## 2008 Vol. 32, No. 8

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**Abstract:**

We present a brief remark and introduction to event generators for tau-charm physics currently used at BESⅢ, including KKMC, BesEvtGen, Bhlumi, Bhwide, Babayaga and inclusive Monte-Carlo event generators. This paper provides basic information on event generators for BESⅢ users.

**Abstract:**

Based on the assumption that D_{s1}(2536) and D_{s2}(2573) belong to T doublet (1^{+},2^{+}), we calculate the semileptonic decays of B_{s} to D_{s1}(2536) and D_{s2}(2573) in terms of the Constituent Quark Meson (CQM) model. For B_{s}→D_{s1}(2536)+lν and B_{s}→D_{s2}(2573)+lν, the order of magnitude of the obtained branching ratios is 10^{－3}. Our numerical results of the semileptonic decays of B_{s} to D_{s1}(2536) and D_{s2}(2573) are large, which implies that two semileptonic decays should be seen

in future experiments.

**Abstract:**

Using Breit-Wigner resonance relation, bounds on the magnetic moment of the

tau-neutrino are calculated through the reaction e^{+}e^{－}→ννγ at the neutral boson pole in the framework of a superstring-inspired E_{6} model which has one extra low-energy neutral gauge boson and a LRSM.

**Abstract:**

We discuss the variation of the fine-structure constant, α. There are obvious discrepancies among the results of α-variation from recent Quasi-stellar observation experiments and from the Oklo uranium mine analysis. We use dS Sitter invariant Special Relativity (SR_{c,R}) and Dirac large number hypothesis to discuss this puzzle, and present a possible solution to the disagreement. By means of the observational data and the discussions presented in this paper, we estimate the radius of the Universe in SR_{c,R} which is about ~2√5×10^{11}l.y.

**Abstract:**

Based on the Weinberg-Salam theory, the pair neutrino energy loss rates for nuclei ^{56}Fe are canvassed for the wide range of density and temperature. The results of ours (Q_{LJ}) are compared with those of Beaudet G, Petrosian V and Salpeter E. E's (Q_{BPS}), and it shows that the pair neutrino energy loss rates of Q_{BPS} are always larger than Q_{LJ} .The Q_{BPS} is 12.57%, 12.86%, 14.99%, 19.80% times higher than Q_{LJ} corresponding to the temperature T_{9}=0.385, 1.0, 5.0, 10, respectively.

**Abstract:**

We present a study for matching charged tracks reconstructed from the ALICE tracking detectors with the clusters measured in the photon spectrometer. Matching efficiency and contaminations due to wrong matches have been deduced for charged pions and muons. For electrons, the effect of the material in front of PHOS is discussed.

**Abstract:**

The Molten Salt Reactor (MSR), one of the `Generation IV' concepts, is a liquid-fuel reactor, which is different from the conventional reactors using solid fissile materials due to the flow effect of fuel salt. The study on its neutronics considering the fuel salt flow, which is the base of the thermal-hydraulic calculation and safety analysis, must be done. In this paper, the theoretical model on neutronics under steady condition for a single-liquid-fueled MSR is conducted and calculated by numerical method. The neutronics model consists of two group neutron diffusion equations for fast and thermal neutron fluxes, and balance equations for six-group delayed neutron precursors considering the flow effect of fuel salt. The spatial discretization of the above models is based on the finite volume method, and the discretization equations are computed by the source iteration method. The distributions of neutron fluxes and the distributions of the delayed neutron precursors in the core are obtained. The numerical calculated results show that, the fuel salt flow has little effect on the distribution of fast and thermal neutron fluxes and the effective multiplication factor; however, it affects the distribution of the delayed neutron precursors significantly, especially the long-lived one. In addition, it could be found that the delayed neutron precursors influence the neutronics slightly under the steady condition.

**Abstract:**

The low-energy S-wave πN and KN scatterings are studied by using the K-matrix approach within the meson exchange framework. The t-channel meson exchanges, especially ρ and σ exchanges, are found to play a very important role in these two processes. The t-channel ρ exchange determines the isospin structure of the scattering amplitudes, it gives attractive force in the low isospin state but repulsive force in the high isospin state. The t-channel σ exchange gives a very large contribution in these two processes, while it is negligible in meson-meson S-wave scatterings.

**Abstract:**

α decay energies of 323 heavy nuclei with Z≥82 are evaluated with a macroscopic-microscopic model. In this model, the macroscopic part is treated by the continuous medium model and the microscopic part consists of shell and pairing corrections based on the Nilsson potential. α decay half-lives are calculated by Viola-Seaborg formula. The results of α decay energies and half-lives are compared with experimental values and satisfactory agreement is found. The recoiling effect of the daughter nucleus on α decay half-life is also discussed.

