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Program name | Package id | Status | Status date |
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KENO5A-PC | CCC-0548/02 | Tested | 25-FEB-1993 |

Machines used:

Package ID | Orig. computer | Test computer |
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CCC-0548/02 | PC-80386 | PC-80386 |

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3. DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM OR FUNCTION

This package has been designated KENO5A-PC Version 1.2 by the contributors. KENO5A-PC solves the three-dimensional Boltzmann transport equation for neutron multiplying systems. The primary purpose of KENO5A-PC is to determine k-effective. Other calculated quantities include lifetime and generation time, energy-dependent leakages, energy- and region-dependent absorptions, fissions, fluxes, and fission densities.

This package has been designated KENO5A-PC Version 1.2 by the contributors. KENO5A-PC solves the three-dimensional Boltzmann transport equation for neutron multiplying systems. The primary purpose of KENO5A-PC is to determine k-effective. Other calculated quantities include lifetime and generation time, energy-dependent leakages, energy- and region-dependent absorptions, fissions, fluxes, and fission densities.

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6. TYPICAL RUNNING TIME

On IBM PC-AT class equipment, run times range from about an hour for simple unmoderated systems to 10-12 hours for complex moderated systems. These times are shortened by a factor of approximately 8 on IBM PS/2-class systems using extended memory.

On IBM PC-AT class equipment, run times range from about an hour for simple unmoderated systems to 10-12 hours for complex moderated systems. These times are shortened by a factor of approximately 8 on IBM PS/2-class systems using extended memory.

CCC-0548/02

on a PC 396 running at 20 MHz under the MS/DOS4.01 operating system and a math coprocessor, the following times were noted:1. JEZEBEL.KVA - standard unreflected critical sphere of plutonium - took 2.4 minutes.

2. CRIT132 - critical array of low enriched, water-moderated fuel

rods - took 84.9 minutes.

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CCC-0548/02, included references:

- INEL KENO5A/PC NotesInformal Notes (December 1, 1989).

- R. Tayloe:

KENO486 Notes

Informal Notes (May 1991).

- L.M. Petrie and N.F. Lansers:

"KENO5A - An Improved Monte Carlo Criticality Program with

Supergrouping" Volume 2, Section F11 from "SCALE - A Modular Code

System for Performing Standardized Computer Analyses for Licensing

Evaluation"

NUREG/CR-0200 Rev. 2 (ORNL/NUREG/CSD-2/R2) (December 1984).

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11. MACHINE REQUIREMENTS

The minimum hardware configuration is an IBM XT or compatible with a math coprocessor, 1 MB RAM, and a 20-Mb fixed disk. KENO5A-PC has successfully executed on all IBM PC and PS/2 equipment, a COMPAQ SLT 286, and an Alliant FX8. It has no intentional machine dependencies other than the time and date subroutines.

The minimum hardware configuration is an IBM XT or compatible with a math coprocessor, 1 MB RAM, and a 20-Mb fixed disk. KENO5A-PC has successfully executed on all IBM PC and PS/2 equipment, a COMPAQ SLT 286, and an Alliant FX8. It has no intentional machine dependencies other than the time and date subroutines.

CCC-0548/02

This version requires a PC/80386 (with a 80387 co- processor) or PC 80486. At least 4 MB of extended memory is needed.[ top ]

CCC-0548/02

The Lahey/ Ergo OS/386 extended memory operating system version 2.1.06 are used under MS-DOS 4.01. Source code was compiled using the Lahey F77-EM/32 version 4.02 extended memory Fortran compiler.[ top ]

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CCC-0548/02

File name | File description | Records |
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CCC0548_02.001 | Information file | 206 |

