Md Ashaduzzaman

Md Ashaduzzaman
Green University of Bangladesh · Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

PhD

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Introduction
I am working on the following fields: Nuclear Physics, Nuclear Reactions (Theoretical+Experimental), Heavy Ion Nuclear Reactions, Nuclear Fission Reactions (Binary, Ternary, and True Ternary Fission), and Health and Radiation Physics.
Additional affiliations
October 2019 - present
Green University of Bangladesh
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
March 2014 - January 2018
University of Naples Federico II
Field of study
  • Nuclear Physics

Publications

Publications (12)
Technical Report
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Annual Report of 2020, EEE Department of Green University of Bangladesh
Poster
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Summary of the Research achievement of the EEE Department of Green University of Bangladesh on the year 2020
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The overlap in the mass symmetric region of the reaction products from fusion-fission and quasifission complicates the assignment of symmetric events to complete fusion on the basis of the mass distribution alone. Additional observables, besides mass distribution, should be used. The approach proposed here relies on the fact that fusion-fission and...
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The features of fission fragments formed in the near barrier reaction \(^{32}\hbox {S}\) + \(^{197}\hbox {Au}\) (\(E^\mathrm{lab}_\mathrm{beam}=166\,\hbox {MeV}\)) are investigated. The measurement was performed at the ALTO facility of IPN Orsay, France, with the aim of clarifying the quantitative contribution of the quasi-fission process to the to...
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Nuclear viscosity is an irreplaceable ingredient of nuclear fission collective dynamical models. It drives the exchange of energy between the collective variables and the thermal bath of single particle degrees of freedom. Its dependence on the shape and temperature is a matter of controversy. By using systems of intermediate fissility we have demo...
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Compound nucleus fission and quasi-fission are both binary decay channels whose common properties make the experimental separation between them difficult. A way to achieve this separation could be to probe the angular momentum of the binary fragments. This can be done detecting gamma rays in coincidence with the two fragments. As a case study, the...
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Nuclear viscosity is an indispensable ingredient of the nuclear fission collective dynamical models. It governs the exchange of energy between the collective variables and the thermal bath. Its dependence on the shape and temperature is a matter of controversy. By using systems of intermediate fissility we have demonstrated in a recent study that t...
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Inclusive and exclusive cross sections have been measured for different projectile breakup channels. It is observed that the inclusive cross sections are larger than the exclusive ones. It is found that other processes, besides the direct breakup channel, significantly contribute to the inclusive channels. A clear α+x cluster structure has been fou...
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The system of intermediate fissility 132Ce has been studied experimentally and theoretically to investigate the dissipation properties of nuclear matter. Cross sections of fusion-fission and evaporation-residue channels together with light charged particle multiplicities in both channels, their spectra, light charged particle-evaporation residue an...