B B Deo
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 4 Issue 2 February 1975 pp 58-73 Nuclear And Particle Physics
Phenomenology of S and P pion-pion partial wave amplitudes
A scheme of parametrization of
Volume 11 Issue 5 November 1978 pp 559-568 Statistical Physics
Scaling hypothesis, relativistic statistics and critical mass of dwarf stars
Assuming that field theoretic Green’s functions scale, expressions for correlation function, number density, pressure are obtained for a relativistic statistical many-body system. The scaling parameter is related to anomalous dimension and is a measure of interaction. The effect of this interaction on the critical mass of dwarf stars is studied and is not found to be insignificant. A mass radius relation is deduced. The Chandrasekhar limit is reproduced in the limit of non-interaction.
Volume 18 Issue 1 January 1982 pp 39-48 Nuclear And Particle Physics
Phase shift analysis of
A novel approach to energy dependent phase shift analysis of
Volume 18 Issue 1 January 1982 pp 89-98 Liquids
Solution of Ornstein-Zernike equation for one-dimensional fluids
The application of Wiener-Hopf factorisation procedure as adopted by Baxter has been used to solve the one-dimensional Ornstein and Zernike (
Volume 18 Issue 6 June 1982 pp 517-523 Mathematical And Statistical Physics
A method of solution of the ornstein-zernike equation in one and three dimensions
An elegant analytic method is presented to derive a modified form of the Ornstein-Zernike equation which not only solves the statistical mechanical problem for hard rods and spheres but can be used to find solutions for arbitrary non-vanishing direct correlation functions.
Volume 21 Issue 4 October 1983 pp 261-272
Ultrasonic studies in binary liquid mixtures of benzene and coconut oil near the critical region
Velocity and attenuation of ultrasonic waves have been measured in complex binary mixtures of benzene and multicomponent coconut oil near the critical temperature in the low MHz region. The experimental results are analysed in terms of theories developed by Kawasaki and Mistura. The characteristic frequency and amplitude parameter determined by fitting the data in the relations proposed by Kawasaki-Mistura are scaled at reduced temperature and these agree with scaling exponents. A small velocity dispersion is also observed.
Volume 21 Issue 4 October 1983 pp 273-282
Ultrasonic propagation in multicomponent system in the critical region
Ultrasonic propagation in a system consisting of coconut oil and carbon tetrachloride has been considered as a function of temperature near
Volume 22 Issue 5 May 1984 pp 467-476 Liquids
Structure study of simple fluids
The structure function of simple monatomic liquids like neon and argon is studied in an approximation scheme where intermediate function
Volume 23 Issue 1 July 1984 pp 91-97 Nuclear Physics
Phase shift analysis of pion-^{4}He scattering by optimal polynomial expansion
A novel method of phase shift analysis for the scattering of charged pion from^{4}He nuclei is proposed. The nuclear amplitude
Volume 24 Issue 6 June 1985 pp 853-862 Particle Physics
Bosonic loops and gluon condensate
Contributions to the vacuum polarisation in
Volume 25 Issue 6 December 1985 pp 663-671 Particle Physics
An effective potential for heavy quark antiquark bound system
A heavy quark antiquark potential is suggested connecting asymptotic freedom and quark confinement in a unified way. The
Volume 25 Issue 6 December 1985 pp 745-754
Properties of hard disc fluids by Baxter’s method
The radial distribution function and the equation of state for hard disc fluids have been calculated at various densities by solving Ornstein-Zernike equation using Baxter’s method.
Volume 27 Issue 3 September 1986 pp 393-400 Nuclear Physics
S Mohanty J K Mohapatra B B Deo
A relatively stable method of phase shift analysis of hyperon-nucleon scattering proposed by us is applied to Σ^{+}
Volume 28 Issue 6 June 1987 pp 621-632 Particle Physics
Supersymmetric SU_{C}(4) × SU_{L}(2) × SU_{R}(2) and spontaneous breakdown of symmetries
A supersymmetric version of the left right symmetric partial unification group SU_{C}(4) × SU_{L}(2) × SU_{R}(2) is presented. The spontaneous breakdown of gauge symmetry in a favourable chain of descent has been studied in detail. The mass spectra have been calculated. The method of O’Raifeartaigh has been used to break supersymmetry. The lifting of degeneracy of mass levels between physical multiplets has been shown to occur due to radiative corrections.
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