Investigation of fission fragments average spin based on four dimensional Langevin dynamical model

  • We applied the four dimensional Langevin dynamical model to investigate the average spin of fission fragments. Elongation, neck thickness, asymmetry parameter, and the orientation degree of freedom (K coordinate) are the four dimensions of the dynamical model. We assume that the collective modes depend on the emission angle of the fragments, then different parameters related to the average spin of fission fragments are calculated dynamically. The angle dependence of average spin of fission fragments is investigated by calculating the spin at angles 90° and 165°. Also, the obtained results based on the transition state model at scission point are presented. One can obtain better agreement between the results of the dynamical model and experimental data in comparison with the results of the transition state model.
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D. Naderi and M. Salimi. Investigation of fission fragments average spin based on four dimensional Langevin dynamical model[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2017, 41(2): 024104. doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/41/2/024104
D. Naderi and M. Salimi. Investigation of fission fragments average spin based on four dimensional Langevin dynamical model[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2017, 41(2): 024104.  doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/41/2/024104 shu
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Investigation of fission fragments average spin based on four dimensional Langevin dynamical model

    Corresponding author: D. Naderi, d.naderi@razi.ac.ir
    Corresponding author: M. Salimi, d.naderi@razi.ac.ir
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Abstract: We applied the four dimensional Langevin dynamical model to investigate the average spin of fission fragments. Elongation, neck thickness, asymmetry parameter, and the orientation degree of freedom (K coordinate) are the four dimensions of the dynamical model. We assume that the collective modes depend on the emission angle of the fragments, then different parameters related to the average spin of fission fragments are calculated dynamically. The angle dependence of average spin of fission fragments is investigated by calculating the spin at angles 90° and 165°. Also, the obtained results based on the transition state model at scission point are presented. One can obtain better agreement between the results of the dynamical model and experimental data in comparison with the results of the transition state model.

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