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Catalog of the 
National 
Energy 
Software 
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U.S. Department of Commerce 
National Technical Information Service 



NTIS 



PB84-906299 



Catalog of the 
National Energy 
Software Center 



1984 




U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
Malcolm Baldrige, Secretary 

NATIONAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICE 

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INTRODUCTION 



This CATALOG is a unique listing of machine-readable computer programs compiled in cooperation with 
the National Energy Software Center (NESC). The NESC is the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) 
software exchange and information center and is operated by Argonne National Laboratory under con- 
tract to the DOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information. The CATALOG contains abstracts of some 
730 programs and is indexed by subject. 



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COMPUTER SOFTWARE 



FOG; One-Dimensional Few-Group Diffusion Slab Cylinder 
Sphere. 

R. L Brunnenmeyer, and R. A. Mickle. 
Bechtel Corp., San Francisco, CA. 1984, mag tape AN L/ 
NESC-28 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048028 Price code: CP T1 1 

The FOG program solves the one-dimensional few-group dif- 
fusion equations in any of three geometries slab, cylinder, or 
sphere. Provisions are made for calculating the flux, the ad- 
joint flux, and various criticality searches as well as a buckling 
iteration and automatic Tschebyscheff polynomial computa- 
tion of source extrapolation factors. Input data must be mac- 
roscopic. Scattering is limited to the next lower group. 1 to 4 
energy groups are permitted. (ERA citation 08:022420). ..Soft- 
ware Description: GE625; FORTRAN IV. 

AIM6; One-Dimensional Multi-Group Diffusion in Slabs, 
Cylinders, and Spheres. 

S. Nakamura, and W. Bennedict. 

Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Dept. of Nuclear Engineering. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-29 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048029 Price code: CP T1 1 

AIM6 solves the one-dimensional multigroup diffusion equa- 
tions utilizing a microscopic cross section library. Any of three 
geometries are available slab, cylinder, or sphere. Criticality 
searches are provided including a concentration search on 
one or two elements. Homogeneous and inhomogeneous 
problems may be solved with a variety of boundary condition 
options. (ERA citation 08:022421). ..Software Description: 
IBM370; FORTRAN IV; OS/370; 300K bytes and 1 scratch 
unit. 



PERT; One-Dimensional Perturbation for AIM and FOG 
Codes. 

G. Gowins. 

Boeing Co., Huntsville, AL Boeing Huntsville Simulation 

Center. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-30 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048030 Price code: CP T03 

PERT is a perturbation program designed for use with the 
AIM6 and FOG programs. Punched card output from these 
codes is used as input to PERT. Using cross-section data, 
fluxes, and adjoint fluxes, the relative change in keff can be 
calculated. Cross sections may be weighted with the adjoint 
flux and/or direct flux. The neutron lifetime for the delay 
groups may also be determined. (ERA citation 
08:022422)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV. 

EQUIPOISES; Two-Dimensional, Two-Group Diffusion in 
Slabs or Cylinders. 

C. L Wang. 

Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Lung-Tan (Taiwan). 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-39 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048039 Price code: CP T1 1 

EQUIPOISE3 solves the two-group, two-dimensional, neutron 
diffusion equations in cylindrical or slab geometry. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:022423)...Software Description: CDC 
CYBER73,175;CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; NOS/BE 1.2, 1.3 
(CDC CYBER73), SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600); 125,000 (octal) 
words of memory are required for execution. 

CURFIT; Curve Fitting Experimental Data Points. 

J. A. Warrington. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-43R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 



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modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048043 Price code: CP T1 1 

CURFIT is a composite program for fitting experimental data 
points with different types of common analytic curves. There 
are at present five fits available: (1) polynomial y = summa- 
tion over i of a(i)*(x**(i)) (2) exponential y = a*exp(bx) (3) 
cosine y = a*cos(b(x+ c)) (4) series of cubics y = a(j) + 
b(j)*x+ cG)*(x**2)+ d(j)*(x**3) (5) Fourier series. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:020491 )...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN 
IV and ASCENT; SCOPE 2.0. 

CLOUD; Gamma-Ray Dose Rate from a Cloud. 

R. E. Cooper. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.!.) and Co., Aiken, SO Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-47 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048047 Price code: CP T09 

The CLOUD program calculates the external gamma-ray dose 
rate and total integrated dose resulting from the continuous 
release of radioactive materials to the atmosphere. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:021 795).. .Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN 
IV; 32K memory. 

TEMPEST2; Thermal Neutron Spectrum Cross Sections. 

G. Gowins. 

Boeing Co., Huntsville, AL. Boeing Huntsville Simulation 

Center. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-50 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048050 Price code: CP T1 1 

TEMPEST2 is a neutron thermalization program based upon 
the Wigner-Wilkins approximation for light moderators and the 
Wilkins approximation for heavy moderators. A Maxwellian 
distribution may also be used. The model used may be select- 
ed as a function of energy. The second-order differential 
equations are integrated directly rather than transformed to 
the Riccati equation. The program provides microscopic and 
macroscopic cross-section averages over the thermal neutron 
spectrum. (ERA citation 08:022424)...Software Description: 
IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360. 

FORM; Fast Neutron Spectrum Cross Section 
Calculations. 

S. Nakamura, and P. Kazemersky. 

Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Dept. of Nuclear Engineering. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-51 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048051 Price code: CP T1 3 

The FORM, or FORTRAN-MUFT, program is a Fourier trans- 
form slowing-down code. A library tape containing 54-group 
microscopic cross sections, resonance parameters, inelastic 
scattering matrices, and source spectra is used to generate a 
54-group flux spectrum and few-group constants. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:022425)...Software Description: IBM370; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/370; 200K bytes storage. 



SIZZLE; One-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion Depletion. 

R. A. Blaine. 

Atomics International, Canoga Park, CA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-58 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048058 Price code: CP T13 

SIZZLE solves the one-dimensional, multigroup burnup prob- 
lem in the diffusion theory approximation for fast intermediate 
reactors. After the initial calculation at t= 0, average cross 
sections are computed for further calculations using one to 
six energy groups. Criticality may be maintained by use of a 
concentration search. The concentration of the various iso- 
topes is permitted to vary only from region-to-region. Chains 
included are Th232, U238, and a fission product poison chain. 
(ERA citation 08:022426)...Software Description: IBM360; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/360. 

SOR3; Stress Analysis of Shells of Revolution. 

J. R. Fitch, and R. L Fagan. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-80R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048080 Price code: CP T1 1 

SOR3 is used for the analysis of symmetrically loaded shells 
of revolution. The program computes stresses, strains, forces 
and deflections produced by thermal and mechanical loads. 
Normal and transverse shear stresses and wall thickness 
changes are taken into account. The program is based on 
constitutive equations which retain terms through the second 
order in the ratio of the thickness to the local radii of curva- 
ture. These features make the program applicable to shell 
structures with moderately large thickness to radius ratios. 
Maxima of 30 shells into which the structure is divided 30 
input points for the shell 10 points at which detailed stress 
printout is to be provided for brittle fracture purposes. (ERA 
citation 08:021 306)...Software Description: CDC6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV; SCOPE 3.0. 

FEVER; One-Dimensional, Few-Group Diffusion Depletion 
Program. 

C. L. Wang. 

Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Lung-Tan (Taiwan). 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-117 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048 1 1 7 Price code: CP T1 1 

FEVER was developed to evaluate the effects of fuel deple- 
tion and control rod withdrawal upon the power distribution of 
the HTGR. The program performs one-dimensional, few-group 
depletion calculations. Options are available to adjust control 
poisons in various regions of the reactor, according to a spec- 
ified sequence, to represent self-shielding of lumped poisons, 
and to calculate maximum k-effective at operating tempera- 
ture and k-effective at shutdown temperature and cold shut- 
down k-effective at shutdown temperature for each time-step. 
The xenon-override problem can also be investigated. 
Maxima of 150 mesh points, 20 spatial regions, 25 isotopes 
or aggregates in each region 4 groups. It is assumed that the 
shape of the flux spectrum and the relative amplitude of the 



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flux between zones does not change over the burnup time- 
step. (ERA citation 08:020390)...Software Description: CDC 
CYBER73,175:CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; NOS/BE 1.2, 1.3 
(CDC CYBER73), SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600); 76,000 (octal) 
words of memory are required for execution. 

FAIMOS; One-Dimensional, Multigroup Diffusion in Slab, 
Cylindrical, or Spherical Geometries. 

R. G. Cockrell. 

Boeing Co., Huntsville, AL. Boeing Huntsville Simulation 

Center. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-120 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048120 Price code: CP T1 1 

FAIMOS is a multigroup theory, one-dimensional neutron dif- 
fusion equation program based on AIM6 (NESC Abstract 29). 
The principal features are - (a) three geometries (planar, cylin- 
drical, or spherical), (b) calculation of fluxes and multiplication 
factor, (c) one-iteration problems, (d) choice of one of five 
sets of boundary conditions at both the inner and outer 
boundaries, (e) criticality searches on transverse buckling, ho- 
mogeneous poison, critical radius, location of a poison region 
boundary, location of a fuel region boundary, (f) adjoint flux 
calculation, and (g) extensive data edit. (ERA citation 
08:022427)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV (H); 
OS/360. 

AIREK3; Space-Independent Kinetics with Feedback. 

O. G. P. Grosskopf. 

South African Atomic Energy Board, Pretoria. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-121 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048121 Price code: CP T03 

AIREK3 finds the numerical solution to the space-independ- 
ent reactor kinetics equations based on the method devel- 
oped by E. R. Cohen. Input and output are simplified and the 
power, inverse period, feedbacks, and precursors are dis- 
played graphically. (ERA citation 08:020492). ..Software De- 
scription: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360. 

HERESY3; Two-Dimensional Heterogeneous Reactor 
Calculation. 

D. R. Finch. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SO Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-136 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048136 Price code: CP T12 

HERESY3 solves the two-dimensional, few-group, static reac- 
tor eigenvalue problem using the heterogeneous (source-sink 
or Feinburg-Galanin) formalism. The solution yields the reac- 
tor k-effective and absorption reaction rates for each rod nor- 
malized to the most absorptive rod in the thermal level. Epith- 
ermal fissions are allowed at each resonance level, and lat- 
tice-averaged values of thermal utilization, resonance escape 
probability, thermal and resonance eta values, and the fast 
fission factor are calculated. Kernels in the calculation are 
based on age-diffusion theory. Both finite reactor lattices and 
infinitely repeating reactor supercells may be calculated. Rod 



parameters may be calculated by several internal options, 
and a direct interface is provided to a HAMMER system 
(NESC Abstract 277) lattice library tape to obtain cell param- 
eters. Criticality searches are provided on thermal utilization, 
thermal eta, and axial leakage buckling. Maxima of 50 flux/ 
geometry symmetry positions, 20 physically different assem- 
blies, 9 resonance levels, 5000 rod coordinate positions. 
(ERA citation 08:020493).. .Software Description: IBM360; 
FORTRAN IV and BAL; OS/360; 45K single-precision words 
of high speed core plus 50K single-precision words of disk (or 
drum) storage. 

NPRFCCP; Fuel Cycle Costs Performance Data. 

F. D. Tyson, and R. L. Price. 
United Engineers and Constructors, Philadelphia, PA. 
Technical Computer Services. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
146 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048146 Price code: CP T09 

Nuclear fuel cycle costs in dollars per year ($/yr), and in mills 
per kilowatt-hour (mills/kwhr) are computed and tabulated for 
each region of a multiregion reactor core, on the basis of 
AEC-leased nuclear fuel material and of privately-owned nu- 
clear fuel material. Fuel cycle costs are computed separately 
for each region or zone, for core designs of any configuration 
or combination of material depletion or enriched uranium fuel 
or other special nuclear material. Printed output of the pro- 
gram includes (a) detailed fuel cycle costs for each zone in 
tabular form, for AEC-leased and privately-owned nuclear fuel 
material, respectively, (b) a summary tabulation of nuclear fuel 
costs for all regions of the complete core, including fixed 
charges on working capital required for core fabrication and 
for nuclear fuel material, (c) a summary tabulation of certain 
computed performance and economic data, viz., average resi- 
dence time, annual fuel throughput, unit electrical energy 
yield, annual power generation, and core fabrication costs, 
and (d) a tabulation of all input data for all regions. The print- 
ing of data described in (a) and (d) above is optional with pro- 
gram use. (ERA citation 08:020466). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; IBM360.370/195; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.3 
(CDC6600), OS/360,370. 

AILMOE; Cross Section Calculation of Elastic Scattering 
Resonances. 

R. A. Blaine. 

Atomics International, Canoga Park, CA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-147 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048147 Price code: CP T13 

AILMOE is a modified form of the ANL ELMOE program. The 
Fourier transform of the fast neutron flux is found for a mix- 
ture of moderators heavier than hydrogen with the moderator 
scattering law rigorously accounted for. (ERA citation 
08:022428)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV (H); 
OS/360; Minimum of 256K bytes. 

EXTERMINATOR2; Two-Dimensional, Multigroup Diffusion 
Program. 

T. B. Fowler, M. L. Tobias, D. R. Vondy, R. L. Brunnenmeyer, 
and R. A. Mickle. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
156 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 



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can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048 1 56 Price code: CP T1 2 

The multigroup, two-dimensional neutron diffusion equations 
are solved in x-y, r-z, or r-theta geometry. Since FORTRAN IV 
variable-dimensioning techniques were used in EXTERMINA- 
TOR2, the only restriction on problem size is the available 
core storage. The code examines the problem size and stores 
fluxes and equation coefficients (except for scattering matrix 
coefficients which are recalculated at each iteration) accord- 
ing to the machine core size in one of four ways - (1) All 
fluxes and equation coefficients are contained in core and no 
I/O devices are used during the iterative part of the calcula- 
tion. (2) All equation coefficients are contained in core and I/ 
O devices are used to store the fluxes. (3) The fluxes are 
contained in core and I/O devices are used to store the 
equation coefficients. (4) Both coefficients and fluxes are 
used from I/O devices. (ERA citation 08:022429). ..Software 
Description: IBM360;GE625;CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; OS/360 
(IBM360), GECOS (GE625), and SCOPE (CDC6600); A ma- 
chine with a minimum of about 64K words of core storage 
and 5 I/O devices for temporary storage in addition to those 
for input data and printed output. Some problems may require 
4 additional I/O devices. 

FLARE; Three-Dimensional Reactivity and Power 
Distribution. 

D. L Delp, D. L. Fisher, J. M. Harriman, M. J. Stedwell, and 
G. W. Perry. 

General Electric Co., San Jose, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-167 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048167 Price code: CP T1 1 

FLARE is an inexpensive calculational method to determine 
core reactivity and core power distribution. A scoping calcula- 
tion of this type is valuable in appraising the physics charac- 
teristics of planned test modes of operation so that detailed 
analysis can be reserved for those core calculations of great- 
er interest from either a technician or safety standpoint. Be- 
cause of the independent representation of the control rods, 
a three-dimensional calculational scheme was employed. This 
three-dimensional geometry combined with computer size lim- 
itations restricted the calculations to a relatively coarse mesh. 
The present version of the code will handle a maximum array 
of 14 x 14 x 12 nodes with either mirror or diagonal symme- 
try. (ERA citation 08:020494)...Software Description: GE635; 
IBM360; CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; GECOS (GE635), OS/360 
(IBM360), and SCOPE (CDC7600); 39K and 3 tapes in addi- 
tion to the system units are used on the GE365, 400K and 5 
tapes or disks are required on the IBM360. 80,000 (octal) 
words of small core memory and 12,000 (octal) words of 
large core memory are needed for the CDC7600 version. 

INVERSE KINETICS;R102; Space-Independent Inverse 
Kinetics Calculations. 

J. J. Kaganove. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-168 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048168 Price code: CP T09 



Given the space-independent, one energy group reactor ki- 
netics equations and the initial conditions, this program deter- 
mines the time variation of reactivity required to produce the 
given input of flux-time data. Maxima of 50 delay groups, 
1000 data points, 99 data blocks (A data block is a sequence 
of input points characterized by a fixed time-interval between 
points, a smoothing option, and a number of repetitions of the 
smoothing option.). (ERA citation 08:020495). ..Software De- 
scription: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360. 

AISITE2; Parametric Site Requirement Study. 

R. A. Blaine. 

Atomics International, Canoga Park, CA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-172 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048172 Price code: CP T1 1 

AISITE2 is largely based on methods proposed by the AEC in 
TID-14844 but differs in certain of the assumptions and 
models. The code automatically varies any one of 46 param- 
eters such as reactor power, building leak rate, iodine clean- 
up rate, and halogen filter efficiency, computing the exclusion 
area, and low population boundary zones as functions of that 
parameter. The edit includes dose vs. distance data, fraction- 
al contribution by isotope group to the inhalation dose, and 
critical distances providing both printed and graphical data. 
Three models are available for fission product release with up 
to four levels of containment. Maxima of 100 isotopes 20 dis- 
tances 10 values of variable parameter 8 organs 4 levels of 
containment. (ERA citation 08:020622).. .Software Description: 
IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 256K bytes storage. 

2DF; Two-Dimensional, Multigroup Discrete Ordinate 
Code. 

R. J. Archibald. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-173 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048173 Price code: CP T1 2 

2DF is a two-dimensional, multigroup program written in FOR- 
TRAN for solving the neutron transport equation using the SN 
method. The program can determine the real or adjoint solu- 
tion for x-y, r-z, or r-theta geometry. Isotropic, or a form of 
linear anisotropic, scattering may be considered. Various 
boundary conditions are allowed. The program also contains 
a number of search options whereby one can vary dimen- 
sions or concentrations to arrive at a predetermined eigenva- 
lue. A distributed source may be specified. A library of cross 
sections is available on magnetic tape. Cross sections may 
be read from the library tape and/or from cards. Storage re- 
strictions are specified by a complicated equation involving 
SN order, number of materials, mesh intervals, and energy 
groups, and specified boundary conditions. (ERA citation 
08:022430)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
V; EXEC8. 

FORE2; Fast Reactor Excursion Calculations. 

J. N. Fox, B. E. Lawler, H. R. Butz, and T. J. Heames. 
General Electric Co., Sunnyvale, CA. Advanced Products 
Operation. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-174 U.S. Sales 
Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 
in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 



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recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048 1 74 Price code: CP T1 4 

FORE2 is a coupled thermal hydraulics-point kinetics digital 
computer code designed to calculate significant reactor pa- 
rameters under steady-state conditions, or as functions of 
time during transients. The transients may result from a pro- 
grammed reactivity insertion or a power change. Variable inlet 
coolant flow rate and temperature are considered. The code 
calculates the reactor power, the individual reactivity feed- 
backs, and the temperature of coolant, cladding, fuel, struc- 
ture, and additional material for up to seven axial positions in 
three channel types which represent radial zones of the reac- 
tor. The heat of fusion, accompanying fuel melting, the liquid 
metal voiding reactivity, and the spatial and the time variation 
of the fuel cladding gap coefficient due to changes in gap 
size are considered. Reactor excursions which can be calcu- 
lated are restricted to those transients in which the reactor is 
not substantially destroyed. As a general rule, changes in re- 
actor geometry and composition during an excursion are limit- 
ed to those cases in which the reactivity effects of the 
changes may be considered as small perturbations of the ini- 
tial system. Thus, accidents involving large-scale disassembly 
and bulk meltdown of a core are not covered by FORE2. 
FORE2 is valid only while the core retains its initial geometry. 
(ERA citation Q8:020496)...Software Description: GE635; 
IBM360; FORTRAN IV; GECOS (GE635), OS/360 (IBM360); 
3 files and 40K memory. 

ISOTOPES; Maximum Yield from Reaction or Decay. 

A. Furman. 

Lockheed Missiles and Space Co., Sunnyvale, CA. 1 984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-179 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048179 Price code: CP T03 

This program can be used to calculate for any neutron flux 
the optimum time of irradiation for maximum yield, the specific 
activity of the product isotope in curies per gram of target ma- 
terial, and the combined specific activity of the target and 
product isotopes. The product isotope may be produced by 
any simple reaction such as (n.gamma), (n,p), (n,2n), etc, or it 
may be produced by decay of a parent isotope. The number 
of flux values used may range from 2 to a maximum of 100 
for each individual reaction and decay problem. (ERA citation 
08:01 9902).. .Software Description: UNIVAC1100; FORTRAN 
V; EXEC8: Less than 3600 words of memory were used in 
executing the sample problem. 

BRT1; Thermal Spectrum Cross Section Calculations. 

C. L. Bennett, and W. L. Purcell. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-184 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048 1 84 Price code: CP T1 3 

BRT1, like the original THERMOS code developed by H. 
Honeck of Brookhaven National Laboratory, computes the 
scalar thermal neutron spectrum as a function of position in a 
lattice by solving the integral transport equation with isotropic 
scattering. One-dimensional slab or cylindrical geometry may 
be used. As output the code supplies flux-averaged values of 
sigma a, sigma f, nu sigma f, sigma s, and d for the cell com- 



position and the values of sigma a, sigma f, nu sigma f, sigma 
s, and sigma tr for the isotopic constituents. (ERA citation 
08:020497)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
V; CSCX; 64K memory, input, output, program, library, and 
punch units plus 3 scratch units or equivalent drum storage. 

GAMTEC2; Multigroup Constant Calculations for to 10 
MeV. 

L L Carter, C. R. Richey, C. E. Hughey, R. L Brunnenmeyer, 
and R. A. Mickle. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-185 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048185 Price code: CP T1 5 

GAMTEC2 generates multigroup constants in the energy 
range from to 10 MeV for either homogeneous mixtures or 
heterogeneous arrays consisting of cylinderized lattice cells. 
The thermal group constants are averaged over (1) Wigner- 
Wilkins light moderator spectrum, (2) Wilkins heavy moderator 
spectrum, or (3) a Maxwellian distribution. For heterogeneous 
arrays the spatial thermal flux is calculated by a monoenerge- 
tic P3 approximation. For epithermal energies, the slowing- 
down distribution is described by either a B1 or P1 approxi- 
mation to the Boltzmann equation. Resonance absorption and 
fission are treated by the Adler-Nordheim method. An im- 
proved method over that used in GAM1 for averaging the res- 
onance absorption contribution to the multigroup constants is 
included. Fuel lumping effects on the fast fission of U238 and 
Th232 are treated by an n-flight collision probability tech- 
nique. Group constants are punched on cards in HFN (diffu- 
sion code) and DTF (SN transport code) formats. The maxi- 
mum number of concentric regions in the unit lattice cell is 
16. Each region may contain up to 10 isotopes. Group con- 
stants may be computed for one thermal group and from 1 to 
34 epithermal groups. (ERA citations 08:022431). ..Software 
Description: UN!VAC1107;GE625;CDC6400; FORTRAN IV; 
EXEC2 (UNIVAC1107) and SCOPE 3.4 (CDC6400); The code 
requires the use of 2 tape units in addition to the usual input 
and output units - one for the single data library tape and one 
for temporary storage. Also, an on-line card punch or tape for 
punch output is required. The CDC6400 version uses disk as 
scratch storage. 

CURIE; Fission Product Inventory Decay History. 

A. E. Klickman, and P. H. Froehle. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-196 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048196 Price code: CP T09 

CURIE calculates the fission product inventory decay history 
for fuel that has been in operation for a specified duration. 
The inventory decay history is provided for specified nuclides 
and elements, as well as the total fission products. Maxima of 
20 decay times, 10 elements for which fission product histor- 
ies are printed. (ERA citation 08:020498). ..Software Descrip- 
tion: IBM370; FORTRAN IV; OS/370; 250K bytes of storage 
are required. 

HEATING2; Transient Steady-State Heat Transfer. 

B. D. Belt. 

Southern Services, Inc., Atlanta, GA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-198 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 



COMPUTERS, CONTROL & INFORMATION THEORY 



Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048198 Price code: CP T09 

HEATING2 is a generalized heat transfer code capable of 
solving transient and steady-state coordinate systems. The 
simplified input makes it a very useful code for those prob- 
lems having geometrical configurations which can be de- 
scribed by parallel and perpendicular lines or planes, or con- 
centric circles. These figures can be broken up into a maxi- 
mum of 100 one-material regions with position and time-de- 
pendent volumetric heat generation rates. Up to 40 materials 
with constant properties can be described, and the initial tem- 
peratures of these regions are position-dependent. The 
boundaries of these regions can be contact, insulated, time- 
dependent temperature controlled, or forced convection with 
a time-dependent sink temperature. Also a radiation boundary 
with a time-dependent sink temperature is included. Maxima 
of 750 nodes 1 00 material regions 40 materials. (ERA citation 
08:021 407)...Software Description: IBM370.3033; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/370; 255K bytes memory and temporary use of a 
direct access device (unit 7) are required for execution. 300K 
bytes of memory were needed for FORTRAN IV H-Extended 
compilation. 

DTF4; One-Dimensional, Multigroup Discrete Ordinate 
Program. 

K. D. Lathrop, R. L. Brunnenmeyer, R. A. Mickle, and G. J. 
Duffy. 

Los Alamos Scientific Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-209 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048209 Price code: CP T1 1 

The linear, time-independent, Boltzmann equation for particle 
transport is solved for the energy space, and angular depend- 
ence of the particle distribution in one-dimensional slabs, cyl- 
inders, and spheres. Independent source or eigenvalue (multi- 
plication, time-absorption, element concentration, zone thick- 
ness or system dimension) problems are solved subject to 
vacuum, reflective, or periodic boundary conditions. A com- 
plete energy-transfer scattering matrix is allowed for each Le- 
gendre component of the scattering cross section matrices. 
The variable dimensioning capability of FORTRAN IV has 
been utilized so that any combination of number of groups, 
number of spatial intervals, size of angular quadrature, etc., 
can be used that will fit within the total core storage available 
to a user. The code itself requires about 8000 words, but it 
can be shortened by deleting certain subroutines which per- 
form optional calculations. (ERA citation 08:022432)...Soft- 
ware Description: IBM360;CDC6600;GE625; FORTRAN IV 
(CDC6600), FORTRAN IV and MAP (GE625), FORTRAN IV 
and BAL (IBM360); OS/360 (IBM360), and SCOPE 
(CDC6600); No disks or tapes are used. A clock is used but, 
by removing a few program statements, this requirement can 
be eliminated. 

VARI-QUIR; Time-Dependent, Two Dimensional, 
Multigroup Diffusion. 

G. Collier, and E. L. Cox. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp., Large, PA. Astronuclear Lab. 
1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-212 U.S. Sales Only. Price 
includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 
recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 



mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048212 Price code: CP T1 1 

The time-dependent, multigroup, two-dimensional neutron dif- 
fusion equations are solved in x-y or r-z geometry. Maxima of 
4 groups 6 precursor groups 36 regions 20 different materials. 
(ERA citation 08:022433)...Software Description: 
CDC6600;IBM360; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE (CDC6600) and 
OS/360. 

FSDP3; Pointwise Cross Sections from Breit-Wigner 
Parameters. 

D. R. Mathews. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-216 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048216 Price code: CP T09 

FSDP3 computes pointwise cross sections from single-level 
Breit-Wigner resonance parameters. The maximum number of 
neutron energies is 5000 when the ENDF/B format input 
option is used and limited only by computing time consider- 
ations otherwise. A maximum of 3000 resonances per l-J 
state may be used with the ENDF/B format input option and 
3000 s-wave resonances with the old input format. The 
number of resonances to be considered on each side of each 
neutron energy may be the same as the total number of re- 
sonances per l-J state except when the multilevel Breit- 
Wigner scattering option is used in which case a maximum of 
100 resonances per l-J state on each side is allowed. Rela- 
tive orbital angular momentum values I greater than 3 are not 
allowed (l= is an s-wave interaction). The mathematical as- 
sumptions needed to express the results in terms of the con- 
ventional Doppler line shape functions may be invalid at very 
low neutron energies. The basic formulation is incomplete for 
the very high temperatures attainable in stars or in nuclear 
explosions. (ERA citation 08:022434).. .Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN V; EXEC8; 50,511 (decimal) words 
for data storage plus 7995 words for instructions, an optional 
cross section output tape, and 2 scratch files (tape or drum) 
are required. 

RELOAD FEVER; One-Dimensional, Few-Group Diffusion 
Depletion. 

C. L. Wang. 

Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Lung-Tan (Taiwan). 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-221 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048221 Price code: CP T12 

RELOAD FEVER performs a few-group, one-dimensional de- 
pletion calculation which allows fuel in various stages of irra- 
diation to be homogenized into the same region for purposes 
of the diffusion calculation but follows the depletion of each 
of the subregions separately. The calculation may be inter- 
rupted periodically for refueling one or more regions. Recy- 
cling is optional, and an unlimited number of refuelings may 
be performed. A control poison search is available, and con- 
centration-dependent self-shielding factors may be applied to 
one lumped poison. Maxima of 4 energy groups, 100 mesh 
points, 20 diffusion regions, 32 subregions, 35 nuclides per 
subregion, 60 cross section sets. Reference report, GA-6612. 



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(ERA citation 08:020467).. .Software Description: CDC 
CYBER73.175; FORTRAN IV; NOS/BE 1.2, 1.3; 67,000 
(octal) words of memory are required for execution. 



tions can be studied. (ERA citation 08:020469)... Software 
Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2; 32K ma- 
chine with 5 tapes besides input and output tapes. 



GAMBLES; Two-Dimensional, Multigroup Diffusion in Xy 
and Rz Geometry. 

J. P. Dorsey, and R. Froehlich. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-222 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048222 Price code: CP T14 

The homogeneous 2-dimensional multigroup diffusion theory 
equations with arbitrary group-to-group scattering and arbi- 
trary fission transfer are solved for heterogeneous assemblies 
in x-y and r-z geometry. Homogeneous logarithmic boundary 
conditions are used at the outer surface of the assembly and 
at the surface of non-diffusion regions. The results include the 
group and point-dependent neutron fluxes, the power distribu- 
tion, the neutron multiplication factor (k-effective), and a de- 
tailed neutron balance. Maxima of 10 energy groups 255 dif- 
ferent material regions 20,000 space mesh points (16,043 
cards). (ERA citation 08:022435)...Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV and Assembly language; VER- 
SION IX and EXEC2, GAX23; 65,536 words of core storage 
and 3 tape units on one data channel, 1,572,864 words of 
FH-880 drum storage from one data channel, and a peripher- 
al printer. 

WAMPUM; Fuel Cycle Costs Performance Study. 

F. D. Tyson. 

United Engineers and Constructors, Philadelphia, PA. 
Technical Computer Services. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
224 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048224 Price code: CP T09 

This program calculates fuel cycle costs on a detailed basis, 
using results of nuclear depletion calculations and certain 
specified economics assumptions. The purpose is to provide 
a measure of performance for comparing or optimizing fuel 
cycles and associated reactor core and fuel element charac- 
teristics. (ERA citation 08:020468). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.3. 

OPUS; Power Plant Performance and Price Study. 

J. E. Gratteau. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-226 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048226 Price code: CP T1 3 

The code generates a flow network equivalent to a gas- 
cooled nuclear power plant of specified electrical output (in 
the range of 100 to 1000 MW) according to input data and 
programmed rules, proceeds to evaluate the plant perform- 
ance and price of the turbogenerator set (according to Gener- 
al Electric price data), and prints as a result a coded list of all 
plant components and a detailed performance map. Power 
levels from 100 to 1000 megawatts are acceptable. A maxi- 
mum of 100 turbogenerator arrangements can be included. 
Systems up to 100 nodes leading to no more than 749 equa- 



HFN; One-Dimensional, Multigroup Diffusion in Slabs, 
Cylinders, and Spheres. 

J. R. Lilley, and A. J. Bell. 

Hanford Engineering Development Lab., Richland, WA. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-241 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048241 Price code: CP T1 1 

HFN solves the homogeneous or inhomogeneous one-dimen- 
sional multigroup diffusion equation for its lowest eigenvalue 
and the corresponding direct and/or adjoint eigenvectors. In- 
homogeneous boundary conditions and a flexible scatter- 
transfer matrix structure are included. Optional calculations in- 
clude criticality searches, detector activation traverses, and 
integrals for perturbation theory analysis. (ERA citation 
08:022436). ..Software Description: 

UNIVAC1107;CDC6600,CYBER74; FORTRAN IV (99.9%) and 
SLEUTH-II (0.1%) (UNIVAC11Q7), FORTRAN IV (CDC6600); 
CSC EXEC2 Package B (UNIVAC1107), SCOPE 3.4 
(CDC6600); 64K UNIVAC1107 with 786,432 word drum (ex- 
clusive of system requirements), a tape unit, on-line printer, 
card reader and clock. The CDC version requires 122K (octal) 
words of memory. 

FLOW-MODEL; Multi-Channel Two-Dimensional, Two- 
Phase Flow. 

G. W. Perry, and C. L. Wang. 

Middle South Services, Inc., New Orleans, LA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-246 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048246 Price code: CP T03 

FLOW-MODEL is a multi-channel, two-dimensional, two- 
phase flow model designed to compute the axial and radial 
coolant density and quality profiles, the axial pressure profile, 
and the weight flow distribution for an open matrix flow, boil- 
ing water reactor. Maxima of 20 channels 100 axial nodes 
100 axial q points. (ERA citation 08:02031 8). ..Software De- 
scription: IBM360; CDC CYBER73; CDC6600.7600; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/360 (IBM360), SCOPE (CDC6600.7600), NOS 
1.3 (CDC CYBER73); 240K bytes of memory are needed for 
the IBM360 version. The CDC CYBER73 version requires 
47,000 (octal) words of memory on the CDC6600 and 35,000 
(octal) words of memory on the CDC7600. 

FLANGE1; Scattering Law Cross Section Calculation. 

G. M. Borgonovi. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-247 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048247 Price code: CP T09 

FLANGE 1 computes neutron scattering kernels for a large 
class of moderators. Neutron scattering kernels are obtained 
from the scattering law computed by the code GASKET. 
FLANGE1 allows the calculationsulation of double differential 
cross sections, angular cross sections, total cross sections, 
and Legendre moments of the scattering kernel. The short 



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collision time approximation is used for energy transfers 
larger than the maximum provided by GASKET. (ERA citation 
08:022437)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
V; EXEC2; 32K memory, 2 magnetic tapes, one scratch unit. 

LASER; Spectrum Calculations with Burnup in Cylindrical 
Lattices. 

C. E. Carson. 

Tennessee Valley Authority, Chattanooga. 1 984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-249 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048249 Price code: CP T1 4 

LASER is based on modified versions of the slowing-down 
program MUFT and the thermalization transport theory pro- 
gram THERMOS, and performs a calculation of the neutron 
spectrum in a uniform lattice made up of cylindrical rods, 
cladding, and surrounding moderator. The thermal cutoff in 
LASER is 1.855 eV. The program performs a burnup calcula- 
tion for the lattice. The spatial distribution of burnup within the 
fuel rods is explicitly calculated. The program will, at option, 
account for all non-linearities and mutual connections in the 
system of burnup equations. This calculation accounts for the 
variation of the neutron flux in space and energy during each 
time-step. A buckling, and a boron poison, criticality search 
are provided as options. Output includes edits in the energy 
range to 0.625 eV. This version of LASER is restricted to 
one-dimensional, cylindrical geometry. The maximum number 
of space points is 14, with a maximum of 5 space points in 
the fuel region. The code is restricted to 4 mixtures (modera- 
tor, non-absorbing heavy scatter, cladding, fuel). The modera- 
tor can be either light water (Nelkin or free gas scattering 
kernel), or heavy water (Nelkin scattering kernel). The clad- 
ding material can be stainless steel, aluminum or zircalloy-2. 
The fuel can be a metal oxide or cermet. The epithermal and 
fast energy ranges include 50 energy groups. The thermal 
range includes 35 energy groups. Only the U235 chain 
(through U236) and the U238 chain (through Pu242) are avail- 
able in the code. The fission products are separated into 
Xe135, the directly-produced Sm149, and all other fission 
products lumped into one pseudo fission product. The cross 
sections for the lumped fission products are represented by 
polynomials in the burnup. The spatial distribution of U238 
resonance cap. (ERA citation 08:020499).. .Software Descrip- 
tion: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 150K with library 
tape and 2 scratch units. 

SAFE-AXISYM; Stress Analysis of Axisymmetric Load. 

