Keshab C Panda
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 82 Issue 4 April 2014 pp 617-618
Volume 82 Issue 5 May 2014 pp 778e-778f
Volume 82 Issue 5 May 2014 pp 831-839
Recent observations of high mass pulsar PSRJ1614-2230 has raised serious debate over the possible role of exotics in the dense core of neutron stars. The precise measurement of mass of the pulsar may play a very important role in limiting equation of state (EoS) of dense matter and its composition. Indirectly, it may also shape our understanding of the nucleon–hyperon or hyperon–hyperon interactions which is not well known. Within the framework of an effective chiral model, we compute models of neutron stars and analyse the hyperon composition in them. Further related implications are also discussed.
Volume 82 Issue 5 May 2014 pp 841-849
The direct part of real 𝛼−𝛼 interaction potential is calculated in the simple folding model using density-dependent Brink–Boeker effective interaction. The simple folding potentials calculated from the short- and finite-range components of this effective interaction are compared with their corresponding double folding results obtained from the oscillator model wave function to establish the relative accuracy of the model. It is found that the direct part of real 𝛼–𝛼 interaction potential calculated in the simple folding model is reliable.
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