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    • Electromagnetic Impact Welding of Al-to-Al-Li Sheets 

      KORE, SD; DATE, PP; KULKARNI, SV; KUMAR, S; KULKARNI, MR; DESAI, SV; RAJAWAT, RK; NAGESH, KV; CHAKRAVARTY, DP (ASME-AMER SOC MECHANICAL ENG, 2009)
      The potential for weight savings resulting from the low density and high stiffness of aluminum-lithium (Al-Li) alloys and the difficulty in fusion welding of these alloys led to this study of solid state welding of Al-Li ...
    • Electromagnetic impact welding of aluminum to stainless steel sheets 

      KORE, SD; DATE, PP; KULKARNI, SV (ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA, 2008)
      Welding of aluminum (Al) to stainless steel (SS) is difficult due to the difference in their melting temperatures. The processes, which are available for welding of Al-to-SS, are friction welding, laser welding, electric ...
    • Electromagnetic response of a dipole-coupled ellipsoidal bilayer 

      AMBJORNSSON, TOBIAS; APELL, SP; MUKHOPADHYAY, GAUTAM (AIP, 2004)
      We derive an expression for the polarizability of an ellipsoidally shaped cell-like structure at field frequencies where membrane molecular resonances ~vibrational and electronic! are important. We first present analytical ...
    • ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE PROPAGATION IN LINEARLY DISPERSIVE MEDIA USING HIGHER-ORDER WENO SCHEME 

      SARDESHPANDE, S; CHATTERJEE, A (VSP BV, 2009)
      Higher-order Weighted Essentially Non-Oscillatory (WENO) based spatial discretization is used to numerically model electromagnetic wave propagation in linearly dispersive media. An Auxiliary Differential Equation (ADE) ...
    • ELECTRON CHARGE-DENSITY IN NEON AND OTHER INERT-GAS ATOMS 

      PATIL, SH (IOP PUBLISHING LTD, 1994)
      Elastic differential cross sections for the scattering of high energy electrons by inert gas atoms, at low momentum transfer, are analysed in terms of a model density satisfying some general conditions. This allows us to ...
    • Electron correlation and relativistic effects in atomic structure calculations of Th+, Th2+ ions 

      ROY, SK; PRASAD, R; DATTA, SN; CHANDRA, P (ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2012)
      Relativistic two-component ab initio calculations through second-order Douglas-Kroll-Hess (DKH2) transformation are performed on Th+ and Th2+ ions. Spin-orbit-free calculations are done at SA-CASSCF and MS-CASPT2 levels. ...
    • Electron correlation in He and isoelectronic ions 

      PATIL, SH (IOP PUBLISHING LTD, 2004)
      The implications of the repulsive Coulombic interaction between two electrons are discussed. They lead to a general correlation property of the wavefunction when the two electrons are close to each other. The importance ...
    • Electron correlation studies: Rumer basis approach 

      SARMA, CR; AHSAN, MAH (JOHN WILEY & SONS INC, 1996)
      A technique for the configuration interaction (CI) study of many-electron systems is developed based on Rumer spin-coupling scheme for the antisymmetrized configuration state functions (CSF). Incorporating a new graphical ...
    • Electron correlations and two-photon states in polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon molecules: A peculiar role of geometry 

      ARYANPOUR, K; SHUKLA, A; MAZUMDAR, S (AMER INST PHYSICS, 2014)
      We present numerical studies of one-and two-photon excited states ordering in a number of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon molecules: coronene, hexa-peri-hexabenzocoronene, and circumcoronene, all possessing D-6h point group ...
    • Electron cyclotron resonance frequency system on tokamak Aditya 

      SHUKLA, BK; SATHYANARAYANA, K; BORA, D; RAJASHREE, S; BHATTACHARYA, K; PAL, B; KULKARNI, SV; GANGOPADHYAY, S; SRINIVAS, YSS; KHILAR, PL; KUSHWAH, M; TRIVEDI, RG; RATHI, D; KADIA, BR; PATEL, A; VIRANI, C; HARSIDA, P; JADAV, HM; PARMAR, KG; SHAH, P; MAKWANA, AR; DANI, S; KIRIT, P; HARSHA, M; SONI, J (IEEE, 2002)
      A 28 GHz ECRH system has been successfully commissioned on the tokamak Aditya to carry out breakdown, start up and heating experiments. The microwave source gyrotron VGA8000A19 capable of delivering 200 kW CW is commissioned ...
    • Electron Density Dynamics in the Electronic Ground State: Motion Along the Kekule Mode of Benzene 