C. L Wang. 

Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Lung-Tan (Taiwan). 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-251 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048251 Price code: CP T1 1 

SAFE-AXISYM is a program for the analysis of multi-material 
axisymmetric composite structures. It is designed for the anal- 
ysis of heterogeneous structures such as reinforced and pres- 
tressed concrete vessels. The structure is assumed to be lin- 
early elastic, and only bodies of revolution subjected tc axi- 
symmetric loading can be treated. (ERA citation 
08:021 307)...Software Description: CDC CYBER73;CDC7600; 
FORTRAN IV; NOS 1.3 (CDC CYBER73), SCOPE 2.1 



(CDC7600); 62,000 (octal) words of memory are required for 
execution. 

SAFE-PLANE; Plane Stress Analysis, Two-Dimensional 
Bodies. 

D. C. Cornell, and C. L Wang. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-252 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048252 Price code: CP T09 

SAFE-PLANE is applied to two-dimensional structures of arbi- 
trary geometry under in-plane loads. Either plane stress or 
plane strain conditions may be imposed. Mechanical and ther- 
mal loads are permitted. Multi-material structures with varying 
rigidities converge very slowly. Not valid for incompressible 
materials. Maximum number of nodal points = 675. Maxi- 
mum number of elements = 1350. (ERA citation 
08:021 308)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108;CDC6600; 
FORTRAN IV; Approximately 47000 words storage (decimal) 
plus the operating system (1108). Requirements can be easily 
reduced by simple adjustment of DIMENSION statements. 

SAFE-SHELL; Stress Analysis of Thin Shells. 

D. C. Cornell. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-253 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048253 Price code: CP T09 

SAFE-SHELL is used to design and analyze axisymmetric 
thin-shell structures of arbitrary generatrices under axisymme- 
tric mechanical and/or thermal loading conditions. The inter- 
section of two or more shells can be treated. Maxima of 181 
nodal points 180 elements 21 sections 20 nodes per section. 
Capacity can be easily increased at cost of storage require- 
ments. (ERA citation 08:021 309)...Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108;CDC CYBER73;CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; 
EXEC8 (UNIVAC1108), NOS 1.3 (CDC CYBER73), SCOPE 
2.1 (CDC7600); The UNIVAC1108 version requires 26,000 
words of memory and the CDC CYBER73 version requires 
76,000 (octal) words of memory for execution. 

R101; Space-Independent Kinetics Kex Options. 

J. J. Kaganove. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-255 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048255 Price code: CP T03 

R101 solves the space-independent, one-energy group reac- 
tor kinetics equations to determine the time variation of neu- 
tron density given specified initial conditions. Any of four pro- 
grammed representations of excess reactivity can be select- 
ed. (ERA citation 08:020500). ..Software Description: IBM360; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 240K bytes of storage. 

MANTA; Steady-State Thermal-Hydraulic Analysis. 

M. J. Stedwell, B. G. Atraz, and E. H. Novendstern. 
General Electric Co., San Jose, CA. Nuclear Energy Div. 
1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-256 U.S. Sales Only. Price 



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COMPUTERS, CONTROL & INFORMATION THEORY 



includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048256 Price code: CP T1 2 

MANTA is a program which provides a thermal-hydraulic 
nodal analysis in the steady state. It was designed to analyze 
fuel element configuration in the superheat development pro- 
gram. MANTA analyzes mixing between coolant channels, 
allows for temperature variant conductivity in admittance cal- 
culations, and multiple stacked segments through the fuel 
region for a 7-element cluster analysis over a length of up to 
8 feet. MANTA is designed for single-pass steam flow. The 
flow direction in the coolant channels may be either up or 
down, thereby permitting the analysis of two-pass as well as 
single-pass fuel elements. MANTA accounts for the heat 
transfer and pressure drop that may occur between coolant 
channels due to mixing as well as to the conventional heat 
transfer and pressure drop relationships due to friction, dis- 
continuities, acceleration, convection, conduction, and radi- 
ation. MANTA allows for the calculation at each node of the 
material properties viscosity, specific heat, conductivity, and 
specific volume to correspond to the actual node temperature 
being solved for. The CDC6600 version uses sodium for the 
working fluid rather than steam. Maxima of 200 nodes 1 to 
100 internal nodes 101 to 150 surface nodes 48 coolant 
nodes 24 coolant channels 20 segments 6 connections per 
node except for the coolant nodes which have 5. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:020597).. .Software Description: 
GE635;CDC6600,7600; FORTRAN IV; GECOS (GE635) and 
SCOPE (CDC6600); 35K GE635, with 3 scratch tapes. 

REAX; Resolved Resonance Epithermal Cross Sectionss. 

R. Protsik. 

General Electric Co., Sunnyvale, CA. Advanced Products 

Operation. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-257 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048257 Price code: CP T09 

REAX calculates epithermal flux, activities and cross sections 
as a function of radius and energy for a constant temperature 
fuel rod immersed in a homogeneous medium. Maxima of 5 
fuel temperatures 5 moderating materials 3 fuel isotopes 30 
first fertile isotope resonances 10 second fertile isotope re- 
sonances 80 fissile isotope resonances. (ERA citation 
08:020598)...Software Description: GE635; FORTRAN IV; 
GE635 GECOS; 35K GE635 with input and output media. 

EXPN; Analysis of Pulsed Neutron Source Data. 

C. L. Peterson. 

General Electric Co., San Jose, CA. Nuclear Energy Div. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-258 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048258 Price code: CP T09 

EXPN analyzes pulsed neutron data using the Garelis-Russel 
technique (reference 1). Basically the code computes the 
prompt decay constant, alpha, and the parameter (k*beta/l) 
from experimental data, which is directly extracted from a 
time analyzer storage memory and read onto a punched 
paper tape. The alpha-determination part of the code was 



originally obtained under the name EXPLICIT from Knolls 
Atomic Power Laboratory but has since been modified. The 
code provides options for a pre-burst or a post-burst back- 
ground analysis. That is, the parameters alpha and (k*beta/l) 
are obtained using a background measured prior to the burst 
or measured after the burst. (ERA citation 08:01 9904)...Soft- 
ware Description: GE635; FORTRAN IV; GE635 GECOS; 35K 
machine with input and output media. 

MUSCAT; View Factor Shielding Code Cavity Geometry. 

M. J. Gerber, and B. W. Roos. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-259 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048259 Price code: CP T1 1 

MUSCAT computes the incident scattered neutron currents 
as a function of position within (1) the cavity formed by two 
truncated concentric spheres, (2) the cavity between two con- 
centric circular cylinders, or (3) a cylindrical cavity. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:022438)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FOR- 
TRAN IV; EXEC2; 32K memory. 

GADOSE;DOSET; HTGR Accident Analysis Dose 
Calculations. 

D. B. Sedgley. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-261 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048261 Price code: CP T12 

The GADOSE program calculates radioactivity and doses re- 
sulting from instantaneous accidental release of activity while 
the companion program DOSET includes the effects of a 
time-dependent accidental fission product release for the 
HTGR type of plant. Given an initial fission product inventory 
released into a reactor vessel or containment volume, the 
quantity of each isotope is calculated at a number of times at 
a number of locations (in the containment, containment recir- 
culating cleanup filters, leak collector, plant exhaust filters 
and in the atmosphere at a number of distances from the 
plant). Each decay chain is calculated separately considering 
buildup and decay of each isotope. Radiological doses are 
calculated for any three body organs and the whole body 
based on meteorological and physiological input parameters. 
Fallout and rainout are included. The problem is restricted to 
5 time solutions and 5 dose-distance solutions. There is no 
limit on the number of decay chains but each chain is limited 
to 6 isotopes. DOSET accepts up to 8 discrete fission-product 
activity additions as a function of time. (ERA citation 
08:0020391 )...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
IV; EXEC2; 32K memory. 

MACH1; One-Dimensional, Multigroup Diffusion in Slabs, 
Cylinders, and Spheres. 

K. O. Ott, and W. G. Price, Jr. 

Purdue Univ., Lafayette, IN. Dept. of Nuclear Engineering. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-262 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048262 Price code: CP T1 5 



COMPUTERS, CONTROL & INFORMATION THEORY 



MACH1 performs one-dimensional multigroup diffusion solu- 
tions and associated calculations, including criticality 
searches, perturbation, reaction summary, beta effective, 
group collapsing, and pointwise reaction rates and ratios. 
Several card dumps of computed data are available on 
option. A spectral synthesis option is available in the IBM ver- 
sion. Maxima of 20 spatial regions 150 mesh points 28 
energy groups 5 modal spectra (IBM360 version) 15 downs- 
catter groups 20 isotopes per problem 20 homogenized mate- 
rials 20 isotopes per homogenized material A special scatter 
treatment is used which allows full downscatter for hydrogen 
isotopes. (ERA citation 08:022439).. .Software Description: 
CDC6500;IBM360,370/195; FORTRAN IV (CDC6500, 
IBM380-98%), BAL (IBM360-2%); OS/360 (IBM360) and 
SCOPE (CDC6500); The IBM360 version uses 5 tape drives 
and 1645K core storage assuming no overlay organization. 

GASKET; Thermal Scattering Law Calculation. 

J. U. Koppel, J. R. Triplett, Y. D. Naliboff, and D. H. Houston. 
General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-263 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048263 Price code: CP T09 

GASKET calculates the thermal neutron scattering law, 
s(alpha.beta), for a large class of moderators. Provision has 
been made in GASKET for the following dynamical modes of 
the scatterer - (1) free translation (gas), (2) diffusive or Brow- 
nian motion, (3) harmonic isotropic vibrations with continuous 
frequency spectrum, (4) harmonic anistropic vibrations with 
continuous frequency spectrum (as applied for instance to 
graphite), (5) harmonic isotropic vibrations with discrete fre- 
quency spectrum. Maxima of 100 points in distributed fre- 
quency spectrum 100 points in anisotropic part of the fre- 
quency spectrum 2 discrete oscillators if w sub 1 does not 
equal zero, otherwise 20 20 phonon terms calculated for each 
delta line. (ERA citation 08:022440)...Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2; 32K machine with about 
26K available for the program and one scratch unit (drum, 
disk, or tape). 

RSAC; Radiological Safety Analysis Program. 

L C. Richardson. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-265 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048265 Price code: CP T1 2 

RSAC generates a fission product inventory from a given set 
of reactor operating conditions and then computes the exter- 
nal gamma dose, the deposition gamma dose, and the inhala- 
tion-ingestion dose to critical body organs as a result of expo- 
sure to these fission products. Program output includes reac- 
tor operating history, fission product inventory, dosages, and 
ingestion parameters. (ERA citation 08: 020652)... Software De- 
scription: IBM360; FORTRAN IV and Assembly language; 
OS/360; 1 50K bytes and 1 tape drive. 

CYGR02; Stress Analysis of Cylindrical Fuel Elements. 

C. M. Friedrich, and W. H. Guilinger. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-266R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 



modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048266 Price code: CP T1 1 

CYGR02 is used to determine stresses and strains during 
steady-state and transient power operation of an oxide-fueled, 
metal-clad rod-type fuel element in a pressurized environ- 
ment. Major loading conditions include fuel swelling, fission 
gas and coolant pressure, clad growth and differential thermal 
expansion. The application for which the program has been 
developed is zircaloy tubes containing bulk oxide fuel. Axial 
and azimuthal symmetry of temperature and stresses is as- 
sumed. (ERA citation 08:020599).. .Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE. 

WATER; Steam Tables at 14.5 to 14,500 Psia and 32 to 
472 exp F. 

W. A. Coffman, and L. L. Lynn. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-267R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048267 Price code: CP T09 

WATER is a subroutine used to extract thermodynamic and 
transport properties of liquid, vapor, and supercritical water by 
tabular interpolation over the range of states: 14.5 to 14,500 
psia and 32 to 1472 degrees F. These properties are specific 
volume, specific enthalpy, dynamic viscosity, and thermal con- 
ductivity, tabulated for pressure and temperature conditions. 
The largest errors for enthalpy, specific heat, specific volume, 
and thermal conductivity occur near the saturation curve, es- 
pecially near the critical point. The largest error in viscosity 
occurs at low temperatures. (ERA citation 08:021 149)...Soft- 
ware Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; BKSB; The stor- 
age required for the property data is 2877 locations. Total 
storage requirement is about 4000 locations. There are no 
tape requirements. 

CAESAR4; LIBLST; One-Dimensional, Multigroup 
Diffusion. 

R. A. Blaine. 

Atomics International, Canoga Park, CA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-270 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048270 Price code: CP T15 

CAESAR4 solves the one-dimensional, multigroup, diffusion 
equations in any of three geometries and provides a wide 
choice of boundary conditions, criticality searches, edits and 
other auxiliary computations. Maxima of 20 regions 20 ele- 
ments in library 1 2 elements per material 1 materials 1 00 in- 
tervals 35 groups 10 downscatter groups 20 groups and 15 
elements in resonance cross section calculation. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:022441 )...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/360; 256K bytes. 

CLIP; FORM Or THREDES Library Utility Routine. 

R. A. Blaine. 

Atomics International, Canoga Park, CA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-271 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048271 Price code: CP T13 



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CLIP is the cross section library preparation and maintenance 
program for FORM and THREDES. (ERA citation 
08:022442)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360; 256K bytes. 

FIGRO; LWBR Fuel Swelling Temperature Study. 

L L. Lynn, L A. Waldman, I. Goldberg, and C. D. Sphar. 
Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-272R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048272 Price code: CP T1 1 

FIGRO calculates the one-dimensional steady-state tempera- 
ture distribution and total fuel swelling for metal-clad, axisym- 
metric, bulk-oxide cylindrical fuel elements. The fuel pellet 
may be solid, annular, or contain two radial zones. Oxide fuel 
thermal conductivity is a function of temperature, depletion, 
and porosity. Fuel swelling is a function of temperature, de- 
pletion, internal hydrostatic pressure, and fissioning rate. Fuel- 
clad gap conductance is a function of gas composition, tem- 
perature, and gap thickness at operating conditions. Either 
the clad surface flux or the temperature at the inside radius of 
the fuel may be specified as a boundary condition for the 
heat conduction equation. Thermal expansion of the fuel and 
cladding is accounted for. Transient temperature calculations 
can then be performed starting from the steady-state solution 
with user-specified heat generation and water temperature 
tables. Each fuel zone may be subdivided into a maximum of 
50 concentric equal-thickness annuli for the calculation of 
temperature and fuel growth. (ERA citation 08:020600). ..Soft- 
ware Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.1. 

THREDES; One-Dimensional Few Group Diffusion Design 
System. 

R. A. Blaine. 

Atomics International, Canoga Park, CA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-273 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048273 Price code: CP T1 4 

THREDES is a scientific applications programming system. In- 
corporated in this system are the necessary modules to per- 
form parametric design studies of thermal reactors including 
the thermal cell homogenization (BAM), the fast spectrum cal- 
culation (FORM - NESC Abstract 51), reactor diffusion theory 
(FOG - NESC Abstract 28), and zero-dimensional burnup 
(KINDLE) calculations. These modules can be used in con- 
junction with one another or individually. Maxima of BAM - 10 
regions 100 space points 20 isotopes per region FORM - 18 
different isotopes FOG - 4 groups 238 space points KINDLE - 
2 groups. (ERA citation 08:020501). ..Software Description: 
IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 256K bytes. 

WIGL2; One-Dimensional, Two-Group Space-Time 
Diffusion. 

A. V. Vota, L. D. Eisenhart, S. R. Johnson, E. T. Dugan, and 
R. E. Rogers. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-274R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048274 Price code: CP T12 



WIGL2 is a one-dimensional two-group space-time diffusion 
theory program with zero, one, or six delayed neutron groups. 
The program will treat slab, cylindrical, and spherical geome- 
tries and includes non-boiling heat transfer. It accounts for 
xenon feedback and feedback effects due to fuel and coolant 
temperature. Control rod motion and control system feedback 
based on total core power or outlet coolant temperature can 
be simulated. Transients may be excited by prescribed 
changes in inlet coolant temperature, coolant flow rate, or rod 
position. For the 6600 no restrictions are placed on single pa- 
rameters related to problem size. The total amount of storage 
set aside for all parameters is 14,000 memory locations. This 
allows the user to decide which area requires a more detailed 
representation. For the 1108 - let i = number of delay 
groups n = number of compositions ndt = number of 
changes in time-step size p = number of spatial points k = 
number of thermal-hydraulic regions r = number of nuclear 
regions then (3*ndt + (3+ i) * r + 40*n + 6*k + (8+ 
i)*p + i) less than or equal to 12,000 and (26*p + r + 
16*k + 12) less than or equal to 16,000. (ERA citation 
08:022443)...Software Description: CDC6600;UNIVAC1108; 
IBM370; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.0 (CDC6600). EXEC 2 
GAX27 (UNIVAC1108), and OS/370 (IBM370); On the 6600 
WIGL2 requires 130,000 (octal) central memory words and 
one disk is used for storage of permanent files. The number 
of central memory words required could be decreased by de- 
creasing the amount of storage set aside for parameters. On 
the 1108 64K of core memory and 2 tapes (input and output) 
are used. The 370 version uses 350K bytes of memory and a 
card punch. 

PDQ8;PDQ7; One-, Two-, or Three-Dimensional, Few 
Group Diffusion Depletion. 

W. R. Cadwell, C. J. Pfeifer, and C. J. Spitz. 
Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-275R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048275 Price code: CP T99 

The PDQ series of programs is designed to solve the neutron 
diffusion-depletion problem in one, two or three dimensions. 
Very large problems can be accommodated. The three-di- 
mensional spatial calculation may be either explicit or discon- 
tinuous trial function synthesis. Up to five lethargy groups are 
permitted. The fast group treatment may be simplified P(3), 
and the thermal neutrons may be represented by a single 
group or a pair of overlapping groups. Adjoint, fixed source, 
one iteration, additive fixed source, eigenvalue, and boundary 
value calculations may be performed. The programs utilize 
the HARMONY system to allow for time-dependent represen- 
tation of cross section variation and generalized depletion 
chain solutions. In PDQ8 the depletion is a combination gross 
block depletion for all nuclides as well as a fine block deple- 
tion for a specified subset of the nuclides. The geometries 
available include rectangular, cylindrical, spherical, hexagonal, 
and, in PDQ8 only, a very general quadrilateral geometry with 
diagonal interfaces. All geometries allow variable mesh in all 
dimensions. Various control searches as well as temperature 
and xenon feedbacks are provided. The total number of 
groups is limited to five, although six equations may be solved 
if the P(3) option is used. All storage is dynamic so no fixed 
problem size limits are imposed. (ERA citation 
08:022444). ..Software Description: 

CDC7600,6600,CYBER175,170;IBM360; PDQ8 - FORTRAN 
and COMPASS (RUN and FTN compatible); PDQ7 - FOR- 
TRAN IV and COMPASS (CDC CYBER175), FORTRAN 



COMPUTERS, CONTROL & INFORMATION THEORY 



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FTN4.6 (CDC7600), FORTRAN IV (H) and BAL (IBM360); 
PDQ8 - SCOPE 1.1 (CDC7600), SCOPE 3.3 (CDC6600); 
PDQ7 - NOS 1.2 (CDC CYBER175), SCOPE 2.1.4 
(CDC7600), OS/360 (IBM360); On CDC systems the central 
memory size should be at least 65K, the program will utilize 
up to 1000K of extended core memory, and up to four disks 
transferring in parallel. The IBM360 version of PDQ7 requires 
at least 400K bytes of memory and auxiliary disk storage 
(Models 2314 or 3330). 

AVOID; Annular Void Cross Section Calculation. 

W. B. Henderson. 

General Electric Co., Cincinnati, OH. Nuclear Materials and 
Propulsion Operation. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-276 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048276 Price code: CP T03 

AVOID computes the equivalent diffusion coefficient and loss 
cross section of an annular void in a cylindrical reactor and 
the radial flux distribution in the void. (ERA citation 
08:022445)...Software Description: GE625; FORTRAN IV; 
GECOS; 1 2K core memory exclusive of system use. 

HAMMER;LITHE;HELP; Critical Analysis System. 

H. C. Honeck. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SO Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-277 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048277 Price code: CP T1 5 

HAMMER performs infinite lattice, one-dimensional cell multi- 
group calculations, followed (optionally) by one-dimensional, 
few-group, multiregion reactor calculations with neutron bal- 
ance edits. Cell calculations - maxima of 30 thermal groups, 
54 epithermal groups, 20 space points, 20 regions, 18 iso- 
topes, 10 mixtures, 3 thermal upscattering mixtures, 200 re- 
sonances per group no overlap or interference single level 
only. Reactor calculations - maxima of 40 regions, 40 mix- 
tures, 250 space points, 4 groups. (ERA citation 
08:020502)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV and 
BAL; OS/360; 51 2K bytes and 10 sequential data sets. 

WHAM6; Liquid-Filled Piping System Analysis. 

V. T. Berta, and H. Edwards. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-278 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048278 Price code: CP T09 

WHAM6 is used to calculate pressure and velocity transients 
in liquid-filled piping networks. It can be applied to multiloop 
complex piping networks consisting of dead ends, elbows, ori- 
fices, multiple-branch tees, changes of flow passage cross 
section, check valves, pumps, pressurizers or tanks, and exit 
valves or breaks. Hydraulic losses are considered. Transients 
can be initiated either by closure or opening of one or more 
exit valves (equivalent to system ruptures) or by a prescribed 
gas pressure history in a pressurizer tank. Maxima of 1 00 legs 
50 nodes per leg 2 different valves or breaks (additional ones 
have the properties of the second one) 4 pumps 1 pressurizer 



1 case per execution. The limits of 100 legs and 50 nodes 
per leg are imposed by DIMENSION and DATA statements, 
and can be changed to accommodate other models when- 
ever memory space is available. Applications using 244 legs, 
26 nodes per leg, for the hydraulic model have been complet- 
ed at EG and G. Turbine operation range is not considered 
because it is assumed that each pump is provided with a 
check valve. (ERA citation 08:020562). ..Software Description: 
IBM360,370;CDC6600,7600; FORTRAN IV and BAL 
(IBM360). FORTRAN IV (CDC7600); OS/360,370 
(IBM360.370), SCOPE 2.1.3 (CDC7600); 480K bytes of 
memory (IBM370/195), 101,000 (octal) words. 

LEOPARD;SPOTS; Spectrum Calculations with Depletion. 

R. F. Barry, and H. E. P. Krug, Jr. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pittsburgh, PA. Atomic Power 

Div. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-279 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048279 Price code: CP T12 

LEOPARD is a unit cell homogenization and spectrum gen- 
eration (MUFT-SOFOCATE type) program with a fuel deple- 
tion option. LEOPARD works with nuclides commonly used in 
water reactors. Thorium and U238 fuel chains are allowed. 
(ERA citation 08:020503)...Software Description: IBM360; 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV(H) (IBM360) and FORTRAN V 
(UNIVAC1108); OS/360 (IBM360) and EXEC2 (UNIVAC1108); 
50K (decimal) memory. 

M0807; Two-Dimensional Diffusion Absorption Removal 
Cross Sections. 

C. H. Rutherford. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-280R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048280 Price code: CP T09 

M0807 solves the two-dimensional fixed-source diffusion 
equation for the absorption and removal macroscopic cross 
sections required to yield a specified reaction rate distribution. 
Two geometries are permitted, rectangular and 60-degree 
parallelogram. In rectangular geometry 70x70 mesh points are 
permitted and 60x60 for parallelogram geometry. As many as 
99 composition are allowed per problem. (ERA citation 
08:022446)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 2.0; 64K core storage, card reader, printer, and one 
auxiliary storage unit. 

SEALSHELL2;M0110; Shell Stress Analysis for 
Axisymmetric Loading. 

C. M. Friedrich, P. G. Garside, and W. P. Kunkel. 
Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-282R US. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048282 Price code: CP T1 1 

The SEALSHELL2 program determines stresses, strains, de- 
flections, and reactions in a thick shell of revolution with axi- 
symmetric loading. The loading consists of a temperature dis- 
tribution, inside and outside pressure distributions, and cir- 
cumferential forces and moments applied to the middle sur- 



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face. The shell is linear-elastic with tensile, bending, and 
shear strains. (ERA citation 08:021 310). ..Software Descrip- 
tion: CDC6600,7600;IBM360; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.0 
(CDC6600) and OS/360 (IBM360); 32K memory (CDC6600), 
65K (octal) words memory (CDC7600), 185K bytes memory. 

M0552; Dynamic Analysis of Linear Elastic Systems. 

E. A. Zanoni. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-283R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048283 Price code: CP T09 

M0552 solves the transient response problem of linear elas- 
tic, lumped-mass systems subjected to a unidirectional foun- 
dation transient that can be either a velocity or acceleration 
transient. Normal mode theory is used and the input to the 
program consists of the mode shapes, frequencies, and foun- 
dation transient. Element effects are also evaluated as a 
function of time. Modal damping coefficients may be speci- 
fied. The total number of points used to describe the transient 
is limited to 2000. An option is provided to enable specifica- 
tion of a general trigonometric series having up to 20 terms, 
as the transient. The number of modes and mass points that 
can be considered is limited to 50. (ERA citation 
08:02131 1)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 2.0; Input tape, output tape, 2 scratch tapes, printer, 
CDC-280 microfilm plotter. 

M0555;ACT1; Loss-of -Coolant Accident Analysis. 

G. M. Fuls. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-284R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048284 Price code: CP T1 1 

This program will predict the pressure transient in the contain- 
ment vessel as a function of time as a result of a major rup- 
ture in the primary system of a pressurized water reactor. 
Means are available for introducing water and heat into the 
containment vessel. There are also provisions for specifying 
various types of heat sinks for energy absorption. The tem- 
perature distribution in these heat sinks is calculated as a 
function of time. Discharge rates of the containment may also 
be determined as a function of both time and the internal 
pressure. There are three regular inflow tables, one table for 
spray flow, 20 heat sinks, two linear and one log-log heat 
input tables, and two special inflow tables for FLASH output. 
(ERA citation 08:020563)...Software Description: CDC6600; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.0. 

RESQ2;RESQ0;DBFL; Resonance Integral for a Hexagonal 
Cell. 

B. L Anderson. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-285R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048285 Price code: CP T13 

RESQ2 calculates the resonance integral in a two-dimension- 
al, hexagonal system consisting of fuel, clad and water with a 
reflecting boundary condition. Resonance isotopes are 



lumped together with an averaged mass. Maximum number of 
energy points = 8001. Maximum number of isotopes = 15. 
(ERA citation 08:020601 )...Software Description: CDC6600; 
FORTRAN IV (98%) and ASCENT (2%); SCOPE 2.0; 40K 
memory, one tape for the library tape, one tape or disk for 
scratch. 

HOT2; Two-Dimensional Transient Heat Conduction 
Program. 

W. D. Peterson. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-286R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048286 Price code: CP T1 4 

HOT2 is a digital computer program to solve two-dimensional 
plane and axially symmetric steady-state and transient heat 
conduction problems with diagonal boundaries and interfaces. 
Mesh spacing (at most 5000 points) is completely variable. As 
many as 99 regions are permitted in order to describe spatial 
variations in material properties, heat generation rates, and 
boundary conditions. The heat generation rate and boundary 
conditions may vary with time. Contact resistances are not in- 
cluded in the program computations, but must be approximat- 
ed by use of thin regions of a low-conductivity material. Heat 
generation rates, boundary film coefficients, and boundary 
sink temperatures are assumed to be known. The program is 
intended to handle up to 99 regions, 5000 mesh points, 250 
mesh points in each coordinate direction. (ERA citation 
08:021 408)..Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 2.0; 64K memory, card reader, printer, and punch, 
one system disk and 4 non-system disks, each on its own 
channel. 

BISYN; Two-Dimensional, Multigroup Diffusion Synthesis 
Calculations. 

P. Greebler, M. D. Keiley, R. A. Davis, C. E. Keck, and W. A. 

Duncan. 

General Electric Co., San Jose, CA. Nuclear Energy Div. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-287 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048287 Price code: CP T1 5 

BISYN solves the two-dimensional, multigroup, neutron diffu- 
sion equations in x-y or r-z geometry using a noniterative syn- 
thesis method. This approach is designed to greatly reduce 
the computer cost of running two-dimensional multigroup 
problems at the risk of some loss in accuracy of the detailed 
flux distribution. Maximum number of regions in each dimen- 
sion = 8. Maximum number of mesh points in each dimen- 
sion = 75. Maximum number of energy groups = 16. Maxi- 
mum downscatter = 8. (ERA citation 08:022447)...Software 
Description: GE635;UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; GECOS III, 
SDL1 (GE635) and EXEC2 (UNIVAC1108); 47,000 words of 
memory, disk, drum, and 2 tapes for the GE635. 54K of fast 
memory, 2 tape drives, 510,000 words of peripheral storage 
and the ability to segment for the UNIVAC1 108. 

GAKER; Inelastic Scattering Cross Section Calculations 
for Moderators. 

D. H. Houston. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-289 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 



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Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NT1S 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048289 Price code: CP T03 

The GAKER code evaluates the inelastic, double-differential 
neutron scattering cross sections for moderators with phonon 
spectra which can be represented as sums of delta-functions. 
It is based on the original model for light water by Nelkin, 
which consisted of a translator, a hindered rotator (treated as 
an isotropic oscillator), and several vibrational oscillators. The 
code has been modified several times to include more oscilla- 
tors and to treat anisotropic effects. Final energy-integrated 
cross sections are also calculated. Maxima of 75 energies 30 
scattering angles 2 Legendre moments of the scattering 
kernel 3 vibrational oscillators. Only the latter may not be 
easily changed. Reference report. GA-5798 pp. 155-162, and 
Note. (ERA citation 08:022448)...Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2; 32K memory and 2 
scratch files. 

GASA (GA Stability Analysis); Stability Analysis for 
Reactor Kinetic Equations. 

A. Baxter. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-290 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048290 Price code: CP T09 

GASA determines the stability of any physical system whose 
motion is describable by a set of first-order linear differential 
equations. In particular GASA evaluates the stability of a re- 
actor described by the linear reactor kinetics equations with 
temperature feedback, against perturbations about any oper- 
ating power level. The program will also calculate and plot the 
transfer function between any state variable of the system 
and a given external forcing function (such as an external re- 
activity perturbation) or another state variable of the system. 
(ERA citation 08:020504)...Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2; 64K memory. 

HEXSCAT; Elastic Scattering Cross Sections Hexagonal 
Lattices. 

Y. D. Naliboff. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-291 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048291 Price code: CP T03 

HEXSCAT calculates P0 through P3 components of the poly- 
crystalline coherent elastic neutron scattering cross section 
per nucleus for a hexagonal lattice. The code averages point 
values over input group boundaries to give smoothed group 
cross sections. (ERA citation 08:022449). ..Software Descrip- 
tion: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2; 64K storage on the 
UNIVAC1108. 

PSEUDO; Statistical Resonance Parameter Calculations. 

D. Mathews, and LG.de Viedma. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-292 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 



DE83048292 



Price code: CP T03 



Resonance parameters are constructed from average nuclear 
properties in the unresolved resonance region. (ERA citation 
08:022450).. .Software Description: UNIVAC1108;IBM360; 
FORTRAN IV; EXEC2 (UNIVAC1108), OS/360 (IBM360); 15K 
memory. 

M0899;HOH; Steam Tables 14.5-2538 Psia. 

L L. Lynn. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-294R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048294 Price code: CP T09 

By making calls on a subroutine called HOH, M0899 edits 
thermodynamic and transport properties of water over the 
range 14.5 to 2538 psia and up to 608 degrees Fahrenheit 
below saturation and 932 degrees Fahrenheit above satura- 
tion. (ERA citation 08:021 150)...Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.0; On the CDC6600 a 
FORTRAN IV compiler plus about 3000 storage locations for 
subroutine HOH and 10,000 locations for the main program. 

FLASH3; Loss-of-Coolant Accident Analysis. 

J. A. Redfield, J. H. Murphy, and V. C. Davis. 
Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-295R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048295 Price code: CP T13 

FLASH3 determines the transient response of a water-cooled 
reactor to a loss-of-coolant accident or severe variable pres- 
sure operation. The reactor plant must be represented by 20 
or less pressure-determining nodes and 40 or less flow paths. 
The plant and core geometry are assumed fixed in time. 
Hence, the solution is not applicable after significant core 
melting. (ERA citation 08:020564). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.1; 64K memory. 

GRDWRK; Grid Generation for Safe Programs. 

D. A. Doering. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-296 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048296 Price code: CP T09 

GRDWRK generates as punched output the basic finite ele- 
ment reference grid work for the SAFE codes. This generated 
grid consists of triangular elements and nodes, uniaxial ele- 
ments, such as reinforcement bars, tendons, and anchors, 
and biaxial membranes, such as any thin shell or liner. The 
punched output serves as direct input data to the SAFE 
codes. (ERA citation 08:021 31 2)...Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2, GAX23B through 
GAX27; 20,100 words plus operating system. 

GGC4; Multigroup Cross Sections Fast Thermal Spectra. 

D. R. Mathews, and D. W. Drawbaugh. 
General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-298 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 



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inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048298 Price code: CP T1 5 

The GGC4 program solves the multigroup spectrum equations 
with spatial dependence represented by a single input buck- 
ling. Broad group cross sections (shielded or unshielded) are 
prepared for diffusion and transport codes by averaging with 
the calculated spectra over input-designated energy limits. 
The code is divided into three main parts. A fast (GAM) sec- 
tion which covers the energy range from 14.9 MeV to 0.414 
eV, a thermal (GATHER) section which covers the energy 
range from 0.001 to 2.38 eV, and a combining (COMBO) sec- 
tion which combines fast and thermal cross sections into 
single sets. Basic nuclear data for the fast section which con- 
sists of fine group-averaged cross sections and resonance 
parameters is read from a data tape. The fine group absorp- 
tion and fission cross sections may be adjusted by performing 
a resonance integral calculation. Utilizing a fission source and 
an input buckling, the code solves the P1, B1, B2, or B3 ap- 
proximation to obtain the energy-dependent fast spectrum. 
Two or six spatial moments of the spectrum (due to a plane 
source) may also be evaluated. Instead of performing a spec- 
trum calculation, the user may enter the Legendre compo- 
nents of the angular flux directly. For as many input-designat- 
ed broad group structures as desired, the code calculates 
and saves (for the combining section) spectrum-weighted 
averages of microscopic and macroscopic cross sections and 
transfer arrays. Slowing down sources are calculated and 
saved for use in the lower energy range. Given basic nuclear 
data, the thermal section of GGC4 determines a thermal 
spectrum by either reading it as input, by calculating a Max- 
wellian spectrum for a given temperature, or by an iterative 
solution of the P0, BO, P1, or B1 equations for an input buck- 
ling. Maxima of 99 fast groups 101 thermal fine groups 99 
fast broad groups 50 thermal broad groups 50 broad groups 
in the combining section 250 resonances per nuclide 2 mod- 
erators admixed with a resonance absorber 305 entries in the 
escape probability table for cylindrical geometries 505 entries 
in the escape probability table for slab geometries. The 
energy dependence of the input bucklings is restricted to sep- 
arate energy-independent fast- and thermal-section values 
(positive, negative or zero values are allowed in either sec- 
tion). (ERA citation 08:022451). ..Software Description: The 
program is written in FORTRAN versions 5 and 4 for imple- 
mentation on a UNIVAC1108 and CDC6600, respectively, 
under the EXEC8 and SCOPE operating systems. Maximum 
memory requirement is 64K (with 11 tape units) for the 
UNIVAC1108, 165K (octal) with overlay for the CDC6600. 

LION4;LION; Three-Dimensional Temperature Distribution 
Program. 

E. J. Binney, D. Bartkowski, G. Krevolin, and A. Peronilla. 
Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-299R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048299 Price code: CP T1 1 

LION4 is a computer program for calculating one-, two-, or 
three-dimensional transient and steady-state temperature dis- 
tributions in reactor and reactor plant components. It is used 
primarily for thermal-structural analyses. It utilizes finite differ- 
ence techniques with first-order forward difference integration 
and is capable of handling a wide variety of bounding condi- 
tions. Heat transfer situations accommodated include forced 
and free convection in both reduced and fully-automated tem- 



perature dependent forms, coolant flow effects, a limited ther- 
mal radiation capability, a stationary or stagnant fluid gap, a 
dual dependency (temperature difference and temperature 
level) heat transfer, an alternative heat transfer mode com- 
parison and selection facility combined with heat flux direction 
sensor, and any form of time-dependent boundary tempera- 
tures. The program, which handles time and space dependent 
internal heat generation, can also provide temperature de- 
pendent material properties with limited non-isotropic proper- 
ties. User-oriented capabilities available include temperature 
means with various weightings and a complete heat flow rate 
surveillance system. (ERA citation 08:020565). ..Software De- 
scription: CDC6600,7600;UNIVAC1108;IBM360,370; FOR- 
TRAN IV and ASCENT (CDC6600,7600), FORTRAN IV 
(UNIVAC1108A.B and IBM360.370); SCOPE (CDC6600.7600), 
EXECS (UNIVAC1108A.B), OS/360,370 (IBM360.370); The 
CDC6600 version plotter routine LAPL4 is used to produce 
the input required by the associated CalComp plotter for 
graphical output. The IBM360 version requires 350K for exe- 
cution and one additional input/output unit besides the stand- 
ard units. 

