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Exact-Diagonalization Analysis of Composite Excitations in the t-J Model
Takashi Otaki,Yuta Yahagi,Hiroaki Matsueda
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: We examine spectral properties of doped holes dressed with surrounding spin cloud in the t-J model. These composite-hole excitations well characterize prominent band structures in the angle-resolved photoemission spectrum. In one-dimensional (1D) case at half-filling, we identify the composite operators that separately pick up the spinon and holon branches, respectively. After hole doping, we find that the composite hole excitations with string-like spins tend to be localized at k=\pi/2 in the momentum space. This means that such composite excitations should be actual electronic excitations, since the spinon and holon branches merge together at this momentum. In 2D case, we find that the composite excitations with more non-local spin fluctuation have stronger intensity near the Fermi level. The composite band structure along diagonal (0,0)-(\pi,\pi) direction in 2D has some similarity to that in 1D, and such non-local spin fluctuation plays an important role on the formation of the pseudogap in high-Tc cuprates.
Effects of Nonuniform Outflow and Buoyancy on Drag Coefficient Acting on a Spherical Particle  [PDF]
Mariko Watanabe, Joji Yahagi
Journal of Flow Control, Measurement & Visualization (JFCMV) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jfcmv.2017.54008
Abstract: Pyrolysis gas jets out from the surface of a solid fuel particle when heated. This study experimentally observes the occurrence of gas jetsfrom heated solid fuel particles. Results reveal a local gas jet occurs from the particle’s surface when its temperature reaches the point at which a pyrolysis reaction occurs. To investigate the influence of the gas jet on particle motion, a numerical simulation of the uniform flow around a spherical particle with a nonuniform outflow or high surface temperature is conducted, and the drag force acting on the spherical particle is estimated. In the numerical study, the magnitude of the outflow velocity, direction of outflow, and Rayleigh number,?i.e., particle surface temperature, are altered, and outflow velocities and the Rayleigh number are set based on the experiment. The drag coefficient is found to decrease when an outflow occurs in the direction against the mainstream; this drag coefficient at a higher Rayleigh number is slightly higher than that at a Rayleigh number of zero.
N-Body Code with Adaptive Mesh Refinement
Hideki Yahagi,Yuzuru Yoshii
Physics , 2001, DOI: 10.1086/322457
Abstract: We have developed a simulation code with the techniques which enhance both spatial and time resolution of the PM method for which the spatial resolution is restricted by the spacing of structured mesh. The adaptive mesh refinement (AMR) technique subdivides the cells which satisfy the refinement criterion recursively. The hierarchical meshes are maintained by the special data structure and are modified in accordance with the change of particle distribution. In general, as the resolution of the simulation increases, its time step must be shortened and more computational time is required to complete the simulation. Since the AMR enhances the spatial resolution locally, we reduce the time step locally also, instead of shortening it globally. For this purpose we used a technique of hierarchical time steps (HTS) which changes the time step, from particle to particle, depending on the size of the cell in which particles reside. Some test calculations show that our implementation of AMR and HTS is successful. We have performed cosmological simulation runs based on our code and found that many of halo objects have density profiles which are well fitted to the universal profile proposed by Navarro, Frenk, & White (1996) over the entire range of their radius.
Robust Optimum Design of Thrust Hydrodynamic Bearings for Hard Disk Drives  [PDF]
Hiromu Hashimoto, Yuta Sunami
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/am.2012.330193
Abstract: This paper describes the robust optimum design which combines the geometrical optimization method proposed by Hashimoto and statistical method. Recently, 2.5″ hard disk drives (HDDs) are widely used for mobile devices such as laptops, video cameras and car navigation systems. In mobile applications, high durability towards external vibrations and shocks are essentials to the bearings of HDD spindle motor. In addition, the bearing characteristics are influenced by manufacturing error because of small size of the bearings of HDD. In this paper, the geometrical optimization is carried out to maximize the bearing stiffness using sequential quadratic programming to improve vibration characteristics. Additionally, the bearing stiffness is analyzed considering dimensional tolerance of the bearing using statistical method. The dimensional tolerance is assumed to distribute according to the Gaussian distribution, and then the bearing stiffness is estimated by combining the expectation and standard deviation. As a result, in the robust optimum design, new groove geometry of bearing can be obtained in which the bearing stiffness is four times higher than the stiffness of conventional spiral groove bearing. Moreover, the bearing has lower variability compared with the result of optimum design neglecting dimensional tolerance.
