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Extension of nuclear evaluation code AMUR based on the resonance theory

Kunieda, Satoshi 

Evaluated cross-sections are fundamental quantities for nuclear science and engineering. In the resonance region, experimental activity is being increased using the J-PARC facility to measure the neutron cross-sections on the isotopes including LLFP and MA in this country. However, for the analysis/evaluation of measured data, we are still relying on the foreign codes which have advantages and disadvantages on the theoretical calculation and correction for the experimental conditions. The purpose of this work is to develop a new analysis code based on the R-matrix theory with high applicability and extensibility to the experimental conditions, by modifying an existing code AMUR. In this talk, we present current status of the code development on the calculation of the capture cross-sections and options for correction to measured data, together with some example analysis for the neutron cross-sections.



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