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The aim of this twovolume title is to give a comprehensive review of one hundred years of development of general relativity and its scientific influences. This unique title provides a broad introduction and review to the fascinating and profound subject of general relativity, its historical development, its important theoretical consequences, gravitational wave detection and applications to astrophysics and cosmology. The series focuses on five aspects of the theory:Genesis, Solutions and EnergyEmpirical FoundationsGravitational WavesCosmologyQuantum GravityThe first three topics are covered in Volume 1 and the remaining two are covered in Volume 2. While this is a twovolume title, it is designed so that each volume can be a standalone reference volume for the related topic.
General Relativity  Gravitation  Gravitational Waves  Cosmology  Quantum Gravity
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The aim of this twovolume title is to give a comprehensive review of one hundred years of development of general relativity and its scientific influences. This unique title provides a broad introduction and review to the fascinating and profound subject of general relativity, its historical development, its important theoretical consequences, gravitational wave detection and applications to astrophysics and cosmology. The series focuses on five aspects of the theory:Genesis, Solutions and EnergyEmpirical FoundationsGravitational WavesCosmologyQuantum GravityThe first three topics are covered in Volume 1 and the remaining two are covered in Volume 2. While this is a twovolume title, it is designed so that each volume can be a standalone reference volume for the related topic.
General Relativity  Gravitation  Gravitational Waves  Cosmology  Quantum Gravity
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The four volumes of the proceedings of MG14 give a broad view of all aspects of gravitational physics and astrophysics, from mathematical issues to recent observations and experiments. The scientific program of the meeting included 35 morning plenary talks over 6 days, 6 evening popular talks and 100 parallel sessions on 84 topics over 4 afternoons.Volume A contains plenary and review talks ranging from the mathematical foundations of classical and quantum gravitational theories including recent developments in string theory, to precision tests of general relativity including progress towards the detection of gravitational waves, and from supernova cosmology to relativistic astrophysics, including topics such as gamma ray bursts, black hole physics both in our galaxy and in active galactic nuclei in other galaxies, and neutron star, pulsar and white dwarf astrophysics.The remaining volumes include parallel sessions which touch on dark matter, neutrinos, Xray sources, astrophysical black holes, neutron stars, white dwarfs, binary systems, radiative transfer, accretion disks, quasars, gamma ray bursts, supernovas, alternative gravitational theories, perturbations of collapsed objects, analog models, black hole thermodynamics, numerical relativity, gravitational lensing, large scale structure, observational cosmology, early universe models and cosmic microwave background anisotropies, inhomogeneous cosmology, inflation, global structure, singularities, chaos, EinsteinMaxwell systems, wormholes, exact solutions of Einstein's equations, gravitational waves, gravitational wave detectors and data analysis, precision gravitational measurements, quantum gravity and loop quantum gravity, quantum cosmology, strings and branes, selfgravitating systems, gamma ray astronomy, cosmic rays and the history of general relativity.
General Relativity  Gravitation  Astrophysics  Quantum Gravity  Cosmology  Theoretical Physics  String Theory  Gravitational Wave  Gamma Ray Burst  Black Hole  Active Galactic Nuclei  Neutron Star  Pulsar  White Dwarf  Dark Matter  Neutrinos  Xray Sources  Binary Systems  Radiative Transfer  Accretion Disks  Supernova  Black Hole Thermodynamics  Numerical Relativity  Gravitational Lensing  Large Scale Structure  Observational Cosmology  Early Universe Models  Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropies  Inhomogeneous Cosmology  Inflation  EinsteinMaxwell Systems  Wormholes  Exact Solutions of Einstein's Equations  Gravitational Wave Detectors and Data Analysis  Precision Gravitational Measurements  Loop Quantum Gravity  Quantum Cosmology  Cosmic Rays
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The development of special and general relativity has relied significantly on ideas of symmetry. Similarly, modern efforts to test these theories have often sought either violations or extensions of the symmetries seen, and symmetry is regularly used a tool in seeking new applications. In this Special Issue of symmetry, we explore some contemporary research related to symmetry in special and general relativity.
