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UT-BATTELLE WINS OAK RIDGE NATIONAL
The U.S. Department of Energy announced October 20 that the University of Tennessee-Battelle
team has been selected to operate Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Oak Ridge,
Tennessee. The five-year management and operations contract is valued at approximately $2.5
billion. ORNL employs approximately 4,500 staff.
Additional members of the team include Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) and several
of its lead institutions (Duke, North Carolina State, Georgia Tech, Florida State, Virginia and
Virginia Tech). Key subcontractors include Duke Engineering and Services and BWX
Technologies (Babcock & Wilcox).
"We are proud and excited to be selected for the important national responsibility of operating
Oak Ridge National Laboratory--an outstanding science and technology institution with great
people," according to a joint statement released by UT President Wade Gilley and Battelle
President and CEO Doug Olesen. "We are excited by the science and technology, economic
development, and community opportunities at Oak Ridge. UT-Battelle wishes to thank the many
citizens of Tennessee who supported our team."
Gilley and Olesen mentioned three major priorities for operating the Laboratory:
- Excellence in science and technology.
- Excellence in laboratory operations.
- Excellence in community relations.
The UT-Battelle team will begin immediately to prepare for the transition to its management and
operations responsibilities. UT-Battelle will officially assume its operational responsibilities on
April 1, 2000.
UT has been a citizen of the East Tennessee region for 205 years. It has broadened its operations
to include campuses at Memphis, Martin, and Chattanooga and three institutes--agriculture,
space, and public service/continuing education. UT has 42,000 students, 15,000 faculty and staff,
260,000 alumni, and an annual operating budget exceeding $1 billion. The university is a
Carnegie 1 research institution, with centers of excellence in waste management, materials
processing, and the Science Alliance, a collaboration of UT faculty and ORNL staff involved in
scientific research. UT's liaison with Oak Ridge began almost as soon as ground was broken on
the Oak Ridge Reservation. As early as 1943, there were cooperative efforts between the two,
and the first UT graduate classes were offered in Oak Ridge in 1945.
UT has made a priority of expanding collaborative research activities with ORNL during the
1990s. Joint research between UT and ORNL now totals over $20 million.
Battelle employs about 7,500 scientists, engineers, and supporting specialists worldwide,
assisting more than 2,000 industrial and government clients. Battelle has developed numerous
breakthroughs including the Xerox machine, compact disc, and medical technologies. A key part
of Battelle's $1 billion-a-year business is the management of laboratories-including the Pacific
Northwest National Laboratory, Brookhaven National Laboratory (in a partnership with the State
University of New York at Stony Brook), and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (in a
partnership with Midwest Research Institute and Bechtel). Battelle also operates its own private
laboratories in locations such as Columbus, Ohio and Geneva, Switzerland.
From Press Release
Feedback from developers and users on issues related to Y2000 compatibility on
RSICC-distributed codes is welcome and needed! Please contact RSICC via email or post related
information on our electronic notebook. Updated information about Y2K issues in RSICC
packages may be found at http://www-rsicc.ornl.gov/year2000.html. The following disclaimer
applies to all RSICC-distributed codes/data libraries.
|This material was prepared as an account of Government sponsored work
and describes a code system or data library which is one of a series
collected by the Radiation Safety Information Computational Center
(RSICC). These codes/data were developed by various Government and
private organizations who contributed them to RSICC for distribution;
they did not normally originate at RSICC. RSICC is informed that each
code system has been tested by the contributor, and, if practical, sample
problems have been run by RSICC. Neither the United States
Government, nor the Department of Energy, nor Lockheed Martin
Energy Research Corporation, nor any person acting on behalf of the
Department of Energy or Lockheed Martin Energy Research
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legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, usefulness
or functioning of any information code/data and related material, or
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Reference herein to any specific commercial product, process, or service
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Area Code Changes for RSICC
The area code for parts of East
Tennessee is changing from 423 to
865 effective November 1, 1999.
The transition period will extend to April 24, 2000, during which time both area codes can be
used. This period should provide enough time for the customer to make all necessary changes in
modems, faxes, automatic dialers, speed calling, pagers, and cellular phones for numbers dialed
within the Knoxville-Oak Ridge region.
