come, comv, comp - Return the energy, velocity and momentum of the center of mass of a nuclear reaction
#include <kinem.h>
double come(int ap, int at, double elab);
double comv(int ap, int at, double elab);
double comp(int ap, int at, double elab);
double come_r(int ap, int at, double elab);
double comv_r(int ap, int at, double elab);
double comp_r(int ap, int at, double elab);
Link with -lnuclib.
The come() function returns the kinetic energy of the center of mass of a nuclear reaction calculated in non-relativistic kinematics. Likewise, the comv() and comp() functions return the velocity and linear momentum of the center of mass. Functions come_r(), comv_r() and comp_r() calculate the same quantities in relativistic kinematics.
ap at |
Atomic numbers of projectile and target | ||
elab |
Kinetic energy of projectile in laboratory system in MeV |
The function come()/come_r() returns the value described in units of MeV, comv()/comv_r() returns the value described in units of c (the velocity of light in vacuum), and comp()/comp_r() in units of MeV/c.
This manual page was written by Ricardo Yanez.
Report bugs to <ricardo.yanez@calel.org>.
Copyright © 2004-2017 Ricardo Yanez.
This 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.
proj(3), cn(3), kinem(3)