SAFE-CREEP; Viscoelastic Analysis of Concrete. 

F. De Arriaga. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-300 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048300 Price code: CP T09 

SAFE-CREEP performs a viscoelastic analysis of plane or axi- 
symmetric composite concrete structures with age- and tem- 
perature-dependent creep data.(ERA citation 
08:0211 51 )...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
IV; 65K memory and 13 tapes. 

FREVAP6; HTGR Metallic Fission Product Release. 

V. H. Pierce. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-301 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048301 Price code: CP T09 

The FREVAP type of code for estimating the release of 
longer-lived metallic fission products from HTGR fuel ele- 
ments has been developed to take into account the combined 
effects of the retention of metallic fission products by fuel 
particles and the rather strong absorption of these fission 
products by the graphite of the fuel elements. Release calcu- 
lations are made on the basis that the loss of fission product 
nuclides such as strontium, cesium, and barium is determined 
by their evaporation from the graphite surfaces and their tran- 
spiration induced by the flowing helium coolant. The code is 
devised so that changes of fission rate (fuel element power), 
fuel temperature, and graphite temperature may be incorpo- 
rated into the calculation. Temperature is quite important in 
determining release because, in general, both release from 
fuel particles and loss by evaporation (transpiration) vary ex- 
ponentially with the reciprocal of the absolute temperature. 
Maxima of 5 isotopes 10 time intervals for time-dependent 
variable 49 segments (times number of isotopes) 5 different 
output print time-steps. (ERA citation 08:020602)...Software 
Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2, GAX27; 
64K memory with 2 tapes. 



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GAFFE; Equilibrium Fuel Cycle Calculation. 

S. Jaye. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-302 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048302 Price code: CP T1 1 

A zero-dimensional calculation of feed fuel requirements is 
performed to produce a specified end of cycle multiplication 
factor for the equilibrium fuel cycle, given feed composition, 
length of cycle and reactor power. It is alternately possible to 
compute cycle length or feed enrichment. The code is a 
survey tool which assumes periodic refueling and permits 
complete or partial recycling of materials. The segregated fuel 
concept can be handled within the framework of the calcula- 
tion. Maxima of 18 energy groups, 50 total nuclides, 3 nu- 
clides with full transfer matrix. (ERA citation 08:020470)...Soft- 
ware Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2; 
GAX27; 65K memory and 2 tapes. 

BLOOST6; Combined Kinetics Two-Dimensional Heat 
Transfer. 

M. H. Merrill. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-303 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048303 Price code: CP T13 

BLOOST6 combines a reactor space-independent kinetics 
code with a two-dimensional heat transfer code, and a time- 
dependent spherical geometry heat transfer routine for fuel 
particles. The code is applicable to problems for which the 
space-independent form of the reactor kinetics equation is 
applicable. Two-dimensional heat transfer routines are limited 
to r-z geometry, 36 regions, 19 materials, 15 radial mesh 
points, 20 axial mesh points, 6 radial region boundaries, 10 
axial region boundaries, and inner and outer axial coolants. 
Kinetics equations allow 6 delayed groups and 2 temperature 
coefficients. Two types of fuel particles are permitted. (ERA 
citation 08:020505)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; 
FORTRAN IV and Assembly language; EXEC2, GAX27; 64K 
memory with 2 tapes. 

PERT4; Two-Dimensional Perturbation in Xy, Rz, and R- 
theta Geometry. 

W. W. Little, Jr. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-304 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048304 Price code: CP T09 

PERT4 computes reactivity coefficient traverses in x-y, r-z, or 
r-theta geometry using the first-order perturbation equations in 
the diffusion approximation. Flux and adjoint input can be 
taken directly from 2-D calculations or synthesized from radial 
and axial 1-D calculations. The code can also be used to 
compute activity traverses for any cross section of any mate- 
rial, the neutron generation time, and the effective delayed 
neutron fraction. PERT4 will handle up to 26 energy groups 
with a 50 x 50 spatial mesh. (ERA citation 08:020506)...Soft- 
ware Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; 65K memory. 



FCC4; Fundamental Mode Fast Reactor Cross Section 
Calculations. 

W. W. Little, Jr., and R. W. Hardie. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-306 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048306 Price code: CP T1 1 

FCC4 is a multipurpose data manipulation code for use in fast 
reactor analysis. The code can be used to - (a) compute res- 
onance-shielded cross sections using data in the Russian 
format (shielding factors and infinite-dilution cross sections), 
(b) compute multigroup fundamental-mode flux and adjoint 
flux, (c) compute and punch group-collapsed microscopic or 
macroscopic cross sections in the DTF format, (d) compute 
fuel burnup at constant flux or power density. FCC4 will 
handle up to 40 energy groups and 10 downscattering terms 
with 14 isotopes. (ERA citation 08:020243)...Software De- 
scription: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; 65K memory. 

HWOCR-SAFE; Two-Dimensional Monte Carlo Ceil 
Calculation. 

L. B. Levitt, and R. C. Lewis. 

Atomics International, Canoga Park, CA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-307 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048307 Price code: CP T1 2 

HWOCR-SAFE is a Monte Carlo thermal reactor analysis pro- 
gram designed for use with proposed HWOCR lattice configu- 
rations. It is a benchmark tool to check multigroup diffusion 
and transport calculations and to evaluate the effect of their 
use of geometric approximations. The HWOCR-SAFE pro- 
gram is a two-dimensional cell code in which the cell is as- 
sumed to be rectangular. Up to 20 material regions (zones) 
can be specified where one of the zones is completely de- 
scribed by the cell boundaries. All other zones are assigned 
concentric cylinders which lie within a cylinder described as 
outer wall boundary, or within the right circular cylindrical rods 
which are inserted in the innermost cylinder designated as the 
inner wall boundary. Up to 40 rods may be inserted, and 6 
types of rod may be specified. (ERA citation 
08:020507)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV (H) 
and BAL; OS/360. 

JUPITOR1;JP1; Coupled Channel Cross Section 
Evaluation. 

L. G. de Viedma. 

NEA Data Bank, 91 - Gif-sur-Yvette (France). 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-308 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048308 Price code: CP T12 

JUPITOR1 is used to perform coupled-channel calculations to 
evaluate the cross sections for the scattering of nuclear parti- 
cles by various collective nucleii. Maxima of six states and 30 
partial waves can be coupled at one time. If the projectile 
energy becomes negative in some excited channels this maxi- 
mum is reduced to 25 partial waves. The maximum value of 
the orbital angular momentum is 69. Differential cross sec- 
tions for up to 100 angles for any number of states can be 
computed unless a polarized beam or target is considered, in 



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which case the maximum is 35. (ERA citation 
08:022452)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360; 300K bytes of storage. 

TSN; Spatially-Dependent Reactor Kinetics. 

W. A. Rhoades. 

Atomics International, Canoga Park, CA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-309 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048309 Price code: CP T1 1 

The time-dependent neutron transport equation is solved. 
Energy deposition is allowed to cause variation in the neutron 
cross sections for the core region, in the core density, and in 
core height. The result is a kinetics calculation including spa- 
tial dependence both in feedback effects and in neutron den- 
sity. The results are summarized in a manner similar to point- 
kinetics codes, and spatial distributions are also given. Graph- 
ical summaries of the significant variables and spatial distribu- 
tions are given. In the IBM360 version, either the neutron 
yield from fission or the thickness of a specified zone can be 
changed as an independent function of time as specified by 
the user. This provides two ways of allowing explicit reactivity 
variation with time. 2 velocity groups, 100 spatial intervals, 1- 
dimensional geometry S4 (cylindrical) or S6 (plane or sphere). 
(ERA citation 08:020508)...Software Description: IBM360; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/360; IBM360 Model 50H or larger. 

GAKIN2; 10 Multigroup, Time-Dependent Diffusion. 

E. T. Dugan. 

Florida Univ., Gainesville. Dept. of Nuclear Engineering 

Sciences. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-310 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048310 Price code: CP T1 1 

GAKIN2 solves the time-dependent multigroup neutron diffu- 
sion equations in one space dimension. Variable dimensioning 
permits accommodation of any number of energy groups, 
space points, and material regions, within the limits of avail- 
able storage. The number of delayed neutron groups is limit- 
ed to 6. The number of bytes allocated for data storage is a 
function of the dimension of COMMON block A. The size of 

A, which is also the value of the variable MAX, must be great- 
er than 8(P(G+ D) + 2GD + 10G + G(G+ 1) + 2SR + 
19RG + RG**2 + 11P + 4PG + 2N + 50) where R is 
the number of regions, G is the number of neutron energy 
groups, D is the number of delayed neutron groups, P is the 
number of space points, and N is the number of test points 
for testing convergence and predicting transformation fre- 
quencies (recommended value is one or two times the 
number of material regions, R). (ERA citation 
08:022453)...Software Description: IBM370; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/370; 275K bytes of storage on an IBM370/195. 

BURNUP; Heavy Element Isotopic Burnup Analysis. 

B. F. Rider, J. P. Peterson, Jr., F. R. Smith, and T. V. 
McLaughlin. 

General Electric Co., Pleasanton, CA. Vallecitos Nucleonics 
Lab. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-31 1 U.S. Sales Only. 
Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 
recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 
mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 
questions. 



DE83048311 



Price code: CPT12 



BURNUP correlates heavy element isotopic analysis with fis- 
sion product neodymium, uranium, and plutonium concentra- 
tions in an irradiated uranium fuel for calculation of burnup 
(atom per cent fission and MWD/MT). Reactor parameters, 
including effective neutron absorption cross sections for all 
uranium and plutonium isotopes, capture-to-fission ratios for 
U235, Pu239, and Pu241, a two-group description of the neu- 
tron spectrum, the average neutron temperature, the reactor 
fast fission factor, and the distribution of the sources of fis- 
sion among the fissionable nuclides are computed from the 
experimental data obtained from the mass spectrometric 
analysis of uranium, plutonium, and neodymium. A maximum 
of 50 samples can be run in any one case. Although a single 
sample can be processed, the averaging procedures for nu- 
clear constants are most effective when 5 to 50 samples from 
the same fuel load are pooled in a single case. (ERA citation 
08:020509)...Software Description: GE635; FORTRAN IV; 
GECOS; 32K memory and an on-line printer. 

CINDER;M0102; Point Depletion Fission Product. 

T. R. England, T. C. Gorrell, and J. H. Hightower. 
Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-31 3 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048313 Price code: CP T1 1 

CINDER is a four-group, one-point depletion and fission prod- 
uct program based on the evaluation of a general analytical 
solution of nuclides coupled in any linear sequence of radio- 
active decays and neutron absorptions in a specified neutron 
flux spectrum. The desired depletion and fission product 
chains and all physical data are specified by the problem 
originator. The program computes individual nuclide number 
densities, activities, nine energy-group disintegration rates, 
and macroscopic and barns/fission poisons at each time-step 
as well as selected summaries of these data. The program is 
limited to 500 total nuclides formed in up to 240 chains of 20 
or fewer nuclides each. Up to 10 nuclides may act as fission 
product sources, contributing to power, and as many as 99 
time-steps of arbitrary length are permitted. All stable nuclides 
must have a cross section if zero power time-increments are 
anticipated. (ERA citation 08:020510). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; IBM360; FORTRAN IV (CDC6600), FORTRAN IV 
and BAL. 

GAFGAR;P3T;PROC;TAPCOP; Spectra and Group- 
Averaged Cross Section Calculation. 

R. J. Archibald, D. R. Matthews, R. T. Shanstrom, C. A. 
Stevens, and R. M. Wagner. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-316 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048316 Price code: CP T12 

The problem is to obtain very detailed neutron flux and cur- 
rent distributions as functions of energy considering explicitly 
the possible overlap effects between resonances of a reso- 
nance absorber and of mixtures of resonance absorbers and 
to use these distributions to prepare group-averaged cross 
sections and transfer arrays for use in fast reactor analyses. 
The maximum of 1 740 fine groups in the GAF section may be 
subdivided into 10 or less sets of fine groups having a con- 



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17 



stant lethargy width. The GAR section requires a uniform 
spacing between the maximum of 14,700 discrete velocities. 
The maximum number of nuclides in a problem is 20, and the 
maximum total number of broad groups (output for nuclear 
design calculations) is 99 with a maximum of 20 broad groups 
in the GAR section. (ERA citation 08:02051 1)...Software De- 
scription: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2, GAX33A; 52K 
of available fast memory and 5 magnetic tape units plus 5 
scratch files (drum files are used on the UNIVAC1108) total- 
ing about 600K in capacity. 

GAPOTKIN; Space-Independent Reactor Kinetics. 

P. K. Koch. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-317 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048317 Price code: CP T09 

GAPOTKIN is a point-kinetics code that solves the space-in- 
dependent kinetics equations for a very general form of the 
reactivity function. GAPOTKIN will handle up to 20 time zones 
and will allow for 50 power-dependent or energy-dependent 
reactivity coefficients per time zone if tables are used. Gener- 
al data are stored for up to 500 time-steps and time delay 
data are stored for 10,000 time-steps. (ERA citation 
08:02051 2)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
IV; EXEC2, GAX29; GAPOTKIN requires 4100 storage loca- 
tions. The data storage requirement is roughly 33,000 loca- 
tions. Two I/O devices are required for reading and printing 
and one additional I/O device is necessary if .the program is 
loaded from tape. 



DE83048319 



Price code: CPT12 



GASP7 calculates the one-dimensional distribution of fissile 
and fertile materials in a nuclear reactor which will yield any 
desired power distribution during the burnup history of the re- 
actor core. A poison and poison distribution search for a de- 
sired multiplication and minimum power distribution perturba- 
tion can also be performed. Maxima of 7 energy groups 4 
thermal neutron energy groups 151 mesh points 20 regions 
45 different materials in each region 80 different cross section 
sets. Downscattering from the fast groups into the next lower 
group only is permitted. The geometry assumed is cylindrical, 
and either radial or axial flux distributions may be calculated. 
(ERA citation 08:022455). ..Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2; 65K UNIVAC1108 or 
1107 and 3 tapes (input, output, system). 

TEMC07; Temperature Coefficient Calculation. 

M. R. Wagner. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-320 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048320 Price code: CP T1 2 

TEMC07 computes reactor temperature coefficients. Maxima 
of 25 temperatures 3 fast energy groups 1-4 thermal energy 
groups 20 regions 151 mesh points 60 subregions 40 nu- 
clides per subregions 80 cross section sets per temperature. 
(ERA citation 08:022456)...Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2; 65K UNIVAC1108 or 
1107 and 3 tapes (input, output, system). 



FEVER7; One-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion and 
Depletion. 

M. R. Wagner. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-318 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048318 Price code: CP T1 2 

FEVER7 performs a multigroup, 1 -dimensional depletion cal- 
culation which allows fuel in various stages of irradiation to be 
homogenized into the same region for purposes of the diffu- 
sion calculation but follows the depletion of each of the su- 
bregions separately. The calculation may be interrupted peri- 
odically for refueling one or more regions. Recycling is option- 
al and there is no limit to the number of refuelings which may 
be performed. A control poison search is available and con- 
centration dependent self-shielding factors may be applied to 
a number of lumped poisons. Maxima of 7 energy groups 151 
mesh points 20 regions 60 subregions 45 nuclides per subre- 
gion fixed sets of heavy nuclides. (ERA citation 08:022454)... 
Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2; 
65K UNIVAC1108 or 1107 and 3 tapes (input, output, 
system). 

GASP7; One-Dimensional Burnup Power Distribution 
Search. 

W. A. Simon, M. R. Wagner, and K. R. Van Howe. 
General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-319 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 



EXPALS; Least Squares Exponential Decay Curves. 

C. D. Gardner. 

Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-321 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048321 Price code: CP T09 

This program fits by least squares a function which is a linear 
combination of real exponential decay functions. The function 
is y(k) = summation over j of a(j) * exp(-lambdafj) * k). 
Values of the independent variable (k) and the dependent 
variable y(k) are specified as input data. Weights may be 
specified as input information or set by the program (w(k) = 
1/y(k)). Generally, it is desirable to have at least 10n observa- 
tions where n equals the number of terms and to input k+ n 
significant figures if k significant figures are expected. (ERA 
citation 08:021 289)...Software Description: CDC7600.6600; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1; EXPALS requires 74,062 (octal) 
words with the maximum number of observations or interpo- 
lated values (MMX) set at 200 and the maximum number of 
values for the lambda calculation (NMX) set at 25. 

ISOSEARCH; Isotope Production Flux, Cross Section 
Calculations. 

C. W. Friend, R. E. Lewis, and A. R. Jenkins. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

322 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048322 Price code: CP T09 



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COMPUTERS, CONTROL & INFORMATION THEORY 



The program was developed to calculate the unknown reac- 
tion cross section, flux value, or product activity in an isotope- 
production scheme consisting of two or three nuclides. (ERA 
citation 08:021 290)...Software Description: IBM360; FOR- 
TRAN IV and BAL. 

FRANTIC; Least Squares Fit Sum of Exponentiate. 

A. J. Strecok. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-324 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048324 Price code: CP T09 

FRANTIC is designed to process raw counting data and to fit 
in the least squares sense these data to the multiple expo- 
nential growth and decay equations. The program can be 
used for sums of exponentials with positive, negative, or zero 
exponents and positive or negative coefficients. The program 
is designed to accommodate up to 400 data points for a max- 
imum of 10 components. (ERA citation 08:021 291).. .Software 
Description: IBM370; FORTRAN IV; OS/370; FRANTIC uses 
approximately 180K bytes of storage for execution. 



afterglow heating. Scrams can be initiated by delayed signals 
from instruments that sense any quantity calculated, e.g., 
power, inverse period or temperature. Generalized feedback 
equations are used to provide flexibility in the models that 
represent multichannel heat transfer including conduction and 
convection, energy, pressure and other phenomenon such as 
fuel melting, coolant boiling and voiding burn-out. The reactiv- 
ity equation is also generalized. The reactivity feedback coef- 
ficients can be constant or vary as the square root or recipro- 
cal of temperature. Furthermore, any feedback variable can 
be used to initiate a reactivity scram, each with a unique 
delay time. An input generator computes the conduction and 
convection coefficients for an n x m nodal, multichannel 
system using built-in tables of specific heat, density, conduc- 
tivity and viscosity for the common fuel, structure and coolant 
materials, and performs an initial temperature calculation. The 
film coefficients may be specified or calculated using Lyon's 
equation or the Dittus-Boelter equation. Maxima of 15 delayed 
neutron precursor groups, 400 feedback variables, 90 feed- 
back variables printed out any number of channels and nodes 
per channel within the limitation above are allowed. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:02051 3)...Software Description: IBM380; FORTRAN 
IV (95%) and Assembly language (5%); OS/360; 256K byte 
IBM360 and an SC-4020 graphical display device. 



2DB; Two-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion and 
Depletion. 

W. W. Little, Jr., R. W. Hardie, T. J. Hirons, and R. D. OTJell. 
Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-325 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048325 Price code: CP T1 1 

2DB is a flexible, two-dimensional (x-y, r-z, r-theta, hex geom- 
etry) diffusion code for use in fast reactor analyses. The code 
can be used to: (a) Compute fuel burnup using a flexible ma- 
terial shuffling scheme, (b) Perform criticality searches on 
time absorption (alpha), material concentrations, and region 
dimensions using a regular or adjoint model. Criticality 
searches can be performed during burnup to compensate for 
fuel depletion, (c) Compute flux distributions for an arbitrary 
extraneous source. Since variable dimensioning is employed, 
no simple bounds can be stated. The current 1108 version, 
however, is nominally restricted to 50 energy groups in a 65K 
memory. In the 6600 version the power fraction, average 
burnup rate, and breeding ratio calculations are limited to re- 
actors with a maximum of 50 zones. (ERA citation 
08:022457)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108;CDC6600; 
FORTRAN IV; 65K memory and three peripheral storage de- 
vices. 

AIROS2A; Simulation of Reactor Dynamics. 

A. N. Nickols. 

Atomics International, Canoga Park, CA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-326 U.S. Sales Only.. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048326 Price code: CP T12 

AIROS2A solves the space-independent reactor kinetics 
equations and provides for the determination of reactivity by 
solving in addition the discretized equations that represent the 
spatial heat and mass transfer model for several fuel chan- 
nels. In addition, variation of the film coefficient with flow is 
accounted for along with the provision for flow decay and 



DAFT1; Least Squares Fit for Fissile Nuclide Data. 

D. R. Harris. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-327R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048327 Price code: CP T03 

DAFT1 is a program for weighted least squares fitting of 
0.0253 eV neutron data for fissile nuclides. The program also 
carries out computations relevant to discerning overall good- 
ness of fit, particularly deviant data, and data whose improve- 
ment would lead to large reductions in error of each fitted pa- 
rameter. Data are fitted for a maximum of 3 fissile nuclides. 
(ERA citation 08:022386)...Software Description: CDC6600; 
FORTRAN IV; 32000 (octal) central memory locations. 

NURLOC-1.0; Loss-of-Coolant Thermal Analysis. 

C. T. Walters. 

Battelle Columbus Labs., OH. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

328 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048328 Price code: CP T1 1 

NURLOC-1.0 performs core/pressure vessel thermal analysis 
for a nuclear reactor loss-of-coolant accident. Two-dimension- 
al analyses, either single pins or cylindrical shells, are per- 
formed. (ERA citation 08:02031 9). ..Software Description: 
CDC6400; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; 65K or 32K memory with 
overlay. 

M0457;PIPE; Elastic Stress of Piping System. 

C. M. Friedrich. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-329R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048329 Price code: CP T1 1 



COMPUTERS, CONTROL & INFORMATION THEORY 



19 



PIPE performs an elastic stress analysis of a 3-dimensional 
piping structure with thermal stresses, redundant loops, and 
concentrated loads. Maxima of 100 positions to locate forces 
and elements 20 force-trails 25 applied loads 50 total loads 
20 joint-condition loads 20 sets of material properties 20 sets 
of stiffness data 99 elastic elements. (ERA citation 
08:021 31 3)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
100,000 (octal) central memory and 3 tapes (input, output, 
storage). 

ECCSA4; Loss-of-Coolant and Emergency Cooiing. 

R. A. Cudnik. 

Battelle Columbus Labs., OH. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

330 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048330 Price code: CP T1 1 

ECCSA4 predicts the thermal and hydraulic behavior of a 
single fuel rod and its associated core flow channel during a 
loss-of-coolant accident and subsequent emergency core 
cooling injection. The fuel rod can be represented by up to 11 
radial nodes and 24 axial segments. Each axial segment has 
associated with it an equivalent axial segment of the fluid 
channel surrounding the fuel rod. Thus a maximum of 24 axial 
segments in the flow channel is allowed. (ERA citation 
08:020566)...Software Description: CDC6400; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3.3; 11 OK octal memory, one tape for restart capabil- 
ity, one tape for plotting data if desired. 

M0219;FLOT1; PWR Flow Transient Analysis. 

G. M. Fuls. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-331R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048331 Price code: CP T1 1 

FLOT1 will predict the steady-state flow and the flow transient 
due to the subsequent loss of power to all pumps and termi- 
nate the transient at a specified time or it will predict the flow 
transient in which only some of the pumps are lost. This latter 
transient may be terminated by a maximum transient time or 
by check valve closures in all loops in which pumping power 
is lost. In the latter event, the program will predict the subse- 
quent steady-state flow distribution. The mathematical model, 
upon which the program is based, is limited to four loops with 
a maximum of three pumps per loop in parallel. (ERA citation 
08:020350).. .Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 2.0. The program is designed for card input with both 
printed and plotted output. The number of core locations re- 
quired is 55,000 octal. 

SAFE-3D; Three-Dimensional Composite Structure Stress 
Study. 

D. C. Cornell, K. Jadhav, and J. S. Crowell. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-332 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048332 Price code: CP T1 2 

SAFE-3D is a finite-element program for the three-dimension- 
al elastic analysis of heterogeneous composite structures. 
The program uses the following types of finite elements - (1) 



tetrahedral elements to represent the continuum, (2) triangu- 
lar plane stress membrane elements to represent inner liner 
or outer case, and (3) uniaxial tension-compression elements 
to represent internal reinforcement. The structure can be of 
arbitrary geometry and have any distribution of material prop- 
erties, temperatures, surface loadings, and boundary condi- 
tions. Maxima of 5000 nodes 16000 elements. The program 
cannot be applied to incompressible solids and is not recom- 
mended for Poisson's ratio in the range of nu between 0.495 
and 0.5. (ERA citation 08:021 31 4). ..Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108;IBM360; FORTRAN IV (UNIVAC1108), FOR- 
TRAN IV and BAL (IBM360); EXEC2, GAX33A (UNIVAC1108) 
and OS/360 (IBM360); 52K fast memory storage and 
8,000,000 auxiliary storage for the UNIVAC1108. 

TOAD; Processing of Analyzer gamma-Ray Spectra. 

D. D. Busch. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-333 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048333 Price code: CP T1 1 

TOAD is used to process and analyze gamma ray spectra. 
TOAD will handle up to 100 spectra at a time from analyzers 
with 4096 channels or fewer. (ERA citation 08:022348)...Soft- 
ware Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV and Assembly 
language; EXEC2, GAX33; 32K memory. 

STEM; Matrix Generation for a System of BEAMS. 

P. E. Duffy, and F. C. Carlson. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-337R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048337 Price code: CP T03 

STEM calculates and punches out partially-coupled mass, 
stiffness, and internal load function matrices for a structural 
system of beams having prismatic segments. Shear deforma- 
tion and rotational inertia are included in the calculations. The 
program is limited to a system of 14 beams. The maximum 
matrix size is 120 by 120. The number of beams plus the 
number of segments in one case cannot exceed 60. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:021 31 5)...Software Description: CDC6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV; SCOPE 3.2; Field length of 50,000 octal. 

TWIGL;TWIGGLE; Two-Dimensional, Two-Group Space- 
Time Diffusion Feedback. 

J. B. Yasinsky, M. Natelson, L. A. Hageman, and T. J. 
Heames. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-338R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048338 Price code: CP T09 

TWIGL solves the two-dimensional, two-group, space-time 
neutron diffusion equations in rectangular or cylindrical geom- 
etry in the presence of temperature feedback. The neutron 
diffusion and delayed precursor equations are differenced in 
both space and time. The thermal-hydraulic description is 
based on a no-boiling, one-pass model formulated in terms of 
regionwise-averaged coolant and fuel metal temperatures. 
Maxima of 37 spatial mesh points in the x or r direction 37 



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COMPUTERS, CONTROL & INFORMATION THEORY 



spatial mesh points in the y or z direction 2 energy groups 6 
groups of delayed neutrons 20 difference material composi- 
tions 100 thermal-hydraulic regions for which the average 
temperatures are defined. (ERA citation 08:022458). ..Software 
Description: CDC6600;IBM360; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.0 
(CDC6600) and OS/360; 64K memory. 

GAUGE; Two-Dimensional Few-Group, Neutron Diffusion 
in Hexagonal Geometries. 

M. R. Wagner. 

General Atomic Europe, Zurich (Switzerland). 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-339 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048339 Price code: CP T12 

The two-dimensional few-group neutron diffusion theory equa- 
tions for a uniform triangular mesh are solved to obtain the 
multiplication factor and the spatial flux and power distribution 
of reactors with hexagonal core configuration. Complete reac- 
tor life histories with partial refuelling at a number of reload 
time-points can be calculated. At each discrete time-point a 
control rod search may be performed to maintain criticality at 
all times. The depletion scheme of all burnable nuclides is 
specified by the user at execution time. Three modes of oper- 
ation are possible - (1) straight burnup calculation, (2) control 
rod criticality search, allowing the adjustment of a number of 
control rod banks according to a prescribed rod sequencing 
scheme, and (3) a series of static calculations with insertion 
of rods into fixed, prescribed positions. Maxima of 1519 hex- 
agonal fuel or reflector elements 4405 mesh points 4 energy 
groups with downscattering only into the next lower energy 
group 280 burnup regions 40 burnable nuclides 80 microscop- 
ic cross section blocks 5 variable self-shielding factor tables. 
The flux is assumed to be zero at the outer reactor boundary. 
(ERA citation 08:022459).. .Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2 (UNIVAC1108); 65K 
memory, one drum (or scratch tape) unit, input, output, and 
restart tapes. 

POWERCO; Nuclear Station Electricity Costs. 

F. D. Tyson. 

United Engineers and Constructors, Philadelphia, PA. 
Technical Computer Services. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
340 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048340 Price code: CP T03 

POWERCO calculates the cost of electricity produced by nu- 
clear power stations, assuming all cash expenses such as in- 
vestment and fuel costs, operating expenses, and taxes are 
known. The power cost is held constant throughout the 
project life. Maximum of 180 time periods. (ERA citation 
08:020471 )...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3.3. 

GANDY3; Unresolved Resonance Cross Section 
Calculation. 

P. K. Koch, and D. Mathews. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape AN L/ 
NESC-341 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 



DE83048341 



Price code: CP T09 



GANDY3 evaluates temperature-dependent effective neutron 
capture, fission, and scattering cross sections in the unre- 
solved resonance region from average resonance param- 
eters. GANDY3 will handle as many temperatures as desired 
for a maximum of 100 energy points. Consideration is given to 
neutron orbital angular momenta through d-wave (L= 2). 
(ERA citation 08:022460). ..Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC8; GANDY3 requires about 
8300 locations for instructions and 22,700 locations for data. 
Two I/O devices are required for reading and printing and 
one additional I/O device is necessary if the program is 
loaded from tape. 

M0648; One-Dimensional Slab Transport with Slowing 
down. 

L Lois. 

Beltis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-342R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048342 Price code: CP T09 

M0648 solves the one-dimensional slab transport problem 
with slowing-down for an arbitrary spatial external source and 
arbitrary scattering. Maxima of 17 energy groups 12 regions 8 
Legendre polynomial expansion coefficients 99 equally- 
spaced mesh-points per region 440 mesh points 10 material 
compositions. No composition can consist of a multiplying 
medium or of a pure absorber. The boundary conditions can 
be arbitrary incident on either end or symmetry on one or 
both ends of the slab. (ERA citation 08:022461 )...Software 
Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.0; 154K 
(octal) memory and 4 tape units for scratch storage. 

M0756;LETO; One-Dimensional Slab gamma-Ray 
Transport. 

L. Lois. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-343R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048343 Price code: CP T1 1 

LETO will solve the gamma ray transport and energy deposi- 
tion problem in one-dimensional laminar slab geometry. The 
energy group scheme is employed to account for photon 
energy degradation. An arbitrary external spatial isotropic 
source may be specified with an arbitrary energy spectrum. 
The boundary conditions may be (a) free boundaries with ar- 
bitrary incident, (b) symmetry on the left arbitrary incident on 
the right, and (c) symmetry on both ends. Maxima of 12 re- 
gions 10 materials 13 groups 151 mesh points per region 435 
total mesh points 171 total energy mesh points 8 terms in the 
double range Legendre polynomial expansion of the (flux 8 
terms in the Legendre polynomial expansion of scattering. 
(ERA citation 08:022462)...Software Description: CDC6600; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.0; 140K (octal) memory and 3 tape 
units for scratch storage. 

GEM; Eigenvalue Problem for Vibrating Systems. 

R. L Fagan, and R. B. McCalley. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-344R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 



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modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048344 Price code: CP T1 1 

GEM is intended primarily to perform vibration studies with 
the capability of generating input for the VEP (vibration eigen- 
value problem) routine and performing additional operations 
on the output from the SHO (shock) segment. Given a system 
of masses and springs, the VEP routine computes the natural 
frequencies of the vibrating system as well as the mode 
shapes for each frequency. Given the mode shapes, frequen- 
cies, and masses of a vibrating system, the SHO routine will 
compute the deflections and forces at the mass points. 
Maxima of 60 degrees of freedom (VEP) 98 commands per 
case. (ERA citation 08:021 31 6). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV and ASCENT; SCOPE 2.0. 

GAND; GAFGAR Cross-Section Library Preparation. 

R. J. Archibald, and D. R. Mathews. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-345 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048345 Price code: CP T12 

GAND prepares the cross sections needed for detailed com- 
putations of neutron energy spectra in fast reactors from a file 
of basic nuclear data in the ENDF/B format. Maxima of 20 
ENDF/B materials processed in a single problem 35 reso- 
nance levels on either side of the incident neutron energy. 
(ERA citation: 08:02051 4). ..Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2, GAX35; 52K memory 
and 4 to 8 magnetic tape units plus 5 scratch files (drum files 
are used on the UNIVAC1108) totaling about 1310K in capac- 
ity. 

CODILLI; Least Squares Analysis of Resonance Data. 

D. B. Adler, and F. T. Adler. 

Illinois Univ. at Urbana-Champaign. Dept. of Physics. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-347 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048347 Price code: CP T09 

A least-squares analysis of neutron resonance data is per- 
formed using the multi-level expansion. The program can 
handle only one set of cross sections at a time. Options are 
provided for the analysis of reaction or total cross section 
data, and for the direct handling of transmission data. By 
option, one can include the multi-level interference or perform 
the fit in terms of superimposed symmetric Breit-Wigner lines, 
while the potential scattering interference is always included 
in the trial function for the total cross section. Provisions are 
given for Gaussian and non-Gaussian resolution functions. In 
the latter case, modification of one subroutine allows for ad- 
aptation to any kind of experimental conditions. The relevant 
convolution integrals involving the trial function are evaluated 
by Simpson integration with an optional number of integration 
steps. Besides the resonances to be fitted, the trial function 
contains an optional number of resonances having known pa- 
rameters, which may represent resonances external to the 
region being fitted as well as resonances within the energy in- 
terval of interest, thus permitting impurity effects to be de- 
scribed, or, if needed, spin states separated. The analysis is 
limited to s-wave neutrons. A maximum of 32 resonance 
levels can be fitted while a maximum of 20 known reson- 



ances can also be introduced. Currently the program allows 
for 1000 energy points and their corresponding cross section 
values. (ERA citation 08:022463)...Software Description: 
IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; IBM360 and auxiliary storage 
(tape or disk) referred to as logical unit 9 in the program. 

TOPS; Transient Thermodynamics of Pressurizers. 

J. A. Redfield, and S. G. Margolis. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-348R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048348 Price code: CP T09 

The TOPS program is a digital simulation of pressurizer dy- 
namics based on a rigorous application of the first law of ther- 
modynamics and phenomological heat and mass transfer 
laws with empirically determined coefficients. The program is 
useful in studying the thermodynamic paths of pressurizer 
transients and is convenient to use as a design tool. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:021 31 7)...Software Description: CDC6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV; SCOPE 2.0; Approximately 100,000 octal locations. 

RAUMZEiT; One-Dimensional Time-Dependent Diffusion 
Calculations. 

C. H. Adams, and W. M. Stacey, Jr. 
Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-352R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048352 Price code: CP T09 

RAUMZEIT solves systems of one-dimensional, time-depend- 
ent, multigroup diffusion-type equations using either of two 
treatments of the time dependence, finite differencing or the 
time-integrated approach (see reference 2). Maxima of 6 
energy groups (6 coupled diffusion-type equations) 300 mesh 
points 40 different material compositions 6 delayed neutron 
groups. (ERA citation 08:022464)...Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.0 or SCOPE 3.1; 64K 
memory. 

CSNCAS; Nuclear Fuel Cycle Cost and Economics. 

S. McLain, P. J. Fulford, M. C. Edlund, T. W. Craig, and P. 
Henline. 

Purdue Univ., Lafayette, IN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
354 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if vou have questions. 
DE83048354 Price code: CP T10 

CINCAS is a nuclear fuel cycle cost code which may be used 
for either engineering economy predictions of fuel cycle costs 
or for accounting forecasting of such costs. Features of 
CINCAS include - (1) monthly calculation of dollar costs and 
mass inventory on a batch and case basis for each month of 
a period which is usually defined as (but not restricted to) be- 
ginning with the delivery of fuel to the reactor site and ending 
with the withdrawal of fuel from the reactor. (2) a general for- 
mula for the unit price of enriched uranium which allows for 
variable feed and tails enrichments, costs of feed, chemical 
conversion, separative work, and losses in conversion and 
fabrication. Government ownership or leasing of fuel is not al- 
lowed, and Th233 fuels are not covered, nor has consider- 
ation been given to breeder reactors. The in-core time 



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spanned by all batches of a case must be no more than 40 
years. (ERA citation 08:020472). ..Software Description: 
IBM360; CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; OS/360 and SCOPE. 