NRC Codes Made Available
Several U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) software packages which were transferred
from the ESTSC to RSICC were incorporated into the RSICC computer code collection. Please
browse the computer code abstracts available at RSICC's www site for more information on
PSR-423/RELAP5/MOD2/025 (United States Sales Only) (This is the IBM 3033 version of
RELAP which the OECD NEA DB provided to RSICC.)
CHANGES TO THE COMPUTER CODE
Two changes were made to the computer code collection during the month. One new code
system was tested and added to the collection and one code system was replaced with a newly
frozen version. Both changes resulted from foreign contributions.
UKAEA/EURATOM Fusion Association, Culham Science
Centre, Abingdon Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, contributed
a newly frozen version of the EASY-97 multipurpose
activation and transmutation code system. The European
Activation SYstem (EASY) is a complete tool for the
calculation of activation in materials exposed to neutrons. It
can be used for any application (fusion, transmutation, fission
and accelerator) where the neutron energy does not exceed 20
MeV. EASY-97 consists of the inventory code FISPACT-97
and the EAF-97 and FENDL-2.0 activation files, which contain various libraries of nuclear data.
FISPACT is an inventory code that solves a set of stiff, first-order differential equations by
means of a numerical method.
Sequential charged particle contributions
Pulses or continuous irradiation
Gas production (as daughter and emitted particle)
EASY-97 runs on UNIX workstations (IBM RS/6000, SP2, SUN, HP) or on Intel-based PC
running Windows 95 or Windows NT. Visual Numerics PV-WAVE® visualization software is
optional. Fortran and C compilers are required to build executables on Unix. Executables created
with the Salford FTN77 version 4.02 compiler are included in the PC version. Source files are
included in the Unix distribution but not in the PC distribution. Documentation files are
distributed in PDF format. The package is transmitted on a CD-ROM with a compressed Unix tar
file and a self-extracting DOS compressed file. References: README files, EDS-0, UKAEA
FUS 358, UKAEA FUS 351, UKAEA FUS 352, UKAEA FUS 353, UKAEA FUS 354, EDS-3a,
EDS-2a. Fortran 77 and C; IBM RS/6000, SUN, HP; Intel-based PC (C00678MNYCP00).
The Nuclear Engineering Research Lab, University of Tokyo,
Tokyo, Japan, through the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency
Data Bank, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France, contributed this code
system for LOCA analysis of supercritical light water
reactors. The behavior of the supercritical water in the
blowdown phase and the reflood phase is modeled in
SCRELA. A simple thermal-hydraulic model was adopted to
analyze the blowdown phase. The high flowrate and high
pressure conditions of the blowdown use a homogenous
equilibrium model. The mass flowrates between the system nodes are calculated from the coolant
expansions due to evaporation and depressurization during blowdown. The system pressure at
certain time steps is determined to satisfy the flow-balance between nodes. The reflood phase
models the cold-leg break LOCA since it has the most severe results. The overall calculational
model for the system thermo-hydraulics is based on the model for a system momentum
calculation and the model for a core mass-energy calculation. The Sun Fortran 77 version 1.2
Fortran compiler was used to test SCRELA on a SUN ULTRASPARC 6. running SUN OS 5.6 at
RSICC. The package is transmitted on one 3.5-in. DOS diskette with a UNIX tar file. Reference:
University of Tokyo Report (September 1996). Fortran 77; Sun (P00408/SUN05/00).
CHANGES TO THE DATA LIBRARY
One change was made to the data library collection during the month. A new data library was
contributed by England.
