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Potentiality of Secondary Aquifers in Saudi Arabia: Evaluation of Groundwater Quality in Jubaila Limestone  [PDF]
Mohammed Tahir Hussein, Mazin. M. Al Yousif, Hussein S. Awad
International Journal of Geosciences (IJG) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ijg.2012.31009
Abstract: Groundwater scarcity in arid regions may hinder development plans and cause many inconveniences for the population and authorities. Saudi Arabia has limited groundwater resources stored in the sedimentary sequence of the Arabian Shelf. Some of these resources were classified as major aquifers, secondary and minor aquifers, and some were considered as aquicludes. The Jubaila Limestone is one of the secondary aquifers of Saudi Arabia. The main purpose of this paper is to evaluate the groundwater resources of the Jubaila Limestone in Riyadh area, with emphasis on groundwater quality. Groundwater was found to occur in fractures and within solution openings of the Jubaila Limestone at depths which range between 19 and 210 m. The transmissivity value was 1.7 × 10–3 to 7.2 × 10–3 m2/s; the storage coefficient was of 1.3 × 10–4. The electrical conductivity for collected water samples ranged between 831 and 7670 μS/cm. The major ionic relationships were Na > Ca > Mg and SO4Cl > HCO3. The groundwater evolves from NaCl dominated at the southern end of the study area, into Ca, MgSO4 water in the north. The main chemical process responsible of this variation was found to be dissolution of anhydrite and gypsum. The groundwater was not found suitable for drinking purposes but can be used by livestock and for some agricultural purposes.
Absorption-Fluctuation Theorem for Nuclear Reactions: Brink-Axel, Incomplete Fusion and All That
M. S. Hussein
Physics , 2007, DOI: 10.1063/1.2920715
Abstract: We discuss the connection between absorption, averages and fluctuations in nuclear reactions. The fluctuations in the entrance channel result in the compound nucleus, Hauser-Feshbach, cross section, the fluctuations in the intermediate channels, result in modifications of multistep reaction cross sections, while the fluctuations in the final channel result in hybrid cross sections that can be used to describe incomplete fusion reactions. We discuss the latter in details and comment on the validity of the assumptions used in the develpoment of the Surrogate method. We also discuss the theory of multistep reactions with regards to intermediate state fluctuations and the energy dependence and non-locality of the intermediate channels optical potentials.
Theory of Complex Scattering Lengths
M. S. Hussein
Physics , 2000, DOI: 10.1142/S0217984901001562
Abstract: We derive a generalized Low equation for the T-matrix appropriate for complex atom-molecule interaction. The properties of this new equation at very low energies are studied and the complex scattering length and effective range are derived.
Ultra cold neutrons: determination of the electric dipole moment and gravitational corrections via matter wave interferometry
Abdalla, E.;Hussein, M. S.;
Brazilian Journal of Physics , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-97332005000400005
Abstract: we propose experiments using ultra cold neutrons which can be used to determine the electric dipole moment of the neutron itself, a well as to test corrections to gravity as they are foreseen by string theories and kaluza-klein mechanisms.
Ultra cold neutrons: determination of the electric dipole moment and gravitational corrections via matter wave interferometry
E. Abdalla,M. S. Hussein
Physics , 2004,
Abstract: We propose experiments using ultra cold neutrons which can be used to determine the electric dipole moment of the neutron itself, a well as to test corrections to gravity as they are foreseen by string theories and Kaluza-Klein mechanisms.
Exit Doorway Model for Nuclear Breakup of Weakly Bound Projectiles
M. S. Hussein,R. Lichtenthaler
Physics , 2007, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.77.054609
Abstract: We derive closed expressions for the nuclear breakup cross sections in the adiabatic limit using the Austern-Blair theory. These expressions are appropriate for the breakup of weakly bound nuclei. The concept of an exit doorway that mediates the coupling between the entrance channel and the breakup continuum is used. We prove the validity of the scaling law that dictates that the nuclear breakup cross section scales linearly with the radius of the target. We also compare our results for the nuclear breakup cross section of $^{11}$Be, $^8$B on several targets with recent CDCC calculation.
Interference effects in the Coulomb dissociation of 15,17,19C
T. Tarutina,M. S. Hussein
Physics , 2004, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.70.034603
Abstract: In this work the semiclassical model of pure Coulomb excitation was applied to the breakup of 15,17,19C. The ground state wave functions were calculated in the particle-rotor model including core excitation. The importance of interference terms in the dipole strength arising after including core degrees of freedom is analyzed for each isotope. It is shown that Coulomb interference effects are important for the case of 17C.
Toward a microscopic description of reactions involving exotic nuclei
P. Descouvemont,M. S. Hussein
Physics , 2013, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.111.082701
Abstract: We propose an extension of the Continuum Discretized Coupled Channels (CDCC) method, where the projectile is described by a microscopic cluster model. This microscopic generalization (MCDCC) only relies on nucleon-target interactions, and therefore presents an important predictive power. Core excitations can be included without any further parameter. As an example we investigate the $\lipb$ elastic scattering at $E_{lab}=27$ and 35 MeV. The $^7$Li nucleus is known to present an $\alpha+t$ cluster structure, and is well described by the Resonating Group Method. An excellent agreement is obtained for the $\lipb$ elastic cross sections, provided that breakup channels are properly included. We also present an application to inelastic scattering, and discuss future applications of the MCDCC.
Canonical quantum potential scattering theory
M. S. Hussein,W. Li,S. Wuester
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1088/1751-8113/41/47/475207
Abstract: A new formulation of potential scattering in quantum mechanics is developed using a close structural analogy between partial waves and the classical dynamics of many non-interacting fields. Using a canonical formalism we find non-linear first-order differential equations for the low energy scattering parameters like scattering length and effective range. They significantly simplify typical calculations, as we illustrate for atom-atom and neutron-nucleus scattering systems. A generalization to charged particle scattering is also possible.
Semi-classical scattering in two dimensions
S. K. Adhikari,M. S. Hussein
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1119/1.2970054
Abstract: The semi-classical limit of quantum-mechanical scattering in two dimensions (2D) is developed. We derive the Wentzel-Kramers-Brillouin and Eikonal results for 2D scattering. No backward or forward glory scattering is present in 2D. Other phenomena, such as rainbow or orbiting do show up.
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