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MacFarlane. and radiation-damage-energy THERMR 7 . This user’s manual provides a concise description of the code. W. code installation instructions. Full descriptions of theory. D. I. VOLUME I: USER’S MANUAL by R. Boicourt ABSTRACT The NJOY nuclear data processing system is a comprehensive computer code package for producing cross sections for neutron and photon transport calculations from ENDF/B-IV and -V evaluated nuclear data. sample problems. I The NJOY1-3 nuclear data processing system is a comprehensive computer code package for producing pointwise and multigroup neutron and photon cross sections 4 from ENDF/B-IV and -V evaluated nuclear data. and programming details are given in subsequent q II. in effective region. INTRODUCTION TO VOL. mevolumes of this report. tors) pointwise pointwise sections the unresolved-resonance (kerma facproduces heat production production cross cross sections sections. and sample problems. operating instructions. and installation instructions. E. The from RECONR ENDF/B and module reconstructs parameters cross pointwise and (energy-dependent) schemes. input instructions. and R. M. computes sections resonance thins interpolation UNRESR Doppler-broadens self-shielded HEATR generates pointwise cross sections. thods.THE NJOY NUCLEAR DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM. each performing a well-defined q processing cross BROADR task. This document provides a concise description of the (10/81) version of the code. CODE DESCRIPTION The NJOY code consists of a set of modules. Muir.

MODER changes ENDF/B “tapes” and other ENDF-like NJOY interface files back and forth between formatted (that is. MINX. 3412 Hillview Ave. 6 for transport codes.17 for better behavior at high temperatures *EPRI-CELL and EPRI-CPM are proprietary codes. inelastic) are reconstructed from their parts. for the CCCC standard7 interface files ISOTXS. NJOY incorporates and improves upon the features of It also includes and extends the photon production interaction capabilities of GAMLEG.15 The methods used in these modules are described in detail in subsequent volumes of this report. ing pointwise future use. ERRORR produces multigroup of ERRORR covariance matrices and performs from ENDF/B uncertainties.13 and the its direct ancestor. GROUPR generates self-shielded multigroup cross sections. Additional information can be obtained from the Electric Phwer Rese~rch Institute.incoherent inelastic energy-to-energy matrices for free or bound scatterers. Palo Alto. 2 . California 94394. plotting and output formatting covariance data data DTFR CCCCR formats multigroup formats multigroup BRKOXS.ll the of PUFF. such as DTF-IV5 and ANISN. grid for all to The following brief account will make the general flow reads an ENDF/B tape and produces a common energy such that all cross by linear sections can be RECONR reactions within (the union grid) tolerance obtained a specified interpolation. of the code clear.* POWR prepares Finally.1° the photon heating capabilities of MACK. total. Resonance cross sections are calculated with the methods of RESEND. MATXSR formats multigroup data for the MATXS cross-section libraries for the Los Alamos continlibraries for the EPRI-CELL The ACER module prepares uous-energy Monte Carlo code MCNP. criterion to reduce the Summation cross sections The resultq q of grid points (for example. and photon production matrices from pointwise input. group-to-group neutron scattering matrices.16 but a new method of choosing the energy grid is used that incorporates control of the number of significant number figures generated and a resonance-integral generated for some materials. interface file. and incoherent elastic cross sections.9 capabilities of LAPHANO. coherent elastic cross sections for hexagonal materials. method cross sections are written onto a “point-ENDF” (PENDF) tape for BROADR reads a PENDF tape and Doppler-broadens modified the data using the and low of SIGMA1. COVR reads the output operations.8 and EPRI-CPM codes. and DLAYXS. BCD or ASCII) and blocked-binary modes.12 the covariance capabilities thermal capabilities of FLANGE-1114 and HEXSCAT. GAMINR calculates multigroup photon interaction cross sections and kerma factors and group-to-group photon scattering matrices.

versus region. UNRESR uses the methods pointwise cross sections. the angular representation Elastic incoherent is converted to one based on equally probable angles. and the discrete scattering angles Prompt fission is treated with a groupin a special “groupwise-ENDF” format arising for thermal coherent reactions. the method of HEXSCAT15 with an improved treatment at high incoherent scattering matrices can be computed using a precomputed for Energy-to-energy free scattering or for bound scattering in ENDF format. which provides the scattering matrix. taneously. Self-shielded cross sections. and the radiation damage results use the special identifier 444. with Legendre order Q from initial energy E.energies. added to the PENDF tape using ENDF/B reaction numbers in the 300 series. is computed using a center-of-mass even for small Gaussian q high accuracy Legendre components Special features are included for delayed neutrons. tion files are used in both methods when available. The results are written 3 . the coupled angle and energy dependence of the thermal scattering matrix.@) The secondary angle and energy grids are determined adaptively so as to represent the function to a desired precision by linear interpolation. The summation from their parts. and photon production ence being . The results for all the processes are added to the PENDF tape using special formats and reaction numbers. form factor S(a. wise cross sections using in the thermal range. of ETOX18 temperature 9 The results to produce effective cross self-shielded section. a pointwise flux solution can be generated for a heavy absorber in a light moderator. in the matrices are all averaged function that describes in a unified way. THERMR produces point- Bragg edges in coherent scattering are produced energies. to-group matrix. the only differthe “feed” into secondary group g’ The feed for two-body scattering integration of scheme. results are written out on a PENDF tape for future use. production HEATR computes both heating and radiation-damage-energy e using momentum balance (for The ENDF/B photon producThe heating results are capture) or energy balance (for all other reactions). GROUPR processes the pointwise cross sections produced by the modules de19 form using the Bondarenko flux-weighting model. scribed above into multigroup As an option. is represented” using equally probable angles scattering computed analytically. the The union grid allows all resonance reactions to be broadened simulresulting cross in a great savings of processing sections are again reconstructed time. After broadening. scattering matrices. and background are added in the unresolved-resonance to the PENDF tape in a special format.

‘DISSPLA is a proprietary graphics software package. fis- * The COVR module uses the widely available DISSPLA* plotting software 21 to make publication-quality plots of covariance data. routines to prepare covariance libraries for various sensitiis a simple reformatting code that produces cross-section It also converts the GROUPR DTFR tables acceptable to most discrete-ordinates codes. storage allocation. tope x matrices or isotope x vectors collapsed BRKOXS file includes self-shielding factors for elastic removal. cross sections.. The code can easily be de- composed into 15 independent programs and a user library. for data given as resonance parameters or ratios (for example. free-form input. it also provides a site for user-supplied vity systems.(GENDF) for later use by the output formatting modules. cross sections are also generated. GROUPR) as requested by the user’s input commands. GAMINR uses a special- Coherent and incoherent form factors 20 are processed in Photon heat order to extend the useful range of the results to lower energies. tion possible. . For more information. is also a straightforward supported. The In the cross-section file (ISOTXS). Note that some of the cross sections producible with NJOY are not defined in the CCCC-IV files. reformatting and photon production matrices.). production tape. Special features are included to process section covariances sion . MATXSR input reformats to the GENDF data into the MATXS file format. code. covariance cross data are combined from several The cross sections and ENDF 9 in a way that includes the effects of deriving one others. ized version of GROUPR. The MATXS format is suitable for uses flexible TRANSX postprocessor naming conventions that allow it to store all NJOY data types except delayed neutron and delayed photon spectra. which program. can either produce The results are saved on a GENDF cross sections using the ERRORR its own multigroup methods of GROUPR or start from a precomputed set. DTFR also contains This makes complex edits such as gas producsystem-dependent plotting routines for the CCCCR P. 4186 Sorrento Valley Blvd. fission matrix to x and ~af and prepares a photon production matrix if desired. The NJOY level also contains utility routines used by all other modules (for example. 4 . The user can define edit cross sections that are any linear combination of the cross sections on the GENDF tape. each module simply calls in each primary is a separate overlay. The main overlay (NJOY) RECONR. scattering matrices. contact Integrated Software Systems Corp. California 92121. San Diego.. . and ENDF/B input/output). In the reference version of the code. overlay (for example. All of the CCCC-IV7 options are the user can choose either isousing any specified flux.

Some input examples follow. As an example of when the (/) is useful.E. unchanged. The flow through the modules of NJOY is controlled by module names and input/output logical unit numbers.*.-. For exponent the E.Z+l 1. fields. tain whether For this reason. A module typically reads data from an input Sometimes auxil- unit.numeral. NJOY INPUT INSTRUCTIONS All NJOY input is in free form. The output of one module is often 5 . it is good practice to use a (/) at the end of the input data for that data block.R. the NJOY utilities A subroutine FREE has been included among Fields on the input cards are to provide this capability. and spaces are not allowed before points are not required after numbers. This fea- The part of the input line to the right of the (/) can be used for comments if desired.2E1 12 12. as in the Hollerith data cards until reading successive the expected usually resulting in an error condition. blank words. The array is preset to 17 Instead. modifies it. the input for another. FREE will go on NZA words are found. This is accomplished by calling FREE with NZA = 17 (the number of Hollerith words required to fill the 66 columns available for an ENDF/B “comment”). if the user is uncerto “satisfy” a particular he has supplied enough input parameters call to FREE. The form nR causes the following number to be rethe input for one call to FREE (it may times.2 El 4RU235 (does not mean “right-justify”) The input to the NJOY sample problems. he can write *MESSAGE*/ where the (/) terminates the process of replacing the default blanks with actual input (“MESSAGE” in this example). and writes the results on an output unit. delimited by any character not used for another purpose (+.III./). so that the user need not blank-fill the line explicitly. in several NJOY routines a record of Hollerith information is constructed from user input. LEGAL 1.2E2 ILLEGAL 1. Section IV. *U235* 4HU235 5R0 2R 1. (/) terminates involve more than one card) leaving any unread variables ture is often used to default variables from the right. The user should be cautioned block that is incomplete. provides additional illustrations of the syntax of free-form input. input that if the (/) is omitted from an input data example above. iary inputs or multiple outputs are required.H. The Hollerith entries may Decimal use nHSTRING peated n or *STRING*. the E must be present.

For materials with many resoto relax (increase) this such as ‘3Nb and 238U. modules.*RECONR* 21 22 . Upton. The following instructions sections is reprothe the current as Appendix this supplement material in Appendix A by providing expanded descriptions of the significance of certain input parameters. [input for RECONR] *BROADR* 22 25 . it may be necessary somewhat in order to reduce the running time.005 (% %). . [input for BROADR] . RECONR Module NENDF. . . NJOY Module IOPT. BCD or ASCII) binary modes. The user may assign unit numbers from 20 through 99 for linking also not accept used.”. This is the unit containing mode an ENDF/B-IV possible * or -V tape.. and units 5-7 are used for system input and output files. which Unit numbers from 10-19 means that the for Many modules file is corresponding are reserved scratch files. the modules can be connected in many ways. Because the files on most units’ are in ENDF/B format. report are included as comment cards at the start of set of comment-card A. B. New York. nances. NJOY provides for a special blocked-binary mode for the ENDF/B files. . The files can be saved at any point for later restart. (that It is that binary be used whenever is. convert back and forth between formatted The MODER module can be used to and blocked- (that is. Additional details will be found in subsequent vol- umes of this report. A.. When operating in a time-sharing environment (IOPT = 1). Other combinations will be found in the sample problems. use MODER). . lar long output is still available for the system printer.. Such files are indicated with negative unit numbers. O as a unit number. A reasonable value is 0. . Detailed each module duced in input instructions (overlay). the code The regu- routes input prompts and short output messages to the terminal (TTY). recommended ERR. * ENDF/B tapes are available” from the National Nuclear at Brookhaven National Laboratory. 6 Data Center (NNDC) .

it is often from previous data at a lower temperature. and thinning are not normally performed is lower. be thinned. of resonances HEATR Module NPK. none of the input cross sections are copied to the output. 7 .. . ENDF/B-V lead).. at zero Kelvin (TEMPR = O). and (If ISTART = O. In some cases. NDIGIT must be less than or equal to 7. These parameters reduce control an optional resonance-integral of energy points generated which helps the number resonance reconstruction. if permitted by the word length of the computer... 900. The option can be turned off by specifying ERRMAX = ERR. the job runs out of time while doing the last temperature. thinning during procedure. BROADR can then be used to Doppler-broaden ture with great accuracy. 2.TEMPR. it is recommended that resonance reconstruction be performed In general. It is recommended Broadening (See Item B above. .MTK. and no two energies are allowed to be equal. ERRMAX. If thinning was used. ERRTHN. and can Cross sections become smoother with Doppler broadening that ERRTHN ~ ERR be used. MTK = 444 can be requested to obtain the total radiation damage Other partials are useful in connection with IPRINT= production cross section. in useful to “restart” attempting to produce cross sections at 300. BROADR Module ISTART. it is useful to for example to the top of the resolved-resonance energy range or to an energy that avoids sharp steps or triangular representations D. whichever further reduce this energy.. For strucfound for some evaluations (for example.ERRINT. For formatted output. continue the job using the output of the aborted run as input. Resonances can be constructed directly at an elevated temperature using the $X resonance shapes (with some loss in accuracy and great savings in time) for single-level Breit-Wigner or Adler-Adler representations. Usually only the total kerma is needed (NPK = O). . errors will accumulate. . Since Doppler broadening is comparatively expensive. For example. Set ISTART = 1 and TEMP1 = 900. the for a subsequent second run can be much faster than the first. the input “Bootstrap” refers to using the output of one broadening run as higher temperature run. tural metals.. However. NDIGIT. . . . and 2100 K. or the inelastic threshold. larger values are allowed with binary output.) above 1 MeV THNMAX. . ficant * digits to the desired tempera- All energies are adjusted to have exactly this number of signibefore the cross section is computed.. .. c. ) ISTRAP.

. the energy appears elsewhere interactions. If this option reveals violations of energy balance. tape For example. F.SIGZ. NIN.NQA. which must be in the range 201-250. in the system as a result of photon this energy should be in- If photon transport is not treated. NSIGZ. . THERMR Module NENDF. cluded in the local heating (LOCAL = 1).. tape. in descending order.. with a.. The temperatures on the from the main evaluation. if a single a “TA131” record. In both codes. . . One or more “background” cross sections must be specified in of self-shielded group constants using the Bondarenko The requested temperatures must occur on the input PENDF barns for the calculation formalism. WGHT.MATDP. Computed kerma factors are compared with limits obtained from kinematics.MATDE. the energy carried away from the energy available for local heating is normally (LOCAL = O).E1O first. values used in UNRESR. Because of lack of uniformity in evaluation practices. E.MTA. it is sometimes necessary to override the evaluator’s Q-values. The thermal ENDF data (only MF = 7 is used) are available on Each material has a special MAT number to No tape or MATDE value is a special set of tapes (320-325). For infinite dilution. PENDF tape must include the desired values from the thermal tape. and the capture photon many spectrum is compared to the available energy. .. he must use ENDF/B data structure which. MTREF. Thermal data generated by this module are written onto the PENDF The MATXSR module using MT = MTREF.. IPRINT = 2.QA. NATOM. or because of the varying energy values of the separate isotopes in an element. 2 for hydrogen in water. If the user wishes to supply his own weight function. required for free gas scattering. This option is provided mainly for evaluators. and by convention... by photons If photon production subtracted data are available.. SIGZ is read in. SIGZ = 1.E1O. the results of both heating and gamma dose calculations must be held in doubt. The MAT numbers on the input PENDF tape are the MAT numbers not the thermal MAT number.22 be used for MATDE and a special list of temperatures. This is a particular 8 . If unresolved to the PENDF tape using UNRESR. . GROUPR Module NTEMP.. the NSIGZ SIGZ values in GROUPR do not have to agree with the O. = 1. . data have been added NSIGZ = 1.. . recognizes the MT-numbers given in Table I.. .TEMP. LOCAL.

TABLE I REACTION NUMBERS FOR THERMAL SCATTERING ENDF/B-V 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 233 234 231 232 235 236 ENDF/B-IV 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 219 220 229 230 CONTENTS free gas HinHO inelas ?“ H in CH2 lC elastic H in CH inelastic H in 3 rH elastic H in ZrH benzene Din DO inelas ?“ graphite lC elastic graphite inelastic Be elastic Be inelast” c BeO elastic BeO inelast” cZr’nZrH elastic Zr in ZrH interpolation scheme INT is card 1 card 2 0. weight is required. 0. 2 specifies that WGHT is a linear function of E between points and INT = 5 specifies that log(WGHT) is a linear function of log(E) between points. N employed.. MT451). so the user can select from this list the reactions he wishes to process. a list of for this material and (MT-numbers) the (MAT-number).4. and INT specifies the functional For example.N)/ Here N is the number of energy-weight pairs.WGHT(I).. Only The (/) shown after the final This is a departure from the normal NJOY convention where prema- (/) is needed turely.. given evaluation all the “files” can be obtained (MF-numbers) user should from the “dictionary” “sections” (MF1. 9 A table of ENDF/B MT-numbers is . 0 0 1 N INT cards 3. The first examine list of sections of file 3. reproduced here as Appendix B. GROUPR requires that the user specify each reaction type Further. .I=l.MTNAME. Each section describes a different nuclear reaction. has the following form.. INT= form to be used to connect the points. (E(I).” a reaction type that is absent in the evaluation. if the reading of a data block is to be terminated MFD. it is illegal to request The MT-numbers used in a to be processed using its ENDF/B “MT-number.MTD.

To process one matrix reaction (that is. MT103-15O are charged particle angular d stribut ons and should not be requested as matrices. one inputs data cards such as 3 3 Here MFD=3 103 105/ a *(N. This name is only used to There are sev- label the listing and is optional as shown by the second line.P)*/ . DTFR). three are computed using MF1 yields and MF3 fission cross sections. a consecutive sequence of MTDs can be specified as follows. GROUPR pro- 8 group-to-group that can be converted into the For simple traditional evaluations. and . eral special MT-numbers recognized by NJOY while processing vectors.2N)*/. The reaction types with scattering data are most easily found under MF=4 in the dictionary. 3 3 6 6 51 -76 51 -76 *FIRST INELASTIC LEVEL*/ *HIGHER INELASTIC LEVELS*/ *FIRST INELASTIC LEVEL*/ *HIGHER INELASTIC LEVELS*/ * All values of MTD from 51 through 76 will then be processed into both vectors and matrices. vector.P)” is the user-supplied name for the reaction. 3 18 6 18 ‘FISSION XSEC*/ *FISSION MATRIX*/ 10 . group-to-group scattering).In order to process reaction “vectors” (as opposed to group-to-group transfer matrices). Fissionable duces a prompt materials fission introduce some additional matrix complexity. it is only necessary to make this request. not file 3. Caution: MF4. use use MFD=6 as in this example: 6 16 *(N. MTD=103 is the section to be processed. As a convenience feature. &Jf and x vectors by later modules (for example. specifies “(N. MT 252 253 258 259 452 455 456 Meaning ~ (average scattering cosine) ~ (average log decrement) mean lethargy mean reciprocal velocity total fission yield delayed fission yield prompt fission yield The last r The first three are computed from fundamental definitions.

(n.F)*/ *(N. but the results are for large group structures (for example. 235U . Spectrum from MF/MT Incident Energy MTD Requested 18 or 452 19 or 456 455 5/18 5/19 5/455 1 MeV 1 MeV 2 MeV The incident energy can be changed at line 407 of GROUPR. 3 18 3 3 3 3 6 6 6 6 19 20 21 38 19 20 21 38 *TOTAL FISSION*/ *(N. (MFD=5) can be used. For such cases. second-chance fourth-chance representation fission fission of the MT21. the partial matrices to obtain the total fission matrix. direct fission (n. If are the evaluation includes photon production data. A final complication fission.3N)F*/ A subsequent module. such as DTFR or MATXSR. the user materials should request these.N)F*/ *(N.3N)F*/ *(N.In several important evaluations. the following input is recommended.f). dictionary by the presence . a more and MT38.F)*/ *(N. however.3n)f. can add Note that 6/18 is omitted. accurate The procedure makes possible high-energy portion of the fission spectrum when fission is induced by neutrons with energies above 5 or 6 MeV. 238U . the evaluator has divided the fission process (n. the short-cut fission spectrum option The MTD-value selects the parameters as follows.n’)f.2N)F*/ *(N. the especially 620-group dosimetry set). MT20. For those of fission is the existence of delayed neutrons from that contain delayed neutron data. 3 5 455 455 *DELAYED NUBAR*/ *DELAYED CHI*/ A later module can add the delayed data to the prompt matrix in order to obtain “steady-state” values for ~af and x. into parts: MT19. of fission is very general.N)F*/ *(N. The matrix representation bulky and expensive. GROUPR will prepare a These reactions of MF=12 (photon 11 neutron-to-photon identified transfer matrix in the material for each reaction requested. 239 Pu). third-chance fission (n.2N)F*/ *(N.2n)f. For such evaluations (for example.

NGOUT. . coarser than the output structure. although. in the sample problems. for example. input a data card with MFD=MF+4. Only tape NOUT of one run becoming the input covariance two unit numbers need be employed. the reaction list is assumed to be identical to the list of sections contained in file 31 or file 33 (see MFCOV below). NPEND.. For Version library is complete. 504. and 621. 602. GAMINR examples Module This option provides the user with a standard list of reaction 16 16 of *N2N GROUND STATE*/ *N2N ISOMER PRODUCTION*/ input will be found . H. deriving data. or a GENDF tape. 16 17 The ENDF/B-V for the production converted 102 3 *CAPTURE GAMMA PRODUCTION*/ *NON-ELASTIC GAMMA PRODUCTION*/ . spectively. depending on the value of IREAD.. For each reaction.. 502. or both. ance” reactions specifically list. with the data going back and To save time. forth between them until the multimaterial binary files should be used IREAD. 516. NIN. the same can be achieved a series of ERRORR runs. (MF9) or cross sections (MF1O) These files are re- format includes multiplicities of radioactive nuclides. for example. and 516. MF13 (photon production cross sections).production yields). matrices for 502. the list of reactions for which covariances are produced is constructed in one of several ways. NGOUT. . If IREAD=O. with the output tape NIN of the covariance next. The user must supply either a PENDF tape. for this purpose. 12 For certain If IREAD=l.NOUT. only the “covari- named by the user will be included in the reaction this option can save considerable execution applications. 90 91 Severs” G. into multigroup form by requesting MFD=90+level or MFD=100+1evel. V. ERRORR Module NPEND. 504. requested Group cross sections need not be in the same group structure as the if the input group structure is much output covariances. . including isomers.. types suitable for all elements: vectors for 501. . GROUPR MFD=-l. . with processed pointwise or groupwise data produced by another NJOY module. effect an effective rather crude approximations cross sections will be made in set of fine-group from the coarse input Although ERRORR lacks an explicit multimaterial by executing loop. Note that 621 is assigned specially for the photon heat production cross section.

MATD/MTj) combinations. -23 -24 *GROUPR*/ PREPARE GENDF WITH MULTIGROUPED NUBARS. plus matrices among for all (MATD/MTi. In either case. it is neces- (MFCOV=31) or cross sections sary to supply multigrouped ~ values on a GENDF tape (that is. MATlk/M~lk) combinations. as before. AND 22. MATlm/MTlm). o 5 *MODER*/ MOUNT ENDF TAPES 515. the contribution of the uncertainty individual resonance parameters tainty in infinite-dilution (file 32) is included in the calculated uncer- group cross sections. covariance library (238U part only). 1 -23 *ENDF/B-V NUBAR COVARIANCE MATERIALS*/ 20 1380 20 1381 21 1390 22 1395 22 1398 20 1399 0/ *MODER*/ COPY ENDF FOR USE AS A PENDF. This parameter is used to specify whether covariances of fission ~ (MFCOV=33) are needed. covariances not the extra reactions. and 555 ON UNITS 20. If MFCOV=31. are k cross-material covariances. this case contains matrices for all of the (MATD/MT.time. subbe ignored if sections involving will IREAD=O or 1.. 21. 516. the sample problem below shows the calculational reserved shielded for cross a planned sections. extra reactions MATlk/MTlk (MATlk#MATD).. IREAD=O or 1. In an the evaluation “other” containing materials is (MAT1 /MT1 k. compute MFCOV=32 is in selfin uncertainties If MFCOV=33. a sample problem that illustrates the use of IREAD=2 is given Input for in the next section. . the same way If IREAD=2. Given below is the complete NJOY input for a calculation of a multigroup . MFCOV. a complete set of covariance matrices That is. future capability to sequence required. that computed. the reaction list is initially constructed in This list is then supplemented with a list of The output in as for IREAD=O. specified by the user. These subsections can be selectively processed by specifying IREAD=2. pairs where the evaluator contains only zeros. covariance matrices is are produced for every reaction-pair comFor those reaction the output matrix bination that can be formed from the given reaction list. -23 -24 0 25 13 . NPEND must be O). However. output. has not specified the covariances.

14 Contents response function edit cross sections (missing if IPTOTL=3) .13803030110 *BIG3 + 2 NUBAR*/ o.. I.E7 1. The standard transport table as used in many ‘ codes has the following structure for each group. .NED.ITABL. . it is unnecessary to use RECONR to prepare a PENDF tape for GROUPR. Because only high-energy ~ data is & (10-17 MeV).7E7 *STOP* Note the use of the MODER module to prepare a special ENDF tape containing selected evaluations requested from other ENDF tapes.E1O 3 452 *TOTAL NUBAR*/ 0/ 1381 3 452 *TOTAL NUBAR*/ 0/ 1390 3 452 *TOTAL NUBAR*/ 0/ 1395 3 452 *TOTAL NUBAR*/ 0/ 1398 3 452 *TOTAL NUBAR*/ 3 455 *DELAYED NUBAR*/ 3 456 *PROMPT NUBAR*/ 0/ 1399 3 452 *TOTAL NUBAR*/ 0/ 0/ *ERROR*/ PREPARE MULTIGROUP NUBAR COVARIANCE LIBRARY. 1. A copy of the ENDF tape is used instead.IPINGP. DTFR Module IPTOTL. Position 1 . -23 0 25 26/ 1398 19 1 1 2 31 1380 452 1381 452 1390 452 1395 452 1399 452 0/ 1 1.

upscatter to the transport These parameters control the addition In *L. a similar procedure is used for upscatter. flux fission x (steady-state) delayed x delayed ~ 300 470 471 455 75 .. . *N. the first NED positions are printed out as separate tables.. table.MULT. total helium production by the cards .tm. . elastic scattering is replaced by MTI and the total is readjusted appropriately.IPTOTL-2 IPTOTL-1 IPTOTL IPTOTL+l . it is added to in-group of the appropriate tables and the total is increased by MTC.a) + 3 x (n.--L l~lntm groups.rle iuwes~ . . sza~lc .. JPOS. If MTC is requested.MTI. I. MT Meaning P. in ENDF/B-IV 12C is (n. Before reaction MT is added into JPOS.HE4*/ 1 107 / it is multiplied by MULT.MT.. the in such a way as to preserve the scattering cross section. Several special values are recognized by DTFR. . This system allows the user to specify a response function that is any linear combination of the vector cross sections processed by GROUPR. ITABL in-group scattering I the downscatter If IEDIT=l. of thermal me .-1... NTHERM..n’)3a and is formed 1 I 91 3/ with NED=2 and IPTOTL=1+3=4.MTC. (J -a vu f “standard edits” ‘t I upscatter (missing if IPINGP=IPTOTL+l) IPINGP IPINGP+l . If there is not enough room for all the downscatter array is truncated between IPINGP and ITABL. For example.l-.NLC.

neutron cross sections and transfer matrices (“NSCAT”).J. NTYPE.NPART. Either a vector x or a matrix x can be produced by isotope. these parameters should both be zero.. -21 1 -22 1 23 *T2LASL NJOY*/ 2 3 4 * */ *TYPICAL MATXS RUN WITH THREE DATA TYPES*/ *BASIC DATA FROM ENDF/B-IV*/ * */ *GAMA */ *NEUT * 30 12 *NSCAT* *NGAMA* *GSCAT */ + In this example.MAXUP. . input flux. 76 . photon interaction cross sections and transfer matrices (“GSCAT”). Several options are available for blocking and subblocking IFOPT. particles. . In a typical MATXS run. . The code expects to find input data averaged over 30 neutron groups and 12 Four cards of Hollerith identification are given.. K..HMAT. In the current version of the code. IFOPT=l and NSBLK=NGROUP are recommended. CCCCR NGGRUP. for vectors. MATXSR For large group structures. *NSCAT * *NEUT * The MATXSR user need not be concerned with conventions for naming reactions. group structures (“GAMA”) or both. Data type and particle names are left-justified. There is no coding for photon files and no provision for ICHIX. materials (and reactions) are names rather than integer flags as in the CCCC formats.HPART. upscatter. identified by Hollerith Data types. gamma production matrices (“NGAMA”). A MATXS file can include any or all of four “types” of data. the GROUPR fission matrix can be collapsed with the library flux or an There is no provision for a set x vector or x matrix. . photon groups. . matrices. be required Depending on which data types are for neutron (“NEUT”) or photons desired. as this is handled automatically. three data types are requested for a MATXS file on unit 23. HTYPE.NSBLK. the first several cards of input might be these. and thermal neutron scattering will (“NTHERM”). Neutron interaction and gamma production data (in blocked binary) are input from unit 21 and photon interaction data (in blocked binary) are to be found on unit 22. ..

for a light heat (ENDF/B-V carbon). Doppler file generation broadening. interaction data (GSCAT). SAMPLE PROBLEMS The sample problems are designed to demonstrate the major options of NJOY t without using too much computer time. the MATXS file. thinning. outgoing (IOUTP) particles. The output for *FENAT * * will include the first five temperatures and the first two dilution factors for Particle one (“NEUT”) is specified as both the incident (IINP) and MAT=1192.. For the convenience of the reader. 5 1 1 2 I 1269 1192 1265 The code will search through unit 21 for MAT=1269. Complete output is of the sample problem output are reproduced available on special request for use in checking an installation of NJOY. Legendre choice NSBLK of entire scattering Legendre a given reaction. all evaluations IFOPT. Input for the final two data types might be as follows. 1143 1 2 *H1*l *FENAT * *PU240 * 1143 2 2 *H * *FE * *PU Note that for photon * 5 1 1 2 1 1269 1192 1265 11 1 1 1 1 1 26 94 are elemental. orders If of These parameters IFOPT=l the and control the size of the matrix records on then a single matrix order for record contains all The The NSBLK=l. 17 . and each group will be a separate record. and output data for the first temperature and dilution factor under the name *H 1 *. 1143 1 1 *H1*l *FENAT * *PU240 * . . IFOPT=2 separates each into a separate record. Example 1 This isotope run tests group averaging and pointwise Linearization. A.NSBLK.Card input for the first data type (i’NSCAT”) is given next. parameter may be set equal to the number of groups (NOUTG) for the out- going particle. Iv. parts in Appendix C.

