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Orbital evolution with whitedwarf kicks
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"... Spruit (1998) proposed that white dwarfs can acquire their observed rotation rates from mild kicks generated by asymmetric winds toward the end of their time on the asymptotic giant branch (AGB) (Vassiliadis & Wood 1993). ..."
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Spruit (1998) proposed that white dwarfs can acquire their observed rotation rates from mild kicks generated by asymmetric winds toward the end of their time on the asymptotic giant branch (AGB) (Vassiliadis & Wood 1993).
Sticky orbits in a kickedoscillator model
 DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
, 2005
"... We study a 4fold symmetric kickedoscillator map with sawtooth kick function. For the values of the kick amplitude λ = 2 cos(2πp/q) with rational p/q, the dynamics is known to be pseudochaotic, with no stochastic web of nonzero Lebesgue measure. We show that this system can be represented as a pie ..."
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We study a 4fold symmetric kickedoscillator map with sawtooth kick function. For the values of the kick amplitude λ = 2 cos(2πp/q) with rational p/q, the dynamics is known to be pseudochaotic, with no stochastic web of nonzero Lebesgue measure. We show that this system can be represented as a
DECOHERENCE OF THE KICKED BEAMS II
, 1991
"... The decoherence of betatron oscillations of the kicked beam is calculated analytically in two degrees of freedom by assuming a Gaussian distribution. De coherence due to higher order chromaticity effect is also discussed. III From basic linear beam dynamics, a beam, kicked transversely from its clos ..."
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The decoherence of betatron oscillations of the kicked beam is calculated analytically in two degrees of freedom by assuming a Gaussian distribution. De coherence due to higher order chromaticity effect is also discussed. III From basic linear beam dynamics, a beam, kicked transversely from its
Lattice Diagnostics Using Single Kick Closed Orbit at KEKB
, 1999
"... We have measured beta functions using single kick closed orbit at KEKB. The measured beta functions were compared with the model lattice and gradient errors were extracted from the result in a beta beat. The gradient errors were also obtained by changing strength of steering magnets and measuring be ..."
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We have measured beta functions using single kick closed orbit at KEKB. The measured beta functions were compared with the model lattice and gradient errors were extracted from the result in a beta beat. The gradient errors were also obtained by changing strength of steering magnets and measuring
TWOBUNCH ORBIT CORRECTION USING THE WAKE FIELD KICK
"... In the KEKB injector linac, a twobunch acceleration scheme has been used for doubling the positron injection rate to the KEKB LowEnergyRing (LER). In this operation mode, the multibunch transverse wake field caused by the first bunch affects the beam orbit of the second bunch. In the KEKB linac, ..."
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In the KEKB injector linac, a twobunch acceleration scheme has been used for doubling the positron injection rate to the KEKB LowEnergyRing (LER). In this operation mode, the multibunch transverse wake field caused by the first bunch affects the beam orbit of the second bunch. In the KEKB linac
Anomalous Diffusion in the Kicked Harper System
, 1995
"... Stochastic properties of Hamiltonian dynamical systems exhibit anomalous behaviour owing to intermittent processes between regular orbits and chaotic motion. In particular, the accelerator modes give rise to the anomalous enhancement of the diffusion process. In order to explore the effect of the ac ..."
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Stochastic properties of Hamiltonian dynamical systems exhibit anomalous behaviour owing to intermittent processes between regular orbits and chaotic motion. In particular, the accelerator modes give rise to the anomalous enhancement of the diffusion process. In order to explore the effect
THE BIRTH KICK VELOCITIES OF NEUTRON STARS
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"... Abstract. Six of the eight double neutron stars known in the Galactic disk have low orbital eccentricities (< 0.27) indicating that their secondborn neutron stars received only very small velocity kicks at birth. This is similar to the case of the Bemission Xray binaries, where a sizable fract ..."
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Abstract. Six of the eight double neutron stars known in the Galactic disk have low orbital eccentricities (< 0.27) indicating that their secondborn neutron stars received only very small velocity kicks at birth. This is similar to the case of the Bemission Xray binaries, where a sizable
THE BIRTH KICK VELOCITIES OF NEUTRON STARS
, 704
"... Abstract. Six of the eight double neutron stars known in the Galactic disk have low orbital eccentricities (< 0.27) indicating that their secondborn neutron stars received only very small velocity kicks at birth. This is similar to the case of the Bemission Xray binaries, where a sizable fract ..."
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Abstract. Six of the eight double neutron stars known in the Galactic disk have low orbital eccentricities (< 0.27) indicating that their secondborn neutron stars received only very small velocity kicks at birth. This is similar to the case of the Bemission Xray binaries, where a sizable
Getting a kick out of numerical relativity
 Astrophys. J. Lett
"... ABSTRACT Recent developments in numerical relativity have made it possible to reliably follow the coalescence of two black holes from near the innermost stable circular orbit to final ringdown. This opens up a wide variety of exciting astrophysical applications of these simulations. Chief among the ..."
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numerical calculation of this kick, for two nonspinning black holes in a 1.5 : 1 mass ratio, which is expected on the basis of analytic considerations to give a significant fraction of the maximum possible recoil. We have performed multiple runs with different initial separations, orbital angular momenta
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