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The Resource A Microscopic Theory of Fission Dynamics Based on the Generator Coordinate Method, by Walid Younes, Daniel Marc Gogny, JeanFrançois Berger, (electronic resource)
A Microscopic Theory of Fission Dynamics Based on the Generator Coordinate Method, by Walid Younes, Daniel Marc Gogny, JeanFrançois Berger, (electronic resource)
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 This book introduces a quantummechanical description of the nuclear fission process from an initial compound state to scission. Issues like the relevant degrees of freedom throughout the process, the way of coupling collective and intrinsic degrees during the fission process, and how a nucleus divides into two separate daughters in a quantummechanical description where its wave function can be nonlocal, are currently being investigated through a variety of theoretical, computational, and experimental techniques. The term “microscopic” in this context refers to an approach that starts from protons, neutrons, and an effective (i.e., inmedium) interaction between them. The form of this interaction is inspired by more fundamental theories of nuclear matter, but still contains parameters that have to be adjusted to data. Thus, this microscopic approach is far from complete, but sufficient progress has been made to warrant taking stock of what has been accomplished so far. The aim is to provide, in a pedagogical and comprehensive manner, one specific approach to the fission problem, originally developed at the CEA BruyèresleChâtel Laboratory in France. Intended as a reference for advanced graduate students and researchers in fission theory as well as for practitioners in the field, it includes illustrative examples throughout the text to make it easier for the reader to understand, implement, and verify the formalism presented
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 XVI, 326 p. 26 illus., 21 illus. in color.
 Contents

 Preface
 Part I: Tools for a Microscopic Theory of the Nucleus
 HartreeFockBogoliubov Theory
 Matrix Elements of the FiniteRange Interaction
 The Generator Coordinate Method
 Part II: Application to LowEnergy Fission
 General Concepts
 Numerical Application to 240Pu Fission
 Summary and Outlook for Future Directions in Fission Theory
 Appendix A
 Appendix B
 Appendix C
 Appendix D
 Appendix E
 Appendix F
 Appendix G
 Isbn
 9783030044244
 Label
 A Microscopic Theory of Fission Dynamics Based on the Generator Coordinate Method
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 A Microscopic Theory of Fission Dynamics Based on the Generator Coordinate Method
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 by Walid Younes, Daniel Marc Gogny, JeanFrançois Berger
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 This book introduces a quantummechanical description of the nuclear fission process from an initial compound state to scission. Issues like the relevant degrees of freedom throughout the process, the way of coupling collective and intrinsic degrees during the fission process, and how a nucleus divides into two separate daughters in a quantummechanical description where its wave function can be nonlocal, are currently being investigated through a variety of theoretical, computational, and experimental techniques. The term “microscopic” in this context refers to an approach that starts from protons, neutrons, and an effective (i.e., inmedium) interaction between them. The form of this interaction is inspired by more fundamental theories of nuclear matter, but still contains parameters that have to be adjusted to data. Thus, this microscopic approach is far from complete, but sufficient progress has been made to warrant taking stock of what has been accomplished so far. The aim is to provide, in a pedagogical and comprehensive manner, one specific approach to the fission problem, originally developed at the CEA BruyèresleChâtel Laboratory in France. Intended as a reference for advanced graduate students and researchers in fission theory as well as for practitioners in the field, it includes illustrative examples throughout the text to make it easier for the reader to understand, implement, and verify the formalism presented
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 Lecture Notes in Physics,
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 950
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 Mathematical physics
 Quantum theory
 Particle and Nuclear Physics
 Nuclear Energy
 Mathematical Methods in Physics
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 Preface  Part I: Tools for a Microscopic Theory of the Nucleus  HartreeFockBogoliubov Theory  Matrix Elements of the FiniteRange Interaction  The Generator Coordinate Method  Part II: Application to LowEnergy Fission  General Concepts  Numerical Application to 240Pu Fission  Summary and Outlook for Future Directions in Fission Theory  Appendix A  Appendix B  Appendix C  Appendix D  Appendix E  Appendix F  Appendix G
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 XVI, 326 p. 26 illus., 21 illus. in color.
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 A Microscopic Theory of Fission Dynamics Based on the Generator Coordinate Method, by Walid Younes, Daniel Marc Gogny, JeanFrançois Berger, (electronic resource)
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 Preface  Part I: Tools for a Microscopic Theory of the Nucleus  HartreeFockBogoliubov Theory  Matrix Elements of the FiniteRange Interaction  The Generator Coordinate Method  Part II: Application to LowEnergy Fission  General Concepts  Numerical Application to 240Pu Fission  Summary and Outlook for Future Directions in Fission Theory  Appendix A  Appendix B  Appendix C  Appendix D  Appendix E  Appendix F  Appendix G
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 XVI, 326 p. 26 illus., 21 illus. in color.
 File format
 multiple file formats
 Form of item
 electronic
 Isbn
 9783030044244
 Level of compression
 uncompressed
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code
 c
 Other control number
 10.1007/9783030044244
 Other physical details
 online resource.
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 remote
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