Microscopic model approaches to fragmentation of nuclei and phase transitions in nuclear matter

  title={Microscopic model approaches to fragmentation of nuclei and phase transitions in nuclear matter},
  author={J.Richert and P.Wagner},

Scaling Invariance and Characteristics of the Cloud of Spherical Projectile Fragmentation Products upon High-Velocity Impact on a Thin Mesh Shield

In this paper, we consider the problem of the fragmentation of an aluminum projectile on a thin steel mesh shield at high-velocity impact in a three-dimensional (3D) setting. The numerical

Liquid-gas transition and coexistence in ground-state bosons with spin twist

We study the thermodynamic liquid-gas transition and coexistence (LGTC) for ground-state bosons under contact interactions. We find that the LGTC can be facilitated by the mismatch of spin

Liquid-gas coexistence in binary Bose-Einstein condensates

As a common physical phenomenon in nature, liquid-gas coexistence(LGC) is generally associated with finite temperature and long-range interaction. Here we report a new mechanism in engineering LGC

Some critical remarks on Landau’s (macroscopic) phase transition theory *

. This paper explains the existence of a particular formal model (drawn from Theoretical Astrophysics) whose thermodynamical phenomenology shows a possible second order phase transition (according to

Progress of quantum molecular dynamics model and its applications in heavy ion collisions

In this review article, we first briefly introduce the transport theory and quantum molecular dynamics model applied in the study of the heavy ion collisions from low to intermediate energies. The

Chaos in Heavy-Ion Collisions at Intermediate Energy and Nonlinear Dynamics of Multifragmentation

In this paper, the relationship between the multifragmentation and chaotic dynamics in low energy nuclear reactions and heavy ion collisions at intermediate energy is briefly reviewed. After

On Relation between Bulk, Surface and Curvature Parts of Nuclear Binding Energy within the Model of Hexagonal Clusters

Using the model of hexagonal clusters we express the surface, curvature and Gauss curvature coefficients of the nuclear binding energy in terms of its bulk coefficient. Using the derived values of

Fragmentation model of a rapidly expanding ring with arbitrary cross-section

A model has been proposed to estimate the average number of fragments produced by ductile fracture of a rapidly expanding ring with arbitrary cross-section. The model uses a minimum number of