EURATOM/UKAEA Fusion Association, Culham Science
Centre, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, contributed
the European Activation File, EAF-99. The European
Activation File project has been an ongoing process
performed through European and world-wide co-operation
that has led to the creation of succeeding EAF versions. This
latest release benefited from the generation and maintenance
of comprehensive activation files and the maturing of the processing code SYMPAL. The
pointwise and groupwise nuclear data libraries and uncertainty data library included in this
distribution were developed for use with the inventory code FISPACT. See the UKAEA web site
for more information on the EASY-99 code system which includes EAF-99 data:
http://www.fusion.org.uk. RSICC distributes EAF-97 libraries within the CCC-678/EASY-97
The EAF-99 library contains 12,468 excitation functions involving 766 different targets from 1H
to 257Fm, atomic numbers 1 to 100, in the energy range 10-5 eV to 20 MeV. The 1,500,000 lines
that make up the pointwise file are then processed into numerous groupwise files with different
micro-flux weighting spectra to meet various user needs. Uniquely, an uncertainty file is also
provided that quantifies the degree of confidence placed on the data for each reaction channel.
All reaction channels that have been validated either through cross-section plots or integral
experiment results have been updated. The data are transmitted on CD-ROM which contains the
EAF-99 data and documentation in both a compressed Unix tar file and a self-extracting
compressed DOS file. References: UKAEA FUS 408 (Dec. 1998) and EDS-3a. ASCII data and
PDF documentation; Many computers (D00199MNYCP00).
CONFERENCES, COURSES, SYMPOSIA
RSICC attempts to keep its users/contributors advised of conferences, courses, and symposia in
the field of radiation protection, transport, and shielding through this section of the newsletter.
Should you be involved in the planning/organization of such events, feel free to send your
announcements and calls for papers via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with "conferences" in the subject
line. Please include the announcement in its native format as an attachment to the message. If the
meeting is on a website, please include the url.
An international workshop on Utilization of Nuclear Power in Oceans, N'ocean 2000, will be
held February 21-24, 2000, Tokyo, Japan. It is sponsored and organized by Ship Research
Institute, Ministry of Transport. Economical, environmental, and scientific effects, as well as
benefits from the utilization of nuclear energy with respect to the ocean, will be discussed with
international scientists, engineers and others who are interested in these topics. In order to fully
respect the workshop mission, papers should concentrate on peaceful application of nuclear
energy in oceans. The workshop is expected to lead to international joint research. Topics will
- Marine Reactor
- Nuclear-Powered Ice Breaker
- Nuclear-Powered Deep-Sea Research Ship
- Nuclear-Powered High-Speed Carrier
- Concepts of Future Nuclear Ship
- Safety of Nuclear Ship
- Economy of Nuclear Ship
- Nuclear Ship Engineering Simulation System
- Barge for Nuclear Power Production, Heat Generation and Desalination
- Radioactive Materials Transport Ship
- Offshore/Undersea Nuclear Power Plant
- Radioactive Materials Storage Facility in Ocean
- Economical, Environmental and Scientific Effects
- Laws/Regulations Regarding to Nuclear Ship
- Free Navigation System of Nuclear Ship
- International Cooperation
Further details are available from
Nobuteru Nariyama (Conference Secretary)
Nuclear Technology Division
Ship Research Institute, Ministry of Transport
6-38-1, Shinkawa, Mitaka, Tokyo 181-0004, Japan
The Eighth International Conference on Nuclear Engineering, ICONE-8, will be held at the
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, April 2-6, 2000. It is sponsored by the
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Société Française de I'Energie Nucléaire
(SFEN), and the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers (JSME). ICONE is a comprehensive
international conference on nuclear engineering which features peer-reviewed papers in 10
technical tracks. Further information may be obtained from George Bockhold, US Technical
Chair, c/o PO Box 116502, Gainesville, FL 32611-6502, USA (phone 352-392-9722, fax
352-392-8656, url http://www.icone-conf.org./icone8/index.html).
