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[en] SMART NPP(Nuclear Power Plant) has been developed for duel purpose, electricity generation and energy supply for seawater desalination. The objective of this project IS to design the reactor system of SMART pilot plant(SMART-P) which will be built and operated for the integrated technology verification of SMART. SMART-P is an integral reactor in which primary components of reactor coolant system are enclosed in single pressure vessel without connecting pipes. The major components installed within a vessel includes a core, twelve steam generator cassettes, a low-temperature self pressurizer, twelve control rod drives, and two main coolant pumps. SMART-P reactor system design was categorized to the reactor coe design, fluid system design, reactor mechanical design, major component design and MMIS design. Reactor safety -analysis and performance analysis were performed for developed SMART=P reactor system. Also, the preparation of safety analysis report, and the technical support for licensing acquisition are performed
[en] For a two-dimensional scalar discrete model we obtain several exact static solutions in the form of the Jacobi elliptic functions (JEF) with arbitrary shift along the lattice. The Quispel-Roberts-Thompson-type quadratic maps are identified for the considered two-dimensional model by using a JEF solution. We also show that many of the static solutions can be constructed iteratively from these quadratic maps by starting from an admissible initial value. The kink solution, having the form of tanh , is numerically demonstrated to be generically stable. (paper)
[en] We study the influence of the Unruh effect on quantum non-zero sum games. In particular, we investigate the quantum Prisoners' Dilemma both for entangled and unentangled initial states and show that the acceleration of the noninertial frames disturbs the symmetry of the game. It is shown that for the maximally entangled initial state, the classical strategy C-hat (cooperation) becomes the dominant strategy. Our investigation shows that any quantum strategy does no better for any player against the classical strategies. The miracle move of Eisert et al (1999 Phys. Rev. Lett.83 3077) is no more a superior move. We show that the dilemma-like situation is resolved in favor of one player or the other. (paper)
[en] Non-self-adjoint quantum mechanical operators do not necessarily possess eigenvalues. Finite N x N matrix representations of these operators, however, can be hermitian and therefore have a finite set of N real eigenvalues. Using the momentum operator, the kinetic energy operator, and the relativistic Hamiltonian of the Coulomb problem for the Klein-Gordon equation as examples, we examine analytically and also numerically the properties of the spectrum and eigenvectors in finite dimensional Hilbert spaces. We study the limit of N → ∞ for which some eigenvalues cease to exist as the corresponding operators are not self-adjoint. (paper)
[en] The Wigner function has a doubling feature which is expressed in the fact that an x, p-point in the Wigner function leads to a (2x, 2p)-point in the wavefunctions. This feature is of no special consequence in the continuous phase plane. But in the finite phase plane, it is of crucial importance. This doubling feature enables one to define the finite phase plane Wigner function directly from the Wigner function in the continuous phase plane. Bearing in mind the doubling feature of the Wigner function, we define the inversion operator not only around the points of the discrete phase plane lattice but also around their mid-points. Our approach makes it clear why there is a difference in constructing the Wigner function in odd- and even-dimensional phase spaces. (paper)
[en] We argue that the textbook method for solving eigenvalue equations is simpler, more elegant and efficient than the asymptotic iteration method applied in Durmus (2011 J. Phys. A: Math. Theor.44 155205). We show that the Kratzer potential is not a realistic model for the vibration-rotation spectra of diatomic molecules because it predicts the position of the absorption infrared bands too far from the experimental ones (at least for the HCl and H2 molecules chosen as illustrative examples in that paper). (comment)
[en] A line-soliton solution can be regarded as the limiting solution with parameters on the boundary between regular and singular regimes in the parameter space of a periodic-soliton solution. We call the periodic soliton with parameters of the neighborhood of the boundary a quasi-line soliton. The solution with parameters on the intersection of the two boundaries, in the parameter space of the two-periodic-soliton solution on which each periodic soliton becomes the line soliton, corresponds to the two-line-soliton solution. On the way of the turning into the two-line-soliton solution from the two-periodic-soliton solution as a parameter point approaches to the intersection, there is a small parameter-sensitive region where the interaction between two quasi-line solitons undergoes a marked change to a small parameter under some conditions. In such a parameter-sensitive region, there is a new long-range interaction between two quasi-line solitons, which seems to be the long-range interaction between two line solitons through the periodic soliton as the messenger. We also show that an attractive interaction between a finite amplitude quasi-line soliton and infinitesimal one is possible.
[en] Starting with a discussion of the general applicability of the simplified mirror thermodynamic Bethe ansatz (TBA) equations to simple deformations of the AdS5 x S5 superstring, we proceed to study a specific type of orbifold to which the undeformed simplified TBA equations directly apply. We then use this set of equations, as well as Luescher's approach, to determine the next-to-leading-order wrapping correction to the energy of what we call the orbifolded Konishi state and show that they perfectly agree. In addition we discuss wrapping corrections to the ground-state energy of the orbifolded model under consideration.
[en] A generalized symmetry integrability test for discrete equations on the square lattice is studied. Integrability conditions are discussed. A method for searching higher symmetries (including non-autonomous ones) for quad-graph equations is suggested based on characteristic vector fields.
[en] We investigate complex versions of the Korteweg-deVries equations and an Ito-type nonlinear system with two coupled nonlinear fields. We systematically construct rational, trigonometric/hyperbolic and elliptic solutions for these models including those which are physically feasible in an obvious sense, that is those with real energies, but also those with complex energy spectra. The reality of the energy is usually attributed to different realizations of an antilinear symmetry, as for instance PT-symmetry. It is shown that the symmetry can be spontaneously broken in two alternative ways either by specific choices of the domain or by manipulating the parameters in the solutions of the model, thus leading to complex energies. Surprisingly, the reality of the energies can be regained in some cases by a further breaking of the symmetry on the level of the Hamiltonian. In many examples, some of the fixed points in the complex solution for the field undergo a Hopf bifurcation in the PT-symmetry breaking process. By employing several different variants of the symmetries we propose many classes of new invariant extensions of these models and study their properties. The reduction of some of these models yields complex quantum mechanical models previously studied.