The Self-Consistent-Field Method in Nuclear Theory

  • R. V. Dzholos
  • V. G. Solov’ev


The self-consistent-field method is described in the Bogolyubov formulation. It is shown that this method yields equations for the effective fields in the theory of finite Fermi systems and the secular equations for a model with pairing and multipole forces.


Vibrational State Secular Equation Nuclear Phys Nuclear Theory Nuclear Ground State 


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  • R. V. Dzholos
  • V. G. Solov’ev

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