Implementation of the Geometry Dependent Hybrid Model in TALYS
J. Korean Phy. Soc. 2011; 59: 935~938
Published online August 12, 2011 © 2011 The Korean Physical Society.

The geometry dependent hybrid model (GDH) developed by M.Blann and suppliedby the models for the non-equilibrium cluster emission was implemented inthe TALYS code. A number of subroutines from the ALICE and ALICE/ASH codeswere introduced in TALYS after appropriate modifications. Commoncomputations as those relating to binding energies, the optical model andothers are performed by means of TALYS. The value of the TALYS inputvariable "preeqmode" equal to 5 is reserved for the use of the GDHapproach for the calculation of the pre-compound energy distributions ofnucleon and light clusters. A comparison with calculations using theoriginal ALICE and ALICE/ASH codes, on one hand, and experimental data, onthe other hand, is given. The advantages of the implementation of the GDHmodel in the TALYS code are discussed.
Keywords: Hauser-Feshbach model, nuclear model, geometry dependent model

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