OECD/NEA Data Bank
Computer Program Service (CPS) E-Newsletter
No. 9, July 2002
Service of the OECD/NEA Data Bank Computer
The most recently acquired and / or tested
computer codes and data are:
Note: All computer code documentation has
now been scanned and will be distributed exclusively on the CD-ROM in electronic
format with the program package. No paper copies of manuals will be provided
as from now.
||Gamma Doses from Atmospheric Plume
||Monte Carlo Code System for Multiparticle and High Energy Applications
||Neutron, Photon, and Electron Data Libraries for MCNPX
||Graphical user interface to plot WIMS-D library multigroup cross sections
||Th-232 cross section data for MCNP
||MCNP Continuous-Energy Neutron Cross Section Libraries for Temperatures
from 300 to 1365 K.
||MCNP nuclear data library based on JENDL-3.2
||Design Code for Duct-Streaming Radiations
||1-D 2-D MultiGroup Discrete Ordinate Method Transport
||Isotope Generation and Depletion in Highly Irradiated LWR Fuel Rods
||Theory and Use of Gamma-Ray Spectrum Analysis Codes for NaI(Tl) Detectors.
||Time-Dependent 3-D Discrete Ordinates Neutron Transport
Code System with Delayed Neutrons
||Cell Calculation with Burnup Fuel Management for Thermal Reactors
||126 Neutron-Group 36 Gamma-Group Coupled Cross-Section in AMPX &
CCCC Format for LMFBR
||Monte-Carlo Code for Simulation a Decaying Process of an Excited Nucleus
||Simulates High Energy Nuclear Reactions and Nuclear-Meson Transport
For more details see weekly
updated list (on Mondays)
Access to the CPS Web pages has been growing over
the recent years. Graphs
with trends have been updated recently.
Integral Experiments Data for Model and Code Validation
Compilations and evaluations have been updated concerning
Shielding Experiments Data Base (SINBAD) at NEADB
Work is in progress on the International Reactor
Physics Benchmark Experiments Project. See IRPhE.
The International Fuel Performance Experiments Database
was recently enriched with new experiments and some evaluations of the
experiments were revised.
Training Courses & Tutorials:
Recently completed Workshops
Workshop on Computing Radiation Dosimetry
(CRD-2002) with embedded training course on MCNPX -
Monte Carlo Code System for Multiparticle & High Energy Applications,
was held at the Instituto Tecnologico e Nuclear (ITN), Sacavem, Lisbon,
Portugal 22-28 June 2002.
The MCNPX specific training was held
from 24-28 June. The Workshop proceedings will be printed in the autumn
2002. More details are provided in the CRD-2002
MCNP - Introductory
Course including MCNP5 Features, from 9-13 September 2002 at
the University of Stuttgart, Germany
Physor 2002 Workshop in Korea 14-18 October
2002, hosted by KAERI
MCNPX Training course (November 2002 at SCK-CEN,
transport) workshop with tutorial, (end 2002/ early 2003, at NEA in Paris)
(see previous workshop
Cross-Section Processing System (summer, autumn 2002), Issy-les-Moulineaux,
France. (proposed programme)
For 2002 the following training courses/workshops are planned:
Tutorials on deterministic radiation (DT)
transport codes (tentatively early 2003). The intention is to present
also recently developed tools for modelling 3D problems, including in particular
automated mesh generation, (X-Y-Z), (R-THETA-Z) 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.
The proposed courses, tutorials etc. will
be held depending on user interest and participation.
Meetings Sponsored by the Nuclear Science Committee
scheduled for the next two years and of interest to clients of the Computer
News from the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA)
issue of the NEA on-line bulletin.
Joanna McGrath has taken up a new job at the OECD.
From now on, she is replaced by Catherine Rocher. Please submit your program
request directly to her at firstname.lastname@example.org