T K Jha
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 61 Issue 3 September 2003 pp 517-527
In an axially deformed relativistic mean-field calculation of single-particle energy spectra of
Volume 62 Issue 4 April 2004 pp 827-839
We have investigated the ground-state structures of even-even Hf, W and Os isotopes within the framework of a deformed non-relativistic Hartree-Fock and a relativistic mean field formalism. A majority of the nuclei are predicted to be prolate in shape in the relativistic calculations. On the other hand, contrary to the relativistic results, we predict a shape change in a cyclic order in the non-relativistic calculations. However, in both the cases, the magnitude of the quadrupole deformation parameter agrees well with the experimental data. We also evaluated the hexadecapole deformation parameter for Hf, W and Os isotopes and irrespective of the shape change in quadrupole moments, we find a cyclic change in hexadecapole shape from positive to negative and vice versa in both the relativistic and non-relativistic formalisms.
Volume 62 Issue 4 April 2004 pp 841-859
We have calculated the potential energy surfaces for
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.
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