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GRDF2_DD2

Abstract

This hadronic EoS table is calculated with a generalized relativistic density functional (GRDF) based on a relativistic mean-field model of nuclear matter with density dependent nucleon-meson couplings using the functional dependence introduced in [TW_1999] and the parametrization DD2 [TRKBP_2010]. See [T_2018,TRKBP_2010,PT_2017,TWRB_2014 ] for details of the EoS model. Besides nucleons, electrons and muons with experimental masses, photons and nuclei are included as degrees of freedom. Two-nucleon correlations in the continuum are considered as effective resonances with medium dependent properties [VT_2012]. The dissolution of nuclei is described with the help of medium dependent mass shifts. Masses of nuclei are taken from the 2016 Atomic mass evaluation [WAKH_2016] if available. For other nuclei the predictions of the DZ31 model [DZ_1995] are used.

Nparam = 3
Particles = npemN
T min = 1.00e-01
T max = 1.00e+02
T pts = 72
nb min = 1.00e-12
nb max = 1.00e+00
nb pts = 301
Y min = 1.00e-02
Y max = 8.00e-01
Y pts = 80

References

References to the original work:
[TRKBP_2010]   S. Typel, G. Röpke, T. Klähn, D. Blaschke, and H.H. Wolter, Phys. Rev. C 81, 015803 (2010)
[T_2018]   Typel, S., J. Phys. G 45, 11400. (2018)
[PT_2017]   Pais, H. and Typel, S., Nuclear Particle Correlations and Cluster Physics, World Scientific, Singapore, pp. 95-132 (2017)
[TWRB_2014]   Typel, S., Wolter, H.H., Röpke, G., Blaschke, D., Eur. Phys. J. A50, 17 (2014)
Further references:
[DZ_1995]   J. Duflo and A. P. Zuker, Phys. Rev. C 52, R23 (1995)
[TW_1999]   Typel, S. and Wolter, H.H., Nucl. Phys. A656 ,331 (1999)
[VT_2012]   Voskresenskaya, M.D. and Typel, S., Nucl. Phys. A887, 42 (2012)
[WGKH_2016]   M. Wang, G. Audi, F. G. Kondev, W. J. Huang, S. Naimi, and X. Xu, Chinese Physics C41, 030003 (2017)

Data sheet

Data

eos.zip (contains all following files and data sheet)
eos.compo
eos.init
eos.micro
eos.mr
eos.nb
eos.t
eos.thermo
eos.yq
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