230 in the thermal range (groups 1-4) and revise the total accordingly. respectively. a scattering probability. energy (1. Because this is a resonance material. The effective normal temperature shown is the default value. The The file uses At each format used for MF=6 is specially designed for NJOY thermal data.production. these sections provide a “pseudo level” representation of the (n. capture) are broadened. only MT2 (elastic) and MT102 (radiative Thinning does not remove many points because these cross sections are relatively smooth. Note that heating and damage (MT301. the addition of 127 points by linearization to the 776 points in the initial union grid gives 903 points. Subsequent codes such as DTFR must replace MT2 with MT221 or MT229.229. as can be seen by the list of reactions in MF1/MT451. Example 2 1 This run processes one isotope for a practical CCCC library. ENDF/B tapes 511 and 322 are In RECONR. a “LIST” record is given that contains N1 (that is. computes both coherent and elastic and incoherent inelastic scattering graphite using MT230 MT229.E-5. Doppler broadening to several temperatures. and thermal scattering are included. B. are supplementary. The thermal in the same way as any other ENDF/B reaction. The LR-flag was also processed MT444) are processed data shown here in HEATR. self-shielded multigroup cross sections. 3. and 8 equally probable I scattering cosines. Also note that THERMR uses the 296 K data from tape 322 to satisfy the request for 300 K data.n’)3ci reaction. (MT221. In the GROUPR run. required. and CCCC-IV interface files (ISOTXS. which can be seen in BROADR and in MF3/MTl on the PENDF tape. etc.230) they are not included in MT=l. On the PENDF tape. There are two THERMR runs: the first one computes cross sections and matrices and the second for run for free carbon atoms and stores the results under MT221. It tests resonance reconstruction. note that the dictionary and comments are updated. 640) words organized on a cycle of N2 (that is. unresolved cross sections. Each cycle contains a secondary energy. BRKOXS.16E-5. a “TAB2” record to set up a loop over incident energy (52 points). 10) words. and DLAYXS). The HEATR run adds both total heat production (MT301) and total damage energy production (MT444) to the PENDF tape. Tape 404 is required. note that the “LR-flags” on MT52-91 were picked uP. In BROADR.). RECONR includes a table of estimated errors 18 in the resonance integrals due to significant figure reduction and the . Caution: GROUPR numbers groups in order of increasing energy.

resonance-integral negligible. Example 3 The with DTF run demonstrates and MATXS the generation The photon of photon interaction cross sections * interaction tape DLC7E is required. This example list of output. produced using the GROUPR flux to collapse the fission matrix. Note also that the BRKOXS file includes shielding XSPO in BRKOXS is simply 4na2 using the factors for length scattering from MF2. vertically (PO total. c. list in GROUPR. t so the table Note that one special edit is provided length is set to 1+3+12=16. Additional specified . elastic. effective self-shielded and reaction cross sections are given UNRESR energy with CJo horizontally sion. it sees MT501. accurate group-averaged velocities for ISOTXS. 301. Center at the Oak Ridge ?9 . Each one is written as a separate material on the Note that the zero-Kelvin cross sections do not appear on tape 23. PENDF tape. On the for each fis- ‘1 also note the smoothing effect of Doppler broadening on “POINTS OUT. run in this example generates several output temperatures. group numbering has been restored to the conventional order. First. 18. 19. Tennessee. illustrates reactions. In these energy) tables. and the position 1+3=4. a RECONR run is used to linearize the cross sections. 102. MT259 is requested to get In CCCCR. photon the first group. 16 numbers are the positions for the first That is. but thinning criteria. reactions . and 73 energy points were only one significant figure apart for NDIGIT=6. a multiple Note isotope run. elastic removal. 2. Oak Ridge. In this material. from the partial shifts and written when In DTFR. clude MT=l. Also. *Available from the Radiation Shielding Information National Laboratory. PI total). the (highest and so on for the other groups. ciable it was only necessary at the to request higher those reactions with appreThese normally in- temperature dependence temperatures.” listing. The isotope fission chi was This is the best form for large group structures. capture. In GROUPR. these errors are note that 547 energy intervals were affected by the integral check. the option to block matrices by group was used. The CJo list in UNRESR does not have to agree with the a. the code automatically over to photons so read “PHOTON” instead of “NEUTRON” on for heating in eV=barns. of the total is this listing. and 201-250. The GAMINR run uses the standard is assembled how the photon heat production out as MT=621. points were reconstruction removed from the final grid by “back-thinning” The BROADR to the tolerance.

The first ERRORR run operates directly on the PENDF file and produces cross-section covariances (MFCOV=33). NJOY’S capability is used. such as “GPAIR” (gamma pair production). the output multigroup relative covariances from the ERRORR module are nearly independent of the crosssection magnitudes. This group-structure such as preparing Because covariance of the use in the ENDF file 33 that fall between these option (IGN=19) is very useful for test purposes. are given in this eval ua- Because only relative covariances are no sub-subsections is. Example 4 This antes run demonstrates ENDF/B data. from After converting material r the mode of the ENDF tape. IGN=19. values. ) Next. This GENDF (on unit 24) is then used as input to a the ENDF file 31 (~ covariances) is processed in which (MFCOV=31). ERRMAX . and theories used by the modules of NJOY are discussed in detail in subsequent volumes of this report. which are in a sense is already many of the output numbers here identical with ENDF entries. plus any energies limits. Note multigroup ~ covariances are added to the cross-section resulting covariances written on unit 23 in the previous ERRORR run. v. there with LB=O). calculational methods. (For example.The MATXS listing is fairly self-explanatory. PROGRAM DETAILS The programming details. the GROUPR module is used to prepare a GENDF file containing 30-group (IGN=3) fission . a concise reference to all D. etc. ERRINT) are used. Tape 511 235U ENDF/B-V “standards” material . hence. the groups are In an isotropic matrix. that the In this case. high accuracy is not needed in the resonance recon- struction calculation. second ERRORR run. tion (that Note that very coarse tolerances (ERR. and because processed. compare the first line of the printed relative covariances with line 10 057 of MAT1395. 10+7. 2Q . Once again. the RECONR module is used to prepare a PENDF file on unit 22. the materials and reactions on the library. The multigroup energy structure includes 1 and 1000 eV. to make a new ERRORR output file on unit 25. plots of of ENDF data using the ERRORR and COVR has used modules. The following sections provide a general overview. the evaluator LB=5. a user-specified 7-group structure is employed. numbered in the conventional order. It provides Also note the “INDEX” at the end of the listing. that is. to produce The cross-section processed covari is the . groups are given in the DTF ordering. 10+8. 10+9.

Some loops have been rearranged to facilitate vectorization. retrieves pointers. CRAY. and. and 10 so-values in GROUPR. and UNIVAC compilers. Dynamic storage allocation of groups versus Legendre leads to a complex set of trade-offs. IBM. arrays for each module. ing the number available. most variables are stored in a In the reference version of NJOY. due to the extreme anisotropy found there. with minor modifica- tions. will make BROADR run faster. In the time required for vectors depends on the number of energy points. Programming Language NJOY uses ANSI-standard dependent functions such as FORTRAN-IV with a few exceptions (for example. I UNRESR depends mostly on the number of energy points in MF2. such as 620 groups. been chosen for For many problems. important time val ues The matrix time does increase with the number of groups. array have With this system. B. GROUPR. mixed-mode arithmetic. . nostic messages are provided when any limits are exceeded. hence the number of reso- nances. of groups. repacks data when necessary.A. are used extensively system of sub- \ efficient an easy-to-use routines stored called STORAG reserves. of words the size of these arrays can be decreased. if possible. input/output. The resulting code. 27 . MT151. releases. are difficult to quote for a complex system. points may help the user to guess times for his jobs. *NJOY runs about 1. Machinetimers. Running Time Typical run times such * CRAY-1 times for practical problems. a few fixed limits D iag- remain. 10 temperatures. and character manipulation are isolated in special subroutines. and HEATR require time proportional to modules BROADR. Tables II and III give These are central- processor times plus an approximately 30% surcharge for memory and 1/0. c. Storage Allocation Variable to provide dimensioning use and dynamic storage allocation of the main memory. expressions as array indices). and only weakly on the number of ‘o but not on the number requested. The current alloca- tions have been adequate for all practical problems attempted to date. is the energy range --discrete inelastic Even more reactions require much more if many groups above 10 MeV are requested. CDC overlay commands. A few general The pointwise the number principles RECONR. such as number order in GROUPR. In addition. has been compiled using CDC. the the efficient use of about 150 0008 Increas- large container container words. of energy in the cross sections.6 times faster on the CRAY-1 than on the CDC-7600.

7 temperatures. t a. b. In water In graphite TABLE III ADDITIONAL TYPICAL PROCESSING TIMES FOR NJOY (approximate CP + 1/0 in seconds for CRAY-1) Processing Task C-NAT GROUPR (80 neutron groups. T = 300 K. 6 temperatures. 7 dilutions) Complete 24-group photon interaction GAMI~R run for all elements 22 Time 220 145 1960 2100 2710 . 6 dilutions) U-238 GROUPR (80 x 24. 12 photon groups.2% tolerance 4 to 7 temperatures With damage d. c. = 1E1O) ‘O C-NAT GROUPR (30 neutron groups.TABLE II POINTWISE PROCESSINGTIMES FOR SEVERAL MATERIALS BY MODULE (approximate CP + 1/0 in seconds for CRAY-1) Module RECONR: BROADR UNRESR HEATR THERMR H-1 5 7 5od 400 C-NAT 6 13 65C 450e Fe-NAT 160 190 540C 170 U-235 55 147 400 290 120 U-238 572 1500 210 633 208 . 0. infinite dilution) Fe-NAT GROUPR (80 x 24. e. 24 photon groups. 300 K.

available. 1 The code includes comment cards that allow many of the changes required to ex- convert to an IBM system to be made very simply. In the (10/81) version there are 146 such blocks of CDC machine-dependent ing and 177 blocks column of IBM coding. . for free-form SKIPRZ. ” Run times can often be reduced by reThe blocked-binary mode larger input/output buffers from the system. plotting. possible. group of ERROR fatal exit. To convert with to IBM form. the “C” from column 1 of all cards bracketed by “CIBM” cards.This code is extremely questing should “1/0 bound. machine). As a demonstration of portability. input/output input (FREE. This can be done with a simple preprocessing program such as the one listed in Appendix D. traceback).GAMI). date. RITE). library. VI. A typical comment-card ample follows. DTFR uses a local SC-4020 the plotting calls have been left in the code as a guide for the conversion to other systems. The COVR REED. has DISSPLA which which is available is not widely at many installations. CLOSEZ. \ CODE CONVERSION The reference version of NJOY operates on CDC-7600 equipment at Los Alamos. Additional (system PACK). and codin insert a “C” remove 1 of all card images bracketed “CCDC” cards. 1/0 time in BROADR can be reduced by allocating more storage if available (see /STORE/ and NAMAX in BROADR). CCDC INTEGER H(5) CCDC CIBM REAL*8 H(5) c CIBM . mathematical routines # subroutines to do with (E1. changes may be required in BANNER (time. routines character handling REPOZ. largest uses the system-dependent software system. versions of NJOY have been installed on the following machines (operating systems): CDC-7600 (LTSS) and CRAY-1 (CTSS) at Los Alamos National Laboratory. CDC-7600 (LTSS) at the Magnetic Fusion Energy 23 . be used whenever Also. however. and (OPENZ.

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. FOR PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS. . .CONVERT CROSS SECTION ACER. . . MULTIGROUP PHOTON INTERACTION MATRICES. MATXSR. ANO HEAT PRODUCTION. COMPREHENSIVE MATXS * THE * * * q LIBRARY FOR CODE MCNP. .. MULTIGROUP OATA ENDF/B MOOE.PREPARE MONTE-CARLO MULTIGROUP INTERFACE OATA INTO BRKOXS. SELF-SHIELOED SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONS AND IN THE THERMAL RANGE * * * * * * * * * * * * * + ‘ * * * * * q MULTIGROUP CROSS SECTIONS AND ANO PHOTON PRODUCTION MATRICES.COMPUTE ANO OAMAGE THERMR.GENERATE POINT-TO-POINT FOR FREE OR GROUPR. THE OROER IN WHICH MODULES ARE USED SUBROUTINES USED BY ALL MOOULES.DOPPLER BROADEN ANO CROSS SECTIONS FROM INTERPOLATION SCHEMES. . . . EFFECTIVE POINTWISE SELF-SHIELDEO THE UNRESOLVED ENERGY RANGE. * COVR. HEAT PRODUCTION ENERGY PRODUCTION.PROCESS COVARIANCE ERRORR COOED MOOE AND THE MODER.CONSTRUCT MATRICES. .CONVERT BETWEEN NuJOY BLOCKEO BINARY DTFR. LP-795 *********************  ***************** CROSS 10/81 SECTION PROCESSING q  q   * * * q NuJOY NUCLEAR VERSION *****+*************** SYSTEM * * * ********* CONVERT USEFUL * * * * * * * * q ****************** ***************** * * * * q NdOY IS A SYSTEM OF PROCESSING MOOULES INTENDEO TO IV OR V CROSS SECTION OATA INTO FORMS ENOF/B VERS. . . CROSS UNRESR. THE AND FOR THE THERMAL * * * * q POWR.COMPUTE SCATTERING ERRORR.COMPUTE SECTIONS IN HEATR. . ALAMOS CONTINUOUS ENERGY * * INTO LIBRARIES ANO EPRI-CPM. . STANDARO DATA FOR DISCRETE OROINATES * * q * * * * * * * * * q CCCCR. FORMAT MULTIGROUP INTERFACE FILES ISOTXS..APPENDIX A INPUT INSTRUCTIONS Los Alamos Identification No.CONVERT MULTIGROUP OATA POWR REACTOR CODES EPRI-CELL * * * q EACH MOOULE IS A SEPARATE OVERLAY. CROSS SECTIONS. THE LOS THE ANO CCCC STANOARD DLAYXS.OUTPUT TRANSPORT ANO PLOT COOES. SHORT OUTPUT ON TERMINAL : * 27 . PRECONSTRUCT POINTWISE RESONANCE PARAMETERS AND BROAOR. RECONR.. CROSS SECTIONS (KERMA) * * * * + * * q * * * * * * * * * * * NEUTRON SCATTERING SCATTERING KERNELS BOUND ATOMS. . SPECIFICATIONS INPUT O FOR 1 FDR (FREE MAIN PRDGRAM CONTROLS CONTAINS UTILITY * ------1 * * * *---INpLjT * * * * * CAROI IOPT CAR02 FORMAT)--------------------- OPTION CARO INPUT ANO TERMINAL INPUT FULL WITH OUTPUT. THIN POINTWISE CROSS * * q ENDF/B * * * * * * * * q SECTIONS.GENERATE GROUP-TO-GROUP GAMINR. DATA INTO FORMAT. . . + * * * q . . . . MULTIGROUP COVARIANCE FROM . . .. .

WITH MODIFICATIONS TO THE METHOO OF GENERATING THE ENERGy GRIo ANo THE METHoo OF COMBINING RESONANCE ANO BACKGROUND CROSS SECTIONS. TO CONVERT FROM COG TO IBM. *RECONR* (ONLY FIRST FOUR CHARACTERSug:E REPEAT FOR EACH MOOULE OESIREO). ANO THE ENERGIES OF CROSS SECTIONS IN MF3 ANO MF13 (OR MF23). AN MF2 APPROPRIATE TO NO RESONANCE PARAMETERS IS CONSTRUCTED WITH THE POTENTIAL SCATTERING LENGTH AODED. A FEW REMAINING CHANGES MAY BE NEEDEO BECAUSE OF SYSTEM DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INSTALLATIONS q * * * * * * ! * ******************* ******************* ****************** ********* PROGRAM RECONR **************** q         q      q           q **************** POINTWISE CROSS **************** SECTIONS **************** ** RECONSTRUCT RESONANCE CROSS SECTIONS ARE CALCULATED USING THE METHODS OF RESENO. ) NEW MFI AOOED. PSI-CHI RECONSTRUCTION CAN BE USEO IF OESIREO.) NUMBER OF USER ENERGY GRID POINTS TO BE (OEFAuLT=O. THE MFI DICTIONARY IS UPOATEO. THIS PROGRAM GENERATES AN ENERGY GRIO WHICH IS THE UNION OF AN INPUT GRID (IF ANY). PUT A C IN COLUMN 1 OF EVERY LINE BETWEEN TWO CCOC CAROS ANO REMOVE THE C FROM COLUMN 1 OF EVERY LINE BETWEEN TWO CIBM CAROS. NGRIO MATERIAL TO BE RECONSTRUCTED NUMBER OF CARDS OF DESCRIPTIVE OATA FOR (DEFAULT=• . * * * * * * * * * * * CONVERsION----------------------------------------------* * * q q q CONVERSION FROM COG TO IBM OR BACK IS CONTROLLEO BY THE COMMENT* CARDS CCDC ANO CIBM.Nu) ANo pHoToN MULTIPLICITIES (MF12) ARE NOT PROcESSEOREOUNDANT REACTIONS ARE RECONSTRUCTED TO BE THE SUM OF THEIR PARTS. RD \. 28 . THE Cl ANO C2 FIELOS OF THE SECONO CARO IN MF1 CONTAIN THE TEMPERATURE ANO RECONSTRUCTION TOLERANCE RESPECTIVELY .q * * q IVERF CARO 3 MOPT ENDF/B SIX VERSION NUMBER (4 OR 5 ONLY) * * * * SEE * ITS * *---cooE * q CHARACTER MODULE NAME OELIMITED WITH *. OF EACH MOOULE FOR . THE RESONANCE ENERGIES (IF ANY). ENDEO WITH /. THE PENOF TAPE CONTAINS POINT CROSS SECTIONS IN MF3 ANO MF13 (OR MF23) ANO A DESCRIPTION OF THE PROCESSING IN MF1. *STOP* TO TERMINATE PROGRAM. ---INPUT CARO 1 NENDF NPEND CARD 2 LABEL CARD 3 MAT NCAROS SPECIFICATIONS (FREE FORMAT)---------------------‘----” * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * q q q UNIT UNIT FOR FOR ENOF/B PENOF TAPE TAPE TAPE 66 CHARACTER LABEL FOR NEW PENDF DELIMITEO WITH *. THE COMMENTS AT THE START SPECIFIC INPUT INSTRUCTIONS. SECTIONS WHICH ARE NOT CROSS SEcTIoNS (Mu. THE POINTWISE CROSS SECTIONS ARE THEN COMPUTED ON THIS GRIO ANO POINTS ARE AODEO SO THAT THE RESONANCE CROSS SECTIONS AND ANY CROSS SECTIONS REPRESENTEO BY NON-LINEAR INTERPOLATION ARE REPROOUCEO WITHIN A SPECIFIED TOLERANCE BY LINEAR INTERPOLATION.

CROSS SECTIONS FOR LOW THRESHOLO REACTIONS ARE UNIONIZEO ON THE GRIO OF THE TOTAL CROSS SECTION. IF TEMP2. ENERGY FOR BROADENING ANO THINNING (OEFAULT=I MEV) FINAL TEMPERATURES (DEG KELvIN) THESE * q * * * q q * * * * *---INpuT * * * * NEXT MAT NUMBER TO BE PARAMETERS. LLNL) IS USEO. WILL BE THINNED ONLY.ERR.*ERR) MAXIMUM RESONANCE-INTEGRAL ERROR PER GRIO PoINT (OEFAULT=ERR/lOOOO) NCARDS OF EACH CARD DESCRIPTIVE OELIMITEO q * q * q q * q ERRINT CARD 5 CARDS CARD 6 ENODE CAROS MAT=O/ **************** (IN BARNS) * * q CDMMENTS FOR MT45f WITH *. ENERGIES WHERE THE METHOD OF SIGMA1 BREAKS OOWN. + q --------------------------------THE NTEMP2 FINAL TEMPERATURES TO HAVE TEMPI. SIGNIFICANT DIGITS (OEFAULT=6) FRACTIONAL RECONSTRUCTION TOLERANCE USEO WHEN RESONANCE-INTEGRAL ERROR CRITERION IS SATISFIEO (ERRMAX. 1 YES) BOOTSTRAP (O NO. HIGH THRESHOLD REACTIONS ARE NOT BROAOENEO. ENDEO WITH /. * * * q USERS ENERGY GRID POINTS 3. LE. 1 YES) STARTING TEMPERATURE FROM NIN FRACTIONAL TOLERANCE FOR THINNING MAX. THEN BROADENED AND THINNED IN PARALLEL. 4. ) NO. MATERIAL * * +************* ****************** PROGRAM BROAOR q ****************** * * q q q ****************** ANO THIN NEUTRON ****************** POINT CROSS SECTIONS *********** q OOPPLER BROAOEN * q * * * * * * q * * *---INPUT q A MODIFIED VERSION OF THE KERNEL BROADENING METHOO OEVELOPEO FOR SIGMAI (D.E0. 0EFAULT=20. DICTIONARIES ARE CORRECTEO TO REFLECT FOR HIGH TEMPERATURES ANO LOW UNIONIZATION ANO THINNING.CULLEN.GE. 5.TEMP2( I).q Cml * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 4 Em TEMPII NOIGIT ERR MAX q FRACTIONAL RECONSTRUCTION TOLERANCE USED WHEN RESONANCE-INTEGRAL ERROR CRITERION (SEE ERRINT) IS NOT SATISFIEO. THE OUTPUT TAPE IT SPECIFIED. 6 MUST BE INPUT TERMINATES EXECUTION OF ***+*******+***** * * * * * DESIRED q FOR EACH RECONR.E. SPECIFICATIONS (FREE FORMAT)-------------------------- * * * * q * * * * * -1 * * * * * * * q q * * * * * * q * * * * * * * CARO 1 NIN NOUT CARO 2 MAT 1 NTEMP2 ISTART ISTRAP TEMP 1 ERRTHN THNMAX CARD 3 TEMP2 CARO 4 MAT f INPUT OUTPUT PENDF TAPE PENDF TAPE MATERIAL TO BE PROCESSEO NUMBER OF FINAL TEMPERATURES (MAXIMUM=6) RESTART (O NO. THE RESULTS ARE WRITTEN OUT IN PENDF FORMAT WITH EACH TEMPERATURE REPRESENTED AS A DIFFERENT MAT. IS * -+ * * * * 29 . A NEW OIRECT EXPANSION OF THE OOPPLER INTEGRAL IS USED.TEMPI. RECONSTRUCTION TEMPERATURE (DEG KELVIN) (OEFAuLT=O. TERMINATE opt ions -------------WILL CONTAIN NECESSARY THE OATA PROCESSED WITH WITH MATI=O.

ALLOWEO=8) PRINT OPTION (O=MIN. NO. OESIREO * * q    PROGRAM HEATR ***************** ***************** ***************** RELEASE IN q ************** * * * * q       * COMPUTE HEATING KERMA (KINETIc ENERGY ANO RADIATION OAMAGE ENERGY PRODUCTION MATERIAL) * * * * * * * * q THE PROMPT KERMA IS COMPUTEO POINTWISE ON THE GRIO OF THE TOTAL CROSS SECTION FROM THE INPUT PENOF TAPE ANO WRITTEN ONTO ThE OUTPUT PENOF TAPE AT INFINITE OILUTION USING THE 300 SERIES OF MT NUMBERS. STARTING WITH THE * * q * * * * * * * * * * * * * +* BOOTSTRAP * * * * q * * **************** IF BOOTSTRAP IS NOT REQUESTED. ALL TEMPERATURES ON THE INPUT PENOF THE DICTIONARY TAPE FOR THE DESIRED MATERIAL ARE PROCESSEO. NO. AOOITIONAL TEMPI. ACCUMULATE. OF” SIGMA ZEROES (MAX. * *---INpUT sPECIFICATIONS (FREE FORMAT)-------------‘------------* q q * q q CARO 1 NENOF UNIT NIN NOUT CARO 2 MATD NTEMP UNIT UNIT FOR FOR FOR ENOF/B TAPE INPUT PENOF TAPE OUTPUT PENOF TAPE * * * * q NSIGZ IPRINT CARO 3 TEMP CARO 4 SIGZ MATERIAL TO BE PROCESSED No. REACTION Q VALUES ARE OBTAINEO FROM THE ENOF/B TAPE UNLESS THE USER ENTERS HIS OWN VALUE. ALLowEo=9) NO. **************** **************** **************** # PROGRAM UNRESR **************** * * * COMPUTE **************** RESONANCE *************+** CROSS-SECTIONS *************** *** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * UNRESOLVED * THE METHOO OF ETOX IS USEO TO COMPUTE SELF-SHIELOEO * UNRESOLVED RESONANCE CROSS-SECTIONS ON THE ENERGY GRIO OF * THE UNRESOLVED PARAMETERS. * THE ACCURATE HWANG QUADRATURE SET IS USEO FOR THE INTEGRALS. OF TEMPERATURES (MAX. HOWEVER. 4 MUST BE INPUT FOR MATO=O/ TERMINATES EXECUTION OF  INFINITy) EACH MATERIAL UNRESR. FINAL TEMPERATURE IS BROAOENEO FROM THE PRECEOING THIS OPTION IS FASTER DUE TO THE TEMPERATURE. EXISTING THROUGH AODED BY ALL PENOF TAPE. EACH TEMPI TO TEMP2. 3. IS REVISEO. * AOOITIONAL ENERGY GRIO POINTS ARE AOOEO AT QUARTER LETHARGY * INTERVALS IF ONLY THREE OR FEWER GRID POINTS ARE FOUNO. EACH FINAL TEMPERATURE IS GENERATEO BY BROADENING OIRECTLY FROM IF BOOTSTRAP IS REQUESTEO. ERRORS THINNING IN THE PREVIOUS STEP.* * * q * RESTART CONTINUE BROADENING AN TEMPERATURES ARE COPIEO FINAL TEMPERATURES ARE OATA AT TEMPI. f=MAx) (OEFAULT=O) TEMPERATURES * * q q IN KELVIN (INcLuoING ZERO) * * * SIGMA ZERO VALUES (INCLUOING CARDS 2. PARTIAL KERMAS * 30 . SUBSEQUENT INTERPOLATION IS * TO BE ON THE CROSS-SECTIONS ANO NOT ON THE PARAMETERS.

