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The EFF project status and the NEA nuclear data services

Fusion Engineering and Design
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DOI: 10.1016/j.fusengdes.2007.07.034
  • Eff
  • Jeff
  • Fusion Neutronics
  • Evaluated Nuclear Data
  • Benchmark Experiments
  • Radiation Shielding
  • Sinbad
  • Janis


Abstract The OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) Data Bank participates in the production of data and their distribution to users including the collection and validation as well as the distribution of the Joint Evaluated Fission and Fusion (JEFF) library. The JEFF project has evolved from two separate projects, namely the European Fusion File (EFF) and the Joint Evaluated File (JEF), with the release of JEFF-3.1, in May 2005. The NEA also provides tools for the EFF project, such as computer codes for nuclear energy and radiation physics applications. Of special interest for fusion applications are the integral experiments collected in the SINBAD database, with radiation shielding and dosimetry experiments including many fusion neutronics shielding experiments. In this paper an overview will be given of the NEA, and some examples of nuclear data services offered, such as the SINBAD database. JANIS, a display program evaluated and experimental data developed at the NEA will be mentioned briefly. The main emphasis will be given to the EFF project including the contents of the new JEFF-3.1 library, released in May 2005. Examples of recent work are given as well as a discussion on the forth-coming evaluation efforts among the EFF collaborators.

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