universality class

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universality class

[‚yü·nə·vər′sal·əd·ē ‚klas]
(statistical mechanics)
A class of substances which have the same critical exponents according to the universality hypothesis.
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Introduction to the renormalization group method and turbulence modeling.
He has also obtained the solution of the system Starting from 1979, growing attractions on the Darboux-Halphen equations (6 1) come from the observations that various important models of theoretical physics admit reductions to equations (6 1) or its generalizations It appeared in the analysis of SO(3) invariant anti-self-dual Einstein metrics in gravitation theory [16], inconnection with the moduli space of two-monopole problem [5,6], the complex Bianchi IX cosmological models and the reductions of self-dual Yang-Mills fields [12], the WDVV equations of topological field theories [14] and, renormalization group flow of WZW theory [8].
The RNG k-[epsilon]model is derived using a rigorous statistical technique called renormalization group theory.
SM does not include the contribution of gravity and gravitational corrections to both quantum field theory and renormalization group (RG) equations;
The author demonstrates the concept of intermediate asymptotics and the renormalization group as natural attributes of self-similarity, and shows how and when these notions and tools can be used to tackle the task at hand, and when they cannot.
Wilson's renormalization group methodology concerning the critical phenomena of material phase transitions, for which he received the Nobel Prize.
Introduction to renormalization group methods in physics.
5], compared eight modified (k- [epsilon]) models and concluded that the Renormalization Group (RNG) k-[epsilon] model performs best among all the eddyviscosity models tested for mixed convection flow.
This will beachieved by real space dynamical mean field calculations utilizing thenumerical renormalization group as an impurity solver.
j]] in (2) is problematic for closure, the renormalization group k-e twoequation model is used for closure [17].
The 60 papers examine such topics as cold compressed baryonic matter with hidden local symmetry and holography, topological and curvature effects in a multi-fermion interaction model, continuum superpartners from supersymmetric unparticles, new regularization in extra dimensional model and renormalization group flow of the cosmological constant, and critical behaviors of sigma-mode and pion in holographic superconductors.