**Abstract:**

It is demonstrated that with Heinz's collective flow model charged particle distributions at AGS and lower SPS energies (less than 20 GeV/n) , can successfully be analyzed, but that the model fails for the RHIC data. Heinz's model calculation underestimates the tails of the charged particle distributions from RHIC, the discrepancy becoming bigger as the energy increases. To study the multiplicity distributions at RHIC we develop the so-called "Thermalization Component Model'', which is based on Heinz's collective flow model. It is realized that the limitation of phase space of collective flow can be reflected in that of the thermalization region. By comparing the contributions of particle production from the thermalization regions at different energies and different centralities, we can deepen our understanding of the features of collective motion at RHIC.

**Abstract:**

Partially-depleted Silicon-On-Insulator Negative Channel Metal Oxide Semiconductor (SOI NMOS) transistors with different layouts are fabricated on radiation hard Separation by IMplanted OXygen (SIMOX) substrate and tested using 10keV X-ray radiation sources. The radiation performance is characterized by transistor threshold voltage shift and transistor leakage currents as a function of the total dose up to 2.0×10^{6} rad(Si). The results show that the total dose radiation effects on NMOS devices are very sensitive to their layout structures.

**Abstract:**

After the construction of the BESⅢ drift chamber, a long period of cosmic rays test is necessary to verify its performance. This also provides a good opportunity to integrate the detector readout electronics and Detector Control System (DCS) into a unified working system. The goal of the DCS is to guarantee reliable physics data quality and the safe operation of the detector. It monitors and controls the HV, gas, VME crates and the nvironmental variables. The upper-level system is mainly developed from LabVIEW and the lower-level system mainly uses MCU and PLC technology. The system is designed to be highly flexible and scalable so that it can be applied to other detectors with little or no change. In the immediate future, it will be integrated into the entire BESⅢ Slow Control System.

**Abstract:**

In the GDH sum rule measurement in JLab Hall-A, to obtain the cross section of electron scattering on polarized ^{3}He and its asymmetry in different helicity states, the dilution effect from unpolarized nitrogen mixed in the polarized ^{3}He target were calculated at different kinematic settings.

**Abstract:**

A new facility is under construction at the Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, to generate femto-second electron bunches and intense coherent THz radiation pulses. A thermionic RF-gun is used to be the electron source of the linac, which is 1.6 cell, π^{2}, side coupled in design. In the following of this paper, the design, manufacture and beam operation of this gun are presented.

**Abstract:**

Strong chromatic sextupoles used to compensate natural chromaticities in the third generation light source storage ring usually reduce dynamic aperture drastically. Many optimization methods can be used to find solutions that provide large dynamic apertures. This paper discusses a new optimization approach of sextupole strengths with step-by-step procedure, which is applied in the SSRF storage ring, and a better solution is obtained. Investigating driving terms generated by the sextupoles in every step can analyze their convergences and guide the weight setting among different terms in object function of the single resonance approach based on the perturbation theory.

**Abstract:**

When an electron bunch is compressed in a chicane compressor, the CSR (coherent synchrotron radiation) will induce energy redistribution along the bunch. Such energy redistribution will affect the longitudinal emittance as a direct consequence. It will also excite betatron oscillation due to the chromatic transfer functions, and hence a transverse emittance change. So, it is indispensable for us to find a way to alleviate the CSR-caused emittance dilution and the bad result of chicane compressor in PKU-FEL.

**Abstract:**

The design requirement and principle of the deflection magnet for Magnetron and Penning H^{－} ion source are discussed. It is proved that there exists a maximum emittance for the beam that may be transformed by the magnet into a state with equal Twiss parameters of α_{r}=α_{y} and β_{r}=β_{y}, which is the requisite condition to get a minimum emittance at the entrance of RFQ after transporting by a LEBT with solenoids. For this maximum emittance, the corresponding magnetic field gradient index is 1.

**Abstract:**

The photo-absorption cross section of aluminum was obtained from the ratio of transmission of aluminum thin-films with different area densities from 50 to 250eV with synchrotron radiation monochromatic beam. Two samples with different area densities were used to minimize the uncertainty caused by the sample surface oxidation and systematic factors of the X-ray source, beamline, and detector. The experimental results are in good agreement with the published data and FEFF program calculations in general.

**Abstract:**

Based on the facility of the Shanghai Laser Electron Gamma Source (SLEGS), the transmutation for nuclear wastes such as ^{137}Cs and ^{129}I is investigated. It is found that nuclear waste can be transmuted efficiently via photonuclear reaction triggered by gamma photons generated from Compton backscattering between CO_{2} laser photons and 3.5 GeV electrons. The nuclear activities of ^{137}Cs and ^{129}I are evaluated and compared with the results of transmutation triggered by bremsstrahlung gamma photons driven by ultra intense laser. Due to the better character of gamma photon spectrum as well as the high brightness of gamma photons, the transmutation rate of Compton backscattering method is much higher than that of the bremsstrahlung method.

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