16.,8.,144.,62.
1.2,-1,1.06,0
1.81,0.205,3,1
1.66,0.11,3,0
6.13,0.733,3,1
0,0.,0.3
105.1,1.1,0.75
30.0,1.,0.1
0.,1.2,0.43
1.1
50.,70.,1.
200
170.,170.,1.
100,0.05
3.,5.
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The first line:
AP,ZP,AT,ZT
The second line:
RP,IVIBROTP,RT,IVIBROTT
(The radius parameter used in the coupling Hamiltonian)
(IVIBROT: option for intrinsic degree of freedom
= -1; no excitation (inert)
= 0 ; vibrational coupling
= 1 ; rotational coupling
IVIBROTP: for projectile excitation
IVIBROTT: for target excitation)
The third line:
OMEGAT,BETAT,LAMBDAT,NPHONONT (if IVIBROTT=0)
E2T,BETA2T,BETA4T,NROTT (if IVIBROTT=1)
(Input for the target excitation)
(This line is irrelevant if IVIBROTT = -1.)
(NROT: the number of levels in the rotational band to be
included (up to I^pi=2*NROTT+ states are included)
e.g. if NROTT=2, then 0+, 2+ and 4+ in the target
are included.)
The 4th line:
OMEGAT2,BETAT2,LAMBDAT2,NPHONONT2
(Input for target phonon excitation; the second mode of
excitation.
For example, the first mode (LAMBDAT) may be a quadrupole
vib. and the second mode (LAMBDAT2) may be an octupole vib.
in the target nucleus.)
(No second target phonon excitation if NPHONONT2=0
OMEGAT2, BETAT2, and LAMBDAT2 are irrelevant
if NPHONONT2=0)
The 5th line:
OMEGAP,BETAP,LAMBDAP,NPHONONP (if IVIBROTP=0)
E2P,BETA2P,BETA4P,NROTP (if IVIBROTP=1)
(Input for the projectile excitation)
(This line is irrelevant if IVIBROTP = -1.)
(NROT: the number of levels in the rotational band to be
included (up to I^pi=2*NROTP+ states are included)
e.g. if NROTP=2, then 0+, 2+ and 4+ in the projectile
are included.)
The 6th line:
NTRANS,QTRANS,FTR
(Input for pair transfer channel)
(NTRANS is either 0 OR 1)
No transfer ch. if NTRANS=0
QTRANS and FTR are irrelevant if NTRANS=0)
(Coupling form factor:
FTRANS(R)=FTR * d VN/ dR)
The 7th line:
V0,R0,A0
(Potential parameters)
The 8th line:
VW,RW,AW
(Parameters for the imaginary part of optical potential)
The 9th line:
VWS,RWS,AWS
(Parameters for the surface imaginary part of optical potential)
The 10th line:
RC (the Coulomb radius)
The 11th line:
EMIN,EMAX,DE
The 12th line:
LMAX
The 13th line:
THMIN,THMAX,DTH
(theta_min, theta_max, and the step to plot the angular distribution,
all in the unit degree and in the center of mass frame.
If theta_min = theta_max, the code provides an excitation function
at the fixed angle.)
The 14th line:
RMAX,DR
The 15th line:
RMIN,RCOUPCUT
(In order to avoid a numerical instability, the code solves the c.c.
equations from RMIN to RMAX. For the same reason, the off-diagonal
components of the coupling potential are assumed to be zero for
r < RCOUPCUT. These are justified under a strong absorption in
the inner region.)