Mathematical modeling and information support


Using quantum evolution equations, new effects of the exactly solved model for hadronization processes in high-energy collisions have been processed. The FORTRAN program for computations of electrons radiation energy transition to lattice vibrations heat energy of the charged particle tracks (particularly in superconductors) has been formulated and tested. Computations of nuclei decays under the influence of relativistic ion beams have been performed [5].

Comparisons of the proton, deuteron and heavy ions beams efficiency in neutron generation and detailed analysis of now-known experimental data have been done. The most important points for additional experimental investigations have been revealed. Large volume Monte Carlo computations for particle transport in various targets, connected with measurement interpretation in particle generation in small-sized targets have been performed. FORTRAN programs for computations of the multiplication coefficient K_eff in critical electronuclear systems have been developed [6]. The data base for the particle- and nucleus-nucleus interactions cross-sections and the PPDS-system are supported.