New Applications of Nuclear Fission : Proceedings of the International Workshop.

By: Mueller, A. CContributor(s): Mirea, M | L, Tassan-GotPublisher: Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd, 2004Copyright date: ©2004Description: 1 online resource (219 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789812702579Subject(s): Nuclear fission -- Congresses.;Nuclear physics -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: New Applications of Nuclear Fission : Proceedings of the International WorkshopDDC classification: 539.7 LOC classification: QC789.7.I584 2003Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- CONTENTS -- Preface -- Fission Approach to Heavy Particle Radioactivities -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Cold fission -- 3. Region of cluster emitters -- 4. Shell effects -- 5. New candidates -- 6. Emission of 14C in competition with 12C -- 7. Half life estimation with the universal curve -- References -- MYRRHA a Multipurpose European ADS for R&D -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Spallation target -- 3. Sub-critical core -- 4. Containment building -- 5. Objectives -- 6. Conclusions -- References -- Fusion-fission Dynamics and Synthesis of the Superheavy Elements -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Dynamical features of nuclear fission -- 3. Fusion dynamics of massive systems : Two Step Model -- 4. Predictions of excitation functions for residue cross sections of SHE -- 5. Summary -- References -- Quasifission of the Dinuclear System -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Master Equations for Nucleon Transfer -- 3. Charge and Mass Yields -- 4. Variance of Total Kinetic Energy -- 5. Results for Hot Fusion Reactions -- References -- Microscopic Optical Potential for Nuclear Transmutation Fusion Reactors and ADS Projects -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Double-folding method calculation of nuclear potential for complex particles -- 3. Microscopic optical potential for a-particles interacting with 90Zr -- 4. Calculation of Deuterium-Lithium cross sections for energies up to 50 MeV -- 5. Quantum-statistical MSD processes at low and intermediate energies on 90Zr and 100Mo -- References -- Identification of Excited 10Be Clusters Born in Ternary Fission of 252Cf -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Experiment -- 3. Results and Discussion -- References -- Production of Photofission Fragments and Study of their Nuclear Structure -- References -- Variation of Charge Density in Fusion Reactions -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Geometry related charge density path -- 3. Total deformation energy.
4. Results and discussion -- 5. Conclusion -- References -- Parent Di-Nuclear Quasimolecular States as Exotic Resonant States -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Properties of the exotic resonant poles and states -- 3. Di-nuclear PQMS - a particular case of ERS -- References -- Fission Investigations and Evaluation Activities at IRMM -- 1. Experimental investigations -- 2. The statistical model -- 3. Results and discussions -- References -- Investigation of GeV Proton-Induced Spallation Reactions -- 1. Motivation -- 2. Experiment -- 3. Pre-equilibrium cluster emission -- 4. Excitation energy distributions -- 5. Summary -- References -- Evidence for Transient Effects in Fission -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Experiment -- 3. Results -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- Traps for Fission Product Ions at IGISOL -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Penning-trap -- 3. Mass measurements -- 4. Summary -- References -- Triple-Humped Fission Barrier and Clusterization in the Actinide Region -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Experimental method -- 3. Summary -- References -- Microscopic Analysis of the a-Decay in Heavy and Superheavy Nuclei -- 1. Introduction and model -- 2. Analysis of data -- 3. Conclusions -- References -- Searching for Critical Point Nuclei in Fission Products -- 1. Introduction -- 2. X(5) critical point symmetry -- 3. Conclusion -- References -- Fission Barriers in the Quasi-Molecular Shape Path -- 1. Quasi-molecular shape path -- 2. Generalized liquid drop model -- 3. Symmetric and asymmetric fission barriers -- 4. Half-lives of the alpha decay and light nucleus emission -- 5. Super and hyperdeformed rotating nuclei -- 6. Very heavy elements -- 7. Conclusion -- References -- Probing the 11Li Halo Structure by Two-Neutron Interferometry Experiments -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Experimental Results -- References -- Dissipation in a Wide Range of Mass-Asymmetries -- References.
