Piero Rapagnani


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Piero

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Rapagnani

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2018-12 Prospects for observing and localizing gravitational-wave transients with Advanced LIGO, Advanced Virgo and KAGRA in LIVING REVIEWS IN RELATIVITY
  • 2017-11 Casimir energy for two and three superconducting coupled cavities: Numerical calculations in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL PLUS
  • 2016-12 Prospects for Observing and Localizing Gravitational-Wave Transients with Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo in LIVING REVIEWS IN RELATIVITY
  • 2014-05 Concepts and research for future detectors in GENERAL RELATIVITY AND GRAVITATION
  • 2014 An Introduction to the Virgo Suspension System in ADVANCED INTERFEROMETERS AND THE SEARCH FOR GRAVITATIONAL WAVES
  • 2009-08 An upper limit on the stochastic gravitational-wave background of cosmological origin in NATURE
  • 1998-10 Experimental study of the dynamic Newtonian field with a cryogenic gravitational wave antenna in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C
  • 1998 Experimental study of the dynamic Newtonian field with a cryogenic gravitational wave antenna in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C
  • 1997-01 Experimental study of a Back Action Evading device for continuos measurements on a macroscopic harmonic oscillator at the quantum limit level in APPLIED PHYSICS B
  • 1996-05 The ultracryogenic gravitational wave detector NAUTILUS in CZECHOSLOVAK JOURNAL OF PHYSICS
  • 1991-11 Correlation between the Maryland and Rome gravitational-wave detectors and the Mont Blanc, Kamioka and IMB particle detectors during SN 1987 A in IL NUOVO CIMENTO B (1971-1996)
  • 1991-03 Coincidences among the data recorded by the baksan, kamioka and mont blanc underground neutrino detectors, and by the Maryland and Rome gravitational-wave detectors during Supernova 1987 A in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1991-03 Evaluation and preliminary measurement of the interaction of a dynamical gravitational near field with a cryogenic gravitational wave antenna in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK C PARTICLES AND FIELDS
  • 1989-01 Analysis of the data recorded by the Mont Blanc neutrino detector and by the Maryland and Rome gravitational-wave detectors during SN1987A in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1986-07 Preliminary results on the operation of a 2270 kg cryogenic gravitational-wave antenna with a resonant capacitive transducer and a d.c. SQUID amplifier in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1986-01 Data analysis for a gravitational wave antenna with resonant capacitive transducer in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1984-05 Initial operation at liquid-helium temperature of theM=2270 kg Al 5056 gravitational-wave antenna of the Rome group in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1984-01 Lagrangian formalism for resonant capacitive transducers for gravitational-wave antennas in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1982-07 Development and test atT=4.2K of a capacitive resonant transducer for cryogenic gravitational-wave antennas in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1981-07 Mechanical-transfer function and Brownian-noise measurements atT=4.2 K of a small (M=20.3 kg) gravitational-wave antenna using double “four-point” mechanical suspensions in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1981-05 Background of gravitational-wave antennas of possible terrestrial origin—I in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
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