Posted: Apr 20, 2018 12:34 pm
by Yaniv
newolder wrote:
Yaniv wrote:
newolder wrote:Yaniv, The proton bunches in the LHC are at temperatures around 1 billion Kelvin degrees.

W reduction at increasing T disproves this statement.

Other way around. The data disproves "W reduction at increasing T".
Within a couple of orders of magnitude of the transverse temperature, slightly smaller than the transverse temperature at the IP where there's greater transverse pressure but slightly larger elsewhere. – Peter Morgan Feb 20 '15 at 16:08

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newolder wrote:so how is it that those protons do not rise to the top of the vacuum tube?

Held by strong magnetic fields.

see LucidFlight above. :roll: The calculations of the required strength of the magnetic fields has 0 relation to your wibble.

Is T a measure of particle velocity ?