21. 20. IF DESIRED. SP~. THE COOE USES THE ENERGY BALANCE METHOD WHERE PHOTON FILES ARE AVAILABLE ANO OEPOSITS ALL PHOTON ENERGY LOCALLY WHEN FILES ARE NOT AVAILABLE. CAPTURE WHERE RECOIL IS COMPUTEO BY MOMENTUM CONSERVATION. ENERGY-BALANCE KERMA FACTORS CAN KINEMATIc LIMITs (sET 1pR1NT=2). PHOTON FILES ARE USED TO ESTIMATE THE AVERAGE PHOTON MOMENTUM WHEN AVAILABLE. THIS ASSURES CONSISTENCY BETWEEN NEUTRON HEATING ANO ENERGY OPPOSITION BY AN EXCEPTION IS MAOE FOR SUBSEQUENT PHOTON INTERACTIONS. 38) 318 401 DISAPPEARANCE (MTI02 THRU 120) DAMAGE ENERGY PRODUCTION VALUES-444 TOTAL 445 ELASTIC (MT2) 446 INELASTIC (MT51 THRU 91) 447 DISAPPEARANCE (MTi02 THRU 120) CARDS 4 ANO 5 FOR N(3A GT O ONLY MT NUMBERS FOR USERS Q VALUES (EV) **************** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * q                 .q   q      q I q  q q     & CAN BE REQUESTED FOR SELF-SHIELOING CALCULATIONS OR OTHER PURPOSES. COMPUTEO FUNCTION BE COMPAREO * * q * * * * * * * * * * q q    q USING WITH THE A 25 LINDHARO ELECTRONIC EV DISPLACEMENT * ---INPUT * * CARO * * q SPECIFICATIONS (FREE FORMAT)--------------------- ‘-----* * q * * * * * q 1 NENDF NIN NOUT CARO 2 MATD NPK NQA NTEMP LDCAL UNIT UNIT UNIT FOR FOR FOR ENOF/B TAPE INPUT PENDF TAPE OUTPUT PENOF TAPE * IPRIN1 + CARO 3 * MTK * * q q * * * * q * * q * * * * * CARO 4 MTA CARO 5 QA MATERIAL TO BE PROCESSED NUMBER OF PARTIAL KERMAS DESIREO (DEFAULT=• ) NUMBER OF USER o VALUES (DEFAULT=• ) NUMBER OF TEMPERATURES TO PROCESS (OEFAuLT=O.AL VALUES ALLoi#Eo-NON-ELASTIC (ALL BUT MT2) 304 INELASTIC (MT51 THRU 91) FISSIDN [?4118 OR MT19. * * * USER SPECIFIED O VALUES ****************  q ************+*** PROGRAM THERMR **************** q *****+’********** ** q *************** **************** CROSS THERMAL SECTIONS RANGE **************** ANO POINT-TO-POINT ** : * * q GENERATE SCATTERING NEUTRON SCATTERING KERNELS IN THE . PARTIAL KERMA FOR REACTION MT IS MT+300 ANO MAY NOT BE PROPERLY DEFINED UNLESS A GAMMA FILE FOR MT IS ON ENOF TAPE.. THE wxTH CONSERVATIVE DAMAGE ENERGY IS SCREENING DAMAGE THRESHOLO. A DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGE IS PRINTED IF THE MOMENTUM CALCULATION LEADS TO A SIGNIFICANT ERROR IN ENERGY CONSERVATION. 2 cHEcK) (OEFAuLT=O) FOR NPK GT O“ONLY MT NUMBERS FOR PARTIAL KERMAS OESIREO TOTAL (MT301) WILL BE PROVIDEO AUTOMATICALLY. MEANING ALL ON PENOF) O/l=GAMMA RAYS TRANSPORTED/DEPOSITEO LOCALLY (DEFAULT=• ) PRINT (O MIN. 1 MAX.

H FREE ANO H IN H20) CAN BE WRITTEN ON ONE PENOF TAPE BY USING DIFFERENT VALUES OF MTREF FOR EACH THERMR RUN.) COMPUTE COHERENT SCATTERING FROM HEXAGONAL LATTICES.B) ANO MATRIX 3 READ S(A. . * * * * * * * * * * * : IN: q * * * * * q * * * * * * q  * ---INPuT SPECIFICATIONS (FREE FoRMAT)---------------------------* * * CARD 1 * NENOF ENOF/B TAPE FOR MF7 OATA * OLD PENOF TAPE NIN q                              NOUT CARO 2 MATOE MATDP NBIN NTEMP NEW PENDF TAPE IINC ICOH NATOM MTREF IPRINT MATERIAL DESIRED ON ENDF TAPE MATERIAL OESIRED ON PENDF TAPE NUMBER OF EQUI-PROBABLE ANGLES NUMBER OF TEMPERATURES INELASTIC OPTIONS NONE o COMPUTE AS FREE GAS 1 RESERVEO 2 COMPUTE S(A. . .) COMPUTE FREE-GAS SCATTERING MATRICES AND NORMALIZE TO THE ELASTIC CROSS SECTION ON THE OLO PENOF TAPE. AOOEO TO MF3 ANO MATRICES ARE WRITTEN IF4 MF6 (usING A MOOIFIEO FORMAT). THE SECONOARY ENERGY GRIO FOR INELASTIC SCATTERING IS ALSO OETERMINEO ADAPTIVELY.B) ANO COMPUTE MATRIX ELAgTIC OPTIONS NONE o GRAPHITE 1 2 BERYLLIUM BERYLLIUM OXIDE 17 POLYETHYLENE 12 H(ZRH) 13 ZR(ZRH) NUMBER OF PRINCIPAL ATOMS MT FOR INELASTIC REACTION (201-250 ONLY) pRINT OPTION (O=MINIMUM. 3.) COMPUTE INCOHERENT ELASTIC SCATTERING. IT WILL BE REPLACED WITH THE NEW CROSS SECTIONS.BETA) FROM BASIC PHYSICS OATA.) COMPUTE INCOHERENT MATRICES FROM REAO-IN S(ALPHA. IF OATA FOR ONE MTREF IS ALREAOY ON THE TAPE.) GENERATE S(ALPHA. CURRENT CAPABILITIES. THE ENERGY GRIO FOR COHERENT SCATTERING IS DETERMINED ADAPTIVELY SO AS TO REPRESENT THE SHARP BRAGG EDGES TO A SPECIFIED TOLERANCE USING LINEAR INTERPOLATION. 4. 1. FUTURE CAPABILITIES. 1. ANGULAR DEPENDENCE IS REPRESENTED AS EQUALLY PROBABLE COSINES. THE INITIAL ENERGY GRID IS WIREO A SPECIAL PROJECTION INTERPOLATION (SEE EGRxD IN CALCEM). I=MAXIMUM. . MULTIPLE SCATTERING TYPES (IE. BOTH USING MTREF FOR INELASTIC ANO MTREF+I FOR ELASTIC (IF ANY).* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * q     q  q      q ADD POINTWISE SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONS ANO SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONS ARE MATRICES TO AN EXISTING PENOF TAPE.BETA) OATA. 2=MAX. 2. NORMAL + INTERMEDIATE RESULTS) (OEFAULT=O) TEMPERATURES (KELVIN) IINC=4 ONLY EFFECTIVE TEMPERATURES (oEFAuLT FOR EACH * * * * * * * q CARO 3 TEMPR CARD 4 FOR EFTEMP * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * TIME VALUE : * FOR SHORT IS COLLISION STANOARO TEMPERATURE 32 . SCHEME IS USEO IN GROUPR TO INTEGRATE THIS RELATIVELY COARSE GRID.

FOR TWO BOOY SCATTERING. THE WAY INTEGRATION OVER INITIAL ENERGY IS HANOLEO IN THE SAME FOR ALL REACTION TYPES BY USING THE INTEGRANO FEEO*XSEC*FLUX FEEO IS THE SOURCE INTO FINAL ENERGY GROUP GPRIME AND LEGENDRE OROER L FROM INITIAL ENERGY E (SEE GETFF). NEUTRON GROUP STRUCTURE OPTION GAMMA GROUP STRUCTURE OPTION WEIGHT FUNCTION OPTION LEGENORE OROER NUMBER OF TEMPERATURES NUMBER OF SIGMA ZEROES LONG PRINT OPTION (0/l=MINIMUM/MAXIMUM) (OEFAULT=I) RUN LABEL (UP ENOEO WITH /) TEMPERATURES SIGMA ZERO TO 80 CHARACTERS (OEFAULT=BLANK) ANO/OR REPLACE * * * * * * * * * * * * * * & q * q * * * * * * * * OELIMITEO BY *. FEED FOR TABULATEO CONTINUUM REACTIONS IS COMPUTEO EXACTLY ON THE ENOF/B GRID POINTS AND THEN INTERPOLATE AT E. THE FEEO FOR ANALYTIC CONTINUUM REACTIONS IS EXACT. THE FLUX CAN BE COMPUTEO FOR AN INFINITE MIXTURE OF HEAVY ABSORBER ANO LIGHT MODERATOR.* * * CARD 5 + TOL * EMAX * **************** FROM GENERAL ATOMIC OTHERWISE MATERIAL TOLERANCE MAXIMUM ENERGY **************** REPORT IF AVAILABLE. DELAYEO NEUTRON OATA AND THERMAL SCATTERING MATRICES ARE HANOLEO SPECIALLY. NEUTRON SCATTERING MATRICES. MUBAR). TEMPERATURE) FOR q THERMAL TREATMENT **************** *************** * * * * * * ** 4 PROGRAM GROUPR ***************** q ****b********** ***************** CROSS ***************** SECTIONS * * * * * * * * * * COMPUTE SELF-SHIELOED GROUP-AVERAGEO * q * * * q PROOUCES SELF-SHIELDED CROSS SECTIONS. OPTIONALLY. SCATTERING ANO pHoToN MATRICE5 MAY BE SELF-SHIELOED IF OESIRED (5EE INIT). FOR VECTORS. A CENTER-OF-MASS GAUSSIAN INTEGRATION 1S USED TO OBTAIN ACCURATE RESULTS EVEN FOR SMALL LEGENORE COMPONENTS OF THE GROUP-TO-GROUP SCATTERING. THE FEEO IS 1. BONOARENKO WEIGHTING IS NORMALLY USEO. * + * IN VALUES KELVIN (INCLUOING INFINITY) q * * 33 . specifications (FREE Format)--------------------------t * * * * q * * * * * * q * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * q * * * * * * *---INpuT * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * q CARO1 NENOF NPEND NGOUT 1 NGOUT2 CARD2 MATE UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT FOR FOR FOR FOR ENOF/B TAPE PENOF TAPE INPUT GOUT TApE (OEFAuLT=O) OUTPUT GOUT TAPE (OEFAULT=O) I GN 1 GG IWT LORO NTEMP NSIGZ IPRINT CAR03 TITLE CARD4 TEMP CARD5 SIGZ * q MATERIAL TO BE PROCESSEO MATE LT O IS A FLAG TO AOO MTS TO INOIVIOUAL MTS ON NGOUTI. OR A YIELO (NUBAR. AOOITIONAL INITIAL ENERGY QUADRATURE POINTS ARE AOOEO TO INTEGRATE THE KNOWN POLYNOMIAL ORDER OF THIS FEED FUNCTION. AND PHOTON PRODUCTION MATRICES. A SPECIAL PROJECTION INTERPOLATION SCHEME IS USEO FOR THERMAL MATRICES (SEE GETAED).

11 :. WGHT END WITH A /. READ OF NEUTRON GROUP STRUCTURE (6A ANO 66) q * NUMBER NGN+I GROUPS BREAKS GAMMA (EV) GROUP STRUCTURE (7A ANO 7B) q q * * * * * * * * * * * * * GROUP READ OF + * IF CARD7A NGG CARD7B EGG IGG=I. ANALYTIC FLUX PARAMETERS (IWT=4 OR -4 ONLY) CARD8C THERMAL BREAK (EV) EB THERMAL TEMPERATURE (EV) TB EC FISSION BREAK (EV) TC FISSION TEMPERATURE (EV) CARDED INPUT RESONANCE FLUX (IWT=O ONLY) TAPE UNIT FDR FLUX PARAMETERS NINWT CARD9 MFO MTD MTNAME q * * 4 * * * * * * q * q q * * * * * * * * * * * q FILE TO BE PROCESSED SECTION TO BE PROCESSEO DESCRIPTION OF SECTION TO BE PROCESSEO REPEAT FOR ALL REACTIONS OESIREO MFD=O/ TERMINATES THIS TEMPERATURE/MATERIALNEXT MAT NUMBER TO MATO=O/ TERMINATES FOR INPUT BE PROCESSEO GROUPR RUN.O ONLY) CARD8A BREAK BETWEEN COMPUTED FLUX ANO BONOARENKO FLUX EHI (MUST BE IN RESOLVED RANGE) ESTIMATE OF POTENTIAL SCATTERING CROSS SECTION SIGPOT MAXIMUM NUMBER OF COMPUTEO FLUX POINTS NF LMAX TAPE UNIT FOR NEW FLUX PARAMETERs (OEFAULT=O) NINWT SIGMA ZERO IN SIGZ ARRAY LJSIGZ INOEX OF REFERENCE (OEFAULT=O) TABULATEO (IWT=l OR -1 ONLY) CARD8B REAO WEIGHT FUNCTION AS TABI RECORO.LT.8c.88. 1 GG --0 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * q 34 . * * * * * * * * * * q CARO1O MATD * * ---OPTIONS * q VARIABLES----------------------------------* * * q q q * * * q q IGN --1 MEANING ------AR81TRARY STRUCTURE (REAO IN) CSEWG 239 GROUP STRUCTURE LASL 30 GROUP STRUCTURE ANL 27 GROUP STRUCTURE RRO 50 GROUP STRUCTURE GilM-l 68 GROUP STRUCTURE GAM-11 100 GROUP STRUCTURE LASER-THERMOS 35 GROUP STRUCTURE EPRI-CPM 69 GROUP STRUCTURE LASL 187-GROUP STRUCTURE LASL 70-GROUP STRUCTURE SAND-II 620-GROUP STRUCTURE LASL 80-GROUP STRUCTURE MEANING ------NONE * * * * q 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1.8D) FLUX CALCULATOR parameterS (IWT. * * NUMBER NGG+l GROUPS BREAKS (EV) * q GROUP * * * * * * * * q * * * * * * * * * * q WEIGHT FUNCTION OPTIONS (8A.* * * q 4 IF CARD6A NGN CARD6B EGN IGN=I.

SECONOARY ENERGY-ANGLE QUADRATURE IS PERFORMEO USING GAUSSIAN INTEGRATION.. * * * * * * * * * * q  q       q         q      q      1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ARBITRARY STRUCTURE (LIST CSEWG 94 GROUP STRUCTURE LASL 12 GROUP STRUCTURE STEINER 21 GROUP GAMMA-RAY (oRNL-TM-2564) STRAKER 22 GROUP STRUCTURE LASL 48-GROUP STRUCTURE LASL 24-GROUP STRUCTURE MEANING ------- RECORD) * * * q  q    STRUCTURE IWT --1 2 3 4 5 6 7 -.***** PHOTON CROSS ***************** SECTIONS *************** * * * * * q COMPUTE MULTIGROUP * * * * * * q PRoOUCE MULTIGROUP PHOTON INTERACTION CROSS SECTIONS ANO HEATING KERMA FACTORS USING ENOF/B CROSS SECTIONS ANO COHERENT AND INCOHERENT FORM FACTORS. INITIAL ENERGY QUADRATURE TECHIr)UES ARE IOENTICAL TO THOSE USEO IN GROUPR. SPECIFICATIONS 1 * *---INPUT (FREE Format)-------------------- -------: CAROi NENOF NPENO NGAM 1 NGAM2 CAR02 MATB UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT FOR FOR FOR FOR ENOF/El TAPE PENOF TAPE INPUT NGAM TAPE (OEFAULT=O) OUTPUT NGAM TApE (OEFAULT=O) TO BE PROCESSEO * * q * * * * * * MATERIAL * * * * * 35 . 0 MFD --3 5 1: 17 90+LEVEL IOO+LEVEL MTD ---N 221-250 258 259 q            q  REAO IN SMOOTH WEIGHT FUNCTION CONSTANT l/E l/E + FISSION SPECTRUM + THERMAL MAXWELLIAN EPRI-CELL LWR (THERMAL) -(t/E) -(FISSION + FUSION) FAST REACTOR THERMAL--i/E--FAST REACTOR--FISSION + FUSION COMPUTE FLUX WITH WEIGHT N REAO IN RESONANCE FLUX FROM NINWT MEANING ------CROSS SECTION OR YIELO VECTOR FISSION CHI BY SHORT-CUT METHOO NEUTRON-NEUTRON MATRIX NEuTRoN-GAMMA MATRIX (pHOTON YIELOS GIVEN) NEuTRoN-GAMMA MATRIx (PHOTON XSECS GIVEN) RADIOACTIVE NUCLIOE PRODUCTION (MF=9) RADIOACTIVE NUCLIOE PRODUCTION (MF=tO) MEANING -----PROCESS RESERVEO AVERAGE AVERAGE ***4***********             ALL MT NUMBERS FROM THE ENTRY TO N INCLUSIVE FOR THERMAL SCATTERING LETHARGY INVERSE VELOCITY (M/SEC) **************t* PREVIOUS      ***+************ PROGRAM GAMINR q **************** * * * * q * *****+**+******* ** **++*******.

(EV) TAB1 RECORO FILE TO BE PROCESSED SECTION TO BE PROCESSEO DESCRIPTION OF SECTION TO BE PROCESSEO REPEAT FOR ALL REACTIONS OESIRED MFO=O/ TERMINATES THIS MATERIAL MFO=-1/ IS A FLAG TO PROCESS ALL SECTIONS PRESENT FOR THIS MATERIAL (TERMINATION IS AUTOMATIC)’ NEXT MAT TERMINATE FOR INPUT NUMBER GAMINR VARIABLES TO BE PROCESSEO RUN WITH MATO=O. THE METHODS OF GROUPR ARE USEO FOR CROSS SECTION AVERAGING. ENOF COVARIANCES ANO THE GROUP CROSS SECTIONS ARE THEN COMBINEO FINALLY.~ THEN MULTIGROUP CROSS SECTIONS ARE COMPUTED ON THE UNION GRIO (SEE GRPAV).* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * q IGG IWT LORD IPRINT CARD3 TITLE CARD4 NGG EGG CARD5 WGHT CARD6 MFD MTD MTNAME IN ASCENDING INPUT MATERIALS GAMMA GROUP STRUCTURE OPTION WEIGHT FUNCTION OPTION LEGENORE OROER PRINT OPTION (0/I=MINIMUM/MAxIMuM) RUN LABEL UP To 80 ENOEO WITH /) (IGG=I ONLY) NUMBER OF GROUPS NGG+l GROUP BOUNOS (IWT=l ONLY) WEIGHT FUNCTION AS characters OROER (OEFAULT=l) (OELIMITEO i3y *. OR THEY ARE REAO FROM A MULTIGROUP CROSS SECTION LIBRARY ANO THEN COLLAPSEO TO THE UNION GRIO. + * * * * * * * * * q    1. OF COEFFICIENTS FOR DERIVEO CROSS SECTIONS IS ALSO CONSTRUCTED. TO GET THE BASIC COVARIANCE MATRICES (SEE COVCAL). THE BASIC MATRICES ARE COMBINEO TO GET COVARIANCES FOR DERIVED REACTIONS. ---------------------------------*            CARD7 MATD *---oPTIoNS q q * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * IGG --0 1 2 : 5 6 7 IWT --1 2 3 MEANING -----NONE ARBITRARY STRUCTURE (REAO CSEWG 94 GROUP STRUCTURE LASL 12 GROUP STRUCTURE STEINER 21-GROUP GAMMA-RAY STRAKER 22 GROUP STRUCTURE LASL 48-GROUP STRUCTURE LASL 24-GROUP STRUCTURE MEANING -----READ IN CONSTANT l/E + ROLLOFFS IN) STRUCTURE ***************** PROGRAM ERRORR ******************* *********+***** ***************** *******+******* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ** ****************** SECTION COVARIANCES ****************** FROM ERROR FILES *********** * * q q         q   * PRODUCE FORMAT CROSS IN ENOF/B FIRST. THE UNION ENERGY GRIO OF THE USERS GROUP STRUCTURE THE ARRAY ANO THE ENOF COVARIANCE ENERGIES IS OETERMINEO. THE MATRICES ARE COLLAPSEO TO THE USER-S * * * * * * * * * * * * 36 .

* + * * + * * * * * * * * * * q q    q q     * CARO f NENDF NPENO NGOUT q UNIT UNIT UNIT (IF (IF NOUT ENOF/B TAPE PENDF TAPE INPUT GROUP XSEC ZERO. NOTE--CONTRIBUTION TO GROUP CROSS SECTION COVARIANCES FROM RESONANCE-PARAMETER UNCERTAINTIES (MF=32) IS INCLUDED WHEN MF=33 IS REOUESTEO. CARO 5 EK CARO 6 AKXY ENoF/B (OMIT NEK+l * * * q DERIVEO XSEC ENERGY RANGES ALL XSECS ARE INOEPENDENTj IF NEK=O) DERIVEO XSEC ENERGY BOUNOS COEFFICIENTS only-----------------------* (OMIT IF NEK=O) OERIVEO CROSS SECTION vERsloN 5 (lvERF.0) WEIGHT FUNCTION OPTION PRINT OPTION FoR GROUP AvERAGING TEMPERATURE (DEFAULT=300) 4 (1vERF=4) only ----------------(DEFAULT=I) (DEFAuLT=l) * * q (O. DERIVEO (DEFAULT=I) NMT MTS BE EVALUATEO CROSS SECTION ENERGY RANGES (NEK=O IS FLAG FOR DEFAULT) * * * * * * * * * * * q    * * * * * * * NEK+I DERIVEO CROss (DEFAuLT=I . I=MAX. WHICH MEANS REAO IN AN ENERGY GRIO.2.E7) OERIVEO CROSS SECTION sEcTIoN FNERGy BouNos   q COEFFICIENTS  37 . GROUP XSECS WILL MFCOV. MTS TO NO.E-5.EO. EXCEPT IGN=19. AS IN IGN=I. NGOUT CANNOT   BE o)   NIN CARO 2 MATO I GN (DEFAuLT=o) UNIT FOR UNIT FOR (NIN AND MATERIAL NEUTRON OUTPUT COVARIANCE TAPE (DEFAULT=O) INPUT COVARIANCE TAPE (DEFAULT=O) NOUT MUST BE BOTH COOEO OR BOTH BINARY) TO BE PROCESSEO GROUP OPTION         4 * * (IGN DEFINITION SAME AS GROUPR.31(SEE BELOW) FOR FOR FOR   (GENOF) TAPE BE CALCULATED) . .NE.MIN.) * * q * ---------* * * * * * * q *---FoR ENoF/B vERsloN * * CARO 4 * NEK NUMBER OF q q (IF 2ER0.5) * q *---FoR * * q CARD 7 IREAO * * O/1/2=PROGRAM CALCULATE MTS/INPUT MTS AND EKS/ CALCULATE MTS PLUS EXTRA MATI-MTI PAIRS FROM INPUT (OEFAULT=O) ENOF COVARXANCE FILE (31. 32.q GROUP STRUCTURE.EO. AND ONTO AN OUTPtJT GENOF * *---INpuT specifications q THE RESULTS ARE PRINTED TAPE FOR LATER USE (SEE (FREE Format)------------------------ AND/OR WRITTEN COVOUT). CAROS ONLY ~ * * * * * * * * * * q MFCOV * q FOLLOWING CARD 8 NMT NEK CARD 8A MTS CARD 80 EK CARO 9 AKXY IF IREAO. ANO SUPPLEMENT THIS WITH THE ENOF COVARIANCE GRIO ENERGIES) WITHIN THE RANGE OF THE USER-SPECIFIEO IPRINT IRELCO CARO 3 I WT MPRINT TEMPIN (OEFAULT=I) PRINT OPTION (0/l=MINIMUM/MAXIMUM) cDvARIANcE FORM (0/i=A13soLuTE/RELATIvE) (OMIT rF NGouT.1 NO. ---~ * * . OR 33) TO BE PROCESSEO (OEFAULT=33).

NOTE---IF MORE THAN ONE MATERIAL APPEARS ON THE INPUT TAPE.EO.A COVARIANCE MATRIX. cAsEs TO BE RUN (MAxIMuM=40) (DEFAuLT=I) NOLEG PLOT LEGENO OPTION .ONE ROTATEO BY 90 OEGREES.* * q * FOLLOWING CARO 10 MAT 1 MT 1 CARDS ONLY IF IREAO. .020) FULL-CORRELATION (DEFAuLT=.EQ. GAP1 ARE ACTIVATEO BY INPUTTING A VALUE OF GAPREF GREATER THAN 0.--------* * * * q * * * q * * q * -.030*FACT RESPECTIVELY. WHERE FACT IS THE INPUT ANO 0. 19) ------ ------- ------ ------- * *  q * * * * * * **************** CARO 11 NGN CARO 11A E GN CARO 12 WGHT (FOR IGN.1 BOUNOS ONLY) FUNCTION AS (EV) A TAB1 RECORO **************** **************** **************** * * * * * * * ** PROGRAM COVR ****************** ***************** OATA FROM ***************** El?RORR.E. EQ. SPECIFICATIONS 1 INPUT TAPE UNIT OUTPUT TAPE UNIT (OEFAuLT=O=NONE) REFERENCE SHAOING GAP WIOTH GAP WIDTH GAP (FREE FORMAT) -------------. THE CORRELATION MATRIX IS PLOTTEO AS A SHAOEO CONTOUR PLOT ANO THE VECTORs ARE PLOTTED AS SEMI-LOG PLOTS.008) FACTOR FOR AodusTMENT SHAOING NEGATIVE CORRELATION (DEFAULT=l. I. * * * * * * * * 38 . THE ABOVE DEFAULTS ARE ACTIVATED BY ENTERING ZEROES A SECONO SET OF OEFAULTS FOR GAPREF ANO DR dUST A SLASH. . ************** * * * * * * * * * * * q    * PROCESS COVARIANCE PLOT A MATRIX OF CORRELATION COEFFICIENTS ANO AN ASSOCIATE PAIR OF STANOARO OEVIATION VECTORS.I.EQ. NUMBER OF GROUPS NGN+I (FOR WEIGHT GROUP IWT.016*FACT. CARD 3 RELATIVE COVARIANCE OPTION IRELCO O/l=ABSOLUTE/RELATIVE COVARIANCES (DEFAuLT=f) NCASE No. DISSPLA.OR.---------IGN. THIS PROGRAM EMPLOYS THE PROPRIETARY PLOTTING SOFTWARE PACKAGE. * * -----------q  ----- ----- ----- .2. VALUE OF GAPREF. THE LOG ENERGY GRIOS FOR THE VECTOR PLOTS ARE IOENTICAL TO THE GRIDS FOR THE MATRIX PLOT. THE MAT NUMBERS MUST BE IN ASCENOING OROER. THE VALUES USEO ARE 0.-INPuT * * CARD q q              q q       q * * * q NIN NOUT CARO 2 GAPREF GAP 1 XGAP (OEFAULT=.2 * * * * q * * * PAIRS OESIREO * * REPEAT FOR ALL TERMINATE WITH MATI-MTI MATI=O.75) * * * * * * * * * * * ~ * * q q NOTE . IN THIS”CASE.

ANY EOITS CAN BE PROOUCED WHICH ARE EITHER GIVEN IN THE ENOF/B FILE OR ARE LINEAR COMBINATIONS OF ENOF/B CROSS SECTIONS. WITH *. BLOCKEO BINARY (NUDY MOOE). MATI ANO MT1 ARE 0. * q ** * * * * * * * * * * ********+***+. **************** ** q PROCESSES NEUTRON ANO GAMMA PRODUCTION CROSS SECTIONS ANO MATRICES. CARO 2 TPIO * * * * * * * *. * * * * * * * 4 TAPEID FOR (DELIMITED NOUT. THE FISSION NU*SIGF ANO CHI ARE CDMPUTED FROM THE FISSION MATRICES FOR ALL PARTIAL FISSION REACTIONS.0. CAROS 2 ANO 3 FOR FOR ABS (NIN) GE 1 ANO LE ENOF/B AND PENOF TAPES 19 ONLY. ------------------- Format)---------- CARO 1 NIN NOUT A POSITIVE A NEGATIVE UNIT NUMBERS INPUT UNIT A6s (NIN) GE TO LOOP OVER OUTPUT UNIT UNIT UNIT IS IS I ANO LE DIFFERENT 19 IS A FLAG TAPES ANO MATERIALS COOEO (MOOE 3). CHI lNCLUOES SOURCE * * * * * * * ~ * 39 .** ENDF/B GENOF (FREE TAPE. THE NEUTRON TABLES CAN HAVE REDUCEO TABLE LENGTH. * *---INpuT specifications * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * q N. THE ABSORPTION REACTION IS COMPUTEO FROM THE TOTAL CROSS SECTION ANO TOTAL SCATTERING.0 * MEANING PROCESS ALL MTS FOR THIS MAT * WITH MAT1=MAT) * REPEAT CARD 4 NCASE TIMES * **************** **************** **************** **************** PROGRAM MOOER ********4******* **************** * * CHANGE THE MOOE OF AN * * ALSO WORKS FOR PENOF. ANO COVARIANCE ***+************ *+ * * * * TAPES. UP-SCATTER IS ALLOWED.* -1/O/l=LEGEND FOR FIRST SUBCASE ONLY/ * LEGEND FOR ALL PLOTS/NO LEGENOS * (OEFAuLT=O) * NSTART SEQUENTIAL FIGURE NUMBER * O/N=NOT NEEOEO/FIRST FIGURE IS FIGURE * (DEFAULT=O) * CARO 4 * MAT DESIREO MAT NUMBER * MT DESIREO MT NUMBER * MAT 1 OESIREO MAT1 NUMBER * MT 1 DESIREO MT1 NUMBER * (DEFAULT FOR MT. 66 CHARACTERS ENOEO WITH /) ALLOWEO * CARD 3 * NIN * * MATD **************** INPUT UNIT TERMINATE MODER MATERIAL ON THIS **************** BY SETTING NIN=O TAPE TO AOO TO **************** NOUT **************** * * * * * ** PROGRAM DTFR q *************** * * * * * * * * * * * CONVERT OUTPUT **************** OF GROUPR TO **************** OTF FORMAT.

THE CODING IS LEFT CONVERSION TO OTHER SYSTEMS. NLMAX NG NUMBER OF NEUTRON GROUPS IPTOTL POSITION OF TOTAL CROSS SECTION IPINGP POSITION OF IN-GROUP SCATTERING CROSS SECTION. MAT=O/ TERMINATES EXECUTION OF OTFR. GRoupR (BINARY). WARNING. HOLLERITH ISOTOPE NAME HI SNAM MATERIAL NUMBER AS IN ENOF/B (OEFAULT=O) MAT INOEX NUMBER OF SIGMA-ZERO DESIREO (OEFAULT=I) dSIGZ OTEMP TEMPERATURE DESIREO (OEFAULT=300) q * * * * * * * * * * * q * * * * **** *****+********** ************* ********4+****** q *************4* 40 . (DEFAuLT=O=NONE) OPT 10NS PRINT CONTROL (O MINIMUM. THE GAMMA TABLES HAVE QAMMA GROUP 1 IN POSITION 1. q JPOS POSITION OF EDIT QUANTITY. NTHERM q CARO 3A ONLY FOR NTHERM NE O * CARD 3A THERMAL INCOHERENT ANO COHERENT MTS * MT I MT FDR THERMAL INCOHERENT OATA * MT FOR THERMAL COHERENT OATA (DEFAULT=O) MTC * NLC No. COHERENT LEGENDRE 0ROER5 (OEFAULT=O) * CARO 4 EOIT NAMES * SIX CHARACTER HOLLERITH NAMES FOR EOITS FOR AS MANY * THERE WILL BE IPTOTL-3 NAMES REAO. * EACH NAME IS OELIMITEO WITH *. . (OEFAULT=O=NONE) INPUT UNIT WITH PENOF TAPE FOR POINT PLOTS. * * * * q * * * * * q * * * * * * q CARO 6 GAMMA RAY TABLES NPTABL NUMBER OF GAMMA TABLES DESIREO (OEFAuLT=O) NGP NUMBER OF GAMMA GROUpS (oEFAuLT=o) CARO 7 MATERIAL DESCRIPTION ONE CARO FOR EACH TABLE SET OESIREO. (FREE FORMAT)--------------------------~ * * q ITS FOR * * * * * q * q . WITH A TABLE LENGTH EQUAL TO THE NUMBER OF GAMMA GROUPS. THE PL TABLES FOR L. q CARD 5 EOIT SPECIFICATIONS q NEO TRIPLETS OF NUMBERS ON AS MANY CARDS AS NEEDEO. q MULT MULTIPLICITY TO BE USEO WHEN AOOING THIS MT. .O CONTAIN THE PL WEIGHTED TOTAL IN THE TOTAL POSITION AND THE PL TRANSPORT CROSS SECTION IN THE ABSORPTION POSITION. ITABL NEUTRON TABLE LENGTH OESIREO. 2 IN POSITION 2. BECAUSE OF AS A GUIOE ---INPUT CARO i THIS PROGRAM IS EXTREMELY MACHINE DEPENDENT PLOTTING CAPABILITY. 1 MAXIMUM) FILM CONTROL (0/1/2=N0/YES WITH 1 PLOT PER FRAME/ YES WITH 4 PLOTS PER FRAME (DEFAuLT=o) EOIT CONTROL (0/l=IN TABLE/SEPARATE) (OEFAULT=O) (SEpARATE oNLY GROUP DATA) FOR 30 NEUTRON GROUP X 12 PHOTON * * * * * * * * ~ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * q CAROS 3 THROUGH 5 ONLY FOR IEOIT=O * * * * * * * CARO 3 NEUTRON TABLES NUMBER OF NEUTRON TABLES DESIRED. * POSITIONS CAN APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE. OUTPUT UNIT CONTAINING OTF TABLES (COOEO). ETC. SPECIFICATIONS * * * q NIN NOUT NPEND CARO 2 IPRINT IFILM IEOIT * * * q * * * * * * * q UNITS INPUT UNIT wITH OATA FRoM. * NUMBER OF THERMAL GROUPS (DEFAULT=O).GT. * MT ENOF/B REACTION NUMBER.q * q * * * * q q WEIGHTING. CARDS AS NEEOEO. q REACTION TYPES CAN APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE. q NEO NUMBER OF ENTRIES IN EOIT TABLE (OEFAuLT=O).

IN A GIVEN RUN. TO FACILITATE THE EXCHANGE OF NUCLEAR DATA FOR REACTOR* CALCULATIONS (REFERENCE 1). ISOTOPES WITHOUT DELAYEO NEUTRON DATA). FILES WITH HIGHER ORDER MATRICES CAN BE PROOUCEO wITH A SEPARATE 6LOCK FOR EACH L-OROER (IF0pT=2) OR wITH ALL OROERS IN ONE BLOCK (IFOpT=I).: 1. COOE PROOUCES I SOTXS AS SPECIFIEO BY DLAYXS FOR COMPUTER COORDINATION (CCCC). ENOED BY /.00ELL. THE ISOTXS COOING ALLOWS FDR NSBLK EQUAL TO ONE OR NGROUP.D. * *-ccccRq * * * * CARO 1 UNITS NIN INPUT UNIT FOR OATA FROM GROUPR NI SOT OUTPUT UNIT FOR ISOTXS (O IF ISOTXS NBRKS OUTPUT UNIT FOR BRKOXS (O IF BRKOXS NOLAY OUTPUT UNIT FOR OLAYXS (O IF OLAYXS * CARO 2 IDENTIFICATION * LPRINT PRINT FLAG (0/l=NOT PRINT/PRINTEO) * FILE VERSION NUMBER (OEFAULT=O) IVERS * HUSE USER IDENTIFICATION (12 CHARACTERS) * DELIMITEO BY *. R. MATRICES CAN BE PROOUCED. VERSION LASL REPORT LA-6941-MS (sEPT. THIS FLEXIBILITY ACCOMMODATES FISSION VECTORS OR FISSION LARGE GROUP STRUCTURES. THE POTENTIAL SCATTERING CROSS SECTION FOR ALL ENERGY GROUPS IS EQUAL TO THE USER-INPUT VALUE (XSP(I). ALL THREE FILES CAN BE PRODUCEO USING THE THE CODE WILL IGNORE SAME USER-SPECIFIED LIST OF ISOTOPES. ENOEO BY /. THIS INTERFACE MOOULE FILES. OELIMITEO BY *) NOT NOT NOT WANTEO) WANTEO) WANTEO) CHARACTERS) BY OROER) CHARACTERS . IsoTopEs wHlcH ARE NOT PRESENT ON THE GROUPR TAPE (ANO IN THE CASE OF DLAYXS.PROGRAM CCCCR ***************** *********+******* FILES FROM NUOY ****************** INTERMEDIATE ************** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * PRODUCE LIBRARY CCCC-IV CROSS SECTION * * * * * * * * * WORKING FROM THE FOLLOWING A GROLJPR OUTPUT THREE STANOARO BRKOXS THE COMMITTEE TAPE.----------------.~ IN AOOITION. * (OEFAULT=BLANK) * CARO 4 FILE CONTROL * NGROUP NUMBER OF NEUTRON ENERGY GROUPS * NGGRUP NUMBER OF GAMMA ENERGY GROUPS * NISO NUMBER OF ISOTOPES OESIRE * MAXORO MAXIMUM LEGENORE OROER * IFOPT MATRIX BLOCKING OPTION (1/2=BLOCKING * REACTION/LEGENORE q CARO 5 ISOTOPE PARAMETERS (ONE CARO PER ISOTOPE) * (FIRST FOUR WOROS ARE HOLLERITH. THE ELASTIC REMOVAL F-FACTOR IS SUPPLIEO AS THE SIXTH REACTION. * (0EFAuLT=6LANK) * CARO 3 * HSETIO HOLLERITH IDENTIFICATION OF SET (12 * OELIMITEO BY *. UP TO SIX * EACH. STANOARO INTERFACE FILES FOR REACTOR PHYSICS CODES.77) ANO IV. PROCEDURES : ~ * * * * : * * * * * * *---INPIJT spEcIFIcATIfJNs (FREE FORMAT)----------. IN BRKOXS. . * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * t.

INOEX K RANGES FROM 1 TO ICHI. GAMMA PRODUCTION OATA ANO GAMMA INTERACTION CROSS IN ITS PRESENT FORM THIS SECTIONS ONTO A SINGLE OUTPUT FILE.GT. MOOULE WILL ACCEPT ALL RELEVANT REACTIONS PRESENT ON THE INPUT* TAPE(S) AND PROOUCE AN ARCHIVAL OUTPUT FILE wHIcH cAN BE 42 . FLEXIBLE FORMAT SIMILAR WORKING FROM A GROUPR AND/OR TO THE CCCC-ISOTXS FORMAT.0) ATEM(NTI) VALUES OF OESIRED TEMPERATURES CARD 3 (NOT NEEDED IF NZI.q q HISNM HABSID HIDENT HMAT IMAT XSPO * q * q q HOLLERitH ISOTOPE LABEL HDLLERITH ABSOLUTE ISOTOPE LABEL IDENTIFIER OF OATA SOURCE LIBRARY (ENOF/B) ISOTOPE IDENTIFICATION NUMERICAL ISOTOPE IDENTIFIER (ENDF/6 MAT AVERAGE POTENTIAL SCATTERING CROSS SECT.0) SIGPO ASIG(NZI) VALUES OF OESIREO NO INPUT REQUIRED  *-coLAYx-*   q     PROGRAM MATXSR **************** ********t******* * * PROOUCE MATXS INTERFACE * SECTION LIBRARY * q **************** FILE FROM NdOY **************** INTERMEDIATE CROSS ** q * * * * * * : + + * + * * q THE MATXS FILE IS A GENERALIZE. cARo 4 ISOTOPE coNTROL (ONE CARO pER IsoTopE) ISOTOPE CLASSIFICATION KBR GRAM ATOMIC WEIGHT AMASS TOTAL THERMAL ENERGY/FISSION EFISS TOTAL THERMAL ENERGY/CAPTURE ECAPT TEMP ISOTOPE TEMPERATURE AVERAGE EFFECTIVE POTENTIAL SCATTERING SIGPOT OENSITY OF ISOTOPE IN MIXTURE AOENS (oNLY (2I6) NBRKS.I CARD 2 CHI VECTOR CONTROL (ICHIX=l ONLY) NGROUP FLUX VALUES USEO TO COLLAPSE THE GROUPR SPEC FISSION MATRIX INTO A CHI VECTOR CARO 3 CHI MATRIX CONTROL (IcHIx.0) q * * * q q CARO 1 FILE NSBLOK * * * ~ q * * * q * * * q * * * * * * * CONTROL SUBBLOCKING OPTION FOR SCATTERING MATRIX (1 OR NGRUP SUB-BLOCKS ALLOWEO) MAXUP MAXIMUM NUMBER OF UPSCATTER GROUPS (ALwAYs ZERO) MAXIMUM NUMBER OF DOWNSCATTER GROUPS MAXON FISSION CHI REPRESENTATION ICHIX VECTOR (usING GROUPR FLux) -1 NONE o +1 VECTOR (USING INPUT FLUX) MATRIX .GT. * * * * NUMBER) [BRKOXS) * * *-CISOTX. THE MOOEL FLUX IS USEO TO WEIGHT EACH GROUP I.LT.LT. i ONLY) NGROUP VALUES OF SPEC(I)=K DEFINE THE RANGE OF SPEC GROUPS I TO BE AVERAGEO TO OBTAIN SPECTRUM K. GAMINR OUTPUT TAPE.0) FILE OATA NUMBER OF TEMPERATURES (-N MEANS ACCEPT FIRST NUMBER OF SIGPO VALUES * * * q     q   q      q            *-cBRKxs* CARD I * NT I q IF   * * * * * NZ I OESIRED N TEMPERATURES) OESIRE FAcToRS)          * q (-N MEANS AccEpT FIRsT N oILuTIoN CARO 2 (NOT NEEDEO IF NTI.GT.(ONLY IF NIsoT. THIS MODULE CAN PROCESS NEUTRON CROSS SECTIONS.GT.

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OR IRES=I. CARD 10 LAMBOA RESONANCE GROUP GOLDSTEIN LAMBOAS ******REMEMBER THAT THE 69-GRoUP STRUCTURE HAS 13 RESONANCE GROUPS WHILE THE COLLAPSEO 185-GROUP STRUCTURE HAS 15.****** REPEAT CARD 10 FOR EACH NUCLIDE HAVING NINA=O. TIME-OEPENOENT ISOTOPES NTIS No.q * * * * q q * q * q q                  q q     q   q         q  TABULATION IN CPMLIB REPEAT CARD 5 FOR EACH NUCLIOE. ) FPA ONLY . 12C FOR NUCLIOES HAVING NINA=3 CARD 12A Nus NGNO NUS VALUES FIS NGNO FISSION VALUES XTR NGND TRANSPORT VALUES CARO 1213 GROUP . CARDS tl ANO 11A FOR NUCLIDES HAVING NINA=3 ONLY. USE A SLASH AT END OF EACH LINE OF CARO 10 INPUT. CARDS 12 FOR NINA GT 2 ONLY AW ATOMIC WEIGHT TEMP TEMPERATURE NGNO ABSORPTION VALUES (oEFAuLT=O. +2B. FOLLOWING THREE CAROS ARE FOR IFS GT O ONLY CARD 6 No. CAROS +2A. 0 MEANS NO SCATTERING FROM THIS GROUP [: LOWEST GROUP TO WHICH SCATTERING OCCURS L2 HIGHEST GROUP TO WHICH SCATTERING OCCURS CARD i2C FOR IA GT O ONLY L2-LI+I SCATTERING VALUES SCAT REPEAT CARD !20 AND 12C FOR EACti GROUP REPEAT CAROS 12 FOR EACH OF THE NINA GT 2 NUCLIDES * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * q * * * * * * * * q * * * * * * q * * * * * * q * * * * * * * a **************** **************** **************** **************** ** . NINA=3. TEMPERATURES ON OLO LIBRARY NTEMP REPEAT CARO 9 FOR EACH OF THE NTIS ISOTOPES. ) NFIS YIELOS (OEFAuLT=O. ) YIELD REPEAT CARO 8 FOR EACH OF THE NTIS ISOTOPES. FISSIONABLE BURNUP ISOTOPES NFIS C&RO 7 IDENTB IDENT OF EACH OF THE NFIS ISOTOPES CARO 8 IOENTA IDENT OF TIME-DEPENDENT ISOTOPE OECAY DECAY CONSTANT (DEFAULT=O. 47 . CARO 9 FOR IF5=2 ONLY AW ATOMIC WEIGHT INOFIS FISSION INDICATOR NO. CARD 11 RESNU NRG NUS VALUES TO GO WITH THE LAMBDA VALUES CARO 11A TOT NRG TOTAL XSEC VALUES TO GO WITH THE LAMBDA VALUES READ CAROS 11 AND 11A FOR EACH NUCLIDE HAVING NINA=3.

2nf) cross section (third chance fission) (n. equal to the sum of all partial .f) cross section (first chance fission) (n. cross sections) .. 38) (n.2n) cross section for third excited state (describes first neutron) (n.2n) cross section for fourth excited state (describes first neutron) direct (n. 8. 21.2n) isomeric state cross section 4 . 91) 6 (n.n’a) cross section (n. 7. and 16] (n. 52.2n) cross section [total (n.3n) cross section Total fission cross 7 8 9 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 48 section (sum of MT = 19.. equal to the sum of MT = 51. 9. 2 3 Elastic scattering cross section Nonelastic cross section (redundant.2nfx) cross section (n.APPENDIX B DEFINITION OF ENDF/B REACTION NUMBERS USED BY NJOY MT — 1 Total cross section l)escription (redundant.2n) cross section for first excited state (describes first neutron) (n.n-3fx) cross section (n..3na) cross section (n.n’f) cross section (second chance fission) . equal to the partial cross sections except elastic scattering) sum of all 4 Total inelastic cross section (redundant. 53. . 90. (n.2n) cross section is sum of MT = 6.2n) cross section for first excited state (describes first neutron) (n. 20.

n”p) cross section (n. 48. 47.4n) cross section (n.n’) to the first excited state (n.n’) to the second excited state 47 48 49 51 52 . .n-d2a) cross section (n.n’t) cross section (n.n-) to the continuum (n.n’d) cross section (n.t) cross section .n”2a) cross section (n.n’) to the 40th excited state .2n2a) cross section (n. 35 36 37 38 46 (n.y) radiative capture cross section (n.28 29 30 32 + 33 34 .2n) reaction for third excited state cross section for describing the second neutron from (n.n’t2ct) cross section (n.2n) reaction for fourth excited state (Note: MT= 46. (n. and 49 should not be included in the sum for the total (n.2n) reaction for second excited state cross section for describing the second neutron from (n.2n) reaction for first excited state cross section for describing the second neutron from (n.p) cross section (n$d) cross section (n.n”3He) (n.3nf) cross section (fourth-chance fission) cross section for describing the second neutron from (n. 91 102 103 104 105 (n.2n) cross section) (n.

the average cosine of the scattering angle (laboratory system) ‘for elastic-scattering ~. divided by twice the average logarithmic decrement for elastic scattering Energy release rate parameters. E*cJ.t2a) cross section (n. nuclear and electron field (that is.3He) cross section (n. denotes elastic scattering v.d2a) cross section Total hydrogen production Total deuterium production Total tritium production Total 3He production Total 4He production ~.2p) cross section (n. pair plus triple production) b I 252 253 301-450 452 455 456 501 502 504 516 50 . the average of the square of the logarithmic energy decrement for elastic scattering.2a) cross section (n. MT = 302= (300 + 2) reaction type identification.pa) cross section (n. .106 107 108 109 111 112 113 114 203 204 205 206 207 251 (n.a) cross section (n. Subtract 300 from this number to obtain the specific For example. the average logarithmic energy decrement for elastic scattering y. average total (prompt plus delayed) number of neutrons released per fission event Delayed neutrons from fission Prompt neutrons from fission Total photon interaction cross section Photon coherent scattering Photon incoherent scattering Pair production. . for total and partial cross sections.3a) cross section (n.

p ) cross section (cross section for leav ng the residua nu? leus in the ground state) (n.do) cross section for (n. (n.dc’) cross section for continuum specifically not included in CT (redundant.tc) cross section for continuum (n.pz) cross section for 701 702 703 704 .p u~otal ‘) cross section for used continuum specifically not included in (redundant. used for describing outgoing triton) (n.3Heo) cross section for ground state (n. used for describing outgoing deuteron) (n. for describing outgoing proton) ground state 720 721 .tc’) cross section for continuum specifically not included in UT (redundant.602 700 Photoelectric (n.to) cross section for ground state (n.dc) cross section for continuum (n. . .tl) cross section for 1st excited state 740 741 . .p3) cross section for 3rd excited state (n.pc) cross section for continuum excited state (n.3Hel) cross section for 1st excited state 760 761 5J . 758 759 (n. 2nd excited state (n.p4) cross section for 4th excited state 718 719 (n.dl) cross section for 1st excited state 738 739 (n.pl) cross section for 1st excited state (n.

3Hec) cross section for continuum (n. Indicates that electron-positron pair formation is the mode of decay of the residual nucleus formed in the primary reaction. . used for describing outgoing He) (n. . MT68/LR22 denotes a discrete (n. the residual nucleus then decays by a emission. The following MT-numbers are used ~ as LR-flags: LR — 31 Description Indicates that y-emission is the mode of decay of the residual nucleus formed in the primary reaction. 52 . 39 40 .ac) cross section for continuum (n.. For instance.aO) cross section for ground state (n. .n’) scattering event that leaves the residual nucleus in the 18th excited level. . Indicates that internal conversion is the mode of decay of the residual nucleus formed in the primary reaction. used to describe outgoing a-particle) The above MT numbers can also be used as “LR-flags” to indicate the mode of decay of the residual nucleus. .cil) cross section for 1st excited state * 780 781 . 798 799 (n. 778 779 (n.3He ‘) cross section for continuum specific~lly not included in OT ($edundant.ac’) cross section for continuum specifically not included in CT (redundant.

6 / q6-c-NAT FROM TAPE 511*/ *PROCESSEO BY THE NdOY qSEE ORIGINAL ENOF/B-V 0/ *BROADR* -22 -23 1306 1 0 0 0. . 0/ *HEATR* -21 -23 -22 130610000 444 *THERMR* 26 -22 -24 1065 1306 8 1 1 0 1 221 300. EXAMPLE 1.G*/ 103 *(N.05 4. TAPE 322 ON MOUNT ENDF/B-V TAPE 511 MOUNT ENOF/B-111 THERMAL 0 5 *MODER* 20 -21 qRECONR* -21 -22 *PENOF TAPE FOR C FROM 1306 3 0 . POINTWISE PROCESSING ON UNIT 20.6 *THERMR* 26 -24 -23 1065 1306 8 1 4 1 1 229 300. / .6 *GROUPR* -21 -23 0 -24 1306 3 3 33 1 1 1 qCARBON IN GRAPHITE*/ 300 I. .005 0.A)*/ 203 *TOTAL H PRODUCTION*/ 204 *TDTAL H2 PRODUCTION*/ 207 qTOTAL HE4 PRODUCTION*/ 221 *FREE THERMAL SCATTERING*/ 229 qGRAPHITE INELASTIC THERMAL scattering*/ 230 *GRAPHITE ELASTIC THERMAL SCATTERING+/ 251 *MUBAR*/ 252 *XI*/ 253 +GAt4MA*/” 301 qTOTAL HEAT PRODUCTION*/ 53 .05 4. ENOF/B TAPE 511*/ NUCLEAR DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM*/ TAPE FOR DETAILS OF EVALUATION*/ 0 0 51 qOISCRETE INELASTIC*/ -68 *HIGHER LEVELS*/ 91 *CONTINUUM INELASTIC*/ 102 q N.P)+/ ~04 *(N.EIO 3 I q ToTAL.D)*/ 107 *(N.E6 300.005 1./ 3 2 *ELAsTIc*/ 3 4 *Inelastic*/ 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 UNIT 26.APPENDIX C NJOY TEST PROBLEMS I.

6 6 6 6 6 2 *ELAsTIc. . .64fS MODER. RESONANCE-lNTEGRAL-CHECK TOLERANCE MAX RESONANCE-INTEGRAL ERROR . . . . NO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .005 O. . . . . . . . DESCRIPTIVE -------------- CAROS FOR PENOF TAPE -------------------TAPE 511 THE NdOY ENDF/B-V NUCLEAR DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM TAPE FOR OETAILS OF EVALUATION 6-C-NAT FROM PROCESSEO BY SEE ORIGINAL PROCESSING MAT 1306 54 . . . SIGNIFICANT FIGURES . . . .. . RECONSTRUCTION TOLERANCE . . . . . . . FOR BB) . . . . ./ 17 51 *INELASTIC GAMMA PRODUCTION*/ i6 102 qCAPTURE GAMMA PRODUCTION*/ 0/ 0/ *MOOER* -23 25 *STOP* l***************************************************** q *********************** q *  * SS $%.052S *************** **************** POINTWISE RECONR. . . . . .10/81 RAN AT LANL ON MACH. . RECONSTRUCTION TEMPERATURE . .000E-07 MATERIAL TD BE PROCESSEO . . . . . --. . FOR BB) . . . . . . . 1306 .003s **************** CROSS SECTIONS IN -21 -22 *******t****** PENDF FORMAT *************** 11 . CHANGE :: SS SS * VERS. . . . --------------------TAPE 511 (sTANOAROs MATERIALS) f 1 . . U ON 11/09/81 AT 18:46:05 * * q * q $:::::s SS SS Ss SSsss:: SSs$s * q * q q SS SSsssss SSsss q SS $s s? SSss SS $$ SS ***************** * * * q q NUCLEAR CROSS SECTION PROCESSING SYSTEM * * * q q q q * q * * * q **************** MODE OF AN ***************** OR NJOY 20 -21 OUTPUT TAPE **t**&*+* . .---ENOF/B ----TAPE 511 FROM TAPE LABEL ----------ENOF/B-V -----------TAPE 511 -----(STANDARDS ------ --- MATERIALS) . (+ FOR COOEO. . . . . . . PRECONSTRUCT UNITFORENOF/BTAPE UNIT FOR PENOF LABEL -----PENOF FOR PENOF ---------TAPE FOR TAPE TAPE ---------C . . . . . . . ./ 51 *DISCRETE INELASTIC*/ -68 *HIGHER LEVELS*/ 91 *CONTINUUM INELASTIC*/ 221 *FREE THERMAL SCATTERING*/ 6 229 *GRAPHITE INELASTIC THERMAL SCATTERING*/ 6 230 *GRAPHITE ELASTIC THERMAL SCATTERING. . . . . . . . . . . . . .$ .K 6 100 5. . SSss S$ SS Ss$s SS SSs SS SS **************** . THE ENOF/B TAPE INPUT UNIT OUTPUT UNIT TAPE LABEL ----------------ENDF/B-V q (+ FOR COOED. . . .

