By J. Walker, D. R. Weaver (auth.), Ernest J. Henley, Jeffery Lewins, Martin Becker (eds.)
The current quantity in our annual evaluation sequence stories a variety of advancements, giving a vast interpretation to the "technology" of our identify. beginning in the beginning, technological know-how, we have now the evaluation of simple nuclear physics info of Walker and Weaver for reactor kinetics, quite, there fore, behind schedule neutron info. within the look for higher and higher accuracy, it truly is being learned that this includes the nearest scrutiny of basic facts, given to us right here from the Birmingham college. linked to this evaluate of knowledge is the evaluation from Italy through Professor Pacilio and his co staff of the speculation of reactor kinetics within the stochastic shape, and a important compilation of the idea underlying a variety of sensible strategies. Tending extra to know-how come the papers via Jervis, reviewing the appliance of electronic desktops to the keep watch over of enormous nuclear energy stations as built in either the uk and Canada, Pickman's overview of the layout of fuels for heavy water reactors, and the account via Ishi kawa and Inabe of the recent jap examine Reactor software, itself firstly directed mostly to gas aspect reviews. The stability of the amount is made from extra philoso phical contributions to the practicalities of nuclear power.
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T 10% 1. ± 40% l. ± 41% The group decay constants to be used with the data of Cahalan and Ott are those of 239 . Pu as hsted by Tuttle. been underlined in the table. For this reason they have So that both Tuttle's data and that of Cahalan and Ott will show fractional group yields, we have divided the absolute group yields by the absolute yields quoted by Cahalan and Ott. J. WALKER AND D. R. WEAVER 36 Table V shows the experiments reported on spectra from irradiations of thorium, uranium and plutonium.
The current evaluation being used in ENDF/B will be found in the summary documentation by Garber (8), and England and Schenter (77) note that 181 nuclides have complete crosssections from 10- 5 eV to 20 MeV in the fission product file. 24 J. WALKER AND D. R. WEAVER The UKNDL contains fission product cross-sections from several evaluations, some of which include the same nuclides. 55 eV to 2 MeV, and cross-sections averaged over a fission spectrum. An evaluation of 28 fission products was reported by Igarasi et ale (90) at the Washington conference on Nuclear Cross-Sections and Technology 1975, and Gruppelaar (91) referred to the calculational models used in estimating fission product cross-sections at the Trieste consultants' meeting on the use of nuclear theory in neutron nuclear data evaluation.
87 B 1348 r, n, 135 Sb 136 T , e, 88 Br 94 Rb • 95Rb (preliminary data) 79 (Zn+Ga). 80 Ga. 81 Ga. (work in progress) 130 In NUCLEAR PHYSICS DATA FOR REACTOR KINETICS A. The Major Fuel 41 Nucl~des Because of their special place in reactor calculations, these five nuclides have been studied intensively, and there is continuous refinement of their evaluations; for example, Lemmel (183) reported on the third IAEA evaluation of 2200 mls and 20°C Maxwellian-averaged neutron data for 233 u , 235U, 239pu and 241pu at the 1975 Washington conference, and de Saussure et ale (184) have recently published a discussion on the shortcomings of the ENDF/BIV file for 238U crosssections in the region of the resolved resonances.
Advances in Nuclear Science and Technology: Volume 11 by J. Walker, D. R. Weaver (auth.), Ernest J. Henley, Jeffery Lewins, Martin Becker (eds.)