- Conference date: 15–19 October 2012
- Location: Beijing, China
The solution of coordinate-space Hartree-Fock-Bogoliubov approach can provide accurate descriptions of weakly-bound nuclei, in which the continuum effect plays an important role. However, this is not an easy task of solving HFB equations for non-spherical nuclei in the continuum. We discuss the exotic shapes obtained by coordinate-space HFB calculations within a large box size on China's Tianhe-1A supercomputer. Calculations with different box sizes are performed to distinguish the quasi-particle resonances and the non-resonance continuum.
- Deformed nuclei
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