BHAUMIK, S GAITONDE, DV UNNIKRISHNAN, S SINHA, A SHEN, H

The stability properties of basic states are often elucidated by examining the evolution of small disturbances. Such studies have recently been successfully applied to mean turbulent states, obtained through averaging of experimental measurements or Large-Eddy Simulations (LES), for both wall-bounded as well as free shear flows. Typically, the equa...

TOMAR, V BOSE, M

Collision of particles either between themselves or with the wall, are typically characterized by normal and tangential coefficients of restitution, which depend on material and surface properties of the colliding objects. An accurate estimate of coefficients of restitution is of importance as it is one of input parameters in the discrete element s...

TOMAR, V BOSE, M

Collision of particles either between themselves or with the wall, are typically characterized by normal and tangential coefficients of restitution, which depend on material and surface properties of the colliding objects. An accurate estimate of coefficients of restitution is of importance as it is one of input parameters in the discrete element s...

ACHARYA, S ACOSTA, FT ADAMOVA, D ADOLFSSON, J AGGARWAL, MM RINELLA, GA AGNELLO, M AGRAWAL, N AHAMMED, Z AHN, SU
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Measurements of anisotropic flow coefficients with two-and multi-particle cumulants for inclusive charged particles in Pb{Pb collisions at root s(NN) = 5 : 02 and 2.76TeV are reported in the pseudorapidity range vertical bar eta vertical bar

GARG, I MOHANTY, S

We show that MSSM with three right-handed neutrinos (RHNs) incorporating a renormalizable Type-I seesaw superpotential and no-scale SUGRA Kahler potential can lead to a Starobinsky kind of inflation potential along a flat direction associated with gauge invariant combination of Higgs, slepton and right-handed sneutrino superfields. The inflation co...

MISRA, A VOJINOVIC, Z RAMAKRISHNAN, B LUIJENDIJK, A RANASINGHE, R

Satellite imagery along with image processing techniques prove to be efficient tools for bathymetry retrieval as they provide time and cost-effective alternatives to traditional methods of water depth estimation. In this article, a nonlinear machine learning technique of Support Vector Machine (SVM) is used to derive shallow water bathymetry data a...

PAL, S

A tuple of commuting operators for which the closed symmetrized polydisc is a spectral set is called a -contraction. We show that every -contraction admits a decomposition into a -unitary and a completely non-unitary -contraction. This decomposition is an analogue to the canonical decomposition of a contraction into a unitary and a completely non-u...

BADAL, PS DAS, A

Rank aggregation problem is useful to practitioners in political science, computer science, social science, medical science, and allied fields. The objective is to identify a consensus ranking of n objects that best fits independent rankings given by k different judges. Under the Kemeny framework, a distance metric called Kemeny distance is minimiz...

BHAUMIK, S GAITONDE, DV UNNIKRISHNAN, S SINHA, A SHEN, H

The stability properties of basic states are often elucidated by examining the evolution of small disturbances. Such studies have recently been successfully applied to mean turbulent states, obtained through averaging of experimental measurements or Large-Eddy Simulations (LES), for both wall-bounded as well as free shear flows. Typically, the equa...

DHARA, S MIRONOV, A MOROZOV, A MOROZOV, A RAMADEVI, P SINGH, VK SLEPTSOV, A

Computing polynomial form of the colored HOMFLY-PT for nonarborescent knots obtained from three or more strand braids is still an open problem. One of the efficient methods suggested for the three-strand braids relies on the eigenvalue hypothesis which uses the Yang-Baxter equation to express the answer through the eigenvalues of the R matrix. In t...