International Workshop on Neutron Field Spectrometry in
The International Workshop on Neutron Field Spectrometry in Science, Technology and
Radiation Protection, will be held June 5-8, 2000, in Pisa, Italy. For more than 50 years neutron
spectrometry has been used in basic nuclear physics research, in fission and fusion nuclear
technology, in radiation protection and radiation therapy, and in various other applications. The
dynamic range of neutron energies and fluence rates which need to be covered in these
applications has increased, and considerable progress has been achieved in recent years both by
improving conventional techniques as well as by developing new detector systems and analyzing
procedures. Additional information may be found at
http://www.ptb.de/english/org/6/neuspec/intro.htm or contact
Science, Technology and Radiation Protection
PTB, dep. 6.4 `Neutron Metrology'
Bundesallee 100, D-38116 Braunschweig, Germany
The 8th International Symposium on Radiation Physics (ISRP-8) will be held in Prague, the
Czech Republic, June 5-9, 2000. The Symposium, a triennial event organized by the
International Radiation Physics Society (IRPS), is devoted to current trends in radiation physics
research and potential future issues. The scientific sessions will include invited lectures by
leading experts in the field and poster presentations of contributed papers. Papers are solicited for
the following proposed scientific sessions:
- Fundamental processes in radiation physics
- Radiation sources and detectors
- Radiation in physical and material sciences
- Radiation in medicine and biology
- Radiation in space, earth and environmental sciences
- Radiation in archaeometry and the history of art
- Radiation technologies and industrial applications
If you are interested in attending the symposium, please contact:
Professor Ladislav Musilek
Czech Technical University in Prague
Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering
Bøehová 7, 115 19 Praha 1, Czech Republic
fax +4202 2320861, email rnusiIek@br.fjfi.cvut.cz
Additional information may be obtained from http://www.fjfi.cvut.cz/ISRP-8.htm.
Plutonium Futures-The Science
The Plutonium Futures-The Science conference will be held at La Fonda Hotel in Santa Fe, New
Mexico, July 10-13, 2000. Conference participants will examine present knowledge of the
chemical and physical properties of plutonium and other actinides in complex media and
materials; discuss current and emerging science (chemistry, physics, materials science, nuclear
science, and environmental effects) of plutonium and actinides relevant to enhancing global
nuclear security; and promote the exchange of ideas. The scientific program will include invited
plenary and keynote lectures followed by presentations of invited and contributed papers in oral
and poster sessions. The plenary sessions will include participation by policy makers and elected
officials as well as scientific leaders. English is the official language of the conference. The
extended abstracts from the conference will be published. The conference will cover scientific
topics in plutonium and actinide sciences including actinides in the environment and the science
underlying plutonium disposition. Conference subtopics include:
- Matrix interactions
- Materials compatibility
- Plutonium metallurgy
- Detection and analysis
- Environmental and biosphere chemistry
- Nuclear fuels
- Novel plutonium/actinide compounds and complexes
If you are interested in Plutonium Futures-The Science and wish to receive the future
announcements, including the Call for Papers, complete and submit the on-line Information
Request Form (http://www.lanl.gov/orgs/nmt/nmtdo/PuConf2000/PuConf2000.html). You may
also email or write to:
Plutonium Futures-The Science Los Alamos National Laboratory Nuclear Materials
Technology Division P.O. Box 1663
Los Alamos, NM 87545 USA
Contact: Andria Liesse
Conference E-mail: Puconf2000@lanl.gov
Radiation Protection for Our National Priorities:
Medicine, the Environment, and the Legacy
The Radiation Protection and Shielding Division of the American Nuclear Society invites you to
attend its Year 2000 (RPS2000) topical meeting to be held in Spokane, Washington, September
17-21, 2000. The meeting will cover issues associated with radiation protection and health
physics. RPS2000 is being organized in conjunction with the Columbia Chapter of the Health
Physics Society. In addition to the technical paper sessions there will be a full range of classes
and seminars for HPS certification credit. Abstracts of 500500 words on the following topics
are invited for consideration: Transport and Shielding, Computer Applications, Medical
Applications, Environmental Health Physics, Radioactive Waste Management, and Special
Topics. The program committee asks that all abstracts be submitted electronically (by email or
on floppy disk). The deadline for submitting abstracts is December 31, 1999. Complete details
and a list of subtopics is available at the meeting website,
The 10th International Conference on Emerging Nuclear Energy Systems (ICENES-2000) will
be held September 25-28, 2000, in Petten, The Netherlands. The main objective of the ICENES