Lorentz symmetry  rotation invariance  StandardModel Extension  Noether’s theorem  Weyl method  Palais principle of symmetric criticality  solutions to Einstein’s equations  magnetic monopole  pulsar timing  StandardModel Extension  binary pulsars  Lorentz and CPT violation  StandardModel Extension  Dirac fermions  Dirac neutrinos  Majorana neutrinos  determinants of block matrices  lorentz violation  CPT violation  penning trap  quantum mechanics  antimatter  interferometry  gravitational waves  Lorentz violation  standardmodel extension  geodesic deviation  Lorentz violation  standard model extension  CPT violation
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The book edition of the Universe Special Issue “Compact Stars in the QCD Phase Diagram” is devoted to the overarching aspects shared between heavyion collisions and compact star astrophysics in investigating the hadrontoquark matter phase transition in the equation of state of strongly interacting matter in different regions of the phase diagram of QCD. It comprises 22 review and research articles that, together, will serve as a useful guide in educating both young and senior scientists in this emerging field that represents an intersection of the communities of strongly interacting matter theory, heavyion collision physics and compact star astrophysics.
heavyion collisions  directed flow  hydrodynamics  deconfinement  hybrid stars  neutron stars  equation of state  ? meson condensation  maximum mass  ? resonances  finite temperature  finite density  quarkgluon plasma  finite size  speed of sound  neutron stars  equation of state  inmedium effects  neutrino  Quantum Chromodynamics  dense matter  vector interaction  neutron stars  equation of state  QCD matter  phase transition  critical point  modified excludedvolume mechanism  dense matter  equation of state  stars: neutron  pulsars: general, pulsars: PSR J0737 ? 3039A  pulsars: PSR J1757 ? 1854  relativistic heavyion collisions  monte carlo simulations  transport theory  strangeness  neutron stars  star oscillations  hadron–quark continuity  neutron stars  QCD phase diagram  neutron stars  stellar magnetic field  stellar structure  stellar evolution  neutron star  equation of state  phase transition  quark matter  pulsars  quark stars  general relativity  Gravitational waves  Gammaray bursts  nuclear matter  neutron stars  quarks  combustion  neutron star  QCD matter  phase transition  critical point  neutron stars  gravitational waves  equation of state  chiral symmetry  axion QED  quarkhole pairing  colddense QCD  magnetic DCDW  quark matter  hadronic matter  quark deconfinement  neutron star matter  nuclear equation of state  phase transition  crystalline structure  neutrino emissivities  cluster virial expansion  quarkhadron matter  Mott dissociation  BethUhlenbeck equation of state  heavyion collisions  supernova explosions  masstwin stars  nuclear symmetry energy  heavyion collisions  transport theory  collective flow  light cluster emission  meson production  quarkhadron phase transition  pasta phases  speed of sound  hybrid compact stars  massradius relation  GW170817
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The term ‘biomedical engineering’ refers to the application of the principles and problemsolving techniques of engineering to biology and medicine. Biomedical engineering is an interdisciplinary branch, as many of the problems health professionals are confronted with have traditionally been of interest to engineers because they involve processes that are fundamental to engineering practice. Biomedical engineers employ common engineering methods to comprehend, modify, or control biological systems, and to design and manufacture devices that can assist in the diagnosis and therapy of human diseases. This Special Issue of Fluids aims to be a forum for scientists and engineers from academia and industry to present and discuss recent developments in the field of biomedical engineering. It contains papers that tackle, both numerically (Computational Fluid Dynamics studies) and experimentally, biomedical engineering problems, with a diverse range of studies focusing on the fundamental understanding of fluid flows in biological systems, modelling studies on complex rheological phenomena and molecular dynamics, design and improvement of labonachip devices, modelling of processes inside the human body as well as drug delivery applications. Contributions have focused on problems associated with subjects that include hemodynamical flows, arterial wall shear stress, targeted drug delivery, FSI/CFD and Multiphysics simulations, molecular dynamics modelling and physiologybased biokinetic models.
alkannin  cancer  stability study  drug delivery system  hydrodynamics  microfluidics  pipette Petri dish singlecell trapping (PPSCT)  passive trapping  singlecell trapping  single cell analysis  tilt trapping  pressure drop  CFD  Casson fluid  blood  hematocrit  small vessel  microfluidics  spreading  gelation  hydrogel  hyaluronic  viscoelastic  viscous  gravitational  capillary  biochemical processes  biokinetics  human biomonitoring  bisphenol A  exposure reconstruction  risk assessment  freeflowing film  FFMR  inclined ?channel  nonNewtonian  shear thinning  ?PIV  meniscus  Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm  FluidStructure Interaction (FSI)  Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)  haematocrit  pulsatile flow  nonNewtonian  dipalmitoylphosphatidylglycerol (DPPG)  doxorubicin  hyperbranched polyester  simulations  n/a  microfluidics  blood flow  viscoelastic  falling film microreactor  ?PIV  abdominal aortic aneurysm  hematocrit  computational fluid dynamics simulations  fluid–structure interaction  arterial wall shear stress  drug delivery  droplet spreading  passive trapping  cell capture  labonachip  physiologybased biokinetics  liposomes  shikonin  human biomonitoring
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This Special Issue covers a wide range of topics from fundamental studies to applications of ionized gases. It is dedicated to four topics of interest: 1. ATOMIC COLLISION PROCESSES (electron and photon interactions with atomic particles, heavy particle collisions, swarms, and transport phenomena); 2. PARTICLE AND LASER BEAM INTERACTION WITH SOLIDS (atomic collisions in solids, sputtering and deposition, and laser and plasma interactions with surfaces); 3. LOW TEMPERATURE PLASMAS (plasma spectroscopy and other diagnostic methods, gas discharges, and plasma applications and devices); 4. GENERAL PLASMAS (fusion plasmas, astrophysical plasmas, and collective phenomena). This Special Issue of Atoms will highlight the need for continued research on ionized gas physics in different topics ranging from fundamental studies to applications, and will review current investigations.