0000E+O. . . . . . . . BROAOENEO MAT1306 FROM O. . . . . . . . **************** THERMR. Y. . . . . . . . . . . .PROMPT *************** q *************** *************** q 22. . . . . . . . 1 MAX) . MAX. . . . . . . . TOLERANCE MAX ENERGY . . . . . . . 1 MORE. . GAMMA HEAT (O NONLOCAL. . .. . . OUTPUT PENOF UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PEREY MAT HAS NO RESONANCE PARAMETERS GRIO = = 127 776 15. . . .. . .00E+02 21 . 349s UNITFORENOF/BTAPE .R. . . .844S 20. . . . . . FINAL TEMPERATURES . . . . . . . . . . 1 LOCAL) PRINT OPTION (O MIN. . . . .0000E+02 866 K **************** HEAT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UNIT FOR INPUT PENOF TAPE UNIT FOR OUTPUT PENDF TAPE”::::::::::: MATERIAL TO BE PROCESSEO (ENOF) MATERIAL TO BE PROCESSEO (PENOF) NUMBER OF ANGLE BINS . . . . . . . . -22 -23 1306 1 0 0 O. . 1 YES) . . . UNIT FOR OUTPUT PENOF TAPE . . . . . . . . .550S ********* 20. . NUMBER OF PRINCIPAL ATOMS . . . . . TEMPERATURES (KELVIN) . . . . . . .00PPLER ***********+***** OF ENOF/B . . . PRINT OPTION (O MIN. . . . . . . .0000E-02 4. . . . INPUT PENOF UNIT . . . . . . . . . . ENERGY .:: PARTIAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . -21 -23 -22 1306 0 0 0 444 INPUTENOF/BUNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . .316S ************* 30. 26 -22 -24 1065 1306 8 1 1 0 1 22 t 3. . . . .”iRiAiUiNi . . . . . . . 2 CHKj. .773S KERMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . .kOR”iHiRilAi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5. . . NUMBER OF TEMPERATURES . REFERENCEMT . . . STARTING MATERIAL TEMPERATURE THINNING TOLERANCE . . . . . . . . POINTS IN= 903 POINTS MT 2 102 q TO OUT= 3. . . . . . . . . . . . TEMPERATURES (O=ALL) . . . . . . . . . . . 1 YES) . . . . . . . . KERMA MT-S OESIREO .0000E+02 . . . . . . . . . . . .676S 586S POINTS POINTS IN INITIAL AOOEO BY UNIONIZEO LINEARIZATION ***************** BROAOENING ***************** BROADR. . . . OATA ***************** UNIT FOR INPUT PENOF TAPE . .-------------------------------------6-C ORNL EVAL-DEC73 C. . . . . . . . MAT TO BE PROCESSED . . . NUMBER OF FINAL TEMPERATURES RESTART (ONO. . . . . . . . . . . . . .COMPUTE **************** THERMAL **************** SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONS **************** ANO MATRICES 30. . .. . . . . NO.6000E+O0 ‘::::: 55 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .00E+06 3. .743S ************* 22. . .FU AND F. . . . . . PROCESSING AT TEMPERATURE= 3. . . . . . . ELASTIC OPTION . . . . .005 1 . . MATERIAL TO BE PROCESSEO . . .K . . . . . . . . BOOTSTRAP (ONO. . . . . . . . . . INELASTIC OPTION . . . . . . G. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

MAT TO REPROCESSED . . PRINT OPTION (O MIN. . . 173S ************* 92. . . . . . . .1400E-01 1. . . . MATERIAL TO BE PROCESSEO (ENOF) MATERIAL TO BE PROCESSEO (PENOF) NUMBER OF ANGLE BINS . . EFFECTIVE TEMPERATURES . INELASTIC OPTION .5000E+07 1. . .00E+02 q DIFFERENCE WROTE q BETWEEN OATA TEMPERATURES FOR TEMP= FOUND 4. . . .LASL 12 GROUP i 56 . . . . . REFERENCEMT . . . . . .500DE+07 GROUP STRUCTURE - 1. . .515s +***+. . . . . . . NEUTRON GROUP STRUCTURE OPTION GAMMA GROUP OPTION . . . . . . . 28 29 30 GAMMA 1.7000E+07 . .451s 44. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .COMPUTE **************** SELF-SHIELOED . . . .WROTE THERMAL OATA q FOR TEMP= 3. NUMBER OF TEMPERATURES . . . . .COMPUTE *u************** SCATTERING 44. . . . . TEMPERATURES (KELVIN) . . . .3900E-04 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .00E+02 INFINITY GROUP STRUCTURE 1. . . .LASL 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PRINT OPTION (O MIN. . . GROUP-AVERAGED . . .**** 44. . .. . . . . . . . . .400S 92. NUMBER OF PRINCIPAL ATOMS . . . . . 1 MAX) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UNIT FOR OUTPUT GOUT TAPE . . . . .516S THERMAL UNIT FOR ENOF/B TAPE UNIT FOR INPUT PENOF iAPi.5200E-01 4. . . . . . . . . TOLERANCE . . . . . . . . . 26 -24 -23 1065 1306 8 1 4 1 i 229 0 3. . . . UNITFORENDF/BTAPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .00 EV. . . . ELASTIC OPTION . *************** ******+’********* CROSS-SECTIONS -21 -23 0 -24 1306 3 3 3 3 1 GROUPR. . . . . . .0000E-02 4. . . WEIGHT FUNCTION OPTION . . . . . . . . . . . .00E+OO 92. . --- (KELVIN) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UNIT FOR PENOF TAPE . . . . . . . . . . :::::::::::: UNIT FOR OUTPUT PENDF TAPE . .2000E+07 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .00E+02 ***************** CROSS SECTIONS ***************** AND MATRICES ***************** THERMR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MAX ENERGY FOR THERMAL TREATMENT SHORT COLLISION 71ME USED FOR . . . . . 6000E+O0 GREATER AND THAN IS 1. . . . . . . . . . . .215S THERMAL *************** . . .1300E+O0 30 3. . ..3500E+07 1. . . . 0000E+02 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1339E+02 5. . . .3500E+07 1. . .~400E-Oi - GROUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5200E-01 4. . .. . . UNIT FOR INPUT GOUT TAPE . RUN TITLE ---------CARBON TEMPERATURES SIGMA ZEROES NEUTRON 1 2 3 -------IN -----GRAPHITE ----------. . . . . . . . . . 1 MAX) . LEGENOREOROER . . . . TRANSFERS OESIRED 3. . . . . . . . . . . .

0000E+06 3.0000E+06 5.472E+O0 1. .108E+OO 7.0000E+06 2.334E+o0 1. .472S GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 8.0000E+06 9. .0000E+04 1.252E-01 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 3 AND MT ENRGY GROUP 1 2 3 AT 2 T=3.0000E+06 9.0000E+06 5.0000E+05 5.0000E+06 8. l/E 1306 -----511 PROCESSING ------------6-C-NAT ----- ------- FROM GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 3 ANO MT ENRGY GROUP 1 F LX 2 FLX 3 F LX AT T=3. . .0000E+06 6.226E-01 8.762E+O0 1 .0000E+05 ~.706S GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 8.848E-01 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR UF 3 ANO MT ENRGY GROUP AT 4 T=3.000E+02 INELASTIC AT DEG K 93.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 WEIGHT 1.002E+Q0 4.0000E+06 8.0000E+06 7.0000E+05 1.0000E+06 4.761E+O0 4.747E+o0 28 29 30 8.004E+O0 28 FLX 29 FLX 30 FLX 1.0000E+07 FOR ALL L .0000E+05 5.096E+O0 4.0000E+C)6 -7.054E-01 1.0000E+06 FUNCTION MAT -----TAPE - 1.000E+oo 4.0000E+06 2.000E+02 ELASTIC AT OEG K 93.178E-01 1.924S GROU”P CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 57 .0000E+06 4.36tE+O0 1.000E+02 1 TOTAL AT DEG K 93.0000E+06 2.0000E+06 3.632E-01 8.748E+O0 1.0000E+06 6.

342E-02 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 3 ANO MT LR ENRGY GROUP 30 AT 64 23 T=3.633E-03 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 3 ANO MT LR ENRGY GROUP 27 28 29 30 AT 53 23 T=3.983E-02 1.000E+02 CONTINUEO PARTICLE AT OEG EMISSION K 94.781E-03 4.311E-01 4.354E-01 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 3 ANO MT LR ENRGY GROUP 26 27 28 29 30 AT 52 23 T=3.465E-0~ 3.155E-01 1.000E+02 CONTINUEO PARTICLE AT OEG EMISSION K 94.607E-02 2.199E-01 3.168E-02 2.363E-04 k THRESHOLO IS ABOVE HIGHEST ENERGY BOUNO FOR MT 65 58 .290E-01 4.168E-02 2.358S GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE DILUTION 6.131s GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 5. I15E-01 2.61 !E-02 6.850E-01 1.465E-01 3.016E-0~ 4.023S CONSTANTS OILUTION 5.300E-01 4.261E-02 7.000E+02 OISCRETE AT OEG K INELASTIC 94.149E-02 4.679E-02 8.000E+02 CONTINUEO PARTICLE AT OFG EMISSION K 94.093s GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE DILUTION 9.932E-01 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 3 ANO MT ENRGY GROUP 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 GROUP INFINIIE AT 51 T=3.24 25 26 27 28 29 30 5.

645E-02 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 ANO MTI02 ENRGY GRoUP 1 2 3 T=3.270E-02 1.924E-02 2.095E-03 6.498E-02 3.P) AT OEG K 94.912E-04 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 ANO MT103 ENRGY GROUP 29 30 T=3.142E-05 1.000E+02 (N.382S GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 1.599E-04 7.000E+02 (N.G AT OEG K 94.187E-02 1.A) AT DEG K 94. 440s GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE DILUTION 1. 680s GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 1.808E-02 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 ANO MTI07 ENRGY GROUP T=3.O) AT OEG K 94.549E-03 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 ANO MTI04 ENRGY GROUP 30 T=3.369E-03 1.000E+02 N.THRESHOLO IS ABOVE HIGHEST ENERGY BOUNO FOR MT 6e THRESHOLD IS ABOVE HIGHEST ENERGY BOUNO FOR MT 67 THRESHOLO IS ABOVE HIGHEST ENERGY BOUNO FOR MT 68 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 3 ANO MT LR ENRGY GROUP 26 27 28 29 30 AT 91 23 T=3.000E+02 (N.6B7S CONSTANTS 59 .6~OE-04 28 29 30 7.258E-04 1.000E+02 CONTINUUM PARTICLE AT OEG K INELASTIC EMISSION 94.669S GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 1.

544E-01 8.759s GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 1.599E-04 7.859E-02 DILUTION GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 AND MT203 ENRGY GROUP 29 30 T=3.000E+02 DEG K TOTAL H PRODUCTION AT 94 .096E+O0 4.946S THERMAL SCATTERING + GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 6.160E-01 1.114E-02 6.670E-01 1.503E-02 1.760E+O0 t 60 .004E-01 4.483E+O0 3.808E-02 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 ANO MT207 ENRGY GROUP 25 26 27 28 29 30 T=3.399E-01 2.000E+02 TOTAL HZ AT OEG K PRODUCTION 94.777s GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 1.000E+02 TOTAL HE4 AT OEG K PRODUCTION 94.018E-01 9.549E-03 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 AND MT204 ENRGY GROUP 30 T=3.761E+O0 4.000E+02 GRAPHITE AT OEG K INELASTIC 94. 770s GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 1.747E+O0 4.503E-02 2.626E-02 8.742E+O0 1 2 3 4 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 ANO MT229 ENRGY GROUP 1 2 3 T=3.GROUP 25 26 27 2a 29 30 INFINITE 1.142E+O0 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 AND MT221 ENRGY GROUP T=3.000E+02 DEG K FREE THERMAL SCATTERING AT 94.545E-01 6. 836S GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 8.

604E-02 .463S GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 1. 3 28 29 30 5.260E+O0 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 ANO MT230 ENRGY GROUP 1 : 4 T=3.4 4.000E+02 GRAPHITE AT OEG ELASTIC K THERMAL SCATTERING 95.237S GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 1.793E-01 6.616E-02 3.604E-02 5.000E+02 MU6AR AT OEG K 95.196E-01 28 29 30 4.970E-02 3.262E-02 .951E-02 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 ANO MT253 ENRGY GROUP 2 3 T=3.000E+02 XI AT OEG K 102.671E-01 1.848E-01 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 ANO MT252 ENRGY GROUP 2 3 T=3.166E-01 3.407E-02 3.000E+02 GAMMA AT DEG K 107.175E+O0 9.259E-(-J4 6.OE-02 5. 148S GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE DILUTION 2.337s GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 5.673E-01 1.714E+O0 2.391E-01 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 ANO MT251 ENRGY GROUP T=3.6C.880E-02 4.592E-01 20 29 30 4.

959E-03 -8.205E-10 3.36OE-1O OROER 3 1.555E-09 7.359E-04 4.891E-03 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 6 ANO MT LR INITL GROUP 26 26 26 FINAL GROUP 8 9 10 AT 52 23 T=3.372E-01 1.421E-08 LEGENDRE 2 -3.144E-02 -1.534E-01 -2.619E-03 3.873E-02 5.650E-09 1.000E+02 ELASTIC CONSTANTS 1 DEG K 112.149E+O0 1.900E-01 30 30 30 28 29 30 6.808E-03 5.999E-09 -2.064E-10 OROER 3 3.311E-09 -5.128E+OI 1.449s GROUP O 2.055E-01 -1.428E-01 -1.841E-03 -3.263E-09 123.222E-08 5.834E-01 6.152E-03 -3. GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 6 ANO MT INITL GROUP 1 2 2 FINAL GROUP 1 1 2 AT 2 T=3.636E-09 -7.943E-12 -4.688E-10 -3.GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 AND MT301 ENRGY GROUP 1 2 3 T=3.091E+O0 7.873E+06 .182E-05 -4.937E-02 4.840E+06 3.178E-12 -6.8~6E-02 1.082E-02 7.171E-10 1.031E-02 -7.566E-03 6.000E+02 TOTAL HEAT AT OEG K PROOLJCTION GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 1.549S GROUP O 8.534E-09 -1.834E-~0 8.451E-03 -7.572E-01 4.275E-03 8.484E-03 3.865E-02 1.686E-03 -1.000E+02 OISCRETE CONSTANTS 1 DEG K INELASTIC VS LEGENORE 2 -8.182E-01 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 6 ANO MT INITL GROUP 24 24 24 FINAL GROUP 7 8 9 AT 51 T=3.420E-09 6.232E-01 4.000E+02 CONTINUEO PARTICLE CONSTANTS 1 OEG EMISSION VS K 128.217E-09 3.950E-11 -4.004E+O0 VS LEGENORE 2 1.650E-08 62 .845E-03 4.796E-08 30 30 30 30 25 26 27 28 9.308E+06 2.053E-02 4.386S GROUP O 1.860E-02 5.016E-01 5.751E-08 -1.245E-03 3.719E-02 1.363E-02 OROER 3 4.068E-11 -3.072E+O0 b 26 29 30 2.689E-02 2.539E-04 4.

000E-06 -1.291E-i)6 -1.000E+02 CONTINUEO PARTICLE CONSTANTS 1 DEG EMISSION VS K 131.152E-03 3.357E-10 ‘3.975E-06 -1.848E-06 2.805E-09 -1.501E-07 7.396E-04 7.763E-04 1.335E-04 2. 167E-OS 1.805E-09 3.000E+02 CONTINUUM PARTICLE OEG K INELASTIC EMISSION 138.594E-09 1.533E-02 5. 164E-05 8.335E-03 1.171E-08 1.424E-03 2.541E-C.358E-05 -3. IIIE-05 1.481E-09 6.46!E-03 1.586E-08 6.150E-03 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 6 AND MT LR INITL GROUP 27 27 27 FINAL GROUP 7 8 9 AT 53 23 T=3. ~!6S GROUP O ~EGENORE 2 OROER 3 1.813E-11 -4.265E-03 1.8 -7.794E-03 2.561S GROUP O 2.229E-11 -3.018E-10 3.737E-03 1. 152E-05 3.416E-07 3.491E-06 THRESHOLO IS ABOVE HIGHEST ENERGY BOUNO FOR MT 65 THRESHOLO IS ABOVE HIGHEST ENERGY BOUNO FOR MT 66 THRESHOLO IS ABOVE HIGHES”r ENERGY BOUND FOR MT 67 THRESHOLO IS ABOVE HIGHEST ENERGY BOUNO FOR MT 68 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 6 ANO MT LR AT 91 23 T=3.331S 63 .77iE-04 1.235E-04 1.399E-07 -1.351E-G9 -1.099E-04 1.878E-08 2.293E-09 5.994E-05 -3.848E-03 7.320E-03 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 6 AND MT LR INITL GROUP 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 FINAL GROUP 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 AT 64 23 T=3.510E-03 -3.628E-07 -1.962E-05 7.419E-08 30 30 30 23 24 25 2.647E-10 ORDER 3 2.807E-06 1.765E-05 1.226E-06 -7.783E-10 8.000E+02 CONTINUEO PARTICLE CONSTANTS 1 OEG EMISSION VS K 138.360E-09 1.204E-04 -2.527E-09 -2.040E-04 1.333E-04 3.320E-09 -2.039E-08 -1.057E-03 -1.009E-04 1.958E-08 LEGEN!!RE 2’ -1.898E-12 -3.558E-03 1.743E-07 8.302E-06 -2.949E-05 6.30 30 30 24 25 26 2.905E-12 -4.856E-10 1.066E-07 4.805E-03 5.71CIE-04 8.831E-04 -1.655E-06 -8.062E-10 -2.174E-09 -5.647E-05 2.137E-08 -3.762E-03 3.313E-03 -1.078E-08 4.038E-02 4.

825E-07 3.419E-01 4.241E-02 1.122E-03 1.588E-03 7.477E-01 8.903E-04 4.711S 8.215E-04 4.135E+O0 9.948E-08 -1.514E-02 2.INITL GROUP 26 26 26 27 27 27 28 28 28 29 29 29 30 30 30 FINAL GROUP 9 15 21 1: 20 8 .522E-02 -9.220E-04 -8.772E-09 -2.841E-02 -1.693E-09 1.159E-06 4.789E-02 -8.764E-06 6.558E-06 1.714E-03 5.827E-04 3.742E-09 -4.254E-05 -1.000E-05 -1.352E-05 3.509E-02 -3.577E-09 3.161E-01 -3.055E-03 -3.325E-03 2.605E-08 3.014E-04 6.995E-01 4.: 1: 20 8 14 20 ISOTROPIC +0 2.522E-06 5.402E-02 1.720E-05 1.716E-03 4.725E-03 8.153E-02 7.593E-02 9.454E-03 MATRIX +1 1.841E-03 2.947E-02 1.571E+O0 1.161E-05 6.282E”-08 -1.822E-03 -9.255E-05 -2.470E-08 2.940E-03 -6. 147.297E-03 -1.928E-01 -7.259E-01 1.364E-07 -1.303E-04 1.954E-02 2.132E-06 9.161E-03 ~.065E-02 -2.563E-03 1.274E-06 3.594E-02 -3.951E-O.446E-02 1.063E+O0 3.166E-05 7.864E-01 3.999E+O0 1.663E-07 5.514E-03 3. DEG K INELASTIC VS SET TO ABS VALUE ANO CONTINUE.740E-04 V.806E-03 5.511E-05 2.325E-05 1.290E-02 -1.647E-04 -2.345E-09 4. 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 FINAL GROUP 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 GROUP O THERMAL SCATTERING LEGENORE 2 OROER 3 -3.527E-08 6.OIOE-03 3.364E-02 1.408E-01 3.056E-03 1.251E-01 2.977E-04 138.000E+02 GRAPHITE CONSTANTS 1 -3.677E-04 3.511E-04 6.143E-02 -2.092E-05 1.631E-01 -3.423E-01 3.606E-05 1.868E-04 1.537E-06 1.948E-06 8.425E’-O3 -1.201E-03 -1.049E-02 6.330E-03 9.469E-03 6.408E-04 1.571E-03 1.656E-04 9.591E-09 2.933E-04 3.797E-01 2.083E-05 2.216E-07 3.241E-03 1.795E-04 1.423E-02 5.533E-04 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 6 AND MT221 INITL GROUP 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 ! 4 4 FINAL GROUP 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 3 4 5 GROUP o T=3.21OE-O3 -1.648E-01 1.395E-03 1.238E-03 -1.050E-04 2.229E-03 -3.0170E-14.030E-03 ---WARNING FROM BINA---OISC= T=3.175E-03 -1.962E+O0 5.677E-08 7.335E-06 5.000E+02 DEG K FREE THERMAL SCATTERING CONSTANTS 1 “VS LEGENDRE 2 ORDER 3 7.632E-02 8.557E-01 4.809E-01 4.778E-04 -2.155E-04 -2.982E-01 1.644E-06 3.554E-01 -3.779E-04 -5.947E-05 4.S FINAL +2 GROUP +3 8.304E-05 2.540E-04 -~.771E-03 7.903E-08 2.201E-08 -5.441E-04 8.463E-06 1.682E-03 4.046E-01 -6.212E-01 6.810E-07 3.138E-02 -1.406E-07 2.682E-03 7.057E-01 3.537E-03 1.142E-03 5.042E-07 7.348E-07 2.522S GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 6 AND MT229 INITL GROUP 1 1 .989E-08 2.244E-06 1. 1.396E-03 6.281E-01 4.254E-09 1.638E-05 -3.028E-06 4.232E-01 -1. IIOE-02 -5.096E-04 -1.608E-03 3.090E-OB -1.498E-04 2.024E-03 -3.587E-04 7.007E+O0 1.612E-05 -1.672E-01 -1.030E-04 2.590E-04 64 .689E-04 2.703E-03 -4.964E-04 4.577E-05 3.882E-09 6.740E-04 2.246E-09 -2.631E-08 3.503E-03 1.394E-03 -1.023E+O0 3.175E-08 1.726E-01 6.510E-05 5.864E-03 -1.381E-02 2.577E-03 2.680E-08 1.192E-05 6.425E-05 9.094E-03 3.705E-03 1.

122E-04 4. I09E-02 5.2’72E-02 4.354E-01 LEGENL)RE 2 1. O. INPUT OUTPUT TAPE (+ FOR COOEO. 0.418E-02 8.155E-01 1. O.00000+ 3 1.067E-02 175. . 128S < INITL GROUP 1 2 3 4 FINfl.388E-02 2. 0.504E-04 2. 0.391E-01 -1.723S q ***** ~80.065E-03 3.638E-03 7. I18E-05 1.18969+ 1 0.446E-04 4.936S GROUP O 5.258E-04 6.**.405s ISOTROPIC +0 4.523E-02 1.000E+02 INELASTIC CONSTANTS 1 O. .000oo+ o 0.452E-04 O.**** 180. VS FINAL +2 GROUP +3 8.064E-01 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF17 ANO MT INITL GROUP 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 FINAL GROUP 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 AT 51 T=3. 0.199E-01 3. O. 0. OR *******+. 0.115E-01 2.025E-05 1.***** NLJOY OUTPUT -23 25 q **++. 0.345E-02 2.8~3E-02 2.306E-02 3.639E-02 5.156E-01 2. O.168E-02 2. q *****+******** .774E+O0 1. . OEG GAMMA VS K PRODUCTION OROER 3 O. O.702E-01 2.714E+O0 2.850E-01 1.540E-01 7.GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 6 ANO MT230 T=3. (+ FOR COOEO. O. O. .537E+O0 5.653E-01 1.647E-02 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF16 ANO MTI02 INITL GROUP 1 2 3 FINAL GROUP 4 4 4 T=3.067E-01 -2.504E-04 2.065E-03 3. 175E+O0 9. O. O. 0.553s ********** PENDF TAPE FOR C FROM ENOF/B 6..CHANGE UNIT UNIT *+******+****** THE MOOE OF AN ***********+** ENOF/f3 TAPE . O.000E+02 OEG K CAPTURE GAMMA PRODUCTION MATRIX +1 O.L GROUP 1 2 3 4 GROUP O LEGENORE 2 -1. 178.000E+02 GRAPHITE CONSTANTS 1 OEG ELASTIC VS K THERMAL SCATTERING OROER 3 -3.749S MODER. O. O.465E-01 3. O.00000+ o TAPE 0 0 511 0 0 0 0 01306 01306 iooo 1451 145J 1 2 65 .509E-04 179. O.122E-04 29 29 30 30 6 12 6 12 4.166E-01 3. O. FOR BB) FOR BB) TAPE LABEL ----------PENOF ************* TAPE ----------FOR q ---FROM ENOF/B ---- ---TAPE -511 q C **** b*******t* +************ *+******+*** +**********+* 190.

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1 0.II.E6 300. 1. 1 10.E4 1000.E5 1.E1O 1. 2100. 100.E1O 1. MOUNT o EXAMPLE ENDF/B-IV 2. 1 Inelastic*/ Inelastic*/ 0/ 3 3 3 3 6 0/ 3 3 3 3 6 18 q FISSION*/ 102 *CAPTURE*/ 2 *ELAsTIc*/ 1 2 . LIBRARY 4 *MODER* 20 -21 *RECONR* -21 -22 *PENDF TAPE FOR PU-238 1050 3 0 .4E06 ~ 1 *ToTAL*/ 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 2 *ELASTIC*/ 16 *N2N*/ 17 *N3N*/ IS *FIssIoN*/ 102 *CAPTURE*/ 251 *MUBAR*/ 252 *XI*/ 253 q GAMMA*/ 259 ql/V*/ 2 *ELAsTIc*/ 16 *N2N*/ 17 *N.E5 1.ToTAL*/ *ELAsTIc*/ 18 *FISSION*/ 102 *CAPTURE*/ 2 *ELAsTIc*/ 0/ 0/ *CCCCR* -25 21 22 0 1 1 *T2LANL N~oY*/ 68 .00506/ *94-PU-238 FROM ENDF/B q PROCESSED BY THE NJOY *SEE ORIGINAL ENOF/B-IV FROM ENOF/B-IV TAPE 404*/ q TAPE T404*/ NUCLEAR DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM*/ TAPE FOR OETAILS OF EVALUATION*/ . 100.3N*/ 18 *FIssIoN*/ 51 *oIscRETE -59 *continued*/ 91 *CoNTINuuM 1 2 *To7AL*/ *ELAsTIc*/ 10.002 1. 0/ *BROAOR* -22 -23 1050 3 0 1 0 .025 0. CCCC TAPE CROSS 404 ON SECTION UNIT 20. 900. 0/ *UNRESR* -23 -22 -2f 1050 3 7 1 300 900 2100 1.8208E06 1.E4 1000. 2100. 900. 0/ *GROUPR* -21 -22 0 -25 10505043371 *94-PU-238*/ 300.

. . . . .3821E02 3. RESONANCE-INTEGRAL-CHECK TOLERANCE MAX RESONANCE-INTEGRAL ERROR . . U ON 11/06/81 AT 18:33:09 * q * SS$ $$ * SS$s $. . .$ * SS $sss * SS $$s * SS $$ * ***************** MOOER. . . .E1O 0. .CHANGE UNIT UNIT ENOF/B TAPE .0 q * * ****+******kk+*****+* q q q * q ***”********** vERs. 10. . . . . . . . 1 *STOP* 1******************. - 94-PU-238 FROM ENOF/B PROCESSEO BY THE NJOY SEE ORIGINAL ENOF/B-IV TAPE T404 NUCLEAR DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM TAPE FOR OETAILS OF EVALUATION PROCESSING __________ 94-PU-238 MAT ________ AI 1050 ---- ------- --------ALTER ANO OUNFORO EVAL-MAYG7 POINTS IN INITIAL UNIONIZEO GRIO = 111 69 . . . . . . ____ 3) -------I-SEPT-76 . RECONSTRUCTION TOLERANCE . . . . (+ FOR COOEO. . (+ FOR COOED. . DESCRIPTIVE ---------CAROS FOR ----------PENDF TAPE --------------- . .005 O. . . . 1050 . . . . . . . . s% ***************** * * * * * NUCLEAR CROSS SECTION PROCESSING SYSTEM * * * * * q * * * * * * ***************** THE MOOE OF AN ***************** OR NJOY 20 -21 OUTPUT TAPE q ******** .. . . . ---3) ----- --1-SEPT-76 7. PRECONSTRUCT POINTWISE *************** CROSS SECTIONS *************** IN -21 -22 PENOF *************** FORMAT 8. 1981*/ 500 1 4 1 *PU238* *PU238* qENOFB4* * 1050 * 1050-1 0 2. .$ $sss$ss SS$$s SS $$ $$ $s $s$$$ $$$$s$s $$ $s SS SSsss. . . SSsss S$ $$ s? SSss :. NO.lo/81 RAN AT LANL ON MACH. .E5 1. . . -----FROM ----ENOF/B-IV ___ TAPE 404 TAPE LABEL ------------ ____ TAPE 404 ---(REV. . .E4 1000. . . -------TAPE 404 ----(REV. . . .000E-07 ENOF/B-IV MATERIAL TO BE PROCESSEO . . . . . .962S *************** . . .** q ***4*************** 1050 O.3003E-11 1. . . . INPUT OUTPUT $$ $$ $.*CCCCR TESTS OCT. SIGNIFICANT FIGURES . . . . . 10.002S q * UNITFORENOF/BTAPE UNIT FOR PENOF LABEL ----PENOF TAPE -----FOR ----PENOF ------FOR TAPE TAPE ------PU-238 . .. FOR BE) FOR BE) TAPE LABEL ----------ENOF/B-IV *************** RECONR. . . . . .89 I. . . . . . . . RECONSTRUCTION TEMPERATURE . . . . . .7461E-12 36 300 900 2100 1. . -. .K 6 100 5. 100.629S .