conference is to discuss, on a broad international basis, the state of various advanced and
non-conventional concepts for nuclear energy production. The ICENES conference is held
biennially. Earlier conferences were held in Graz, Lausanne, Helsinki, Madrid, Karlsruhe,
Monterey, Chiba, Obninsk and Tel-Aviv, respectively. Both research scientists and practicing
engineers are invited to attend and participate in this conference. The meeting organization will
provide ample opportunity for participants to interact in formal sessions and informal
discussions. A panel discussion "Fitting Future Nuclear Energy Systems in a Liberalized Energy
Market" is also planned. Papers can be submitted on the following topics:
- Advanced fission systems
- Accelerator driven systems
- Advanced fusion concepts
- Fusion/Fission hybrids
- Laser systems for nuclear applications
- Space nuclear power
- Exotic nuclear concepts
Deadline for abstracts is December 20, 1999. Instructions for submitting papers are available at
http://www.nrg-nl.com/congres/icenes/ or contact:
Mrs. Dr. A.I. van Heek, Organising Chairman
Phone. (+31) 224 56 4507
Mrs. M. Hofman, Meeting Secretariat
Phone: (+31) 224 56 4193
The address for both is:
P.O. Box 25
1755 ZG Petten
Fax: (+31) 224 56 3490
ANS 14th Topical Meeting on the Technology of Fusion Energy
The 2000 American Nuclear Society 14th Topical Meeting on the Technology of Fusion Energy
will be held at the Olympia Park Hotel in Park City, Utah, October 15-19, 2000. It will be an
international forum for presentation and discussion of scientific and technical information
covering all aspects of fusion technology, including the most recent developments in both inertial
and magnetic confinement fusion energy. The meeting website provides detailed information on
abstract submittal, meeting registration, lodging, and activities. Questions should be sent to Jon
Carmack at email@example.com (phone 208-526-7576 , fax 208-526-0528). The web site can be found
Fourth International Workshop on Dosimetry for Radiation
The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Subcommittee E10.01 Dosimetry for
Radiation Processing has announced the Fourth International Workshop on Dosimetry for
Radiation Processing to be held at the Bahia Resort Hotel in San Diego, California, October
22-27, 2000. The symposium will be patterned on the three previous workshops in 1989
(Ste-Adèle, Québec), 1991 (University of Maryland), and 1995 (Ste-Adèle, Québec). The
symposium will include a few presentations by invited speakers, but the main emphasis will be
on small informal "round table" workshop sessions and hands-on practical exercises in which all
attendees are expected to participate. An informal poster session will be combined with an
equipment and technology demonstration session. Registration is limited to a maximum of 160
technical participants on a "first-register-first-serve" basis. The scope of this workshop covers all
aspects of dosimetry for radiation processing, including the processing of medical products,
pharmaceuticals, foods, inks, packaging, and polymers. The objective is to improve the quality of
dosimetry through a better understanding of dosimetry principles, calibration techniques,
dosimetry applications (e.g. dose mapping and routine monitoring), and the determination and
understanding of dosimetry uncertainties, all based on standards published by ASTM
Subcommittee E10.01. Other standards on process control and quality systems that may have an
impact on dosimetry practices will also be covered. The presentations and workshop sessions are
expected to cover the following topics:
- Dosimetry Principles
- Selection and Calibration of Dosimetry Systems
- Dose Mapping (Gamma)
- Dose Mapping (Electron Beam and X-Ray-Bremsstrahlung)
- Influence Factors (including environmental effects) on Dosimeter Response
- Uncertainties in Absorbed Dose Measurements
- Dosimetry in Industrial Applications
- Quality Assurance and Regulatory Aspects of Dosimetry
- Mathematical Methods for Calculating Absorbed Dose in Radiation Processing Applications
A registration form is available at ASTM. Additional
information may be obtained from
Dr. Harry Farrar IV, Chairman
ASTM Committee E-10
18 Flintlock Lane
Bell Canyon, CA 91307-1127 USA
Telephone: +1 (818) 340-1227
Fax: +1 (818) 340-2132
Fifth Radiation Physics Conference
The Atomic Energy Authority of Egypt is sponsoring the Fifth Radiation Physics
Conference--Atomic Energy, Radiation Protection, Challenges and Strategies. The conference
will be held November 59, 2000, in Cairo at a site to be announced. The organizing body
solicits your work in the following areas:
- Radiation sources
- Radiation effects
- Radiation detection and measurements
- Radiation dosimetry
- Radiation shielding
- Radiation protection and safety
- Applied radiation physics
- Radiation biophysics
- Medical radiation physics
- Environmental radioactivity and earth sciences
- Special topics to include:
- Atomic energy, radiation protection--challenges and strategies
- Radiation exposure of air crew
- Application of nuclear techniques (detection of land mines, etc.)
