comprehensive, validated, and extensively tested nuclear data library developed for
fusion (thermonuclear) applications and actually used for the ITER design. Evaluations
contained in the library are judged to be the best available by February 1997.
Therefore, their use is recommended also for other (non-fusion) applications. FENDL
version 2.0 consists of the following sublibraries:
(FENDL/A-2.0)- neutron activation cross sections for 13006 reactions on 739
targets ranging from 1-H up to 248-Cm at incident energies up to 20 MeV. Pointwise and
processed data in different formats are included.
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(FENDL/D-2.0) - decay properties (decay type, decay energy, and half life)
for 1867 nuclides and isomers. FENDL/D-2.0 sublibrary is complementary to the activation
sublibrary. Pointwise and processed data are included.
(FENDL/DS-2.0) - neutron cross sections to be used for reactor neutron
dosimetry by foil activation, radiation damage cross-sections, and benchmark neutron
spectra. This sublibrary is identical to the International Reactor Dosimetry File
(IRDF-90). Pointwise and processed data are included.
(FENDL/C-2.0) - charged-particle cross sections for the following fusion
reactions: 1-H-2(d,n)2-He-3, 1-H-2(d,p)1-H-3, 2-He-3(d,p)2-He-4, 1-H-3(t,2n)2-He-4, and
1-H-3(d,n)2-He-4. Pointwise and processed data are included.
TRANSPORT - validated basic nuclear data (neutron-nucleus interaction
including photon production, and photon-atom interaction cross sections) for 57 nuclides
relevant for fusion. In addition to the pointwise data (FENDL/E-2.0), the
sublibrary also contains processed data FENDL/MG-2.0 and FENDL/MC-2.0
to be used in the discrete-ordinates and Monte Carlo transport calculations
- collection of benchmarks for FENDL-2.0 validation.
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