OECD/NEA Data Bank & Radiation Safety Information Computational Center (RSICC)


NJOY: a comprehensive nuclear data processing computer code system
for producing continuous-energy and multi-group neutron, photon, and charged  particle cross sections
from ENDF format evaluated nuclear data

15 May 2001

Aix-en-Provence, France  

Proposed  Agenda

1.  Welcome, Introduction of Participants 2.  R.E. MacFarlane: NJOY-2001 - New Structure and Features
- Version Control and Maintenance
- Portability
- Additional Physics
- Discussion 3.  Experience and Feedback from Users on NJOY97 and 99 - Dieter Leichtle, Ingrid Schmuck, Ulrich Fischer: Processing of the IEAF-2000 activation file with GROUPR
- Dieter Leichtle, Ingrid Schmuck, Ulrich Fischer: Status of the 9Be-EFF-3.0/NMOD=3 data processing with ACER
- Ivo Kodeli, Experience with Cross Section Processing Using ERRORR Module

- Feedback from users, further issues that need to be addressed 4.   Presentation of CALENDF-2001 - P. Ribon: Theory and Features of CALENDF-2001
- Jean-Christophe Sublet: The user point of view, QA, Differences with NJOY
- Integration as NJOY Module
- Discussion

5.  J.E. White, M. Greene: The Status of the AMPX Cross-Section Processing System.


6.  Conclusions / Closing

Last reviewed: 27 May 2011