strongfield physics  attoscience  bicircular field  highorder harmonic generation  abovethreshold ionization  spinpolarized electrons  capacitivelycoupled discharge  oxygen  particleincell/Monte Carlo collision  electron heating  secondary electron emission  Large Helical Device (LHD)  deuterium experiment  ion temperature of 10 keV  plasma research  spectroscopic study  dispersion interferometer  modified theories of gravity  methods: analytical  methods: numerical  galaxies: elliptical  galaxies: fundamental parameters  nonequilibrium  collisions  radiation  planetary atmospheric entry  laser matter interaction  laserinduced breakdown  plasma  spectroscopy  streak camera  plasma  spectral lines  Stark broadening  oxygen  silicon  spectroscopy  gas discharges  plasma applications  databases  virtual observatory  cross sections  rate coefficients  runway electron  plasma current  fusion plasma  tokamak  glow discharge  argon  nitrogen admixture  discharge voltage  diffuse discharge  constricted discharge  electrical theory of DBDs  QVplot  instantaneous power  rainbow scattering  positron channeling effect  timedependent Schrödinger equation  chiral single wall carbon nanotubes  black hole physics  cosmology  quasar spectroscopy  cosmological parameters  ionized gas  broad line region  Rydberg atoms  dynamic instability  control of atomic states  Förster resonance  plasma spectroscopy  Stark broadening  plasma diagnostics  line shape modeling  ZeemanDoppler broadening  Balmer line series  radiative recombination  photoacoustic  photothermal  inverse problem  thermal memory  minimum volume cell  neural networks  thermal diffusivity  conductivity  linear coefficient of thermal extension  AGN  black holes  gravitational waves  binary black holes  quasars  photodetachment  magnetically confined fusion  neutral beam injection  plasma heating  optical cavity amplification  lowenergy electrons  electron–molecule interactions  astrochemistry  laboratory plasma  astrophysical plasma  fusion plasma  lasers  stars  extragalactic objects  spectra  spectroscopy  scaling laws
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The energy and fuel industries represent an extensive field for the development and implementation of solutions aimed at improving the technological, environmental, and economic performance of technological cycles. In recent years, the issues of ecology and energy security have become especially important. Energy is firmly connected with all spheres of human economic life but, unfortunately, it also has an extremely negative (often fatal) effect on the environment and public health. Depletion of energy resources, the complexity of their extraction, and transportation are also problems of a global scale. Therefore, it is especially important nowadays to try to take care of nature and think about the resources that are necessary for future generations. For scientific teams in different countries, the development of sustainable and safe technologies for the use of fuels in the energy sector will be a challenge in the coming decades
coal  slurry fuel  combustion  forest fuels  biomass  anthropogenic emission concentration  municipal solid waste  coal processing waste  oil refining waste  waste management  composite fuel  energy production  fuel activation  wastederived fuel  coalwater slurry  laser pulse  syngas  aerosol  twocomponent droplet  heating  evaporation  explosive breakup  disintegration  droplet holder material  hydraulic fracturing  water retention in shale  anionic surfactant  shale gas  supercritical CO2  tectonic coal  pore structure  methane desorption  embedded discrete fracture model  fractured reservoir simulation  matrixfracture transmissibility  combustion  methane hydrate  hydrate dissociation  PTV method  transport of tracers  linear drift effect  convection–diffusion equation  enhanced oil recovery  closedform analytical solution  methane  combustion mechanism  mechanism reduction  skeletal mechanism  Bunsen burner  covert fault zone  genetic mechanism  Qikou Sag  structure evolution  oilcontrolling mode  Riedel shear  Mohr–Coulomb theory  slurry fuel  ignition  combustion  combustion chamber  soaring of fuel droplets  trajectories of fuel droplets  decorated polyacrylamide  physical properties  displacement mechanism  flow behavior  enhanced recovery  injection mode  coal consumption forecasting  support vector machine  improved gravitational search algorithm  grey relational analysis  dual string completion  gas lift  gas lift rate  split factor  gas robbing  gas lift optimization
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