P K CHATTOPADHYAY
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 49 Issue 4 October 1997 pp 421-429 Research Articles
Investigation of the boundary value problem corresponding to a generalized Skyrme lagrangian
Rajesh Kumar P K Chattopadhyay
A detailed numerical analysis of the boundary value problem resulting from the most general Skyrme type lagrangian containing up to quartic terms in field gradients is presented. The additional parameters in the lagrangian can be related to pion-pion scattering lengths. It is found that solutions to the boundary value problem does not exist for all values of the parameters and in particular, for the values predicted from pion-pion scattering data. Physical quantities of the nucleon are calculated for the highest possible values of the parameters admitting a solution and are compared with the corresponding values for the Skyrme model and experimental values.
Volume 53 Issue 5 November 1999 pp 911-917 Brief Report
The breaking of O(6) symmetry in ^{118}Xe and ^{120}Xe
Bir Singh Rawat P K Chattopadhyay
The spectra of the isotopes of xenon are analysed from the point of view of O(6) symmetry breaking. It is pointed out that the excitation energies of the states 0_{3}^{+} can be used in detecting breaking of the symmetry. The nature of symmetry breaking in ^{118}Xe and ^{120}Xe is indicated.
Volume 87 Issue 6 December 2016 Article ID 0089 Regular
MANJIT KAUR SAYAK BOSE P K CHATTOPADHYAY J GHOSH Y C SAXENA
A typical device for carrying out sophisticated and complex dusty plasma experiments is designed, fabricated and made operational at the Institute for Plasma Research, India. The device is named as complex plasma experimental device (CPED). The main aim of this multipurpose machine is to study the formation and behaviour of dust vortices in the absence of external magnetic field under the effect of various plasma parameters. Further, the device is equipped with advanced imaging diagnostics for studying many other interesting phenomena such as dust oscillations, three-dimensional crystalline structures, dust rotation, etc. The device is quite flexible to accommodate many innovative experiments. Detailed design of the device, its diagnostics capabilities and theadvanced image analysis techniques are presented in this paper.
Volume 96 All articles Published: 29 June 2022 Article ID 0127 Research Article
Anisotropic compact star in modified Vaidya–Tikekar model admitting new solutions and maximum mass
K B GOSWAMI A SAHA P K CHATTOPADHYAY
In this paper, we try to demonstrate a method to generate new class of exact solutions to the Einstein’s field equations (EFE) by introducing
a new parameter (
Volume 97 All articles Published: 20 December 2022 Article ID 0010 Research Article
Effect of charge on the maximum mass of the anisotropic strange quark star
A SAHA K B GOSWAMI B DAS P K CHATTOPADHYAY
In this article, we have studied the solutions of Einstein–Maxwell field equations for compact objects in the presence of net electric charge. Interior physical 3-space is defined by
Vaidya–Tikekar metric in spheroidal geometry. The metric is characterised by two parameters, namely, spheroidal parameter
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