Extending the nuclear cranking model to tilted axis rotation and alternative mean field potentials
Research output: Thesis › Doctoral Thesis (compilation)
Abstract
The nuclear model for three dimensional cranking is extended to include a generalization of the Strutinski renormalization procedure from principal axis cranking to cranking about an tilted axis. A new computer code has been written for realistic, fullscale calculations within the three dimensional cranking model. The code is developed for calculations to produce output of high precision to allow resolution of the often weak energy variations with the tilting angles of the direction of the cranking vector. The code also allows eigenvalues and angular momentum expectation values from another meanfield potential, to be input for the calculation of total quantities such as total energy and spin. The papers contain results from the first applications of the program.
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Original language  English 

Qualification  Doctor 
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Award date  2004 Feb 20 
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Print ISBNs  9162859668 
Publication status  Published  2004 
Publication category  Research 
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Date: 20040220
Time: 13:15
Place: Lecture room F, Sölvegatan 14 A, Lund Institute of Technology
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Name: Satula, Wojciech
Title: [unknown]
Affiliation: Inst. Theoretical Physics, University of Warsaw, Polen

Article: Peter Olivius, Ragnar Bengtsson, "On the interpretation of singleparticle level diagrams in tilted rotation of the atomic nucleus".Accepted for publication in Phys.Rev.C
Article: Peter Olivius, Ragnar Bengtsson, Peter Möller, "Cranking the folded Yukawa potential"
Article: Peter Olivius, Ragnar Bengtsson, "Investigation of tilted rotation at triaxial superdeformed shapes in 166Hf"
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The record was previously connected to the following departments: Mathematical Physics (Faculty of Technology) (011040002)