Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences;9/15/96, Vol. 53 Issue 18, p2671 

    Investigates the tilting instability with thermal buoyancy included as a source supporting convection against viscous dissipation. Schematic conceptual diagram showing how a shear flow distorts convective cells into a tilted configuration; Instability threshold in the Rayleigh number versus...

  • Variable source regions of Denmark Strait and Faroe Bank Channel overflow waters. K�HL, ARMIN // Tellus: Series A;Aug2010, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p551 

    The pathways of the water that overflows the Greenland�Scotland Ridge and their source regions are studied with an ocean circulation model. Depending on the size of wind stress curl around Iceland, different water mass properties are found in the less dense fraction of the overflows on both...

  • Fluid flow during active oblique convergence: ASouthern Alps model from mechanical and geochem... Koons, P.O.; Craw, D.; Cox, S.C.; Upton, P.; Templeton, A.S.; Chamberlain, C.P. // Geology;Feb98, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p159 

    Presents observations on fluid flow during active oblique convergence in relation to a Southern Alps model. Detailed information on the observations; Reference to the Southern Alps; Details on mechanical forces and models; Other information.

  • A pattern emerges. Chown, Marcus // New Scientist;07/12/97, Vol. 155 Issue 2090, p34 

    Focuses on scientific efforts to formulate a theory of pattern formation in nature using fluid dynamics. Discovery of oscillons that form complex structures; Patterns formed by flow of granular materials; Formation of antiferromagnetic lattice; Analogy with solitons.

  • Prognostic Modeling Studies of the Keweenaw Current in Lake Superior. Part II: Simulation. Zhu, Jianrong; Chen, Changsheng; Ralph, Elise; Green, Sarah A.; Budd, Judith Wells; Zhang, Frank Y. // Journal of Physical Oceanography;Feb2001, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p396 

    ABSTRACT The Keweenaw Current, observed along the coast of the Keweenaw Peninsula in Lake Superior during July 1973, was simulated using a 3D, nonorthogonal coordinate transformation, primitive equation coastal ocean model. The model domain covered the entire lake with a high resolution of...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics