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.. _10-2a: .. _10-2a:
COVLIB Appendix A: Cross section plots for U, Pu, TH, B, H, He, and Gd Nuclides 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 Plots of cross section differences between various evaluations are shown
below. The legend below applies to all plots shown in this appendix. below. The legend below applies to all plots shown in this appendix.
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.. _CSAS5App: .. _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 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 applications. Note that many of these examples have been provided since
...@@ -228,11 +228,11 @@ Where ...@@ -228,11 +228,11 @@ Where
C\ :sub:`max` is the maximum constraint for the search C\ :sub:`max` is the maximum constraint for the search
| D\ :sub:`min` is the minimum allowed dimension for the search [For | 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 | Chord\ :sub:`min` )/ 2 Radius ] min
| D\ :sub:`max` is the maximum allowed dimension for the search [For | 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`] | Chord\ :sub:`max` )/ 2 Radius\ :sub:`max`]
D\ :sub:`i` is the initial dimension [For a chord, D\ :sub:`i` = D\ :sub:`i` is the initial dimension [For a chord, D\ :sub:`i` =
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.. _CSAS6App: .. _CSAS6App:
Additional Example Applications of CSAS6 Additional Example Applications of CSAS6
======================================== ----------------------------------------
Several example uses of CSAS6 are shown in this section for a variety of applications. Several example uses of CSAS6 are shown in this section for a variety of applications.
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Criticality Safety Overview .. _2-0:
===========================
******************
Criticality Safety
******************
**Introduction by B. T. Rearden** **Introduction by B. T. Rearden**
...@@ -139,3 +142,21 @@ detector response at one location or to calculate multiple ...@@ -139,3 +142,21 @@ detector response at one location or to calculate multiple
responses/locations with roughly the same relative uncertainty. responses/locations with roughly the same relative uncertainty.
.. bibliography:: bibs/CriticalitySafety.bib .. 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
.. _DEVC: .. _2-4A:
DEVC: Denovo EigenValue Calculation DEVC: Denovo EigenValue Calculation
=================================== -----------------------------------
*Douglas E. Peplow and Cihangir Celik* *Douglas E. Peplow and Cihangir Celik*
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.. _5-0: .. _5-0:
Depletion, Activation, and Spent Fuel Source Terms Overview **************************************************
=========================================================== Depletion, Activation, and Spent Fuel Source Terms
**************************************************
*Introduction by W. A. Wieselquist* *Introduction by W. A. Wieselquist*
...@@ -104,3 +105,13 @@ interface to characterize the fuel inventory for an entire reactor site and ...@@ -104,3 +105,13 @@ interface to characterize the fuel inventory for an entire reactor site and
generate data needed for severe accident analysis. ORIGAMI Automator is not generate data needed for severe accident analysis. ORIGAMI Automator is not
documented in this chapter, but a primer is available with step by step documented in this chapter, but a primer is available with step by step
instructions on its use. instructions on its use.
.. include:: ORIGEN.rst
.. include:: ORIGEN-Data.rst
.. include:: ORIGAMI.rst
.. include:: SLIG.rst
.. include:: Origenutil.rst
.. _9-0:
********************************
Deterministic Transport Overview Deterministic Transport Overview
================================ ********************************
*Introduction by S. M. Bowman* *Introduction by S. M. Bowman*
...@@ -16,8 +19,8 @@ CSAS and Sourcerer for criticality safety, TRITON for 1D and 2D ...@@ -16,8 +19,8 @@ CSAS and Sourcerer for criticality safety, TRITON for 1D and 2D
depletion, TSUNAMI‑1D and TSUNAMI-2D for sensitivity and uncertainty depletion, TSUNAMI‑1D and TSUNAMI-2D for sensitivity and uncertainty
analysis, and MAVRIC for 3D fixed source hybrid Monte Carlo analysis. analysis, and MAVRIC for 3D fixed source hybrid Monte Carlo analysis.
XSDRN .. centered:: XSDRN
-----
XSDRN is a multigroup discrete-ordinates code that solves the 1D XSDRN is a multigroup discrete-ordinates code that solves the 1D
Boltzmann equation in slab, cylindrical, or spherical coordinates. Boltzmann equation in slab, cylindrical, or spherical coordinates.
