Commit 77493b7e by Batson Iii

### Updated KENO math, added Polaris.

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 ... @@ -294,14 +294,14 @@ calculate a dose map for the entire building. ... @@ -294,14 +294,14 @@ calculate a dose map for the entire building. .. _fig4a1: .. _fig4a1: .. figure:: figs/fig4a1.png .. figure:: figs/MAVRIC/fig4a1.png :align: center :align: center :width: 60 % :width: 60 % Cutaway view of Jezebel. Cutaway view of Jezebel. .. _fig4a2: .. _fig4a2: .. figure:: figs/fig4a2.png .. figure:: figs/MAVRIC/fig4a2.png :align: center :align: center :width: 60 % :width: 60 % ... @@ -390,14 +390,14 @@ and details about the calculated fission distribution are shown in ... @@ -390,14 +390,14 @@ and details about the calculated fission distribution are shown in +-----------------+----------------------------+-----------------+-------------+ +-----------------+----------------------------+-----------------+-------------+ .. _fig4a3: .. _fig4a3: .. figure:: figs/fig4a3.png .. figure:: figs/MAVRIC/fig4a3.png :align: center :align: center :width: 60 % :width: 60 % Fission source spatial distribution for the center horizontal slice. Fission source spatial distribution for the center horizontal slice. .. _fig4a4: .. _fig4a4: .. figure:: figs/fig4a4.png .. figure:: figs/MAVRIC/fig4a4.png :align: center :align: center :width: 60 % :width: 60 % ... @@ -427,7 +427,7 @@ room, 100 cm above the floor. Assume the detector in the control room is ... @@ -427,7 +427,7 @@ room, 100 cm above the floor. Assume the detector in the control room is a 30 cm diameter sphere located at position (1145, 55, 285). a 30 cm diameter sphere located at position (1145, 55, 285). .. _fig4a5: .. _fig4a5: .. figure:: figs/fig4a5.png .. figure:: figs/MAVRIC/fig4a5.png :align: center :align: center Coordinates of the floor, walls, ceiling, and door of the simple block building model (in cm). Coordinates of the floor, walls, ceiling, and door of the simple block building model (in cm). ... @@ -768,8 +768,6 @@ The grid geometry for this calculation does not need extra planes around the det ... @@ -768,8 +768,6 @@ The grid geometry for this calculation does not need extra planes around the det A second grid geometry also needs to be added to the definitions block for the mesh tally to use. A second grid geometry also needs to be added to the definitions block for the mesh tally to use. .. _a test .. code:: scale .. code:: scale gridGeometry 2 gridGeometry 2 ... @@ -844,13 +842,13 @@ and forward weighting to help calculate each component of dose with more ... @@ -844,13 +842,13 @@ and forward weighting to help calculate each component of dose with more uniform relative uncertainties. uniform relative uncertainties. .. _fig4a6: .. _fig4a6: .. figure:: figs/4a6.png .. figure:: figs/MAVRIC/4a6.png :align: center :align: center Dose (rem) results for the z=100 cm plane (containing the source). Dose (rem) results for the z=100 cm plane (containing the source). .. _fig4a7: .. _fig4a7: .. figure:: figs/fig4a7.png .. figure:: figs/MAVRIC/fig4a7.png :align: center :align: center Relative uncertainties in the dose, most less than 1%, for the z=100 cm plane. Relative uncertainties in the dose, most less than 1%, for the z=100 cm plane. ... ...
 ... @@ -681,7 +681,7 @@ calculations are shown in :numref:`fig2-4a-10`. ... @@ -681,7 +681,7 @@ calculations are shown in :numref:`fig2-4a-10`. .. list-table:: Sample problem results .. list-table:: Sample problem results :name: tab2-4a-10: :name: tab2-4a-10 :align: center :align: center * - .. image:: figs/DEVC/tab10.png * - .. image:: figs/DEVC/tab10.png ... ...
