The Nuclear Data Sensitivity Tool (NDaST) is a Java based piece of software, designed to perform calculations on nuclear data sensitivity files for benchmark cases. These calculations are either:
This allows simple and fast analysis for nuclear data evaluators to test the impact of revisions across a wide set of benchmarks. Users may also efficiently compare the difference in uncertainties obtained from various sources.
Automated database search and loading from:
|December 2020 version. Requires Java 6 or later.|
Extract of results from: O.Cabellos, J.Dyrda and N.Soppera, "Checking, Processing and Verification of Nuclear Data Covariances" CW2017, Aix-en-Provence, Oct 2017
The IRPhEP Database and Analysis Tool (IDAT) was first released in 2013 and is included on the IRPhE Handbook DVD. This database and corresponding user interface allows easy access to handbook information. Selected information from each configuration was entered into IDAT, such as the measurements performed, benchmark values, calculated values and materials specifications of the benchmark. In many cases this is supplemented with calculated data such as neutron balance data, spectra data, k-eff nuclear data sensitivities, and spatial reaction rate plots.