Ooo . . . .460S UNRESR. . . . .000 . . .61E+OI 1. . .000 . . .0000E+02 2067 K 196S 4~ . . BROAOENED 3. . UNIT FOR OUTPUT PENOF TAPE . . . . . .000 . .968S BROAOENEO MAT105O FROM POINTS IN= 3136 18 102 MT 2 MAT105O FROM. . . .96E+OI PERCENT RES-INT 0.000 O. . .00PPLER **************+** DATA -22 -23 1050 : 1 O. . . . . . . .07E+02 PERCENT RES-INT 0.Ooo .000 0. . . STARTING MATERIAL TEMPERATURE THINNING TOLERANCE .0000E+02 POINTS TO OUT= 2. . POINTS TO OUT= 3. . . .454S q *** 20. .0000E+02 2323 K 36.000 0.19E+01 7. .423S +************ 46. UNIT FOR INPUT PENOF TAPE . .002s ESTIMATEO MAXIMUM ERROR DUE TiI RESONANCE INTEGRAL CHECK (ERRMAX.000 0.000 CAPTURE INTEGRAL 3. ..68E+OI 2. . . SIGMA ZERO VALUES . . . . . . MAX. ENOF/B .00E+02 1. . . . .POINTS AODED BY LINEARIZATION = 338 10.Ooo 0. .000 .000 ERROR SIG-FIG 0. . . . . . NUMBER OF FINAL TEMPERATURES . . RESTART (ONO. . . . .CALCULATION UNRESOLVED .00E+OO 3. . . . IOE+03 ******************* 20. . . . . .000 0. UNIT FOR INPUT ENOF/8 TAPE . . . . .00E+04 70 . .K . *4***+********* CROSS SECTIONS q 46. . .030 . . . . . 00E+04 POINTS POINTS POINTS POINTS FINAL ELASTIC INTEGRAL 1. . .493S UNIT FOR INPUT PENOF TAPE .ERRINT) AND SIGNIFICANT FIGURE TRUNCATION (NOIGIT) UPPER ENERGY 1 . .16E+OI 1. lYES) . . IOE+03 1 . . . . .0000!S+02 POINTS TO OUT= 9. UNIT FOR OUTPUT PENOF TAPE .. . . . ::: :::::::::::::::: 22. . . . . . . . . .Ooo .17E+O0 1.23E+OI 1. . . . . .65E+01 2. . . .000 . . . ENERGY FINAL TEMPERAiilRii. . . . . . . . . .00E+02 9. . . . . .000 .002 1. TEMPERATURES . . MATERIAL TO BE PROCESSEO . .92E+01 1.00E+IO 1. POINTS IN= 2323 18 102 MT 2 MAT105O FROM 2067 POINTS IN= MT 2 18 102 q O.000 . . . .24E+02 2. . .772S BROAOENEO 9. q 547 = 73 ****************** 8ROAOR. . . . . OOE+02 9. . .000 . . .00E+02 2. . . . .00E+06 3. .000 ERROR SIG-FIG 0. . . . .00E+05 1.04E+01 3. . . .93E+O0 1. . . -21 -23 -22 3. 2703 ADOEO BY RESONANCE RECONSTRUCTION = AFFECTEO BY RESONANCE INTEGRAL CHECK = AFFECTEO BY SIGNIFICANT FIGURE REDUCTION 569 REMOVEO BY BACKTHINNING = 2753 NUMBER OF RESONANCE POINTS * ***+************** BROADENING OF . BOOTSTRAP (ONO. .1000E+03 1822 K q *************** +************** OF ***********+**** RESONANCE . .49E+O0 3. .llE+OI 1.62E+OI 7. . . .000 . . . I YES) . .000 .000 . . . 00E+02 2.

0000E+02 4.211E+O0 1.472E+01 4.296E+OI 1.975E+O0 7. I19E+01 3.584E+O0 1.38tE+Of 1.566E+01 5.622E+OI 1.780E+OI 3. . .292E+OI 3.553E-01 1.582E+O0 3.012E+O0 2.906E+O0 1.445E+OI 1.570E+OI 1.263E+0 3. TEMP = MAT = 1050 ENERGY = 2.841E+OI 3. .287E+OI .901E-01 1.893E+OI 1.314E+OI 4.047E-01 1.285E+OO 5.) 3.214E+Q0 3.777E+OI 1.410E+O0 4.893E+Ol 1.290E+OI . .221E-01 1.176E+O0 1. 1 MAX.892E+OI 1.713E+01 3.893E+OI CROSS SECTIONS TEMP = 2.322E+OI 5.621E+OI 1..466E+O0 2.354E+o0 7.185E+OI 4.1.8t5E+O0 4.034E+01 1.065E-01 1.085E+Oi 3.0$8E+OI 2.714E-01 f.404E-01 1.503E+O0 1.506E+OI 1.970E+O0 4.284E+OI 1.880E-O 1.364E+O0 7.538E+OI 6.211E+O0 1.611E+01 1.562E+OI 2.364E+O0 7.582E+CXJ 1.633E+O0 1.520E+OI 2.043E-01 1.099E+O0 7.019E-01 1.442E+OI 4.484E+OI 3.047E-01 1.143E+01 4.677E-01 3.00E+OI 1 .402E+OI 1.569E+OI 7.539E+OI 1. 0000E+04 1.318E+OI 3.261E+O0 5.268E+OI 4.00E+02 5.122E+O0 3.570E+O0 1.484E+OI 4.798E+OI 1.899E-O 9.261E+OI 3.243E+0 1.779E+OI 3.852E+O0 7.286E+01 1. .180E+OI 1.791E+01 3.967E-01 1 848E+OI POIN” s 1.829E-01 4.I?71E+OI 1.481E-01 1.538E+OI 4.538E+OI 4.0000E+04 1.492E+OI 1.497E+OI 2.079E+01 3.416E+O0 5. I09E+OI ENERGY = 8.474E+OI 1.449E+OI 2.386E+Ol 64.0~8E+Ol 1.537E+O0 1.680E+01 2.040E-01 9.636E+OI 1.294E+O0 j.246E+Ot 2.284E+OI 1.449E+01 1.1920E+02 3.077E-01 1.362E+O0 7.lj79E+Ol 1.654E+01 1.448E+OI 1.503E+OI 3.642E+OI 1.673E+OI 6.364E+O0 7.135E+O0 6.248E+OI 1.660E+OI 9.229E+O0 1.734E+O0 2.246E+O0 3.652E+01 2.476E+OI 1.088E+O0 2.623E+OI 1.0000E+02 6.491E+OI 4.577E+OI 2.159E-01 1.364E+O0 7.484E+OI 1.525E+OI 4 128E+oI 2 805E+OI 2 .902E-01 5.256E+OI 2.008E-01 1.670E+OI 1.636E+OI 1. .00E+OO PRINT OPTION (O MIN.232E+O0 6.210E+OI 2.434S 56.039E-01 1.434E+O0 6.379E+O0 1.274E+01 8.638E+O0 6.937E+OI 3.767E+OI ENERGY = 1.434S 9.865E+OI PDINTS 1.399E+OI 1.559E+OI 2.355E+OI 1.304E+01 56.314E-01 1.317E+01 4. 128E+OI 4.00E+03 1 . 196E+OI 3.507E+O0 4.811E-O 9.893E+OI 1.723E+O0 6.143E+OI 4.893E+OI 1.037E+01 1.791E+O! 3.51 fE+Ol 1.530E+01 2.4f8E+Ol 1.435E+OI 3.258E+0’ 3.513E+OI 5.986E+01 4.292E+O0 6.477E-01 4. 1 46.541E+OI 4.414E+OI 3.. I14E+O0 3.351E+OI 2.552E+O0 1.345!?+00 6 .363E+O0 7.577E+01 3.244E+OI .594E+OI 1.783E+O0 1.282E+O0 1.597E+OI 1.430E+OI 3.226E+OI 2.985E+OI 3. 4000E +02 4.623E+OI 1. 0000E+02 6.411E+OI 3.254E+OI ENERGY = 1.357E+O0 5.0000E+02 6.893E+OI GENERATEO MAT = 1050 ENERGY = 6.126E+OI 3.330E+OI 5.041E+OI 2.451S 64.623E+OI 1.492E+OI ENERGY = 6.518E+OI 1.893E+OI CROSS SECTIONS TEMP = 2.451S 4.075E+O0 2.995E+OI 2.890E+OI AT 15 IOE+03 6.004E+O0 9.718E+O~ 1.055E+O0 5.509E+OI 1.687E+OI 1.298E+O0 2.423E+O0 2.893E+Of GENERATED MAT = 1050 ENERGY = 6.047E-01 1. OOE +02 5.409E+OI 1.557E+OI 1.546E+OI 1.243E+OI 1.00E+02 1 .623E+OI 1.408E+OI 1.953S 1.649E+OI 1.004E+OI 2.538E+OI 1.047E-01 1.084E+01 2.345E+OI 1.715E+Dt 2.498E+OI 1.000E-01 1.037E+OI 1.538E+OI 6.413E+0 1. .323”E+O0 1.094E+91 2.749E-01 1. I19E+O0 5.079E+O0 2.603E+OI 1.888E+01 AT 15 1.330E+OI 9.749E+OI 1. 1.891E+OI 1.687E+01 6.666E+OI 6.789E+O0 2.541E+01 4.914E+01 2.509E-O 1.683E+OI 3.349E+01 ENERGY = 5.690E+01 3.963E-01 1.516E+OI 3.214E+Of 1.440E+O0 1.

.0000E-01 8. . . .8256E-01 1. .893E+01 1. 1 MAX) . . . .00E+02 9. .677E+OI 6.0000E+07 1. . . . . .633E-01 1.568E+OI 1. . . . . . . .THERMAL THERMAL. . . . . . . . .268E+OI ENEliGY = 1.445E+OI 3. . . . UNIT FOR INPUT GOUT TAPE .00E+04 1 . . . . . .893E+01 CROSS SECTIONS 1.288S **************** GRDLJPR.2080E+05 + l/E WEIGHT FUNCTION . .00E+03 1. .0653E+06 1. .345S UNITFORENDF/BTAPE . .497E+01 72. .364E+O0 7. .8256E-01 1. . . .925E-01 2. . . . . . . . .538E+OI 3. . . . .5000E-02 1. .b. .RRO 6.364E+O0 7.616E+01 1.4000E+06 CONSTANTS T=3. . . . .893E+01 1. . .421E+oI 1. .683E-01 1.00E+05 1. . . ..354E+O0 1. . . . . . . .9971E+07 + FISSIDN 1.623E+OI 1. .777E+01 1. .464E+OI 1. WEIGHT FUNCTION OPTION . . . . . 3. UNIT FOR PFNDF TAPE . . .1254E+O0 - . . **************** GROUP-AVERAGED . . .031E-01 . . BREAKPOINT ANO TEMPERATURE FISSION BREAKPOINT AND TEMPERATURE PROCESSING MAT ------------------94-PU-238 GROUP FROM 1050 -----------ENOF/B AT TAPE T404 OEG ------ 2. .047E-01 1. .0000E+04 1.220E+O0 6.600E+01 5. . . .719E+01 1. . . . .396E+O0 1. . . . . . . .046E-01 1.469E-01 1. UNIT FOR OUTPUT GOUT TAPE .893E+01 GENERATED 1. . . . . . .771E+OI 2. . PRINT OPTION (O MIN. .048E-01 1. . . . . . 269S 72 . . .671E+01 1. . . . . .00E+OO NEUTRON 1. RUN TITLE --------------94-PU-238 TEMPERATURES (KELVIN) ------------- ------ ---- . . . NEUTRON GROUP STRUCTURE OPTIGN GAMMA GROUP OPTION .623E+01 1.891E+01 15 AT 1. 2 3 GROUP STRUCTURE 1. . . . . . . .150E+O0 5. . . . . .473E+O0 1. . . .1254E+O0 1. . .00E+O1 1 . .00E+02 I.537E+O0 1.258E+O0 6.923E-01 1.331E+O0 6. .3. . . . . .469E+OI 1. . . . . . . IOE+03 INFINITY 1. .623E+01 1. . . .COMPUTE **************** SELF-SHIELDED .561E+O0 1. . .320E+OI 3.0000E+07 - 6.0000E-05 6. . .B554E+O0 50 GRgUP 48 49 50 3.687E+OI 6. . .360E+O0 7. . . .713E+OI 4. . .833E+01 1. .892E+01 1. ..000E+02 K 76. . .0653E+06 1.200E+OI 3. . +*************** CROSS-SECTIONS -21 -22 0 -25 1050 5 0 4 3 1 ************* 72. . LEGENDRE ORDER . . MAT TO BE PROCESSED . . SIGMA ZEROES .6788E+06 6.885E+OI 1. .364E+O0 7. . .583E+OI 1. .763E+O0 1.582E+O0 1.876E+Ol POINTS 1.00E+02 2. . . . . . .

000E+02 FISSION OEG K 83.002E-01 2.0DOE+05 3.902E-03 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 3 AND MT ENRGY GROUP AT 18 T=3.402E+OI 3.675E-03 5.879E+O0 1.54E.907E-03 5.6.378E+OI 9.012E-03 5.502E-01 2.000E+02 I.000E+04 3.597E+O0 SIGMA ZERO 1.803E-01 2.506E+02 4.378E+OI 9.883S GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 2.016E+O0 2.918E+OI 1.161E-02 2.184E+02 i.440E+01 4.300E+OI 4.000E+02 2.265E+01 2.880E+O0 3.597E+O0 1.880E+O0 9.748E+OI 1.654E+O0 3.817E+OI 1.880E+O0 9.000E+05 SIGMA ZERO 1.880E+O0 8.000E+04 1.472E+OI 4.763E-01 1. I09E-01 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 3 ANO MT ENRGY GROUP 50 AT 17 T=3.29’5E-04 2.719E+O0 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 3 ANO MT ENRGY GROUP 49 50 AT 16 T=3.683E+O0 2.847E+O0 3.880E+O0 8.000E+OI 1.989E-01 2.574E-03 5.594E+02 4.000E+OO 1.475E+01 4.654E+O0 3.012E-03 5.318E+02 6.577E+O0 1.002E-03 5.719E+O0 3.000E+02 .654E+O0 3.377E+01 9.848E-01 8.833E+OI 1. 1.5f2E-03 5.374S GROUP CONSTANTS VS INFINITY 1.654E+O0 3.000E+05 INFINITY 1.0!)OE+03 1.98~E+O0 2.3!30E+OI 1.000E+03 1.342E+OI 9.467E+OI 4.000E+OO .012E-03 5. IIIE+OO 2. I14E+O0 2.686E+02 3.88IE-OI 2.880E+O0 8.476E+OI 5.7.663E+02 2.021E-01 2.369E+OI 9.922E+OI 1.719E+O0 3.000E+02 ELASTIC OEG K 79.279E-02 1.310E-03 5.@0 3.003E+O0 3. I06E+O0 2.FOR MF 3 ANO MT 1 TOTAL SIGMA ZERO 1.000E+02 N2N AT DEG K 81 .653E+O0 3.977E-01 ENRGY GROUP 1 LGENO OROER GROUP CONSTANTS VS INFINITY 1. I15E+O0 2.597E+O0 1.880E+O0 9. 125E+02 3.OIIE-03 5.719E+O0 3.000E+Oi 1.476E+OI 5.002E-01 3.325E+OI 9.000E+04 1.115E+O0 2.826E+O0 2.475E+Of 4.667E+02 4.760E+OI 1.242E-01 I.880E+O0 9.<15E+O0 2.880E+O0 8.000E+03 3.476E+01 5. 172E+OI 4.570E+02 3.000E-01 2.597E+O0 1.688E+02 5. 759S GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 2.179E-02 7.880E+O0 9.115E+O0 2.19E+O0 3. I16E-02 2.000E+OI I.999E-01 1.719E+O0 3.719E+O0 3.879E+O0 1.000E+OO 73 .I.654E+O0 3.959E-03 5.000E+02 N3N AT OEG K 82.597E+O0 \.923s GROUP CONSTANTS VS 1..688E+02 5.378E+01 9.021E+O0 2.035E+01 9.007E-03 5.735E-02 I.912E-04 FLUX 1 FLUX 2 FLUX 2 FLUX g 1 1 0 O 1 1 50 FLUX 50 FLUX 0 O 1 1 5.921E+OI 1.880E+O0 9.476E+01 4.039E-03 5.904E-04 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 3 ANO MT ENRGY GROUP 1 2 3 AT 2 T=3.O1OE+OI 3.595E+O0 I.880E+O0 5.677E+02 5.594E+O0 40 49 50 3.021E+O0 3.

470E+O0 2.087E-02 7.584E-03 1.355E+02 9.068E+OI 6.605E+O0 2.907E-03 6.087E-02 7.991E-Of 2.584E-03 t.612E+O0 2.384E+02 1.353E-01 1.087E-02 7.851E+02 1.604E+O0 2.605E+W 2. GROUP CONSTANTS VS 1.945E+02 1.982E-01 2.584E-03 1.823E-03 2.470E+O0 2.612E+O0 2.328E-03 5.990E-01 2.615E+O0 6.328E-03 5.000E+02 MUBAR AT OEG K 87.068E+OI 6.964E-03 40 49 50 2.522E-01 8.470E+O0 2.810E-02 4.000E+05 INFINITY 3.OIOE+OI 2.000E+03 2.296E-01 48 49 50 1.042E+OI 6.354E-01 3.584E-03 1.819E-02 9.445E+02 9.000E+OO 1.320E-Of I.007E+oI 2. * GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 ANO MT253 T=3.1 2 3 I.605E+O0 2.328E-03 5.605E+O0 2.086E-02 7.604E+O0 2.584E-03 1.584E-03 1.277E+O0 2. T=3.698E-01 2.353E-01 1.068E+01 6.320S 74 .213S .991E-01 2.568E-01 2.000E+02 XI AT OEG K 91.470E+O0 r GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 AND MTI02 ENRGY GROUP 1 2 3 .612E+O0 2.000E+02 GAMMA OEG K 94.612E+O0 2.347E-01 I.139E+O0 6.830E+O0 2.087E-02 7.612E+O0 2.085E-02 7.353E-Of SIGMA ZERO ~ .328E-03 5.772E+O0 2.602E+O0 2.470E+O0 2.327E-03 5.804E-02 40 49 50 2.065E+OI 6.000E+02 CAPTURE DEG K 85.819E-02 8.612E+O0 2. 195S GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 2.585E-03 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 AND MT251 ENRGY GROUP 1 2 3 T=3.000E+O1 1.819E-02 1.394E+02 1.009E+O0 2.478E+O0 2.303E-03 5.391E-02 8.087E-02 7.470E+O0 2.823E-03 2.153s GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 1.817E-02 4.278E-03 3.000E+02 1.612E+O0 2.317E-03 5.304E+02 1.470E+O0 2.829E-01 8.714E-01 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 ANO MT252 ENRGY GROUP 2 3 T=3.814E-04 .819E-02 5.823E-03 4a 49 50 8. 000E +04 3.917E-01 2.

244E-02 2.239E-01 3.562E-04 i.762E-05 o.565E-01 -8.425E-02 6.541E-04 1.021E-05 4a 49 50 3.62tE+O0 2.887E-05 .288E+O0 1.816E-07 !.068E-04 -1.748E+OI 4.358E-02 -2.379E-02 -1.296E-06 1.066E-04 -1.249E-02 2.047E-04 -1.:563E-01 -8.015E-05 o.723E-05 o.862E-02 8.392E-01 -7.721E+O0 9. i84E-04 7.498E-02 -3.300E-05 4.166E-02 6.144E-06 1.983E+O0 1.288E+O0 1.219E-02 2.647E-07 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 49 49 49 49 50 50 50 50 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 9. 1.352E+OI 1.721E+O0 9.867E-04 -7.621E+O0 2.403E-02 6.922E+Ol 5.241E-06 1.731E-05 6.238E-02 2.291E-06 1.056E-02 7.144E-06 I.861E-02 8. 1. 127E-02 6.195E-02 6.288E+O0 1.000E+02 1.621E+O0 2.239E-01 3.893E+OI 5. 190E-02 6.621E+O0 2.484E-02 -3.721E+O0 9.860E-02 8. 150E-04 -1.666E-02 5.000E+04 1.721E+O0 9. 2.462E-02 4.621E+O0 2.194E-02 6.721E+O0 9.038E-05 -4.891E-05 o.849E-05 . I07E-02 7.620E+O0 2.644E-01 3. 2.000E+03 1.291E-06 SIGMA ZERO 1. 177E-05 -1.241E-06 1.983E+O0 1.434E-06 I.788E-02 3.693E-08 2. I07E-02 7.982E+O0 1.862E-02 8. I04E-02 7.066E-02 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 ANO MT259 ENRGY GROUP 1 2 3 T=3. 195E-02 6.438E-06 1.848E-02 8.352E+OI 1.345E+OI 1.423E-02 6.983E+O0 1.249E-02 2.862E-02 8.889E-02 6.:565E-01 -8.499E-02 -3.721E+O0 9.969E-01 -4.322E+OI 8.ENRGY GROUP 2 3 GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 2.646E-02 2.597E-05 o.107E-02 7.666E-04 1.720E+O0 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 6 ANO MT AT 1: T=3.918E+OI 5.647E-07 1.351E+OI 1.DOOE+OI 1.983E+O0 1.620E+O0 2.000E+02 ELASTIC DEG K 98.307E+OI 7.961E-02 AT 48 49 50 5.560E-04 1.249E-02 2.530S 75 .760E+OI 4.237E-01 3.434E-06 1.544E-01 -8.393E-08 2.352E+OI 1.763E-01 -3.288E+O0 1.085E-02 7.921E+OI 5.195E-02 6.983E+O0 1.142E-08 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 6 ANO MT INITL GROUP 1 1 1 : 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 FINAL GROUP 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 AT 2 T=3.8f7E+Ol 4.288E+O0 1.216E-02 2.461E-01 1.288E+O0 1.265E-02 6.249E-02 2.000E+02 1/v AT DEG K 97. 183S LGENO OROER 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 GROUP CONSTANTS VS INFINITY 1.000E+OO 1.000E+02 N2N OEG K 106.983E+O0 1. 2.296E-06 1.170E-02 2.816E-07 1.224E-01 3.083S GROUP CONSTANTS INFINITE OILUTION 3.’288E+OO 1.360E-04 7.627E-02 5. f22E-01 2.000E+05 f. I07E-02 7.831E-02 8.

332S ISOTROPIC +0 1.784E-OS 1.253E-03 9.756E-07 1.656E+O0 2.474s 76 .899E-05 4.711E-05 8.583E-05 8.413E-02 4. 168E-04 1.000E+02 FISSION MATRIX +1 DEG K 107.581E-05 1.127E-03 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 6 ANO MT INITL GROUP 1 t FINAL GROUP 1 7 13 19 25 31 37 43 49 AT 18 T=3.21OE-O4 1.672E-06 7.227E-06 VS FINAL +2 GROUP +3 5.960E-04 6.032E-07 3.196E-03 1.321E-02 3..645E-06 6.226E-08 8.468E-04 1.913E-08 1.831E-06 4.843E-05 2.983E-03 5.008E-02 1.393E-09 7.588E-02 2.944E-01 4.037E-05 9.600E-06 8.412E-02 2.617E-05 4.214E-04 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 6 AND MT INITL GROUP 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 FINAL GROUP 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 AT 17 T=3.280E+O0 5.995E-05 5.983E-03 1.075E-02 4.240E+O0 5.701E-02 6.266E-04 1.566E-03 3.355E-06 2. ~.709E-03 5.760E-05 9.261E-07 1.737E-09 1.239E-04 2.749E-08 1.006E-08 4.335E-03 4.182E+O0 1.278E-01 FINAL +2 GROUP +3 1.043E+O0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4.48 E-09 6.774E-08 f.929E-06 9.756E-01 5.885E-02 2.604E-03 7.995E-09 1.340E-07.005E-07 5.INITL GROUP 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 FINAL GROUP 10 16 22 28 34 40 46 10 16 22 28 34 40 46 ISOTROPIC +0 1.186E-05 2.096E-07 4.145E-07 2.249E-09 2.162E-05 1.509E-01 2.952E-03 1.039E-06 1.244E-02 1.860E-08 5.992E-04 3.261E-04 3.343E-04 5.056E-04 3.313E-05 1.370E-02 2. IIOE-08 8.629E-02 1.32~E-07 2.423E-09 1.329E-02 MATRIX +1 3.479E-08 1.454E-09 1.350E-03 VS FINAL +2 GROUP +3 2.778E-06 2.609E-06 1.958E-08 2.516E-06 2.797E-02 1.635E-05 5.623E-04 2.825E-03 2.071E-03 1. IIOE-04 3.5qoE-05 2.000E+02 DEG K 1 1 .926E-02 4.411E-03 1.685~-0~ 3.069E+O0 7.708E-08 9.377E-05 6.95rE-08 1.380E-05 7.673E-03 3.077E-04 4.852E-04 1.581E-02 1.127E-O5 3.703E-04 1.032E-07 6.459E-01 1.234E-06 3.137E-01 6.765E-06 4.3N MATRIX +1 DEG K 107.71OE-O5 2.474E-08 3.790E-08 3.67GE-04 2.402E-07 1.841E-04 1.219E-04 8.900E-04 3.229E-07 1.064E-04 1.348E-06 2.366E-06 2.899E-01 2.678E-07 1.340E-03 ~.012E-02 2.61OE-O3 1.475E-06 4.739E-03 1.594E-04 1.674E-05 4.063E+O0 1.079E-01 3.275E-0~ 2.231E-06 4.290E-09 4.811E-05 3.532E-03 6.363E-04 4 098E -03 3 718E-02 2 884E-01 1 1 IOE+OO GROUP CONSTANTS AT T=3.630E-05 3.094E-04 1.177E-05 3. I05E-03 2.229E-04 7.941E-03 5.443E-07 6.470E-04 9.909E-01 3.266E-04 5.528E-03 2.019E-01 7.817E+O0 3.074E-01 1.840E-07 3.117E-07 2.185E-C4 4.840E-02 2.942E-07 3.095E-07 5.075E-03 2.634E-07 7.097E-02 5.362E-03 5.208E-05 6.772E-08 3.996E-07 9.00IE-04 2.946E-03 1.099E-01 2.860E-03 9.262E-03 1.566E-08 5.981E+O0 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 1 1: 19 25 31 37 43 49 5.746E-03 7.802E-07 1.000E+02 N.521E-08 6.942E-05 9.124E-02 1.900E-03 4.033E-06 13.713E-05 6.505E-05 1.659E-04 5.474E-05 3.944E-04 1.685E-03 5.764E-08 1.772E-06 3.553E-06 1.419E-04 1.394E-09 4.697E-06 5.359E-02 2.028E-08 2.650E-07 1.046E-02 6.883E-07 3.061E-05 1.252E+O0 1.654E-01 1.502E-07 4.151E-05 6.927E-06 1.948S ISOTROPIC VS +0 1.558E-08 3.744E-05 4.084E-07 9.

083E-05 -4.323E-08 OEG K 112.425E-07 1.000E+02 CONTINUEO CONSTANTS 1 -3.570E-09 -2.25 1.078S GROUP O 4.050E-06 -1.274E-10 -2.178E-10 -4.958E-04 1.729E-07 3.416E-f5 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 6 ANO MT INITL GRDUP FINAL GROUP AT 91 T=3.FOR MF 6 ANO MT 51 DISCRETE CONSTANTS 1 INELASTIC VS LEGENORE 2 1.087E-09 -2.765E-11 -1.240E-03 -1.058E-10 -2.366E-10 6.536E-lf 47 48 48 47 47 48 1.935E-06 VS LEGENORE 2 2.203E-08 2.642E-11 -1.3OOE-10 -6.952E-03 1.681E-07 -3.420E-02 5.198E-06 3.630E-06 3.102E-O2 -7.462E-09 -4.605E-10 -8.767E-10 -2.122E-05 2.973E-11 -5.240E-07 5.048E-06 1. 148E-01 1.660E-11 1.957E-06 8.339E-03 8.304E-09 1.584E-10 -1.170E-09 -4.319E-08 -4.156E-08 -8.138E-05 7.670S GROUP O 6.285E-13 -3.402E-09 6.683E-08 -1.230E-09 1.675E-10 6.049E-09 6.115E-09 OROER 3 -1.840E-08 1.661E-09 -3.121E-09 -7.998E-02 5.294E-09 -6.44 6.000E+02 CONTINUUM CONSTANTS f DEG K INELASTIC VS LEGENORE 2 OROER 3 122.240E-03 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 6 AND MT INITL GROUP 39 39 39 39 39 39 FINAL GROUP 23 24 25 26 27 28 AT 52 T=3.364E-08 -7.926E-05 2.418E-11 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 6 ANO MT INITL GROUP 45 45 45 FINAL GROUP 31 32 33 AT 59 T=3.630S GROUP O 77 .335E-05 -1.358E-07 49 50 50 49 49 50 6.193E-07 -1.401E-04 1.23 E-03 E-03 E-04 5.057E-10 .328E-10 2. INITL GROUP 34 34 34 34 34 34 FINAL GROUP 7 8 9 10 11 12 GROUP o 6.936E-03 8.838E-01 4.954E-03 3.705E-08 3.251E-09 -9.351E-11 -5.852E-07 DEG K 121.650E-09 -1.394E-07 1.902E-09 -1.346E-11 4+ 47 48 46 47 47 9.371E-06 VS LEGENORk 2 5.658E-08 -8.418E-11 8.130E-09 -3.000E+02 CONTINUEO CONSTANTS 1 -1.654E-04 -1.712E-06 1.305E-10 -2.004E-09 OROER 3 1.297E-09 ORDER 3 -1.728E-07 -3.401E-09 -3.492E-13 -5.328E-05 5.910E-11 5.311E-07 9.830E-07 5.082E-06 -2.