Physics with SPIRAL and SPIRAL 2 -- 1. Physics with SPIRAL and SPIRAL 2 -- 2. Conclusions -- References -- Two-Proton Radioactivity of 45Fe -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Experimental procedure -- 3. Results -- 4. Discussion -- 5. Summary and outlook -- References -- Optimization of ISOL UCX Targets for Fission Induced by Fast Neutrons or Electrons -- 1. UCx targets -- 2. Comparison between the two ways of production -- 3. SPIRAL 2 target -- 4. ALTO target -- 5. Release times (SPIRAL 2 and ALTO) -- References -- The ALTO Project: A 50 MeV Electron Beam at IPN Orsay -- 1. Specifications -- 2. Characteristics -- 3. Implantation -- References -- Sensibility of Isomeric Ratios and Excitation Functions to Statistical Model Parameters for the (4 6 8He N 3N)-Reactions -- References -- Fragment Mass Distribution of the 239Pu(d pf) Reaction via the Superdeformed B-vibrational Resonance -- References -- Fingerprints of Finite Size Effects in Nuclear Multifregimentation -- References -- Systematics of the Alpha-Decay to Vibrational 2+ States -- 1. Introduction and our model -- 2. Conclusions -- References -- Analysis of a Neutron-Rich Nuclei Source Based on Photo-fission -- References -- Numerical Code for Symmetric Two-Center Shell Model -- References -- Deformed Open Quantum Systems -- References -- Decommissioning the Research Nuclear Reactor VVR-S Magurele-Bucharest: Analyze Justification and Selection of Decommissioning Strategy -- References -- K-Shell Vacancy Production and Sharing in (0.2-1.75) MeV/u Fe Co + Cr Collisions -- References -- Some Fission Yields for 235U(N F) 239PU(N F) 238U(N F) Reactions in EE Neutron Spectrum -- References -- Recalibration of Some Sealed Fission Chambers-France in MARK III Mol Belgium Facility -- References -- Muon Decay a Possibility for Precise Measurements of Muon Charge Ratio in the Low Energy Range (< 1 GeV/c).
1. Introduction -- 2. The WILLI experiment -- References -- Research and Development Activities as Support for Decommissioning of the Research Reactor VVR-S Magurele -- 1. Guidelines -- Light Heavy-Ion Dissipative Collisions at Low Energy -- References -- Estimates of the a Rates for Deformed Superheavy Nuclei -- References -- List of Participants.
Summary: This book covers new experimental and theoretical studies that focus on the modern developments of nuclear fission, aiming at various applications in a wide range of fields and bringing together scientists working in different fields related to nuclear fission. The following topics are dealt with: radioactive beam facilities based on nuclear fission; nuclear waste transmutations and the future accelerator-driven system; fission and spallation nuclear data and modeling; experimental and theoretical advances in the study of nuclear fission; fusion reactions and decay modes of superheavy nuclei; stability against fission and many-body systems; superasymmetric and multicluster fission. The proceedings have been selected for coverage in:. Index to Scientific & Technical Proceedings® (ISTP® / ISI Proceedings). Index to Scientific & Technical Proceedings (ISTP CDROM version / ISI Proceedings). CC Proceedings - Engineering & Physical Sciences. Contents: Quasifission of the Dinuclear System (G G Adamian et al.); Variation of Charge Density in Fusion Reactions (R A Gherghescu et al.); Fission Investigations and Evaluation Activities at IRMM (F-J Hambsch et al.); Traps for Fission Product Ions at IGISOL (S Kopecky et al.); Fission Barriers in the Quasi-Molecular Shape Path (G Royer et al.); Dissipation in a Wide Range of Mass-Asymmetries (M Mirea); The ALTO Project: A 50 MeV Electron Beam at IPN Orsay (O Bajeat et al.); Deformed Open Quantum Systems (A Isar); Light Heavy-Ion Dissipative Collisions at Low Energy (A Pop et al.); Estimates of the α Rates for Deformed Superheavy Nuclei (I Silisteanu et al.); and other papers. Readership: Researchers in nuclear physics.