...@@ -28,8 +31,8 @@ XSDRN is used for several purposes: eigenvalue (*k*\ :sub:`eff`) determination; ...@@ -28,8 +31,8 @@ XSDRN is used for several purposes: eigenvalue (*k*\ :sub:`eff`) determination;
cross section collapsing; and computation of fundamental-mode or cross section collapsing; and computation of fundamental-mode or
generalized adjoint functions for sensitivity analysis. generalized adjoint functions for sensitivity analysis.
NEWT .. centered:: NEWT
----
NEWT (New ESC-based Weighting Transport code) is a multigroup NEWT (New ESC-based Weighting Transport code) is a multigroup
discrete-ordinates radiation transport computer code with flexible discrete-ordinates radiation transport computer code with flexible
...@@ -62,8 +65,8 @@ used to compute the adjoint flux solution to generate sensitivity ...@@ -62,8 +65,8 @@ used to compute the adjoint flux solution to generate sensitivity
coefficients for *k\ eff* and other responses of interest with respect coefficients for *k\ eff* and other responses of interest with respect
to the cross sections used in the NEWT model. to the cross sections used in the NEWT model.
DENOVO .. centered:: DENOVO
------
Denovo [1]_ is a parallel 3D discrete-ordinates code available in SCALE Denovo [1]_ is a parallel 3D discrete-ordinates code available in SCALE
as part of two control module sequences for different applications, as as part of two control module sequences for different applications, as
...@@ -107,10 +110,18 @@ similar to a CSAS6 input file that contains an extra block of input for ...@@ -107,10 +110,18 @@ similar to a CSAS6 input file that contains an extra block of input for
describing the Denovo mesh grid and calculational parameters. See the describing the Denovo mesh grid and calculational parameters. See the
Sourcerer chapter for details. Sourcerer chapter for details.
Reference .. centered:: Reference
---------
.. [1] .. [1]
T. M. Evans, A. S. Stafford, R. N. Slaybaugh, and K. T. Clarno, T. M. Evans, A. S. Stafford, R. N. Slaybaugh, and K. T. Clarno,
“Denovo: A New Three-Dimensional Parallel Discrete Ordinates Code in “Denovo: A New Three-Dimensional Parallel Discrete Ordinates Code in
SCALE,” *Nuclear Technology* **171**, 171–200 (2010). SCALE,” *Nuclear Technology* **171**, 171–200 (2010).
.. include:: XSD.rst
.. include:: XSDAppAB.rst
.. include:: NEWT.rst
.. include:: DENOVO.rst
.. _2-6:
K5toK6 and C5toC6: Input File Conversion Programs for KENO and CSAS
===================================================================
Introduction
------------
Program K5TOK6 can be used to automatically convert a KENO V.a input
file to a KENO-VI input file. Program C5TOC6 can be used to
automatically convert a CSAS5 input file to a CSAS6 input file. This
functionality can be useful when converting a KENO V.a validation
sequence to a KENO-VI validation sequence. It removes the problem of
introducing a mistake or inadvertently changing the data when remodeling
a geometry to the KENO-VI format. For some cases, however, the converted
model may be a very inefficient KENO-VI model.
Description and Input Guide
---------------------------
Program K5TOK6 is a utility program that can be used to automatically
convert a KENO V.a input file to a KENO-VI input file. Program C5TOC6 is
a utility program that can be used to automatically convert a CSAS5
input file to a CSAS6 input file. For program K5TOK6, the =KENOVA
record in the input stream is replaced by =K5TOK6. The output file is
then named \_geom\ *nnnnnnn* where *nnnnnnn* is a unique 7-digit number.
This allows a string of KENO V.a problems to be converted in one job.
For program C5TOC6 the =CSAS\ *BB*\ record in the input stream (where
the *BB* is 5, 25, or 2x) is replaced by =C5TOC6 PARM=CSAS5. The
output file is named \_geom\ *nnnnnnn* where *nnnnnnn* is a unique
7digit number.
