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On the definition of cylindrical symmetry
 Class. Quantum Grav
, 1999
"... The standard definition of cylindrical symmetry in General Relativity is reviewed. Taking the view that axial symmetry is an essential prerequisite for cylindrical symmetry, it is argued that the requirement of orthogonal transitivity of the isometry group should be dropped, this leading to a new, ..."
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The standard definition of cylindrical symmetry in General Relativity is reviewed. Taking the view that axial symmetry is an essential prerequisite for cylindrical symmetry, it is argued that the requirement of orthogonal transitivity of the isometry group should be dropped, this leading to a new
Quantum Solitons with Cylindrical Symmetry
, 1993
"... Soliton solutions with cylindrical symmetry are investigated within the nonlinear σmodel disregarding the Skyrmestabilization term. The solitons are stabilized by quantization of collective breathing mode and collapse in the ¯h → 0 limit. It is shown that for such stabilization mechanism the model ..."
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Soliton solutions with cylindrical symmetry are investigated within the nonlinear σmodel disregarding the Skyrmestabilization term. The solitons are stabilized by quantization of collective breathing mode and collapse in the ¯h → 0 limit. It is shown that for such stabilization mechanism
cylindricalsymmetry Heisenberg
, 906
"... Effect of indirect dependencies on ”Maximum likelihood blind separation of two quantum states (qubits) with ..."
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Effect of indirect dependencies on ”Maximum likelihood blind separation of two quantum states (qubits) with
The Dirac–Maxwell equations with cylindrical symmetry
 J. Math. Phys
, 1997
"... A reduction of the DiracMaxwell equations in the case of static cylindrical symmetry is performed. The behaviour of the resulting system of o.d.e.s is examined analytically and numerical solutions presented. There are two classes of solutions. • The first type of solution is a Dirac field surroundi ..."
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A reduction of the DiracMaxwell equations in the case of static cylindrical symmetry is performed. The behaviour of the resulting system of o.d.e.s is examined analytically and numerical solutions presented. There are two classes of solutions. • The first type of solution is a Dirac field
EQUATIONS OF COMPRESSIBLE ISENTROPIC FLUIDS WITH CYLINDRIC SYMMETRY ∗
"... Abstract. We study the problem of the limit process as the shear viscosity goes to zero for global weak solutions to the NavierStokes equations of compressible isentropic fluids with cylindric symmetry between two circular cylinders. We prove that the limit of the global weak solutions is a weak so ..."
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Abstract. We study the problem of the limit process as the shear viscosity goes to zero for global weak solutions to the NavierStokes equations of compressible isentropic fluids with cylindric symmetry between two circular cylinders. We prove that the limit of the global weak solutions is a weak
ANALYSIS OF MODERN TECHNIQUES FOR MACHINING OF PIECES WITH CYLINDRICAL SYMMETRY
"... Machining pieces with cylindrical symmetry are realized through classic processes for example turning, mortising, etc or recently through no conventional methods, for example vibrorolling and vibrofinishing. Solution adopted by the authors to realize vibrorolling equipment are composed of one electr ..."
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Machining pieces with cylindrical symmetry are realized through classic processes for example turning, mortising, etc or recently through no conventional methods, for example vibrorolling and vibrofinishing. Solution adopted by the authors to realize vibrorolling equipment are composed of one
An Eulerian Finite Volume solver for multimaterial fluid flows with cylindrical symmetry
"... In this paper, we adapt a preexisting 2D cartesian cell centered finite volume solver to treat the compressible 3D Euler equations with cylindrical symmetry. We then extend it to multimaterial flows. Assuming cylindrical symmetry with respect to the z axis (i.e. all the functions do not depend ex ..."
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In this paper, we adapt a preexisting 2D cartesian cell centered finite volume solver to treat the compressible 3D Euler equations with cylindrical symmetry. We then extend it to multimaterial flows. Assuming cylindrical symmetry with respect to the z axis (i.e. all the functions do not depend
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