MC-2; Fast Neutron Spectra and Multigroup Cross 
Sections. 

H. Henryson, II, B. J. Toppel, and C. G. Stenberg. 
Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
355R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048355 Price code: CP T99 

MC**2-2 solves the neutron slowing-down equations using 
basic neutron data derived from ENDF/B data files to deter- 
mine spectra for use in generating multigroup neutron cross 
sections. The current edition includes the ability to treat all 
ENDF/B-V representations, high-order PL scattering repre- 
sentations, a free-format input processor, isotope mixing, de- 
layed neutron processing, and flexibility in output data selec- 
tion. The program uses variable dimensioning throughout so 
that computer storage requirements depend on a variety of 
problem parameters. Space requirements range from approxi- 
mately 400K to 1000K bytes on IBM equipment depending on 
the complexity of the problem. (ERA citation 
08:022465)...Software Description: IBM360,370;CDC7600; 
FORTRAN IV (99%) and Assembly language (1 %) (IBM370), 
FORTRAN IV (99%) and COMPASS (1%) (CDC7600). The 
IBM version of MC**2-2 may be executed under OS or VS 
operating systems and compiled using the FORTRAN H or 
program product compilers with the highest level of optimiza- 
tion. The CDC7600 version of MC**2-2 has been implement- 
ed on both the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and Brookha- 
ven National Laboratory computers with their respective 
COKE/SCOPE operating systems. The SEGMENTATION 
LOADER is required and directly addressable LCM is used. 
The code was compiled using the FORTRAN Extended com- 
piler under OPT= 2 optimization; A large amount of fast pe- 
ripheral storage is required. Storage requirements depend on 
problem complexity but virtually any reasonable problem may 
be executed on IBM equipment with 800K bytes or CDC 
equipment with 50,000 words of SCM and 100,000 words of 
directly addressable LCM. 

ZPR-III Assembly 48 GAFGAR ENDF/B Data Tapes. 

A. Baxter. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-356 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048356 Price code: CP T14 

A benchmark study of ZPR-III Assembly 48 using ENDF/B 
cross sections was undertaken to identify possible cross sec- 
tion discrepancies in the microscopic ENDF/B data. This 
work was done for the CSEWG testing subcommittee as part 
of their Phase I data testing. This package contains the cross 
section data generated for this study in the form of the ultra- 
fine group cross sections of the materials of ZPR-III Assembly 
48 in the format of the GGA GAF/GAR program data tapes. 
The two GAF tapes have 1038 fine groups starting at a leth- 
argy of -0.4 with a delta u spacing at 0.01 for 960 groups to a 
lethargy of 9.2 followed by 78 groups with a spacing of 0.1 
delta u to a lethargy of 17.0. The GAR tape has 14,457 points 
starting at 1.237663 times 10**6 m/s (8.007 keV) with a con- 
stant delta v of 85.0 m/s to 8.903 times 10**3 m/s (0.414 



eV). (ERA citation 08:02051 5).. .Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; Variable-length binary records. 

TWOTRAN2; Two-Dimensional, Multigroup Transport in 
Xy, Rz, and R theta Geometries. 

K. D. Lathrop, and F. W. Brinkley. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-358 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048358 Price code: CP T14 

TWOTRAN2 solves the two-dimensional multigroup transport 
equation in (x,y), (r.theta), and (r,z) geometries. Both regular 
and adjoint, inhomogeneous and homogeneous (keff and ei- 
genvalue searches) problems subject to vacuum, reflective, 
periodic, white or input-specified boundary flux conditions are 
solved. General anisotropic scattering is allowed and aniso- 
tropic inhomogeneous sources are permitted. Variable dimen- 
sioning is used so that any combination of problem param- 
eters leading to a container array less than MAXLEN can be 
accommodated. On IBM machines, TWOTRAN2 will execute 
in the 4-byte mode so that any combination of problem pa- 
rameters leading to a container array less than MAXLEN can 
be accommodated. MAXLEN can be several hundred thou- 
sand and most problems can be core-contained. On the CDC 
machines MAXLEN can be slightly greater than 40,000 words 
and peripheral storage is used for most group-dependent 
data. (ERA citation 08:022466)...Software Description: 
CDC7600,6600;IBM360/195; FORTRAN IV; Five output units, 
five interface units (use of interface units is optional) and two 
system input/output units are required. A large bulk memory 
is desirable, but it can be replaced by disk, drum or tape stor- 
age. 

PUN1; Unresolved Resonance Integral Cross Sections. 

N. M. Steen. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-359R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048359 Price code: CP T09 

PUN1 evaluates unresolved radiative capture integrals and re- 
lated multigroup cross sections. The unresolved distributions 
may have various orbital angular momentum quantum num- 
bers and the effects of Doppler broadening and self-shielding 
are included. No more than 20 spin states per case and 54 
energy groups are allowed. An arbitrary energy-weighting 
spectrum of up to 498 points may be used, but all points must 
be positive (w(e) greater than 0). (ERA citation 
08:022467).. .Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3; 40,000 (octal) locations of central memory storage 
are required. 

TOR; Thermal Scattering for Crystalline Materials. 

W. W. Clendenin, and R. Labauve. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-360 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048360 Price code: CP T1 1 

The TOR program calculates the scattering law for a crystal- 
line material in the incoherent approximation, from the 



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phonon frequency distribution and a specified temperature. A 
proportional quantity is punched in the form of a table for in- 
terpolation of the double differential cross section. As an al- 
ternative, the program obtains the analogous quantities for a 
monatomic gas. The phonon frequency distribution is speci- 
fied by 4 to 201 points. (ERA citation 08:022546)...Software 
Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; 32K memory. 

GLEN; Group Constant Calculations from TOR Output 
Data. 

W. W. Clendenin, and R. Labauve. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-361 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048361 Price code: CP T1 1 

The GLEN program interpolates values of a factor proportion- 
al to the scattering law from the punched output of the TOR 
code (NESC Abstract 360). The differential cross section de- 
termined from these is integrated over the scattering angle to 
obtain coefficients of an expansion in Legendre polynomials 
of this angle for L = 0,1, 2, 3. Integration over final energies 
yields values of the total scattering cross section and trans- 
port cross section. For each of a series of isotopic composi- 
tions (up to 10 compositions) the GLEN code calculates the 
diffusion length and values of the flux-weighted group aver- 
age macroscopic scattering, absorption, fission, and transfer 
cross sections. A maximum of 87 energy points, and 20 
groups in the collapsed structure are allowed. Each composi- 
tion is limited to four heavy, non-moderating isotopes besides 
the moderator. (ERA citation 08:022468)...Software Descrip- 
tion: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; 64K memory. 

WELWING; Material Buckling of Cylindrical Fuel Elements. 

O. G. P. Grosskopf. 

South African Atomic Energy Board, Pretoria. 1 984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-362 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048362 Price code: CP T09 

WELWING was developed to calculate the material buckling 
of reactor systems consisting of annular fuel elements in 
heavy water as moderator for various moderator to fuel ratios. 
The moderator to fuel ratio for the maximum material buckling 
for the particular system is selected automatically and the 
corresponding material buckling is calculated. Up to 32 differ- 
ent materials in the fuel element may be used. (ERA citation 
08:020603)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360. 

BLAST; Reactor Kinetics Temperature Distribution Study. 

O. G. P. Grosskopf. 

South African Atomic Energy Board, Pretoria. 1 984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-363 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048363 Price code: CP T03 

BLAST has been developed to study accident conditions in 
critical and subcritical thermal multiplying systems. The pro- 
gram computes the time behavior of the thermal neutron den- 
sity and the system temperature following a step-change in 
reactivity. The integrated thermal neutron density is also com- 



puted, from which the total number of fissions during an ex- 
cursion may be obtained. (ERA citation 08:02051 6). ..Software 
Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 128K bytes of 
storage. 

SNEQ; Nonlinear Algebraic Equation Solutions and Curve 
Plotting. 

G. L Lechliter. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-364R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048364 Price code: CP T1 1 

SNEQ consists of the two codes, SNAP and EQPLT, which 
have been merged due to their common use of the SLIP 
compiler. SNAP interprets and solves pseudo-FORTRAN 
input equations representing nonlinear algebraic systems. 
EQPLT interprets pseudo-FORTRAN input equations and cal- 
culates and plots multiple curves on a single graph. EQPLT is 
useful for parameter studies. In SNAP the maximum number 
of unknowns is 50. In EQPLT the pseudo-FORTRAN equation 
is two-dimensional, having an independent variable, a de- 
pendent variable, and a parameter. The parameter may 
assume up to 6 values for any one graph, 100 constant 
values, and up to 200 values for the independent variables. 
(ERA citation 08:022827)...Software Description: CDC6600; 
FORTRAN IV and ASCENT. 

ISOGEN; Radionuclide Generation and Decay. 

H. H. Van Tuyl. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-367 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048367 Price code: CP T1 1 

ISOGEN calculates radioisotope generation and decay, using 
two-group neutron cross sections. Maxima of 30 time-steps 
involving either irradiation or decay 50 members in a single 
chain 500 nuclides in a single case. (ERA citation 
08:01 9905)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
V; EXEC2; 65K memory and one tape very helpful, but not 
essential. 

FLANGE2/71-1; ENDF/B Thermal Scattering Data. 

H. C. Honeck, and D. R. Finch. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SO Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-368 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048368 Price code: CP T1 1 

FLANGE2 takes cross sections, angular distribution, reso- 
nance parameter, and thermal scattering law data from 
ENDF/B Format II or III data tapes and prepares thermal mul- 
tigroup cross sections and scattering matrices. Maximum 
energy groups = 200. Maximum Legendre order = 5. (ERA 
citation 08:022469)...Software Description: IBM360; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/360; 40K single-precision words of high-speed 
core plus 3 tape (or disk) units. 

RELAP4/MOD6; Transient Thermal-Hydraulic Study. 



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P. North, G. L. Singer, and J. E. Tolli. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-369 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048369 Price code: CP T99 

RELAP4 has been developed to describe the behavior of 
water-cooled nuclear reactors subjected to postulated tran- 
sients, such as those resulting from loss-of-coolant, pump fail- 
ure, or power excursions. The program calculates fluid condi- 
tions such as flow, pressure, mass inventory, and quality; 
thermal conditions such as surface temperatures, temperature 
profiles, and energy distributions; and heat fluxes in power 
generating and dissipating elements. The program also calcu- 
lates reactor power, decay heat, and reactivity. In addition to 
describing transients in boiling-water and pressurized-water 
reactors, the program is sufficiently versatile to describe tran- 
sients in experimental thermal-hydraulic systems. RELAP4/ 
MOD6 was developed specifically to add a capability to the 
earlier RELAP codes for calculating PWR reflood phenomena. 
Maxima of 9 minor edit variables, 20 time-step cards, 20 trip 
control cards, 100 junctions (flow paths) between volumes, 5 
bubble-parameter sets, 5 time-dependent volume descriptions 
on cards, 12 pumps, 75 control volumes, 10 check valve 
types, 5 normalized leak-area-versus-time curves, 20 fill 
system curves, 50 heat slabs, 20 heat slab geometries, 7 
heat slab materials, 50 core sections, 99 data sets for heat 
exchangers without conduction. (ERA citation 
08:020320)...Software Description: IBM360.370; CDC7600; 
FORTRAN IV (95%) and BAL (5%) (IBM360), FORTRAN IV 
(95%) and COMPASS (5%) (CDC7600); OS/360,370 
(IBM360.370), SCOPE (CDC7600); 850K bytes (IBM360), 
160,000 (octal) words of SCM and 200,000 (octal) words of 
LCM (CDC7600), 3 tape drives, and a CalComp plotter. 

GAKIT; One-Dimensional, Muttigroup Kinetics with 
Temperature Feedback. 

R. Froehlich, S. R. Johnson, and M. H. Merrill. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-370 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048370 Price code: CP T13 

GAKIT solves the multigroup, one-dimensional, time-depend- 
ent diffusion theory kinetics equations including delayed neu- 
tron effects and temperature feedback based on two-dimen- 
sional heat transfer calculations. For the one-dimensional 
multigroup kinetics equations an arbitrary scattering matrix 
and arbitrary fission transfer are allowed, and plane, cylindri- 
cal, or spherical geometry can be used. A piecewise linear 
time-dependent inhomogeneous source can be specified. 
Feedback is available from xenon buildup and temperature 
dependence of cross sections. The heat transfer calculation 
is performed for two-dimensional r-z fuel element models as- 
suming predetermined axial power shape functions and time- 
dependent power amplitudes obtained from the one-dimen- 
sional kinetics calculations. For the fuel elements average 
fuel and moderator temperatures are calculated which deter- 
mine, based on tables, the temperature-dependent cross sec- 
tions. Transients may be introduced by step changes of cross 
sections, by piecewise linear time-dependent cross sections 
(rod withdrawal accidents), by step changes of the flow rates 
or by step changes of the coolant inlet temperatures. One-di- 
mensional kinetics calculation - maxima of 10 prompt neutron 



energy groups 6 delayed neutron groups 1 homogeneous re- 
gions (channels) 100 mesh points. Fuel element geometry for 
heat transfer calculation - In the axial direction the fuel ele- 
ment may consist of a bottom reflector, a core section, and a 
top reflector. The bottom and top reflectors must have uni- 
form densities and uniform thermal properties, while within the 
core section of the fuel element up to five radial regions may 
be used. Maxima of 15 radical mesh points 20 axial mesh 
points. The fuel elements in all the channels must have the 
same geometry, the same thermal properties, and the same 
inlet temperature, but the fuel elements of different channels 
may have different coolant flow rates and different axial 
power shapes. (ERA citation 08:022470)...Software Descrip- 
tion: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2, GAX 23, but any 
other system with a segmenting facility can be used; 65,536 
words of core storage and the facility for segmenting pro- 
grams. 

NOWIG; One-Dimensional, Two-Group Kinetics with 
Temperature Feedback. 

J. B. Yasinsky. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-371R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048371 Price code: CP T09 

NOWIG is used to solve the one-dimensional two-group neu- 
tron diffusion and delayed precursor equations using a shape- 
specified point-kinetics approximation. Feedback due to 
changes in the fuel metal temperature and coolant density is 
accounted for by using a model which is identical with that 
used in the WIGL2 (NESC Abstract 274) program. 2 energy 
groups must be used and up to 6 groups of delayed neutron 
precursors may be used. The maximum number of spatial 
mesh points is 250 and up to 20 material compositions and 
50 thermal-hydraulic channels may be specified. (ERA citation 
08:022471 )...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3.1. 

RAPFU; Fuel Cycle Parameters for Fast Breeders. 

P. Greebler, and C. Cowan. 

General Electric Co., San Jose, CA. Advanced Products 

Operation. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-372 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048372 Price code: CP T09' 

RAPFU calculates equilibrium fuel cycle isotopics in fast 
breeder reactors. The recycled plutonium is permitted to have 
different isotopic compositions in two different core zones, 
and several recycle schemes are available as options. Output 
data includes the initial, average, and discharged fuel isotopic 
concentrations for each region of the core zones and the 
blankets, breeding ratio, doubling time, and (optionally) fuel 
costs calculated using simplified relationships. Four plutonium 
recycle schemes are available. The most complicated of 
these uses two core isotopic zones plus a zone containing 
the blanket zones. The other three use only a single core iso- 
topic zone and allow a selection to be made from three alter- 
nate mixtures in the plutonium discharged from the core and 
blanket regions and recycled back into the core regions. Up 
to 100 regions of different composition may be used, and the 
regions within any zone of fixed plutonium input isotopic com- 



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position do not have to be connected. (ERA citation 
08:020407)...Software Description: GE635; FORTRAN IV. 

BL47; Drafting Tool to Plot Plane Structures. 

C. M. Friedrich, and J. J. Cullens. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-373R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048373 Price code: CP T09 

BL47 is a plotting routine designed for plane structures that 
are to undergo stress analysis. Points and lines are input in 
various parametric forms, and curved segments are drawn 
between given points along the given lines. The program may 
be used as a drafting tool to construct engineering drawings. 
BL47 uses three points on a straight line segment to obtain 
dimensions for SEALSHELL2 (NESC Abstract 282) input data. 
(ERA citation 08:021 31 8).. .Software Description: CDC6600; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; 20,000 words of high-speed memory. 

1DX; One-Dimensional Diffusion Fast Cross Section 
Generation. 

R. W. Hardie, and H. Henryson, II. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1 984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-374 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048374 Price code: CP T13 

1DX is a multipurpose, one-dimensional diffusion code for 
generating cross sections to be used in fast reactor analyses. 
The code is designed to - (a) compute and punch resonance 
shielded cross sections using data in the Russian (see refer- 
ence 2) format, (b) compute and punch group-collapsed mi- 
croscopic and/or macroscopic cross sections averaged over 
the spectrum in any specified zone, and (c) compute keff and 
perform criticality searches on time absorption, material con- 
centrations, zone dimensions, and buckling using either a flux 
or an adjoint model. 1 DX uses variable dimensioning to make 
maximum use of existing core storage. All subscripted varia- 
bles are stored in one array dimensioned to 35,000 on the 
UNIVAC1108. Allocation is dynamic in the IBM version. (ERA 
citation 08:022472).. .Software Description: 

UNIVAC1108;IBM360,370; FORTRAN IV (UNIVAC1 108), 
FORTRAN IV and BAL (IBM360.370); OS/360,370 
(IBM360.370); 65K memory and 7 peripheral storage devices 
(UNIVAC1108), 145K and maximum of 8 storage devices. 



higher with 125,000 bytes of fast memory, an IBM2250 graph- 
ics console, Models 1, 2, or 3, 2 9-track tape drives, and 1 
disk. 

AVERAGE; Unresolved Region Average Cross Section 
Calculations. 

M. R. Bhat. 

Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-376 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048376 Price code: CP T03 

AVERAGE calculates average scattering, capture, and fission 
cross sections from s- and p-wave data of the unresolved pa- 
rameters of File 2 of ENDF/B. AVERAGE calculates average 
cross sections for up to 100 energy values in the unresolved 
region. It does not allow for inelastic scattering and calculates 
only s- and p-wave contributions. Width-fluctuation corrections 
can vary from 1 to 4. (ERA citation 08:022474). ..Software De- 
scription: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.0; 18K (octal) 
memory. 

SIGPLOT; Resolved Multilevel Briet-Wigner Cross Section 
Calculations. 

M. R. Bhat, and D. Cuilen. 

Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-377 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for.one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048377 Price code: CP T09 

SIGPLOT calculates the scattering, capture, fission, and total 
cross sections from resonance parameters of Version I data 
from File 2 of ENDF/B. Scattering cross sections may be cal- 
culated with or without level-level interference. Provision is 
also made to numerically Doppler-broaden any of the cross 
sections. SIGPLOT can handle resonance data up to a maxi- 
mum of 10 different isotopes with a total number of 500 re- 
sonances and an L value not exceeding five. It further as- 
sumes that the resolved resonance parameters are given for 
one energy range which is the same for all the isotopes of an 
element. The mesh points at which the cross sections are 
calculated can be varied. Since the calculated data are not 
stored, an increase in the number of mesh points does not 
conflict with any storage requirements. (ERA citation 
08:022475)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 2.0; 37K (octal) memory. 



SCORE3; SCISRS ENDF/B Graphic Cross Section 
Evaluation. 

C. L Dunford. 

Atomics International Div., Canoga Park, CA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-375 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048375 Price code: CP T1 9 

SCORE3 is an interactive neutron cross section evaluation 
system. SCORE can display up to 500 experimental data 
points with their associated error bars. Up to 2 smooth curves 
may be overlayed on a display of experimental data points. 
Each curve is restricted to 150 points. (ERA citation 
08:022473). ..Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV and 
BAL; OS/360, Version 14 or higher; IBM360 Model 50 or 



TUBE; U-Tube Heat Exchanger Stress Analysis. 

A. E. Spivak, and G. L. Lechliter. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-378R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048378 Price code: CP T09 

TUBE solves for the stresses due to pressure and tempera- 
ture in a U-tube type heat exchanger. Specifically, it handles a 
configuration consisting of a spherical head, primary transition 
cylinder, and secondary cylinder. The transition cylinders may 
be conical and tapered in thickness, but the remaining shells 
are of uniform thickness. The spherical head and the transi- 
tion cylinders may be omitted from a problem. (ERA citation 
08:021 31 9).. .Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV. 



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SAFE-2D; Plane and Axisymmetric Stress Analysis. 

D. C. Cornell. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-379 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048379 Price code: CP T1 1 

SAFE-2D performs the elastic stress analysis of general axi- 
symmetric, plane, and combined axisymmetric and plane 
composite structures. Maxima of 2 degrees of freedom (radial 
or horizontal translation and axial or vertical translation) 1 200 
nodal points 2400 finite elements. (ERA citation 
08:021 320)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
IV; EXEC2; SAFE-2D requires 50K, fast memory storage, and 
500,000 words of auxiliary storage. 

GATT; Three-Dimensional, Few-Group Diffusion 
Calculations in Hexagonal Geometries. 

H. Kraetsch, and M. R. Wagner. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, C A. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-380 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048380 Price code: CP T1 1 

GATT is a three-dimensional few-group neutron diffusion 
theory program for calculating the detailed spatial flux and 
power distribution for reactors with hexagonal core configura- 
tion. The program uses a uniform triangular mesh in the hori- 
zontal mesh planes and assumes a relatively simple region 
structure in the axial direction. It was designed to represent 
the special patch-type core structure of the HTGR reactor as 
closely as possible. GATT allows downscattering from one 
group into the next and a maxima of 81 z-planes 104,487 
mesh points 4 energy groups 40 macroscopic cross section 
sets (mixtures). It is assumed that all fission neutrons are 
born in group 1. (ERA citation 08:022476). ..Software Descrip- 
tion: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2; 65K memory and 
1 files of drum storage with a total of 500,000 words capac- 
ity. 

RAPP; High-Velocity Flow Study of Steam-Water 
Mixtures. 

C. W. Sorenson. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-382R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048382 Price code: CP T03 

RAPP computes the relationship among mass flow, pressure, 
and piping resistance (k-factor) for high velocity flow of a two- 
phase mixture of steam and water. The source fluid may be 
subcooled or saturated water, saturated steam, or a mixture 
of steam and water. The downstream pressure must be below 
the saturation pressure of the source fluid. Specific applica- 
tions include pressurizer surge line pressure drop and pres- 
sure distribution downstream of a relief valve. Maxima of 6 
flow areas for computing pressure distribution with known 
flow 2000 pressure increments. (ERA citation 
08:021 409)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE; 45K to compile and execute. 

M0266; Linear Elastic Structural Dynamics. 



W. A. Wenzel. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-383R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048383 Price code: CP T09 

M0266 computes the dynamic shock forces and modal fre- 
quencies acting on a lumped mass, linear elastic model of a 
structure subjected to shock spectrum inputs. The model em- 
ployed is a collection of lumped masses connected by 
weightless flexible elements. If the original structure is not 
statically determinate, redundant forces must be introduced to 
ensure a primary structure that is. M0266 is limited to a 50 x 
50 mass-flexibility matrix. Other maxima include - 50 masses 
plus redundants 20 redundants 999 flexible elements 20 ef- 
fects per element. The dynamic analysis is limited to a spec- 
trum-type analysis, which is limited to a one-directional motion 
of the foundation. (ERA citation 08:021 321).. .Software De- 
scription: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.1; 105,000 
(octal) locations, input tape, output tape, one scratch tape, 
and printer. 

CHECKER;CRECT;DAMMET;PLOTFB; SLAVE3 ENDF/B V1 
Processing Codes. 

D. E. Cullen, W. Kroop, S. Pearlstein, and O. Ozer. 
Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY. 1 984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-384 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048384 Price code: CP T1 4 

This package of five programs is designed for processing 
ENDF/B (Evaluated Nuclear Data File Version B) Version I 
tapes. CHECKER checks that the ENDF/B tapes are in 
proper format and all fields are within specified limits, rather 
than the physics of the data library. Angular distributions re- 
constructed from Legendre coefficients are everywhere posi- 
tive. CRECT, which can process ENDF/B Version III data as 
well as earlier versions, provides a means of correcting as- 
sembled data on a tape by insertion and deletion of data. 
DAMMET selectively merges data from one or two ENDF/B 
library tapes onto a final tape. The mode (BCD or binary) and 
arrangement (standard or alternate) may be changed during 
this process. PLOTFB processes ENDF/B library tapes which 
contain data embedded within a necessary library structure in 
order to produce comprehensive listings and/or plots. The 
listings and/or plots contain an extensive amount of informa- 
tion related to the data, such as temperature dependence, 
physical units of the data, interpolation laws for the data, 
cryptic titles defining the reaction type, etc. SLAVE3 provides 
modular subroutines which can be assembled to retrieve and 
process ENDF/B data for a specific problem. In CHECKER 
correct structure of the data tape is assumed and minor 
anomalies are noted. Common and major irregularities cause 
termination of execution accompanied by a core dump. In 
CRECT correct sequence and material fields of the data tape 
are assumed. In both CHECKER and CRECT data must be in 
ENDF/B BCD standard arrangement card image format. In 
DAMMET a specific reaction cannot be extracted from a tape 
unless it is within a file or material selected. (ERA citation 
08:022477)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE3 (locally modified); For CHECKER 56,300 octal (ap- 
proximately 24,000 decimal) words of core storage and one 
tape (or disk) unit (besides input and output units). For 
CRECT 13,000 octal words of core storage and two data 



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storage units. For DAMMET 61,000 octal (about 25,000 deci- 
mal) words of core storage and a maximum of five tape (or 
disk) units. For PLOTFB 73,700 octal (about 30,000 decimal) 
words of core storage and three tape (or disk) units. For 
SLAVE3 40,000 octal (approximately 18,000 decimal) words 
of core storage and one or two tape (or disk) units will be re- 
quired for a typical job. 

COHBE;PREP; Coherent Inelastic Scattering Law 
Calculations. 

G. M. Borgonovi. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-385 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048385 Price code: CP T03 

The programs, PREP and COHBE calculate the coherent 
one-phonon scattering law for polycrystalline beryllium, using 
an isotropic Debye-Waller factor as an approximation for be- 
ryllium. The Debye-Waller factor w is consistent with the defi- 
nition exp**(-2*w*alpha) in the scattering law. (ERA citation 
08:022478)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
IV; EXEC2; 45K memory and 2 magnetic tapes. 

DATATRAN2; Modular Programming and Data System. 

H. J. Kopp, and W. E. Schilling. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-386 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Cali NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048386 Price code: CP T1 5 

DATATRAN2 is a data base management system for a scien- 
tific and engineering modular program environment. DATA- 
TRAN consists of a set of extensions to the FORTRAN lan- 
guage designed to simplify the development, interconnection 
and use of large computer programs in a scientific and engi- 
neering environment. It allows users to easily connect a 
series of functional program units (modules) to perform a spe- 
cific task. (ERA citation 08:022828). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600,7600,CYBER176; FORTRAN (85%), COMPASS 
(15%); SCOPE 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 or SCOPE 3.4 (CDC6600 Edition 
B), SCOPE 1.1 (CDC7600 Edition B), and SCOPE 2.1 
(CDC7600,CYBER176 Edition C); 64K memory, 2 disks, and 
permanent storage media such as tapes are required; in addi- 
tion, CDC6600 usage requires 30K words of ECS and 
CDC7600 usage 20K words of LCM. 

CITATION; One-, Two-, and Three-Dimensional Diffusion 
Depletion Using Multigroup Theory. 

T. B. Fowler, D. R. Vondy, and G. W. Cunningham. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

387 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048387 Price code: CP T16 

CITATION is designed to solve problems using the finite-dif- 
ference representation of neutron diffusion theory, treating up 
to three space dimensions with arbitrary group-to-group scat- 
tering. X-y-z, theta-r-z, hexagonal-z, and triagonal-z geome- 
tries may be treated. Depletion problems may be solved and 
fuel managed for multi-cycle analysis. Extensive first-order 
perturbation results may be obtained given microscopic data 



and nuclide concentrations. Statics problems may be solved 
and perturbation results obtained with microscopic data. Cita- 
tion has been designed to attack problems which can be run 
in a reasonable amount of time. Storage of data is allocated 
dynamically to give the user flexibility in dimensioning. Typi- 
cally, a finite-difference diffusion problem could have 200 de- 
pleting zones. 10,000 nuclide densities, and 30,000 space- 
energy point flux values. (ERA citation 08:022479). ..Software 
Description: IBM360.303X; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; IBM360/ 
91 or equivalent with at least 128,000 32-bit words of directly- 
addressable main storage, 7 to 32 I/O devices depending 
upon the calculation, excluding input and output devices and 
system requirements. 

ETOX3; Multigroup Constants from ENDF/B for One 
Dimension. 

R. B. Kidman, and H. Henryson, II. 

Hanford Engineering Development Lab., Richland, WA. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-388 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048388 Price code: CP T13 

ETOX3 (ENDF/B to 1DX) calculates multigroup constants for 
nuclear reactor calculations using data from the Evaluated 
Nuclear Data File (ENDF/B) Version II or Version III format. It 
can also process Version I materials that do not call for par- 
tial energy distribution laws 1, 2, 4, 6, or 8 (see END/F, File 
5). The code is designed to compute and punch - (a) infinite 
dilute cross sections, (b) temperature-dependent, self-shield- 
ing factors for arbi- trary values of microscopic sigmao (total 
cross section per atom) in the Russian (Bondarenko) format, 
and (c) inelastic-scattering probability matrices. (ERA citation 
08:022480)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108;IBM360,370; 
FORTRAN IV; Five tape units or equivalent random-access 
storage devices are required (3 are scratch units). The 
UNIVAC1108 version uses 65K words and IBM360.370 300K 
bytes of main memory. 

STINT3; Single-Channel Space-Time Synthesis. 

C. H. Adams, R. A. Rydin, and W. M. Stacey, Jr. 
Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-389R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048389 Price code: CP T09 

STINT3 solves static (eigenvalue) and time-dependent sys- 
tems of coupled, one-dimensional, diffusion-type equations in 
slab geometry and is primarily intended for solving single- 
channel, flux-synthesis equations. The code provides for con- 
trol rod motion and temperature feedback. Maxima of 6 equa- 
tions (groups * modes) 50 axial mesh intervals 6 delayed 
neutron groups 40 control rod and temperature feedback 
channels. (ERA citation 08:022481).. .Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.1; 64K memory. 

CORGAM; Unfolding of Complex gamma-Ray Spectra. 

N. D. Eckhoff. 

Kansas State Univ., Manhattan. Dept. of Nuclear Engineering. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-390 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 



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DE83048390 Price code: CP T09 

A correlation algorithm is coded to allow the unfolding of 
complex gamma-ray spectra typically collected in a neutron 
activation analysis procedure. CORGAM (1) will compensate 
for electronic shifts in the data, (2) will correct for back- 
ground, (3) will normalize the data to a fixed neutron flux 
level, (4) allows a choice of weighting factors, and (5) allows 
a choice of methods for calculation of standard deviations. 
The code requires a matrix of reference gamma-ray spectra. 
These spectra can be in raw-data form. All of the modifica- 
tions available to the complex gamma-ray spectra are avail- 
able to the reference gamma-ray spectra. In addition, a decay 
correction is available for the reference gamma-ray spectra. 
Only the reference gamma-ray spectra that have intensity co- 
efficients which are significant at a prescribed level of signifi- 
cance are retained in the final solution. The intermediate solu- 
tions, i.e., those solutions that contain reference gamma-ray 
spectra which have nonsignificant intensity coefficients at the 
prescribed level, are printed out. Therefore, several solutions 
are imbedded in the final solution. Currently the program is re- 
stricted to a problem of 400 channels and 1 5 reference spec- 
tra. There would be no difficulty in expanding this to as many 
as 4096 channels. However, the number of reference spectra 
is limited by the accuracy desired in the inversion procedure. 
The inversion program currently being used would suffer 
(from the accuracy standpoint) if the number of reference 
spectra were greater than 25. (ERA citation 08:022559). ..Soft- 
ware Description: IBM360/50; FORTRAN IV Level G; OS/ 
360. 

SORSDB; Pressure Vessel Stress and Fatigue. 

F. C. Carlson, and R. E. Dobson. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-391R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048391 Price code: CP T03 

SORSDB was written to calculate the stress intensities and 
fatigue usage factors for pressure vessels (structural mem- 
bers) in accordance with the ASME Code, Nuclear Vessels, 
Section 3. The input requires the basic membrane and bend- 
ing stresses generated by the SOR2 code (NESC Abstract 
80) or any adaptable shell program. The output includes 
stress differences, stress intensities, and fatigue usage fac- 
tors. As many as 100 points on the vessel may be evaluated 
for a maximum of 15 operating conditions and 50 fatigue 
cycles. (ERA citation 08:020567). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV. 

JITER; Fluctuation Experiment Analysis. 

M. Natelson, and D. R. Harris. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-394R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048394 Price code: CP T09 

JITER computes the following quantities measured in reactor 
fluctuation experiments - the dispersion parameter y, the 
modified coefficient of correlation MCC, the frequency de- 
pendent part of the power spectral density PSD, and the 
cross power spectral density CPSD. The kinetics model may 
have as many as 4 energy groups and up to 6 groups of de- 
layed neutrons. Half the reactor core can be described with 



up to 300 spatial mesh points and as many as 5 different ma- 
terials distributed in at most 50 spatial regions. A total of 10 
modes can be used in the expansions. (ERA citation 
08:02051 8)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
120,000 (octal) memory locations. 

FLAC; Steady-State Flow, Pressure Distribution. 

G. J. Malek, R. G. Olson, and P. L. Versteegen. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-395 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048395 Price code: CP T09 

The flow analysis code FLAC calculates the steady-state flow 
and pressure distribution in an arbitrary network. The program 
includes the possibility of heat addition and mass addition in 
any portion of the network. The FLAC program does not con- 
sider two- phase flow or open-channel flow, as in hydraulics. 
(ERA citation 08:020568)...Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108;IBM370;CDC6600; FORTRAN V (UNIVAC1108) 
and FORTRAN IV (IBM370 and CDC6600); EXEC2 
(UNIVAC1108), OS/370 (IBM370), SCOPE (CDC6600); The 
computer storage requirements for FLAC are flexible, and the 
size of the various arrays can be adjusted to suit any prob- 
lem. With all arrays set to their maximum, a problem consist- 
ing of 1500 branches and 700 nodes requires approximately 
50,000 storage locations on the UNIVAC1108. 180K bytes of 
memory are needed for the IBM370 version and 72,000 
(octal) words of memory are required for the CDC6600 ver- 
sion. 

WASP2; Water Properties for Safety Analysis. 

D. A. Spragg, C. S. Caldwell, F. T. Dunckhorst, G. W. 
Swartele, and T. R. Feher. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-396R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048396 Price code: CP T12 

WASP2 is a FORTRAN IV computer program which performs 
a spline function fit to data obtained from the WASP subpro- 
gram (see reference 1) for thermodynamic and transport 
properties of water and steam. The properties calculated by 
WASP2 are: pressure and temperature as functions of specif- 
ic volume and specific internal energy; specific volume as a 
function of pressure and enthalpy; and viscosity, thermal con- 
ductivity, and specific heat as functions of pressure and tem- 
perature. The WASP2 procedures are restricted to be within a 
pressure range from below atmospheric to near critical for 
saturation states and for single phase vapor, and to over 
10,000 psia for single phase liquid. The temperature range is 
approximately 40F to 650F for the liquid and from saturation 
temperature to approximately 2200F for the vapor regions. 
(ERA citation 08:021 152). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600,7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.3 (CDC6600), 
SCOPE 1.1 (CDC7600); The WASP2 procedure requires 
200,000 (octal) words of CDC7600 large core memory (LCM) 
for storing the coefficients for the spline functional fit of the 
water and steam surfaces. 

GAPL3; Inelastic Large Deflection Stress Study. 

A. L. Thurman. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 

ANL/NESC-397R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 



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documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048397 Price code: CP T1 1 

GAPL3 determines the inelastic, large-deflection behavior of 
thin plates or axially symmetric shells with pressure loading 
and deflection restraints. The thickness of the plate or shell 
should fall within the limits of thin shell theory. (ERA citation 
08:021 322)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV 
and Assembly language; SCOPE; Minimum core storage of 
100,000 (octal) words, a printer, an on-line punch, and a plot- 
ter. 

