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Allan D. Carlson

Research: Neutron cross section standards

Publications

Recent Work Leading Toward a New Evaluation of Neutron Standards

Author(s)
Allan D. Carlson, V G. Pronyaev, R. Capote, G M. Hale, F. J. Hambsch, T Kawano, S. Kunieda, W Mannhart, R O. Nelson, D. Neudecker, P Schillebeeckx, S Simakov, P Talou, X Tao, D. L. Smith, W Wang, A. Wallner
A number of national cross section libraries are planning new versions of their libraries including ENDF/B and JEFF. The first step in producing these new

Toward a New Evaluation of the Neutron Standards

Author(s)
Allan D. Carlson, V G. Pronyaev, R. Capote, G M. Hale, F. J. Hambsch, T Kawano, S. Kunieda, R O. Nelson, D. Neudecker, P Schillebeeckx, S Simakov, D L. Smith, X Talou, A Wallner, W Wang
A new version of the ENDF/B library has been planned. The first step in producing this new library is evaluating the neutron standards. An evaluation is now

New Methods for Measurement of Neutron Detector Efficiency up to 20 MeV

Author(s)
Fred B. Bateman, Allan D. Carlson, N. A. Kornilov, S M. Grimes, T N. Massey, C E. Brient, D E. Carter, J E. O'Donnell, R. C. Haight, N Boukharouba
A new approach to neutron detector effciency has been taken. A neutron detector has been calibrated with a Cf-252 source at low energy. The calibration was

Improvements and Extensions of the Neutron Cross Section and Fluence Standards

Author(s)
Allan D. Carlson, V G. Pronyaev, R. Capote, F. J. Hambsch, F. Kappeler, C. Lederer, A Mengoni, R O. Nelson, A.J.M Plompen, P Schillebeeckx, S Simakov, S. Tagesen, H Vonach, A Vorobyev, A Wallner
Updated evaluations of the standards are needed within a few years for new versions of several cross section libraries, e.g.; ENDF/B and JEFF, that have been
Created October 9, 2019