The Calculation of Nucleon Cascades in Nuclei by the Monte-Carlo Method
Analytic calculations of nucleon cascades are difficult in principle and are not possible at the present time because some of the characteristics of a cascade, for example, the nucleon — nucleon cross sections, do not have an adequate analytic description. The Monte-Carlo method allows us to perform an approximate calculation of a nucleon cascade and to determine the necessary nuclear characteristics without using analytic expressions.
KeywordsExcitation Energy Nuclear Matter Lebedev Physics Institute Collision Cross Section Residual Nucleus
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