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Simulations de collisions entre systèmes classiques à N-corps en interactions

Abstract : The Classical N-body Dynamics (CNBD) is dedicated to the simulation of collisions between classical systems. The 2-body interaction used here has the properties of the Van der Waals potential and depends on just a few parameters. This work has two main goals.
First, some theoretical approaches assume that the dynamical stage of the collisions plays an important role. Moreover, colliding nuclei are supposed to present a 1st order liquid-gaz phase transition. Several signals have been introduced to show this transition. We have searched for two of them : the bimodality of the mass asymmetry and negative heat capacity.
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F. Morisseau. Simulations de collisions entre systèmes classiques à N-corps en interactions. Physique Nucléaire Théorique [nucl-th]. Université de Caen, 2006. Français. ⟨tel-00108025⟩



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