by Ricardo Yanez

**nuclib** is a collection of nuclear physics functions useful for
calculations in the analisis of data and simulations. The library
consists of many functions that can be called from any C or C++
program. Manual pages and examples are available.

**nuclib** is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any later
version.

This is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty; without even the implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

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**nuclib** uses the GNU Scientific Library (GSL) for numerical
calculations and autoconf,
automake and
libtool for compilation and
installation of the library. All of these are available in most Linux
distributions. Install them before proceeding. (In Debian install
packages `libgsl-dev` `autoconf` `automake` `libtool`)

Untar the source,

$ tar -zxvf nuclib-1.0.0.tar.gz

For a basic installation do shell commands,

$ cd nuclib-1.0.0 $ ./configure $ make $ sudo make install $ make distclean $ sudo ldconfig

Do

$ ./configure --help

Do '`man nuclib`' to see the synopsis and list of function groups. Do '`man alevel`', for example, to see the synopsis and description of a collection of level density parameter functions.

**alevel** groups functions to calculate the level density parameter in
the Fermi-gas model, the temperature dependent level density parameter
of Lestone, and the excitation energy fade-out level density parameter
of Ignatyuk.

**angular** groups functions to calculate angular distributions, in
particular, the fission angular distribution of Vandenbosch and
Huizenga.

**bass** groups functions related to the Bass Model, like the fusion,
interaction and Coulomb barriers, the fusion radius and the fusion cross
section.

**bf** groups functions to calculate fission barriers, in particular, the
Thomas-Fermi fission barrier.

**bn** is a function that returns the neutron binding energy of a nucleus.

**djmk** groups functions to calculate the values of the rotational wave
function used in calculations of angular distributions.

**elastic** groups functions related to elastic scattering.

**epax** groups functions to calculate the fragmentation cross section
according to the EPAX formula.

**folding** is a function to calculate the fission folding angle.

**gngf** is a function to calculate Gn/Gf of a nucleus.

**grazing** is a function to calculate the grazing angle and angular
momentum in a nuclear reaction.

**jave** is a function to calculate the average spin of a compound
nucleus.

**K0** is a function to calculate standard deviation of the
K-distribution.

**kinem** groups functions to calculate kinematical quantities in nuclear
reactions, like the energy and velocity of the center-of-mass, the
velocities and momenta of the compound nucleus and ejectiles, both
relativistic and non-relativistic.

**masses** groups functions to calculate nuclear masses.

**nu** groups functions to calculate neutron multiplicities in fission.

**pxn** is a function to calculate the neutron evaporation probability
from a compound nucleus.

**rldm** groups functions related to the Rotating Liquid Drop model of
Cohen, Plasil and Swiatecki.

**sierk** groups functions related to Finite Range Liquid Drop model of
Sierk.

**symbol** is a function that returns the name of an element.

**tke** is a function that returns the Total Kinetic Energy release in
fission.

**tl** groups functions to calculate transmission coefficients.

**xeff** is a function that calculates the effective fissility parameter.

**zname** is a function that returns the atomic number of a given element.

Many examples can be found in directory `test/`. These programs can be
compiled and used to test the functions. They also serve to illustrate
how to call the functions.

To use the nuclib functions in ROOT load the library with,

gSystem->Load("/usr/local/lib/libnuclib")

and includes

gROOT->ProcessLine(".include /usr/local/include")

nuclib.3 alevel.3 angular.3 bass.3 bf.3 bn.3 djmk.3 elastic.3 epax.3 folding.3 gngf.3 grazing.3 jave.3 K0.3 (kinem.3 cn.3 com.3 proj.3) masses.3 nu.3 pxn.3 rldm.3 sierk.3 symbol.3 tke.3 tl.3 xeff.3 zname.3

range (1.0.0-1) unstable; urgency=low * Initial release. -- Ricardo Yanez <ricardo.yanez@calel.org> Tue Oct 24 16:03:10 PDT 2017

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