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Combining Few-Body Cluster Structures with Many-Body Mean-Field Methods

AuthorsHove, D.; Garrido, Eduardo ; Jensen, A. S.; Sarriguren, Pedro ; Fynbo, H. O. U.; Fedorov, D. V.; Zinner, N. T.
Issue Date12-Jan-2017
PublisherSpringer
CitationFew-Body Systems 58: 2 (2017)
AbstractNuclear cluster physics implicitly assumes a distinction between groups of degrees-of-freedom, that is the (frozen) intrinsic and (explicitly treated) relative cluster motion. We formulate a realistic and practical method to describe the coupled motion of these two sets of degrees-of-freedom. We derive a coupled set of differential equations for the system using the phenomenologically adjusted effective in-medium Skyrme type of nucleon-nucleon interaction. We select a two-nucleon plus core system where the mean-field approximation corresponding to the Skyrme interaction is used for the core. A hyperspherical adiabatic expansion of the Faddeev equations is used for the relative cluster motion. We shall specifically compare both the structure and the decay mechanism found from the traditional three-body calculations with the result using the new boundary condition provided by the full microscopic structure at small distance. The extended Hilbert space guaranties an improved wave function compared to both mean-field and three-body solutions. We shall investigate the structures and decay mechanism of C (C+n+n). In conclusion, we have developed a method combining nuclear few- and many-body techniques without losing the descriptive power of each approximation at medium-to-large distances and small distances respectively. The coupled set of equations are solved self-consistently, and both structure and dynamic evolution are studied.
Description4 pags., 2 figs. -- This article belongs to the Topical Collection “The 23rd European Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics”.
Publisher version (URL)http://doi.org/10.1007/s00601-017-1216-3
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/160466
Identifiersdoi: 10.1007/s00601-017-1216-3
issn: 0177-7963
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