
OECD/NEA
Data Bank
Computer
Program Service (CPS) ENewsletter
No. 11,
December 2002
Computer
Program Service
of the OECD/NEA Data Bank
The
most recently acquired computer codes and data are:
IAEA1391 
SHIELDER 
Gamma
shielding calculations of radionuclides emitting photons 05 to 10 MeV 
NEA1627 
BOT3P2.0 
2D/3D,
Mesh Generator and Graphical Display of Geometry and Results for Deterministic
Transport Codes 
NEA1678 
BOT3P3.0 
3D
Mesh Generator and Graphical Display of Geometry for Deterministic &
Monte Carlo Radiation Transport Codes, Display of Results 
IAEA1388 
FOTELPPEN 
Photons,
Electrons and Positrons Transport in 3D by Monte Carlo Techniques 
NEA1553 
SINBADFNSV 
Neutron
spectra and dosimetry, gammaray spectra and heating from a 25.4 cm cube
of Vanadium irradiated with a DT neutron source (FNS/JAERI clean benchmark) 
NEA1552 
SINBADROESTI 
Hadron
and lowenergy neutron fluences and absorbed doses in the cascades induced
in iron and lead dumps irradiated by highenergy hadron beams 
CCC0371 
ORIGEN2.2 
Isotope
Generation and Depletion Code Matrix Exponential Method 
CCC0708 
REBUSPC
1.4 
Code
System for Analysis of Research Reactor Fuel Cycles 
CCC0661 
SOURCES4C 
Calculating
Alpha, N, Fission, Delayed Neutron Sources and Spectra 
CCC0654 
VENTUREPC
1.1 
Reactor
Analysis System with Sensitivity and Burnup 
IAEA1397 
ZZWIMSD/4LIB 
61,
64, 69, 76 and 79 energy groups WIMSD/4 libraries 
NEA1554 
ZZPWRMSLBREV.3 
PWR
Main SteamLine Break Benchmarks, Coupled Neutronics ThermalHydraulics 
NEA1086 
TRISTAN 
3D
fixed source radiation transport 
NEA0446 
DELIGHT7 
Point
Reactivity Burnup for HTGR Lattice with P1 Neutron Scattering Approximation 
CCC0537 
TRIPOS 
Monte
Carlo Ion Transport Analysis Code 
CCC0715 
MCNPX
2.4.0 
Monte
Carlo NParticle Transport Code System for Multiparticle and High Energy
Applications 
DLC0205 
ZZMCNPXDATA
2.4.0 
Neutron,
Photon, Electron, and Proton Data Libraries for MCNPX 2.3.0 or 2.4.0 
NEA1640 
ZZBWRTT 
BWR
Turbine Trip Transient Benchmark Based on PeachBottom 2 (Update) 
NEA1210 
ZZHATCHES15 
Database
for Radio Chemical Modelling 
ESTS0663 
CFDLIB99.2* 
Computational
Fluid Dynamics Library 
NEA1684 
IFPE/IFA534.14 
Fission
gas release as a function of burnup at high power (5255 MWd/kg) 
NEA1685 
IFPE/IFA597.3 
Centreline
temperature, fission gas release and clad elongation at high burnup (6062
MWd/kg) 
NEA1561 
CHEMENGL/CHIMISTE 
Chemical
and Physical Properties of Elements (Update) 
IAEA1169 
EMPIREII
2.18 
Comprehensive
Nuclear Model Code, Nucleons, Ions Induced CrossSections 
NEA1492 
NUCLEUSCHART 
Interactive
Chart of Nuclides (Update) 
NEA1687 
IRPHE/B&WSSLATTICE 
Spectral
Shift Reactor Lattice Experiments 
NEA1679 
PVIS4 
Pressure
vessel irradiation, source preparation 
NEA1406 
TOPICSB 
Neutron
and Gamma CrossSections Library Handling in FIDO Format 
NEA0919 
SRIM2003 
Stopping
Power and Range of Ions in Matter 
NEA1603 
DCHAINSP
2001 
Code
System for Analyzing Decay and Buildup Characteristics of Spallation Products 
NEA1676 
ERRORJ 
Multigroup
covariance matrices generation from ENDF/B6 format 
NESC0983 
EGUN 
Charged
Particle Trajectories in Electromagnetic Focusing System (Update) 
Note:
All computer code documentation has now been scanned and is distributed
exclusively on the CDROM in electronic format with the program package.
No paper copies of manuals are provided.
For
more details see weekly
updated list
(on Mondays)

List
of the programs by subject
field

The
list of MCNP (ACE format)
libraries has been updated. There is now a large set of such
libraries available based on the most recent evaluations and for several
temperatures.
Integral
Experiments Data for Model and Code Validation
Compilations
and evaluations have been updated concerning the :

Shielding
Experiments Data Base (SINBAD) at NEADB
or RSICC

Work
is in progress on the International Reactor Physics Benchmark Experiments
Project. See IRPhE
.

The
International Fuel Performance Experiments Database (IFPE)
was recently enriched with new experiments and some evaluations of the
experiments were revised.
Workshops,
Training Courses & Tutorials planned for 2003:

2nd
International Workshop on 'Advanced
radiation transport simulation with PENELOPE (electronphoton transport)',
to be held in Salou (Tarragona) from 810 January 2003.(Penelope User Group
meeting)

Workshop
on Common Tools for Deterministic Radiation
Transport, for Monte Carlo and Hybrid Codes
(2526 September 2003 in connection with the conference SNA2003).
The intention is to present in particular recently developed tools for
modelling 3D problems, including in particular automated mesh generation,
(XYZ), (RTHETAZ) and the visualisation of the corresponding results
to facilitate interpretation and for improved documentation. Presentation
and discussion of methods and ideas for ensuring that the same models are
used in MC and DT for benchmarking; development of compatible and common
mesh generation and visualisation tools for MC and DT; Methods for 3D Sensitivity
Analysis / Uncertainty Analysis should also be demonstrated. The Data Bank
Executive Group has strongly recommended the development of such tools.
If you are interested in participating, please fill
in the form.

PENELOPE2003
(electronphoton transport) training
course / tutorial, (710 July 2003, NEA, Paris), (see previous workshop
report)  here is the registration
form

KENO
/ SCALE Training Courses 2003, 2327 June 2003 in Paris France

SAMMY
Workshop (analysis of experimental neutroninduced crosssection data
for extracting values and covariances for resonance parameters), May 1216,
2003, Knoxville, TN, USA

MCNP5
Intermediate/Advanced Level Training Course, 2428 March 2003, at the
Imperial College, London, England

MCNP5
Training Course, date and place not yet firmly decided (France)

TOUGH
Symposium, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), 57 May May
57A symposium on applications and enhancements of TOUGH (A GeneralPurpose
Numerical Simulator for Multiphase Fluid and Heat Flow) with oral and poster
presentations. Proceedings on CDROM will be available at the Symposium.
Contact:
Stefan Finsterle, George J. Moridis, Curtis M. Oldenburg, YuShu Wu LBL,
Email: SAFinsterle@lbl.gov

MCNPX
training course, date and place to be determined.

QUADOS
workshop: Intercomparison
on the Usage of Computational Codes in Radiation Dosimetry, 14
 16 July 2003, Bologna, Italy, organised by: ENEA and University
of Bologna, cosponsored by: EURADOS, OECD/NEA, Contact: Gianfranco Gualdrini
guald@bologna.enea.it
The
proposed courses, tutorials etc. will be held depending on user interest
and participation.
Meetings
Sponsored by the Nuclear Science Committee
Meetings
scheduled for the next two years and of interest to clients of
the Computer Program Service
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