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.. _10-2a:
COVLIB Appendix A: Cross section plots for U, Pu, TH, B, H, He, and Gd Nuclides
===============================================================================
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Plots of cross section differences between various evaluations are shown
below. The legend below applies to all plots shown in this appendix.
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......@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ Appreciation is expressed to C. V. Parks and S. M. Bowman for their guidance i
Special appreciation is expressed to S. J. Poarch and S. Y. Walker for their efforts in formatting this document.
.. _CSAS5-intro:
.. _2-1:
Introduction
------------
......@@ -763,14 +763,14 @@ unit cells match the geometry data of the units in the array. This data
may be overridden in the MORE section of the search data. For a
DIMENSION search, if the user wishes to tie a unit to unit cell this
must be explicitly done in the MORE section of the search data. Several
examples of search problems are provided in :ref:`CSAS5-intro`.
examples of search problems are provided in :ref:`2-1`.
A CONCENTRATION search requires the user to specify the mixture,
standard composition name, and the search constant for the component
being altered. For a CONCENTRATION search, the program automatically
assigns the material being changed to a unit cell. This data may be
overridden in the MORE section of the search data. Several examples of
search problems are provided in :ref:`CSAS5-intro`.
search problems are provided in :ref:`2-1.
The data comprising the auxiliary search commands are listed in
:numref:`tab2-4`. All data except items 1a, 1b, and 1c are keyworded (i.e.,
......@@ -907,7 +907,7 @@ The default value of the search constant is 0.0.
11 SCNAME=
Search constant for the standard composition name. This parameter is the standard composition name associated with
the material that is to be changed during the search. Only compositions listed in the
*Standard Composition Library* section of the Standard Composition Library chapter are allowed (SECTIONREFERENCE).
*Standard Composition Library* section of the Standard Composition Library chapter are allowed (:numref:`7-2`).
Standard compositions beginning with SOLN cannot be altered directly.
.. Note::
......@@ -929,6 +929,7 @@ The default value of the search constant is 0.0.
.. _tab2-4:
.. table:: Outline of auxiliary search commands and constraints
:align: center
:class: longtable
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| **Entry** | **Keyword** | **Type of | **Comments** |
......@@ -1062,119 +1063,106 @@ The default value of the search constant is 0.0.
| | | | region in a |
| | | | unit. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| Table 2.1.4. | | | |
| Outline of | | | |
| auxiliary | | | |
| search commands | | | |
| and constraints | | | |
| (continued) | | | |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| **Entry** | **Keyword** | **Type of | **Comments** |
| | | data** | |
| **no.** | **name** | | |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 9 | ALL= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for all | for the search |
| | | surfaces | constants for |
| | | (faces) of the | the specified |
| | | region(s) | regions. |
| | | | This value will |
| | | | be applied to |
| | | | all surfaces of |
| | | | the region(s). |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 9a | +X= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for +X face of | for the search |
| | | cuboid | constant for |
| | | | the +X face |
| | | | of a cuboid. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | −X= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for −X face of | for the search |
| | | cuboid | constant for |
| | | | the −X face |
| | | | of a cuboid. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | +Y= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for +Y face of | for the search |
| | | cuboid | constant for |
| | | | the +Y face |
| | | | of a cuboid. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | −Y= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for −Y face of | for the search |
| | | cuboid | constant for |
| | | | the −Y face |
| | | | of a cuboid. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | +Z= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for +Z face of | for the search |
| | | cuboid | constant for |
| | | | the +Z face |
| | | | of a cuboid. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | −Z= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for −Z face of | for the search |
| | | cuboid | constant for |
| | | | the −Z face |
| | | | of a cuboid. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 9b | RADIUS= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for radius | for the search |
| | | | constant for |
| | | | the radius |
| | | | of a sphere or |
| | | | a cylinder. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 9c | +HEIGHT= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for +height | for the search |
| | | | constant for |
| | | | the +height |
| | | | of a cylinder. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | −HEIGHT= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for −height | for the search |
| | | | constant for |
| | | | the −height |
| | | | of a cylinder. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 9d | CHORD= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for chord | for the search |
| | | | constant for |
| | | | the chord face |
| | | | of a hemisphere |
| | | | or |
| | | | hemicylinder. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| CONCENTRATION | | | |
| SEARCH DATA — | | | |
| Defines | | | |
