Microscopic description of large amplitude collective motion in the nuclear astrophysics context

Abstract : In the last 10 years, we have observed an important increase of interest in the application of time-dependent energy density functional theory (TD-EDF). This approach allows to treat nuclear structure and nuclear reaction from small to large amplitude dynamics in a unified framework. The possibility to perform unrestricted three-dimensional simulations using state of the art effective interactions has opened new perspectives. In the present article, an overview of applications where the predictive power of TD-EDF has been benchmarked is given. A special emphasize is made on processes that are of astrophysical interest. Illustrations discussed here include giant resonances, fission, binary and ternary collisions leading to fusion, transfer and deep inelastic processes.
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International Journal of Modern Physics E, World Scientific Publishing, 2015, 24, pp.1541005. 〈10.1142/S0218301315410050 〉
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D. Lacroix, Y. Tanimura, G. Scamps, C. Simenel. Microscopic description of large amplitude collective motion in the nuclear astrophysics context. International Journal of Modern Physics E, World Scientific Publishing, 2015, 24, pp.1541005. 〈10.1142/S0218301315410050 〉. 〈in2p3-01157218〉

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