Shell-model-like approach based on cranking covariant density functional theory: Band crossing and shape evolution in Fe 60

@article{Shi2018ShellmodellikeAB,
  title={Shell-model-like approach based on cranking covariant density functional theory: Band crossing and shape evolution in Fe 60},
  author={Z. F. Shi and Z. Zhang and Q. B. Chen and S. Q. Zhang and Jie Meng},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2018},
  volume={97},
  pages={034317}
}
The shell-model-like approach is implemented to treat the cranking many-body Hamiltonian based on the covariant density functional theory including pairing correlations with exact particle number conservation. The self-consistency is achieved by iterating the single-particle occupation probabilities back to the densities and currents. As an example, the rotational structures observed in the neutron-rich nucleus $^{60}\mathrm{Fe}$ are investigated and analyzed. Without introducing any ad hoc… 

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