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Mac+mic, LSD Mac+mic, LSD model model A.Dobrowolski et A.Dobrowolski et al, al, PRC 75, 024613 PRC 75, 024613 (2007) (2007) Mac+mic, FRDM model Mac+mic, FRDM model P. Moller et al, P. Moller et al, PRC 79, 064304 (2009) PRC 79, 064304 (2009) Gogny DFT, Gogny DFT, J.-P. Delaroche et al, J.-P. Delaroche et al, NPA 771, 103 NPA 771, 103 (2006). (2006). CDFT : actinides H. Abusara, AA and P. Ring, PRC 82, CDFT : actinides H. Abusara, AA and P. Ring, PRC 82, 044303 044303 (2010) (2010) superheavies: H. Abusara, AA and P. Ring, PRC 85, 024314 superheavies: H. Abusara, AA and P. Ring, PRC 85, 024314 (2012) (2012) Fission barriers: theory versus experiment [state-of- Fission barriers: theory versus experiment [state-of- the-art] the-art] No fit of functionals (parameters) to fission barriers or fission No fit of functionals (parameters) to fission barriers or fission isomers isomers only in mac+mic (Kowal) and CDFT only in mac+mic (Kowal) and CDFT NL3*
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Staszczak et al, PRC 87, 024320 (2013) – Skyrme SkM* . Kowal et al, PRC 82, 014303 (2010) – WS pot. + Yukawa exponent. mod Moller et al, PRC 79, 064304 (2009) – folded Yukawa pot. + FRDM mode
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Inner fission barrier heights as obtained in axially symmetric RHB with separable pairing provides upper limit for inner barrier height
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Conclusions 1. The accuracy of the description and theoretical uncertainties have be quantified for - deformations [PRC 88, 014320 (2013) and PRC 92,054310 (201 - masses, separation energies [PRC 89, 054320 (2014), 92, 054310 (20 - -decays [PRC 92,054310 (2015)] - fission barriers [PLB 689, 72 (2010), PRC 82, 044303 (2010) PRC 85, 024314 (2012), also in progress] - single-particle energies [PRC 84, 014305 (2011), PLB 706, 177 (201 NPA 944, 388 (2015)] moments of inertia [PRC 88, 014320 (2013), Phys. Scr. 89, 054001 (20 - pairing [PRC 88, 014320 (2013) and PRC 89, 054320 (2014)] in actinides and superheavy nuclei. . Detailed analysis with deformation included does not confirm importance of the N=172 spherical shell gap . On the contrary, number of functionals show important role of the N=184 shell gap 3. Some functionals do not predict spherical SHE around Z=120 and N=184 lines !!!
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Conclusions 4. Available experimental data in actinides and SHE does not allow to give a clear preference to a specific functional predictions in the Z~120, N~184 region. 5. Be careful with the predictions based on 2n (Z,N) and 2p (Z,N) quantities obtained in spherical calculations !!!
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Conclusions 4.
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