5. RESTRICTIONS ON THE COMPLEXITY OF THE PROBLEM
dimensioning permits accommodation of any number of energy groups,
space points, and material regions, within the limits of available
storage. The number of delayed neutron groups is limited to 6.
The number of bytes allocated for data storage is a function of
the dimension of COMMON block A. The size of A, which is also the
value of the variable MAX, must be greater than
8(P(G+D) + 2GD + 10G + G(G+1) + 25R
+ 19RG + RG**2 + 11P + 4PG + 2N + 50)
R is the number of regions,
G is the number of neutron energy groups,
D is the number of delayed neutron groups,
P is the number of space points, and
N is the number of test points for testing convergence and
predicting transformation frequencies (recommended value is
one or two times the number of material regions, R).