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 .. _8-1A: Keno Appendix A: KENO V.a Shape Descriptions ============================================ The geometry **shape**\ s allowed in KENO V.a geometry description are: **CUBE, CUBOID, SPHERE, CYLINDER, ZCYLINDER, XCYLINDER, YCYLINDER, HEMISPHERE, HEMISPHE+X, HEMISPHE−X, HEMISPHE+Y,** **HEMISPHE−Y, HEMISPHE+Z, HEMISPHE−Z, XHEMICYL+Y, XHEMICYL−Y, XHEMICYL+Z, XHEMICYL−Z, YHEMICYL+X, YHEMICYL−X, YHEMICYL+Z, YHEMICYL−Z, ZHEMICYL+X, ZHEMICYL−X, ZHEMICYL+Y, ZHEMICYL−Y** **CUBE** specifies a cube. It sets +X = +Y = +Z and −X = −Y = −Z. Note that the +X dimension need not equal the −X dimension of the cube (i.e., the origin need not be at the center of the cube). **CUBOID** is a rectangular parallelepiped and may be described anywhere relative to the origin. **SPHERE** specifies a sphere that is centered about the origin, unless otherwise specified by the optional region origin data. **CYLINDER** specifies a cylinder that has its length described along the Z axis. Its centerline must lie on the Z axis, unless otherwise specified by the optional region origin data. **ZCYLINDER** specifies a cylinder that has its length described along the Z axis. Its centerline must lie on the Z axis, unless otherwise specified by the optional region origin data. **XCYLINDER** specifies a cylinder that has its length described along the X axis. Its centerline must lie on the X axis, unless otherwise specified by the optional region origin data. **YCYLINDER** specifies a cylinder that has its length described along the Y axis. Its centerline must lie on the Y axis, unless otherwise specified by the optional region origin data. **HEMISPHERE** is used to specify a spherical segment of one base whose spherical surface exists in the positive Z direction. The base or flat portion of the spherical segment is centered about a point that may be specified in the optional region origin data. By default, the center of the spherical surface is the origin and the distance to the base from the center of the spherical surface is zero. **HEMISPHE**\ *bc* is used to specify a spherical segment of one base whose spherical surface exists in the *bc* direction (b = + or −, c = x, y, or z). The base or flat portion of the spherical segment is located a distance ρ from the center of the spherical surface, and the center may be specified in the optional region origin data. **HEMISPHE+Z** is the same as the previously described **HEMISPHERE** and **HEMISPHE−Z** is the mirror image of **HEMISPHE+Z**, therefore existing only in the negative Z direction. By default the center of the spherical surface is the origin and the distance of the base from the center of the spherical surface is zero. *b*\ **HEMICYL**\ *cd* is used to specify a cylindrical segment whose axis is in the *b* direction (b = x, y, or z) and whose cylindrical surface exists only in the *c* direction from a plane perpendicular to the *d* axis (c = + or −, d = x, y, or z). The position of the plane (cut surface) can be specified in the optional region chord data. This plane cuts the cylinder parallel to the axis at some distance, ρ, from the axis. By default, the axis passes through the origin and ρ is zero. (Examples: **ZHEMICYL+X, YHEMICYL−Z, XHEMICYL+Y**) Up to 6 dimensions follow the shape keyword [*xx(1)* through *xx(6)*]. These entries are separated by one or more blanks and define the size of the region. Dimensions must be given in cm. *xx(1)*: Radius for a sphere, cylinder, hemisphere or hemicylinder, +X dimension for a cube or cuboid. *xx(2)*: −X dimension for cube or cuboid, +Z for cylinder or Z cylinder, +X for X cylinder, +Y for Y cylinder, +length for hemicylinder, omit *xx(2)* for a sphere or hemisphere. *xx(3)*: +Y dimension for cuboid, −Z for cylinder or Z cylinder, −X for X cylinder, −Y for Y cylinder, −length for hemicylinder, omit *xx(3)* for a sphere, hemisphere, or cube. *xx(4)*: −Y dimension for cuboid, omit for all other geometry types. *xx(5)*: +Z dimension for cuboid, omit for all other geometry types. *xx(6)*: −Z dimension for cuboid, omit for all other geometry types.
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