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Online Event Reconstruction of Data Taken by the High Resolution Fly's Eye Cosmic Ray Detector
The High Resolution Fly's Eye Detector (HiRes) has been observing high-energy (10 17 eV and greater) cosmic rays since the summer of 1997. Cosmic rays are made up predominately of positively charged particles that, when ...
Tunneling Magneto Resistive Sensors, their Construction and Potential Applications
The long-term goal of our research is aimed at the development of a sensor capable of detecting cracks in the structures of aerospace vehicles. Particular points of interest are airframes and' wing structures where plates ...
An Introduction of Optical Trapping and the Construction of a Dual Beam Optical Tweezers
Optical tweezers give us an unprecedented ability to manipulate objects on the microscopic scale. This ability allows us to study and quantify the mechanics of microscopic objects such as blood cells, DNA, proteins, ...
Exploration of Single and Double Ionization of Two-electron Model Atoms Exposed to Intense Laser Fields
This past summer, I computer modeled single and double ionization of two-electron model atoms exposed to strong laser fields. I simulated the formation of double-ionization jets that are formed when the two electrons emerge ...
Practical Experience in the Expansion of a Physical Plant in the Poultry Industry Following European Community Guidelines Guldfageln AB Morbylanga, Sweden
Sweden is a small democratic country approximately the size of California. With only eight million inhabitants people have the luxury of spreading out over the beautiful landscape. Due to the space afforded each individual ...