Computer program for the relativistic mean field description of the ground state properties of even-even axially deformed nuclei. Nature of problem: Relativistic Mean Field (RMF) theory [1,2] has been very successful [3,4,5,6,7,8,9] in accurately describing nuclear matter properties and ground state properties of finite nuclei spread over the entire periodic table including those away from the stability line. Nucleonic and mesonic degrees of freedom are explicitly included from the very beginning in the relativistic framework. As a result nuclear saturation and the correct spin-orbit splitting emerges automatically. Initially RMF theory has been applied successfully to the description of the properties of spherical nuclei. As most of the nuclei are deformed, the generalization of the solution of the RMF equations for this case is required, which is a non trivial task. Therefore a computer program was developed [10,11] to solve the RMF equations, suitable for the calculation of the ground state properties of the axially deformed nuclei. The present program is an improved version and also is compatible for PC’s.
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- Ding, Bingang; Ning, Pingzhi; Zhang, Dali; Lu, Dinghui: A study of particle number fluctuation under BCS theory (2007)
- Sugawara-Tanabe, Kazuko: Triple degeneracies in the pseudospin and spin symmetries in the relativistic mean-field with deformed potential (2005)
- Ring, P.; Gambhir, Y.K.; Lalazissis, G.A.: Computer program for the relativistic mean field description of the ground state properties of even-even axially deformed nuclei (1997)