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ENDF

The Evaluated Nuclear Data File format, currently referred to as the "ENDF-6 format" is used around the world for encoding nuclear data for use in a variety of nuclear applications. It is used for national nuclear data libraries such as ENDF/B-VII is the US, JENDL-4 in Japan, and JEFF-3.3 in Europe. Because of its universal applicability, it is important for the creators and users of nuclear data to be familiar with it. This training course was originally developed for a set of classes sponsored by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and it has been used for other classes in subsequent years.

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NJOY

The NJOY Nuclear Data Processing System is widely used for converting physics-oriented data in the ENDF format into data for use in nuclear applications. It produces data for both multigroup and Monte Carlo methods. In addition, it generates some supplemental nuclear data, such as heating and damage cross sections, gas production, and thermal scattering. This training course was originally developed for a set of classes sponsored by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and it has been used for other classes in subsequent years.

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NNSA


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