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[en] We develop a simple pairing theory of superconductivity in strongly correlated d-wave superconductors for up to a moderate strength of disorder. Our description implements the key ideas of Anderson, originally proposed for disordered s-wave superconductors, but in addition takes care of the inherent strong electronic repulsion in these compounds, as well as the inhomogeneities. We first obtain the self-consistent one-particle states, that capture the effects of disorder exactly, and strong correlations using Gutzwiller approximation. These ‘normal states’ (at zero temperature) when coupled through BCS-type pairing attractions, produces results which are nearly identical to those from a more sophisticated Gutzwiller augmented Bogoliubov-de Gennes analysis.
[en] Using the maximum amplitude ratios of vertical component of P and S waves recorded by a regional network, 921 focal mechanisms of Dayao earthquake doublet sequence are determined by means of synthetic seismograms of a point source of dislocation in a plane layered medium. Among them, 389 focal mechanisms are in the aftershock sequence of M6.2 earthquake occurred on 21 July, 2003 and the other 532 focal mechanisms are in the aftershock sequence of M6.1 earthquake occurred on 16 October, 2003 in Dayao, Yunnan. The focal mechanism consistent parameter a of the two aftershock sequences are calculated and analyzed. According to the focal mechanism consistent parameter a, the focal mechanisms of the first aftershock sequence are more consistent than those of the second. According to the comparison of CMT solutions of the two M6 earthquakes, the physical mechanism of the doublet in the intra-plate earthquake is very complex, and many processes are involved and interacted with each other. This doublet provides insights into earthquake clustering, triggering and stress cycling.
[en] The method of coordinate rotation is used to study S-wave e+-H scattering near the H(n=2) threshold. The rotated Weinberg-Van Winter equation is used to reduce the problem to the study of a coupled-channel integral equation with pseudo-local potentials. The existence, under certain restrictions, of an infinite sequence of resonances approaching the H(n=2) threshold is established
[en] The direct transition-matrix approach to determination of the electric polarizabilities of quantum bound systems developed in my preceding work is applied to study the electric multipole polarizabilities of a two-particle bound complex with a central interaction between the particles. Expressions for the electric quadrupole and octupole polarizabilities of the deuteron are derived and their values in the case of the S-wave separable interaction potential are calculated. (author)
[en] On May 29 2017 earthquake occurred at northwest of Poso, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia with M6.5. BMKG recorded the earthquake occurred on 14:35:23 GMT in 1.270S, 120.450E with depth 13 Km. We determined earthquake location and focal mechanism by re-picked P- and S-wave arrival time on waveform which is recorded on 14 BMKG stations. Earthquake location and focal mechanism were determined by using Hypoellipse code and Azmtak code, respectively. The result shows that earthquake occurred on 14:35:19.23 GMT in 1.31820S, 120.27760E with depth 11.62 Km. Focal mechanism indicates that the fault motion of the earthquake is normal fault with left strike-slip component and the fault direction are strike 2760, dip 740 and slip -350. The earthquake is likely related to Palu Koro Fault. (paper)
[en] The authors use the Bodwin-Braaten-Lepage factorization scheme to separate the long- and short-distance factors that contribute to the decay rates of Υ, ηb (S-wave) and χb,hb (P-wave). The long distance matrix elements are calculated on the lattice in the quenched approximation using a non-relativistic formulation of the b quark dynamics
[en] We discuss on very general grounds possible lineshapes of composite particles with one unstable constituent. Expressions are derived in a coupled-channel formalism for constituents interacting in an S-wave with no assumption made on the width of one of them. We show how easy-to-use formulas, already existing in the literature, emerge for narrow constituents and identify the parameter that controls the regime of their applicability.