International Conference on Nuclear Data for Science and Technology
Robert C. Haight, Mark B. Chadwick, Toshihiko Kawano, Patrick Talou
American Inst. of Physics, Jun 24, 2005 - Science - 1776 pages
All papers were peer reviewed. This conference focused on the broad field of nuclear data, their production, dissemination, and testing, with the goal of providing reliable data for applications such a nuclear fission and fusion energy, accelerators, spallation neutron sources, nuclear medicine, environment, space, non-proliferation, nuclear safety, astrophysics and cosmology, and basic research.
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2005 American Institute actinides analysis angular distributions Atomic beam benchmark branching ratio capture cross section Conference on Nuclear covariance cross-section data files Data for Science database decay data decay heat detector edited by R. C. elastic scattering emission ENDF ENDF/B-VI energy range energy region ENSDF evaluated nuclear data EXFOR experimental data experiments FIGURE fission cross sections fission products gamma gamma-ray IAEA inelastic Institute of Physics integral interaction International Conference isotopes JENDL Kawano M. B. Chadwick mass MCNP measurements method National Laboratory neutron capture neutron energy Nucl Nuclear Energy Agency Nuclear Physics nuclear reaction nuclear structure nuclei nucleon nuclides obtained optical model particle Phys proton R-matrix R. C. Haight ratio reaction cross sections reactor resonance integral resonance parameters s-wave SAMMY sample Science and Technology shown in Fig spectrum Table Talou target thermal total cross section uncertainties values WPEC Y-ray