310E-03 5.012E-03 5.000E+03 1.380E+OI 9.719E+O0 3.032E+01 5.719E+O0 3.379E+OI 9.943E-11 3.015E+O0 2.922E-03 50 FLUX 50 FLUX 0 O 1 1 5.870E-08 3.880E+O0 9.571E+02 3. I15E+O0 2.612E+O0 I.574E-03 5.002E-01 2.000E+OO 1.845E-01 8.333E+OI 9.470E-09 6.030E+OI 1.991E-01 1.485E+01 5.959E-03 5.719E+O0 3.713E-09 6.031E+OI 4.203E-11 5.411E-15 2.879E+O0 1.762E+01 1.007E-03 5.088E+Of 9.485E+OI 5.611E-14 9.E86E-09 1.319E+02 6.683E+O0 2.654E+O0 3.000E+OO 1.654!!+00 3.880E+O0 8.017E-01 2.719E+O0 3.032E+01 4.665E+02 2.880E+O0 8.012E-03 5.018E-04 3.485E+OI 4.210E+OI 4.252E-06 5.880E+O0 9.00IE-01 1. O.534E-01 1.000E+05 INFINITY SIGMA ZERO 1.000E+02 1 TOTAL DEG K 127.719E+O0 3.512E-03 5.687E+02 3.176E-02 7.031E+OI 2.021E+O0 3.032E+OI 5.508E+02 4.082E-08 6.880E+O0 9.615~+00 1.654E+O0 3.972E-12 1.696E-11 7.900E-01 1.000E-01 SIGMA ZERO 1.417E+OI 3. a.719E+O0 4 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 3 ANO MT ENRGY GROUP AT 18 T=9.880E+O0 5.032E+01 5.000E+04 1. 0 O 1 1 g LGEND OROER 0 O 1 1 AT T=9.000E+02 FISSION DEG K 133.485E+OI 5.213E-01 1.950E-01 1.127E+02 3.002E-01 1.021E+O0 2.176E-09 1.596E+02 4.019E+OI 3. IIIE+OO 2.003E+O0 3.00IE-04 1.235E-01 1.880E+O0 9.615E+O0 1.615E+O0 SIGMA ZERO 1.492E-01 2.977E-01 1.880E+O0 9.032E+01 5.45 45 :: 45 45 12 13 14 15 16 17 2.879E+O0 1.347E+OI 9.820E+01 1. O.985E+O0 2.413s GROUP CONSTANTS VS 1. GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 3 AND MT ENRGY GROUP 1 FLUX 1 FLUX 2 FLUX 2 FLUX 3 FLUX 3 FLUX .872E-07 9.379E+OI 9.669E+02 4.907E-03 5.012s GROUP CONSTANTS VS INFINITY 1.720E-14 O.029E+01 3.426E-02 1.927E+01 1.278E-11 8.763E-Of 1.618E-11 3.463E-01 1.000E+02 ELASTIC DEG K 13’ .155E-02 2.755E-12 1.115’E+OO 2.OIIE-03 5.484E+OI 4.894E-11 1.115E+O0 2.675E-03 5.927E+01 1.030E+OI 4.405E-14 5.352E+OI 1.750E+01 1.000E+OO 78 . O.481E+oI 4.002E-03 5. O.245E-14 ?J.031E+01 4. 50 50 50 48 49 50 1. O. IIOE-01 1.380E+OI 9.O54E-10 9.690E+02 5.576E+O0 1.880E+O0 9.679E+02 5.477E+OI 4.032E+01 4.00IE-01 3.904E-04 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 3 ANO MT ENRGY GROUP 1 2 3 AT 2 T=9.186E+02 1.372E+OI 9.610E+O0 4a 49 50 3.719E+O0 3.135E-08 1.089E-02 2..615E+W 1. I14E+O0 2.066E-14 3.733E-09 2.485E+OI 4.000E-01 2.000E+05 1.654E+O0 3.000E+04 3.032E+OI 4.847E+O0 3.000E+05 3.880E+O0 8.653E+O0 3.000E+OI 1.654E+O0 3.737S GROUP CONSTANTS VS INFINITY 1.797E-01 2.923E+O1 1. 000E+03 1.690E+02 5.989E-01 2. O.552E-04 1.000E+04 1.000E+02 2.999E-0~ 1.880E+O0 8.000E+03 3.032E+OI 4.294E+OI 2.996E-01 1.039E-03 5.286E-04 2.880E+O0 3.012E-03 5.000E+OI 1.31OE+O1 4.000E+02 1.000E+02 1.115E+O0 2.649E-02 1. I06E+O0 2.881E-01 2.654E+O0 3.897E+Of 1.614E+O0 I.451E+OI 4.000E+OI I.825E+O0 2.014E-14 2.

470E+O0 2.007E-03 5.000E+Of 1.085E-02 7.584E-03 1.595s GROUP CONSTANTS VS INFINITY 1.897E+OI 5.000E+02 1.880E+O0 9.721E+O0 2.584E-03 1.087E-02 7.276E-04 50 FLUX 50 FLUX g 1 1 5.742E-01 2.612E+O0 2.688E+02 5. 126E+02 3.584E-03 1.417E-02 6.983E+O0 1.012E-03 5.470E+O0 GROUP CONSTANTS AT FOR MF 3 AND MTI02 ENRGY GROUP 1 2 3 T=9.288E+O0 1.707E-01 1.OIIE+OI 3.438E-02 6.9’37E-03 5.867E-05 1.612E+O0 2.446E+02 9.721E+O0 2.826E+O0 2.000E+OI 1.574E-03 5.724E-05 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 0 1 2 3 2.28?.717E-01 SIGMA ZERO 1.621E+O0 2.573E+02 3.62fE+O0 2.9f2E-05 1.000E+02 CAPTURE DEG K 135.820E+OI 4.1 2 3 I.880E+O0 5.880E+O0 8.793E-01 I. 148E-02 I.985E+O0 SIGMA ZERO 1.000E+02 ELASTIC OEG K 137.087E-02 7.576E+O0 1. 000E+03 2.946E+02 1.892E-02 48 49 50 2.015E+O0 1.oIOE-01 2.717E-01 3.321E+OI 4.386E+02 1.602E+O0 2.721E+09 2.328E-03 5.763E-05 1.274E-02 6.688E+02 5.983E+O0 1.000E+03 3.605E+O0 2.843E-01 8.288E+O0 1.086E-02 7.356E+02 9.000E+02 2.621E+O0 2.8!30S+00 9.000E+02 1.775E+o0 2.072E+OI 6.003E+O0 3.002E-01 2.880E+O0 8.470E+O0 2.612E+O0 2.288E+O0 1.983E+O0 1.012E-03 5.087E-02 7.683E+O0 1.002E-03 5.305E+0’Z 1.317E-03 5.612E+O0 2.627E-01 48 49 50 1.075E+OI 6.982E+O0 1. IOOE+03 1 TOTAL OEG K 149.721E+O0 2.017E-05 1.847E+O0 3.605E+O0 2.328E-03 5.834E+O0 3.021E+O0 3.281E+O0 2.288E+O0 1.470E+O0 2.050E+Oi 6.678E+02 5.470E+O0 2. 000E+04 1. 000E+05 3.000E+05 INFINITY 3.880E+O0 3.606E-05 1.750E+OI 4.327E-03 5.892E-02 6.584E-03 1.629E-02 5.OIIE-03 5.667E+02 4.604E+O0 2.620E+O0 2.59JlE+02 4.913E-02 4.879E+O0 1.585E-03 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 6 ANO MT INITL GROUP 1 1 1 FINAL GROUP 1 1 f AT 2 T=9.328E-03 5.983E+O0 1.902E-02 4.328E-03 5.605E+O0 2.879E+O0 1.852E+02 f .983E+O0 1.880E+O0 9.720E+O0 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 3 ANO MT ENRGY GROUP 1 FLUX 1 FLUX g 1 1 LGENO OROER AT T=2.303E-03 5.334s GROUP CONSTANTS VS 1.470E+O0 2.942E-01 2. 186E+02 1.604E+O0 2.612E+O0 2.621E+O0 2.717E-01 1.762E+01 4.470E+O0 2.000E+04 3.012E-03 5.5f2E-03 5.721E+O0 2.009E-01 2.075E+OI 6.310E-03 5. 000E+04 3.000E+OCI I.OIOE-01 2.716E-01 1.000E+OO 1.075E+OI 6.878S LGENO OROER 0 1 2 GROUP CONSTANTS VS 1.721E+O0 2.927E+OI 5.916E-02 1.584E-03 1.927E+O.687E+02 3.880E+O0 9.959E-03 5.626E-01 2.664E-01 I.039E-03 5.880E--OO 8.013E+O0 2.008E+OI 3.668E-02 5.021E+O0 3.880E+O0 8.98SE+O0 1.880E+o0 9.E+OO 1.584E-03 1.675E-03 5.320E+02 6.000E+03 1.507E+02 4.907E-05 SIGMA ZERO 1.000E+of 1.923E+01 5.612E+O0 2.396E+02 1.352E+O0 6.087E-02 7.904F-04 79 .288E+O0 1.087E-02 7.916E-02 5.6!2E+O0 2.620E+O0 2. 173E-02 7.288E+O0 1.916E-02 9.880E+O0 9.031E+OI 3.482E+~ 3.000E+05 INFINITY 1.000E+OO 1.441E-02 6.666E+02 2.916E-02 8.621E+O0 2. 5.775E+O0 6.605E+OIJ 2.

938E+OI 5. . . .632E-02 5.022E-05 1 .624E-05 1.667684E+09 3. .E+O0 1.825E+OI 4. .065307E+06 48 1. .288E+O0 1.00COOOE+07 6. .983E+O0 1.983E+O0 1.765E+01 4.712734E+09 2. . . . . .000E+05 INFINITY 1. OLAYXS UNIT .934E+OI 5. 3 2. .963. SET MATRIX MAXIMUM NUMBER OF BLOCKS OF SCATTERING OATA BLOCKING CONTROL FOR SCATTERING OATA 0CT. .721E+O0 2.1OOE+O3 ELASTIC OEG K i57. . . .1981 NAME PU238 NEUTRON VELOCITY (cM/sEc) UPPER ENERGY (EV) 50 : 50 4 0 4 1 ISOTOPE 1 GROUP 1 2 3 4. .905E+OI 5.727E-05 t’ v 50 50 50 50 50 50 .983E+O0 1.000E+02 1. . .473E-02 6.288E+O0 1. . .721E+O0 2.946E-U5 SIGMA ZERO 1 .483S LGENO OROER 0 1 2 GROUP CONSTANTS VS 1. . . . .721E+O0 2. . . .947111E+09 1 . . .721E+O0 2.901E-05 1. .000E+03 1.855391E+O0 80 . . .939E+01 5. 157S ******** 165.288E+O0 1. .753E+OI 4. . .*********** FILES . .660850E+06 1. . q*****. . .GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF 6 ANO MT INITL GROUP 1 1 1 FINAL GROUP 1 1 1 AT 2 T=2. . . .470E-02 6.765E-05 1. . . .288E+O0 1.VERSIIJN IoENTIFICAT10N**T2LANL CONTROL PARAMETERS UNIT 21*** NdOY NGROUP NISO MAXUP MAXON MAXORO ICHIST NSCMAX NSBLOK CCCCR TESTS NUM6ER OF ENERGY GROUPS IN SET NUMBER OF ISOTOPES IN SET MAXIMUM NUMBER OF UPSCATTER GROUPS MAXIMUM NUMBER OF 00WNSCAT?ER GROUPS MAXIMUM SCATTERING OROER SET FISSION SPECTRUM FLAG SET VECTO~ ICHIST=I =NGROUP. ISOTXS UNIT . . .288E+O0 1. . .445E-02 6. .721E+O0 165. .997108E+O7 1. .000E+OI 1. BRKOXS UNIT .983E+O0 1. -. .288E+O0 1. . .288E+O0 1. .000E+OO 1. . 194S 2. . .899E-02 6. . .PROOUCE INPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT ****************** CCCC FORMAT .000E+04 1. .292E-02 6. 1 OUTPUT . -25 21 22 0 ***************** GENDF UNIT . .721E+O0 2. . . . .671E-02 5.952E-05 1.983E+O0 1. q**FILE **usER FILE ISIJT)(S -. . .720E+O0 ***************** CCCCR .962E+O0 1. .

604587E+O0 2.74610E-12 ISOTOPE TEMPERATURE (OEG K) o.879757E+O0 6.293479E+06 3.328427E-03 1.816369E-03 2.199807E+O0 SNGAM 5.469865E+O0 2.101729E+~ 3.F) x-sEc FLAG (0/I=No/YES) 1 (N.A) X-SEC FLAG (0/I=No/YES) o (N.825603E-01 1.292566E+O0 CHI SO 1. # 4a 49 50 PRINCIPAL GROUP 1 2 3 0202 02 0202 CROSS-SECTIONS STOTPL 5.095327E-01 SN2N 1.611864E+O0 SNUTOT 4.835915!E+O0 4.588224E+O0 7.3821OE+O2 THERMAL ENERGY/FISSION (W*SEC/FISS) 3. 125352E+O0 6.0000OE+IO REFERENCE ATOM OENSITY (A/f3*cM) o. AVE. I09183E-01 2.30030E-11 THERMAL ENERGY/CAPTURE (W*SEC/CAPT) 1.605884E+O0 3..583553E-03 7.49 50 \ 1.278995E-02 O. STRPL 3. POTENTIAL SCATTERING (8ARNS/ATOM) I. .000021E-05 SKIPPEO NUMBER OF RECORDS TO BE w ISOTOPE 1 ISOTOPE ISOTOPE HABSID HIOENT HMAT AMASS EFISS ECAPT TEMP SIGPOT AOENS KBR ICHI IFIS IALF I NP IN2N 1 NO I NT LTOT LTRN ISTRPD BLOCK 1 NUMBER 0 CONTROL PARAMETERS ABSOLUTE ISOTOPE LABEL PU238 LIBRARY IDENTIFIER ENDFB4 ISOTOPE IDENTIFICATION 1050 GRAM ATOMIC WEIGHT 2.619729E-02 1. 140241E+05 1.P) x-sEc FLAG (0/l=NO/yES) o (N.T) x-sEc FLAG (0/l=No/YEs) o NUMBER OF TOTAL X-SEC MOMENTS 1 NUMBER OF TRANSPORT X-SEC MOMENTS 1 NUMBER OF TRANSPORT X-SEC DIRECTIONS o TYPE IOENT OROERS 1 2 3 4 SCATTERING INELAS ELASTC N2N TOTAL BANDWIDTH 1 1 2 3 200 f 00 300 o ANO 2 1 2 2 4 4 1 4 IN-GROUP 3 1 2 3 4 i 2 3 SCATTERING 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 POSITION 3 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 GROUP/BLOCK i 2 3 .086872E-02 SFIS 2.508785E+O0 3.2N) x-sEc FLAG (0/I=No/YEs) 1 (N.o) x-sEC FLAG (0/l=NO/YES) 0 (N.316763E+O0 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ISOTOPE CLASSIFICATION o FISSION SPECTRUM FLAG (0/I/N=sET cHI/vEcTOR/MATRIx) i (N.

319E-08 -4. 4.148E-01 6.565E-01 q 5.290E-09 2.862E-02 3.070E-05 3.188E-15 5.891E-05 -3.840E-08 1.638E+O0 1.350E-03 2.773E-03 -8. O.974E-~2 -4.675E-10 * INITL GROUP ----1 2 1 3 2 XSEC VS LEGENORE QROER OROER O ORDEF: 1 --------------------------2.401E-09 -1.474E-08 5.830E-01 5.288i+O0 2.685E+O0 4.440E+O0 7.393E-09 ** 1.lIIE+OO 3.584E-10 -1.268E-15 -~.954E-03 8. -1.305E-10 o.818899E-02 2.329E-02 39 40 4f MATRIX FINAL GROUP ----** 2 2 2 TOTAL 1.089E+O0 6.748206E-09 5.071E-03 -2 --------- -3 ------------------------ 4.838E-01 4.998E-02 7.028E-08 3.658E-08 -2. 0.721E+O0 2.394E-07 6.762E-12 4. 0.840E-08 o.995E-09 INITL GROUP ----- ----- XSEC VS LEGENDRE OROER OROER O OROER i ----------------------- OROER 2 ------- ORDER 3 --------- 82 . 42 43 44 MATRIX FINAL GROUP ----1 2 3 q 17 5 4 3 17 17 17 * ELASTC 1.195E-02 2.687577E+02 6.767E-10 6.214E-04 3.080E-15 5.922E+01 2.621E+O0 3.087E-09 -3.410E-05 -8.396E-09 1.499E-02 6.750000E+O0 2.705E-08 6. 170E-09 7.101E+OO 9.425E-02 -8.240E-03 7.983E+O0 2. O.394378E+02 2.872E-07 ORDER 2 ---------1.750000E+O0 2.195E-03 ORDER 2 ----1.o58E-1o 1.687034E+02 ** INELAS INITL GROUP ----1 2 1 3 2 1 ** 1.471991E+01 3.010177E+OI 2.107E-O2 3.750000E+O0 2. 2 N2N 1. -1.016E-09 -3.747E+O0 8.247E-03 ------- OROER 3 ----- _ 1.198E-06 2.441E-03 50 50 49 ** INITL GROUP ----1 1 .210E-02 1.240E-03 3.763E-09 3.185E+O0 1.335E-05 -1.023363E+01 2.778E-06 2.486807E-09 1.353501E-01 1.650E-09 -2.475880E+OI 3.952E-03 3.683E-08 6.693E-09 1.404519E-09 O.936E-03 1.635E-05 1. I02E-02 -7.934E-03 2.389E-02 2.054E-10 ----- OROER ----- 3 -.249E-02 2. XSEC VS LEGENORE ORDER OROER O OROER 1 ----------------------5.784E-09 1.48 49 50 MATRIX FINAL GROUP ----1 2 3 1.030E-04 8.049E-09 q -8.339E-03 8.990718E-01 1.296E-06 MATRIX FINAL GROUP ----1 2 : 5 * INITL GROUP -1 ------------ XSEC VS -o ----------6.068E-04 O.068274E+~l 3.423E-09 1. -1.779E-12 4.026073E+OI 2.

720E+O0 2.82560E-01 BOUNO OF SET ENERGY 1.373E-02 2.599E-02 3. -1.00002E-05 F-FACTOR START ANO ANO NUMBER OF SIGO ISOTOPE 1 STOP GROUPS ANO TEMPERATIJRE LJBFH 1 VALUES UBFL 50 NTABF 6 NTABT 3 83 .486E-0~ 4.720E-01 1.985E+O0 2.739E-03 2.440E+O0 7.499E-02 3.891E-05 -3.82684Ei03 ENERGY 80UN0 O i f. . 49 !50 49 48 50 49 1.352E+OI 1.0000OE+OO O.12535E+O0 6.785E+O0 1.0000OE+OO 2.421E+O0 6.26840E+02 50 1 6 3 6 0 . ~ST VALUE 2.872E-07 ! .678E-02 5.440E-03 o.089E+O0 6. 3. NSIGPT IS E&AL TO THE SUM FROM 1 TO NISOSH OF NT/EiP(I] TOTAL NUMBER OF VALUES OF VARIABLE TB WHICH ARE GIVEN.297E+O0 2. . 120E+O0 -5.373E-02 3.00000E+07 3 6. NTEMPT IS EOUAL TO THE SUM FROM I TO NISOSH OF NTABT(I) NUMBER OF REACTIONS BLOCKING OPTION NAME PU238 VALUES FOR 1ST VALUE 5.0000OE+OO I.296E-06 1.054E-10 1.:66E-03 3.06531E+06 48 49 50 MINIMUM 1.393E-07 o.565E-01 1.296E-06 l***FILE BRKOXS ~ERslofiJ -1 -**USER IDENTIFICATION**T2LANL FILE CONTROL PARAMETERS UNIT 22*** NJOY NGROUP NISOSH NSIGPT NTEMPT NREACT IBLK ISOTOPE 1 LN(SIGF’0)/LN(lO) ISOTOPE 1 TEMPERATURES ISOTOPE 1 MAXIMUM GROUP NUMBER OF ENERGY GROUPS IN SET NUMBER OF ISOTOPES WITH SELFSHIELDING FACTORS TOTAL NUMBER OF VALUES OF VARIABLE X WHICH ARE GIVEN.244E-04 2.239E-01 -5.185E+O0 1.068E-04 1.425E-02 -8.68400E+01 \.0000OE+OO (DEG c) FOR ALL ALL ISOTOPES 2ND VALUE 4.1 2 3 1 2 1 3 2 1 3.417E-04 6. 135E+O0 3.685E+O0 4.85539E+O0 1.758E+O0 7.922E+OI 2.000E-02 2.0000OE+OO IsOTOPEs 2N0 VALUE 6.99711E+07 2 1.562E-04 -3.

99994E-01 9.0000OE+OO 9.96466E-01 6 9.96466E-Oi GROUP SIGO 1 2 3 4 5 6 FISSION 50 TEMP 9.0000OE+OO 9.0000OE+OO I.00017E+O0 1.99753E-01 4 9.98536E-01 ISOTOPE 1 SELF-SHIELOING FACTORS GROUP 1 TEMP 1 TEMP 2 SIGO 1 1 .26188E-01 3.00008E+O0 1.0000IE+OO I.50906E-01 7. ~E~OO 1.99702E-01 9.0000OE+OO 1 2 1 .99969E-01 9.73241E-01 8.99974E-01 9.0000OE+OO 9.51253E-01 7.99997E-O! 9.99702E-01 9.97971E-01 1 TEMP 2 9.57339E-01 2.99534E-01 2 TEMP 9.28597E-01 3.99903E-01 TEMP 2 1.99957E-01 5 9.97475E-01 9.39841E-01 5.25570E-01 3.99999E-01 3 4 9.28257E-01 3.99974E-01 3 9.50729E-01 7.0000OE+OO 1.99969E-01 9.99997E-01 9. OOOOOE+OO 9.0000OE+OO I.97040E-01 9.TOTAL SELF-SHIELOING FACTORS 1 GROUP TEMP 1 SIGO 1.73336E-01 4.28645E-01 3.99994E-01 9.0000OE+OO 1 1.0000OE+OO 2 9.0000OE+OO 9.72957E-01 8.96466E-01 T’EMP 3 1.0000OE+OO 1.99999E-01 9.0000OE+OO I.00008E+O0 !5 6 1.99753E-01 5 9.99974E-01 9.0000OE+OO 3 4 I.0000OE+OO 2 I.0000OE+OO 3 1.57933E-01 2.94545E-01 9.99997E-01 9.73354E-01 4.99753E-01 9.57631E-01 2.0000OE& I.17473E-01 1. 0000OE+OO I.99957E-01 9.73662E-01 8.96721E-01 9.0000OE+OO 9.95676E-01 GROUP SIGO 1 2 3 4 5 6 CAPTURE 50 TEMP 9.0000OE+OO 1 .0000OE+OO I.95676E-01 1 TEMP 1.99957E-01 9.40290E-01 5.99997E-Ot 9.99994E-01 9.99903E-01 GRO~P 2 TEMP 1 SIGO 1 I.0000OE+OO I.25969E-01 3.95676E-01 6 ISOTOPE TEMP 1.94954E-01 9.0000OE+OO TEMP 3 1 .0000OE+OO 1.98061E-01 9.99702E-01 9.0000IE+OO 1 .98061E-01 5 9.39920E-01 5.17792E-01 1.0000OE+OO 2 I.99999E-01 9.98403E-01 9.00008E+O0 1.94392E-01 9.0000IE+OO 1.98061E-01 9.0000OE+OO 1.0000OE+OO I.00017E+O0 TEMP 3 1.98403E-01 9.98403E-01 9.73007E-01 4.99997E-01 9.17207E-01 1.99121E-01 1 TEMP 9.98227E-01 TEMP 3 9. 0000OE+OO 9.99997E-01 2 9.0000OE+OO 84 .99798E-01 ISOTOPE 1 3 SELF-SHIELOING FACTORS 1 GROUP TEMP 1 TEMP 2 SIGO 1 I.00017E+O0 GROUP 2 TEMP 1 TEMP 2 SIGO 1 .99903E-01 TEMP 3 1.99969E-01 3 4 9.

28609E-01 3.0000IE+OO TEMP 3 1.99999E-01 9.94391E-01 9.99979E-01 9.98686E-01 9.99979E-01 4 9.71351E-01 4.SHIELDING FACTORS 1 GROUP 1 TEMP TEMP 2 SIGO 1 I.00005E+O0 I.0000IE+OO TEMP 2 1 .99846E-01 2 GROUP TEMP 1 TEMP SIGO 2 1 I.0000OE+OO 1.57551E-01 2.17378E-01 1.98686E-01 9.99993E-01 9.99993E-01 9.73128E-01 8.0000OE+OO .51246E-01 7.0000OE+OO 1.57259E-01 2.98131E-01 TEMP 3 9.94953E-01 9.94543E-01 9.99589E-01 9.00005E+O0 1 .97078E-01 1 TEMP 3 1. 1 . ELASTIC GROUP SIGO 1 2 3 4 5 6 50 TEMP 9.000IOE+OO I.0000OE+OO 9.0000OE+OO 2 9.99088E-01 1.0000OE+OO 9.0000OE+OO I.99990E-01 9.99937E-01 9.50899E-01 7.0000OE+OO TEMP 3 I.97027E-01 9.000IOE+OO TEMP 3 1 .0000OE+OO I. 0000OE+OO 999999E-ol 3 9.28222E-01 3.23412E-01 3.24021E-01 3. 0000OE+OO 1 .23808E-01 3.P 2 TEMP 1 TEMP 2 SIGO 1 1.99589E-01 9.17112E-01 1.99932E-01 9.0000OE+OO 1.99999E-01 9.99932E-01 9. 99999E-01 9.0000OE+OO I.0000OE+OO 1.99998E-01 9.0000OE+OO I.99589E-01 9.0000OE+OO 1.96881E-01 1 TEMP 9.0000OE+OO 9.99798E-01 9.99998E-01 3 9.99798E-01 5 9.0000OE+OO 2 1.98686E-01 6 9.99990E-01 5 9. 0000OE+OO 9.99993E-01 9.0000OE+OO I.0000OE+OO 1.99088E-01 GROUP SIGO 1 2 3 4 5 6 50 TEMP 9.0000IE+OO 5 1.00005E+O0 I.99088E-01 1.0000IE+OO 1.97451E-01 9.98439E-01 ISOTOPE 1 SELF.0000 IE+OO 2 TEMP 1 1 .97078E-01 9.57853E-01 2.99937E-01 9.99798E-01 9.99999E-01 4 9.39638E-01 5.28561E-01 3.39169E-01 5.50723E-01 7.99846E-01 6 9.17698E-01 1.0000oE+oo 4 I.000IOE+OO GRO.99846E-01 TEMP 3 I.99998E-01 9.0000OE+OO I.72809E-01 8.97078E-01 .99979E-Ot 9.CQOOOE+OO 1.0000OE+OO I.99990E-01 9.39276E-01 5.99937E-01 9.71665E-01 4.0000OE+OO 85 .97875E-01 1 TEMP 2 9.97550E-01 ISOTOPE 3 TRANSPORT SELF-SHIELOING FACTORS GROUP 1 TEMP 1 SIGO TEMP 2 I.73539E-01 8.0000OE+OO I.0000OE+OO 9.71694E-01 4.4 5 6 GROUP SIGO 1 2 3 4 5 6 1.99932E-01 9.99999E-01 9.0000OE+OO 3 I.97292E-01 2 TEMP 9.96669E-01 9.0000OE+OO 1 .0000IE+OO 1.