- Global air and aquatic radioactive monitoring
Further information about the conference and the proper submission of your work may be
obtained from Prof. Mohammad A. Gomaa, Atomic Energy Authority, 3 Ahmad Al-Zomor St.,
Nasr City, Children Village Post Office, Postal Code 11787, Cairo, Egypt (fax 00202-287603,
Your attention is directed to the following events of interest.
Utilization of Nuclear Power in Oceans, N'ocean 2000, Feb. 21-24, 2000, Tokyo, Japan.
Contact: Nobuteru Nariyama (Conference Secretary), Nuclear Technology Division, Ship
Research Institute, Ministry of Transport, 6-38-1, Shinkawa, Mitaka, Tokyo 181-0004, Japan
(phone +81-422-41-3138, fax +81-422-41-3136, email firstname.lastname@example.org, url
Radiation Transport Calculations using the EGSnrc Monte Carlo System, Feb. 29Mar. 2, 2000,
Ottawa, Canada. Contact: Blake Walters, Ionizing Radiation Standards, National Research
Council of Canada, Ottawa, Canada, K1A 0R6 (phone 613-993-2715, fax 613-952-9865, email
email@example.com, url www.irs.inms.nrc.ca/inms/irs/papers/egsnrc/brochure.html).
Eighth International Conference on Nuclear Engineering, ICONE-8, April 26, 2000, Baltimore,
Maryland, USA. Contact: George Bockhold, US Technical Chair, c/o PO Box 116502,
Gainesville, FL 32611-6502, USA (phone 352-392-9722, fax 352-392-8656, email
Submitfirstname.lastname@example.org, url http://www.icone-conf.org/icone8/).
International Workshop on Neutron Field Spectrometry in Science, Technology and Radiation
Protection, June 5-8, 2000, Pisa, Italy. Contact Horst Klein, PTB, dep. 6.4 `Neutron Metrology',
Bundesallee 100, D-38116 Braunschweig, Germany (phone 49-531-592-6400, fax
49-531-592-7205, email email@example.com).
8th International Symposium on Radiation Physics (ISRP-8), June 59, 2000, Prague, the Czech
Republic. Contact: Professor Ladislav Musílek, Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty
of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Bøehová 7, 115 19 Praha 1, Czech Republic (fax
+4202 2320861, email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Plutonium Futures--The Science, July 10-13, 2000, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Contact: Plutonium
Futures--The Science, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Nuclear Materials Technology Division,
P.O. Box 1663, MS E500, Los Alamos, NM, USA 87545 (phone 505-665-5981, fax
505-667-7966, email Puconf2000@lanl.gov).
Radiation Protection for our National Priorities: Medicine, the Environment, and the Legacy,
Sept. 1721, 2000, Spokane, Washington. Contact: Harvey Goldberg, ANS-EWS, P.O.Box 941,
Richland, WA 99352 (email email@example.com).
ICENES 2000, The 10th International Conference on Emerging Nuclear Energy Systems, Sept.
25-28, 2000, Petten, The Netherlands. Contact: Mrs. M. Hofman, Meeting Secretariat, NRG,
P.O. Box 25, 1755 ZG Petten, The Netherlands (phone +31-224-56-4193, fax +31-224-56-3490,
email firstname.lastname@example.org, url http://www.nrg-nl.com/congres/icenes/).
2000 American Nuclear Society 14th Topical Meeting on the Technology of Fusion Energy, Oct.
1519, 2000, Park City, Utah. Contact: url http://www.ambinet.com/ans/rps2000.htm.
4th International Workshop on Dosimetry for Radiation Processing, Oct. 22-27, 2000, San
Diego, California. Contact: Dr. Harry Farrar IV, ASTM Committee E-10, 18 Flintlock Lane, Bell
Canyon, CA 91307-1127 (phone 818-340-1227, fax 818-340-2132, email email@example.com).
