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Re: Question knowing evaluated library used for an isotope (Pedro Arce)
Re: Question Re: knowing evaluated library used for an isotope (Pedro Arce)
Date: 30 Sep, 2010
From: Koi, Tatsumi <Koi, Tatsumi>

Hi

> Which 107 isotopes are these? And when it says "Elastic and Inelastic
> cross section", I guess it also refers to the rest of files (Gammas, F*
> and FS directories), right?

JENDL HE data is located at “G4NDL3.13/JENDL_HE/” And below the directory you can find 105 isotopes. “107” is maybe typo(I will fix at new version). “106” is correct value and subtract Am242m then we get “105”. And only cross section data of them are available now.

>  Large parts of the selections were guided by the FENDL2.0 selection.
> 
> and in the README.v3.13 it says
> 
>  G4NDL data comes largely from the ENDF/B-VI library
> 
> Aren't these two sentences contradictory?

It is not a fully contradicted. “FENDL2.0” is a name for selection and ENDF/B-VI one of eligible. But I understand, we may change the description in README.v??? at new version.

Tatsumi

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