IP, Slovak Academy of Sciences Bratislava, SLOVAKIA
Manifestations of the nuclear equation of state in dynamical processes such as nucleus-nucleus collisions and fission are investigated. In the nucleus-nucleus collisions at beam energies close to the Fermi energy the isospin degrees of freedom play dominant role and especially the symmetry energy influences the process of isospin equilibration. At relativistic energies, the nuclear equation of state demonstrates itself in the various components of transverse flow such as directed and elliptic flow. Also in the nuclear fission as a large amplitude collective motion the properties of the nuclear medium represented by the nuclear equation of state can be manifested by using properly selected observables. Results of mean-field simulations by solving the Boltzmann equation in a way suitable for these nuclear processes will be presented and compared with the available experimental data.