| concentration | | | |
| changes — | | | |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 10 | MIX= | Search constant | Enter the |
| | | for mixture | mixture number |
| | | | containing the |
| | | | standard |
| | | | composition to |
| | | | be changed. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 11 | SCNAME= | Search constant | Enter the |
| | | for Standard | standard |
| | | Composition | composition |
| | | | name whose |
| | | | density is to |
| | | | be changed. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 12 | FACTOR= | Search | Enter the value |
| | | proportionality | of the search |
| | | constant | constant for |
| | | | the |
| | | | concentration |
| | | | search. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 9 | ALL= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for all | for the search |
| | | surfaces | constants for |
| | | (faces) of the | the specified |
| | | region(s) | regions. |
| | | | This value will |
| | | | be applied to |
| | | | all surfaces of |
| | | | the region(s). |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 9a | +X= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for +X face of | for the search |
| | | cuboid | constant for |
| | | | the +X face |
| | | | of a cuboid. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | −X= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for −X face of | for the search |
| | | cuboid | constant for |
| | | | the −X face |
| | | | of a cuboid. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | +Y= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for +Y face of | for the search |
| | | cuboid | constant for |
| | | | the +Y face |
| | | | of a cuboid. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | −Y= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for −Y face of | for the search |
| | | cuboid | constant for |
| | | | the −Y face |
| | | | of a cuboid. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | +Z= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for +Z face of | for the search |
| | | cuboid | constant for |
| | | | the +Z face |
| | | | of a cuboid. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | −Z= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for −Z face of | for the search |
| | | cuboid | constant for |
| | | | the −Z face |
| | | | of a cuboid. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 9b | RADIUS= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for radius | for the search |
| | | | constant for |
| | | | the radius |
| | | | of a sphere or |
| | | | a cylinder. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 9c | +HEIGHT= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for +height | for the search |
| | | | constant for |
| | | | the +height |
| | | | of a cylinder. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| | −HEIGHT= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for −height | for the search |
| | | | constant for |
| | | | the −height |
| | | | of a cylinder. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 9d | CHORD= | Search constant | Enter a value |
| | | for chord | for the search |
| | | | constant for |
| | | | the chord face |
| | | | of a hemisphere |
| | | | or |
| | | | hemicylinder. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| CONCENTRATION | | | |
| SEARCH DATA — | | | |
| Defines | | | |
| concentration | | | |
| changes — | | | |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 10 | MIX= | Search constant | Enter the |
| | | for mixture | mixture number |
| | | | containing the |
| | | | standard |
| | | | composition to |
| | | | be changed. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 11 | SCNAME= | Search constant | Enter the |
| | | for Standard | standard |
| | | Composition | composition |
| | | | name whose |
| | | | density is to |
| | | | be changed. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| 12 | FACTOR= | Search | Enter the value |
| | | proportionality | of the search |
| | | constant | constant for |
| | | | the |
| | | | concentration |
| | | | search. |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
Example problems
----------------
......@@ -1184,16 +1172,16 @@ associated sequences. A brief problem description and the associated input data
calculation are included for each problem. The same sample problems may be executed in the continuous
energy mode by changing the library name from “v7-238” to “ce_v7”. The sample problems can also be
executed with the multigroup or continuous energy libraries based on ENDF/B-VII.1. The complete list
of libraries distributed with SCALE is provided in the Nuclear Data Libraries (SECTIONREFERENCE) section of the SCALE manual.
of libraries distributed with SCALE is provided in the Nuclear Data Libraries (:numref:`10-0`) section of the SCALE manual.
Note that sample problems 3, 7, and 8 do not run in the continuous energy mode because they use CELLMIX or
DOUBLEHET cell type. See Appendix A (CSAS5App) for additional and historical examples.
DOUBLEHET cell type. See Appendix A (:numref:`CSAS5App`) for additional and historical examples.
Sample problem 1: *k*\ :sub:`eff` calculation
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The purpose of this problem is to calculate the k-effective of a
system. This problem is the same as the KENO V.a sample problem 12 in
Appendix B (SECTIONREFERENCE) except the cross-section library and KENO V.a mixing table
Appendix B except the cross-section library and KENO V.a mixing table
are prepared by CSAS. The problem represents a critical experiment
consisting of a composite array :cite:`thomas_critical_1973,thomas_critical_1964` of four
highly-enriched (93.2%) uranium metal cylinders having a density of
......@@ -1702,13 +1690,17 @@ first message.
