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Presentation. Per Henrik Hogstad. - Mathematics - Statistics - Physics (Main subject: Theoretical Nuclear Physics) - Computer Science - Programming / Objectorienting - Algorithms and Datastructures - Databases - Digital Image Processing - Supervisor Master Thesis

By Leo
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From Rutherford to Colliders: the Riveting Story of Accelerators

From Rutherford to Colliders: the Riveting Story of Accelerators

From Rutherford to Colliders: the Riveting Story of Accelerators. Prof. Vittorio Giorgio VACCARO. AT THAT TIME…. ( around 1910).

By meryl
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MatRIC

MatRIC

MatRIC. Hjertelig takk for invitasjon til Høgskolen i Gjøvik. Presentation. Per Henrik Hogstad. - Mathematics - Statistics - Physics (Main subject: Theoretical Nuclear Physics) - Computer Science - Programming / Objectorienting - Algorithms and Datastructures - Databases

By bertille
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Testing the quadrature hybrids and making calculations for the inductor and fast phase shifter

Testing the quadrature hybrids and making calculations for the inductor and fast phase shifter

Testing the quadrature hybrids and making calculations for the inductor and fast phase shifter. Adenrele Fapohunda Supervisors: David Wildman Robyn Madrak 08/07/07. Vector Modulator

By clara
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Software Reliability

Software Reliability

Software Reliability. 20 February 2008. Simplified Model of a Computer. processor. retrieves the instruction directs data movement. Performs the operations. Arithmetic Logic Unit. Control Unit. instructions. data. the information that it works on. defines an algorithm. MEMORY.

By kitty
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Indigenous Development of Medical Linear Accelerators

Indigenous Development of Medical Linear Accelerators

Indigenous Development of Medical Linear Accelerators. Amol Bhagwat , Medical Electronics Division, SAMEER, Hill Side, IIT Campus, Powai, Mumbai 400 076. Vision Statement. To design & develop, quality medical linac machines and facilitate continual support to user.

By kanoa
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CS 326 A: Motion Planning

CS 326 A: Motion Planning

CS 326 A: Motion Planning. http://robotics.stanford.edu/~latombe/cs326/2002 Radiosurgical Planning. Radiosurgery. Minimally invasive procedure that uses an intense, focused beam of radiation as an ablative surgical instrument to destroy tumors. Tumor = bad. Critical structures

By vine
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F ixed F ield A lternating G radient Synchrotrons A new type of particle accelerator - with a wide variety of applica

F ixed F ield A lternating G radient Synchrotrons A new type of particle accelerator - with a wide variety of applica

F ixed F ield A lternating G radient Synchrotrons A new type of particle accelerator - with a wide variety of applications Potential Applications and UK Activities. A wide variety of possible applications.  they have the possibility of both large average and large peak beam currents

By lena
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Particle Accelerators and Detectors

Particle Accelerators and Detectors

Particle Accelerators and Detectors. World ’ s Largest ‘ Microscopes ’. Contents. What is a Particle Accelerator? An Early Accelerator Modern Linear and Circular Accelerators Particle Detectors Examples of Accelerators and Detectors Accelerators and Detectors as Giant Microscopes.

By Mercy
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Tyler Bradshaw – Spring 2009

Tyler Bradshaw – Spring 2009

Radiation and the Body. Tyler Bradshaw – Spring 2009. What is radiation?. There are three types of radiation: -Alpha ( α ) particles -Beta ( β ) particles -Gamma ( γ ) rays. Alpha ( α ) Particle. -An α -particle is a high speed helium nucleus. -2 protons and 2 neutrons. +. +.

By paul
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Cosmic rays and particle generation

Cosmic rays and particle generation

Cosmic rays and particle generation. Cosmic rays consist of high energy protons and nuclei emitted from stars including the Sun. The protons strike gas atoms in the upper atmosphere and produce new short lived particles and antiparticles.

By muhammed
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CRITICAL FACILITIES ROUNDTABLE QUARTERLY MEMBERSHIP MEETING

CRITICAL FACILITIES ROUNDTABLE QUARTERLY MEMBERSHIP MEETING

CRITICAL FACILITIES ROUNDTABLE QUARTERLY MEMBERSHIP MEETING. STANFORD RESEARCH COMPUTING FACILITY State of the Art High Performance Computing POWER SPACE & COOLING SEPTEMBER 20. 2013.

By mareo
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Introducing European XFEL Enlightening Science

Introducing European XFEL Enlightening Science

Introducing European XFEL Enlightening Science. 13. November 2013 Kitty Fritz-Nielen. The European XFEL. A new lightsource of superlatives to explore the nanoworld with ultrashort X-ray flashes of unique properties and brilliance

By robert
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How safe is safe enough? (and how do we demonstrate that?)

How safe is safe enough? (and how do we demonstrate that?)

How safe is safe enough? (and how do we demonstrate that?). Dr David Pumfrey High Integrity Systems Engineering Group Department of Computer Science University of York. Why System Safety ?. Why do we strive to make systems safe? Self interest

By ellis
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QUANTA TO QUARKS DOT POINT 4.4

QUANTA TO QUARKS DOT POINT 4.4

QUANTA TO QUARKS DOT POINT 4.4. Identity ways by which physicists continue to develop their understanding of matter, using accelerators as a probe to investigate the structure of matter. . Andrew, Ray, Jasmine . Particle accelerators .

By nowles
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By Brett Pontry

By Brett Pontry

The History of Nuclear Energy. By Brett Pontry. 1895-1899. 1895 Wilhelm Roentgen, a German physicist, discovered X-rays.   1899 Ernest Rutherford (Canada) discovered two kinds of rays emitting from radium. He called the first rays, alpha rays; and the more penetrating rays, beta rays. .

By scout
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Slackers Radiation Oncology Fact Stack

Slackers Radiation Oncology Fact Stack

Slackers Radiation Oncology Fact Stack. Mike Ori. Disclaimer. These represent my understanding of the subject and have not been vetted or reviewed by faculty. Use at your own peril. I can’t type so below are common missing letters you may need to supply e r l

By keahi
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Clinical Neutron Therapy Center

Clinical Neutron Therapy Center

Clinical Neutron Therapy Center. Donna Kubik Spring, 2005. CNTS. With special thanks to Ruedi Risler and Steve Daley for technical guidance and friendship!. CNTS.

By alder
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STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM REVIEW

STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM REVIEW

STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM REVIEW. NUCLEUS CONTAINS. PROTONS AND NEUTRONS. ATOMIC NUMBER (Z) =. # of PROTONS. MASS NUMBER (A) =. PROTONS + NEUTRONS. ISOTOPES ARE. SAME ELEMENT WITH DIFFERENT 
NUMBER OF NEUTRONS. ISOTOPE SYMBOL and ISOTOPE NAME. Element Name. Mass Number. Atomic Number.

By faith
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Chapter 30 The Nucleus

Chapter 30 The Nucleus

Chapter 30 The Nucleus. Objectives. 30.1 Determine the number of neutrons and protons in nuclides 30.1 Describe three forms of radioactive decay and solve nuclear equations

By keagan
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