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Towards a Realistic Description of Light-ion Fusion Reactions for Astrophysics
Par : G. Hupin, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore CA, USA
Date : mardi 17 septembre 2013 à 10h30
Lieu : IPHC, Salle de Réunion 2e étage du Bâtiment 27
The advances in the fundamental description of the interaction between nucleons, scientific computing and many-body techniques have opened new avenues for the modeling of low-energy light-ion reactions. The ab initio no-core shell model combined with the resonating-group method (NCSM/RGM)  is capable of addressing both structural and reaction properties of light-nuclei. The many-body Hilbert space can be further augmented by coupling the NCSM/RGM binary cluster basis to square-integrable NCSM eigenstates with the no-core shell model with continuum (NCSMC) approach . While promising results have already been achieved starting from a two-body Hamiltonian, a truly realistic prediction of nuclear observables requires the treatment the three-nucleon interactions. Using similarity-renormalization-group evolved two- and three-nucleon interactions , , we will present the N-4He and d-4He scattering processes when accounting for the chiral two- plus three-nucleon interaction versus the chiral two-nucleon interaction. This work sets the stage for modeling of light-ion fusion reactions with realistic nuclear forces, that are important for understanding nuclear astrophysics processes. 
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 Prepared in part by LLNL under Contract DE-AC52-07NA27344. Support from the U.S. DOE/SC/NP (Work Proposal No. SCW1158), the NSERC grant 401945-2011 and the DFG through contract SFB 634 is acknowledged.