The following messages originate in the part of CSAS5 that reads,
checks, and prepares data for KENO V.a and the search module MODIFY.
CS-10 \**\* ERROR \**\* CONCENTRATION SEARCH MATERIAL WAS NOT SPECIFIED IN THE STANDARD COMPOSITION.
CS-10 \**\* ERROR \**\* CONCENTRATION SEARCH MATERIAL
WAS NOT SPECIFIED IN THE STANDARD COMPOSITION.
This self-explanatory message from subroutine CNCN indicates that the
indicated material is not in the standard composition data. Recheck the
standard composition data and the search data, correct the input, and
resubmit the problem.
CS-11 \**\* ERROR \**\* CONCENTRATION SEARCH DATA HAS BEEN DESTROYED. I= ______ ICMND= ______ IPNUM= ______ MIXUR= ______ SCNAME= ______
CS-11 \**\* ERROR \**\* CONCENTRATION SEARCH DATA HAS BEEN DESTROYED.
I= ______ ICMND= ______ IPNUM= ______ MIXUR= ______ SCNAME= ______
This message from subroutine CNCSRH indicates that the search data could
not be read properly. This usually indicates either: search data that is
required for the specified search type is missing or search data
......@@ -1716,6 +1708,7 @@ CS-11 \**\* ERROR \**\* CONCENTRATION SEARCH DATA HAS BEEN DESTROYED. I= ______
search data, correct the input, and resubmit the problem.
CS-16 \**\*WARNING\**\* READ FLAG NOT FOUND. ASSUME KENO V PARAMETER DATA FOLLOWS.
This message from subroutine CPARAM indicates that the word READ is not
the first word of KENO V.a data following the Material Information
Processor input data. If parameter data is to be entered, the code
......@@ -1723,21 +1716,30 @@ CS-16 \**\*WARNING\**\* READ FLAG NOT FOUND. ASSUME KENO V PARAMETER DATA FOLLO
If the word READ is not the first word, the code assumes the data are
parameter input data.
CS-21 A UNIT NUMBER WAS ENTERED FOR THE CROSS-SECTION LIBRARY. (LIB= IN PARAMETER DATA.) THE DEFAULT VALUE SHOULD BE USED IN ORDER TO UTILIZE THE CROSS SECTIONS GENERATED BY CSAS5. MAKE CERTAIN THE CORRECT CROSS-SECTION LIBRARY IS BEING USED.
CS-21 A UNIT NUMBER WAS ENTERED FOR THE CROSS-SECTION LIBRARY.
(LIB= IN PARAMETER DATA.) THE DEFAULT VALUE SHOULD BE USED IN ORDER TO
UTILIZE THE CROSS SECTIONS GENERATED BY CSAS5. MAKE CERTAIN THE CORRECT
CROSS-SECTION LIBRARY IS BEING USED.
This message is from subroutine CPARAM. It indicates that a value has
been entered for the cross-section library in the KENO V.a parameter
data. The cross-section library created by the analytical sequence
should be used. MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE CORRECT CROSS SECTIONS ARE BEING
USED.
CS-50 \**\* ERROR \**\* SEARCH COMMAND NUMBER ______ IS UNABLE TO PERFORM A PITCH SEARCH BECAUSE THE DIMENSIONS OF REGION ______ OF UNIT ______ ARE NOT EXPLICITLY DEFINED.
CS-50 \**\* ERROR \**\* SEARCH COMMAND NUMBER ______ IS
UNABLE TO PERFORM A PITCH SEARCH BECAUSE THE DIMENSIONS OF
REGION ______ OF UNIT ______ ARE NOT EXPLICITLY DEFINED.
This message from subroutine PCHSRH indicates that the specified search
command is not valid for the specified region. An ARRAY or CORE region
cannot be altered; nor can a REPLICATE or REFLECTOR region immediately
following an ARRAY or CORE region.
CS-55 \**\* ERRORS WERE ENCOUNTERED IN PROCESSING THE CSAS-KENO5 DATA. EXECUTION IS IMPOSSIBLE. \**\*
CS-55 \**\* ERRORS WERE ENCOUNTERED IN PROCESSING THE CSAS-KENO5 DATA.
