Bose-Einstein Yoğuşmasına Doğal Orbitaller Yaklaşımı

Akbaş, Hatice Zehra; Atav, Ülfet
June 2009
Firat University Journal of Engineering;Jun2009, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p95
Academic Journal
In this study, we have developed a new approach to investigate the ground state properties of many particle boson systems. Within this approach one can obtain the natural orbitals, which are very useful in describing the properties of many body systems and the filling factors of these orbitals. The method was applied to determine the properties of a many boson system trapped in an isotropic harmonical trap. Calculations were performed for systems containing 10 to 2000 particles in the trap and with s-wave scatttering length changing in the range a 0 - 64aRb. The results were compared with the results obtained from the literature.


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