BE21; Few-Group, Discrete Ordinates for Slab Geometry. 

E. Schmidt. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-398R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048398 Price code: CP T1 1 

BE21 solves the few-group discrete ordinates equations in 
slab geometry. Either homogeneous or inhomogeneous prob- 
lems can be solved. The maximum number of ordinates is 60 
which may be divided arbitrarily among the groups subject to 
the restriction that the ordinate schemes be symmetric about, 
but not include, mu= in each group. The corresponding 
group number limit is 30 with two ordinates per group. Other 
limitations include - 20 compositions 50 regions 50 source re- 
gions. (ERA citation 08:022482). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.1; 140,000 (octal) loca- 
tions of fast memory and 2 scratch tapes. 

SUMOR;M0271; S-Wave Neutron Cross Section 
Calculation. 

D. R. Harris, and C. B. Noll. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-399R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048399 Price code: CP T09 

SUMOR calculates s-wave neutron cross sections at selected 
energies. The cross sections are calculated in three approxi- 
mations to r-matrix theory - the Reich-Moore approximation, 
the Feshbach, Porter, and Weisskopf approximation, and the 
sums of single-level formulae approximation. These calculat- 
ed cross sections or, alternatively, input lists of cross sec- 
tions, are Doppler-broadened using exact calculation for 
target nucleii in Maxwellian motion. Calculated cross sections 
or cross sections divided by neutron energy can be integrated 
between arbitrary energy limits. Level-level interference is not 
permitted in fission channels. SUMOR treats s-wave channels 
only, and potential cross section is approximated as inde- 
pendent of energy. (ERA citation 08:022483).. .Software De- 
scription: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.1; SUMOR re- 
quires approximately 135,000 (octal) central memory loca- 
tions. The number of central memory words could be de- 
creased by decreasing the dimensions of the output cross 
sections. Also, one input and at least three output devices are 
required. 

SAS1A; Fast Reactor Power and Flow Transients. 

T. J. Heames. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-400 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 



prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048400 Price code: CP T13 

SAS1A is used for the analysis of fast reactor power and flow 
transients. The program consists of four driver programs each 
called by the main program. These drivers handle the areas 
of (1) input/output, with diagnostics, (2) steady-state initializa- 
tion, to define the core operating conditions before the initi- 
ation of the transient, (3) the transient portion, and (4) the dis- 
assembly (weak explosion) analysis. Maxima of 20 axial heat 
transfer nodes in a fuel pin, in the upper blanket, and in the 
lower blanket 6 delay groups, 60 regions used to describe the 
core, 200 axial segments in the coolant channel, 15 radial 
temperatures in the fuel. (ERA citation 08:02051 9). ..Software 
Description: CDC6600; IBM360/75; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 
(CDC6600) and OS/360 (IBM360); 41 OK bytes on the 
IBM360/75 (without overlays) and approximately 300K bytes 
on the IBM360/75 (with overlays). 

GAMTRI; Two-Dimensional, Multigroup, Diffusion 
Triangular Mesh Geometries. 

J. P. Dorsey, and R. Froehlich. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-401 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048401 Price code: CP T14 

The homogeneous two-dimensional multigroup diffusion 
theory equations with arbitrary group-to-group scattering and 
arbitrary fission transfer are solved for heterogeneous assem- 
blies in (uniform mesh) triangular geometry. Homogeneous 
logarithmic boundary conditions are used at the outer surface 
of non-diffusion regions. The results include the group- and 
point-dependent neutron fluxes, the power distribution, the 
neutron multiplication factor, and a detailed neutron balance. 
Maxima of 10 energy groups 20,000 space mesh points 255 
different material regions. (ERA citation 08:022484)...Software 
Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV (90%) and Assembly 
language (10%); EXEC2, General Atomic Version GAX 23; 
65,536 words of core storage, 3 tape units on 1 data channel, 
1 ,572.864 words of drum storage from 1 data channel, and a 
peripheral printer-punch. 

SABOR4; Discrete-Element Analysis of Thin Shells. 

E. A. Witmer, E. W. Mack, T. H. H. Pian, and B. A. Berg. 
Massachusetts Inst, of Tech., Cambridge. Aeroelastic and 
Structures Research Lab. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
402R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048402 Price code: CP T12 

SABOR4 is a discrete element displacement program for the 
linear-elastic, static, load-deflection analysis of meridionally- 
curved, variable-thickness, branched, thin shells of revolution 
which may be subjected to concentrated or distributed exter- 
nal loading and to isothermal or nonuniform temperature con- 
ditions. The program consists of five primary subprograms - 
HAL4, MELT4, LANCE4, MAINS4, and SUMPLOT4. Three of 
these (HAL4, MELT4, and LANCE4) process external-me- 
chanical-load or thermal-load data to determine the general- 
ized nodal forces for each discrete element. MAINS4 com- 
putes the discrete-element stiffness and mass matrices and 



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forms these matrices for the assembled structure. SUM- 
PLOT4 calculates the other quantities of interest, sums contri- 
butions from various loading harmonics, and prepares results 
for CalComp plotting. (ERA citation 08:021 323). ..Software De- 
scription: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360. 

FINEL; Finite-Element Study in Two- and Three- 
Dimensonal Structures. 

W. B. Jordan, and L. A. Grieb. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-404R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048404 Price code: CP T09 

FINEL is a collection of three programs for the calculation of 
the elastic and plastic behavior of structures. The structures 
are built up from plates and bars, which can be arranged in 
either 2-dimensional or 3-dimensional assemblies. The plates 
can be in plane stress or plane strain. FINEL2 handles 2-D 
structures only. FINEL3 can handle both 2- and 3-D struc- 
tures, but is slower. FINEL2 maxima - 2000 nodes 1000 ele- 
ments 4 types of materials 1 different materials of each type 
100 groups 500 forces of any one type (x, y, or slant) 500 
boundary conditions of any one type FINEL3 maxima - 30 
nodes per group if the number of dimensions is 2, 20 nodes 
per group if the number of dimensions is 3, 100 groups 1000 
elements. (ERA citation 08:021 324).. .Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; CHIPPEWA. 

NOAH; One-Dimensional, One-Group Space-Time 
Diffusion Feedback. 

G. S. Lellouche. 

Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-405 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048405 Price code: CP T1 1 

NOAH solves the one-dimensional, one-group space-time dif- 
fusion equation accounting for the effects of fuel, clad, and 
coolant temperatures (or by changing subroutines fuel, cool- 
ant, and solid moderator temperatures) on fission and absorp- 
tion cross sections, and on the diffusion coefficient and the 
transverse buckling. It can account for the effects of xenon- 
iodine feedback. If desired, it will determine long-time xenon- 
flux behavior assuming the temperatures to be in quasi-static 
equilibrium. Numerous methods of perturbation are allowed 
and control of the transient is also provided. Maxima of 6 
groups of delayed neutrons 10 regions 500 space points. A 
new region is required when the feedback free value of any of 
the parameters is changed from the preceding region value. 
(ERA citation 08:022485)...Software Description: CDC6600; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2 or 3; 27K memory. 

DATATRAN2 RAD1 Geometry Modules; Radial Geometry 
Modules for Two-Dimensional Input. 

R. H. Bean, and H. J. Kopp. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-406 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048406 Price code: CP T14 

This series of DATATRAN modules is designed to provide the 
computerized two-dimensional geometry descriptions required 



for engineering and nuclear design computations. The mod- 
ules communicate via DATATRAN N-dot datasets, and the 
user must link the appropriate modules to perform a specific 
task. Modules are designed to accept as input data tran- 
scribed from engineering drawings, to plot, check, and edit 
the generated geometric data, and to calculate moments of 
inertia and area intersections. Curves are limited to straight- 
line approximations in most modules and to second-order 
curves in principal modules. The total geometric complexity is 
not limited. (ERA citation 08:021 325). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600.7600; FORTRAN (90%), COMPASS (5%), DATA- 
TRAN2 (5%); DATATRAN2 with SCOPE 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 or 
SCOPE 3.4 (CDC6600), SCOPE 1.1. 

DATATRAN2 Utility Plotting Modules; Utility Plot Modules 
F(X) and F(X,Y). 

H. J. Kopp, R. P. DiStefano, B. L. Hennig, C. N. Hodgins, and 
A. N. Lord. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-407 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048407 Price code: CP T12 

This series of DATATRAN modules is designed to provide 
basic plotting capability in an easy-to-use package. Functions 
of one or two variables can be accommodated. The modules 
may be used to plot results of calculations performed by 
other modules or to display data read from cards or tapes. 
There is a limit of approximately 8,000 points per curve for 
functions of one variable and 16,000 points for functions of 
two variables. (ERA citation 08:021 326).. .Software Descrip- 
tion: CDC6600.7600; FORTRAN (80%), COMPASS (15%), 
DATATRAN2 (5%); SCOPE 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 or SCOPE 3.4 
(CDC6600), SCOPE 1.1. 

TAC2D; Steady-State and Transient Temperature 
Calculations. 

J. F. Petersen, S. S. Clark, and L. G. de Viedma. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-408 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048408 Price code: CP T14 

TAC2D is designed to treat transient, two-dimensional heat 
transfer problems. Steady-state problems are treated by con- 
sidering the problem to be a transient, starting with an as- 
sumed temperature distribution and running until equilibrium 
conditions are established. Geometrically, rectangular (x,y), 
cylindrical (r,z), or circular (r.theta) coordinates may be used. 
The grid line system must be orthogonal in the rectangular, 
cylindrical, or circular coordinate system. (ERA citation 
08:021 41 0)...Software Description: 

UNIVAC1108;IBM360,370,303x; FORTRAN V (UNIVAC1108), 
FORTRAN IV (IBM360); EXEC2 (UNIVAC1108), OS/360 
(IBM360); 65K words are required on the UNIVAC1108 and 
380K bytes on the IBM360. In addition to input/output, a 
maximum of four and a minimum of no tapes are required de- 
pending upon the code options being used. 

LARCA; Flux-Weighting of DTF4 Cross Sections. 

R. C. Anderson. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-409 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 



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Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048409 Price code: CP T09 

Multigroup cross sections are weighted by the flux in the ap- 
propriate groups and regions, and cross sections for the as- 
sembly are computed and punched in DTF4 format. The pro- 
gram also computes the infinite medium flux, reaction rates, 
and the infinite multiplication factor and material buckling. 
Maxima of 25 groups 1 3 reactions per group 20 zones 36 ma- 
terials. (ERA citation 08:022486)... Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; 63,000 (octal) storage. 

TACASI; Analysis of Resonance measurements. 

S. Friesenhahn. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-410 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048410 Price code: CP T1 1 

TACASI is used to determine the parameters of a single neu- 
tron resonance. The code accepts measured values of cap- 
ture areas, self-indication areas, self-indication ratios and 
transmission areas and their associated uncertainties in any 
combination and determines best estimates of the neutron 
and radiation widths and their standard deviations. As many 
as 16 observed quantities may be input and as many as 24 
subresonances may be included. (ERA citation 
08:022487)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
IV; EXEC2; 65K memory. 

M0661;M0657;M0626; Polynomial Curve Fitting. 

T. Shimamoto. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-411R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE8304841 1 Price code: CP T1 1 

M0661, M0657, and M0626 perform statistical analyses of 
data based on a least squares polynomial fit. (ERA citation 
08:022829)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3.1; CDC280 plotter for the graphical output. 

MANE1; Rectangular Magnetic Network Solution. 

D. A. Guerdan, and O. J. Marlowe. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-412R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048412 Price code: CP T09 

The MANE1 program finds the magnetic flux in each branch 
of a magnetic network consisting of a number of branches of 
iron and air. The problem is one step in the design of slow 
speed reluctance motors in which the magnetic flux is deter- 
mined in all component parts for a position of the rotor with 
respect to the stator. The network consists of a number of 
major rectangles of loops connected to each other in a cyclic 
fashion. (ERA citation 08:021 327). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3; For small problems, Ir = 
18, 35,000 (octal) core locations are required. For large prob- 
lems, Ir = 80, 154,000 (octal) locations are required. 



ALPHA-M; Resolution of gamma-Ray Spectra. 

E. Schonfeld. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

413 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048413 Price code: CP T09 

ALPHA-M is used for determining radioisotopes by least- 
squares resolution of the gamma ray spectra. It can handle a 
very large library of gamma ray spectra and takes into ac- 
count corrections such as background subtraction, counting 
time, decay time, dead time, automatic compensation for gain 
and threshold shifts, size of the aliquot, volume reduction 
prior to counting, and so on. (ERA citation 08:022538)...Soft- 
ware Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV. 

TAC3D; Transient Three-Oimensional Heat Transfer 
Program. 

J. F. Petersen. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-414 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048414 Price code: CP T09 

TAC3D is designed to treat transient, three-dimensional heat 
transfer problems. Steady-state problems are treated by con- 
sidering the problem to be a transient, starting with an as- 
sumed temperature distribution and running until equilibrium 
conditions are established. Geometrically, the problem may 
be defined by either rectangular (x,y,z) or cylindrical (r.z.theta) 
coordinates. The grid plane system must be orthogonal in the 
rectangular or cylindrical coordinate system. (ERA citation 
08:021 41 1)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
V; EXEC2; 65K memory. A maximum of four and a minimum 
of no tapes are required, depending upon the code options 
being used. 

CEXE;INCEXE; One-Group, Three-Dimensional Xyz Xenon 
Oscillation. 

R. Kern, and S. Pacino. 

Combustion Engineering, Inc., Windsor, CT. Computer 
Services Section. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-415 U.S. 
Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048415 Price code: CP T09 

CEXE solves the three-dimensional xyz time-dependent 
xenon spatial oscillation problem using a modified one energy 
group theory and a nodal representation. Maximum reactor 
core size representation is restricted to a nodal configuration 
of 19 x 19 x 10 in the x, y, z directions, respectively. (ERA 
citation 08:020520)...Software Description: IBM360; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/360; 256K bytes, 6 IBM2314 disk drives, and 3 
IBM2400 tape drives. 

PARTI; Optimal Group or Mesh Collapsing. 

A. A. Harms, and J. A. Stoddard. 
McMaster Univ., Hamilton, Ontario (Canada). Dept. of 
Engineering Physics. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-416 U.S. 
Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 



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DE83048416 Price code: CP T03 

PARTI is a group collapsing code which determines the opti- 
mum discrete representation of a variable for subsequent re- 
petitive calculations. PARTI will optimize the discrete repre- 
sentation of an arbitrary function of one or two independent 
variables. (ERA citation 08:022488). ..Software Description: 
CDC6500; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; 32K memory. 

ATHENA4; Inelastic Scattering Form Factors. 

F. S. Chwieroth, J. J. Dodson, M. B. Johnson, L. W. Owen, 
and G. R. Satchler. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
417 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048417 Price code: CP T1 1 

ATHENA4 computes form factors for inelastic scattering cal- 
culations, using single-particle wave functions that are eigen- 
states of motion in either a Woods-Saxon potential well or a 
harmonic oscillator well. Two-body forces of Gauss, Coulomb, 
Yukawa, and a sum of cut-off Yukawa radial dependences 
are available. Maxima of 100 wave function components 10 
interaction components. The reduced matrix elements of the 
one-body multipole operators may be included automatically 
in the wave function coefficients. Non-local effects on the 
wave functions may be included in the local energy approxi- 
mation. (ERA citation 08:022560)...Software Description: 
IBM360/75.91; FORTRAN IV; OS/360. 

CHAINS; Analysis of Radioactive Decay Chains. 

W. B. Henderson. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pittsburgh, PA. PWR Systems 

Div. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-418 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048418 Price code: CP T03 

CHAINS computes the atom density of members of a single 
radioactive decay chain. The linearity of the Bateman equa- 
tions allows tracing of interconnecting chains by manually ac- 
cumulating results from separate calculations of single chains. 
Re-entrant loops can be treated as extensions of a single 
chain. Losses from the chain are also tallied. Maxima of 50 
members in a chain 100 energy groups 100 time values. 
(ERA citation 08:022539)...Software Description: GE625.635; 
FORTRAN IV; GECOS; 16K memory. 

GROUSE; Space-Dependent Cross Section Generation. 

W. B. Henderson. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pittsburgh, PA. PWR Systems 

Div. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-420 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048420 Price code: CP T1 1 

GROUSE computes effective multigroup cross sections as a 
function of position in the core of a reactor or the absorber 
region of a fuel or control element. The flux weighting uses 
synthesized fluxes generated in fine energy detail from para- 
metric flux traverses supplied as input as a function of the 
core absorption and scatter cross sections. Maxima of 99 



groups, 40 core zones, 20 parametric values of core absorp- 
tion cross section, 3 parametric values of scattering cross 
section, 25 isotopes, 2600 fine energy lattice points. The core 
can contain a mixture of isotopes if the isotopic composition 
is not a function of position. (ERA citation 08:020521). ..Soft- 
ware Description: GE625.635; FORTRAN IV; GECOS; 38K 
memory, 6 tapes or disk. 

MICHRD; Microhardness Measurement Analysis. 

N. R. Baumgardt. 

General Electric Co., Cincinnati, OH. Aircraft Engine Group. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-421 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048421 Price code: CP T09 

The Vickers pyramid number and the microhardness incre- 
ment fraction are computed from filar micrometer eyepiece 
readings. These readings are made on indents, which have 
been made by an indenter, in the material being tested. 
Maxima of 100 temperatures for each specimen 1000 in- 
dents, summed over all temperatures, for each specimen 4 
readings per indent. (ERA citation 08:021 039). ..Software De- 
scription: GE625.635; FORTRAN IV; GECOS; 27K memory. 

DOS; Neutron Flux-Dosimeter Activity Relation. 

W. B. Henderson, and N. R. Baumgardt. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pittsburgh, PA. PWR Systems 

Div. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-423 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048423 Price code: CP T03 

DOS computes the local neutron flux per reference reactor 
power level which will produce the measured activity of a do- 
simeter. Alternatively, if the flux value is supplied, the corre- 
sponding dosimeter activity will be calculated. (ERA citation 
08:020522)...Software Description: GE625.635; FORTRAN IV; 
GECOS III; 25K memory. 

GLUB1; Water-Logged Fuel Element Analysis. 

F. T. Dunckhorst, L. L. Lynn, W. A. Coffman, and J. E. Meyer. 
Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-424R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048424 Price code: CP T1 1 

GLUB1 solves the waterlogging transient caused by the exist- 
ence of a fuel element cladding defect during an increase in 
power. The power is either - case 1, put in as an arbitrary 
function of time, or case 2, assumed to be a series of linear 
ramps to a new steady-state with steeper and steeper slopes. 
All the geometry and metal properties are input quantities. 
Water properties are obtained from internal tables. Clad and 
fuel thermal, stress, and strain computations are performed. 
The output consists of internal pressure and defect flow. For 
case 1 , the clad stress versus time is printed, and for case 2 
the steady-state power value which causes clad failure is 
printed. For each metal property, up to 10 values versus tem- 
perature can be put in. If power or defect enthalpy is to be 
input, up to 30 values versus time can be given. Finally, in 
order to obtain allowable power as a function of defect diam- 



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eter, up to 10 different diameters can be put in. (ERA citation 
08:020604).. .Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE; 60,000 octal locations. 

REDUX; Reactor Fluctuation Experiment Analysis. 

D. R. Harris, and M. Natelson. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-425R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048425 Price code: CP T03 

REDUX is used for the reduction of data from reactor fluctua- 
tion experiments. From input count samples recorded by one 
or two counting channels, the program computes unbiased 
sample estimates of moments and functions of moments of 
the count distributions, including the dispersion parameter y 
and the modified coefficient of correlation MCC. Standard 
error estimates are computed for y and MCC. (ERA citation 
08:020523)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE; 64,000 (octal) locations. 

PAX03; Harmony-PDQ Cross Section Generation Code. 

S. M. Nikolich, S. H. Weiss, O. J. Marlowe, B. O. Greenberg, 
and S. E. Kovscek. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-426R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048426 Price code: CP T1 7 

PAX03 performs infinite medium, time-dependent calculations 
of neutron flux spectra in homogeneous, hydrogenous media. 
A HARMONY file containing few-group microscopic and/or 
macroscopic cross sections for PDQ7 problems may be gen- 
erated. The one-dimensional multigroup transport equation 
may be solved using a P1 to P7 approximation in rectangular, 
cylindrical, or spherical geometry. Heterogeneous resonance 
integrals and thermal shielding factors are calculated for 
either plate or rod geometry. Blackness parameters are calcu- 
lated and coefficients for temperature feedback calculations 
are obtained. Few-group constants are available in both the 
fast and thermal energy ranges. Maxima of 30 cells calculat- 
ed in one problem 30 nuclides represented in the fast energy 
spectrum 50 nuclides used in other parts of the program 4 
fast groups with 1 thermal group or 3 fast groups with 2 over- 
lapping thermal groups 3 perturbed parameters in the temper- 
ature feedback calculations unlimited number of depletion 
times. (ERA citation 08:022489). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV and COMPASS; SCOPE 3; System 
disk, dedicated disk area for Bettis file manager, extended 
core storage (ECS) for auxiliary storage. 

FARED; One-Dimensional Fast Reactor Design and 
Survey Study. 

D. H. Roy, J. M. Tilford, A. Z. Livolsi, P. N. Colpo, and C. D. 
Carmichael. 

Babcock and Wilcox Co., Lynchburg, VA. Nuclear Power 
Generation Dept. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-427 U.S. 
Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048427 Price code: CP T17 

FARED contains an internal cross section averaging routine 
which is responsible for preparing broad group cross section 



sets for various material regions of the reactor. The cross 
section averaging is performed in program REGA, which com- 
putes a B1 flux and current in up to 20 reactor block compo- 
sitions for use as weighting functions in the cross section col- 
lapsing calculation. A homogeneous or heterogeneous re- 
solved and unresolved resonance treatment is provided to 
compute effective microgroup resonance cross sections for 
the block mixture or up to 2 cell types per block. Real and 
adjoint flux distributions are calculated for one-dimensional 
slab, cylindrical, or spherical geometries. The real fluxes are 
normalized to yield desired total reactor power. Criticality 
searches may be performed on the reactor dimension, trans- 
verse buckling or zone compositions. Enrichment searches 
may be performed to yield desired ratios of maximum (or av- 
erage) power densities in several zones. Zonewise depletion 
is calculated either for a given time period or until specified 
criticality, burnup or nuclide concentrations are satisfied. 
Flexible fuel management is available permitting specified ma- 
terial units to be moved into, out of or shuffled within the re- 
actor. A wide variety of edits may be performed, including 
perturbation and kinetic parameters calculations. Maxima of 
100 microgroups, 30 multigroups, 15 downscattering groups, 
'150 mesh points, 149 mesh intervals, 149 mesh intervals per 
zone, 50 unique nuclides, 20 zones, 20 blocks, 100 zone ma- 
terials, 40 cells, 30 nuclides per block, 20 zones per block, 2 
cells per block, 30 nuclides in a chain, 500 resonance peaks 
per nuclide, 1 5 nuclides per cell composition, 30 nuclides per 
block composition, 7 resonance nuclides per block, 3000 stor- 
age locations for bulk material data. (ERA citation 
08:020524)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV 
and COMPASS; SCOPE 3; 45,000 (decimal) core storage and 
16 tape drives or distinct disk files plus I/O. 

DOGGY; Desk Calculator Form Sheet DP Package. 

S. A. Gazda. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-428R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048428 Price code: CP T1 1 

DOGGY can perform most routine form sheet calculations. 
The program can handle common arithmetic manipulations on 
columns of input such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, 
and division. It also has provisions for the use of special func- 
tions such as logarithmic, trigonometric, arc trigonometric, hy- 
perbolic, exponential, square root, maxima, minima, and rais- 
ing a number to any power. DOGGY also calculates water 
properties such as thermal conductivity, viscosity, and Prandtl 
Number over a wide range of temperature and pressure. 
Maxima of 150 columns of input 100 rows per column. (ERA 
citation 08:022830)...Software Description: CDC6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV and ASCENT. 

ASPIS; Gamma-Ray Source Buildup Factor Calculations. 

L. Lois. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-429R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048429 Price code: CP T1 1 

ASPIS computes the energy, dose and energy deposition 
buildup factors for monoenergetic gamma rays for a plane 
isotropic, plane monodirectional, or plane slant source, in an 
arbitrary laminar array. Maxima of 12 regions 151 spatial 



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mesh points per region 650 total spatial mesh points 10 ma- 
terial compositions 10 MeV maximum energy 251 total energy 
mesh points 13 energy groups 6 terms in the double range 
Legendre polynomial expansion of the flux 6 terms in the Le- 
gendre polynomial expansion of the scattering kernel. (ERA 
citation 08:022490)...Software Description: CDC6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV and ASCENT; SCOPE 3.1; 140K (octal) memory and 
3 tapes for scratch storage. 

GAZE2; One-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion in Slab, 
Spherical, and Cylindrical Geometries. 

S. R. Lenihan. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape AN L/ 

NESC-430 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048430 Price code: CP T12 

GAZE2 is a one-dimensional, multigroup, neutron diffusion 
theory program, it includes all four of the standard one-dimen- 
sional geometries - slab, sphere, radial cylinder, and axial cyl- 
inder, the last of which is identical to slab geometry except 
when the ZOOM albedo-type transverse boundary condition is 
used. (ERA citation 08:022491).. .Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV (95%) and Assembly language 
(5%); EXEC2. 

SUPERTOG; ENDF/B Fine-Group Constants Generation. 

R. Q. Wright, J. L. Lucius, N. M. Greene, and C. W. Craven, 
Jr. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
431 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048431 Price code: CP T14 

SUPERTOG accepts nuclear data in either a point by point or 
parametric representation as specified by ENDF/B. This data 
is averaged over each specified group width. The explicit as- 
sumption is made that the flux per unit lethargy is constant or 
that a suitable weight function will be supplied by the user. 
When resonance data is available, resolved and unresolved 
resonance contributions are calculated and used as specified 
by input options. Fine group constants such as one-dimen- 
sional reaction arrays (absorption, fission, etc.), PN elastic 
scattering matrices, and inelastic and (n,2n) scattering, matri- 
ces are generated and placed on tapes in formats suitable for 
use by the GAM1, GAM2, ANISN, or DOT programs. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:022492)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN 
IV (ANSI FORTRAN); OS/360; 65K memory, 6 scratch disks, 
and 1 tape. 

COBRA4I; Rod Bundle and Core Thermal-Hydraulics. 

C. L Wheeler, C. W. Stewart, J. F. Cena, D. S. Rowe, and A. 
M. Sutey. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-432 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048432 Price code: CP T13 

COBRA41 performs steady-state and transient thermal-hy- 
draulic analysis of rod bundle nuclear fuel elements and cores 
via the subchannel analysis method. Using the COBRA4I 
code option to store variables on peripheral storage devices 



eliminates any practical limit as to maximum problem size. 
However, computer core requirements and code execution 
time is always a consideration when determining the complex- 
ity of the problem to be solved. (ERA citation 
08:020605). ..Software Description: 

CDC6600,7600,CYBER175;CRAY1; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 
(CDC6600,7600), NOS (CDC CYBER 175), COS (CRAY1); 
202,000 (octal) words and 4 scratch units besides the stand- 
ard input/output units. 

CONTEMPT-LT/028;CONTEMPT-LT/026; Pressure- 
Temperature Response. 

D. W. Hargroves, L. J. Metcalfe, T. Cheng, L. L. Wheat, and 
W. J. Mings. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-433 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048433 Price code: CP T99 

CONTEMPT-LT was developed to predict the long-term be- 
havior of water-cooled nuclear reactor containment systems 
subjected to postulated loss-of-coolant accident (LOCA) con- 
ditions. CONTEMPT-LT calculates the time variation of com- 
partment pressures, temperatures, mass and energy invento- 
ries, heat structure temperature distributions, and energy ex- 
change with adjacent compartments. The program is capable 
of describing the effects of leakage on containment response. 
Models are provided for fan cooler and cooling spray engi- 
neered safety systems. One to four compartments can be 
modeled, and any compartment except the reactor system 
may have both a liquid pool region and an air-vapor atmos- 
phere region above the pool. Each region is assumed to have 
a uniform temperature, but the temperatures of the two re- 
gions may be different. The user determines the compart- 
ments to be used, specifies input mass and energy additions, 
defines heat structure and leakage systems, and prescribes 
the time advancement and output control. Maxima of 20 heat 
conducting structures 101 mesh points for each structure 20 
regions for each structure 50 flow elements in one segment 
of the horizontal vent pressure suppression system 10 hori- 
zontal vents (or branches) in a segment 50 reductions within 
an input time-step. CONTEMPT-LT can be used for analyzing 
the transient containment behavior of boiling-water reactors 
(BWRs) including Mark I, Mark II, and Mark III systems; pres- 
surized-water reactors (PWRs), and experimental water reac- 
tor simulators or related experiments. (ERA citation 
08:020569). ..Software Description: 

CDC7600,CYBER176;IBM360; FORTRAN IV and COMPASS 
(CDC7600). FORTRAN IV and BAL (1BM360); SCOPE 2.1 
(CDC7600), OS/MVT (IBM360); 58K "(octal) bytes and a Cal- 
Comp or microfilm plotter (CONTEMPT-LT/028); 430K bytes 
and a CalComp or SC4060 plotter for graphical output (CON- 
TEMPT-LT/026). 

HEATMESH; Geometrical Data Heat Transfer Study. 

V. K. Gabrielson. 

Sandia National Labs., Livermore, CA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-434 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048434 Price code: CP T09 

HEATMESH is used to generate geometrical data required for 
studies of heat transfer in axisymmetric structures represent- 
ed as surfaces of revolution. The program consists of two dis- 



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tinct phases. The first subdivides the given parts into a nodal 
network and evaluates the geometrical properties of the 
nodes. The second determines adjacent nodes and edits geo- 
metrical data for the thermal model. (ERA citation 
08:021 328)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE. 

BURST1; Hydrodynamic Analysis During Slowdown. 

G. A. Jayne, G. H. Hanson, and R. P. Rose. 

Idaho Nuclear Corp., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-435 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048435 Price code: CP T13 

BURST1 provides for the study of pressurized liquid in a cylin- 
drical system immediately after a rupture occurs at one or 
both ends of the system. Pressure, mass velocity, and enthal- 
py are calculated at equally-spaced mesh points along the 
length of the system. This is a one-dimensional representa- 
tion, assuming uniform conditions throughout any given cross- 
sectional area. Forces on designated sections of the system 
can also be computed, with provision for directional changes. 
Maxima of 50 total cylinders and adapters 2000 space-steps 
in the whole system 5000 time-steps. Only subcooled, fricti- 
tionless, adiabatic cases can be considered. (ERA citation 
08:021 41 2)...Software Description: IBM360/75; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360; 32K memory. 

ETOM1; ENDF/B Format to MUFT Format Cross Sections. 

R. A. Dannels, and D. E. Kusner. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pittsburgh, PA. Nuclear Energy 

Systems Div. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-436 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048436 Price code: CP T1 3 

ETOM1 processes basic nuclear information given in the 
ENDF/B format and produces data decks for use in genera- 
tion of MUFT4 and MUFT5 libraries. (ERA citation 
08:022493)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3.1; 43,000 (decimal) locations with 2 tapes (scratch 
tape and library tape). 

ETOG1; ENDF/B to MUFT, GAM, ANISN Cross Sections 
Format. 

D. E. Kusner, R. A. Dannels, and S. Kellman. 
Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pittsburgh, PA. Nuclear Energy 
Systems Div. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-437 U.S. Sales 
Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 
in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 
recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 
have questions. 
DE83048437 Price code: CP T14 

ETOG1 processes basic nuclear information given in the 
ENDF/B format and produces data decks for use in genera- 
tion of MUFT4, MUFT5, GAM1, GAM2, and ANISN libraries. 
(ERA citation 08:022494)...Software Description: CDC6600; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.1; 55,000 decimal locations and 4 
scratch tapes in addition to the library tape and standard 
input, output, and punch units. 

BUG2; Two-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion and Burnup 
in Xy, Rz Geometries. 



J. P. Dorsey, R. Froehlich, and F. Todt. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1934, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-438 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048438 Price code: CP T15 

The two-dimensional, multigroup, neutron diffusion equations 
for x-y or r-z geometry are solved to obtain the multiplication 
factor and the spatial flux and power distributions. Complete 
reactor life histories with partial refueling at a number of 
reload points can be calculated. The depletion scheme of all 
burnable nuclides is specified by the user at execution time. A 
regionwide depletion scheme is used. Concentration depend- 
ent self-shielding factors may be applied to any nuclide. 
Maxima of 10 groups 20,000 space mesh points 255 regions 
300 subregions 40 total nuclides 25 heavy nuclides 25 fission 
products and other burnable nuclides. (ERA citation 
08:022495)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
IV and Assembly language; EXEC2, GAX23; 65,536 words of 
core storage, 2 million words of drum storage on one data 
channel, 3 tape units, and a peripheral printer. 

BUGTRI; Two-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion and 
Burnup in Triangular Geometries. 

J. P. Dorsey, R. Froehlich, and F. Todt. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-439 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048439 Price code: CP T1 5 

The 2-dimensional multigroup, neutron diffusion theory equa- 
tions for triangular geometry are solved to obtain the multipli- 
cation factor and the spatial flux and power distributions. 
Complete reactor life histories with partial refueling at a 
number of reload time-points can be calculated. The deple- 
tion scheme of all burnable nuclides is specified by the user 
at execution time. A regionwise depletion scheme is used. 
Concentration dependent self-shielding factors may be ap- 
plied to any nuclide. Maxima of 10 groups 20,000 space 
mesh points 255 regions 300 subregions 40 total nuclides 25 
heavy nuclides 25 fission products and other burnable nu- 
clides. (ERA citation 08:022496). ..Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV and Assembly language; EXEC2, 
GAX23, 65,536 words of core storage, 2 million words of 
drum storage on one data channel, 3 tape units, and a pe- 
ripheral printer. 

DYNAM; Dynamic Analysis Boiling Flow Steam. 

G. Schlueter, and L. E. Efferding. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-440 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048440 Price code: CP T1 1 

DYNAM performs a dynamic analysis of once-through boiling 
flow oscillations with steam superheat. The model describing 
the superheat regime (single-phase, variable density fluid) for 
subcritical pressure operation is also applicable to the study 
of once-through operation using supercritical pressure water. 
Maxima of 30 intervals used to describe the power distribution 
in the nonboiling and boiling regions 29 boiling nodes 7 inter- 
vals and corresponding friction multipliers read in per case 14 



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exit qualities read in per case 40 superheat nodes 10 coeffi- 
cients read in for the phi**2 vs, x-polynomial fit 48 frequen- 
cies at which open-loop frequency response is desired 48 fre- 
quencies at which signal output is desired. (ERA citation 
08:021 41 3)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN; 
EXEC2. 

PWCOST; Reactor Fuel Cycle Cost Calculation. 

D. H. Lee. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape AN L/ 

NESC-441 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048441 Price code: CP T1 1 

PWCOST is used to calculate nuclear reactor fuel cycle 
costs. Input for all components of the fuel cycle are time-de- 
pendent. Working capital charge rates may be specified sepa- 
rately for in-core and out-of-core time periods. Maxima of 24 
core regions, 100 segments, 2 fuel particle types, 100 reloads 
before equilibrium is established, 100 times for core reload. 
(ERA citation 08:020473). ..Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; EXEC2; 65K core and 1 tape. 

SIMPLE1; Time-Sharing Programming Language. 

M. F. Barrett. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-442R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048442 Price code: CP T09 

SIMPLE1 compiles and executes multistatement calculations 
typed in a familiar algebraic notation at a time-shared termi- 
nal, immediately returning requested results to the terminal 
and permitting ad lib continuation of a calculation. The user 
may use the system as an extended and powerful electronic 
calculator, or as a calculator of small load-and-go runs. Errors 
are detected and corrected on an as-you-go basis. Calcula- 
tions may include interactive input/output, functions, and 
loops. (ERA citation 08:022831). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV and ASCENT; SCOPE. 

HAA3B; Aerosol Behavior Lognormal Model. 

