Condensed Matter

   

Chaotic End-State Oscillation of 4H/TSC and WS Fusion

Authors: Akito Takahashi

As a model mechanism to explain anomalous excess heat results observed by nano-Ni-H systems, the weak-strong (WS) fusion rate estimation during the unresolved effective life time of end state for the 4H/TSC condensation/collapse motion is of key issue. The effective life of collapsed end state on the order of 1 fs is expected. Computer simulation study was done in this work using the HME-Langevin program, using several key conditions as time-dependent TSC trapping potential, fix-up at 2.4 fm p-p distance of proton hard core collision, and the DDL (deep Dirac level) component effect by relativistic motion of electrons. Computer simulation generated chaotic oscillation of p-p distance of 4H/TSC in the range of 3-100 fm, behaving as near stable (strange attractor) lasting for rather long time ( a few fs or more may be expected).

Comments: 25 Pages. Preprint of draft paper to JCF16 Proceedings

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[v1] 2015-12-24 17:22:53
[v2] 2015-12-25 23:51:50
[v3] 2015-12-27 18:05:22

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