ADEFTA (Atomic Densities for Transport Analysis) is a script file for any UNIX/Linux platform that uses only Bourne shell (bash) commands and the 'awk' UNIX (and Linux) utility in order to calculate the atomic densities related to any compositional model for transport analysis. Moreover ADEFTA is particularly addressed to users of both the GIP code, which prepares macroscopic cross-sections for the DORT/TORT deterministic transport codes,and the Monte-Carlo code MCNP. Version 4.0 changes with respect to the previous version regard only the formal of the output file for MCNP produced by ADEFTA. This file con directly be used by MCNP with minor editing. ADEFTA can run in Cygwin (http://www.cygwin.com) and so the output is available in Windows as well as in UNIX/Linux.

ADEFTA Version 4.0: A Program to Calculate the Atomic Densities of a Compositional Model for Transport Analysis

Orsi, R.
2007

Abstract

ADEFTA (Atomic Densities for Transport Analysis) is a script file for any UNIX/Linux platform that uses only Bourne shell (bash) commands and the 'awk' UNIX (and Linux) utility in order to calculate the atomic densities related to any compositional model for transport analysis. Moreover ADEFTA is particularly addressed to users of both the GIP code, which prepares macroscopic cross-sections for the DORT/TORT deterministic transport codes,and the Monte-Carlo code MCNP. Version 4.0 changes with respect to the previous version regard only the formal of the output file for MCNP produced by ADEFTA. This file con directly be used by MCNP with minor editing. ADEFTA can run in Cygwin (http://www.cygwin.com) and so the output is available in Windows as well as in UNIX/Linux.
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