B S Madhava Rao
Articles written in Proceedings – Section A
Volume 1 Issue 6 December 1934 pp 363-371
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Volume 13 Issue 1 January 1941 pp 9-24
It is shown that the scattering of neutral mesons
On the basis of the assumption put forward by Bhabha that the heavy particles can exist in states of all integral charge, it is shown that the scattering of charged mesons by the spin of the heavy particles only differs from the scattering of neutral mesons by factors (1−ΔM2
A new formula (36
The scattering of charged mesons on the usual quantum theory shows no correspondence with the classical scattering. The scattering on the basis of Heitler's idea of allowing the heavy particles to exist in higher spin states also shows no correspondence with the classical scattering.
Volume 15 Issue 3 March 1942 pp 139-147
The method of derivation of the commutaion rules for spins 3/2 and 2 sketched above is obviously applicable to the case of general spin although the labour of writing down the rules would be very great as we go to higher and higher spins. It is to be noted that the commutation relations (26) and (34) involve the arbitrary constant
The question of the determination of this arbitrary constant
Volume 22 Issue 6 December 1945 pp 408-422
It is shown in this paper that by choosing suitable forms for 4×4 matrices as products of Dirac matrices and matrices of rank unity (
Volume 26 Issue 4 October 1947 pp 221-233
Volume 28 Issue 5 November 1948 pp 254-257
Volume 29 Issue 6 June 1949 pp 391-393
Volume 43 Issue 2 February 1956 pp 53-66
Problems of the virial associated with a simple wing profile are studied by considering the relative positions of the Hamilton Centre and metacentre. In particular, questions of stability are emphasised. Several theorems are derived relating to the virial parabola, the Hamilton Centre and the axes of the profile. These theorems are specialised to the case of the Joukowski profiles, particularly the symmetric and straight slit cases. The S-form profiles are generalised to the case where the metacentric parabola opens upwards, and the Hamilton Centre is above the metacentre, which are the conditions most favourable for stability.
Volume 47 Issue 3 March 1958 pp 105-115
The role of special relativity, based on the restricted Lorentz group L4 consisting of rotations in space-time, in the earlier development of quantum theory, in the connection between spin and statistics established by Pauli, and in Dirac’s theory of the electron is briefly indicated. The theory of undors is pointed out as an example where, besides invariance under L4, invariance under charge-conjugation and space-time reflections also is satisfied.
The Pauli-Ludërs theorem taking into account the interactions between elementary particles, and the subsequent work of Lee and Yang relating to parity, charge-conjugation and time-reversal are explained, and cited as examples of general representations of the Lorentz group.