CCC0548_02.002 | File comp link bind AWLPDK MALPDK WGTPDK | 49 |

CCC0548_02.003 | batch file to compile KENO | 21 |

CCC0548_02.004 | batch file to link KENO | 8 |

CCC0548_02.005 | batch file to bind KENO | 6 |

CCC0548_02.006 | link response file | 5 |

CCC0548_02.007 | executable file | 0 |

CCC0548_02.008 | KENO5 Binary Albedo file | 0 |

CCC0548_02.009 | KENO5 Hansen Roach Binary Cross Sect Lib | 0 |

CCC0548_02.010 | KENO5 Binary Weight File | 0 |

CCC0548_02.011 | Prog to convert libs from ASCII to bin | 0 |

CCC0548_02.012 | Source code for AWLPDK | 180 |

CCC0548_02.013 | KENO5 Hansen Roach ASCII Cross Sect Lib | 11505 |

CCC0548_02.014 | prev vers H-R ASCII Cross Sect lib | 11480 |

CCC0548_02.015 | List materials in prev ver HR Cross Sect | 216 |

CCC0548_02.016 | List of materials on file WORKLIB | 227 |

CCC0548_02.017 | Prog to convert ALBEDOS from ASCII to bin | 0 |

CCC0548_02.018 | Source code for MALPDK | 116 |

CCC0548_02.019 | KENO5 ASCII Albedo File | 4624 |

CCC0548_02.020 | List of material for ALBEDOS | 42 |

CCC0548_02.021 | Prog to convert WEIGHTS from ASCII to bin | 0 |

CCC0548_02.022 | Source code for WGTPDK | 118 |

CCC0548_02.023 | KENO5 ASCII Weight File | 1868 |

CCC0548_02.024 | List of materials on file WEIGHTS | 6 |

CCC0548_02.025 | Input for INEL Sample problem 1 | 23 |

CCC0548_02.026 | Output for JEZEBEL.KVA | 957 |

CCC0548_02.027 | Input for INEL Sample Problem 2 | 64 |

CCC0548_02.028 | Output for CRIT132 problem | 1112 |

CCC0548_02.029 | Data Library | 0 |

CCC0548_02.030 | Provide LAHEY runtime error messages | 0 |

CCC0548_02.031 | Restart data file | 0 |

CCC0548_02.032 | Tune PC to enable os386 Kernel | 0 |

CCC0548_02.033 | Program to find out PC memory | 0 |

CCC0548_02.034 | Program to control virtual memory paging | 0 |

CCC0548_02.035 | Source K5000.FOR for KENO5A | 2914 |

CCC0548_02.036 | Source K5101.FOR for KENO5A | 660 |

CCC0548_02.037 | Source K5201.FOR for KENO5A | 3518 |

CCC0548_02.038 | Source K5202.FOR for KENO5A | 1143 |

CCC0548_02.039 | Source K5203.FOR for KENO5A | 420 |

CCC0548_02.040 | Source K5204.FOR for KENO5A | 307 |

CCC0548_02.041 | Source K5205.FOR for KENO5A | 161 |

CCC0548_02.042 | Source K5206.FOR for KENO5A | 1225 |

CCC0548_02.043 | Source K5207.FOR for KENO5A | 2917 |

CCC0548_02.044 | Source K5208.FOR for KENO5A | 165 |

CCC0548_02.045 | Source K5209.FOR for KENO5A | 366 |

CCC0548_02.046 | Source K5210.FOR for KENO5A | 3689 |

CCC0548_02.047 | Source K5211.FOR for KENO5A | 835 |

CCC0548_02.048 | Source K5212.FOR for KENO5A | 156 |

CCC0548_02.049 | Input for K.01 Sample Problem | 10 |

CCC0548_02.050 | Input for K.02 Sample Problem | 29 |

CCC0548_02.051 | Input for K.03 Sample Problem | 16 |

CCC0548_02.052 | Input for K.04 Sample Problem | 13 |

CCC0548_02.053 | Input for K.05 Sample Problem | 10 |

CCC0548_02.054 | Input for K.06 Sample Problem | 6 |

CCC0548_02.055 | Input for K.07 Sample Problem | 9 |

CCC0548_02.056 | Input for K.08 Sample Problem | 10 |

CCC0548_02.057 | Input for K.09 Sample Problem | 10 |

CCC0548_02.058 | Input for K.10 Sample Problem | 11 |

CCC0548_02.059 | Input for K.11 Sample Problem | 3 |

CCC0548_02.060 | Input for K.12 Sample Problem | 27 |

CCC0548_02.061 | Input for K.13 Sample Problem | 20 |

CCC0548_02.062 | Input for K.14 Sample Problem | 10 |

CCC0548_02.063 | Input for K.15 Sample Problem | 25 |

CCC0548_02.064 | Input for K.16 Sample Problem | 14 |

CCC0548_02.065 | Input for K.17 Sample Problem | 10 |

CCC0548_02.066 | Input for K.18 Sample Problem | 39 |

CCC0548_02.067 | Input for K.19 Sample Problem | 30 |

CCC0548_02.068 | Input for K.20 Sample Problem | 24 |

CCC0548_02.069 | Input for K.21 Sample Problem | 11 |

CCC0548_02.070 | Input for K.22 Sample Problem | 26 |

CCC0548_02.071 | Input for K.23 Sample Problem | 80 |

CCC0548_02.072 | Input for K.24 Sample Problem | 80 |

CCC0548_02.073 | Input for K.25 Sample Problem | 80 |

CCC0548_02.074 | Output for K.01 Sample Problem | 898 |

CCC0548_02.075 | Output for K.02 Sample Problem | 1233 |

CCC0548_02.076 | Output for K.03 Sample Problem | 941 |

CCC0548_02.077 | Output for K.04 Sample Problem | 964 |

CCC0548_02.078 | Output for K.05 Sample Problem | 904 |

CCC0548_02.079 | Output for K.06 Sample Problem | 877 |

CCC0548_02.080 | Output for K.07 Sample Problem | 903 |

CCC0548_02.081 | Output for K.08 Sample Problem | 800 |

CCC0548_02.082 | Output for K.09 Sample Problem | 808 |

CCC0548_02.083 | Output for K.10 Sample Problem | 922 |

CCC0548_02.084 | Output for K.11 Sample Problem | 866 |

CCC0548_02.085 | Output for K.12 Sample Problem | 1141 |

CCC0548_02.086 | Output for K.13 Sample Problem | 847 |

CCC0548_02.087 | Output for K.14 Sample Problem | 816 |

CCC0548_02.088 | Output for K.15 Sample Problem | 1054 |

CCC0548_02.089 | Output for K.16 Sample Problem | 924 |

CCC0548_02.090 | Output for K.17 Sample Problem | 912 |

CCC0548_02.091 | Output for K.18 Sample Problem | 2046 |

CCC0548_02.092 | Output for K.19 Sample Problem | 1100 |

CCC0548_02.093 | Output for K.20 Sample Problem | 950 |

CCC0548_02.094 | Output for K.21 Sample Problem | 818 |

CCC0548_02.095 | Output for K.22 Sample Problem | 1064 |

CCC0548_02.096 | Output for K.23 Sample Problem | 1054 |

CCC0548_02.097 | Output for K.24 Sample Problem | 1062 |

CCC0548_02.098 | Output for K.25 Sample Problem | 1056 |

CCC0548_02.099 | DOS file-names | 98 |

Keywords: Monte Carlo method, adsorption, criticality, fission, lifetime, multigroup, reactivity, statistics, three-dimensional, transport theory, x-y-z.