For large problems, the output file may need to be edited to specify an
increased value for parameter *NB8* in KENO-VI and also an increased
value for parameter *DAB* in CSAS6. **The conversion makes no attempt to
optimize the output file, so it almost surely will be inefficient in its
use of storage, and in its use of bodies. This can lead to models that
are very inefficient in their running time also.**
The input/output (I/O) units for K6TOK6 and C5TOC6 are given below. Note
that K5TOK6 requires the cross-section library designated by the LIB=
parameter in the KENO V.a input file.
+-------------+---------------------------------------------+
| Unit Number | Function |
+-------------+---------------------------------------------+
| 5 | KENO V.a (or CSAS5) input file |
| | |
| 6 | Output |
| | |
| 7 | Input file generated for KENO-VI (or CSAS6) |
+-------------+---------------------------------------------+
Sample K5TOK6 input file is shown in :numref:`list2-6-1` and the
corresponding converted KENO-VI input file is shown in :numref:`list2-6-2`.
Likewise, a C5TOC6 sample input file and corresponding converted CSAS6
input file are shown in :numref:`list2-6-3` and :numref:`list2-6-4`, respectively.
.. code-block:: scale
:name: list2-6-1
:caption: Sample K5TOK6 problem.
=k5tok6
93.2% uo2f2 h/u-235=337
read param npg=600 fdn=yes nub=yes lib=4 end param
read geom
cuboid 1 1 2p3.81 2p60.325 25.50 0
reflector 2 1 4r.318 0 .318 1
cuboid 0 1 2p4.128 2p65. 150. -1.
core 0 1 -12.384 -65. -29.
cylinder 0 1 142.8 212. -60.
cylinder 3 1 144.8 212. -62.
cuboid 0 1 275.5 -638.9 475. -744.2 588. -62.
reflector 4 1 5r0 .32 1
reflector 5 1 5r0 1.27 1
reflector 3 1 5r0 .64 1
reflector 0 1 5r0 365 1
reflector 6 2 6r5 6
reflector 6 8 0 5 4r0 6
end geom
read bias id=301 2 13 end bias
read array nux=3 nuy=1 nuz=1 end array
end data
end
.. code-block:: scale
:name: list2-6-2
:caption: Sample converted KENO-VI input file.
=kenovi
93.2% uo2f2 h/u-235=337
read param npg=600 fdn=yes nub=yes lib=4 end param
read geometry
unit 1
cuboid 1
3.810000E+00 -3.810000E+00 6.032500E+01
-6.032500E+01 2.550000E+01 0.000000E+00
media 1 1 1
vol= 7.033051E+04
cuboid 2
4.128000E+00 -4.128000E+00 6.064300E+01
-6.064300E+01 2.550000E+01 -3.180000E-01
media 2 1 2 -1
vol= 7.227070E+03
cuboid 3
4.128000E+00 -4.128000E+00 6.500000E+01
-6.500000E+01 1.500000E+02 -1.000000E+00
media 0 1 3 -2 -1
vol= 4.086382E+05
boundary 3
global
unit 2
cuboid 1
1.238400E+01 -1.238400E+01 6.500000E+01
-6.500000E+01 1.220000E+02 -2.900000E+01
array 1 1
place 1 1 1 -1.23840E+01 -6.50000E+01 -2.90000E+01
cylinder 2
1.428000E+02 2.120000E+02 -6.000000E+01
origin x= 0.000000E+00 y= 0.000000E+00
media 0 1 2 -1
vol= 1.693890E+07
cylinder 3
1.448000E+02 2.120000E+02 -6.200000E+01
origin x= 0.000000E+00 y= 0.000000E+00
media 3 1 3 -2 -1
vol= 6.232560E+05
cuboid 4
2.755000E+02 -6.389000E+02 4.750000E+02
-7.442000E+02 5.880000E+02 -6.200000E+01
media 0 1 4 -3 -2 -1
vol= 7.065953E+08
cuboid 5
2.755000E+02 -6.389000E+02 4.750000E+02
-7.442000E+02 5.880000E+02 -6.232000E+01
media 4 1 5 -4 -3 -2 -1
