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Manuscript Title: A nuclear Hartree-Fock intrinsic wavefunction projection program. | ||

Authors: J.F. Allard, N. Boumahrat, B. Houssais, M. Hadj Hassan, M. Lambert | ||

Program title: PROJ | ||

Catalogue identifier: ABGI_v1_0Distribution format: gz | ||

Journal reference: Comput. Phys. Commun. 4(1972)239 | ||

Programming language: Fortran. | ||

Computer: IBM 360/40. | ||

Operating system: DOS. | ||

RAM: 19K words | ||

Word size: 32 | ||

Keywords: Nuclear physics, Schrodinger equation, Rotational band, Peierls yoccoz method, Hartree-fock. | ||

Classification: 17.22. | ||

Nature of problem:PROJ calculates energies of the rotational band generated by a nuclear wave function PhiM which is an eigenstate of JZ with the eigenvalue M. The nuclear wave function may be obtained by using program HARFOCK (CPC 3 (1972) 22). The two-body interaction must be a sum of two gaussian potentials with arbitrary spin, isospin and space-exchange terms. | ||

Solution method:The energy of each rotational state is evaluated by the Peieris-Yoccoz formula. For each value of the rotation angle, Beta, chosen by the integration program, the matrix elements occuring are evaluated. | ||

Restrictions:The geometrical basis includes the 1s, 1p and 2s, 1d deformed shells. The program works with 40 occupied and unoccupied orbitals. The interaction must be expotential. The c.m. two-body elements are taken into account but the Coulomb interaction is neglected. Orbitals must be eigenstates of Jz and rz. M must be positive or equal to 0. |

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