ENDF Utility Codes: ENDF Checking and Utility Codes.
INCLUDED SOURCE CODES
CHECKR.F Checks that an evaluated data file conforms to the ENDF format in terms of formal correctness and completeness of the file.
FIZCON.F Checks that an evaluated data file has valid data and conforms to recommended procedures.
PSYCHE.F Checks the physics content of an evaluated data file.
STANEF.F Converts ENDF-files to standard form. (Creates a directory, adds tape label and converts numeric fields. Converts to binary file.)
National Nuclear Data Center, Brookhaven National Lab, Upton, NY.
Fortran, PC and MAC (M00008MNYCP00).
The programs are written to process ENDF-6 formatted files including all formats approved up to and including the November 2004 CSEWG meeting except for the Generalized R-Matrix resonance region format and the generalized format for covariances (file 30) and the new “trial” formats for resonance parameters and their covariances. The programs will also process ENDF-5 formatted files.
The distributed version of the programs, STANEF, CHECKR, FIZCON, PSYCHE, and INTER have been updated for format changes and modified to conform with the requirements of the Modlib Project of the NEA Working Party on International Evaluation Cooperation. The GETMAT, LISTEF, and PLOTEF programs are no longer supported.
The original codes were designed for batch mode operation. Input records consist of free format data fields with each field except the last delimited by a comma. Each program can process more than one input file (ENDF tape) per run with the user supplying the input file specifications appropriate to his computer. Standard processing options can be selected by specifying a completely blank option specification record. The only interactive input required is the name of the batch mode input file.
A few seconds, but also can be run in interactive mode.
Any modern computer capable of running Fortran90 or higher.
A Fortran compiler installed for compilation. GFORTRAN and INTEL Fortran compilers tested at RSICC.
Dunford, C. L., “ENDF Utility Codes Release 7.01/02,” May 31, 2005.
Included in the package is a CD with Fortran source code and documentation listed Section 10.
KEYWORDS: DATABASE FORMAT, ENDFB FORMAT, DATA PROCESSING UTILITY DATA CHECKING