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|NEA-1890/06||MacOS,Linux-based PC,PC Windows|
FISPACT-II is an enhanced multi-physics, inventory and source-term code system providing a wide variety of advanced, predictive, spectral and temporal simulation methods employing the most up-to-date and complete nuclear data forms for both neutron and charged-particle interactions.
This update (version NEA-1890/06) contains a new collection of executables. It addresses an issue with running FISPACT-II on a Windows machine.
Numerical LSODES, Livermore Solver for Ordinary Differential Equations with general sparse Jacobian matrices. Backward Differentiation Formula (BDF) methods (Gear’s method) in stiff cases to advance the inventory, Adams methods (predictor-corrector) in non-stiff case, Yale sparse matrix efficiently exploits the sparsity.
Neutron and charged particle simulation. The code system extends the physics up to GeV energy with all channels and incident/emitted particles, now including a bespoke INCL++/ABLA-based residual product library, HEIR-0.1. Code features include self-shielding factors from probability tables, broad temperature dependence, thin/thick target yields, dpa, kerma, pka spectra, robust pathway analysis with pathways-based uncertainty propagation, Monte-Carlo sensitivity and uncertainty quantification and propagation using full reaction covariance data (including neutron and non-neutron irradiations), full energy-dependent fission yield treatment, kerma-based power flux normalisation and new, JSON output formats. The code now has an API, allowing it to effectively communicate with other software.
Note that the system tests and various nuclear data libraries are no longer included in the distribution. Please go to http://fispact.ukaea.uk/nuclear-data/downloads to download them.
NJOY-2016, PREPRO-2017, CALENDF-2010 and ENDF utilities for nuclear data processing
Packaged with addition programs:
- makenuclideindex (Intel Fortran only)
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A set of web-based resources are available at the links below. These contain DOI links or links to pdf copies of reference material, as well as a wealth of other information:
Additional nuclear data libraries are available from:
The most recent versions of the software documentation, reference papers, code & nuclear data verification & validation, and materials handbooks are summarised below:
J-Ch. Sublet, J. W. Eastwood, J. G. Morgan, M. R. Gilbert, M. Fleming, and W. Arter, “FISPACT-II: An Advanced Simulation System for Activation, Transmutation and Material Modelling,” Nuclear Data Sheets 139 (2017) 77-137
M. Fleming and J-Ch. Sublet, Validation of FISPACT-II Decay Heat and Inventory Predictions for Fission Events, Feb. 2018, UKAEA-R(18)003. Available from http://fispact.ukaea.uk
M. Gilbert, O. Vilkhivskaya and J-Ch. Sublet. Decay heat validation, FISPACT-II & TENDL-2018, ENDF/B-VIII.0, JEFF-3.3, EAF-2010, and IRDFF-II nuclear data libraries, Apr. 2020, UKAEA-CCFE-RE(20)04. Available from http://fispact.ukaea.uk
M. Gilbert and J-Ch. Sublet. Decay heat validation, FISPACT-II & TENDL-2017, JEFF-3.3, ENDF/B-VIII.0, EAF-2010, and IRDFF-1.05 nuclear data libraries, Mar. 2018, UKAEA-CCFE-R(18)003. Available from http://fispact.ukaea.uk
M. Fleming, J-Ch. Sublet and J. Kopecky. Integro-Differential Verification and Validation, FISPACT-II & TENDL-2017 nuclear data libraries, Feb. 2018, UKAEA-R(18)004. Available from http://fispact.ukaea.uk
The memory requirement at run-time is case dependent, dynamic allocation, usually not above 1 Gb of RAM.
Tested at the NEA Data Bank on:
COMPUTER: Dell Precision with Intel(R) Core (TM) i7-7600U CPU at 2.80 GHz, RAM: 16.0 GB
OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows 10
COMPUTER: Dell Precision M6800 with Intel(R) Core (TM) i7-4800MQ CPU at 2.70 GHz x 8, RAM: 16.0 GB
OPERATING SYSTEM: Ubuntu 20.04
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|NEA-1890/06||C-LANGUAGE, C++, FORTRAN 2003, PYTHON|
64-bit Linux/macOS and 32/64-bit Windows executables, built using Intel and GNU Fortran compilers on:
Debian 10 (static)
Fedora 29 (static)
Linux Mint 18 (static)
Oracle Linux 7.4
Scientific Linux 7 (static)
Ubuntu 18.04 (static)
Ubuntu 20.10 (static)
The bin subdirectory contain FISPACT-II executable compiled under different operating systems (Linux, macOS and Windows).
Developed and contributed by:
United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority
Culham Science Centre
Email: admin ( at ) fispact.ukaea.uk
Keywords: activation, alpha particles, charged particles, cross sections, data, depletion, deuterons, gamma, modelling, neutron, proton, simulation, transmutation.