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Intro -- CONTENTS -- Preface -- Fission Approach to Heavy Particle Radioactivities -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Cold fission -- 3. Region of cluster emitters -- 4. Shell effects -- 5. New candidates -- 6. Emission of 14C in competition with 12C -- 7. Half life estimation with the universal curve -- References -- MYRRHA a Multipurpose European ADS for R&D -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Spallation target -- 3. Sub-critical core -- 4. Containment building -- 5. Objectives -- 6. Conclusions -- References -- Fusion-fission Dynamics and Synthesis of the Superheavy Elements -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Dynamical features of nuclear fission -- 3. Fusion dynamics of massive systems : Two Step Model -- 4. Predictions of excitation functions for residue cross sections of SHE -- 5. Summary -- References -- Quasifission of the Dinuclear System -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Master Equations for Nucleon Transfer -- 3. Charge and Mass Yields -- 4. Variance of Total Kinetic Energy -- 5. Results for Hot Fusion Reactions -- References -- Microscopic Optical Potential for Nuclear Transmutation Fusion Reactors and ADS Projects -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Double-folding method calculation of nuclear potential for complex particles -- 3. Microscopic optical potential for a-particles interacting with 90Zr -- 4. Calculation of Deuterium-Lithium cross sections for energies up to 50 MeV -- 5. Quantum-statistical MSD processes at low and intermediate energies on 90Zr and 100Mo -- References -- Identification of Excited 10Be Clusters Born in Ternary Fission of 252Cf -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Experiment -- 3. Results and Discussion -- References -- Production of Photofission Fragments and Study of their Nuclear Structure -- References -- Variation of Charge Density in Fusion Reactions -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Geometry related charge density path -- 3. Total deformation energy.

4. Results and discussion -- 5. Conclusion -- References -- Parent Di-Nuclear Quasimolecular States as Exotic Resonant States -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Properties of the exotic resonant poles and states -- 3. Di-nuclear PQMS - a particular case of ERS -- References -- Fission Investigations and Evaluation Activities at IRMM -- 1. Experimental investigations -- 2. The statistical model -- 3. Results and discussions -- References -- Investigation of GeV Proton-Induced Spallation Reactions -- 1. Motivation -- 2. Experiment -- 3. Pre-equilibrium cluster emission -- 4. Excitation energy distributions -- 5. Summary -- References -- Evidence for Transient Effects in Fission -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Experiment -- 3. Results -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- Traps for Fission Product Ions at IGISOL -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Penning-trap -- 3. Mass measurements -- 4. Summary -- References -- Triple-Humped Fission Barrier and Clusterization in the Actinide Region -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Experimental method -- 3. Summary -- References -- Microscopic Analysis of the a-Decay in Heavy and Superheavy Nuclei -- 1. Introduction and model -- 2. Analysis of data -- 3. Conclusions -- References -- Searching for Critical Point Nuclei in Fission Products -- 1. Introduction -- 2. X(5) critical point symmetry -- 3. Conclusion -- References -- Fission Barriers in the Quasi-Molecular Shape Path -- 1. Quasi-molecular shape path -- 2. Generalized liquid drop model -- 3. Symmetric and asymmetric fission barriers -- 4. Half-lives of the alpha decay and light nucleus emission -- 5. Super and hyperdeformed rotating nuclei -- 6. Very heavy elements -- 7. Conclusion -- References -- Probing the 11Li Halo Structure by Two-Neutron Interferometry Experiments -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Experimental Results -- References -- Dissipation in a Wide Range of Mass-Asymmetries -- References.

