SCAMPI: Collection of Codes for Manipulating Multigroup Cross Section Libraries in AMPX Format.
ENEA/FPN-FISNUC (Nuclear Data Centre), Bologna, Italy, through OECD Nuclear Energy Agency Data Bank, Issy-Les Molineaux, France.
Fortran 77 and C on IBM RS/6000, Sun, DEC.
RSICC ID: P00352MNYWS01; NEADB Identifier is: PSR-0352/05.
SCAMPI (Scale and Ampx Processing Interface) was prepared to facilitate the calculation procedure for creating problem-dependent cross sections from problem-independent multigroup data. It consists primarily of modules derived from PSR-315/AMPX-77 and CCC-545/-SCALE4.3. It consists primarily of the modules AIM, AJAX, ALE, ALPO, BONAMI, CORECTOL, CSAS, FILTER, GIP, ICE, LAVA, MALOCS, NITAWL, PERFUME, RADE, UNITAB, WAX, and XSDRN derived from PSR-315/AMPX-77 and CCC-545/SCALE4.3. The CSASIN full-screen PC input processor that guides the user through the CSAS module input has been modified for SCAMPI and is also included. The CSAS module was modified to remove the interface with KENO and automatically provide output of an ANISN-formatted working library for use with codes such as CCC-543/TORT-DORT,[*] CCC-254/ANISN-ORNL or CCC-474/MORSE-CGA. The GIP program was extracted from the CCC-543/TORT-DORT 2.12.14 package. Note that no data libraries are included in SCAMPI.
The CSAS control module in SCAMPI uses engineering data and keyword input to perform resonance self-shielding, Doppler-broadening, and temperature interpolation of the thermal-scattering matrices for the specified geometry and mixtures through calls to SCALE and AMPX-77 functional modules. Thus, CSAS is an automated procedure which can create problem-dependent cross sections from data libraries in AMPX master library format.
Run time is entirely dependent on the machine and the problems being solved.
SCAMPI runs on Unix or Linux machines. To facilitate installation, makefiles are included for IBM RS/6000, Sun, DEC Alpha, HP and Linux. Approximately 25 MB of disk space is required to build the executables.
The programs are written in Fortran 77 and C. SCAMPI runs on these systems: IBM AIX with both the f77 and xlf90 compilers, Sun with both Solaris and SunOS4, DEC Alpha with OSF/1 and Ultrix, and HPUX 9.0.3.
V. Sinitsa and M. Pescarini, ENEA Bologna 2007 Revision of the SCAMPI (ORNL) Nuclear Data Processing System, FPN-P9H6-006, (13 September 2007).
V. Sinitsa, Corrections to the MALOCS Module of the SCAMPI System for a Correct Collapsing of the Fission Matrices, FIS-P815-005 (26 November 2003).
Included on distribution media
“The CSASIN Processor for the SCAMPI Code System,” excerpted and modified (February 1995) from OFFSCALE: A PC Input Processor for the SCALE Code System Volume 1: The CSASIN Processor for the Criticality Sequences, by S. M. Bowman, NUREG/CR-6182,Vol. 1 (ORNL/TM-12663/V1) (November 1994).
Portions excerpted from SCALE: A Modular Code System for Performing standardized Computer Analyses for Licensing Evaluation, NUREG/CR-200 Rev. 4 (ORNL/NUREG/CSD-2, Rev. 4) (1995).
Portions excerpted from AMPX 77 A Modular Code System for Generating Coupled Multrigroup Neutron Gamma Cross Section Libraries from ENDF/B-IV and/or ENDF/B-V, by N. M. Greene, W. E. Ford, III, L. Petrie, and J. W. Arwood, ORNL/CSD/TM-283 (October 1992).
Included are the referenced documents, source files and makefiles written on one CD in a tar file compressed with the GNU gzip command. The CSASIN program is also included in the code package. No executables are included in the package.
September 1995, Rev January 2010.
KEYWORDS: MULTIGROUP CROSS SECTION PROCESSING; WORKSTATION
[*]CCC-543/TORT-DORT is no longer distributed by RSICC.