      SCHILD, A; CHOUDHARY, D; SAMBRE, VD; PAULUS, B (AMER CHEMICAL SOC, 2012)
      If the Born-Oppenheimer approximation is invoked for, the description of chemical reactions, the electron density rearranges following the motion of the nuclei. Even though this approach is Central to theoretical, chemistry, ...
    • Electron Detachment and Subsequent Structural Changes of Water Clusters 

      DAS, S; SENGUPTA, T; DUTTA, AK; PAL, S (AMER CHEMICAL SOC, 2016)
      A cost-effective equation of motion coupled cluster method, EOMIP-CCSD(2), is used to investigate vertical and adiabatic ionization potential as well as ionization-induced structural changes of water clusters and compared ...
    • Electron diffraction study of pulsed laser deposited thin films using a YIG target 

      KUMAR, N; MISRA, DS; PRASAD, S; SAMAJDAR, I; VENKATARAMANI, N; KRISHNAN, R (AMER CERAMIC SOC, 2005)
      Thin films, pulsed laser deposited (PLD) on Si (100) substrates, from yttrium iron garnet (YIG) target were studied using electron diffraction and X-ray diffraction (XRD). The films were deposited at various deposition ...
    • Electron field emission from carbon films grown from pyrolysis of kerosene 

      KUMAR, M; SHARON, M; ANDO, Y; ZHAO, XL (ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA, 2001)
      Kerosene - the cheapest petroleum product, has now been found to produce amorphous carbon having the property of electron field emission at a pressure 1 Torr. The process of synthesis involves simple pyrolysis of kerosene ...
    • An electron in a finite-dipole potential 

      PATIL, SH (AMER INST PHYSICS, 2004)
      Some structural properties of the energy eigenfunctions of an electron in a finite-dipole field are analyzed, in particular the asymptotic behavior when the electron is far away, and the coalescence and cusp properties ...
    • ELECTRON MICRO-FRACTOGRAPHY OF FATIGUE FRACTURE IN ALUMINUM-ALLOYS 

      HARENDRANATH, CS; MALLIK, AK (INDIAN INST METALS, 1982)
    • Electron microscopy of modified aluminum alkoxide microstructures on freeze-drying 

      SRIVASTAVA, A; MENON, AR; BELLARE, JR (ACADEMIC PRESS INC JNL-COMP SUBSCRIPTIONS, 1997)
      Direct imaging of microstructures in chelated aluminum alkoxide systems subjected to freeze-drying and freeze-thaw-drying is reported using cryo-scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and SEM techniques, Aluminum sec-butoxide ...
    • Electron near a helium liquid surface 

      PATIL, SH (AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC, 2001)
      The energies of an electron above a liquid-helium surface are analyzed in terms of an electron-atom polarizability potential with an infinite barrier. An integration over a layer, and a summation over different layers, ...
    • Electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis study of corrosion films formed on manganese stainless steels 

      RAJA, VS; DEVASENAPATHI, A; VELUCHAMY, P; MINOURA, H (NATL ASSN CORROSION ENG, 1999)
      Films formed on two grades of Mn stainless steels in 1 M hydrochloric acid (HCl) freely exposed to air at different potentials were examined using electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis (ESCA). The Or content of the ...
    • Electron spin resonance and thermoluminescence studies in CaSO4: Dy,Ag phosphor 

      DHABEKAR, B; MENON, S; KUMAR, R; RAO, TKG; BHATT, BC; LAKSHMANAN, AR (IOP PUBLISHING LTD, 2005)
      The defect centres formed in the thermoluminescence (TL) phosphor CaSO4: Dy,Ag are studied using the technique of electron spin resonance (ESR). The Ag co-doped phosphor exhibits three glow peaks around 130 degrees C, 220 ...