EXECUTION IS IMPOSSIBLE. \**\*
This message from subroutine SASSY is printed if errors were found in
the KENO V.a input data for CSAS5. If a search is being made, data
reading will continue until all the data have been entered or a fatal
......@@ -1745,12 +1747,16 @@ CS-55 \**\* ERRORS WERE ENCOUNTERED IN PROCESSING THE CSAS-KENO5 DATA. EXECUTIO
have been completed, the problem will terminate without executing. Check
the printout to locate the errors responsible for this message.
CS-62 \**\* ERROR \**\* MIXTURE ______ IN THE GEOMETRY WAS NOT CREATED IN THE STANDARD COMPOSITIONS SPECIFICATION DATA.
CS-62 \**\* ERROR \**\* MIXTURE ______ IN THE GEOMETRY
WAS NOT CREATED IN THE STANDARD COMPOSITIONS SPECIFICATION DATA.
This message from subroutine MIXCHK indicates that a mixture specified
in the KENO V.a geometry was not created in the standard composition
data.
CS-68 \**\* ERROR \**\* AN INPUT DATA ERROR HAS BEEN ENCOUNTERED IN THE ______ DATA ENTERED FOR THIS PROBLEM.
CS-68 \**\* ERROR \**\* AN INPUT DATA ERROR HAS BEEN ENCOUNTERED
IN THE ______ DATA ENTERED FOR THIS PROBLEM.
This message from the main program, CSAS5, is printed if the subroutine
library routine LRDERR returns a value of “TRUE,” indicating that a
reading error has been encountered in the “KENO PARAMETER” data or the
......@@ -1759,58 +1765,73 @@ CS-68 \**\* ERROR \**\* AN INPUT DATA ERROR HAS BEEN ENCOUNTERED IN THE ______ D
CARD IMAGE PRINTED ON NEXT LINE \*****.” Correct the data and resubmit
the problem.
CS-69 \**\*ERROR\**\* MIXTURE ______ IS AN INAPPROPRIATE MIXTURE NUMBER FOR USE IN THE KENO GEOMETRY DATA BECAUSE IT IS A COMPONENT OF THE CELL-WEIGHTED MIXTURE CREATED BY XSDRNPM.
CS-69 \**\*ERROR\**\* MIXTURE ______ IS AN INAPPROPRIATE MIXTURE NUMBER
FOR USE IN THE KENO GEOMETRY DATA BECAUSE IT IS A COMPONENT OF THE
CELL-WEIGHTED MIXTURE CREATED BY XSDRNPM.
This message from subroutine CMXCHK indicates that a mixture that is a
component of a cell-weighted mixture has been used in the KENO V.a
geometry data.
CS-70 \**\*** ERROR \**\*** SEARCH OR OPTIMIZATION DATA MUST BE ENTERED FOR CSAS5. NO SEARCH DATA WAS ENTERED.
CS-70 \**\*** ERROR \**\*** SEARCH OR OPTIMIZATION DATA MUST BE ENTERED FOR CSAS5.
NO SEARCH DATA WAS ENTERED.
This message from subroutine RDOPT is self-explanatory. If the user does
not desire to run a search, another sequence such as CSAS5 should be
chosen.
CS-71 \**\* ERROR \**\* ______ IS NOT A VALID SEARCH TYPE.
This message is from subroutine RDOPT. The allowed search types include
PITCH, DIMENSION, and CONCENTRATION. The first four characters of the
search data after the words READ SEARCH must be PIT, PITC, DIM, DIME,
DMSN, CON, or CONC. The data may be misspelled or out of order.
CS-72 \**\* ERROR \**\* THE SEARCH TYPE IS INVALID. I= ______.
This message is from subroutine RDOPT. The numerical index, I, should be
1 for an optimum pitch search, 2 for a dimension search, and 3 for a
concentration search. If it is none of these, the search type has been
incorrectly specified or a code error has been introduced.
CS-73 \**\*** AN END OF FILE WAS ENCOUNTERED BEFORE ALL THE SEARCH DATA WAS READ.
This self-explanatory message is from subroutine RDOPT. Check the input
data to be sure nothing was omitted or misspelled.
CS-74 \**\*** AN END SEARCH FLAG WAS READ BEFORE ALL THE SEARCH DATA WAS READ.
This self-explanatory message is from subroutine RDOPT. Check the input
data for omissions and correct order.
