In a quantum Fermi system the energy per particle calculated at the second order beyond the mean-field approximation diverges if a zero-range interaction is employed. We have previously analyzed this problem in symmetric nuclear matter by using a simplified nuclear Skyrme interaction, and proposed a strategy to treat such a divergence. In the present work, we extend the same strategy to the case of the full nuclear Skyrme interaction. Moreover we show that, in spite of the strong divergence (similar to Lambda(5), where Lambda is the momentum cutoff) related to the velocity-dependent terms of the interaction, the adopted cutoff regularization can be always simultaneously performed for both symmetric and nuclear matter with different neutron-to-proton ratios. This paves the way for applications to finite nuclei.

Second-order equation of state with the full Skyrme interaction : toward new effective interactions for beyond-mean-field models / K. Moghrabi, M. Grasso, X. Roca-Maza, G. Colo. - In: PHYSICAL REVIEW. C, NUCLEAR PHYSICS. - ISSN 0556-2813. - 85:4(2012), pp. 044323.1-044323.14. [10.1103/PhysRevC.85.044323]

Second-order equation of state with the full Skyrme interaction : toward new effective interactions for beyond-mean-field models

X. Roca-Maza
Penultimo
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G. Colo
Ultimo
2012

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In a quantum Fermi system the energy per particle calculated at the second order beyond the mean-field approximation diverges if a zero-range interaction is employed. We have previously analyzed this problem in symmetric nuclear matter by using a simplified nuclear Skyrme interaction, and proposed a strategy to treat such a divergence. In the present work, we extend the same strategy to the case of the full nuclear Skyrme interaction. Moreover we show that, in spite of the strong divergence (similar to Lambda(5), where Lambda is the momentum cutoff) related to the velocity-dependent terms of the interaction, the adopted cutoff regularization can be always simultaneously performed for both symmetric and nuclear matter with different neutron-to-proton ratios. This paves the way for applications to finite nuclei.
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