Extended Skyrme pseudopotential deduced from infinite nuclear matter properties

@article{Davesne2015ExtendedSP,
  title={Extended Skyrme pseudopotential deduced from infinite nuclear matter properties},
  author={Dany Davesne and Jes{\'u}s Navarro and Patrick Becker and R. Jodon and J. Meyer and A. Pastore},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2015},
  volume={91},
  pages={064303}
}
We discuss the contributions to the equation of state for the NLO Skyrme pseudopotential (=2,3). We show that by adding fourth- and sixth-order gradient terms, it is possible to fairly reproduce the spin/isospin decomposition of an equation of state obtained from ab initio methods. Moreover, by inspecting the partial-wave decomposition of the equation of state, we show for the first time a possible way to add explicit constraints on the sign of the tensor terms of the Skyrme interaction. 

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