By M. Vallières, H. Wu (auth.), Prof. K. Langanke, Prof. Joachim A. Maruhn, Prof. S. E. Koonin (eds.)

A number of ordinary difficulties in theoretical nuclear-structure physics is addressed by means of the well-documented desktop codes provided during this publication. every one of these codes have been to be had prior to now purely via own touch. the subject material levels from microscopic versions (the shell, Skyrme-Hartree-Fock, and cranked Nilsson types) via collective excitations (RPA, IBA, and geometric version) to the relativistic impulse approximation, three-body calculations, variational Monte Carlo equipment, and electron scattering. The five 1/4'' high-density floppy disk that incorporates the ebook comprises the FORTRAN codes of the issues which are tackled in all the ten chapters. within the textual content, the perfect theoretical foundations and motivations of every version or technique are mentioned including the numerical tools hired. directions for using each one code, and the way to conform them to neighborhood compilers and/or working platforms if beneficial, are included.

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Following the namelist block inp, put a text line 21 The Nuclear Shell Model 1m from to followed by any number of transition-identifier lines. n where J stands for the angular momentum and n for the occurrence ordering. 3 means the third J = 2 state. 2 2 requests FDTR to compute the BE(2) transition from the first 2+ state to the second 2+ state. In the case that from = to, the moment of that state will be calculated. The following is an example of a file FDTR. 1 to The output is a text file named FDTR.

47) Note that the nucleon structure is taken into account only approximately because we fold with the free form factors of the nucleons thus neglecting medium distortion and off-shell effects of the nucleon. The charge density is obtained from the charge form factor by the inverse Fourier-Bessel transform pc(r) = 2~2 J dkk 2 jo(kr)Fc(k) . 48) Other information can be drawn directly from the form factor, as we will see in the next subsection. 18). 493/k~1) where Fc(k~l)) =0. 49) It parametrizes the overall diffraction pattern, which resembles that of a box with radius R.

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