EPJ Web Conf.
Volume 146, 2017ND 2016: International Conference on Nuclear Data for Science and Technology
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Fission Physics and Observables|
|Published online||13 September 2017|
Effects of microscopic transport coefficients on fission observables calculated by Langevin equation and its systematics
1 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan
2 Malaysian Nuclear Agency, Bangi, Malaysia
3 Institute for Nuclear Research, Kiev, UK raine
Published online: 13 September 2017
The Langevin dynamical description of fission observables is inspired by the random evolution of shape parameters across the potential surface. In these work, we shall use mass and friction tensors inspired from Linear Response Theory (microscopic transport coefficients) and obtain the fission observables associated with these calculations. We compare these microscopic results with calculations using hydrodynamical mass tensor and wall-window friction tensor (macroscopic transport coefficients). We are able to calculate the fission product yield, Coulomb kinetic energy and prescission kinetic energy from the Langevin calculation. This allows us to observe the systematic of average light and heavy mass fission product yield calculated using both microscopic and macroscopic calculations. We also compare the results of microscopic and macroscopic calculation total kinetic energy (TKE) with Viola's TKE systematics. In the case of 236,239U compound nucleus, we do the microscopic calculation for several excitation energy up to 30 MeV and afterwards compare it to the TKE of experimental data and corresponding macroscopic TKE. Reasonable agreement of microscopic TKE to experiment is obtained which shows decreasing TKE with increasing excitation energy. Macroscopic TKE however, is independent of excitation energy and thus contrary to experimental data.
© The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2017
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