vol= 3.568000E+05
cuboid 6
2.755000E+02 -6.389000E+02 4.750000E+02
-7.442000E+02 5.880000E+02 -6.359000E+01
media 5 1 6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1
vol= 1.415808E+06
cuboid 7
2.755000E+02 -6.389000E+02 4.750000E+02
-7.442000E+02 5.880000E+02 -6.423000E+01
media 3 1 7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1
vol= 7.134720E+05
cuboid 8
2.755000E+02 -6.389000E+02 4.750000E+02
-7.442000E+02 5.880000E+02 -4.292300E+02
media 0 1 8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1
vol= 4.069153E+08
cuboid 9
2.805000E+02 -6.439000E+02 4.800000E+02
-7.492000E+02 5.930000E+02 -4.342300E+02
media 6 2 9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1
vol= 3.316813E+07
cuboid 10
2.855000E+02 -6.489000E+02 4.850000E+02
-7.542000E+02 5.980000E+02 -4.392300E+02
media 6 3 10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1
vol= 3.380429E+07
cuboid 11
2.905000E+02 -6.539000E+02 4.900000E+02
-7.592000E+02 6.030000E+02 -4.442300E+02
media 6 4 11 -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1
vol= 3.444634E+07
cuboid 12
2.955000E+02 -6.589000E+02 4.950000E+02
-7.642000E+02 6.080000E+02 -4.492300E+02
media 6 5 12 -11 -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1
vol= 3.509453E+07
cuboid 13 3.005000E+02 -6.639000E+02 5.000000E+02
-7.692000E+02 6.130000E+02 -4.542300E+02
media 6 6 13 -12 -11 -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1
vol= 3.574874E+07
cuboid 14
3.055000E+02 -6.689000E+02 5.050000E+02
-7.742000E+02 6.180000E+02 -4.592300E+02
media 6 7 14 -13 -12 -11 -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2
-1
vol= 3.640896E+07
cuboid 15
3.055000E+02 -6.739000E+02 5.050000E+02
-7.742000E+02 6.180000E+02 -4.592300E+02
media 6 8 15 -14 -13 -12 -11 -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3
-2 -1
vol= 6.889984E+06
cuboid 16
3.055000E+02 -6.789000E+02 5.050000E+02
-7.742000E+02 6.180000E+02 -4.592300E+02
media 6 9 16 -15 -14 -13 -12 -11 -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4
-3 -2 -1
vol= 6.889856E+06
cuboid 17
3.055000E+02 -6.839000E+02 5.050000E+02
-7.742000E+02 6.180000E+02 -4.592300E+02
media 6 10 17 -16 -15 -14 -13 -12 -11 -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5
-4 -3 -2 -1
vol= 6.889984E+06
cuboid 18
3.055000E+02 -6.889000E+02 5.050000E+02
-7.742000E+02 6.180000E+02 -4.592300E+02
media 6 11 18 -17 -16 -15 -14 -13 -12 -11 -10 -9 -8 -7 -6
-5 -4 -3 -2 -1
vol= 6.889984E+06
cuboid 19
3.055000E+02 -6.939000E+02 5.050000E+02
-7.742000E+02 6.180000E+02 -4.592300E+02
media 6 12 19 -18 -17 -16 -15 -14 -13 -12 -11 -10 -9 -8 -7
-6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1
vol= 6.889984E+06
cuboid 20
3.055000E+02 -6.989000E+02 5.050000E+02
-7.742000E+02 6.180000E+02 -4.592300E+02
media 6 13 20 -19 -18 -17 -16 -15 -14 -13 -12 -11 -10 -9 -8
-7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1
vol= 6.889984E+06
boundary 20
end geometry
read bias id=301 2 13 end bias
read array nux=3 nuy=1 nuz=1 end array
end data
end
.. code-block:: scale
:name: list2-6-3
:caption: Sample C5TOC6 problem.