Electricity Generation System with Piezoelectric Element Using Acoustic Radiation Energy  [PDF]
Hiroyuki Moriyama, Yuta Yamamura
Journal of Power and Energy Engineering (JPEE) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jpee.2018.610001
Abstract: In this study, a circular plate that is installing a piezoelectric element at its center is adopted as energy-harvesting system and is subjected to a harmonic point force. Because this system cannot avoid the influence of its acoustic radiation, the influence is considered theoretically using the equation of plate motion taking into account its radiation impedance and is estimated by the electricity generation efficiency, which is derived from the ratio of the electric power in the electricity generation and the mechanical power supplied to the plate. As a result, the efficiency is suppressed by the acoustic radiation from the plate, so that the efficiencies are so different in whether to take into consideration the radiation impedance or not. Because those results are verified by the electricity generation experiment and radiation acoustic energy has a hopeful prospect for improving the performance of this system, mechanical-acoustic coupling is used to make the most of the acoustic energy. Therefore, a cylinder that has the above plates at both ends is also adopted as the electricity generation system and mechanical-acoustic coupling is caused between the plate vibrations and an internal sound field into the cylindrical enclosure by subjecting one side of each plate to a harmonic point force. Then, the effect of coupling is evaluated by comparing with the efficiencies in the electricity generation system of only plate. Specifically, because the radiation impedance increases with the plate thickness, i.e., with the natural frequency of the plate, it is demonstrated that the effect of coupling becomes remarkable with increasing the thickness on the electricity generation efficiency.
Classically conformal B-L extended Standard Model and phenomenology
Orikasa, Yuta
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2013,
Abstract: Bardeen has argued that once the classically conformal invariance and its minimal violation by quantum anomalies are imposed on the SM, it can be free from the quadratic divergences and hence the gauge hierarchy problem. Under the hypothesis, We investigated the minimal B-L extended SM with a flat Higgs potential at the Planck scale. In this model, the B-L symmetry is radiatively broken at TeV scale. We studied phenomenology and detectability of the model at LHC and the ILC.
Critical exponent for the semilinear wave equation with scale invariant damping
Yuta Wakasugi
Mathematics , 2012, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-02550-6
Abstract: In this paper we consider the critical exponent problem for the semilinear damped wave equation with time-dependent coefficients. We treat the scale invariant cases. In this case the asymptotic behavior of the solution is very delicate and the size of coefficient plays an essential role. We shall prove that if the power of the nonlinearity is greater than the Fujita exponent, then there exists a unique global solution with small data, provided that the size of the coefficient is sufficiently large. We shall also prove some blow-up results even in the case that the coefficient is sufficiently small.
On diffusion phenomena for the linear wave equation with space-dependent damping
Yuta Wakasugi
Mathematics , 2013, DOI: 10.1142/S0219891614500246
Abstract: In this paper, we prove the diffusion phenomenon for the linear wave equation with space-dependent damping. We prove that the asymptotic profile of the solution is given by a solution of the corresponding heat equation in the $L^2$-sense.
An extension of the LMO functor
Yuta Nozaki
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: Cheptea, Habiro and Massuyeau constructed the LMO functor, which is defined on a certain category of cobordisms between two surfaces with at most one boundary component. In this paper, we extend the LMO functor to the case of any number of boundary components.
Small data global existence for the semilinear wave equation with space-time dependent damping
Yuta Wakasugi
Mathematics , 2012, DOI: 10.1016/j.jmaa.2012.03.035
Abstract: In this paper we consider the critical exponent problem for the semilinear wave equation with space-time dependent damping. When the damping is effective, it is expected that the critical exponent agrees with that of only space dependent coefficient case. We shall prove that there exists a unique global solution for small data if the power of nonlinearity is larger than the expected exponent. Moreover, we do not assume that the data are compactly supported. However, it is still open whether there exists a blow-up solution if the power of nonlinearity is smaller than the expected exponent.
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