Abdullah AYDIN
Abdullah AYDIN
Professor of Nuclear Physics, Kirikkale University, Physics Department
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A new empirical formula for 14–15 MeV neutron-induced (n, p) reaction cross sections
E Tel, B Şarer, Ş Okuducu, A Aydin, G Tanir
Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics 29 (9), 2169, 2003
Investigation of the pairing effect using newly evaluated empirical studies for 14–15 MeV neutron reaction cross sections
E Tel, A Aydin, G Tanir
Physical Review C 75 (3), 034614, 2007
The study of the (n, 2n) reaction cross-sections for neighbor deformed nuclei in the region of rare-earth elements
E Tel, S Okuducu, A Aydin, B Sarer, G Tanir
acta physica slovaca 54 (2), 191-204, 2004
Calculation of 14–15 MeV (n, d) Reaction Cross Sections Using Newly Evaluated Empirical and Semi-empirical Systematics
A Aydin, E Tel, A Kaplan
Journal of fusion energy 27 (4), 308-313, 2008
Investigation of the properties of the nuclei used on the new generation reactor technology systems
E Tel, HM Şahin, A Kaplan, A Aydin, T Altınok
Annals of Nuclear Energy 35 (2), 220-227, 2008
New calculation of excitation functions of proton-induced reactions in some medical isotopes of Cu, Zn and Ga
A Aydin, B Şarer, E Tel
Applied radiation and isotopes 65 (3), 365-370, 2007
Investigation of 14–15 MeV (n, t) Reaction Cross-sections by Using New Evaluated Empirical and Semi-empirical Systematic Formulas
E Tel, A Aydın, A Kaplan, B Şarer
Journal of fusion energy 27 (3), 188-194, 2008
A new comparison of empirical and semi-empirical formulae for the (n, He-3) reaction cross-sections at 14-15 MeV
A Aydin, E Tel, B Sarer, A KAPLAN
Calculations of neutron-induced production cross-sections of 180,182,183,184,186 W up to 20 MeV
B Şarer, A Aydın, M Günay, ME Korkmaz, E Tel
Annals of Nuclear Energy 36 (4), 417-426, 2009
Level density parameter dependence of the fission cross sections of some subactinide nuclei induced by protons with the incident energy up to 250 MeV
A Aydin, HA Yalim, E Tel, B Şarer, R Ünal, İH Sarpün, A Kaplan, M Dağ
Annals of Nuclear Energy 36 (9), 1307-1312, 2009
Comparison of level density models for the 60, 61, 62, 64 Ni (p, n) reactions of structural fusion material nickel from threshold to 30 MeV
A Aydin, H Pekdogan, A Kaplan, İH Sarpün, E Tel, B Demir
Journal of Fusion Energy 34 (5), 1105-1108, 2015
Equilibrium and pre-equilibrium emissions in proton-induced reactions on 203,205 Tl
A Kaplan, A Aydin, E Tel, B Şarer
Pramana 72 (2), 343-353, 2009
Equilibrium and pre-equilibrium calculations of neutron production in medium–heavy targets irradiated by protons up to 100 MeV
EG Aydın, E Tel, A Kaplan, A Aydın
Annals of Nuclear Energy 35 (12), 2306-2312, 2008
Application of asymmetry depending empirical formulas for (p, nα) reaction cross-sections at 24.8 and 28.5 MeV incident energies
E Tel, EG Aydin, A Aydin, A Kaplan
Applied Radiation and Isotopes 67 (2), 272-276, 2009
Spallation neutron emission spectra in medium and heavy target nuclei by a proton beam up to 140 MeV energy
A Kaplan, E Tel, EG Aydın, A Aydın, M Yılmaz
Applied Radiation and Isotopes 67 (4), 570-576, 2009
New calculation method for initial exciton numbers on nucleon induced pre-equilibrium reactions
E Tel, A Aydin, A Kaplan, B Şarer
Physical Review C 77 (5), 054605, 2008
An investigation for ground state features of some structural fusion materials
H Aytekin, E Tel, R Baldik, A Aydin
Journal of fusion energy 30 (1), 21-25, 2011
Investigation of the nuclear structure of the Be, Cr and Cu isotopes
E Tel, R Baldik, H Aytekin, A Aydin
Annals of Nuclear Energy 36 (9), 1333-1339, 2009
Double differential cross section and stopping power calculations of light charged particle emission for the structural fusion materials 50, 52 Cr
B Demir, İH Sarpün, A Kaplan, V Çapalı, A Aydın, E Tel
Journal of Fusion Energy 34 (4), 808-816, 2015
Photo-neutron cross section calculations of several structural fusion materials
A Kaplan, H Özdoğan, A Aydın, E Tel
Journal of Fusion Energy 32 (3), 344-349, 2013
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