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Numerical Modeling of Supercritical ‘Out-Salting’ in the “Atlantis II Deep” (Red Sea) Hydrothermal System
(Bentham Open, 2007)
Supercritical water behaves close to that of a non-polar fluid and its ability to dissolve salt ions is very low. In rifting locations world-wide, where hot vents occur, it has been shown that seawater attains supercritical ...
CP Violation in the Two Higgs Doublet Model
(The University of Bergen, 2010-06)
We look into CP violating properties in the two Higgs Doublet Model and search for the possibility that Spontaneous and Explicit CP Violation have no physical difference.
Flow Components and Initial State CM Fluctuations
(Jagiellonian University, 2012)
At the LHC, the strong collective flow is observed in Pb+Pb collisions, as shown by the azimuthal correlations in the transverse-momentum distributions of the produced particles. We calculate flow components in a relativistic ...
Probing two-center interference in H2+ using chirped pulses
(American Physical Society, 2013)
The influence of intermediate resonant dissociative channels in the few-photon ionization dynamics of H+2 is demonstrated in a pump-probe scenario. Two-photon ionization of H+2 by two sequentially applied pump and probe ...
An Experimental Study of the Influence of Major Damage of Flame Gap Surfaces in Flameproof Apparatus on the Ability of the Gaps to Prevent Gas Explosion Transmission
(The University of Bergen, 2010-06-10)
Electrical apparatuses for use in the presence of explosive gas atmospheres have to be specially designed to prevent them from igniting the explosive gas. Flameproof design implies that electrical components producing ...
Optical spectroscopy for tissue diagnostics and treatment control
(The University of Bergen, 2006-06-28)
Biomedical Optics as an interdisciplinary field of science has been developed during many years and is experiencing tremendous growth, to cover a wide range of optical techniques and methods, utilized for medical therapeutic ...
Fluid Flow in Fractured Carbonates: Wettability Effects and Enhanced Oil Recovery
(The University of Bergen, 2010-06-17)
GPS scintillation and irregularities at the front of an ionization tongue in the nightside polar ionosphere
(WileyAmerican Geophysical Union, 2014-10)
In this paper we study a tongue of ionization (TOI) on 31 October 2011 which stretched across the polar cap from the Canadian dayside sector to Svalbard in the nightside ionosphere. The TOI front arrived over Svalbard ...
Waterflood Efficiency and Single-Phase Flow Properties of Carbonate Porous Media
(The University of Bergen, 2009-12-17)
Modeling Directional Interactions in Classical Molecular Dynamics for Geometrical Aspects of Nanostructures
(The University of Bergen, 2009-08-21)