THE HIGHER TAMM–DANCOFF APPROXIMATION: THEORETICAL CONTEXT AND PHENOMENOLOGICAL ASPECTS

Abstract : We present the key aspects of the theoretical foundations of the Higher Tamm–Dancoff Approximation which can be interpreted as a truncated shell-model approach based on a Hartree–Fock solution, ensuring the conservation of the particle number. Then we discuss some phenomenological aspects of the residual interactions used, namely the delta interaction to describe the neutron–neutron and proton–proton pairing correlations and the quadrupole–quadrupole interaction to describe vibrational correlations.
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P. Quentin, H. Naidja, L. Bonneau, J. Bartel, H. Thuy Long. THE HIGHER TAMM–DANCOFF APPROXIMATION: THEORETICAL CONTEXT AND PHENOMENOLOGICAL ASPECTS. 14th Nuclear Physics Workshop "Marie and Pierre Curie", Sep 2007, Kazimierz Dolny, Poland. World Scientific, 17, pp.228-239, 2008, <10.1142/S0218301308009732>. <in2p3-00264010>

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