Optical Model Parameter Segment

Data required for preparing inputs for optical model calculations and, in addition, one FORTRAN code for microscopic calculation of optical model parameters.

README File (2.4kB)

The RIPL potentials 9101(Huizenga Igo), 9401(Nolte) and 9600(Avrigeanu) for alpha-induced reactions were corrected in the RIPL-2 database on 13-September-2005.

Optical Model Potential (OMP) Parameters

Phenomenological OMP Library

The library is divided into two parts: an Archive File that contains all phenomenological optical model potentials that have been compiled, and a Users File that is a subset of the archival file with all single-energy potentials removed.

Index of Users File (39kB)
Users File (1278kB)
Archive File(1546kB)
README File (10kB)

Retrieval of OMP Index

Atomic number (Z) of Target Mass number (A) of Target Incident Particle

Retrieval of OMP Data

Atomic number (Z) of Target Mass number (A) of Target OMP Index Minimum Incident Energy [MeV] Maximum Incident Energy [MeV]

Optical Model Calculations

Deformation Parameters

Recommended deformation parameters (beta-2 and beta-3) for 1643 collective levels retrieved from the JENDL-3.2 evaluations, ENSDF and the literature [1-3].

[1] S. Raman, C. W. Nestor, S. Kahane, and K. H. Bhatt; Atomic Data and Nucl. Data Tables, 42, 1 (1989).
[2] S. Raman, C. W. Nestor, and P. Tikkanen; Atomic Data and Nucl. Data Tables, 78, 1 (2001).
[3] T. Kibedi and R. H. Spear; Atomic Data and Nucl. Data Tables, 80, 35 (2002).

Data File (95kB)
README File (4.2kB)

Retrieval of Deformation Parameters

Atomic number (Z) Mass number (A) (blank for all masses)


Code for Retrieving Optical Model Potentials

FORTRAN code and associated files that can be used to prepare inputs for the SCAT2000 and ECIS96 optical model codes using the RIPL-2 OMP libraries. The code can also be used to tabulate parameters in function of incident energy.

Code (84kB)
README File (5.7kB)

Code MOM

FORTRAN code from Bruyeres-le-Chatel for semi-microscopic calculation of nucleon-nucleus spherical optical model potential by folding the target radial matter density with an OMP in nuclear matter based on the Brueckner-Hartree-Fock work of Jeukenne, Lejeune and Mahaux.

Code (66kB)
README File (1.7kB)
Manual (PS, 213kB)

Code for Calculating alpha-particle Optical Model Potentials

FORTRAN code providing optical model parameters for alpha-particles using real potential volume integrals of Atzrott et al. [1], geometry systematics and dispersion relation. The optical model potentials can be produced in the mass range A=16 - 208 and for incident energies from Coulomb barrier up to 150 MeV.

[1] U. Atzrott et al. , Phys. Rev. C 53, 13336 (1996).

Code (9.7kB)
README File (2.1kB)

Utility Codes for Optical Model Parameters

FORTRAN codes for updating, indexing and sorting the RIPL-2 optical model parameter library.

Codes (9.7kB)
README File (4.3kB)

Koning-Delaroche Optical Model Parameters (KD02)

Stand-alone code kd02.f for calculating optical model parameters from the Koning and Delaroche global neutron and proton optical model potential.

Codes (8.1kB)
README File (3.8kB)

Cross Section Systematics (TOTELA)

FORTRAN code TOTELA calculates neutron- and proton-induced total, elastic scattering and reaction cross sections and angular distribution of elastic scattering in the intermediate energy region (from 20 MeV to 3 GeV). TOTELA is based on the Pearlstein systematics [1] modified to reproduce available experimental data.

[1] S. Pearlstein: Nucl. Sci. Eng. 95, 116 (1987).

Code (202kB)
README File (1.9kB)