ADEFTA (Atomic Densities far Transport Analysis) is a script file far any UNIX/Linux platform that uses on1y Bourne shell (bash) commands and the 'awk' UNIX (and Linux) utility in order to calculate the atomic densities related to any compositional model far transport analysis. Moreover ADEFTA is particularly addressed to users of both the GIP code, which prepares macroscopic cross-sections far the DORT/TORT deterministic transport codes, and the Monte-Carlo code MCNP. Version 2.0, differently from Version LO, accepts in input the isotopic concentration of isotopes or natural elements in a material definition also. This option is useful when the isotopic concentration of a medium is a problem input, because already calculated elsewhere. ADEFTA calculates the concentration of isotopes resulting from the 'splitting' of natural elements (when necessary) and uses these input and/or calculated isotopic concentrations to determine the isotopic concentrations of mixtures, if any.
|Titolo:||ADEFTA Version 2.0: A Program to Calcolate the Atomic Densities of a Compositional Model for Transport Analysis|
|Data di pubblicazione:||8-nov-2004|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||5.2 Documento in Garanzia della Qualità|