Browse College of Engineering by Contributor "Pandharipande, V.R."

  • Schlagel, Thomas Jeffrey (1990)
    We study the effects of the nuclear equation of state (EOS) on intermediate energy heavy-ion collisions using classical microscopic models. The role of the EOS on the disassembly of expanding, hot nuclear matter, as well ...

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  • Schlagel, Thomas Jeffrey (1990)
    We study the effects of the nuclear equation of state (EOS) on intermediate energy heavy-ion collisions using classical microscopic models. The role of the EOS on the disassembly of expanding, hot nuclear matter, as well ...

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  • Belic, Aleksandar (1992)
    The impulse approximation and the related concept of the scaling of the dynamic structure function S(k, w) at large k and w have played a dominant role in the analysis of the deep inelastic neutron scattering by quantum ...

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  • Belic, Aleksandar (1992)
    The impulse approximation and the related concept of the scaling of the dynamic structure function S(k,$\omega$) at large k and $\omega$ have played a dominant role in the analysis of the deep inelastic neutron scattering ...

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  • Loucks, Roger (1996)
    The cross section for the $p(e,e\sp\prime\pi\sp+)n,\ d(e,e\sp\prime\pi\sp+)2n$ and $\sp3He(e,e\sp\prime\pi\sp+)\sp3H$ reactions are calculated using a simple model with pion, nucleon and $\Delta$-resonance degrees of freedom ...

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  • Loucks, Roger (1996)
    The cross section for the p(e,e'rr+)n, d(e,e'rr+)2n and 3 He(e,e'rr+)3H reactions are calculated using a simple model with pion, nucleon and D.-resonance degrees of freedom for the kinematical conditions used in a recent ...

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  • Carlson, Joseph Allen (1983)

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  • Pudliner, Brian Scott (1996)
    Recently, a realistic nucleon-nucleon potential has been developed with the goal of accurately reproducing isospin symmetry breaking effects in the nuclear interaction. We briefly discuss the motivation for this potential, ...

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  • Pudliner, Brian Scott (1996)
    Recently, a realistic nucleon-nucleon potential has been developed with the goal of accurately reproducing isospin symmetry breaking effects in the nuclear interaction. We briefly discuss the motivation for this potential, ...

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  • Schiavilla, Rocco (1987)
    We review realistic nucleon-nucleon potentials and three-nucleon interaction models based on the two-pion exchange mechanism, describing their theoretical basis. The Faddeev method for the three-body nuclei, and variational ...

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  • Lagaris, Isaac (1981)

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  • Manousakis, Efstratios (1985)
    A microscopic description of the ground state and elementary excitations of liquid 4He is presented. The variational theory is used in conjunction with a perturbative scheme called correlated basis perturbation theory. ...

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  • Paris, Mark Wayne (2001)
    Quantum Monte Carlo techniques are applied to quark descriptions of single baryon and nuclear systems using a non-relativistic constituent quark model Hamiltonian. The assumed interaction includes a three-body term arising ...

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  • Forest, Jun L. (1998)
    This work is divided into two parts. In the first part, short-range structure of deuteron is studied using a nonrelativistic Hamiltonian. The equidensity surfaces for spin projection Ms=O distributions are found to be ...

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  • Chang, Soon Yong (2006-05)
    Quantum degenerate Fermi gases can be created in the laboratories using alkali atoms. These gases can be in different regimes of density and interaction strength and provide an ideal test bed for the basic properties of ...

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  • Wiringa, Robert Bruce (1978)
    The hypotheticai system of nucleons known as nuclear matter provides a very interesting field of study with relevance to both nuclear physics and astrophysics. The task of finding nucleon-nucleon potentials that explain ...

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  • Schmidt, Kevin Edward (1979)
    A theory is developed to allow the systematic calculation of the properties of quantum fluids given the microscopic two-body potential. Physical arguments are used to construct a correlation operator that approximately ...

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  • Cowell, Shannon Tracy (2004)
    Neutrino interactions play a crucial role in many astrophysical environments such as core-collapse supernovae and neutron stars. In this work, reaction rates for neutrino emission, absorption and scattering are calculated ...

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