|Program name||Package id||Status||Status date|
|Package ID||Orig. computer||Test computer|
|PSR-0352/02||Linux-based PC,UNIX W.S.||IBM RISC6000 WS|
|PSR-0352/06||Linux-based PC||Linux-based PC|
SCAMPI (Scale and Ampx Processing Interface) was prepared to facilitate the calculational procedure for creating problem-dependent cross sections (working format) from problem-independent multigroup data (master library). It consists primarily of modules derived from AMPX-77 (PSR-0315) and SCALE-4.3 (CCC-0545). Included in the package are AIM, AJAX, ALE, ALPO, BONAMI, COMPOZ, CORECTOL, CSAS, FILTER, GIP, ICE, LAVA, MALOCS, NITAWL, PERFUME, RADE, SMILER, UNITAB, WAX, and XSDRN. The CSASIN full-screen PC input processor that guides the user through the CSAS module input has been modified for SCAMPI an is also included. The CSAS module was modified to remove the interface with KENO and automatically provide output of an ANISN-formatted working library for use with codes such as TORT-DORT (CCC-0543), ANISN-ORNL (CCC-0254), or MORSE-CGA (CCC-0474. The GIP program was extracted from the TORT-DORT-2.12.14 package (CCC-0543). Note that no data libraries are included in SCAMPI.
In version PSR-0352/05, SCAMPI was upgraded to contain the following features:
A bug in the fission matrix collapsing was corrected in the MALOCS code.
The RGENDF subroutine was corrected and modified in the SMILER module to read GENDF doubleprecision binary files from NJOY-99.
The listing length of the output data was increased from 1000 to 10000 records in the MILER subroutine of the SMILER module.
The SMILER and MALOCS modules treat now, in addition to the prompt fission spectrum, the delayed fission spectrum, and prepare the total (prompt part + delayed part) fission spectrum.
MALOCS can now process rectangular fission matrices.
Truncation of the upscatter terms with the full effective use of the trigger options IOPT7=0, 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the MALOCS module.
It included all pre-2006 MALOCS module modifications made by the ENEA-Bologna Nuclear Data Group.
The previous version of SCAMPI was updated to correct a bug in file rgendf.f.
The CSAS control module in SCAMPI uses engineering data and keyword input to perform resonance self-shielding, Doppler-broadening, and temperature interpolation of the thermal-scattering matrices for the specified geometry and mixtures through calls to SCALE and AMPX-77 functional modules. Thus, CSAS is an automated procedure which can create problem-dependent cross sections from data libraries in AMPX master library format.
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Contributed by: Radiation Safety Information Computational Center
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U. S. A.
Developed by: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U. S. A.
Linux version (PSR-0352/03) contributed by:
Ivo Kodeli and Bojan Zefran
"Jozef Stefan" Institute
Reactor Physics Department (F8)
Jamova 39, POB 3000
PSR-0352/04/05/06 contributed by:
V. Sinitsa (ex IPPE-Obninsk, Russion Federation)
ENEA - FIS-NUC Nuclear Data Group
Centro Ricerche 'E. Clementel'
Via Martiri di Monte Sole, 4
Keywords: cross sections, data library, data processing, group constants.