0000OE+OO I.388818E-02 1.99996E~Ol .053699E-01 6.767679E~Oa 3.719157E+O0 3.278001E-03 2.96018E-01 9.0000OE+OO I. 8.99800E-01 9.12043E-01 ISOTOPE 1 # SELF-SHIELOING FACTORS 1 GROUP TEMP i TEMP 2 SIGO 1 1 .0000OE+OO TEMP 3 I.96896E-01 TEMP 9. O.089000E+01 f.98663E-01 9.99800E-01 9.00E51E+O0 1.2 3 4 5 6 9.907121E-03 2.P TEMP 1 TEMP SIGO 9.99998E-01 3 9. 0000OE+C)O i .45192E-01 9.828668E-01 8.46953E-01 9.98663E-01 9.521630E-01 7.703112E-03 3.99998E-O 9 99979E-O 9.595992E-01 8.99998E-01 9.82286 2.99996E-01 9.600857E-01 6.74638E-01 9.089000E+01 1.089000E+01 1.089000E+01 XSIN 5.00071E+O0 9.262864E-02 XSEO 6.412761E+O0 40 49 50 q 1.921812E+OI ***+********** 2.089000E+OI 1.089000E+Ol 1.0000OE+OO 1.45192E-01 TEMP 3 1.713564E-01 8.99e02E-o 9.97<46E-O GRdUP SIQO 1 2 3 4 5 6 REMOVAL 50 TEMP 9.99979E-01 9.089000E+OI 1.15673E-01 9.96896E-01 2 GRO.86992E-01 9.99781E-01 9.99979E-01 9.97927E-01 9.99998E-01 9.96018E-01 9.0000OE+OO 1 .0000OE+OO XSPO TEMP 2 I.0000OE+OO I.597100E+O0 1.99979E-01 9.664873E-02 2.0000OE+OO I.963583E-03 1.0000OE+CIO I.0000OE+OO 1.82286 2.501423E-02 3.98663E-Of 9.814144E-04 3.09501E-01 v 1 TEMP 2 1.45681E-01 9.98713E-01 9.99958E-01 ‘9.0000OE+OO 1.9f??13E-O 9.98713E-01 9.654240E+O0 3.97146E-01 9.861667E-02 1.0000OE+OO 9.0000OE+OO 1 .99998E-01 9.0000OE+oO 1.82286 **4***** E-03 E-03 E-03 q 1.619092E-01 9.0000OE+OO I.99802E-01 9.565092E-01 O.16588E-01 9.413039E-01 1.99996E-01 9.0000OE+OO I.039804E+O0 9.089000E+OI 1.943349E-01 2.99578E-01 4 9.49488E-01 9.96896E-01 9.697078E-03 XSXI 1.74638E-01 6 9.99578E-01 9.621020E-01 5.114775E+C0 3. OOOOOE+OO XSE XSMU 8.720488E-01 2.99578E-01 9.0000OE+OO 2 9. O.377694E+OI 1.99979E-01 9. 9.99979E-01 4 9. ************** *’+***+*+***** 86 .99802E-01 9.97146E-01 9.0000OE+OO 1.800316E-01 8.165847E-03 3.99800E-01 5 9.00623E+O0 9. I0359E-01 TEMP 3 1. ************** q 9.00271E+O0 1.089000E+OI O.74638E-01 9.84846E-01 9.036892E-02 2.18391E-01 9.99998E-01 9.391099E-02 i6t:752S *b*k*****+ .96018E-01 5 9.91264E-01 9.99958E-01 9.0000OE+OO 1.45192E-01 3 GROUP SIGO 1 2 3 4 5 6 GROUP 1 2 3 4 5 6 50 TEMP 1 I.99958E-01 3 9.950636~+00 4.

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0000E+06 3.0000E+06 4 2. .914E-01 2. . ----- ROLLOFFS PROCESSING MAT --------------I-HYOROGEN GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF23 ANO MT50 GAMMA GROUp 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 SIGMA (BARNS) 5. ”MAXj” :::::::::: RUN ----TITLE ---------12 GROUP -------PHOTON ------ --------LIBRARY INTERACTION GAMMA GROUP STRUCTURE 1.0000E+06 WEIGHT FUNCTION - .384S COHT 89 .0000E+06 7 5.0000E+06 5.919E-07 2.493E-01 1.WEIGHT FUNCTION OPTION . LEGENORE ORDER PRINT OPTION (O”M~N.0000E+06 9 7.0000E+06 8. . .0000E+06 2.934E-07 3.386E-04 1. 0000E+05 5.072E-02 7. . l/E 1 -.0000E+05 3 1. ”.LASL 12 i . . .0000E+07 WITH GROIJP . 160E-02 6. . . .032E-02 4.0000E+05 5. . OOOOE +05 1.510E-06 7.337E-07 1.553E-07 1. . I09E-07 8.256E-01 3. 0000E+06 2 . .996E-02 ---------- ----- 9.063E-01 9.0000E+06 12 9.235E-03 1. . .. 0000E +06 9.0000E+04 1 2 1. .294s TOTL GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF23 AND MT502 GAMMA GRoup 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1: 11 12 SIGMA (BARNs) 1. . . .777E-01 1.3tlE-08 6. .451E-08 3. .004E-05 2.0000E+06 10 11 8. .978E-02 7.677E-08 9.0000E+06 6.307E-01 1.0000E+06 4. .0000E+06 8 6.0000E+06 z 4. 0000E+06 7.532E-02 6.0000E+06 3.

243E-01 4. I02E-03 1.073E-03 4.311E-08 8.004E-05 1.384E-04 1.677E-08 12.641E-05 3.488E+03 5.311E-08 6.677E-08 3.919E-07 2.778S GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF23 ANO MT504 GAMMA GROUP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 SIGMA (BARNS) 5.235E-03 1.821E-03 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF23 ANO MT516 GAMMA GROUP 4 5 SIGMA (BARNS) 4.082E-03 2.101E-O3 4.109E-O7 8.966E-02 9.952E-02 7.777E-01 1.337E-07 1.337E-07 1.940E-03 3.919E-07 3.719E-02 5.220E-03 1.109E-O7 8.337E-07 1.919E-07 2.335E-01 3.935E-03 1.553E-07 1. I09E-07 8.OIIE-04 3.837E-03 3.055E-01 8.451E-08 3.465E-02 4.919E-07 2.093E-03 12 12 12 12 12 10 11 12 XSEC HEAT 2.308E-04 24.304E-01 1.300E-02 5.109E-O7 1.311E-08 6.507E-02 3.031E-03 2.381E-04 1.GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF26 ANO MT502 INITL GROUP 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 1.193E-03 1.622E-02 3.794E-03 4.386E-04 1. I09E-07 8.553E-07 1.912E-01 2.553E-07 1.934E-07 3.677E-08 1.899E-03 1.158E-03 1.934E-07 3.553E-07 I.510E-06 2.711E+05 2.311E-08 6.243E-01 5.510E-06 7.934E-07 3.919E-07 2. 11 12 FINAL GROUP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 9.004E-05 2.677E-08 1.337E-07 1.677E-08 1.466E-02 -3.769E-02 -1.243E-01 3.311E-08 6.112E-03 4.790E-03 -6.024E-04 3.472S COHT CROSS SECTIONS VS LEGENORE OROER 1.818E-02 6.004E-05 2.912E-01 5.965E-02 6.510E-06 7.679E-02 -2.004E705 2.762E-02 4.510E-06 7.873S INCH INITL GROUP 1 1 1 2 2 2 FINAL GROUP 1 XSEC HEAT 1 2 XSEC CROSS SECTIONS VS LEGENORE OROER 4.451E-08 3.337E-07 2.731E-03 1.934E-07 7.451E-08 6.622E-02 INCH GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF26 ANO MT504 12.019E-03 4.377E-04 1.493E-01 1.167E-03 2.730S PAIR 90 .934E-07 3.386E-04 1.12iE-03 2. li7E-03 1.023E-03 1.553E-07 1.004E-05 2.451E-08 3.510E-06 7.451E-08 3.

847E-04 6.590E-fO 1.703E-04 4.152E-10 9.740E-03 24.184E-04 5.5S8E-03 1.282E+04 7.282E-05 3. 133E+05 MAT -------------- PROCESSING -------92-URANIUM GROUP 92 ------------- _- CONSTANTS 24.274E+05 3.920E-04 ~.481E-03 4.614E-04 4.489E+03 2.050E+04 1.329E+01 6.937E-11 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF23 AND MT621 GAMMA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 HEATING (EV-BARNS) 4.480E-04 24.799E+05 3.445E-11 3.507E-03 8.488E+05 4.817S ABST HEATING (EV-BARNS) 6.579E-10 2. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 SIGMA (BARNS) 1.907S HEAT GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF23 ANO MT602 GAMMA GRbUP . PAIR VS 764S GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF26 AF!O MT516 INITL GROUP 4 4 5 5 FINAL GROUP 3 HEAT 3 HEAT CROSS SECTIONS LEGENORE OROER 9.950E-03 2.046E+05 3.523EL04 1.915E-09 6.784E+05 2.131E-04 4.925S .704E-03 3.294E-11 5.926E-05 3.I 6 : 9 10 11 12 7.318E-03 2.243E-07 3.615E-04 5.089E+02 12 12 3 HEAT 7.201E-03 1.569E-02 2.240E+05 1.006E-11 7.213E+04 24.803E-04 4.190E+05 2.424E-11 6.559E-10 1.331E-01 4.475E-04 5.519E+05 2.

0i9E-02 5.793E-02 1.107E-OI 1.142E-01 1.558E+OI 1.247E-02 3.170E-01 1.495E+O0 6.800E+01 1.044E-02 2.996E+OI 2.275E-01 2.793E-02 1.882E+OI 2.151E+O0 6. 3.280E+OI 2.922E+OI 2.78fE-02 1.803E-01 2.079E-02 2.08’5E-01 6.664E+OI 2.252E+OI 1.069E-01 1.452E+02 4.017E-02 35.953E+OI 2.477E-01 2.292E+02 2.766E+01 1. 92 .483E-02 4.291E-02.271E-02 3.718E+01 1.803E-01 2.196E+OI 9.789E-02 1.293E-02 1.081E-01 2.067E-02 2.623E+01 1.FOR MF23 ANO MT501 TOTL GAMMA GROUP : 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 SIGMA (BARNS) 2.062E-01 6.080E-01 6. I03E+01 25.057E-02 2. GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF23 ANO MT502 GAMMA GROUP 4 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 SIGMA (BARNS) 1.075E-02 2.541E+OI 2.483E-02 6.021E-02 1.623E+O0 6.781E+OI 1. COHT 080S .849E+01 1.768E+03 5.350E+01 1.313E-02 3.188E-01 1.393E-02 4.435E-02 4.304E-02 1.664E-01 6.300E-02 1.345E+01 1.792E-02 1.072E-01 6.079E-02 3.688E+O0 .466E-02 4.623E+O0 2.232E+01 2.374E+O0 6.021E-02 9.676E+OI 3.188E-01 2.232S COHT GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF26 ANO MT502 INITL : 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 FINAL GROUP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 CROSS SECTIONS VS LEGENORE ORDER 1.953E+OI 2.306E-02 1. 879S GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF23 ANO MT504 GAMMA GROUP 1 2 3 4 5 6 S IGUA INCH 1 (BARNS) 3.785E-02 1.085E-01 1.343E-02 4.049E-Oi 6.305E-02 3.844E+02 2.313E-02 4.255E+O0 6.306E-02 2.844E+02 1.020E-02 7.909E+OI 2.021E-02 25.735E+OI 1.286E-02 1.

503E+05 6.674S GROUP CONSTANTS FCIR MF23 AFJO MT602 GAMMA GRoup 1 2 3 4 SIGMA (6ARNs) 2.247E+O0 3.777E+O0 2.289E+08 8.790E-01 3.276E+06 12 12 3 HEAT 3.400E+07 3.652E+01 71 .175E-01 12 12 12 12 XSEC HEAT 3.676E+01 3.937E+O0 93 .037S INCH GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF26 AND MT504 INITL GROUP 1 1 1 2 2 2 FINAL GROUP 1 XSEC HEAT 1 2 XSEC CROSS SECTIONS VS LEGENORE ORDER 3.225E-01 -6.561E+05 4.794E+O0 3.796E+O0 1.958E+O0 -1.491E+O0 6.955E+06 .605E-01 GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF23 ANO MT516 GAMMA GROUP 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 SIGMA (BARNS) 6.982E+O0 5.225E+OI 1.769E-01 4.240E+O0 -8.210E+O0 4.149E-02 3.341E+OI 1. f83E+O0 6.842E+08 7i ABST HEATING [EV-BARNS) 1.247E+O0 36.296E+O0 4.303E+OI 1.398E-01 2.497s PAIR GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF26 ANO MT516 INITL GROUP 4 4 5 5 FINAL GROUP 3 HEAT 3 HEAT 71.222E+O0 7.676E+01 -3. PAIR VS 569S CROSS SECTIONS LEGENORE OROER 1.864E+O0 -1.217E+O0 9.829E+02 2.526E-01 -1.71OE-O1 3.794E+01 6.547E+03 4.7 8 9 10 11 12 8.794E-01 3. IoIE+07 1.768E+O0 5.700E-02 -3.105E+OI 1. 143E+O0 8.368E+OI 5.280E+01 2.570E+07 7.872E-01 4.051E-01 3.401E+O0 5.845E-CI 3.

5979E-03 3. . 0. POSITION OF TOTAL .. 0. . . . . . -1. . . 1 . 0. . . .496E+06 3.509E+07 7. . . . . -2. . . 6.969E+07 2. . . 0. . . 2. .791s OTF INPUT GENOF UNIT OUTPUT UNIT . . .211E+08 q ***************** OTFR.. . 6. . .0717E-02 ~:1009E-03 0. .PROOUCE **************** FORMAT FROM ***************** GROUPR OUTPUT ***************** 71 . EOIT CROSS SECTIONS . TABLE LENGTH . INPUT PENOF UNIT PRINT OPTION (O M~N. -2. . .6311E-03 2. O.TEMP= O. 0.826S HEAT GROUP CONSTANTS FOR MF23 AND MT621 GAMMA GRoup 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1: 11 12 HEATING (Ev-BARNs) 1. .5675E-03 2. . 3. . 0.208E+07 1. . 0. 0. . . . 2.786E+06 3. 1 SEP. 0. 0.563E-01 5. . . . . 0. .7252E-03 o. 0. 2. . . 3.278E+06 3. . . . . . . 7.398E-01 5. .9959E-02 0. 0.916E+06 71 . 0.081E+07 1. . . . . .7403E-03 O.0321E-02 0.9779E-02 3. . .1326E+05 -3.7037E-03 o. . . o. . . . . 0. . l/PLOT.: 3.150E-01 4. . 23 24 0 1 0 0 5 12 4 5 ~6 POSITION 1 0 REACTION 621 MULTIPLICITY 1 MAT= IL= 1 1 ISO=H SIGZERO NO= TABLE 12 GP 16 POS. .164E+06 4. . 0. .4778E-03 O. . 4.1605E-02 0. .112E+08 1. .4884Ek05 o. .637E-01 2. .5317E-02 o. . .331E+06 3.083E+06 2. .5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 2. . POSITION OF IN-GROUP. 0. . .1295E-03 0. . . . . .335E+08 2.7626E-03 0. . ::: ::. . MAT= 4. 6. . .2009E-03 94 . . NUMBER OF NEUTRON TABLES . .0663E-03 3.945E+07 5. . . . .7957E-03 o. 3.276E-01 3. . 1 IZ= 1 TEMP= 4. . . .236E+07 9. . .5910E-03. .6197E-03 o. . . . 0. ) . . 0.5188E+05 0. -1.MAXj:::::::: FILM OPTION (NONE. .244E+O0 8. . . .2838E-03 O. o. .140E+O0 1. .748S ********* 71.3184E-03 O. .2740E+05 2. . 0. 0. .503E-01 6. . . . I123E-03 o. .305E+07 2. . . . 7. . . .7D09E-03 o. 2. . . . 4. . . .7991E+05 4. . .0461E+05 -?:9501E-03 . . 0. 4/PLdT EDIT DPTION (O TABLE. . NUMBER DF PHOTON TABLES . . .293E+08 8. 196E+06 3. 9. .673E+07 3. . . 1. . . 0. . . NUMBER OF NEUTRON GROUPS .1674E-03 0. . . 0. . 0. . NAME PHEAT . ) .

1901E+05 9. MAT= o. o. 6.1216E-02 7. 0. 0.8207E-03 0. 8. TABLE -7. 0. 0. 0. 4.4i55E-02 O.- 95 .1577E-02 1. 0.8220E-03 O. 0. 0. 0.0497E+04 3. O. MAT= 0. 0. 0.7262E-02 1. 0.2397E+05 2.8948E-03 -7. 16 POS. c. 0. 1 TEMP= O..3633E-03 0. O. NO= 1 92 0. 1.4949E-03 -4.5187E-02 o. 0.0549E-02 o.6042E-03 -4. 0. 4.2110E+08 -1. 1.000IE-03 4.2954E-03 4. 0. 0. 0. 0.9136E-01 1. O.0823E-03 0.5488E-02 0.5988E-02 4. 16 POS. 6.1 c. 0. 0.1390E-03 5. 0. 0. 2. 0. 1. -3. 0.9662E-02 12°GP 0. 5. MAT= o. 0.0525E-03 o.1302E-03 o.3367E-Q1 1. 8.9479E-03 o.6122E-03 5.7844E+05 1. 0. -3.4930E-01 1.9352E-03 0. 0. 1 0.6494E-02 2. 0. 3. 0. 0.6706E-02 1. 0.0211E-02 o. IL= 4 TABLE o.2980E-02 o.0250E-02 5. 2.3820E-08 2. 2. 1.5581E-02 7. 0.4867E-02 3. 0.4713E-03 o. 0.6259E+OI SIGZERO POS. 5. 0. 12 GP 16 POS. -1. 0.7256E-03 -3.6576E-02 7. 0.7690E-02 12°GP 0. 0.7941E-03 0. 0. TEMP= O. 1 IZ~.2817E+04 6.0229E-03 o. 3.1633E-03 1. IO19E-03 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 3. 0.9122E-03 3. 1 IZ~. 0. -2. 2. 0> 0. 0. 1 12= 0. 0. O. 0.907fE-03 -4. 0.4090E-03 0.i 0. 0.5756E-0~ 6. TEMP= O.:5223E-04 6. 1. 3.6030E-03 -. 0.2150E-07 3. 0.6426E-05 1. 12 GP 16 POS.8176E-05 0.3226E-02 1. 0.5276E-03 o.7847E-03 . 0. 0.3377E-O3 5. 0. 0. 0..5845E-02 o.G629E-01 4. 0. TEMP= O. 0. 0. IL= 5 TABLE o.9481E-03 0. 2. 0.4889E+03 0. 0.2550E-01 IL~-2 o. 0. 0. -6. 12= 2. I196E-03 0. 0. 5.3080E-04 1.8415E-02 IL~-3 o. 0. 0. l.9669E-02 O. MAT= IL= 92 iSO=U 1 TABLE 12 GP 16 2. 0.3071E-01 7.4173E-02 1. o.2719E-02 1. 1 TEMP= I029E+OI O. 0. 0. 3. 0. 0. 0. 8. 2. 0.6558E-03 0. 0. o. MAT= O.5644E-02 3. 0.6772E-01 1. -9.12= 1 0.0239E-04 0.5324E-03 -5. 4. 4.3717E-03 1. O. 0. 0.1641E-02 O. 0. 0. TABLE 8. 0.9396E-02 O. 0.9740E-01 O..7934E-02 0.7295E-02 1.2960E-02 o. 0. MAT= o.:1796E-02 4. -6:7256E-04 5. . 0. 0. 1. 0..4938E-04 5. TEMP.3469E-02 5.7774E-01 1. . 0. o. 1.. 0. 0.2555E-01 o. 0. 0.4858E-02 9.8022E-03 o.1587E-04 o.

. . MA#GR . . . . . . . . INTERACTION LIBRARY GAMA GS. . . . . . . . . . OUTPUT MATXS UNIT . . 0. 4 2:2866E-02 5. . 1 TEMP= O. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8636E+O0 0. . . . .499S 96 . . . 0. . . .088S ************* 75. . . . . . . . TEMPS ----1 1 MAX . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . . . . il. . .. . . . 0. . . . FILE VERSION NUMBER USERIO . . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . . . . q IL=. 0. . . (J. . . . . . . o. . . . .3350E+08 “~) . . -1. . 0. 0. . . o. . . . . . . . . . 0. . . . 0. 0. 0. . 0. . 0. 0. . . . 1. . . .2116E+02 0.2926E+08 O. . . . . . . 2. 75.4900E+01 0. . . . . . . INPUT GAMOUT UNIT . . . . 0. . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . . . . 1 MAX) . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . . . . . SIGZ ---1 1 IMAT ----9: 76. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. . . . NHOLL . . . . . O. . . . . . . .5467E+03 0. . .5 0.o. . . . . . . . . . IINP . -1. . 0. FILE o 23 25 1 1 T2LASLNLJOY 1 1 1 INPUT GENDF UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . FOR DATA ----------------TYPE 1 . .PRODUCE OUTPUT . . . . 128S *************** A UATXS FORMAT . *************** 0. . . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . NSBLK . .7071E-01 0. . . . . 92 12= 0. . . O. . . . . . . . . . . O. . O. . . . 0. .3044E+OI 6:9779E-01 2. GROUPS FOR EACH PARTICLE . . . . . . PRINT OPTION (O MIN. . . . . MATERIALS . . . . . . SET IDENTIFICATION -----------------12-GROUP PHOTON . . 2. **************** q 0. **************** O. . 4. . . . . GP 16 POS. . . IFOPT . . . . . . NPART . . . . . . . . . . . LEGENOREOROER NO. . MAX. . NO. . . NAMES OF OATA TYPES . . . . . . . 0. . . . NTYPE . . MAT= 0. . . . . . 0. . . . . .7679E+03 0. . . . . . . . . .6996E-02 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0. . . . 0- TABLE 12 0. . . . IOUTP . . . . . . . 0. . .T NAMES OF PARTICLES . . . q 0. . . MATERIAL NAME -------H u 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 MAX . . . . . . . . 0. f. . . . . . . . . . . . .

.00000E+06 3.00000E+06 1.*** *************** GSCAT .00E+IO LOCA ---0 7 MATERIAL ------1 2 INCIDENT OUTGOING NS13LK 97 .0000CE+05 1. 0.00000E+05 1.00000E+06 7.00000E+06 4. 11 12 EMIN STRUCTURES 1 MAXIMUM ENERGY 2.pE *************** OATA TYPE 1 **.00000E+07 9.00000E+06 5.00000E+06 6.+ ********* CONTROL HMATNM ----_ H u PARTICLES PARTICLES 0.00000E+04 **************** **+ q ***********J*** ******* OATA T~.*************** *************** ********* q *************** *** FILE MATXS *** vERs *** usER **************** FILE 1 T2LASL **************** **************** NtJOY **************** *+***** CONTROL PARAMETERS 1 1 12 NPART NTYPE NHO L L NUMBER OF PARTICLES FOR WHICH GROUP STRUCTURES ARE GIVEN NUMBER OF DATA TYPES PRESENT IN SET NUMBER OF WOROS IN SET HOLLERITH IDENTIFICATION RECORD FILE DESCRIPTION PHOTON INTERACTION LIBRARY 12-GROUP FILE DATA PARTICLE ------1 - NAME ---GAMA NAME ---GSCAT NGRP ---12 NMAT ---2 NINP ---1 NING ---12 NOUTP ---1 NOUTG ----12 LOCT ---0 DATA TYPE -------1 GROUP PARTICLE GROUP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1.00000E+06 2.00000E+06 8.00000E+06 5. 1 1 1 TEMP ---SIGZ ---I.****.00E+IO I.

133E+05 3.167E-03 4.121E-03 2.33 2.488E+05 3 274E+05 3 046E+05 2 799E+05 2 519E+05 2 190E+05 1 784E+05 1 240E+05 7 050E+04 2.060E-03 3.066E-03 3.935E-03 1.532E-02 7.484E-.824E+04 2.622E-02 5.493E-01 3.386E-04 1.004E-05 1.032E-02 6.004E-05 1. I12E-03 1.493E-01 3.056E+04 6.992E-01 o.855E+04 1.232E+04 2.51OE-O6 1.381E-04 1.51OE-O6 1.978E-02 9.---GPAIR -----3.616E-03 2.004E-OE 1.597E-03 1..934E+04 6.899E-03 98 .950E-03 1.568E-03 2.610E+05 3.878E+04 4. 3 IO BLOCK ----1 1 1 1 1 1 1 FIRST ----1 1 9 1 1 12 1 GROUP ----- LAST ----12 12 !2 42 9 12 12 GROUP ----- 1 GTOTO -----4.641E-05 GABS -----GHEAT -----4.510E-06 1..777E-01 2.243E-01 1.----4:.336E+04 1.235E-03 ** XSEC VS LEGENORE OROER OROER O OROER 1 ---------------------4.C)55E-01 1.331E+04 q REACTION .523E-04 3.912E-01 5.542E+04 1.386E-04 1.072E-02 1.06 1.178E+04 1. 282E+04 4.740E-03 2.019E-03 2.235E-03 4.996E-02 6.386E-04 1.082E-03 1.489E+03 - 2.004E-05 1.004E-05 1.031E-03 2 ---- ---- OROER ------ 3 - 3.*** GSCAT q *8 MATERIAL **************** ~ *****+***** ******* **************** MATERIAL HMAT AMASS TEMP SIGZ IMAC NIDR NIDB N20B VECTOR CONTROL H 9. 158E-03 3 ** GINCH INITL GROUP ----: .256E-01 ** XSEC VS LEGENORE OROER OROER O OROER 1 --. IOIE-03 2.023E-03 I-608E-03 2.000E+IO 1 7 1 3 -( 4 CONTROL REACTION ----------GWTO GTOTO GCOH GINCH GPAIR GABS GHEAT BLOCK GWTO 3.510E-06 1.073E-03 2.063E-01 f.---------------------------2.------1 2 3 4 5 6 7 VECTOR GROUP --------_-1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 MATRIX FINAL GROUP ----1: 11 12 MATRIX FINAL GROUP ----.304E-01 1.308E-04 4.914E-01 5.940E-03 2.620E-03 2.300E-02 6.598E-03 1.318E-03 1.952E-02 1.777E-01 2.307E-of 1.201E-03 7.047E-03 3.401E-03 1.!384E-OJ’ 1.762E-02 6.029E-03 3.193E-03 2 ------- OROER -------2.704E-03 2. 1 .934E+04 1.220E-03 GCOH -----GINCH -.540E-03 2.965E-02 7.818E-02 8.160E-02 7. 2 1 OROER --.926E-05 * GCOH INITL GROUP ----9 10 11 12 0RbE2 2_SjoE.

6f5E-04 4.398E-01 8.345E+OI 4.766E+01 1.969E+07 2.222E+O0 9.12 t MATRIX FINAL GROUP ----10 ** 1 12 ii GPAIR 7.465E-02 3.211E+08 1.276E-01 5.932E+04 1.483E-02 1.236E+07 5. I.542E+04 1.768E+03 GCOH -----1.368E+OI 4.296E+O0 5.823E+04 2.305E+07 1.877E+04 4.676E+OI GPAIR -----f.295E-03 4.793E-02 2.330E+04 ** GCOH ** XSEC VS LEGENORE OROER OROER O OROER ~ -----------------------1 GTOTO -—---2.491E+O0 6.688E+O0 1.335E+08 1.726E-04 5.196E-03 -_ 2.610E+05 3.306E-02 3.718E+OI 1.282E-05 3.803E-01 2.882E+OI 5.719E-02 -1.790E-03 -2.196E+Ot 1.848E+04 1.402E-03 7. 143E+O0 3.407E-03 ____ -3 ---- -4 --------------3.055E+04 6.150E-01 6.623E+O0 2.081E+07 7.243E-01 5.547E+03 GHEAT -.079E-02 4.021E-02 1.247E+O0 5.849E+OI 1.252E+OI 3.17BE+04 1.051E-01 GABS -----2.---2.503E-01 1.335E+04 1.341E+OI 1.293E+08 REACTION ------1 2 3 4 5 6 7 VECTOR GROUP ----1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 fo 11 12 MATRIX FINAL GROUP ----- ID BLOCK ----1 1 1 1 1 1 1 FIRST i3ROUP ---------1 1 1 1 1 1 1 LPST GROUP --------12 12 12 12 1: 12 INITL GROUP ----- OROER 2 _____ _____ --------- ORDER 3 ---- 99 .945E+07 2. I05E+01 9.000E+IO 1 7 1 3 CONTROL REACTION ----------GWTO GTOTO GCOH GINCH GPAIR GABS GHEAT BLOCK GWTO -----3.796E+O0 8.909E+OI 1.735E+OI 1.085E-01 2.637E-01 4.461E-03 q ** GSCAT **************** .637E-03 1.794E-03 1.280E+OI 3. t83E+O0 8. 140E+O0 5.800E+OI 1.6f2E-03 5.966E-0~ -6. I02E-03 INITL GROUP ----9 4 INITL GROUP -1 -2 ---------------------6.244E+O0 2.360E+02 o.844E+02 G I NCH ----4.225E+OI 1.** MATERIAL q *************** 2 *********** q ****** MATERIAL HMAT AMASS TEMP SIGZ IMAC N1OR NIOB N20B VECTOR CONTROL u 2.673E+07 1. 112E+08 9.452E+02 2.139E-03 4.937E+o0 2.932E+04 6.505E-03 5.232E+04 2.829E+02 2.623E+OI 2.769E-02 ** XSEC VS -o ----------9.509E+07 3. I03E+OI 1.208E+07 8.217E+O0 6.313E-02 6.188E-01 6.563E-01 3.781E+OI 2.953E+OI 1.788E+O0 6.652E+Ot 1.900E-03 -3.401E+O0 7.

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