Hiura Jun Jun HIURA

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  • Particular Properties of Dense Supernova Matter

    Tatsuyuki TAKATSUKA , Shigeru NISHIZAKI , Jun HIURA , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University

    Dense supernova matter composed of n, p, e^-, e^+, ν_e and ν^^-_e is investigated in detail by solving self-consistently a set of finite-temperature Hartree-Fock equations with an effective nucleon in …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 92(4), p779-802, 1994-10

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  • Proton Abundance in Dense Supernova Matter

    Tatsuyuki TAKATSUKA , Sigeru NISHIZAKI , Jun HIURA , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University

    Proton mixing ratio Y_p in supernova matter with the density ρ higher than the nuclear density is investigated by the realistic approach to solve exactly a set of finite-temperature Hartree-Fock equat …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 89(2), p551-554, 1993-02

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  • Effective Interaction Approach to Hot Nuclear Matter

    Tatuyuki TAKATSUKA , Jun HIURA , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University

    Nuclear matter at temperature T is treated by the Hartree-Fock approximation with a T-independent interaction and an extended Brueckner's G-matrix method. The latter coincides with the former as G(T)→ …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 79(2), p268-273, 1988-02

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  • Study on Characteristics of π0-Condensate in Neutron Matter--Effective Nucleon Mass and Role of Non-Tensor Force

    Tatsuyuki TAKATSUKA , Yasumichi SAITO , Jun HIURA , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University , Faculty of Education Iwate University , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University

    By suitably constructing the effective Hamiltonian to make calculations tractable and transparent, the characteristics of the developed π^0-condensed phase in neutron matter are investigated. It is fo …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 67(1), p254-270, 1982-01

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  • On the Effect of Non-Condensed Pions in Nuclear Medium

    Tatsuyuki TAKATSUKA , Jun HIURA , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University

    Progress of theoretical physics = Progress of theoretical physics 60(4), 1234-1236, 1978-10-25

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  • Boson Three-Alpha Model of ^<12>C and Effective Inter-Alpha Forces

    Hiromitsu OGASAWARA , Jun HIURA , Faculty of Engineering Iwate University , College of Liberal Arts Iwate University

    Progress of theoretical physics = Progress of theoretical physics 59(2), 655-657, 1978-02-25

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  • An Octupole Deformation in 20Ne

    Hiroshi NOTO , Yasuhisa ABE , Jun HIURA , Hajime TANAKA , Department of Physics Kyoto University:Department of Physics Hokkaido University , Research Institute for Fundamental Physics Kyoto University , College of Liberal Arts Iwate University , Department of Physics Hokkaido University

    A quadrupole (Y_2)-plus-octupole (Y_3)-deformed-shell model is applied to the first K^π=0^± bands of ^<20>Ne which is situated at the "critical" region in structure change between the shell-like …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 55(5), p1432-1447, 1976-05

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  • Binding Energy of the Alpha Particle (Development of the Nuclear Theory Based on the Realistic Force)

    Motoki SAKAI , Ichiro SHIMODAYA , Yoshinori AKAISHI , Jun HIURA , Hajime TANAKA , Department of Physics Hokkaido University , Division of Mathematical Physics Fukui University , Department of Physics Hokkaido University , College of Liberal Arts Iwate University , Department of Physics Hokkaido University

    Variational calculations of the alpha particle are made with the Hamada-Johnston (H-J) potential and the Tamagaki (OPEH and OPEG) potentials. The realistic wave function is easily constructed by a nat …

    Progress of theoretical physics (Suppl 56), p32-53, 1975-07

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  • The ATMS Method and the Three-Nucleon System with Realistic Potentials (Development of the Nuclear Theory Based on the Realistic Force)

    Yoshinori AKAISHI , Motoki SAKAI , Jun HIURA , Hajime TANAKA , Department of Physics Hokkaido University , Department of Physics Hokkaido University , College of Liberal Arts Iwate University , Department of Physics Hokkaido University

    The ATMS method, which is a variational one, is explained. The wave function is constructed from the two-body scattering correlations on the basis of the multiple scattering theory. The triton is trea …

    Progress of theoretical physics (Suppl 56), p6-31, 1975-07

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  • An Octupole Deformation in ^<20>Ne

    Hiroshi NOTO , Yasuhisa ABE , Jun HIURA , Hajime TANAKA , Department of Physics Hokkaido University , Department of Physics Hokkaido University , College of Liberal Arts Iwate University , Department of Physics Hokkaido University

    Progress of theoretical physics = Progress of theoretical physics 52(1), 339-341, 1974-07-25

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  • Properties of Hot Asymmetric Nuclear Matter

    NISHIZAKI S. , Tatsuyuki TAKATSUKA , Jun HIURA , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University

    Thermodynamic properties of asymmetric nuclear matter are studied by the temperature-dependent Hartree-Fock theory with the effective interaction. The asymmetry- and the temperature-dependences of the …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 92(1), p93-109, 1994-07

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  • Effective Two-Nucleon Interaction in Asymmetric Nuclear Matter

    NISHIZAKI S. , Tatsuyuki TAKATSUKA , Naohiro YAHAGI , Jun HIURA , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University , College of Humanities and Social Sciences Iwate University

    On the basis of the G-matrix calculation with the Reid soft core potential, the effective two-nucleon interaction (V^^~) of the central force type in asymmetric nuclear matter is constructed. It is ex …

    Progress of Theoretical Physics 86(4), p853-866, 1991-10

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