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Approche Semi-Classique de la Physique des Ions Lourds aux Énergies Intermédiaires

Abstract : The study of heavy ion collisions at intermediate energies (10 to 100 MeV/A), can be undertaken by a semi-classical approach: the nuclear Vlasov equation. It is possible to decompose the one body distribution function over a suitable coherent state basis for dynamical studies. This method is applied for colliding slabs, and the results are compared with those of TDHF. With imposed spherical symmetry, the isoscalar monopole resonance, evaporation, formation of bubble nuclei and total evaporation, are obtained. The extension to three dimensions and to the Landau-Vlasov equation through the residual interaction included in the Uehling-Uhlenbeck collision term, permits a general study of the dynamical instability of highly excited nuclei. The application to heavy ion collisions gives a description of both the main mechanisms of reaction, and the ineffective fusion for the system 40Ar (35 MeV/A) + 27Al. Alpha particle multiplicities in correlation with evaporated residues in the experience 40Ar (27 MeV/A) + 27Al, have been extracted. From theoretical results, different scenari are proposed (entrance channel limitation and exit channel disintegration), in order to explain the disappearance of the fusion component observed for this system at energies above 32 MeV/A
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Loïc Vinet. Approche Semi-Classique de la Physique des Ions Lourds aux Énergies Intermédiaires. Physique Nucléaire Expérimentale [nucl-ex]. Université de Paris-Sud, 1986. Français. ⟨tel-02025306⟩



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