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Electric Dipole Ver. 2 simulation lets you vary distance between two charges in any direction and distance from the charges while interacting with the model figure itself. In Horizontal and Opposite modes, selected from the GUI only positive charge, RED disk, can be dragged. In the independent mode RED and GREEN disks representing +ve and -ve charges can be dragged independently. The blue thick line is dragged vertically.
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To run the simulation get zipped Dipole2.zip
” …….. Physicists from the ALICE detector team have been colliding lead nuclei together at CERN‘s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in an attempt to recreate the conditions in the first few microseconds after the Big Bang. Early results have shown that the quark-gluon plasma created at these energies does not form a gas as predicted, but instead suggest that the very early universe behaved like a hot liquid. …… “
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Rectifier with RC Filter, classwork corrected. Click below for the
zipped MATLAB program. It includes .m and .fig files
Geneva, 8 November 2010. Four days is all it took for the LHC operations team at CERN1 to complete the transition from protons to lead ions in the LHC. After extracting the final proton beam of 2010 on 4 November, commissioning the lead-ion beam was underway by early afternoon. First collisions were recorded at 00:30 CET on 7 November, and stable running conditions marked the start of physics with heavy ions at 11:20 CET today.
“The speed of the transition to lead ions is a sign of the maturity of the LHC,” said CERN Director General Rolf Heuer. “The machine is running like clockwork after just a few months of routine operation.” ……………………. For detail Click below
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