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Investigation of nucleon-induced reactions in the Fermi energy domain within the microscopic DYWAN model

Abstract : A microscopic investigation of nucleon-induced reactions is addressed within the DYWAN model, which is based on the projection methods of out of equilibrium statistical physics and on the mathematical theory of wavelets. Due to a strongly compressed representation of the fermionic wave functions, the numerical simulations of the nucleon transport in target are therefore able to preserve the quantum nature of the colliding system, as well as a least biased many-body information needed to keep track of the cluster formation. A special attention is devoted to the fingerprints of the phase space topology induced by the fluctuations of the self-consistent mean-field. Comparisons between theoretical results and experimental data point out that ETDHF type approaches are well suited to describe reaction mechanisms in the Fermi energy domain. The observed sensitivity to physical effects shows that the nucleon-induced reactions provide a valuable probe of the nuclear interaction in this range of energy.
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F. Sebille, C. Bonilla, V. Blideanu, J.F. Lecolley. Investigation of nucleon-induced reactions in the Fermi energy domain within the microscopic DYWAN model. Nuclear Physics A, Elsevier, 2005, 756, pp.229-246. ⟨10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2005.03.010⟩. ⟨in2p3-00024202⟩

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