T N Rengarajan
Articles written in Proceedings – Section A
Volume 66 Issue 3 September 1967 pp 153-173
An isobar model in which collision between two particles leads to the creation of only two bodies which by subsequent decay give rise to the observed secondaries has been considered. On the basis of such a model, the charge ratios of pions, kaons and
The observed positive excess among pions produced in high energy
The distribution of transverse momentum of pions produced in 24 GeV/c
The mean transverse momentum of protons is around 370 MeV/c. There is a trend for the mean
Unlike the mean
The observed features of transverse momentum of pions and protons are consistent with the secondaries being dominantly the decay products of isobars. Further, they indicate a preference for the isobars to decay in cascade rather than through pion resonances.
Volume 67 Issue 2 February 1968 pp 61-70
The fluxes of low energy (∼100 MeV) and high energy (∼5×1012 eV)
Volume 73 Issue 5 May 1971 pp 257-260
Gamma-ray production by particles escaping from a pulsar into the surrounding nebula is considered. The gamma-ray emission decreases with time and such pulsar-nebula complexes will be observed as transient sources.