Physics

Editor Papa Research July 12, 2019

In this study, we revisit the concept of classical capacitor theory-and derive a possible new explanation of the definition charge stored in a capacitor. We introduce a ‘capacity function’ with respect to time to describe the charge storage in a classical capacitor and for a fractional capacitor. The observation regarding capacitor breakdown is very interesting. […]

Editor Papa Research July 12, 2019

The study presents the results of experimental data showing seasonal variability of rainfall intensities at two locations in Nigeria. The increasing development in satellite technology has brought about several novel mobile satellite services and applications. Consequently, there is a pressing demand for seamless data transfer and accessibility to satellite-earth microwave links in SHF/EHF frequency bands. […]

Editor Papa Research July 12, 2019

Polycarbonate (PC) is the most widely used aromatic polymer in various industrial applications. It is a condensation polymer in which benzene rings plus quaternary carbon atoms form bulky stiff molecules that promote rigidity and strength. The bulky chains crystallize with great difficulty, so the polymer is normally amorphous with excellent characteristics such as optical clarity, […]

Editor Papa Research July 12, 2019

Corrosion  phenomena,  control  and  prevention  are  unavoidable  scientific  issues  that  should  be addressed due to increase of technological development. Aluminium (Al) is one of the most abundant elements found in the earth’s crust. The applications site of Almakes it to yield corrosion attack despite its corrosion resistance. The aim of alloying is to enhance the […]

Editor Papa Research July 12, 2019

Pebble morphometry of unbroken quartz pebbles collected from the basal section of Awi Formation exposed around Ewen area, southeastern Nigeria was studied for paleoenvironmental reconstruction. Paleoenvironmental analysis refers to the study or use of ancient geological materials (rocks) to infer the depositional environment or setting within which they were deposited. Pebble morphometric analysis has aided […]

Editor Papa Research July 12, 2019

Results of numerical modeling of the behavior of the F-layer ionospheric plasma during the periods of action of powerful high frequency radio waves, utilized for artificial heating experiments and pumped into the ionosphere by ground-based ionospheric heaters, are presented and discussed. For obtaining the presented simulation results, two distinct mathematical models were applied. The first […]

Editor Papa Research July 12, 2019

In the present paper, by using the quantum stochastic hydrodynamic analogy (SQHA), the transition between gas, liquid and solid phases, made of structureless particles, have been analyzed. The interest for the quantum hydrodynamic analogy (QHA) has been recently growing by its strict relation with the Schrödinger mechanics. The SQHA shows that the quantum behaviour is […]

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