J. Otter, E. U. Vaughan, L. Baurmash, and R. Koontz. 
Atomics International Div., Canoga Park, CA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-443 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048443 Price code: CP T1 1 

HAA3B was written to provide an engineering method for cal- 
culating heterogeneous aerosol behavior and transport follow- 
ing various hypothetical LMFBR accidents. HAA3B evaluates 
an approximation to the general integro-differential equation 
which describes aerosol behavior. The physical model in- 
cludes particle generation, Brownian and gravitational ag- 
glomeration, settling, plating, and leakage for spherical parti- 
cles. The approximation is the requirement that the size distri- 
bution function be lognormal. Maxima of 1000 time-steps in 
lognormal model part 42 discrete radii for leakage distribution 
calculations 50 leak-rate input values 50 source-rate input 
values. Applicability has been verified for moderate concen- 
trations in moderate-sized vessels, and for limited types of 
sources, only. (ERA citation 08:020653. ..Software Description: 



IBM370; FORTRAN IV (H); OS/370 Release 21.6; A logical 
unit 5 for input, unit 6 for output, unit 16 for a scratch unit, 
and a card punch. SC-4020 CRT coding is included as com- 
ment cards. Storage allocation is less than 1 50K bytes. 

ROPE; Finding Roots of a Polynomial. 

N. R. Mitchell. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-444R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048444 Price code: CP T09 

ROPE is used to calculate roots of polynomials. ROPE can 
find roots of polynomials of order up to 99. (ERA citation 
08:022832).. .Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV. 

LIZARD4; Nonlinear Differential Equations Solution. 

D. R. Dolk. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-445R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048445 Price code: CP T1 1 

LIZARD4 is used to solve nonlinear, ordinary differential 
equations as a one-shot effort. It was written to solve initial 
value equations, that is, the values of the dependent variables 
must be specified at some initial value of the independent 
variable. One-dimensional steady-state boundary value prob- 
lems can be solved with LIZARD4, providing an iterative 
method is employed by the user where one of the boundary 
conditions is specified and integration proceeds until the alter- 
nate boundary condition is met. Maximum of 25 nonlinear 
first-order differential equations. (ERA citation 
08:022833)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV 
and ASCENT. 

MOST; A Multidimensional Optimization Scheme. 

C. R. Lubitz, and G. A. Shanholt. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-446R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048446 Price code: CP T03 

MOST is designed to vary a set of coordinates (x1,x2, . . . 
,xn) representing the vector x in such a way that a specified 
function y(x), y(x) greater than or equal to 0, is minimized. The 
maximum dimension of the search is 20. (ERA citation 
08:022834)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV. 

ETOG1 Data for MUFT and GAM Libraries; MUFT4 or 5, 
GAM1 or 2. 

S. Kellman, and D. E. Kusner. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pittsburgh, PA. PWR Systems 

Div. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-447 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048447 Price code: CP T1 6 

The data required for the creation of MUFT4, MUFT5, GAM1, 
and GAM2 libraries were generated from the Brookhaven Na- 



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37 



tional Nuclear Data Center ENDF/B tapes 114 through 117 
by the ETOG1 program. Library No. of groups GAM1 68 
GAM2 99 MUFT4.5 54 A 1/E weighting function joined to the 
fission spectrum was used. A 1.0*10**7 value was used as 
the non-resonance potential scattering cross section per ab- 
sorber atom. For MUFT libraries the 26th group was the 
lowest group number in the resonance region, the 25th group 
was the highest in the inelastic region. (ERA citation 
08:022341 )...Software Description: CDC6600. 

FLASH6;FLASH4; Fully-Implicit Transient Simulation. 

J. J. Beyer, W. D. Peterson, D. A. Prelewicz, G. W. Swartele, 
and C. K. Herkstroeter. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-448R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048448 Price code: CP T1 5 

FLASH6 and earlier FLASH programs are used to determine 
the transient response of a water-cooled reactor or hydraulic 
system to severe variable pressure operation. As with previ- 
ous editions, FLASH6 permits the user to model the reactor 
plant using a flexible combination of control volumes (nodes), 
connecting flow paths, pumps, and steam generators. A de- 
tailed representation of the core region may be obtained by 
using up to 80 pressure-determining nodes within the core. 
The core nodes are connected in one-dimensional chains to 
represent up to 20 core flow paths. A one-dimensional heat 
conduction model with up to five radial nodes is used to rep- 
resent the flow of heat from the fuel element to each core 
fluid node. Thermal resistance of the fuel-clad gap is continu- 
ously calculated during the transient as a function of varying 
gap dimension, temperature, and pressure. Thirty nodes and 
60 flow paths are available to model the non-core regions of 
the plant. In FLASH6 (FLASH 4) up to 30 (20) pressure-deter- 
mining nodes and 60 flow paths are available. The plant and 
core geometry are assumed fixed in time, hence the solution 
is not applicable after significant dimensional change. (ERA 
citation 08:020654).. .Software Description: 

IBM360,370;CDC6600,7600; FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370 
(IBM360.370), SCOPE 3.3 (CDC6600), SCOPE 1.1 
(CDC7600); 250 bytes (IBM360), 144K central memory and 
200K ECS or LCM memory (CDC6600 or 7600). 

CYGR03; Oxide Fuel Rod Stress and Deformation. 

E. Duncombe, C. M. Friedrich, R. N. Hagen, D. C. Bell, and T. 
R. Walker. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-449R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048449 Price code: CP T15 

CYGR03 is an extensive modification of CYGR01 and 
CYGR02. Basically the program calculates temperatures, de- 
formation, and stresses in cladded fuel rods as a function of a 
history of power and coolant conditions. Axial and circumfer- 
ential uniformity are assumed. Bubble growth and migration 
are included. The main changes from CYGR01 and CYGR02 
are in the area of void migration, fuel cracking, clad collapse, 
representation of in-pile creep and clad anisotropy. Maximum 
of 30 rings (fuel plus clad). (ERA citation 08:020606)...Soft- 
ware Description: CDC6600;IBM360,370; FORTRAN IV 
(CDC6600), FORTRAN IV and Assembly language (IBM360); 



SCOPE (CDC6600), OS/360,370 (IBM360.370); 140,000 
(octal) words. 

KEN02;KEN04; Monte Carlo Multigroup Criticality Code. 

D. Dickinson, H. K. Clark, L M. Petrie, and N. F. Cross. 
Dow Chemical Co., Golden, CO. Rocky Flats Div. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-450 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048450 Price code: CP T1 7 

KENO is a multigroup, Monte Carlo criticality code containing 
a special geometry package which allows easy description of 
systems composed of cylinders, spheres, and cuboids (rec- 
tangular parallelepipeds) arranged in any order with only one 
restriction. Each geometrical region must be described as 
completely enclosing all regions interior to it. For systems not 
describable using this special geometry package, the program 
can use the generalized geometry package (GEOM) devel- 
oped for the 05R Monte Carlo code. It allows any system 
that can be described by a collection of planes and/or quad- 
ratic surfaces, arbitrarily oriented and intersecting in arbitrary 
fashion. Rectangular arrays of fissile units are allowed with or 
without external reflector regions. Output from KENO consists 
of keff for the system plus an estimate of its standard devi- 
ation and the leakage, absorption, and fissions for each 
energy group plus the totals for all groups. Flux as a function 
of energy group and region and fission densities as a function 
of region are optional output. KEN04 is flexibly dimensioned 
so that the allowed size of a problem is limited only by the 
total data /Storage available. A method for determining the 
size of a problem is included in reference 8. (ERA citation 
08:021 329)...Software Description: IBM360;CDC6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV and Assembly language (IBM360), FTN FORTRAN 
with COMPASS subroutine (CDC6600); OS/360 (IBM360) and 
SCOPE 3.3 (CDC6600); The CDC6600 program requires 64K 
words of fast core, a disk facility or one or more tape units. 
The IBM360 version of KEN02 requires approximately 64K 
words of fast core, a disk facility or one or more tape units. 
The IBM360 version of KEN04 requires 1 to 6 ratch units be- 
sides the standard input/output units and a minimum of about 
200K core. 

SAFE-CRACK; Viscoelastic Analysis of Concrete. 

Y. R. Rashid. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-451 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048451 Price code: CP T1 1 

SAFE-CRACK performs a visco-elastic analysis of plane and 
axisymmetric composite concrete structures subjected to tran- 
sient temperature and mechanical loadings. The specific 
creep of concrete as an age and temperature-dependent 
function, and concrete failure under combined stresses are 
considered. Particular emphasis is placed on the cracking 
analysis in concrete structures and the nonlinear dependence 
of creep property on transient temperature. Maxima of 300 
nodes 675 elements 70 time-steps. (ERA citation 
08:021 434)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
V; EXEC2; 65K memory and 13 tapes. 

SHELL5; Thin Shell Three-Dimensional Structural 
Analysis. 



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N. Prince. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape AN L/ 

NESC-452 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048452 Price code: CP T1 1 

SHELL5 performs an elastic stress analysis of smoothly 
curved, arbitrarily shaped, three-dimensional thin shells with 
any desired distributions of material properties, boundary con- 
straints, and mechanical, thermal, and displacement loading 
conditions. Maxima of 1000 nodal points 2000 elements. The 
maximum difference allowed for coupled nodal point indexes 
is 23. (ERA citation 08:021 43 5)... Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN V; EXEC2; 65K memory, 5 tapes, 
3.5 million word drum area. 

RICE; Primary Recoil Atom Spectra ENDF/B Data. 

J. D. Jenkins. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

453 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048453 Price code: CP T1 1 

The program calculates an energy exchange matrix which de- 
scribes the probability that a neutron with energy E will 
produce a recoil atom with energy T in a given material. In 
addition, the program can calculate the primary recoil atom 
energy spectrum for a given neutron spectrum, the damage 
cross section for the material, and an optimum lower energy 
limit for use in comparing the relative damage in different re- 
actor spectra. The program accepts neutron scattering data 
directly from the ENDF/B library tapes and, in the case of a 
resonance nuclide, from a tape generated by the program 
SUPERTOG. RICE does not recognize all of the multiplicity of 
data formats allowed by ENDF/B. It is programmed to accept 
the most prevalent formats. In addition, the neutron energy 
distribution is restricted to a 99-group representation and the 
recoil energies are represented by 200 energy groups. (ERA 
citation 08:022497)...Software Description: IBM360; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/360; 110,000 words of core storage and five I/ 
O devices other than normal input/output. 

PHENIX; Two-Dimensional Diffusion Burnup Refueling 
History. 

T. J. Hirons, and R. D. O'Dell. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-454 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048454 Price code: CP T1 1 

PHENIX is a two-dimensional, multigroup, diffusion-burnup-re- 
fueling code for use with fast reactors. The code is designed 
primarily for fuel-cycle analysis of fast reactors and can be 
used to calculate the detailed burnup and refueling history of 
fast breeder reactor concepts having any generalized fraction- 
al batch reloading scheme. Either ordinary keff calculations or 
searches on material concentration or region dimensions can 
be performed at any time during the burnup history. The com- 
plete fuel cycle history can be calculated in one run, or the 
individual burnup intervals can be treated separately. The re- 
fueling option of the code accounts for the spatial flux shifts 
over the reactor lifetime in the calculation of fuel discharge. 



Maximum of 50 energy groups. Variable dimensioning is used 
with nearly all subscripted variables stored in a single 27,000 
word array. (ERA citation 08:020408). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.2; 65K memory, 1 
random-access storage device (disk), and 2 magnetic tape 
units. If cross sections are input from cards, only one tape 
unit is required. The other tape unit is used for flux guesses 
or dumps (if desired), and to store burnup data needed for 
the refueling portion of the program. 

DAC1; SN Perturbation Code Using DTF4 Fluxes. 

B. M. Carmichael. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-455 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048455 Price code: CP T09 

DAC1 uses angular fiuxes from the DTF4 SN code to calcu- 
late reactivity perturbations, effective delayed neutron frac- 
tions, and generation times in reactors. The reference reactor 
specifications are input to DAC1 by a direct reading of the 
DTF4 input deck. Consequently, the only additional input 
needed are the perturbation specifications. The FORTRAN IV 
programming techniques such as variable dimensioning used 
in DTF4 are retained in DAC1. Consequently, any combina- 
tion of problem parameters may be used which will fit in the 
over-all available storage. Generally, the problems that fit for 
DTF4 can also be accommodated by DAC1. (ERA citation 
08:020525)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3; 2 disk or tape files are required if angular fluxes 
are used. 

DBUFIT1; Least Squares Transmutation Analysis. 

R. P. Matsen. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-456 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048456 Price code: CP T1 1 

DBUFIT1 is designed to extract integral cross section infor- 
mation from isotopic burnup data. This information is obtained 
by fitting burnup equations to the isotopic data using least- 
squares fitting techniques. Burnup equations for the following 
transmutation chains have been programmed - Pu239 to 
Pu242, U238 to Pu242, Pu242 to Cm244 and U235 to Pu238. 
The data from as many as 1 50 samples may be analyzed at 
one time. (ERA citation 08:020526).,.Software Description: 
UNIVAC 1108; FORTRAN V; CSCX Operating System; Core 
memory requirements are 40,000 (octal) locations for instruc- 
tions and almost 50,000 (octal) locations for data storage. A 
CalComp plotter is necessary if plotted results are desired. 

GSSLRN1B; Least Squares Photopeak Spectra Code. 

G. D. Seybold. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-457 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048457 Price code: CP T1 1 

GSSLRN1B is utilized for evaluations and statistical determi- 
nation of photopeaks in photon spectra. The code performs 
evaluations of photopeak spectra using as input the digitized, 



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39 



pulse-height distribution which is output from a large multi- 
channel analyzer. Photopeaks are located, functions fit to 
each real peak, and the relative intensity of each fitted peak 
above the background continuum is calculated. The code is 
easily adaptable for analysis of any spectra which can be 
adequately defined by peaks represented in analytic form. 
Maxima of 2048 channels from a multichannel analyzer per 
case, 200 fitted peaks per case, 250 channels per interval of 
fit, 10 peaks per interval of fit, 49 parameters per interval of 
fit. These limits are based upon analysis of photopeaks de- 
scribed by symmetric Gaussian analytical form. (ERA citation 
08:020527)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
V with Assembler language used for two minor routines; 
CSCX Operating System; 65K core, 131,000 (octal) locations 
of scratch drum, two tapes, CalComp 763 plotter for plotting 
options. 

VELVET2; Turbulent Flow in LMFBR Rod Bundle. 

D. J. Bender, and P. M. Magee. 
General Electric Co., Sunnyvale, CA. Breeder Reactor 
Development Operation. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-458 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048458 Price code: CP T1 1 

VELVET2 solves the coupled, heat-transfer equations in the 
fuel, gap, cladding, and coolant for a triangular-spaced, close- 
packed, fuel rod bundle with liquid metal coolant. The model 
includes temperature-dependent material properties, turbulent 
velocity distribution in the coolant, and contributions to cool- 
ant heat transfer by turbulent mixing. Maxima of 10 radial divi- 
sions in the fuel, 5 radial divisions in the clad, 10 radial divi- 
sions in the coolant between the outer edge of the buffer 
layer and one-half the pitch, 10 circumferential divisions. 
(ERA citation 08:020409)...Software Description: GE635; 
FORTRAN IV; GECOS: 32K memory. 



sources and a reaction summary table for each zone and for 
the system. (ERA citation 08:022498). ..Software Description: 
GE635; FORTRAN IV; GECOS-III; 45K memory, 3 to 8 
scratch files and a cross-section library file. 

LIFE3; Mixed-Oxide Fuel Element Performance. 

M. C. Billone, V. Z. Jankus, and R. B. Poeppel. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

460R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048460 Price code: CP T1 2 

The LIFE3 computer code was developed to calculate the 
thermal and mechanical response of mixed-oxide fuel ele- 
ments in a fast-reactor environment. It incorporates a one-di- 
mensional, steady-state heat-transfer analysis and a finite- 
strain-theory structural analysis based on generalized plane 
strain and the method of successive elastic solutions. An in- 
cremental approach is used so that temperatures, stresses, 
and strains can be calculated during any specified history of 
reactor power cycling. Fuel-cladding and sodium-cladding 
chemical attack is treated by a cladding wastage model. Up 
to six axial sections are allowed to account for axial variations 
in power and coolant temperature. Fuel restructuring; migra- 
tion of fabricated and swelling porosities; fuel and cladding 
thermal expansion, elasticity, swelling, and creep; fission-gas 
release; and fuel cracking, crack healing, and hot pressing 
are included in the analysis. LIFE3 is the reference ERDA 
code for calculating the performance of fast breeder reactor 
fuel elements under normal operating conditions, including 
power cycling. (ERA citation 08:020607).. .Software Descrip- 
tion: IBM370;CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; OS/370 (IBM370), 
SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600); 325K bytes of memory (IBM370/195) 
and 125,000 (octal) words (CDC7600) with one scratch file 
and one file for restart information, in addition to the system 
input and output units. 



DOT2DB; Two-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion and SN 
Theory. 

R. Protsik, and E. G. Leff. 

General Electric Co., Sunnyvale, CA. Breeder Reactor 
Development Operation. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-459 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048459 Price code: CP T12 

DOT2DB solves both the multigroup, discrete ordinates trans- 
port theory and the multigroup, diffusion theory equations in 
two dimensions. Anisotropic scattering of any order Legendre 
expansion is allowed in the transport theory option. Anisotrop- 
ic scattering in the diffusion theory option is treated with the 
transport approximation, using the P1 scattering matrix, when 
provided, to calculate the transport cross section. Options in- 
clude solutions in (x,y), (r,z), (r.theta), and, in the diffusion 
theory option, triangular geometries. Both direct and adjoint 
fluxes may be computed for fixed volume-distributed source, 
multiplication-constant iteration, time-absorption iteration, con- 
centration search, zone-thickness search, and fixed-boundary 
source problems. In addition to the fixed-boundary source 
problem, options include vacuum, reflection, periodic and 
white boundary conditions. Cross sections may be entered 
from cards or from tape in the DTF format. Activities for any 
material in the system may be output by interval (optional) 
and zone. Other output includes the interval fluxes and 



EPOCH; Neutron Age Calculation of ENDF/B Data. 

J. D. Batler, E. M. Gelbard, and E. Schmidt. 
Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-461R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048461 Price code: CP T1 1 

EPOCH solves for fine detail P1 flux spectra in simply-buckled 
media and is able to calculate neutron ages from the spectra. 
It obtains nuclear cross sections from the ENDF/B library, ig- 
noring resonance files, and is most useful for higher energies 
where resonant reactions are weak or absent. The present 
version reads only ENDF/B Version 1 tapes. The maximum 
number of groups is 2000 and the maximum number of 
ENDF/B materials is 10 (or 5 in age calculations). The 
number of center-of-mass elastic scattering moments read 
from ENDF/B must be less than 7. The resonant cross sec- 
tions for any material are ignored. (ERA citation 
08:020321 )...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3.1; 140K (octal) memory and 1720K (octal) extended 
core storage. The amount of extended core storage can be 
readily reduced for most problems. 

SPAN4; a Point-Kernel Shield Evaluation Code. 

O. J. Wallace. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 

ANL/NESC-462R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 



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documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048462 Price code: CP T15 

SPAN4 calculates the fast neutron dose rate, thermal neutron 
flux, gamma-ray flux, dose rate, and energy-absorption rate in 
rectangular, cylindrical, and spherical geometries by integrat- 
ing appropriate exponential kernels over a source distribution. 
The shield configuration is flexible-a first-level shield mesh, 
using any one of the three geometries, is specified. Regions 
of this same geometry or of other geometries, having their 
own (finer) meshes, may then be embedded between the 
first-level mesh lines, defining second-level shield meshes. 
This process is telescopic-third-level shield meshes may be 
embedded between second-level meshlines in turn. All 
meshes may have variable spacing. Sources and detectors 
may be located arbitrarily with respect to any shield mesh. 
The source is defined by the function: s= s0 + 
s1(a)*s2(b)*s3(c)+ s4(a,b)*s3(c) + s5(a,c)*s2(b)+ s6(b,c) 
*s1(a)+ s7(a,b,c) where a, b, and c represent coordinates. If 
any factor is missing, the corresponding terms are zero. Cross 
sections, buildup factors, standard compositions, energy 
structures, dose-conversion factors, infinite line and infinite 
plane source kernels, and quadratures are contained in a li- 
brary of approximately 10,000 items. (ERA citation 
08:022499)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV 
and ASCENT; SCOPE 3.1; 64K central memory and one 
system disk. Microfilm is required if the plot options are to be 
used. 

3DDT; Three-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion Xyz or R- 
theta-Z. 

J. C. Vigil. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-463 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048463 Price code: CP T12 

3DDT is a three-dimensional (x-y-z or r-theta-z) multigroup, 
diffusion theory code for use in fast-reactor analysis. The 
code can be used to compute keff or to perform criticality 
searches on reactor composition, time absorption, and reac- 
tor dimensions by either the regular or the adjoint flux equa- 
tions. Material burnup and fission-product buildup can be 
computed for specified time intervals, and criticality searches 
can be performed during burnup to compensate for fuel de- 
pletion and fission product growth. (ERA citation 
08:020528).. .Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3.2; CDC6600 computer with 65K words central 
memory, 500K ECS, 6.000K disk (four tape files are simulated 
on the disk), two magnetic tape units, and the usual input/ 
output devices. 

DYN01; Photomultiplier Electron Distribution. 

J. E. Edwards, J. F. McCarthy, and P. A. Henline. 
Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-464R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048464 Price code: CP T03 

DYN01 calculates the distribution of electrons that are emit- 
ted from a photomultiplier composed of a series of dynodes. 
Maxima of 4 stages 10,000 electrons for which probabilities 



will be calculatd. (ERA citation 08:021 624)...Software Descrip- 
tion: CDC6600; IBM360; FORTRAN IV: SCOPE (CDC6600) 
and OS/360 (IBM360); About 45,000 words of memory. 

RESEND;ADLER; ENDF/B Resonance Cross Section 
Codes. 

M. R. Bhat, and O. Ozer. 

Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-465 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048465 Price code: CP T1 1 

RESEND generates infinitely-dilute, unbroadened, point cross 
sections in the ENDF format by combining ENDF File 3 back- 
ground cross sections with points calculated from ENDF File 
2 resonance parameter data. ADLER calculates total, cap- 
ture, and fission cross sections from the corresponding Adler- 
Adler parameters in the ENDF/B File 2 Version II data and 
also Doppler-broadens cross sections. (ERA citation 
08:020529)...Software Description: CDC6600; PDP10; FOR- 
TRAN IV; SCOPE 3.0; RESEND requires 24K (decimal) core 
with 2 scratch units, an input unit for the ENDF data, an 
output unit, a unit for reading in the run parameters (teletype 
or system input) and a unit for printing run-associated mes- 
sages (teletype or system output). ADLER requires 37K 
(octal) memory. 

APRFX1; 99- Group DLC-2B Library Group-Collapsing. 

P. S. Pickard, and A. H. Kazi. 

Army Pulse Radiation Facility, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-466 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048466 Price code: CP T09 

APRFX1 collapses and combines cross section sets for multi- 
group transport calculations. It performs group collapsing for 
as many isotopes, mixtures, and Legendre expansion sets as 
desired from the DLC-2B library. The DLC-2B library structure 
employs tenth lethargy unit intervals from 1 5 MeV to 1 1 1 keV 
and quarter lethargy intervals down to 0.414 eV. A 100th 
group 0.0 to 0.414 eV is used as a sink group. The code also 
determines the broad-group input source and generates aver- 
aged neutron velocities for use with transport calculations. 
This version of the code uses the DLC-2B library in ANISN- 
DOT format. Upscattering is not included. (ERA citation 
08:020530).. .Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV. 

HRG3; Slowing-down Spectrum, Multigroup Constants. 

J. L. Carter, and G. W. Perry. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-467 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048467 Price code: CP T18 

The code computes the slowing down spectrum over the 
energy range 10 MeV to 0.414 eV in either the B1 or P1 ap- 
proximation, using 68 groups of neutrons with a constant 
group width of delta u = 0.25. The calculated flux and cur- 
rent spectra are used to reduce the original 68-group cross 
section data to average values over as many as 33 broad 
groups. Output is printed and may also be punched in formats 



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for input to any of several spatial multigroup codes. The maxi- 
mum number of broad groups is 33. Broad-group boundaries 
are adjusted internally to coincide with one of the 68 fine- 
group boundaries. (ERA citation 08:020531 )...Software De- 
scription: UNIVAC1108; IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; CSCX 
(UNIVAC1108); OS/360 (IBM360); 64K memory, normal input, 
output, program, and punch units, 1 unit for library, 1 to 4 
scratch units or their equivalent on drum (UNIVAC1108); 
200K memory, standard I/O units, 1 unit for library, and 1 
scratch unit. 

BUBL1; Fuel Swelling and Gas Release Simulation. 

H. R. Warner. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1 984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-468R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048468 Price code: CP T09 

BUBL1 predicts fuel swelling and fission gas release from nu- 
clear fuels, based on movement of fission gas bubbles in 
solids by a surface diffusion mechanism under the action of a 
thermal gradient (see reference 3). Interactions of the bubbles 
with dislocations and grain boundaries provide temporary 
trapping sites, prior to release. The current version of BUBL1 
is restricted to isothermal problems with non-varying hydro- 
static pressure and thermal gradient histories. (ERA citation 
08:020608)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3.1; 65K memory, a printer, and a plotter. 

PMS1; Fast Neutron Polarization Experiment. 

G. W. Morrison, F. P. Gibson, and T. G. Miller. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

469 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048469 Price code: CP T09 

PMS1 corrects experimental fast neutron polarization data for 
finite geometry and multiple scattering effects, when liquid 
helium is the polarizer analyzer. No more than five collisions 
are allowed and liquid helium must be the polarizer analyzer. 
The total number of energy points for which phase shifts are 
given must be less than 100. (ERA citation 08:022500). ..Soft- 
ware Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV(H) and BAL; OS/ 
360; 32K memory. 

GRAMP; Reich-Moore Parameters of Unresolved 
Resonances. 

M. Goldsmith. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-470R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048470 Price code: CP T03 

GRAMP randomly generates Reich and Moore parameters for 
multilevel unresolved resonances of fissile isotopes. The max- 
imum number of resonances per spin state is 100. Two com- 
pound nucleus spin states are allowed and each spin state 
may have two open fission channels. (ERA citation 
08:022387)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV. 

GAPER2D; Two-Dimensional Perturbation Calculation 
from 2DF Output. 



R. J. Archibald, and D. A. Sargis. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-471 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048471 Price code: CP T1 1 

GAPER2D is a two-dimensional transport perturbation theory 
program using the real and adjoint fluxes and currents from 
2DF problem results to compute reactivity changes due to 
small perturbations in reflected multiregion systems. Scatter- 
ing anisotropy is limited to the P1 term. (ERA citation 
08:020532)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
V; EXEC2 or EXEC8; 65K fast memory, 2 tape units, 4 drum 
or disk files. 

CHIC-KIN; Fast and Intermediate Power Transients. 

J. A. Redfield. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-473R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048473 Price code: CP T12 

CHIC-KIN treats fast and intermediate reactivity transients in 
a water-cooled heterogeneous nuclear reactor. The program 
calculates the power, temperatures, and internal pressure 
surges when control rod motion, inlet temperature, inlet flow, 
and system pressure are known functions of time. The reac- 
tor model considered is a single-pass, water-cooled core rep- 
resented by a single, fuel-element-coolant-passage system 
with reactivity feedback to the kinetics equations. Restrictions 
include - 1 through 20 axial sections 2 through 10 radial sec- 
tions 2 through 30 mass-velocity or pressure-drop pairs 2 
through 30 inlet enthalpy pairs 2 through 30 exit enthalpy 
pairs 2 through 30 system-pressure pairs. (ERA citation 
08:020632)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3.1. 

QX1; Quasistatic Spatial Reactor Kinetics Code. 

D. A. Meneley. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-474 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048474 Price code: CP T14 

QX1 solves the multigroup, one-dimensional, time-dependent 
diffusion equations. Problem geometry may be plane, cylindri- 
cal, or spherical. Steady-state initial conditions may be estab- 
lished either for a source-free system or for a system with an 
external neutron source. The reactor may be perturbed by 
changing material volume fractions and/or temperatures or by 
changing the neutron source level. A first-collision pulsed 
source distribution may be specified. Resonance absorption 
feedback is calculated by groupwise interpolation in a cross- 
section versus temperature table. A highly simplified fuel tem- 
perature model is included. Maximum of 30 energy groups, 15 
downscatter groups, 6 delayed neutron families, 20 spatial re- 
gions, 16 material mixtures per region, 150 mesh points. (ERA 
citation 08:020533)...Software Description: IBM360/75; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/360; 450K byte memory, input, output, and 
punch datasets, a maximum of 2 cross section datasets, and 
a maximum of 6 scratch datasets. 



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CRECT;CHECKER;RIGEL;PLOTFB; 
LISTFC;DICTI0N;SLAVE3;DAMMET ENDF/B V2 
Processing Codes. 

O. Ozer, and E. M. Pennington. 

Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-475 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048475 Price code: CP T1 5 

This package of eight programs is designed for processing 
ENDF/B II (Evaluated Nuclear Data File Version B Format II) 
tapes. CRECT, which processes Version III ENDF/B data as 
well as earlier versions, provides a means of correcting as- 
sembled data on a tape by insertion and deletion of data. 
CHECKER checks that the ENDF/B BCD card image format 
tapes are in proper format and all fields are within specified 
limits, rather than the physics of the data library. Angular dis- 
tributions reconstructed from Legendre coefficients are 
checked to ensure they are everywhere positive. RIGEL will 
perform any or all of the following operations - selectively re- 
trieve ENDF/B data on from 1 to 9 ENDF/B tapes, merge re- 
trieved ENDF/B data onto from 1 to 8 ENDF/B result tapes, 
change tape arrangement (from standard to alternate or vice 
versa) and change tape mode. LISTFC, which processes Ver- 
sion III ENDF/B data as well as earlier versions, produces in- 
terpreted listings of information from BCD standard arrange- 
ment ENDF/B tapes. DICTION constructs a new section dic- 
tionary (file 1, section 451) for an entire ENDF/B tape. If a 
section dictionary is already present it is replaced. PLOTFB 
processes ENDF/B library tapes which contain data embed- 
ded within a necessary library structure in order to produce 
comprehensive listings and/or plots. (ERA citation 
08:022349).. .Software Description: Trie system is written in 
FORTRAN IV for a CDC6600 or IBM 360 computer under the 
SCOPE or OS/360 operating system. Memory requirement is 
74 K octal words for the CDC6600 and 300 K bytes for the 
IBM 360. 

CAGE;BIRD;SPEC; Time-of-Flight Data Analysis. 

P. Doultremont, D. H. Houston, and J. C. Young. 
Gulf Radiation Technology, San Diego, CA. 1 984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-476 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048476 Price code: CP T1 1 

CAGE/BIRD/SPEC is a package of three independent codes 
designed for the reduction and processing of neutron time-of- 
flight spectra in pulsed multiplying or non-multiplying assem- 
blies. A maximum of 35 groups for the multigroup calculation 
for CAGE and BIRD. Deadtime correction routines of SPEC 
are designed for TMC 201, 211, and 212 1024-channel ana- 
lyzers and for an on-line CDC1700. (ERA citation 
08:022501 )...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
V; EXEC8; 64K memory and one 100K area of fast drum for 
CAGE and BIRD. 50K memory, 2 scratch files and, on option, 
several input/output files for SPEC. 

3DXT;DEP3; Three-Dimensional Xenon Transient and 
Depletion. 

W. M. Stacey, Jr., and D. C. Wade. 
Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-477R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 



modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048477 Price code: CP T14 

These two codes were developed for use with detailed reac- 
tor physics calculations to obtain 3-dimensional xenon tran- 
sient (3DXT) and depletion (DEP3) calculations. They are 
well-suited for survey studies and because they incorporate 
three-dimensional effects with thermal feedback and rod 
search capabilities, are useful for assessing situations such 
as rod misalignments or fuel-loading and coolant-flow asym- 
metries which are time-consuming and often impossible to 
detect with detailed 1- or 2-dimensional codes. 3DXT maxi- 
mum - 100 time-steps DEP3 maximum - 30 time-steps with 1 
to 5 xenon-steps per depletion-step. (ERA citation 
08:020534)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
64K memory. 

BETTIS ENVIRONMENTAL ROUTINES; MODEL6/ 
3.3;MODEL7/2.0; Modified Bettis Environmental Library 
Scope 3.3. 

C. J. Pfeifer, M. L. Dech, R. W. McCraney, G. R. Poetechat, 
and G. L. Russell. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-478 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048478 Price code: CP T1 5 

The BETTIS ENVIRONMENTAL ROUTINES extend the FOR- 
TRAN language by modifying some of the standard CDC6600 
library routines and by adding routines to the library to facili- 
tate decimal input and output, file maintenance, scratch I/O, 
storage allocation, utility functions, operating system interfac- 
ing, and operator communication. MODEL (MODified Environ- 
mental Library) differs from the original Bettis version in that it 
allows the operating system, rather than the environmental 
package, to control the operating environment. (ERA citation 
08:022835)...Software Description: CDC6600.7600; FOR- 
TRAN IV and ASCENT (Bettis), FORTRAN IV and COMPASS 
(MODEL 6/3.3, MODEL 7/2.0); SCOPE 2.0 (Bettis), SCOPE 
3.3 (MODEL), SCOPE 2.0 (MODEL 7/2.0); For the Bettis ver- 
sion 65,356 words of 60-bit core storage (more or less can be 
used), a system (6603) disk, at least 2 magnetic tapes, at 
least 4 non-system disks, each on its own channel, and CDC- 
280 plotting hardware. For the MODEL versions 65,356 words 
of 60-bit core storage (more can be used), 2 magnetic tapes, 
and 4 mass storage devices, each on its own channel. 

FREADM1; Fast Reactor Core Accident Analysis. 

D. D. Freeman, E. G. Leff, D. J. Bender, and W. G. Meinhardt. 
General Electric Co., Sunnyvale, CA. Breeder Reactor 
Development Operation. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-479 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 

DE83048479 Price code: CP T1 3 

FREADM1 is a fast reactor, multichannel, accident analysis 
program designed to efficiently simulate a reactor transient 
from initiation to the point of core disassembly. Models are in- 
cluded for nuclear kinetics (point model), core thermo-hydrau- 
lics, voiding, fuel redistribution, failure propagation, pro- 
grammed reactivity insertion, and the dynamics of primary- 
system coolant flow. A broad range of assumed accident initi- 
ating and propagating activities may be simulated using trig- 



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gering logic included in the code. FREADM1 is restricted to 
accidents which initiate and propagate uniformly within annu- 
lar or cylindrical coaxial core regions. (ERA citation 
08:020655)...Software Description: GE635; FORTRAN IV; 
GECOS-III; 24K memory with 3 peripheral storage units. 

FUMBLE; Fast Reactor Fuel Burnup and Management. 

P. Greebler, and C. L Cowan. 
General Electric Co., Sunnyvale, CA. Breeder Reactor 
Development Operation. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-480 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048480 Price code: CP T13 

FUMBLE computes the fuel burnup in reactor operations. This 
includes the evaluation of reactivity effects, breeding (or de- 
pletion) and inventories of fuel, and fuel costs for changing 
economic conditions and supplied fuel compositions through- 
out the reactor lifetime (or for as many refueling operating in- 
tervals as desired). Considerable flexibility is allowed in the 
specifications of reactor refueling, including fuel compositions 
for the startup reactor, recycle schemes and fissile makeup 
compositions for subsequent core loadings, amounts of fuel 
to be replaced in different positions of the reactor at any refu- 
eling, and shuffling of fuel from one part of the reactor to an- 
other or temporarily storing fuel discharged from the reactor 
for later additional burnup. The refueling specifications may 
be changed from one refueling operating interval to another, 
as well as operating interval time, power rating, and load 
factor. Fuel costs may be evaluated for several different sets 
of cost input data (different economic assumptions) and may 
be based on net costs accrued and energy produced by 
spent fuel batches and/or on net costs incurred for all fuel 
held and energy produced by the entire reactor for each oper- 
ating interval. (ERA citation 08:020410). ..Software Descrip- 
tion: GE635; FORTRAN IV; GECOS-III; Minimum computer 
memory is 48K on the GE635. Two tapes and one auxiliary 
which may be required for some cases. 

BUSHL; Cylindrical Shell Buckling Collapse Analysis. 

