## Annealing impact on emission and phase varying of Nd-doped Si-rich-HfO2 films prepared by RF magnetron sputtering

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In modelling of chemical, physical or biological systems it may occur that the coefficients, multiplying various terms in the equation of interest, differ greatly in magnitude, if a particular system of units is used. Such is, for instance, the case of the Population Balance Equations (PBE) proposed to model the Latex Particles Morphology formation...

Predictions of physical phenomena in buildings are carried out by using physical models formulated as a mathematical problem and solved by means of numerical methods, aiming at evaluating, for instance, the building thermal or hygrothermal performance by calculating distributions and fluxes of heat and moisture transfer. Therefore, the choice of th...

In the present article we consider the problem of wave interaction with a partially immersed, but floating body. We assume that the motion of the body is prescribed. The general mathematical formulation for this problem is presented in the framework of a hierarchy of mathematical models. Namely, in this first part we formulate the problem at every ...

This article describes the Nuclide++ module developed at LNE-LNHB to simulate the decay schemes related to single or multiple radionuclides, by randomly selecting decay pathways. Written in C++, with respect of the Geant4 coding style, this module can be used transparently in Geant4-based simulation applications as an alternative to the existing Ra...

We extend to strongly correlated molecular systems the recently introduced basis-set incompleteness correction based on density-functional theory (DFT) [E. Giner et al., J. Chem. Phys. 149, 194301 (2018)]. This basis-set correction relies on a mapping between wave-function calculations in a finite basis set and range-separated DFT (RSDFT) through t...

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The parallel finite-element solution of large-scale time-harmonic wave problems is addressed with a non-overlapping optimized Schwarz domain decomposition method (DDM). It is well-known that the efficiency of this kind of method strongly depends on the transmission condition enforced on the interfaces between the subdomains. Local conditions based ...

Dispersive effects during long wave run-up on a plane beach are studied. We take an advantage of experimental data collection of different wave types (single pulses, sinusoidal waves, bi-harmonic waves, and frequency modulated wave trains) and simulate their run-up using two models: (i) non-dispersive nonlinear shallow water theory and (ii) dispers...

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