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Fission-fragment and neutron data traced back to the macroscopic and microscopic properties of the fissioning systems

K.-H. Schmidt, B. Jurado
2010 EPJ Web of Conferences  
Level 1: Microscopic properties of the nuclear system. Nucleon-nucleon interaction Nuclear potential, residual interactions Time-dependent evolution of wave functions ... Level 2: Intermediate properties of the nuclear system. Potential-energy surface on the fission path Level densities (T=const.), Dynamical memory (early freeze-out) Coupling between different degrees of freedom (friction), Separability principle (mac.-mic.), Energy sorting, Level 3: Observable quantities Mass distributions;
more » ... s distributions; nuclide yields Neutron multiplicities and energies Fragment kinetic energies ... The problems: (i) Models based on Level 1 are not yet precise enough. (ii) Empirical models on Level 3 have low predictive power. Our concept: Deduce properties of Level 2 from experiment. Our aim: High precision and good predictive power. GEF code just released:
doi:10.1051/epjconf/20100803002 fatcat:sigzumdswfdizozdalhhfjprti