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Collapse of One-Dimensional Cavities in Compressible Liquids
(The Physics of Fluids, 1972-10)
The collapse of a one-dimensional cavity in a compressible, inviscid liquid is treated exactly. Results of numerical computations for some specific examples are presented.
On the Classical Theory of the Electron
(Il Nuovo Cimento, 1978-07)
A classical theory of the electron, proposed by one of us several years ago and based on finite-difference equations, is discussed by considering the three possible following cases: radiating electron, absorbing electron ...