Faddeev

Faddeev

 

an island in the Arctic Ocean, in the Anzhu island group of the Novosibirskie Islands. Faddeev Island has an area of 5,300 sq km and a maximum elevation of 65 m. Edged with extensive silty sandbanks, it is composed of sands, aleurolites, and clays, intruded with veins of underground ice. It abounds in thermokarst lakes (cave-in lakes) and small rivers. Moss and lichen vegetation predominates. The island was discovered in 1805 by Ia. Sannikov and named after the industrialist Faddeev, who built the first wintering quarters there. There is trapping for blue fox on the island.

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Vortices with fractional flux in two-gap superconductors and in extended Faddeev model.
Reiner (16) developed a calculation method based on the Faddeev equations for the quantum-mechanical three-body problem, but the difficulties in solving the coupled integral equations could not be overcome, and approximations were required.
Reiner, Application of Faddeev techiques to the quantum theory of the third virial coefficient, Phys.
FADDEEV, Integrable models in (1+1)-dimensional quantum field theory, Les Houches Lecturesr, North-Holland/Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1982, pp.
Ludwig Faddeev of the Steklov Mathematical Institute in St.
Our results point to several experimental and theoretical situations where such structures may be relevant, ranging from defects in liquid crystals and vortices in superfluid helium to the structure-forming role of cosmic strings in the early universe," Niemi and Faddeev say.
Using computers, Faddeev and Niemi found numerical solutions of the equations describing a specific type of field.