ETOE-2 - Cross-Sections Library for Program MC**2 Generator from ENDF/B.
Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL through the Nuclear Energy Agency Data Bank, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France.
Fortran + Assembler; IBM 3033 (P00585I303300).
ETOE (ENDF/B to MC**2 data conversion) accepts cross section data from a mode 2 ENDF/B tape and prepares the binary cross section and Legendre polynomial tape for the MC**2 code written by Argonne National Laboratory. The ETOE program processes formats I, II, and III ENDF/B data tapes.
ETOE prepares input to the MC**2 program using a mode 2 ENDF/B tape. The DAMMET program may be used to create the mode 2 binary tape for ENDF/B format I data. The DAMMET and RIGEL programs may be used to create the mode 2 binary tape for ENDF/B format II data and RIGEL may be used to create the mode 2 binary tape for ENDF/B format III data.
The restrictions as to storage limitations and options are basically those imposed by the 1966 ENDF/B restrictions and the MC**2 program.
The average running time varies from 3 to 6 minutes on the CDC3600 per material processed dependent on resonance scattering calculations and Legendre polynomial calculations.
65k memory and 7 magnetic tapes - standard input, standard output, ENDF/B, MC**2, 2 scratch tapes, and an overlay tape are required for the CDC3600. The IBM360 version requires 600k bytes of memory.
SCOPE 6.2B (CDC3600), OS/360 (IBM360).
The package is transmitted on one CD with the documentation, fortran and assembler source code, JCL file, and input/output files.
KEYWORDS: DATA MANAGEMENT