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Status of new JENDL photonuclear data file

Kosako, Kazuaki*; Murata, Toru*; Iwamoto, Nobuyuki 

The next version of JENDL Photonuclear data is now being developed by using the photon absorption cross sections based on giant dipole resonances and the nuclear reaction model codes, ALICE-F and CCONE. The incident photon energy covers the range from particle emission threshold to 140 MeV. The data include absorption, particle production yield and nuclide production cross sections, and energy-angle differential cross sections of emitted particles. In the present revision much emphasis is placed on the following topics: (1) Nuclear data of light nuclei from Li to Ca isotopes are systematically evaluated with experimental data. (2) Integral tests of photoneutron yields for Fe, Cu and W performed at Hokkaido University are used to evaluate and verify their nuclide production data. (3) The number of nuclei is increased to 181 in order to take into account the use in many application fields.



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