Advances in High Energy Physics
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Acceptance rate37%
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Acceptance to publication32 days
CiteScore3.000
Journal Citation Indicator0.360
Impact Factor1.777
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Advances in High Energy Physics publishes the results of theoretical and experimental research on the nature of, and interaction between, energy and matter.

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Chief Editor, Professor Seidel, is a professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of New Mexico. She is a collaborator on the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider, researching high-energy collider physics.

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Relativistic Quantum Motion of an Electron in Spinning Cosmic String Spacetime in the Presence of Uniform Magnetic Field and Aharonov-Bohm Potential

In this manuscript, we study the relativistic quantum mechanics of an electron in external fields in the spinning cosmic string spacetime. We obtain the Dirac equation and write the first- and second-order equations from it, and then, we solve these equations for bound states. We show that there are bound state solutions for the first-order equation Dirac. For the second-order equation, we obtain the corresponding wave functions, which depend on the Kummer functions. Then, we determine the energies of the particle. We examine the behavior of the energies as a function of the physical parameters of the model, such as rotation, curvature, magnetic field, Aharonov-Bohm flux, and quantum numbers. We find that, depending on the values of these parameters, there are energy nonpermissible levels.

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Motion of Charged Spinning Particles in a Unified Field

Using a geometry wider than Riemannian one, the parameterized absolute parallelism (PAP) geometry, we derived a new curve containing two parameters. In the context of the geometrization philosophy, this new curve can be used as a trajectory of charged spinning test particle in any unified field theory constructed in the PAP space. We show that imposing certain conditions on the two parameters, the new curve can be reduced to a geodesic curve giving the motion of a scalar test particle or/and a modified geodesic giving the motion of neutral spinning test particle in a gravitational field. The new method used for derivation, the Bazanski method, shows a new feature in the new curve equation. This feature is that the equation contains the electromagnetic potential term together with the Lorentz term. We show the importance of this feature in physical applications.

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Earth-Skimming Ultrahigh Energy Tau Neutrinos Simulated with Monte Carlo Method and CONEX Code

This paper is aimed at studying the feasibility of building an Earth-skimming cosmic tau neutrinos detector, with the aim of eventually identifying the ideal dimensions of a natural site mountain-valley for the detection of very high energy neutrinos tau range from to , as well as possibly locate one such site in Algeria. First, a Monte Carlo simulation of the neutrino-[mountain] matter interaction as well as the resulting decay of the tau lepton is conducted to determine the optimal dimensions of the mountain as well as the location of the tau decay in the valley. Second, a CORSIKA (COsmic Ray Simulation for KAscade) simulation with the CONEX option is conducted to track the evolution of the almost horizontal air shower initiated by the tau lepton. Many particles are produced, which are part of the shower components: electrons, muons, gammas, pions, etc. The study of the spatial distribution of these particles enables the discovery of the optimal width of the valley, and consequently, the distance at which to lay the detection network.

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Physical Attributes of Bardeen Stellar Structures in Gravity

The main aim of our study is to explore some relativistic configurations of compact object solution in the background of gravity, by adopting the Krori-Barua spacetime. In this regard, we establish the field equations for spherically symmetric spacetime along with charged anisotropic matter source by assuming the specific form of the metric potentials, i.e., and . Further, to calculate the constant values, we consider the Bardeen model as an exterior spacetime at the surface boundary. To ensure the viability of the gravity model, the physical characteristics including energy density, pressure components, energy bonds, equilibrium condition, Herrera cracking concept, mass-radius relation, and adiabatic index are analyzed in detail. It is observed that all the outcomes by graphical exploration and tabular figures show that the Bardeen black hole model describes the physically realistic stellar structures.

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Current-Component Independent Transition Form Factors for Semileptonic and Rare Decays in the Light-Front Quark Model

We investigate the exclusive semileptonic and rare decays within the standard model together with the light-front quark model (LFQM) constrained by the variational principle for the QCD-motivated effective Hamiltonian. The form factors are obtained in the frame and then analytically continue to the physical timelike region. Together with our recent analysis of the current-component independent form factors for the semileptonic decays, we present the current-component independent tensor form factor for the rare decays to make the complete set of hadronic matrix elements regulating the semileptonic and rare decays in our LFQM. The tensor form factor are obtained from two independent sets of the tensor current . As in our recent analysis of , we show that obtained from the two different sets of the current components gives the identical result in the valence region of the frame without involving the explicit zero modes and the instantaneous contributions. The implications of the zero modes and the instantaneous contributions are also discussed in comparison between the manifestly covariant model and the standard LFQM. In our numerical calculations, we obtain the -dependent form factors () for and branching ratios for the semileptonic decays. Our results show in good agreement with the available experimental data as well as other theoretical model predictions.

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Reparameterization Invariant Model of a Supersymmetric System: BRST and Supervariable Approaches

We carry out the Becchi-Rouet-Stora-Tyutin (BRST) quantization of the one -dimensional (1D) model of a free massive spinning relativistic particle (i.e., a supersymmetric system) by exploiting its classical infinitesimal and continuous reparameterization symmetry transformations. We use the modified Bonora-Tonin (BT) supervariable approach (MBTSA) to BRST formalism to obtain the nilpotent (anti-)BRST symmetry transformations of the target space variables and the (anti-)BRST invariant Curci-Ferrari- (CF-) type restriction for the 1D model of our supersymmetric (SUSY) system. The nilpotent (anti-)BRST symmetry transformations for other variables of our model are derived by using the (anti-)chiral supervariable approach (ACSA) to BRST formalism. Within the framework of the latter, we have shown the existence of the CF-type restriction by proving the (i) symmetry invariance of the coupled Lagrangians and (ii) the absolute anticommutativity property of the conserved (anti-)BRST charges. The application of the MBTSA to a physical SUSY system (i.e., a 1D model of a massive spinning particle) is a novel result in our present endeavor. In the application of ACSA, we have considered only the (anti-)chiral super expansions of the supervariables. Hence, the observation of the absolute anticommutativity of the (anti-)BRST charges is a novel result. The CF-type restriction is universal in nature as it turns out to be the same for the SUSY and non-SUSY reparameterization (i.e., 1D diffeomorphism) invariant models of the (non-)relativistic particles.

Advances in High Energy Physics
 Journal metrics
Acceptance rate37%
Submission to final decision49 days
Acceptance to publication32 days
CiteScore3.000
Journal Citation Indicator0.360
Impact Factor1.777
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