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can you tell me what's the frictional cooling method? it is one of general varional methods, i read it in some nuclear papers,but i cannot understand it, thank you !
 

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Is "varional" a word, or did you make a typo? Please give references to the papers you're talking about. Is this a nuclear physics question, or a nuclear engineering question?
 
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Is "varional" a word, or did you make a typo? Please give references to the papers you're talking about. Is this a nuclear physics question, or a nuclear engineering question?
thank you for your reply, it is about the miscroscopic model of nuclear physics, the frictional cooling method is a variational method, i cannot understand it. the paper: Phys. Rev. C 52, 628–646 (1995) Structure of Li and Be isotopes studied with antisymmetrized molecular dynamics

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