5th Radiation Physics Conference--Atomic Energy, Radiation Protection, Challenges and
Strategies, Nov. 5-9, 2000, Cairo, Egypt. Contact: Prof. Mohammad A. Gomaa, Atomic Energy
Authority, 3 Ahmad Al-Zomor St., Alzohour District,
Nasr City, Children Village Post Office, Postal Code 11787, Cairo, Egypt (fax 00202-287603,
SEPTEMBER ACCESSION OF LITERATURE
The following literature cited has been reviewed and placed in the RSICC Information Storage
and Retrieval Information System (SARIS), now searchable on the RSICC web server
(http://www-rsicc.ornl.gov/SARIS.html). This early announcement is made as a service to the
shielding community. Copies of the literature are not distributed by RSICC. They may
generally be obtained from the author or from a documentation center such as the National
Technical Information Service (NTIS), Department of Commerce, Springfield, Virginia 22161.
For literature listed as available from INIS contact INIS Clearinghouse, International Atomic
Energy Agency, P.O. Box 100, A-1400 Vienna.
Radiation Shielding Literature
ANL/NDM-148 . . . A Method To Construct Covariance Files in ENDF/B Format for Criticality
Safety Applications. . . . Naberejnev, D.G.; Smith, D.L. . . . June 1999 . . . Argonne National
Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois.
ORNL/TM-1999/99 . . . Parametric Analysis of PWR Spent Fuel Depletion Parameters for
Long-Term-Disposal Criticality Safety. . . . DeHart, M.D. . . . August 1999 . . . Oak Ridge
National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
ORNL/TM-13752 . . . Subcritical Noise Analysis Measurements with Fresh and Spent Research
Reactor Fuel Elements (U). . . . Valentine, T.E.; Mihalczo, J.T.; Kryter, R.C.; Miller, V.C. . . .
February 1999 . . . Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Health Phys., 77, 441-454 . . . Basic Applications of the Chi-Square Statistic Using Counting
Data. . . . Tries, M.A.; Skrable, K.W.; French, C.S.; Chabot, G.E. . . . October 1999 . . .
University of Massachusetts Lowell, Lowell, Massachusetts.
Nucl. Technol., 127, 239-258 . . . Feasibility Studies of a Soluble Boron-Free 900-MW(electric)
PWR, Safety Systems: Consequences of the Partial or Total Elimination of Soluble Boron on
Plant Safety and Plant Systems Architecture. . . . Fiorini, G.L.; Gautier, G.M.; Bergamaschi, Y. .
. . September 1999 . . . Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique, Saint-Paul les Durance Cedex,
Nucl. Technol., 127, 259-266 . . . Feasibility Studies of a Soluble Boron-Free 900-MW (electric)
PWR, Core Physics - I: Motivations, Assembly Design, and Core Control. . . . Thomet, P. . . .
September 1999 . . . Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique, Saint-Paul les Durance Cedex, France.
Nucl. Technol., 127, 267-286 . . . Feasibility Studies of a Soluble Boron-Free 900-MW (electric)
PWR, Core Physics - II: Control Rod Follow, Load Follow, and Reactivity-Initiated Accident
Linked to RCCAs. . . . Deffain, J-P.; Alexandre, P.; Thomet, P. . . . September 1999 . . .
Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique, Gif-sur-Yvette Cedex, France; and Saint-Paul les Durance
Nucl. Technol., 127, 287-300 . . . Hybrid Analysis of the Simplified Boiling Water Reactor Using
Ramona-4B and Casmo-3 Computer Codes. . . . Vivas, G.F.C.; Hassan, Y.A. . . . September
1999 . . . Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.
Nucl. Technol., 127, 301-314 . . . Benchmark Calculations of the ESADA Single-Region
Mixed-Oxide Critical Experiments. . . . Akkurt, H.; Abdurrahman, N.M. . . . September 1999 . . .
University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas.
Nucl. Technol., 127, 315-331 . . . Benchmark Calculations of the Saxton Plutonium Program
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University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas; Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.
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