A. L Thurman. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-481R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048481 Price code: CP T1 1 

BUSHL determines the load at which a finite-length shell of 
revolution will buckle when subjected to hydrostatic pressure, 
axial compression, or a combination of the two. Elastic-plastic 
material properties are used with deformation theory and thin- 
shell theory to analyze the shell. BUSHL was developed pri- 
marily for the buckling collapse analysis of zircaloy-clad oxide 
fuel rods. BUSHL uses only one Fourier component for the 
circumferential variations of the buckling displacements re- 
stricting its applicability to shells of near cylindrical shape. 
BUSHL is best-suited for problems where the parameter 
(L**2)/Rt is less than 1500 for cylinders. (ERA citation 
08:020609)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE; Printer, on-line punch, plotter, and a minimum of 
1 00,000 (octal) words storage. 

COMNUC;CASCADE; Compound Nucleus Reaction. 

C. L. Dunford, and A. Nickols. 



Atomics International Div., Canoga Park, CA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-482 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048482 Price code: CP T1 1 

COMNUC calculates neutron reaction cross sections using a 
statistical model for decay of the compound nucleus. Compet- 
ing reaction types permitted are elastic, discrete and continu- 
um inelastic, gamma ray emission, capture, fission, and n,2n. 
CASCADE solves the intranuclear gamma ray cascade equa- 
tion to determine secondary particle emission probabilities. 
Competing processes considered are gamma ray emission, 
neutron emission and fission. COMNUC - Only reaction types 
listed above may be analyzed, but other reactions such as n,p 
and n.alpha may be included easily. CASCADE - Only dipole 
radiation is permitted in the gamma ray cascades. No discrete 
channels are permitted - only continuum particle emission. 
(ERA citation 08:022366)...Software Description: IBM360; 
FORTRAN IV with one Assembler language subroutine for 
performing internal I/0.4 OS/360; 1 50K bytes. 

REPP; Thermal-Hydraulic Water Reactor Design. 

R. M. Hiatt, and C. Bromley, Jr. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-483 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048483 Price code: CP T1 1 

The REPP computer code provides a method for (1) evaluat- 
ing fuel temperatures and critical heat flux margins for a fixed 
reactor core and fuel design, (2) determining the number of 
fuel pins required to maintain specified heat flux margins from 
burnout at a given reactor power level, (3) determining the di- 
ameter of a fuel pin to design within fuel centerline tempera- 
ture limits at a specified reactor power level, (4) evaluating 
the sintering effect on fuel temperature, (5) calculating pres- 
sure drop and coolant properties for single-phase and two- 
phase flow for fuel operating at average reactor conditions 
and a theoretical hot-pin hot-channel condition, and (6) calcu- 
lating pressure drop across several types of fuel pin spacers. 
(ERA citation 08:020322)...Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN V; CSCX; 51 K addressable core 
storage. 

FIGS; IBM360 and 2250 FORTRAN Graphics Subroutines. 

C. L. Dunford, and A. Nickols. 

Atomics International Div., Canoga Park, CA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-484 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048484 Price code: CP T1 1 

FIGS is a FORTRAN-callable subroutine package for the sup- 
port of interactive computing programs utilizing an IBM 
System/360 computer and an IBM2250 display unit. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:022836)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN 
IV and BAL; OS/360; IBM360 computer with an attached 
IBM2250 display unit. 

GASPAN; Complex gamma-Ray Spectra Analysis. 

J. D. Michne. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 

tape ANL/NESC-485R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 



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documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048485 Price code: CP T09 

GASPAN analyzes output pulses from a lithium-drifted germa- 
nium semiconductor detector to define complex gamma-ray 
spectra of routine crud and filtrate samples. GASPAN must 
be aligned with the particular detector system it uses. It will 
accept data for up to 1024 channels. (ERA citation 
08:021 566)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE; CDC6600 and CalComp plotter. 

ANCON; Space-Independent Reactor Kinetics Code. 

J. C. Vigil, and E. T. Dugan. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-486 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048486 Price code: CP T1 1 

1NCON solves the point-reactor kinetic equations including 
thermal feedback. Lump-type heat balance equations are 
used to represent the thermodynamics, and the heat capacity 
of each lump can vary with temperature. Thermal feedback 
can be either a linear or a non-linear function of lump temper- 
ature, and the impressed reactivity can be either a polynomial 
or sinusoidal function. (ERA citation 08:020535). ..Software 
Description: CDC6600; IBM360,303x; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 
3.2 (CDC6600) and OS/360 (IBM360); ANCON requires 32K 
words of central memory, one peripheral storage device (logi- 
cal unit 1), card reader (logical unit 10), printer (logical unit 9), 
and card punch. Standard system-library functions and a 
CLOCK routine are used. The CLOCK routine is not essential. 
A dummy CLOCK routine is provided with the IBM360 version 
package. 

STEAM-67; 1967 ASME Steam and Water Properties. 

M. P. Gurgess, G. L Fuller, H. Allen, and A. H. Kaiser. 
Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SO Savannah 
River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-487 U.S. Sales 
Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 
in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 
recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 
have questions. 
DE83048487 Price code: CP T1 1 

STEAM-67 is a set of routines for calculating the properties of 
steam and water according to the ASME Steam Tables, 1967, 
which have been modified in accordance with the ASME 
paper. Modifications were made to improve program running 
time as well as to correct some existing program errors. Cor- 
rections were also made to routines for the liquid region to 
improve accuracy on the IBM360 computer. CENTER is an 
auxiliary control program which selects the proper STEAM-67 
routines. (ERA citation 08:021 227). ..Software Description: 
IBM360,370,303x; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 140K bytes of 
memory are required to execute the sample problems. 

NOISY 1; Auto- and Cross-Spectral Densities. 

J. R. Sheff. 

Sheff (James R.) Co., Richland, WA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-488 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048488 Price code: CP T13 



Auto- and cross-spectral density functions are calculated for 
neutron fluctuations in nuclear reactors. The calculations are 
point-wise, space-dependent in cubical reactors which are ho- 
mogeneous and bare. Either neutron fluctuations or the fluc- 
tuations seen by a neutron detector can be specified. Fluctua- 
tions between either two points or between two finite regions 
can be considered. The finite regions or simulated detectors 
must either fully overlap or not overlap and are restricted in 
shape to rectangular parallelepipeds. Maximum of 50 terms 
per dimension in the six-dimensional series. The limit is thus 
50**6 or about 16-billion terms. This is large enough so that 
the limit is really budgetary. Automatic convergence checking 
limits the maximum number of terms to approximately 
300,000. (ERA citation 08:020536).. .Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN V; CSCX or EXEC2; 52K words 
memory. 

TRIFIDO; Pulsed Neutron Source Data Analysis. 

F. Difilippo, and N. Pieroni. 

Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica, Buenos Aires 
(Argentina). Dept. de Reactores. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-489 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048489 Price code: CP T03 

The code calculates the decay constant and the population of 
the fundamental prompt neutron mode extrapolated to initial 
time, using pulsed neutron experimental data. These data are 
the resulting time profile of the neutron density of a subcritical 
multiplicative assembly which is repetitively pulsed with short 
bursts of neutrons. The time profile is measured with an ap- 
propriate detector and recorded with a time analyser. With the 
calculated parameters the code determines the values of 
(k*beta)/L and reactivity by means of the Garelis-Russell 
method, and reactivities using the Gozani and Sjostrand 
methods. The code is presently restricted to 256 experimental 
data points (for example, those provided by a TMC multichan- 
nel analyser). This is adequate for most pulsed neutron meas- 
urements. The restriction can be easily overcome if necessary 
by changing a dimension card. (ERA citation 
08:020633)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360; 1 1 K words of storage. 

JOSHUA OPERATING SYSTEM; Data Storage, Retrieval, 
and Display. 

H. C. Honeck, and R. L. Boyce, Jr. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SO Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-490 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048490 Price code: CP T99 

JOSHUA is a scientific, modular data-based system for batch 
and terminal operation. Large volumes of data can be stored 
and retrieved for computation and display. (ERA citation 
08:020537)...Software Description: IBM360,370,303x; FOR- 
TRAN IV (60%) and Assembler language (40%); OS/370, 
OS/3033; 200K bytes for batch operation, IBM3270 display 
station. 

MOD5; Stochastic Model of Neutron Slowing-down. 

T. J. Williamson. 

Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA. 1984, magtape 

ANL/NESC-491 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 



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documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048491 Price code: CP T12 

MODS calculates the time- and energy-dependent evolution 
of the neutron density in homogeneous media following initi- 
ation of a) a monoenergetic source distributed over a finite 
time interval, or b) a source of arbitrary spectrum with a delta- 
function distribution in time. Effectively the code produces 
Green's function solutions to the siowing-down equation in 
discrete numerical form. Leakage is treated in the diffusion 
approximation. The program a) calculates spectra and energy 
moments at selected times following the burst of source neu- 
trons, b) evaluates the time-dependent neutron density and 
slowing-down density at selected energies and computes mo- 
ments of these densities, c) calculates time-dependent distri- 
butions of capture, leakage and first fission, and moments of 
these distributions, d) calculates steady-state central core 
neutron flux and leakage flux in detail and in group-averaged 
form, and e) calculates parameters such as keff. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:022502)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN 
IV; IBM360 CP-CMS; 175K bytes memory, normal input, 
output, program, and punch units, 6 cylinders of IBM2314 or 
equivalent direct-access storage. 

RAMP1; Retch-Moor© Resolved Region Cross-Sections. 

M. R. Bhat. 

Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-492 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048492 Price code: CP T09 

RAMP1 calculates scattering, capture, fission, and total cross 
sections from Reich-Moore resolved resonance parameters. 
The resonance parameters are assumed to be in ENDF/B 
Version II data format. Cross sections may be Doppler-broad- 
ened if so desired. The program assumes that the resolved 
resonance parameters are given for a single energy range for 
all isotopes and can handle resonance data up to a maximum 
of 10 different isotopes with a total of 500 resonances over 
all isotope energy ranges and L values and an L value not 
exceeding 5. (ERA citation 08:022503). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.0; 40K (octal) memory. 

TROUT; MUG Multigroup Cross Section Library 
Maintenance. 

R. A. Davis, W. A. Duncan, and M. D. Kelley. 

General Electric Co., San Jose, CA. Nuclear Energy Div. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-493 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048493 Price code: CP T1 1 

TROUT is a file maintenance program which allows the user 
to alter, merge, delete, overlay or create multigroup cross 
section files in MUG format. Up to four file tapes may be 
mounted and merged into a single file tape. A file tape may 
not have more than 30 files. (ERA citation 08:020538). ..Soft- 
ware Description: GE635; UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; 
GECOS III (GE635) and EXEC2 (UNIVAC1108); 25K of fast 
memory, 6 tape drives, and 4000 words of peripheral storage. 

ADEP; One-Dimensional and Two-Dimensional Few-Group 
Space-Time Kinetics. 



R. S. Denning. 

Battelle Columbus Labs., OH. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

494 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048494 Price code: CP T09 

The time-dependent few-group neutron diffusion equations 
are solved in one or two dimensions. Lumped parameter ther- 
mal-hydraulic equations are used to calculate feedback. Vari- 
able dimensioning permits flexibility in the number of energy 
groups, number of delayed precursors, number of regions, 
and number of mesh points. Problems are initiated from equi- 
librium conditions. Zero flux boundary conditions apply at all 
surfaces. (ERA citation 08:020539)...Software Description: 
CDC6400; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.3; 40,000 (octal) memory 
needed to load the basic program. 

SYN; Two-Dimensional Synthesis Multigroup Diffusion 
and One-Group Depletion. 

M. D. Kelley. 

General Electric Co., Sunnyvale, CA. Breeder Reactor 
Development Operation. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-495 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048495 Price code: CP T17 

SYN contains two major segments, BISYN and BICYCL. The 
BISYN segment solves the two-dimensional multigroup neu- 
tron diffusion theory equations in r,z or x,y geometry using a 
noniterative synthesis method. This approach is designed to 
greatly reduce the computer cost of running two-dimensional 
multigroup problems at the risk of some loss in accuracy of 
the detailed flux distribution. This segment also contains a 
perturbation and effective delayed neutron fraction calcula- 
tion. The BICYCL segment uses output from BISYN to solve 
the one-group neutron depletion equations. BICYCL allows 
the user to search on makeup or recycle isotopic composi- 
tions for a first cycle of a first core or for equilibrium concen- 
trations. It also has provisions for fuel shuffling and the option 
to cycle back to BISYN in order to update the fluxes, one- 
group cross sections, etc. (ERA citation 08:02041 1)...Software 
Description: GE635; FORTRAN IV and GMAP; GECOS III; 
51 K of fast memory, 2 tape drives and 821,760 words of pe- 
ripheral storage. 

KAPLPLOT; KAPL CalComp Plotting Routines. 

J. Brooking. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-496R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048496 Price code: CP T1 1 

KAPLPLOT is the set of standard CalComp subroutines writ- 
ten at Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory to provide graphic 
output. GRLIN is used to draw an axis system, establish scal- 
ing factors, and enable the user to draw linear graphs. 
GRLOG is used to draw an axis system, establish scaling fac- 
tors, and permit users to draw full logarithmic graphs. LINLG 
provides the capability of drawing semi-logarithmic graphs 
with linearly-scaled abscissas while LOGLN provides the 
same capability with linearly-scaled ordinates. PENSET initia- 
lizes the plotting subroutines and draws the job identification, 



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time, date, and charge number. PENEND moves the pen off a 
completed plot and prevents subsequent plots from overwrit- 
ing the completed plots. I PLOT moves the plotter pen from its 
current position to a new position. IDPLOT moves the pen a 
specified incremental distance in inches from its present posi- 
tion. PSCALE establishes the value of factors to be used by 
the SPLOT subroutine in scaling user data to fit on plotter co- 
ordinates. SPLOT causes the pen to move to coordinates 
which are obtained by applying PSCALE scale factors to user 
data. XCPLOT and YCPLOT cause alphabetic information to 
be written parallel to the direction of the abscissa axis, 
XCPLOT, or the ordinate axis, YCPLOT. PMARK causes a 
distinctive symbol to be plotted at the current position of the 
pen. PLTSIZE conveys to the plotting system information 
which will enable the plotting system to place the maximum 
number of plots in a minimum length of paper. (ERA citation 
08:022837)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV 
and ASCENT; SCOPE; GRLIN, LINLG, and LOGLN each re- 
quire 2000 octal locations. 

REL02; Failure Probability Calculation by Monte Carlo. 

D. R. Rauth, and C. M. Smith. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-497R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048497 Price code: CP T1 1 

REL02 computes the failure probability for a single failure 
mode. Six options are available: option 1 calculates the inter- 
action of two normally-distributed variates, option 2 calculates 
the interaction of two truncated normally-distributed variates, 
option 3 calculates the interaction of a normal variate with a 
Weibull variate, option 4 calculates the interaction of two Wei- 
bull distributions, option 5 calculates the interaction of a trun- 
cated normal variate with a Weibull variate, and option 6 cal- 
culates the interaction of a truncated normal and uniform vari- 
ate. The number of random selections of the applied stress is 
restricted to 2000. (ERA citation 08:021 436)...Software De- 
scription: CDC6600.7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.1; 74,000 
(octal) words of memory are required for execution of the 
CDC6600 or 55,000 (octal) words of memory for execution on 
the CDC7600. 

CONCEPT5;CONCEPT3; Power Plant Conceptual Cost 
Estimate. 

C. R. Hudson, II, H. I. Bowers, J. E. Gratteau, and T. J. 
Zielinski. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
498 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048498 Price code: CP T14 

The CONCEPT computer code system was developed to pro- 
vide conceptual capital cost estimates for nuclear-fueled and 
fossil-fired power plants. Cost estimates can be made as a 
function of plant type, size, location, and date of initial oper- 
ation. The output includes a detailed breakdown of the esti- 
mate into direct and indirect costs similar to the accounting 
system described in document NUS-531. Cost models are 
provided in CONCEPT5, the fifth generation in the develop- 
ment of the CONCEPT package, for single- and multi-unit 
pressurized water reactors, boiling water reactors, and coal- 
fired plants with and without flue gas desulfurization equip- 
ment. The CONCEPT5 models are updated models of those 



available in CONCEPTS and, in addition, this edition contains 
historical factory equipment cost data for the generation of 
cost indices and escalation rates; indirect costs are calculat- 
ed as a function of unit size rather than a function of direct 
costs; and an indirect cost account for owner's costs and an 
improved time-dependent escalation feature are included. The 
CONCEPT3 models and cost data are outdated; the package 
is being retained in the library since it is the only 
UNIVAC1108 machine version of CONCEPT available and 
could prove helpful in converting the latest IBM release. (ERA 
citation 08:020474)...Software Description: IBM360.370; 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV (H) (98%) and Assembly lan- 
guage (2%) (IBM360); FORTRAN IV (UNIVAC1108); OS/360 
(IBM360) and EXEC8 (UNIVAC1108). Less than 270K bytes, 
four scratch files, two support files, and the standard I/O 
units are required for CONCEPT5; 150K bytes, one scratch 
disk or tape, two support tapes, and the standard I/O units 
are needed for CONCEPTS. 

MIRAB;MSRAP; Containment System Iodine Removal. 

R. L Ritzman. 

Battelle Columbus Labs., OH. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

499 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 

DE83048499 Price code: CP T1 1 

The code MIRAB is used for BWR reactors and MIRAP is for 
PWR reactors. The codes calculate the removal of fission 
product iodine from a dry-type BWR/PWR containment 
system atmosphere under reactor accident conditions. The 
method considers the simultaneous removal by natural depo- 
sition on surfaces or absorption in water, by engineered spray 
system operation, by adsorption on filters, and by leakage 
from the containment. In addition, the simultaneous behavior 
of three iodine forms is modeled - specifically elemental 
iodide, methyl iodine, and particulate iodine. The programs 
generate iodine concentrations and accumulations throughout 
the containment system as a function of time after start of the 
accident. (ERA citation 08:020656). ..Software Description: 
CDC6400; FORTRAN IV, SCOPE 3.3; Each code uses 42K 
(octal) memory, card reader, line printer, and one tape. 

FRCRL2; LOCA Fission Product Release Analysis. 

R. L. Ritzman. 

Battelle Columbus Labs., OH. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

500 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 

DE83048500 Price code: CP T03 

The code calculates the cumulative fractional release of fis- 
sion products from nuclear reactor fuel under postulated loss- 
of-coolant accident conditions. The mathematical model for 
release is based on simple volume diffusion theory and the 
equivalent-sphere approximation of fuel porosity. Both the 
operational preaccident release component and the accident 
core thermal transient-induced release component are calcu- 
lated. Detailed core temperature data are needed to make the 
latter set of computations. In addition, specific core power 
distribution factors and fission product diffusion parameters 
must be supplied. The calculation is limited to maxima of 12 
fission product species, 10 radial core regions, and 11 axial 
core regions. Also, four separate sets of fission product diffu- 
sion parameter values must be supplied for different tempera- 
ture ranges or assumed atmospheric conditions. (ERA citation 



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47 



08:020657)...Software Description: CDC6400; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3.3; 62K (octal) memory, card reader, line printer. 

ENDRUN2; Multigroup Constants from EMDF/B Data. 

B. A. Hutchins, C. L. Cowan, M. D. Kelley, and J. E. Turner. 
General Electric Co., San Jose, CA. Nuclear Energy Div. 
1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-501 U.S. Sales Only. Price 
includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 
recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 
mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 
questions. 

DE83048501 Price code: CP T14 

ENDRUN2 is used to calculate multigroup constants from 
energy-dependent, microscopic cross sections, resonance pa- 
rameters, and inelastic level data input in the evaluated nucle- 
ar data file (ENDF/B) formats. Data is processed for one ma- 
terial at a time and the output multigroup file includes both in- 
finitely-dilute group cross sections and self-shielding, Bondar- 
enko-type f-factors so that the resulting generalized file is in- 
dependent of reactor composition. The multigroup data may 
be output on punched cards, a standard library tape, or plot- 
ted over any energy range. (ERA citation 08:02041 2). ..Soft- 
ware Description: GE635; FORTRAN IV except for use of 
RWSBT and NPOST in the GE compressed binary input and 
output routines. FORTRAN versions of these routines are 
available, also; GECOS III. The code requires 52K memory, 
including a 10K overlap with loading routines. Up to 5 tapes 
and 7 auxiliary units (disks in the authors' environment) may 
be required, but the number of tapes may be reduced by use 
of permanent disk files with the card reader as the input unit. 

EDITOR; ENDF/B Tap© Processing and Editing. 

C. L Thompson, J. R. Stockton, L. M. Petrie, R. Q. Wright, 
and S. K. Penny. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
502 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048502 Price code: CP T1 1 

EDITOR produces readable listings of the contents of ENDF/ 
B nuclear data cross section tapes. It also allows copying, al- 
tering mode, merging and punching of the data on one or 
more ENDF/B tapes. A maximum of 50 materials may be 
handled in one batch, where a batch is a group of associated 
input instructions. A maximum of 5 files per material and 15 
sections per file may be requested in each batch. Files 1 to 5, 
7, 12 to 15, and 23 will be processed by the program. Other 
files will be ignored. (ERA citation 08:020540).. .Software De- 
scription: IBM360; CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; OS/360 
(IBM360), SCOPE (CDC6600); Approximately 300K bytes of 
core. 

DUZ2; Two-Dimensional Axisymmetric and Plane Elastic- 
Plastic Stress Calculations. 

W. D. Peterson, and C. Jeffrey. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-503R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048503 Price code: CP T1 6 

DUZ2 performs two-dimensional elastic-plastic stress calcula- 
tions. The program treats axially symmetric bodies or plane 
regions (plane stress or plane strain) assuming deformation 



theory. Loading conditions may be a non-uniform temperature 
distribution, body forces, and boundary displacements or 
stresses. The program provides for up to 99 regions, to de- 
scribe material properties and boundary conditions. There 
may be up to 5000 points in a rectangular array, with at most 
250 mesh rows or columns. Because of the initial strain 
method, plastic strains should not be significantly larger than 
elastic strains. (ERA citation 08:020570)...Software Descrip- 
tion: CDC6600; Although the program is written primarily in 
FORTRAN IV, certain inner loop routines were optimized 
using COMPASS. Also, the program calls on COMPASS rou- 
tines which are a part of the Bettis computing environment. 
SCOPE 3.1. The program was written for a CDC6600 with a 
central memory size of at least 64K, reader, printer, a system 
disk and 4 nor system disks each on its own channel. The 
program makes optional use of extended core storage and 
CDC-280 microfilm output. 

THRES2; Statistical Model Reaction Cross Sections. 

S. Pearlstein, and L. G. de Viedma. 
Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-504 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048504 Price code: CP T09 

THRES2 calculates neutron-induced reaction cross sections 
from to 20 MeV and fission spectrum averages for nuclides 
having 21 to 82 protons. Reaction products considered are 
2n, 3n, p, d, t, He-3, alpha, np, nd, nt, n-He3, n-alpha, pn, 2p, 
p-alpha, alpha-n, alpha-p, and dn. Maxima of 19 reaction 
types. (ERA citation 08:022355)...Software Description: 
CDC6600;IBM360; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE (CDC6600), OS/ 
360 (IBM360); The program uses 13K (decimal) on the 
CDC6600. 

TDOWN; Spatial and Composition-Dependent Cross 
Sections. 

C. L. Cowan, B. A. Hutchins, and J. E. Turner. 

General Electric Co., San Jose, CA. Nuclear Energy Div. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-505 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048505 Price code: CP T99 

TDOWN generates spatial and composition-dependent cross 
section sets from a Bondarenko type, generalized cross sec- 
tion file called GMUG. A TDOWN problem can be a simple 
description of material compositions with an input flux spectra 
or a problem can consist of a multi-region, two-dimensional 
reactor description with several zero- or one-dimensional flux 
solutions to provide the flux for spectral adjustments of the 
cross section sets. Most of the restrictions on TDOWN are 
due to the limitations of the linked codes. Some of these limi- 
tations are - a generalized file has a maximum of 100 energy 
groups, and up to 120 material cross section sets may be 
generated. (ERA citation 08:020541 )...Software Description: 
GE635; FORTRAN IV; GECOS III. The code requires 32K 
memory on a GE635, including a 10K overlap with the loading 
routines. In addition to the usual input/output units, 3 tape 
handlers and 6 files on a peripheral devise (disk at the au- 
thors' installation) are used. 

JP1XR; Coupled-Channel Scattering Cross Section 
Calculations. 



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C. J. Slavik. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-506R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048506 Price code: CP T1 1 

JP1XR computes scattering cross sections and related quan- 
tities for the scattering of nucleons or composite particles 
from any collective nucleus, even or odd A, vibrational or ro- 
tational. The projectile can be charged or uncharged and can 
have spin 0, 1/2, or 1. Maximum of 100 angles for which the 
differential quantities (cross section and polarization) are to 
be computed. (ERA citation 08:022504).. .Software Descrip- 
tion: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV. 

PHASER; Phase Shift Cross Section and Polarization 
Calculations. 

C. J. Slavik. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-507R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048507 Price code: CP T03 

PHASER computes the following quantities for the scattering 
of neutrons from nuclei: total, elastic, and reaction cross sec- 
tions, differential shape and compound elastic cross sections, 
differential polarizations, differential and integrated compound 
level inelastic cross sections, compound and shape elastic 
Legendre moments in the center-of-mass system. Maximum 
of 15 states to be considered in the Hauser-Feshbach calcu- 
lation. (ERA citation 08:022505). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV. SCOPE. 

MUCHA1;MUCHA2; Multiple Channel Analysis Emergency 
Core Cooling. 

R. A. Cudnik. 

Battelle Columbus Labs., OH. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC- 

508 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048508 Price code: CP T13 

MUCHA1 predicts the thermal and hydraulic behavior of any 
two reactor fuel rods and their associated parallel flow chan- 
nels during a loss-of-coolant accident using as boundary con- 
ditions plenum fluid conditions determined by MUCHA2 or a 
system-oriented code. MUCHA2 predicts the thermal and hy- 
draulic behavior of the primary coolant within the reactor 
pressure vessel during a loss-of-coolant accident. The heated 
core is represented by two equivalent fuel rods and their as- 
sociated parallel flow channels. A plenum model has been 
developed to predict the upper and lower plenum fluid condi- 
tions throughout the accident sequence for use as boundary 
conditions for the parallel core channels. In MUCHA1 the two 
fuel rods can be represented by up to a total of 15 radial 
nodes. Each fuel rod and its associated flow channel may be 
represented by up to 12 axial segments. MUCHA2 applies the 
same restrictions to each pair of equivalent fuel rods. (ERA 
citation 08:020658). ..Software Description: CDC6400; FOR- 
TRAN IV; SCOPE 3.3; MUCHA1 requires 120K (octal) 
memory and one tape for restart capability MUCHA2 requires 
120K (octal) memory, one tape for restart capability, and one 
tape for storing plenum boundary conditions. 



ETOT2; Thermal Libraries from ENDF/B Data. 

C. L. Beard, and R. A. Dannels. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pittsburgh, PA. Nuclear Energy 

Systems Div. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-509 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048509 Price code: CP T12 

ETOT2 processes basic nuclear information given in the 
ENDF/B library tape Formats I and II and produces data 
decks for use in the generation of KATE, THERMOS (NESC 
Abstract 184), TEMPEST (NESC Abstract 50), and LASER 
(NESC Abstract 249) libraries. In addition to the restrictions 
on the ENDF/B data itself, ETOT2 has the following restric- 
tions - Maximum number of groups or points = 309. Maxi- 
mum number of resolved resonances = 500. (ERA citation 
08:020542)...Software Description: CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; 
CDC7600 SCOPE 1.7. The code requires 50K (decimal) 
memory on the CDC7600, uses 1 scratch tape, 1 library tape, 
and the standard input/output and punch units. 

VIM1;VIM1X; Monte Carlo Critical Assembly Analysis. 

L. B. Levitt, and R. C. Lewis. 

Atomics International Div., Canoga Park, CA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-510 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048510 Price code: CP T99 

VI M1 is a Monte Carlo code designed for the analysis of fast 
critical experiments. It has been expressly prepared for the 
analysis of fast critical assemblies of the plate-drawer type 
such as ZPPR, ZPR-3, and ZEBRA. The library uses point 
cross section data, rather than multigroup constants. VIM1 is 
restricted to critical assemblies of the plate drawer type, and 
the energy range must be between 10 MeV and 10 eV. (ERA 
citation 08:020634)...Software Description: CDC7600; IBM360; 
FORTRAN IV (CDC 7600), FORTRAN IV and BAL (IBM360); 
SCOPE 1.1 (CDC7600) and OS/360 (IBM360); 65K (decimal) 
fast central memory, 80K ECS, and 1 magnetic tape unit are 
required on the CDC7600. 650K bytes and 1 tape units are 
required on the IBM360. 

VENUS2; Two-Dimensional Coupled Neutronics- 
Hydrodynamics. 

J. F. Jackson, R. B. Nicholson, and D. P. Weber. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-511 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE8304851 1 Price code: CP T1 1 

VENUS2 is an improved edition of the VENUS fast-reactor 
disassembly program. It is a two-dimensional (r-z) coupled 
neutronics-hydrodynamics code that calculates the dynamic 
behavior of an LMFBR during a prompt-critical disassembly 
excursion. It calculates the power history and fission energy 
release as well as the space-time histories of the fuel tem- 
peratures, core material pressures, and core material motions. 
Reactivity feedback effects due to Doppler broadening and 
reactor material motion are taken into account. (ERA citation 
08:020659). ..Software Description: 

IBM360,370,303x;CDC7600; FORTRAN IV(H); OS/360 
(IBM360) and SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600); 440K bytes are used 



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for the IBM version when storing the data in double-precision. 
Single-precision storage is adequate for the converted 
CDC7600 version which requires 160,000 (octal) words of 
memory for execution. One peripheral storage device is 
needed if the graphical output option is used. 

THETA1B; Fuel Rod Thermal Response Loss of Coolant 
Accidents. 

C. J. Hocevar, and T. W. Wineinger. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-512 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE830485 1 2 Price code: CP T1 6 

THETA1B computes the thermal response characteristics of a 
nuclear fuel rod subjected to a loss-of-coolant accident envi- 
ronment. Small time-steps are used, resulting in long running 
times. (ERA citation 08:020323). ..Software Description: 
IBM360/75; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 400K bytes of core 
memory are required. 

FORSIM; Solution of Partial or Ordinary Differential 
Equations. 

M. B. Carver. 

Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd., Chalk River (Ontario). Chalk 
River Nuclear Labs. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-514 U.S. 
Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048514 Price code: CP T1 1 

FORSIM is a FORTRAN oriented simulation program which 
automates the continuous transient solution of systems of or- 
dinary and/or partial differential equations. The user writes his 
equations in a FORTRAN subroutine, following prescribed 
rules, and loads this routine along with the executive routines. 
The executive routines then read in initial data supplied by the 
user and proceed with the integration. Maximum of 1000 ordi- 
nary differential equations. (ERA citation 08:022838). ..Soft- 
ware Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN Extended; SCOPE 
3.4; 160,000 (octal) memory and 6 disk files, including input 
and output. 

GENED ENVIRONMENTAL ROUTINES; Subroutine Library. 

F. A. Wassem. 

General Electric Co., San Jose, CA. Nuclear Energy Div. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-515 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048515 Price code: CP T09 

The GENED ENVIRONMENTAL ROUTINES consists of a set 
of standard routines written at the General Electric Nuclear 
Energy Division and a set of standard GE635 system rou- 
tines. (ERA citation 08:022839). ..Software Description: 
GE635; FORTRAN IV AND GMAP; GECOS. 

PTAC11; 2-Pass Assembler for the PDP-11 on 360. 

E. W. Killian. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-516 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 



inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048516 Price code: CP T09 

PTAC11 allows a programmer to assemble binary code for 
the Digital Equipment Corporation PDP-11 computer on the 
IBM360/75, taking advantage of the facilities and speed of 
the larger machine. The number of user defined symbols is 
limited to 800. The standard DEC mnemonics are used with 
two exceptions. The alternate mnemonics for BCC (branch if 
carry clear) and BCS (branch if carry set) are not used. The 
mnemonic for break trap is called BPT. (ERA citation 
08:022840)...Software Description: IBM360/75; PL/I; OS/360; 
100K bytes memory, usual I/O units and one tape unit. 

HEATING5;HEATING3; One-, Two-, or Three-Dimensional 
Heat Conduction Program. 

W. D. Turner, D. C. Elrod, I. I. Siman-Tov, and C. L. Wang. 
Union Carbide Corp., Oak Ridge, TN. Nuclear Div. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-517 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048517 Price code: CP T1 1 

HEATING5 is designed to solve steady-state and/or transient 
heat conduction problems in one-, two-, or three-dimensional 
Cartesian or cylindrical coordinates or one-dimensional spher- 
ical coordinates. The thermal conductivity, density, and specif- 
ic heat may be both spatially and temperature-dependent. 
The thermal conductivity can be anisotropic. Materials may 
undergo a change of phase. Heat generation rates may be 
dependent on time, temperature, and position, and boundary 
temperatures can be time-dependent.and/or temperature-de- 
pendent. The mesh spacing can be variable along each axis. 
HEATPLOT is a temperature distribution plotting program 
which may be used with a plotting data set produced by 
HEATING5 to plot temperature contours (isotherms), temper- 
ature-time profiles, and temperature-distance profiles from a 
temperature distribution or from temperature changes relative 
to an initial temperature distribution. REGPLOT is a pre-proc- 
essor graphics program which generates maps of the regions 
with labels for the materials, the heat generation function 
numbers, the initial condition function numbers, and the 
boundary condition function numbers specified by the input 
data to permit the user to visually check the HEATING5 input 
data. HEATINGS is designed to solve steady-state and/or 
transient heat conduction problems in one-, two-, or three-di- 
mensional cartesian or cylindrical coordinates. Thermal con- 
ductivity, density, and specific heat may be dependent on 
temperature. Heat generation rates may be dependent on po- 
sition and time, and the boundary temperatures may be time- 
dependent. (ERA citation 08:021 41 4). ..Software Description: 
The program is written in the FORTRAN IV and Assembly 
programming languages for implementation on an IBM 360/ 
370/303x, CDC CYBER 73, or CDC7600 computer under the 
OS/360, OS/370, NOS/BE 1.2 or SCOPE 2.1 operating sys- 
tems. Memory requirement is: 1256K bytes. 

ERREST; Loss of Coolant Rod Bundle Critical Heat Flux 
Data Analysis. 

M. A. Lintner. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-518 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048518 Price code: CP T13 



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ERREST sorts the rod bundle library of critical heat flux data 
and performs error calculations on sorted subsets. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:020660)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/360; 460K bytes. 

NRTS OS/360 Remote Job Entry; OS/360 MVT Remote 
Job Entry System. 

L C. Richardson. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-519 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048519 Price code: CP T1 9 

NRTS allows users at remote locations to submit jobs over 
slow or high speed communication lines to an IBM system 
360/75 using the operating system that provides multipro- 
gramming with a variable number of tasks. This program is an 
extension of the standard RJE program. Once a job has been 
entered execution proceeds under OS job management rou- 
tines. (ERA citation 08:022841). ..Software Description: 
IBM360/75; Assembler; OS/360 MVT Release 19.6; IBM360 
with minimum of 51 2K bytes storage, using OS/360 MVT and 
an IBM2701 data adapter unit with synchronous data adapter 
TYPEII with the binary synchronous features, equipped for 
EBCDIC code and full transparency operation. Dual interface 
feature is required if line is to be switched between slow and 
high-speed operation. Direct access storage for RJE tables is 
typically less than 1-2311 DASD or 1-2314 disk pack. SYSIN 
data requirements are installation dependent. IBM1130 work 
station requirements include a single disk storage drive, 8K 
words of core storage, 1442-7 card read/punch, 1403-2 with 
RPQ F20724 or 1403-6 printer, binary synchronous communi- 
cations adapters. Optionally, a 1627-1 plotter, 2415 magnetic 
tape, 1134 paper tape reader, 1055 paper tape punch, 2501 
card reader, and 2250-4 scope are supported. 

PHROG; Multi-Group Constant and Fast Spectra 
Calculations. 

R. L Curtis, G. L Singer, F. J. Wheeler, and R. A. Grimesey. 
EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-520 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048520 Price code: CP T16 

PHROG generates energy dependent fast neutron spectra 
and associated multigroup cross section data suitable for use 
in diffusion and transport theory reactor design analysis. The 
solution utilizes 68 equal iethargy groups of cross section, 
source, and leakage data over an energy range extending 
from 10 MeV to 0.414 eV. These data are then coalesced 
into broad group form using the fluxes and currents as 
weighting functions. The code is restricted to a 68 group 
structure for input. (ERA citation 08:020543). ..Software De- 
scription: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 200K bytes 
memory and six I/O devices including card reader, printer, 
card punch, tape unit for cross section library, and 2 scratch 
units. 

