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Neutron nuclear data evaluation

Panel on Neutron Nuclear Data Evaluation (1971 Vienna)

Neutron nuclear data evaluation

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by Panel on Neutron Nuclear Data Evaluation (1971 Vienna)

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Published by International Atomic Energy Agency, H.M.S.O.] in Vienna, [London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementheld by the International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, 30 August to 3 September 1971.
SeriesTechnical reports series -- no. 146.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14935816M
ISBN 100119602970

This area provides access to the US standard ENDF/B data for various versions, including neutron data, thermal data, charged-particle data, photo-nuclear data, and atomic data. This includes standard evaluation files, interpreted versions of the files, and plots from the processing. Supplementary data, such as energy-balance tests, can also be.   Nuclear Fission and Neutron-Induced Fission Cross-Sections is the first volume in a series on Neutron Physics and Nuclear Data in Science and Technology. This volume serves the purpose of providing a thorough description of the many facets of neutron physics in different fields of nuclear Edition: 1.

Journal Article: Evaluation of the Neutron Data Standards. Evaluation of the Neutron Data Standards. Full Record; Other Related Research Related Research. New evaluations for several actinoids of the third version of China Evaluated Nuclear Data Library (CENDL) have been completed during the period between and The evaluations are for all neutron induced reactions with Uranium, Neptunium, Plutonium and Americium in the mass range A=, , and , respectively.

All of these nuclear data were recently reevaluated. The 2, meter per second neutron cross sections and the neutron resonance integrals evaluation was performed in conjunction with the KAPL Wall-Chart of the Nuclides to insure consistency in the recommended . / - With the need for improving existing nuclear data evaluations, (e.g., ENDF/B-VIII.0 and JEFF releases) the first step was to evaluate the standards for use in such a library. This new standards evaluation made use of improved experimental data and some developments in the methodology of analysis and evaluation.


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Email Address *. Neutron-induced cross sections of He-3 and He-4 were evaluated for JENDL-3 in the energy range from 10(exp -5) eV to 20 MeV. Evaluated quantities are the total and elastic scattering cross sections of He-4 and the total, elastic scattering, (n,p) and (n,d) reaction cross sections of He The total and elastic scattering cross sections of He-4 were analyzed with the R-matrix theory in the.

Neutron nuclear data of O were evaluated for JENDL-3 in the energy range from 10(exp -5) eV to 20 MeV. Evaluated quantities are the total, elastic, and inelastic scattering, (n,2n), (n gamma), (n,p), (n,d), (n alpha), (n, np) and (n, n alpha) reaction cross sections and the angular and energy distributions of emitted neutrons and gamma : Keiichi Shibata, Satoshi Chiba, Tetsuo Asami, Toru Murata.

Neutron nuclear data of Li-7 were evaluated for Japanese Evaluated Nuclear Data Library (JENDL-3) in the energy range from 10 to the -minus 5th power eV to 20 MeV. Evaluated quantities are the total, elastic and inelastic scattering, radiative capture, photon production, (n,Zn), (n,d) and (n,n') alpha tau reaction cross sections and the angular.

All the data in the energy range loW5 eV to 20 MeV were recommended as the data file of ~ for CWL The data was checked with inte- gral data and the consistent was well- ii).

NEUTRON NUCLEAR DATA EVALUATION FOR '~p. The measured data of (n, f), (n, gamma) reaction for ~p. Cite this content as: INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, Nuclear Theory in Neutron Nuclear Data Evaluation, IAEA-TECDOC, IAEA, Vienna ().

The neutron nuclear data of stable mercury isotopes were evaluated in the energy range of eV to 20 MeV. The present evaluation is mainly based on statistical.

Journal of NUCLEAR SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY, 18(6), pp. (June ). Neutron Nuclear Data Evaluation for Thorium-2 3 2 Takaaki OHSAWA and Masao OHTA Department of Nuclear Engineering, Kyushu University" Received Aug Revised February 9, An evaluation was made on the neutron cross sections, resonance parameters and aver.

neutron nuclear data evaluation for ~p The measured data of (n, f), (n, gamma) reaction for ~p have been evaluated in the energy region from 30 Kev to 20 HeV.

