RSICC Home Page FISPACT-II

RSICC CODE PACKAGE CCC-836

 

1.  NAME AND TITLE

FISPACT-II 4.0 & TENDL-2017, -2015, -2014, ENDF/B-VIII.0,-VII.1, JENDL-4.0, JEFF-3.3,-3.2, CENDL-3.1, HEIR-0.1, HEAD-2009, GEFY-6.1, and EAF-2010 libraries

 

RESTRICTIONS: Users from NEADB member countries http://www.nea.fr/html/nea/mcdb.html are advised to order FISPACT-II from the NEA Data Bank. Users in Canada and the United States may order these codes from RSICC. Users from non-OECD member countries are advised to contact UKAEA directly at UKAEA. Comercial users should also contact UKAEA directly.

 

2.  CONTRIBUTORS

UKAEA Fusion Association, Culham Science Centre, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, through the OECD NEA Data Bank, Boulogne Billancourt, France.

 

3.  CODING LANGUAGE AND COMPUTER

Object-orientated Fortran 2003; PC, Linux, MacOS and Windows. RSICC ID C00836MNYCP01. (NEADB NEA-1890/00.)

 

4.  NATURE OF PROBLEM SOLVED

FISPACT-II is a multi-physics platform providing a wide variety of advanced inventory simulation methods and employing the most up-to-date, enhanced nuclear data forms for neutron, proton, alpha, deuteron or gamma particles interactions with matter


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5. METHOD OF SOLUTION

FISPACT-II uses numerical LSODES, Livermore Solver for Ordinary Differential Equations with general sparse Jacobian matrices. Backward Differentiation Formula (BDF) methods (Gear’s method) in stiff cases to advance the inventory, Adams methods (predictor-corrector) in non stiff case, Yale sparse matrix efficiently exploits the sparsity.

               

6.  RESTRICTIONS OR LIMITATIONS

None noted.

 

7.  TYPICAL RUNNING TIME

Run times vary, (Seconds to Minutes)

 

8.  COMPUTER HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS

FISPACT-II will run on Linux, MacOS and Windows systems.

 

9.  COMPUTER SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS

Executables created by the developers are included for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows systems. The included Windows executable was run at RSICC on Windows 7, and the Linux executable was run under Red Hat Enterprise Linux. A current Fortran compiler is needed if recompilation is required.

 

10. REFERENCES:

10a. included in distribution:

 

M. Fleming, T. Stainer and M. Gilbert, editors. The FISPACT-II User Manual, Jan. 2018, UKAEA-R(18)001. Available from fispact.ukaea.uk

J-Ch. Sublet, J. W. Eastwood, J. G. Morgan, M. R. Gilbert, M. Fleming, and W. Arter, “FISPACT-II: An Advanced Simulation System for Activation, Transmutation and Material Modelling,” Nuclear Data Sheets 139 (2017) 77-137

M. Fleming and J-Ch. Sublet, Validation of FISPACT-II Decay Heat and Inventory Predictions for Fission Events, Feb. 2018, UKAEA-R(18)003. Available from fispact.ukaea.uk

M. Gilbert and J-Ch. Sublet. Decay heat validation, FISPACT-II & TENDL-2017, JEFF-3.3, ENDF/B-VIII.0, EAF-2010, and IRDFF-1.05 nuclear data libraries, Mar. 2018, UKAEA-CCFE-R(18)003. Available from fispact.ukaea.uk

M. Fleming, J-Ch. Sublet and J. Kopecky. Integro-Differential Verification and Validation, FISPACT-II & TENDL-2017 nuclear data libraries, Feb. 2018, UKAEA-R(18)004. Available from fispact.ukaea.uk

M. Fleming, J-Ch. Sublet, A. Koning, D. Rochman. Maxwellian-Averaged Neutron-Induced Cross Sections for kT=1 keV to 100 keV, KADoNiS, TENDL-2017,-2014, ENDF/B-VIII.0, JEFF-3.3, JENDL-4.0u, and EAF-2010 nuclear data libraries, Feb. 2018, UKAEA-R(18)005. Available from fispact.ukaea.uk

10b. background references (not included in distribution)

J Jean-Christophe C. Sublet, James W. Eastwood, J. Guy Morgan, and Mark R. Gilbert: EASY-II (14) “renaissance”.

Jean-Christophe C. Sublet, Arjan J. Koning and Dimitri Rochman: Toward a unified ENDF-6 formatted file frame (CCFE-R(11)16 issue 2, June 2012).

Jean-Christophe Sublet, Michael Fleming, Jiri Kopecky, Mark Gilbert, Dimitri Rochman and Arjan Koning: Summary of TENDL-2014 Verification & Validation outcomes and recommendations for future libraries (UKAEA-R(15)35, November 2015).

Jean-Christophe Sublet and Mark R. Gilbert: Decay heat validation, FISPACT-II & TENDL-2013,-2012 and EAF-2010 nuclear data libraries (CCFE-R(14)21, February 2014).

Mark R. Gilbert, Jean-Christophe Sublet and Robin A. Forrest: PKA distributions of the elements simulated using TENDL-2014; FW Nuclear Fission plants (CCFE-R(15)26-supplement, December 2015).

Mark R. Gilbert and Jean-Christophe Sublet: PKA distributions of the elements simulated using TENDL-2014; PWR Nuclear Fission plants (UKAEA-R(15)31-supplement, December 2015)

MMark R. Gilbert Jean-Christophe Sublet: PKA distributions of the elements simulated using TENDL-2014; HFR Nuclear Fission plants (UKAEA-R(15)32-supplement, December 2015).

Mark R. Gilbert and Jean-Christophe Sublet: PKA distributions of the elements simulated using TENDL-2014; FBR Nuclear Fission plants (UKAEA-R(15)33-supplement, December 2015).

 

11. CONTENTS OF CODE PACKAGE

The package is transmitted on 2 Dual Layer DVDs which contains the reports listed above, executable files for all computer systems named above, Windows installer, data libraries and test cases. Users interested in requesting source code should contact UKAEA directly, contact information is provided in UKAEA User License.

 

12. DATE OF ABSTRACT

May 2016.

 

KEYWORDS:  ACTIVATION; ALPHA PARTICLES; CHARGED PARTICLES; CROSS SECTIONS; GAMMA RAY; MODELING; NEUTRON; PROTON