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Spallation : comprendre (p)ou(r) prédire (!) ?

Abstract : This HDR report summarizes about ten years spent around spallation reaction modelling. Spallation reactions are defined as interaction of a light par- ticle, say a nucleon, and a nucleus at an incident energy from 100 MeV up to 2-3 GeV. These reactions are divided in two steps. A first and fast phase, direct reac- tions also called intranuclear cascade, following by a slower phase, deexcitation of the remnant nucleus. Using the combination of INCL4, the intranuclear cas- cade model developed by the group, and the deexcitation code Abla from GSI, as a connecting thread, the multi-faceted spallation is presented. Chapter one deals with physics and codes, then different types of benchmarks are addressed, followed by several domains where spallation modelling plays a role, and finally, taking advan- tage of what has been said previously and of what can be read in the literature, new developments are suggested.
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Jean-Christophe David. Spallation : comprendre (p)ou(r) prédire (!) ?. Physique Nucléaire Théorique [nucl-th]. Université de Strasbourg, 2012. ⟨tel-00811587⟩



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