Physics with SPIRAL and SPIRAL 2 -- 1. Physics with SPIRAL and SPIRAL 2 -- 2. Conclusions -- References -- Two-Proton Radioactivity of 45Fe -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Experimental procedure -- 3. Results -- 4. Discussion -- 5. Summary and outlook -- References -- Optimization of ISOL UCX Targets for Fission Induced by Fast Neutrons or Electrons -- 1. UCx targets -- 2. Comparison between the two ways of production -- 3. SPIRAL 2 target -- 4. ALTO target -- 5. Release times (SPIRAL 2 and ALTO) -- References -- The ALTO Project: A 50 MeV Electron Beam at IPN Orsay -- 1. Specifications -- 2. Characteristics -- 3. Implantation -- References -- Sensibility of Isomeric Ratios and Excitation Functions to Statistical Model Parameters for the (4 6 8He N 3N)-Reactions -- References -- Fragment Mass Distribution of the 239Pu(d pf) Reaction via the Superdeformed B-vibrational Resonance -- References -- Fingerprints of Finite Size Effects in Nuclear Multifregimentation -- References -- Systematics of the Alpha-Decay to Vibrational 2+ States -- 1. Introduction and our model -- 2. Conclusions -- References -- Analysis of a Neutron-Rich Nuclei Source Based on Photo-fission -- References -- Numerical Code for Symmetric Two-Center Shell Model -- References -- Deformed Open Quantum Systems -- References -- Decommissioning the Research Nuclear Reactor VVR-S Magurele-Bucharest: Analyze Justification and Selection of Decommissioning Strategy -- References -- K-Shell Vacancy Production and Sharing in (0.2-1.75) MeV/u Fe Co + Cr Collisions -- References -- Some Fission Yields for 235U(N F) 239PU(N F) 238U(N F) Reactions in EE Neutron Spectrum -- References -- Recalibration of Some Sealed Fission Chambers-France in MARK III Mol Belgium Facility -- References -- Muon Decay a Possibility for Precise Measurements of Muon Charge Ratio in the Low Energy Range (< 1 GeV/c).

1. Introduction -- 2. The WILLI experiment -- References -- Research and Development Activities as Support for Decommissioning of the Research Reactor VVR-S Magurele -- 1. Guidelines -- Light Heavy-Ion Dissipative Collisions at Low Energy -- References -- Estimates of the a Rates for Deformed Superheavy Nuclei -- References -- List of Participants.

This book covers new experimental and theoretical studies that focus on the modern developments of nuclear fission, aiming at various applications in a wide range of fields and bringing together scientists working in different fields related to nuclear fission. The following topics are dealt with: radioactive beam facilities based on nuclear fission; nuclear waste transmutations and the future accelerator-driven system; fission and spallation nuclear data and modeling; experimental and theoretical advances in the study of nuclear fission; fusion reactions and decay modes of superheavy nuclei; stability against fission and many-body systems; superasymmetric and multicluster fission. The proceedings have been selected for coverage in:. Index to Scientific & Technical Proceedings® (ISTP® / ISI Proceedings). Index to Scientific & Technical Proceedings (ISTP CDROM version / ISI Proceedings). CC Proceedings - Engineering & Physical Sciences. Contents: Quasifission of the Dinuclear System (G G Adamian et al.); Variation of Charge Density in Fusion Reactions (R A Gherghescu et al.); Fission Investigations and Evaluation Activities at IRMM (F-J Hambsch et al.); Traps for Fission Product Ions at IGISOL (S Kopecky et al.); Fission Barriers in the Quasi-Molecular Shape Path (G Royer et al.); Dissipation in a Wide Range of Mass-Asymmetries (M Mirea); The ALTO Project: A 50 MeV Electron Beam at IPN Orsay (O Bajeat et al.); Deformed Open Quantum Systems (A Isar); Light Heavy-Ion Dissipative Collisions at Low Energy (A Pop et al.); Estimates of the α Rates for Deformed Superheavy Nuclei (I Silisteanu et al.); and other papers. Readership: Researchers in nuclear physics.

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