Heavy-ion-induced fission of \(^{181}\)Ta and \(^{209}\)Bi at intermediate energies by CRISP model

Abstract

In this work, we study the mechanism of the nuclear reaction of \(^{11}\)B ion with \(^{181}\)Ta and \(^{209}\)Bi targets at intermediate energies and analyze the nuclear reaction processes starting from the initial nucleus–nucleus collision up to the fragments production. The experimental data are derived from the literature Karapetyan et al. (Phys Rev C 94: 024618, 2016). A new branch of CRISP model has been extended in the framework of the rotating liquid drop model to describe heavy-ion-induced reactions. Experimental mass-yield distribution is compared with the results of the Monte Carlo simulation code CRISP using the theoretical model calculations. The experimental data of spallation products are also described by the CRISP model. The fission cross sections, fissility and fragment mass distributions are calculated and compared with experimental data. We conclude that CRISP model provides a good description for the cases analyzed in this study and gives us confidence that it might be applied to other cases as well.

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Motahareh Abbasi and Hamed Panjeh acknowledge the support from the Brazilian federal agency CAPES. Ramon Perez acknowledges the support from CNPq under Grant 169813/2017-7. Airton Deppman is supported by the Project INCT-FNA Proc. No. 464898/2014-5 and by FAPESP Grant 2016/17612-7. Airton Deppman is also partially supported by Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico CNPq (Brazil) under Grant 304244/2018-0.

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Abbasi, M., Panjeh, H., Perez, R. et al. Heavy-ion-induced fission of \(^{181}\)Ta and \(^{209}\)Bi at intermediate energies by CRISP model. Eur. Phys. J. Plus 135, 845 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1140/epjp/s13360-020-00828-4

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