CS-75 \**\* ERROR \**\* READ SEARCH FLAG WAS NOT FOUND. ______ WAS READ INSTEAD.
This self-explanatory message is from subroutine RDOPT. READ SEARCH was
expected but was not found. Check the input data for omissions and
correct order.
CS-76 \**\* ERROR \**\* END SEARCH FLAG WAS NOT FOUND. ______ WAS READ INSTEAD.
This self-explanatory message from subroutine RDOPT indicates that an
end of file was encountered when looking for READ SEARCH. Check the
input data for omissions, correct order, and spelling.
CS-77 \**\* ERROR \**\* AN END OF FILE WAS FOUND WHEN THE READ SEARCH FLAG WAS EXPECTED.
This self-explanatory message is from subroutine RDOPT. Check the input
data for omissions, correct order, and spelling.
CS-78 \**\* ERROR \**\* ______ IS NOT A VALID SEARCH TYPE.
This message is from subroutines SRCHTYP. It indicates that an invalid
search type was read. The valid search names include PITCH,
CONCENTRATION, and DIMENSION. Either the data was entered improperly or
a code error has been introduced. A STOP 215 is executed when this
message is printed.
CS-80 \**\* ERROR \**\* SEARCH DATA HAS BEEN DESTROYED. I= ______ ICMND= ______ IPNUM= ______ II= ______ IGEOM= ______
CS-80 \**\* ERROR \**\* SEARCH DATA HAS BEEN DESTROYED.
I= ______ ICMND= ______ IPNUM= ______ II= ______ IGEOM= ______
This message from subroutines DIMSRH indicates that the search data
cannot be interpreted. This usually indicates either: search data that
is required for the specified search type is missing or search data
......@@ -1818,12 +1839,15 @@ CS-80 \**\* ERROR \**\* SEARCH DATA HAS BEEN DESTROYED. I= ______ ICMND= ______
search data, correct the input, and resubmit the problem.
CS-82 \**\* AN ERROR WAS ENCOUNTERED IN ONE OF THE FUNCTIONAL MODULES.
This message from CSAS5 or MODIFY indicates that an error was
encountered during execution of one of the functional modules such as
CRAWDAD, BONAMI, CENTRM, PMC, XSDRNPM, or KENO V.a. Check the printout
to locate and correct the error.
CS-83 \**\**\* NO FEASIBLE SOLUTION WAS FOUND IN THE SEARCH PACKAGE. EXECUTION IS TERMINATED.
CS-83 \**\**\* NO FEASIBLE SOLUTION WAS FOUND IN THE SEARCH PACKAGE.
EXECUTION IS TERMINATED.
This message comes from the MODIFY search package, and indicates that it
is unable to find a solution to the problem as presented. This usually
occurs when a solution is not within the range specified. For this case
......@@ -1838,7 +1862,9 @@ CS-83 \**\**\* NO FEASIBLE SOLUTION WAS FOUND IN THE SEARCH PACKAGE. EXECUTION I
user could rerun the problem using more histories per pass to reduce the
variance.
CS-85 \**\* ERROR \**\* ALL OF THE ROOTS FOR K=____\_ LIE OUTSIDE THE PARAMETER CONSTRAINTS
CS-85 \**\* ERROR \**\* ALL OF THE ROOTS FOR K=____\_ LIE
OUTSIDE THE PARAMETER CONSTRAINTS
This message from MODIFY indicates that the polynomial fit to the
Keffectives already calculated only has solutions for the Keffective
asked for outside the parameter constraints specified. Keffectives with
......@@ -1850,11 +1876,13 @@ CS-85 \**\* ERROR \**\* ALL OF THE ROOTS FOR K=____\_ LIE OUTSIDE THE PARAMETER
necessary.
CS-89 \**\* ERROR \**\* ______ IS AN INVALID DIMENSION SEARCH COMMAND.
This message from subroutine DMSN indicates that the dimension search
data are out of order, a search command is spelled incorrectly, or the
search data are specified incorrectly.
CS-90 \**\* ERROR \**\* ______ IS AN INVALID SEARCH PARAMETER.
This message printed from subroutines CNCTYP, DIMTYP, and PCHTYP
indicates that a parameter entered in the search type specification data
is not valid. The data could be misspelled or out of order. Omission of
......@@ -1862,55 +1890,80 @@ CS-90 \**\* ERROR \**\* ______ IS AN INVALID SEARCH PARAMETER.
cause this error.
