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|NEA-1885/01||Linux-based PC,UNIX W.S.||Linux-based PC|
DART calculates the total number of displacements, primary knocked-on atoms, recoil spectra, displacement cross sections and displacement per atoms rates in a poly atomic solid target, composed of many different isotopes, using ENDF/B-VI derived cross sections.
To calculate these values, different incident particles were considered: neutrons, ions and electrons.
The user needs only to specify an incident particle energy spectrum and the composition of the target.
The number of displaced atoms are calculated within the Binary Collision Approximation framework. To calculate the number of displacements the DART code does not use the classical NRT dpa analytical formula, which is only appropriate for projectile and target of the same mass. It numerically solves the linearized Boltzmann equation for a polyatomic target.
It can be a useful tool to select the nature and energy of ions or electrons in particle accelerators or electron microscopes to mimic the primary damage induced by neutron irradiation in nuclear plants or fission facilities.
Typically any ENDFB format evaluation may be used. This package includes the ENDFB-VI nuclear data library.
Neutron or ion : 10E-11 to 20 MeV
Data library distributed with DART v1.0:
ENDFB-VI nuclear data library
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L. Luneville, D. Simeone, C. Jouanne:
Calculation of radiation damage induced by neutrons in compound materials, Journal of Nuclear Materials 353, (2006), 89
LINUX 32 or 64 bits PC. Unix on Mac.
DART v1.0 requires 2 Mbytes of disk space. The associated nuclear data library, ENDFB-VI, requires 400 Mbytes of disk space.
DART version 1.0 was tested at the Data Bank on:
COMPUTER : VMWare virtual platform with Intel Xeon E 5-2650, 2 GHz
OPERATING SYSTEM : Ubuntu 1204.2 64 bits
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|NEA-1885/01||C-LANGUAGE, FORTRAN, JAVA|
Keywords: Boltzmann equation, ENDF/B, collisions, displacement cross sections, displacement per atom, production rates, recoil spectra.