=c5toc6 parm=csas5
sample problem 1 case 2c8 bare
v7-238
read composition
uranium 1 den=18.76 1 293 92235 93.2 92238 5.6 92234 1.0 92236 0.2 end
end composition
read parameters
flx=yes fdn=yes far=yes htm=no
end parameters
read geometry
unit 1
cylinder 1 1 5.748 5.3825 -5.3825
cuboid 0 1 6.87 -6.87 6.87 -6.87 6.505 -6.505
end geometry
read array
nux=2 nuy=2 nuz=2 fill f1 end fill
end array
end data
end
.. code-block:: scale
:name: list2-6-4
:caption: Sample converted CSAS6 output file.
=csas26
sample problem 1 case 2c8 bare
v7-238
read composition
uranium 1 den=18.76 1 293 92235 93.2 92238 5.6 92234 1.0 92236 0.2 end
end composition
read parameters
flx=yes fdn=yes far=yes htm=no
end parameters
read geometry
unit 1
cylinder 1
5.748000E+00 5.382500E+00 -5.382500E+00
origin x= 0.000000E+00 y= 0.000000E+00
media 1 1 1
vol= 8.938970E+03
cuboid 2
6.870000E+00 -6.870000E+00 6.870000E+00
-6.870000E+00 6.505000E+00 -6.505000E+00
media 0 1 2 -1
vol= 1.071004E+04
boundary 2
global unit 2
cuboid 1
2.748000E+01 0.000000E+00 2.748000E+01
0.000000E+00 2.602000E+01 0.000000E+00
array 1 1
place 1 1 1 6.87000E+00 6.87000E+00 6.50500E+00
boundary 1
end geometry
read array
nux=2 nuy=2 nuz=2 fill f1 end fill
end array
end data
end
.. _KMART: .. _2-5:
KMART5 and KMART6: Postprocessors for KENO V.A and KENO-VI KMART5 and KMART6: Postprocessors for KENO V.A and KENO-VI
========================================================== ==========================================================
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.. _8-1A: .. _8-1A:
Keno Appendix A: KENO V.a Shape Descriptions Keno Appendix A: KENO V.a Shape Descriptions
============================================ --------------------------------------------
The geometry **shape**\ s allowed in KENO V.a geometry description are: The geometry **shape**\ s allowed in KENO V.a geometry description are:
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.. _8-1B: .. _8-1B:
Keno Appendix B: KENO VI Shape Descriptions Keno Appendix B: KENO VI Shape Descriptions
=========================================== -------------------------------------------
The geometry **shape**\ s allowed in KENO-VI geometry description are: The geometry **shape**\ s allowed in KENO-VI geometry description are:
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.. _8-1C: .. _8-1C:
Keno Appendix C: Sample problems Keno Appendix C: Sample problems
================================ --------------------------------
This section contains sample problems to demonstrate some of the options This section contains sample problems to demonstrate some of the options
available in KENO in stand-alone mode. Because stand-alone KENO has no available in KENO in stand-alone mode. Because stand-alone KENO has no
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.. _7-0: .. _7-0:
Material Specification and Cross Section Processing Overview ***************************************************
============================================================ Material Specification and Cross Section Processing
***************************************************
*Introduction by M. L. Williams and B. T. Rearden* *Introduction by M. L. Williams and B. T. Rearden*
...@@ -205,4 +206,31 @@ which defines a uniform lattice pitch that produces the same Dancoff ...@@ -205,4 +206,31 @@ which defines a uniform lattice pitch that produces the same Dancoff
value as the nonuniform lattice. The CENTRM transport calculation then value as the nonuniform lattice. The CENTRM transport calculation then
proceeds as usual using 2D MoC or 1D S\ :sub:`n` for the unit cell. proceeds as usual using 2D MoC or 1D S\ :sub:`n` for the unit cell.
.. include:: XSProc.rst
.. include:: XSProcAppA.rst
.. include:: XSProcAppB.rst
.. include:: XSProcAppC.rst
.. include:: stdcmp.rst
.. include:: BONAMI.rst
.. include:: CENTRM.rst
.. include:: PMC.rst
.. include:: PMCAppAB.rst
.. include:: CHOPS.rst
.. include:: CRAWDAD.rst