CS-91 \**\* ERROR \**\* ______ IS AN INVALID CONCENTRATION SEARCH COMMAND.
This message from subroutine CNCN is caused by a misspelled or illegal
search command when attempting to do a concentration search.
CS-94 \**\* ERROR \**\* REG= ______ IS AN INVALID SEARCH DATA ENTRY. THE REGION NUMBER MUST BE GREATER THAN ZERO AND NO LARGER THAN THE NUMBER OF REGIONS IN THE UNIT.
CS-94 \**\* ERROR \**\* REG= ______ IS AN INVALID SEARCH DATA ENTRY.
THE REGION NUMBER MUST BE GREATER THAN ZERO AND NO LARGER THAN THE
NUMBER OF REGIONS IN THE UNIT.
This message from subroutine DMSN indicates that the region to be
altered is incorrectly specified. For example, if the unit being altered
contains five geometry regions, the value specified for REG= can be as
small as 1 and as large as 5.
CS-95 \**\* ERROR \**\* AN ERROR WAS ENCOUNTERED IN THE SEARCH DATA. THE LAST REGION NUMBER MUST BE AT LEAST AS LARGE AS THE FIRST REGION NUMBER. CHECK THE SEARCH DATA PRINTED BELOW. keyword UNIT ______ REGIONS ______ TO ______ PARAMETER= SEARCH CONSTANTS ARE ______ 
CS-95 \**\* ERROR \**\* AN ERROR WAS ENCOUNTERED IN THE SEARCH DATA.
THE LAST REGION NUMBER MUST BE AT LEAST AS LARGE AS THE FIRST REGION NUMBER.
CHECK THE SEARCH DATA PRINTED BELOW. keyword UNIT ______ REGIONS ______ TO ______
PARAMETER= SEARCH CONSTANTS ARE ______ 
This message from subroutine DMSN indicates that the search data
specified an invalid region number for the final region to be altered.
Check the printed data and correct as appropriate.
CS-96 \**\* ERROR \**\* AN ERROR WAS ENCOUNTERED IN THE SEARCH DATA. THE REGION NUMBERS MUST BE GREATER THAN ZERO AND NO LARGER THAN THE NUMBER OF REGIONS IN THE UNIT. CHECK THE SEARCH DATA PRINTED BELOW. keyword UNIT ______ REGIONS ______ TO ______ PARAMETER= ______ SEARCH CONSTANTS ARE ______  
CS-96 \**\* ERROR \**\* AN ERROR WAS ENCOUNTERED IN THE SEARCH DATA.
THE REGION NUMBERS MUST BE GREATER THAN ZERO AND NO LARGER THAN THE NUMBER OF
REGIONS IN THE UNIT. CHECK THE SEARCH DATA PRINTED BELOW. keyword
UNIT ______ REGIONS ______ TO ______ PARAMETER= ______ SEARCH CONSTANTS ARE ______  
This message from subroutine DMSN indicates that one of the specified
region numbers is incorrect. Check the printed data and correct as
appropriate.
CS-97 \**\* ERROR \**\* NO VALID SEARCH COMMANDS WERE FOUND IN THE DATA.
This message is accompanied by a STOP 235 and is printed from
subroutines PCHSRH, CNCSRH, and DIMSRH. A common cause of this error is
the omission of the MORE command before the individual search commands
are entered.
CS-99 \**\* ERROR \**\* THIS PROBLEM WILL NOT BE RUN BECAUSE PARM=CHECK WAS ENTERED IN THE ANALYTICAL SEQUENCE SPECIFICATION.
CS-99 \**\* ERROR \**\* THIS PROBLEM WILL NOT BE RUN BECAUSE PARM=CHECK
WAS ENTERED IN THE ANALYTICAL SEQUENCE SPECIFICATION.
This message from subroutine CSAS5 indicates that the problem data were
read and checked and no errors were found. To execute the problem,
remove the PARM=CHECK or PARM=CHK from the analytical sequence indicator
data entry.
CS-100 \**\* ERROR \**\* THIS PROBLEM WILL NOT BE RUN BECAUSE ERRORS WERE ENCOUNTERED IN THE INPUT DATA.
