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|Package ID||Orig. computer||Test computer|
|NEA-1638/02||Linux-based PC||Linux-based PC|
ANITA-IEAF is a code package for the activation characterization of materials exposed to neutrons in fusion machines.
The main component of the package is the activation code ANITA-IEAF that computes the radioactive inventory of a material exposed to neutron irradiation, continuous or stepwise. It provides activity, atomic density, decay heat, biological hazard, clearance index and decay gamma-ray spectra at shutdown and for different cooling times.
The main improvements with respect to the previous ANITA-2000 code package are:
extension of the neutron energy range up to 55 MeV;
the default neutron group structure is the VITAMIN-J+(211 neutron groups);
the activation cross section and the decay data libraries were updated on the basis of more recent evaluated data libraries;
the decay gamma sources are calculated by ANITA-IEAF in the VITAMIN-J photon structure (42 gamma-ray groups). The decay gamma sources are written both on the standard output and on a distinct file.
The test cases were executed in about 15 minutes.
|Package ID||Status date||Status|
|NEA-1638/02||19-JUN-2018||Tested at NEADB|
Tested at the NEA Data Bank on:
PC equipped with Intel(R) Core (TM) at 2.80 GHz, total memory 16.0 GB
LINUX: UBUNTU 14.04.5LTS 64-bit operating Sytem; GNU FORTRAN 4.8.4
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Keywords: activation, decay heat, fusion reactors, ingestion, inventories, irradiation, isotope production, radioactive decay.