Superasymmetric Fission Trajectories in a Tridimensional Configuration Space
All the phenomenological models1 which were used to obtain cluster emission predictions were characterized by one degree of freedom, namely the elongation. Some attempts were tried to develop the numerical superasymmetric fission model (NSAFM) by determining the behaviour of the necking-in shape dependence2 during the process. In the present paper, an investigation of the optimum fission trajectories in a tridimensional configuration space with respect to elongation, necking-in and mass-asymmetry is realised.
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