CS-100 \**\* ERROR \**\* THIS PROBLEM WILL NOT BE RUN BECAUSE ERRORS WERE
ENCOUNTERED IN THE INPUT DATA.
This message from subroutine CSAS5 is self-explanatory. Examine the
printout to locate the error or errors in the input data. Correct them
and resubmit the problem.
CS-101 \**\* ERROR *** THE CONSTRAINTS ARE NOT VALID FOR PARAMETER SET. −CON= ______ +CON= ______
CS-101 \**\* ERROR *** THE CONSTRAINTS ARE NOT VALID FOR PARAMETER SET.
−CON= ______ +CON= ______
This message is printed from either subroutine CNCN or DMSN if the
parameter set is invalid. For a parameter set to be valid, −CON must be
less than 0.0 and +CON must be greater than 0.0. They can be explicitly
set or calculated using default or provided data.
CS-102 \**\* ERROR \**\* THE UNIT CELL SPECIFICATION FOR UNIT ______ IS OUT OF BOUNDS. CELL NUMBER ______ WAS SPECIFIED. THE SPECIFIED CELL MUST BE BETWEEN 1 AND THE NUMBER OF CELLS ______.
CS-102 \**\* ERROR \**\* THE UNIT CELL SPECIFICATION FOR UNIT ______
IS OUT OF BOUNDS. CELL NUMBER ______ WAS SPECIFIED. THE SPECIFIED CELL
MUST BE BETWEEN 1 AND THE NUMBER OF CELLS ______.
This self-explanatory message from subroutine DMSN indicates that the
unit cell specified is not between 1 and the number of unit cells
present in the problem. Recheck the unit cell number specified in the
search data, correct the input, and resubmit the problem.
CS-103 \**\* ERROR \**\* THE UNIT CELL SPECIFICATION FOR MIXTURE ______ IS OUT OF BOUNDS. CELL NUMBER ______ WAS SPECIFIED. THE SPECIFIED CELL MUST BE BETWEEN 1 AND THE NUMBER OF UNIT CELLS ______ .
CS-103 \**\* ERROR \**\* THE UNIT CELL SPECIFICATION FOR MIXTURE ______
IS OUT OF BOUNDS. CELL NUMBER ______ WAS SPECIFIED. THE SPECIFIED CELL MUST
BE BETWEEN 1 AND THE NUMBER OF UNIT CELLS ______ .
This self-explanatory message from subroutine CNCN indicates that the
unit cell specified for the indicated mixture is not between 1 and the
number of unit cells present in the problem. Recheck the unit cell
......
.. _CSAS5App:
Additional Example Applications of CSAS5
========================================
APPENDIX A: Additional Example Applications of CSAS5
----------------------------------------------------
Several example uses of CSAS5 are shown in this section for a variety of
applications. Note that many of these examples have been provided since
......@@ -228,11 +228,11 @@ Where
C\ :sub:`max` is the maximum constraint for the search
| D\ :sub:`min` is the minimum allowed dimension for the search [For
a chord, D\ :sub:`min` = (Radius:sub:`min` +
a chord, D\ :sub:`min` = (Radius\ :sub:`min` +
| Chord\ :sub:`min` )/ 2 Radius ] min
| D\ :sub:`max` is the maximum allowed dimension for the search [For
a chord, D\ :sub:`max` = (Radius:sub:`max` +
a chord, D\ :sub:`max` = (Radius\ :sub:`max` +
| Chord\ :sub:`max` )/ 2 Radius\ :sub:`max`]
D\ :sub:`i` is the initial dimension [For a chord, D\ :sub:`i` =
......
.. _CSAS6App:
Additional Example Applications of CSAS6
========================================
----------------------------------------
Several example uses of CSAS6 are shown in this section for a variety of applications.
......
Criticality Safety Overview
===========================
.. _2-0:
******************
Criticality Safety
******************
**Introduction by B. T. Rearden**
......@@ -139,3 +142,21 @@ detector response at one location or to calculate multiple
responses/locations with roughly the same relative uncertainty.
.. bibliography:: bibs/CriticalitySafety.bib
.. include:: CSAS5.rst
.. include:: CSAS5App.rst
.. include:: CSAS6.rst
.. include:: CSAS6App.rst
.. include:: STARBUCS.rst
.. include:: Sourcerer.rst
.. include:: DEVC.rst
.. include:: KMART.rst
.. include:: K5toK6.rst