Since the effort extends beyond the traditional standards, it is called the neutron data standards evaluation. Evaluation of Neutron Nuclear Data on Bromine and Krypton Isotopes for JENDL Evaluation of Neutron Nuclear Data on Bromine.

and Krypton Isotopes for JENDL Keiichi SHIBATA, Akira ICHIHARA and Satoshi KUNIEDA. Nuclear Data Center, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Tokai-mura, Naka-gun, IbarakiJapan. Nuclear data evaluation of Pb for proton- and neutron-induced reaction in energy region from 20 to MeV Tsuyoshi Kajimoto1, Nobuhiro Shigyo1, Kenji Ishibashi1, Satoshi Kunieda2, and Tokio Fukahori2 1Kyushu University, Nishi-ku, Motooka, Fukuoka Japan 2Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Tokai, Naka, IbarakiJapanFile Size: KB.

This chapter discusses procedures for nuclear data evaluation. Experimental data on the interaction of neutrons with nuclei are available in the energy range from a fraction of an eV to 20 MeV in various degrees of completeness and accuracy.

In the comparison of neutron cross-section data from several measurements, the evaluator often must. Review of neutron cross-section evaluations for fission products included in 5 major evaluated nuclear-data libraries was performed. The aim of the project, conducted under the WPEC Subgroup 21 duringwas to prepare.

Neutron nuclear data evaluation: summary of a panel on neutron nuclear data evaluation held by the International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, 30 August to 3 September Author: International Atomic Energy Agency. Corrigendum to “Evaluation of the Neutron Data Standards” [Nucl. Data Sheetsp.

()] Author links open overlay panel A.D. Carlson a V.G. Pronyaev b R. Capote c G.M. Hale d Z.-P. Chen e I. Duran f F.-J. Hambsch g S.

Kunieda h W. Mannhart i 1 B. Marcinkevicius c j R.O. Nelson d D. Neudecker d G. Noguere k M. Paris d S.P. Simakov l Author: A.D. Carlson, V.G. Pronyaev, R. Capote, G.M. Hale, Z.-P. Chen, I. Duran, F.-J. Hambsch, S.

Kunieda. The National Nuclear Data Center (NNDC) is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy to provide information services in the fields of low and medium energy nuclear physics to users in the United States and Canada. In particular, the Center can provide information on neutron, charged-particle, and photonuclear reactions, nuclear structure, and decay data.

A new evaluation for Am is also given by expanding INTRODUCTION A recent highlight of nuclear-data evaluation is for mi-nor actinides such as americium isotopes, which are get-ting more important for nuclear technology applications, especially for nuclear transmutation, accelerator-driven systems, and high burn-up reactor Size: KB.

New nuclear data set ABBN and its neutron data for some structural materials on the basis of macroscopic experiments. Int. Conf. on Nuclear Data, for Science and Technology, May,Jülich, FRG, Abstracts, pCited by: 2.

Proceedings of the Conference on Nuclear Data Evaluation Methods and Procedures, SeptemberUpton, NY, USA, BNL-NSC, Brookhaven National Laboratory() Google Scholar 2. IAEA Specialists’ Meeting on the “Format for the Exchange of Evaluated Neutron Nuclear Data”, AprilVienna, Austria, INDC(NDS), IAEA() Google Cited by:.

Since the last compilation of beta-delayed neutron data was published inprogress has been made in the production/identification of delayed neutron precursors, and a wealth of data has been published which however, is not yet included in any database.

bDN is a coordinated effort to create a Reference Database for beta-delayed neutron.Nuclear Data: An personal overview Dr Robert Mills, NNL Research Fellow for Nuclear Data. •The Working Party on International Nuclear Data Evaluation Co-operation manages co-operation activities involving the •Applicable to neutron transport, reactor modelling and criticality.This was followed by the compilation and evaluation of neutron data at the National Nuclear Data Center.

The latter activity resulted in the publications of the well-known BNL reports and Neutron Cross Sections, Volume 1 (4th edition) published by Academic Press (); these compendia are frequently referenced in the scientific.