SOCOOL2; Sodium-Fuel Interaction Analysis. 

A. Padilla, Jr. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-521 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 



Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048521 Price code: CP T09 

SOCOOL2 calculates the transient temperatures, pressures, 
and mechanical work energy when a molten material is in- 
stantaneously and uniformly dispersed in liquid sodium which 
is initially under acoustic constraint. The presence of an initial 
amount of sodium vapor or noncondensible gas cannot be 
taken into account. Time delays in the process of fragmenta- 
tion and mixing of the molten material into the sodium cannot 
be considered. Heat transfer during the two-phase expansion 
of sodium is neglected. (ERA citation 08:020661). ..Software 
Description: IBM360;UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; CSCX 
(UNIVAC1108), OS/360 (IBM360); UNIVAC1108 - 19K words 
of memory, IBM360 - 115K bytes of memory. 

ARC-SYSTEM; System Subprograms and Modules. 

L. C. Just, H. Henryson, II, A. S. Kennedy, S. D. Sparck, and 
B. J. Toppel. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-522 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048522 Price code: CP T12 

ARC-SYSTEM is the collection of systems subprograms and 
modules which provide the software environment necessary 
to execute the modular computational capabilities of the Ar- 
gonne Reactor Computation (ARC) System on IBM360 sys- 
tems. BCD input data restrictions are set at 1 00 ARC System 
data blocks and 2000 EBCDIC data cards. An ARC System 
data block is a named set of data containing named subb- 
locks of data which are processed into data sets by a call to 
the system routine BCDDS. (ERA citation 08:020544)...Soft- 
ware Description: IBM360/50 and larger models: FORTRAN 
IV, Assembler language, and macro definitions; OS/360 Re- 
lease 19; The resident portion of the system itself requires 
about 15K bytes. To test the system requires about 220K 
bytes plus one peripheral I/O device. 

ESP; Monte Carlo Reactor Analysis Calculation. 

S. N. Cramer, R. S. Carlsmith, G. W. Morrison, G. W. Perry, 
and J. L. Lucius. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
523 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048523 Price code: CP T16 

ESP is a general-purpose Monte Carlo reactor analysis code. 
It covers the complete energy range of interest in reactor cal- 
culations and is designed for both eigenvalue and fixed 
source reactor and reactor cell calculations. Basic data are 
accepted only in the Version I, II, and III ENDF/B format. In 
addition to smooth data, the cross section preparation in- 
cludes a detailed treatment of resolved and unresolved re- 
sonances and the free gas and s(alpha.beta) thermal models. 
The collision and source routines utilize the ENDF/B nonelas- 
tic secondary distributions, the anisotropic scattering data, 
and the fission spectra. The energy range may be divided into 
as many as 25,000 intervals, and over each interval the ap- 
propriately averaged cross sections are used as constant 
point-energy values. A general three-dimensional geometry 
description is available, as well as several specialized geome- 
tries. Use of fixed-source options allows calculations on non- 



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multiplying systems. A steady-state analysis of neutron histor- 
ies is performed in computer core for such quantities as neu- 
tron fluxes, reaction rates, and cross sections, averaged over 
arbitrary energy and spatial regions. (ERA citation 
08:020545)...Software Description: IBM360/75.91; FORTRAN 
IV and BAL; At least 350K bytes of computer core. 

BESFIT; Diffraction Model Elastic Scattering Cross 
Sections. 

S. Pearlstein. 

Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-524 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048524 Price code: CP T09 

BESFIT calculates differential elastic scattering cross sections 
using a Bessel function expansion, based on a diffraction 
model. Constant terms may either be supplied as input data 
or obtained by a least squares fitting of the data. A maximum 
of 101 angular points can be used. (ERA citation 
08:0221 76)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
Standard monitor. 

ORTHfS;ORTHAT; Two-Dimensional Heat Conduction. 
R. C. Durfee, and C. W. Nestor. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
525 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048525 Price code: CP T14 

ORTHIS and ORTHAT are designed to solve steady-state 
and transient heat conduction problems, respectively, in two- 
dimensional geometries. Either Cartesian (x-y) or cylindrical (r- 
z, r-theta) coordinate systems may be used. Thermal proper- 
ties, heat generation rates, and boundary conditions may be 
functions of position, time, or temperature. Maxima of 1000 
vertical nodes 1000 horizontal nodes 10000 total nodes 
(rows*columns) 50 vertical regions 50 horizontal regions 2500 
total regions (rows*columns) 300 materials 1500 steady-state 
iterations 5000 transient time-steps. (ERA citation 
08:020662)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV and 
BAL; OS/360; ORTHIS requires 700K, ORTHAT requires 
1024K bytes. 

CLUP77; Square Ceil Collision Probability Calculations. 

K. Tsuchihashi, and P. Henline. 

Japan Atomic Energy Research Inst., Tokai. Tokai Research 

Establishment. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-526 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048526 Price code: CP T1 1 

CLUP77 computes the collision probabilities in a multi-region 
square assembly of clustered fuel rods. The assembly can be 
made up of rods of infinite height and divided into rectangular 
pillars containing a nest of concentric annuli of different mate- 
rials. The outer boundary of the assembly may be treated as 
reflective or a vacuum. A maximum of 120 assemblies are al- 
lowed and all assemblies must be symmetric both bilaterally 
and diagonally. (ERA citation 08:020546). ..Software Descrip- 
tion: FACOM230-60;IBM360; FORTRAN IV; FACOM Operat- 
ing System (FACOM 230-60) and OS/360 (IBM360); 57K 
(octal) words on the FACOM, 250K bytes on the IBM360. 



HERMES; Regional Radiological Effects Analysis. 

B. W. Bentley, W. E. Black, W. L Dotson, J. F. Fletcher, and 
D. R. Haffner. 

Hanford Engineering Development Lab., Richland, WA. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-527 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048527 Price code: CP T14 

The HERMES model calculates the regional radionuclide re- 
leases and radiation dose to the populace in a given year 
arising from the operation of nuclear facilities to meet electri- 
cal generation demands within a given study region. The fol- 
lowing are all approximate dimension restrictions - 12 time-pe- 
riods (months) 50 radionuclides 200 radionuclide sources (nu- 
clear sites) 300 receptor locations. (ERA citation 
08:020663)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
IV and SLEUTH; CSCX; 65K memory and a magnetic drum or 
alternative device for storage of large amounts of data. 

PREP;KITT; System Fault Tree Evaluation Codes. 

W. E. Vesely, and R. E. Narum. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-528 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048528 Price code: CP T1 1 

The PREP/KITT computer program package obtains system 
reliability information from a system fault tree. The PREP pro- 
gram finds the minimal cut sets and/or the minimal path sets 
of the system fault tree. (A minimal cut set is a smallest set of 
components such that if all the components are simulta- 
neously failed the system is failed. A minimal path set is a 
smallest set of components such that if all of the components 
are simultaneously functioning the system is functioning.) The 
KITT programs determine reliability information for the com- 
ponents of each minimal cut or path set, for each minimal cut 
or path set, and for the system. Exact, time-dependent reli- 
ability information is determined for each component and for 
each minimal cut set or path set. For the system, reliability re- 
sults are obtained by upper bound approximations or by a 
bracketing procedure in which various upper and lower 
bounds may be obtained as close to one another as desired. 
The KITT programs can handle independent components 
which are nonrepairable or which have a constant repair time. 
Any assortment of nonrepairable components and compo- 
nents having constant repair times can be considered. Any in- 
hibit conditions having constant probabilities of occurrence 
can be handled. The failure intensity of each component is 
assumed to be constant with respect to time. The KITT2 pro- 
gram can also handle components which during different time 
intervals, called phases, may have different reliability proper- 
ties. (ERA citation 08:020664). ..Software Description: 
IBM360;UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN IV; OS/360 MVT (IBM360); 
350K bytes on the IBM360. 

ANVENT; Los of Coolant Analysis Duke Power McGuire 
Units. 

J. L. Kelly, and R. S. Krell. 

Duke Power Co., Charlotte, NO 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-529 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048529 Price code: CP T03 



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The ANVENT program was developed to analyze thermal ef- 
fects of a loss-of-coolant accident (LOCA) in a Westinghouse 
ice condenser nuclear unit, similar to the Duke Power Compa- 
ny's McGuire units. The program is capable of evaluating (1) 
steady-state radial temperature distributions corresponding to 
fixed inside and outside temperatures, (2) radial temperature 
distributions in the steel containment shell and the concrete 
reactor (shield) building during the post-LOCA transient, (3) 
temperature and pressure in the annulus between the con- 
tainment shell and reactor building during the post-LOCA 
transient, and (4) capability of the annulus ventilation fan to 
quickly attain and maintain a vacuum in the annulus after a 
LOCA occurs.(ERA citation 08:020665). ..Software Description: 
GE635 MARK2 Time-Sharing System; FORTRAN IV; GE635 
MARK 2 Time-Sharing System. 

GENRD; Free-Format Card Input Processor. 

C. W. Cox. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-530 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048530 Price code: CP T09 

GENRD will read and process free-format numeric and Holler- 
ith input data from cards. There is no provision for typing 
double precision, complex, or logical input. GENRD cannot 
recognize octal or other non-standard input forms. Hollerith 
information cannot be continued from one card to the next 
nor can it be contained within a repeat specification. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:022842)...Software Description: CDC6600;IBM360; 
ANSI Standard FORTRAN; SCOPE 3 (CDC6600) and DOS 
(IBM360); 3000 decimal words of core, usual I/O, and one 
tape or disk unit. 

CLEM; Angular Distribution Legendre Fitting. 

C. J. Slavik, C. R. Lubitz, and J. T. Reynolds. 
Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1 984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-531R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048531 Price code: CP T09 

CLEM generates constrained Legendre moments for neutron 
scattering angular distributions. The constraint is that the an- 
gular distribution itself should be non-negative. (ERA citation 
08:020547)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3.2; 300K, usual I/O, and one tape unit. 

LASL Group-Averaged Cross-Sections; SN 18- 24- and 25- 
Group Sets. 

C. B. Mills. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-532 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048532 Price code: CP T1 5 

Group constants and computed neutron cross sections are 
tabulated for a variety of materials including - Al, B, Be, C, 
Cd, CI, D, Ga, F194, Fe, H, K, Li6, Mo, Na, Ni, O, Pu239, 
Pu240, Pu249, Th, U233, U235, U238, and Zr. These are pre- 
sented as 18-, 24-, and 25-group calculations for reactors 
with neutron energies ranging from fast to thermal. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:020548).. .Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN 
IV; SCOPE. 



ARC-NUI002 BCD Input Processor; BCD Input Data 
Processing Module. 

E. A. Kovalsky, and B. J. Toppel. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-533 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048533 Price code: CP T14 

The module ARC(NUI002) processes general neutronics input 
data sets for subsequent use by the neutronics-computational 
modules of the Argonne Reactor Computation (ARC) System. 
(ERA citation 08:020549)...Software Description: IBM360/50 
and larger models; FORTRAN IV; OS/360 MVT; About 255K 
bytes are required with a 10,000 double-word container (de- 
fault). One peripheral I/O device is required. 

MULTI; Multi-Level Resonance Theory Cross-Section 
Calculations. 

C. J. Slavik. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-535R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048535 Price code: CP T03 

MULTI computes scattering cross sections. Only s-wave inci- 
dent neutrons are allowed. (ERA citation 08:020550). ..Soft- 
ware Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; Input, 
output, and two tape units. 

RAHAB Lattice Physics Modules; JOSHUA System Lattice 
Physics Modules. 

H. C. Honeck. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SC. Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-536 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048536 Price code: CP T15 

RAHAB is a two-dimensional, multigroup, neutron integral 
transport code. Its capability includes full or subdivided annu- 
lar, square and hexagon regions, clusters and multicell (mixed 
lattices). The multigroup structure can include thermal, epith- 
ermal, and fast energy regions. The number of energy groups 
is variable from 1 to 100. Buckling and time eigenvalue 
searches are allowed options. The code is restricted to 150 
mesh points, 100 energy groups and 50 different isotopes. 
(ERA citation 08:020551 )...Software Description: IBM360; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/360 and HASP; 260K bytes. 

M0678;FUGIT1; Dynamic Response of Elastic Structures. 

C. M. Friedrich. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-537R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048537 Price code: CP T09 

FUGIT1 performs a transient step analysis of an elastic struc- 
ture mounted on a rigid base which has a given shock history 
of motion. The structure may have nonlinear constraints and 
damping. 1 to 6 degrees of freedom in the base motion 1 to 



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53 



30 rows and columns in the flexibility matrix to 3 types of 
damping. (ERA citation 08:021 437).. .Software Description: 
CDC6600, FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; Input tape, output tape, 
1 50,000 (octal) central memory, plot routines. 

ETOG3; ENDF/B to MUFT, GAM, ANiSN Cross-Section 
Format. 

M. Raymund, D. E. Kusner, R. A. Dannels, and S. Kellman. 
Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pittsburgh, PA. Nuclear Energy 
Systems Div. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-538 U.S. Sales 
Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 
in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 
recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 
have questions. 
DE83048538 Price code: CP T1 6 

ETOG3 processes basic nuclear information given in ENDF/B 
Version Ml format producing data decks for use in generation 
of MUFT4, MUFT5, GAM1, GAM2, and ANISN libraries. In ad- 
dition to the restrictions on the ENDF/B data itself, ETOG3 
has the following maxima - 99 multigroups 500 resolved re- 
sonances. (ERA citation 08:020552).. .Software Description: 
CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.0; 42,000 decimal loca- 
tions and 4 scratch and punch units, 1 7,000 decimal locations 
of extended core memory. 

STRAP; Static and Dynamic Structural Analysis. 

J. A. Dearien, and E. D. Uldrich. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-539 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048539 Price code: CP T1 4 

The code STRAP (STructural Analysis Package) was devel- 
oped to analyze the response of structural systems to static 
and dynamic loading conditions. STRAP-S solves for the dis- 
placements and member forces of structural systems under 
static loads and temperature gradients. STRAP-D will solve 
numerically a given structural dynamics problem. STRAP-S 
maxima - 250 degrees of freedom 100 members STRAP-D 
maxima - 1 00 degrees of freedom 80 time-steps in the forcing 
function input. (ERA citation 08:021 438).. .Software Descrip- 
tion: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 300K bytes of memory 
for each program plus 5 to 7 direct access storage devices 
besides standard I/O for STRAP-D. 

PACTOLUS;CLOTHO; Nuclear Power Plant Cost Code. 

D. R. Haffner. 

Hanford Engineering Development Lab., Richland, WA. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-540 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048540 Price code: CP T12 

PACTOLUS is a code for computing nuclear power costs 
using the discounted cash flow method. The cash flows are 
generated from input unit costs, time schedules and burnup 
data. CLOTHO calculates and communicates to PACTOLUS 
mass flow data to match a specified load factor history. 
Maxima of 40 annual time periods into which all costs and 
mass flows are accumulated 20 isotopic mass flows charged 
into and discharged from the reactor model. (ERA citation 
08:020475)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN 
V; CSCX; 65K memory with drum storage of input data to 
speed up processing. 



WSP-HASP/DOS; DOS-MFT Remote Workstation Package. 

R. J. McMahon. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-541 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048541 Price code: CP T09 

The WSP (Work Station Package) is a modification of the 
standard HASP/RMT360 package supplied by IBM and runs 
on a multiprogrammed DOS System/360/30 using multi-leav- 
ing and binary synchronous communications to communicate 
with a System/360/1 95/ ASP central CPU. (ERA citation 
08:022843)...Software Description: IBM360; DOS Assembler 
language; 360 DOS Release 26.1. The ANL System/360/195 
ASP central CPU is operating with Version 2.6.5 of ASP re- 
quiring no changes; WSP has been designed for a System/ 
360/30 with an IBM 2540 reader-punch, two IBM 1403 print- 
ers, an IBM 1052 printer keyboard console, and an IBM 2701 
data adapter unit. 

PSA2; Stress Analysis Multianchor Pipe System. 

A. N. Nickols. 

Atomics International Div., Canoga Park, CA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-542 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048542 Price code: CP T09 

PSA2 computes the reactions and stresses caused by ther- 
mal expansion and loads in a multi-anchor piping system 
which may contain loops and may be partially restrained at 
any point in any direction. Maximum of 36 sections. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:020571 )...Software Description: IBM360.370; FOR- 
TRAN IV (H); OS/360; 64K memory. 

ENDF/B-THERMOS; 30-Group ENDF/B Scattering Kernels. 

F. J. McCrosson, and D. R. Finch. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SO Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-543 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048543 Price code: CP T14 

These data are 30-group THERMOS thermal scattering ker- 
nels for P0 to P5 Legendre orders for every temperature of 
every material from s(alpha.beta) data stored in the ENDF/B 
library. These scattering kernels were generated using the 
FLANGE2 computer code. To test the kernels, the integral 
properties of each set of kernels were determined by a preci- 
sion integration of the diffusion length equation and compared 
to experimental measurements of these properties. In gener- 
al, the agreement was very good. Details of the methods 
used and results obtained are contained in the reference. The 
scattering kernels are organized into a two volume magnetic 
tape library from which they may be retrieved easily for use in 
any 30-group THERMOS library. The contents of the tapes 
are as follows - VOLUME I Material ZA Temperatures (de- 
grees K) Molecular H20 100.0 296, 350, 400, 450, 500, 600, 
800, 1000 Molecular D20 101.0 296, 350, 400, 450, 500, 
600, 800, 1000 Graphite 6000.0 296, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 
1000, 1200, 1600, 2000 Polyethylene 205.0 296, 350 Ben- 
zene 106.0 296, 350, 400, 450, 500, 600, 800, 1000 VOLUME 
II Material ZA Temperatures (degrees K) Zr bound in ZrHx 



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203.0 296, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 1000, 1200 H bound in 
ZrHx 230.0 296, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 1000, 1200 Berylli- 
um-9 4009.0 296, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 1000, 1200 Beryl- 
lium Oxide 200.0 296, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 1000, 1200 
Uranium Dioxide 207.0 296, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 1000, 
1200Auxiliary program written in FORTRAN IV; The retrieval 
program requires 1 tape drive and a small amount of high- 
speed core. (ERA citation 08:022506). ..Software Description: 
IBM360/65; FORTRAN IV; OS/360. 

PLOT-3D; Three-Dimensional Plots on IBM2280 or 
CalComp780. 

D. Basinger, and J. Gvildys. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-544 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048544 Price code: CP T09 

PLOT-3D is a package of subprograms designed to draw 
three-dimensional surfaces from arrays of points (x,y,z). The 
surfaces can be drawn after arbitrary rotations about the 
three coordinate axes. Versions 3 and 4 limit number of rows 
in arrays (x,y,z) to 100 and also number of columns in arrays 
(x.y.z) to 100. (ERA citation 08:020666)...Software Descrip- 
tion: IBM360/75 with an IBM2280 film recorder or a CalComp 
780 plotter; FORTRAN IV; OS/360 ASP; Versions 1 and 3, 
for the IBM 2280 film recorder, require 7810 and 58,285 bytes 
of core storage, exclusive of film recorder subroutines and 
arrays. Versions 2 and 4, for the CalComp plotter, require 
6670 and 62,435 bytes of core storage, exclusive of CalComp 
plotter subroutines and arrays. 

BETTY; Entrained Particles Sampling Study. 

S. K. Beal. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-545-R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048545 Price code: CP T03 

BETTY describes spatial and temporal concentration behavior 
of a suspension in a pipe, as a result of deposition and ero- 
sion of the particles. No more than 900 axial increments may 
be used. (ERA citation 08:027364). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.2; 63K 60-bit words of 
core storage. 

EMERALD REVISION 1; PWR Accident Activity Release. 

W. K. Brunot, R. R. Fray, and S. G. Gillespie. 
Pacific Gas and Electric Co., San Francisco, CA. Dept. of 
Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering. 1984, mag tape AN L/ 
NESC-546 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048546 Price code: CP T1 3 

The EMERALD program is designed for the calculation of ra- 
diation releases and exposures resulting from abnormal oper- 
ation of a large pressurized water reactor (PWR). The ap- 
proach used in EMERALD is similar to an analog simulation 
of a real system. Each component or volume in the plant 
which contains a radioactive material is represented by a sub- 
routine which keeps track of the production, transfer, decay 
and absorption of radioactivity in that volume. During the 



course of the analysis of an accident, activity is transferred 
from subroutine to subroutine in the program as it would be 
transferred from place to place in the plant. For example, in 
the calculation of the doses resulting from a loss-of-coolant 
accident the program first calculates the activity built up in the 
fuel before the accident, then releases some of this activity to 
the containment volume. Some of this activity is then re- 
leased to the atmosphere. The rates of transfer, leakage, pro- 
duction, cleanup, decay, and release are read in as input to 
the program. Subroutines are also included which calculate 
the on-site and off-site radiation exposures at various dis- 
tances for individual isotopes and sums of isotopes. The pro- 
gram contains a library of physical data for the twenty-five 
isotopes of most interest in licensing calculations, and other 
isotopes can be added or substituted. Because of the flexible 
nature of the simulation approach, the EMERALD program 
can be used for most calculations involving the production 
and release of radioactive materials during abnormal oper- 
ation of a PWR. These include design, operational, and li- 
censing studies. Maxima of 25 isotopes 7 time periods 15 vol- 
umes or components 10 distances. (ERA citation 
08:027421 )...Software Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/360,370 (IBM360.370); 520K bytes of memory are re- 
quired. 

GAMBIT; Cross Section Generation for Transport Codes. 

G. Gibson, and G. Collier. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp., Waltz Mill, PA. Advanced 
Reactors Div. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-547 U.S. Sales 
Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 
in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 
recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 
have questions. 

DE83048547 Price code: CP T1 6 

GAMBIT is a program that was designed to calculate multi- 
group neutron cross sections in the high energy and the ther- 
mal energy ranges. It was created by joining GAM, which 
does the high energy calculation, and B1T, which does the 
thermal calculation. Maxima of 20 nuclides per problem 32 
GAM (fast) broad energy groups 48 BIT (thermal) broad 
energy groups. (ERA citation 08:0281 42). ..Software Descrip- 
tion: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.0; 64K memory and 
8 tapes. 

CEBUG; Steam Generator Sodium-Water Reaction. 

P. K. Doherty, and D. W. Stuteville. 

Combustion Engineering, Inc., Windsor, CT. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-548 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048548 Price code: CP T09 

The transient hydraulic behavior of the sodium in a sodium- 
heated steam generator in which a sodium-water reaction 
occurs due to a large water leak is calculated for flows in up 
to three dimensions. Maxima of 140 elements in 3-D region 
(including transition elements) 30 channels 30 channel nodes 
5 transition elements 1 cover gas space 28 connections to 
finite elements for each transition element 4 connections to 
channels for each transition element 200 time-steps saved on 
plot output array in general. (ERA citation 08:026242). ..Soft- 
ware Description: CDC6400,6600,7600; ANSI FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3.3 (CDC6400.6600), SCOPE 2.0 (CDC7600); 21 ,000 
word memory (CDC6400.6600), 17,000 word memory. 



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REXCO-H (Release 1); Two-Dimensional Hydrodynamic 
Response to Excursion. 

Y. W. Chang, J. Gvildys, and S. H. Fistedis. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-550 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048550 Price code: CP T1 1 

REXCO-H calculates the two-dimensional hydrodynamic re- 
sponse of primary reactor containment to a high-energy ex- 
cursion. To execute the pictorial display, the program uses 
the ANL system installation subroutines described in ANL- 
AMD Technical Memorandum No. 167, A Film-Plotting Sub- 
routine Package (FSP) for the 2280 Film Recorder, by D. 
Carson, June 17, 1968, and to execute the CalComp plots, 
the program uses the subroutines described in ANL-AMD 
Technical Memorandum No. 130, S/360 Programming Tech- 
niques for the CalComp 780, by R. F. Krupp, January 6, 1967; 
500K bytes of core, two 9-track tape units, one 7-track tape 
unit, IBM 2280 film recorder, CalComp 780 plotter. Maxima of 
3000 grid zones 1000 cycles per run, if CalComp display is 
required 20 materials 20 sections 10 reactor vessels 50 
points for stress-strain table for reactor material. (ERA citation 
08:026243)...Software Description: IBM 360/195; FORTRAN 
IV; 500K memory. 

MOXY/MOD032; BWR Core Heat Transfer Code. 

D. R. Evans. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-551 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048551 Price code: CP T1 8 

MOXY is used for the thermal analysis of a planar section of 
a boiling water reactor (BWR) fuel element during a loss-of- 
coolant accident (LOCA). The code employs models that de- 
scribe heat transfer by conduction, convection, and thermal 
radiation, and heat generation by metal-water reaction and 
fission product decay. Models are included for considering 
fuel-rod swelling and rupture, energy transport across the 
fuel-to-cladding gap, and the thermal response of the canis- 
ter. MOXY requires that time-dependent data during the blow- 
down process for the power normalized to the steady-state 
power, for the heat-transfer coefficient, and for the fluid tem- 
perature be provided as input. Internal models provide these 
parameters during the heatup and emergency cooling phases. 
Maxima of 10 time-step sets 10 print-interval sets 50 normal- 
ized power-time pairs in considering time-dependent heat 
source 50 convection heat transfer coefficient-time pairs in 
considering time-dependent convection 50 fluid temperature. 
(ERA citation 08:026244). ..Software Description: 
IBM360;CDC7600; FORTRAN IV and Assembly language 
(IBM360), FORTRAN IV and COMPASS (CDC7600); OS/360 
(IBM360) and SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600); 300K bytes of storage 
(IBM360) or 110,000 (octal) words of small core memory 
(SCM) (CDC7600), standard input/output units, and 5 other 
units are required. 

PWR-PPM; Boration-Dilution Tables for PWR Operation. 

R. L. Jaworski, and V. I. Swisher. 

Omaha Public Power District, NE. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-552 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 



inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048552 Price code: CP T03 

PWR-PPM generates boration-dilution tables used by the re- 
actor operator of a PWR. The computer printed tables plot ini- 
tial and final reactor coolant system boron concentration in 
units of ppm boron against the gallons of makeup water and 
boric acid solution required to obtain the desired ppm change. 
These tables replace nomographs normally required for Dona- 
tion and dilution operations. The temperature between and in- 
cluding 100 to 600 degrees F and the pressure between and 
including 200 psig to 6000 psig. (ERA citation 
08:026034)...Software Description: CDC6000 series; FOR- 
TRAN IV; KRONOS SCOPE 3.3. 

U3R; Unresolved Resonance Cross Section Probability 
Tables. 

J. M. Otter, R. C. Lewis, and L B. Levitt. 
Atomics International Div., Canoga Park, CA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-553 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048553 Price code: CP T1 1 

U3R numerically constructs a table of the cumulative proba- 
bility distribution functions of unresolved resonance cross 
sections in a narrow energy range. Maxima of 20 unresolved 
resonance (l,j) series 4 temperatures 100 ladders unlimited 
energies ' 99 as the table length. (ERA citation 
08:0261 36)...Software Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN 
IV, Assembly language random number generator; OS/360; 
470K memory (double precision). 

DISPER1; Aerosol Particle Transport Study. 

N. A. Frigerio, R. S. Stowe, and N. A. Clark. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-554 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048554 Price code: CP T03 

DISPER1 determines the aerosol particle source strength out- 
side an enclosure due to a release of aerosol particles within 
the enclosure. The release is assumed to pressurize the en- 
closure and the airborne particles are carried by the escaping 
gas into leak paths in the enclosure walls. Here they may be 
deposited on the leak path walls or remain entrained and 
escape from the enclosure. Maximum of 20 leakage path 
sets. (ERA citation 08:027365).. .Software Description: 
IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370; Execution of the 
sample problem required 48K bytes. 

PARET; Water-Cooled Core Transient Analysis. 

P. D. Adolf. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-555 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048555 Price code: CP T14 

This program is designed for use in predicting the course and 
consequences of nondestructive reactivity accidents in small 
reactor cores. The PARET model is subject to several recog- 
nized limitations which may limit the applicability in any specif- 



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ic situation, depending on the nature of the transient under 
consideration. The code employs steady-state heat transfer 
correlations throughout, possibly being unrealistic in certain 
transient situations. (ERA citations 08:026245).. .Software De- 
scription: IBM360,370,303x; FORTRAN IV (90%) and BAL 
(10%); OS/360; 240K bytes plus one magnetic tape. 

KEELE; Linearly-Constrained Optimization. 

G. W. Westley. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

556 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048556 Price code: CP T09 

KEELE is a linearly constrained nonlinear programming algo- 
rithm for locating a local minimum of a function of n variables 
with the variables subject to linear equality and/or inequality 
constraints. Array dimensions limit the number of variables to 
20 and the number of constraints to 50. These can be 
changed by the user. (ERA citation 08:028650). ..Software De- 
scription: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 31 K bytes. 

SHLOG; Data Management, Editing, and Analysis. 

H. Bohl, Jr. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-557-R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048557 Price code: CP T1 4 

SHLOG provides general-purpose data manipulation functions 
for data analysis. These functions include creating, maintain- 
ing, and storing files, displaying the contents of a file via 
either the line printer or an on-line plotter, searching for data 
points by comparing values with specified criteria, and per- 
forming certain statistical operations on the data points. (ERA 
citation 08:028777)...Software Description: CDC6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV and COMPASS; SCOPE 3.1; 100,000 (octal) central 
memory, input/output via magnetic tape or disk, MAP output 
on line printer or microfilm device, graphs on microfilm device. 

TASK; One-Dimensional Multigroup Reactor Kinetics 
Program. 

A. R. Buhl, O. W. Hermann, R. J. Hinton, H. L. Dodds, Jr., and 
J. C. Robinson. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
558 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048558 Price code: CP T1 2 

TASK solves the one-dimensional multigroup form of the re- 
actor kinetics equations, using either transport or diffusion 
theory and allowing an arbitrary number of delayed neutron 
groups. The program can also be used to solve standard 
static problems efficiently such as eigenvalue problems, dis- 
tributed source problems, and boundary source problems. 
Convergence problems associated with sources in highly mul- 
tiplicative media are circumvented, and such problems are 
readily calculable. The principal restrictions are available stor- 
age and computation time. Since the code is flexibly-dimen- 
sioned and has an outer iteration option there are no internal 
restrictions on group structure, quadrature, and number of or- 
dinates. The flexible-dimensioning scheme allows optional 



use of core storage. (ERA citation 08:0261 37). ..Software De- 
scription: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; TASK requires 
154K bytes of storage plus data block storage and 1 tape if 
using the flux tape option. 

SOFIRE2 1- and 2-CELL; Sodium Pool Fire 1- and 2-Cell 
Analysis. 

M. Silberberg. 

Atomics International Div., Canoga Park, CA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-559 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048559 Price code: CP T09 

SOFIRE2 ONE CELL, calculates the consequences of a 
sodium pool fire in a closed vault. Gas pressure in the vault is 
calculated from the gas density and temperature. SOFIRE2 
TWO CELL, calculates the consequences of a sodium pool 
fire in a vault connected to a containment structure through a 
restricted opening. Cold gas flows from the containment to 
the vault due to mass differences while hot gas flows from 
the vault to the containment to equilibrate pressures. Pres- 
sure in the containment is calculated from the gas density 
and temperature. In both programs the sodium burning rate is 
governed by the rate of oxygen diffusion to the sodium sur- 
face. The ONE CELL program has a total of 12 nodes avail- 
able for system components, while the TWO CELL program 
has a total of 16 nodes. (ERA citation 08:026246)...Software 
Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 134K bytes 
(ONE CELL program), 148K bytes (TWO CELL program). 

HYMAS; Hydrodynamic Mass Matrix Generation. 

G. R. Sharp, and W. A. Wenzel: 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-560-R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048560 Price code: CP T09 

HYMAS generates the hydrodynamic mass matrix per unit 
depth associated with a multi-mass system immersed in a 
liquid environment. It is assumed that the liquid environment 
may be represented by a series of flow-channels and nodes. 
Flow-channels are introduced in the region between surfaces 
of neighboring solids, and nodes are used to connect two or 
more flow-channels. Also, it is assumed that the solid bodies 
undergo unidirectional motion, that potential flow theory is ap- 
plicable, that the width of a flow-channel is small compared 
with the length so there is no pressure drop across the flow- 
channel, and that nodal volume is small compared with flow- 
channel volume. The number of subdivisions in a flow-chan- 
nel is limited to 50. (ERA citation 08:027473). ..Software De- 
scription: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV and COMPASS; SCOPE 
3.1.5; 30000 (octal) of fast memory, plus extended core stor- 
age. 

TOKMINA;TOKMINA2; Tokamak Fusion Reactor Study. 

A. J. Hatch. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-561 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048561 Price code: CP T03 

TOKMINA finds the minimum magnetic field, Bm, required at 
the toroidal coil of a Tokamak type fusion reactor when the 



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57 



input is beta(ratio of plasma pressure to magnetic pressure), 
q(Kruskal-Shafranov plasma stability factor), and y(ratio of 
plasma radius to vacuum wall radius: rp/rw) and arrays of 
PT(total thermal power from both d-t and tritium breeding re- 
actions), Pw(wall loading or power flux) and TB(thickness of 
blanket), following the method of Golovin, et al. TOKMINA2 
finds the total power, PT, of such a fusion reactor, given a 
specified magnetic field, Bm, at the toroidal coil. Input arrays 
presently are dimensioned at 20. This restriction can be over- 
come by changing a dimension card. (ERA citation 08; 
028574)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/ 
360; 160K bytes of core. 

AMDLIBAE; Argonne Subroutine Library Categories A-E. 

J. Y. Wang. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-562 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048562 Price code: CP T1 5 

AMDLIBAE is a subset of the IBM 360 Subroutine Library at 
the Applied Mathematics Division at Argonne National Labo- 
ratory. This subset includes library categories A-E. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:028651 )...Software description: IBM360; Assembly lan- 
guage, FORTRAN IV, and PL/T. 

AMDLIBF; Argonne Subroutine Library Category F. 

J. Y. Wang. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-563 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048563 Price code: CP T1 1 

AMDLIBF is a subset of the IBM 360 Subroutine Library at 
the Applied Mathematics Division at Argonne. This subset in- 
cludes library category F: IDENTIFICATION DESCRIPTION 
F152S F SYMINV Invert sym. matrices, solve lin. systems 
F154S A DOTP Double plus precision accum. inner prod. 
F156S F RAYCOR Rayleigh corrections for eigenvalues 
F161S F XTRADP A fast extended precision inner product 
F162S A XTRADP Inner product of two DP real vectors 
F202S F1 EIGEN Eigensystem for real symmetric matrix 
F203S F Driver for F202S F248S F RITZIT Largest eigenval. 
and vec. real sym. matrix F261S F EIGINV Inverse eigenvalue 
problem F313S F CQZHES Reduce cmplx matrices to upper 
Hess and tri F314S F CQZVAL Reduce complex matrix to 
upper Hess, form F315S F CQZVEC Eigenvectors of cmplx 
upper triang. syst. F316S F CGG Driver for complex general 
eigenproblem F402S F MATINV Matrix inversion and sol. of 
linear eqns. F403S F Driver for F402S F452S F 
CHOLLU.CHOLEQ Sym. decomp. of pos. def. band matrices 
F453S F MATINC Inversion of complex matrices F454S F 
CROUT Solution of simultaneous linear equations F455S F 
CROUTC Sol. of simultaneous complex linear eqns. F456S 
F1 DIAG Integer preserving Gaussian elimination. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:028652).. .Software Description: IBM360/75; Assembly 
language and FORTRAN IV each indicated by A or F in the 
identification given in the DESCRIPTION. 

AMDLIBGZ; Argonne Subroutine Library Categories G-Z. 

J. Y. Wang. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-564 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 



prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048564 Price code: CP T1 1 

AMDLIBGZ is a subset of the IBM 360 Subroutine Library at 
the Applied Mathematics Division at Argonne National Labo- 
ratory. This subset includes library categories G-Z: IDENTIFI- 
CATION DESCRIPTION G552S F RANF Random number 
generator J952S F YOLYPLOT CalComp plots J955S P 
GRAF Prints a graph of points on line printer K250S A1 Core 
to core conversion K251S A HEXINP Hexadecimal input for 
PL/I programs K252S A HEXOUT Hexadecimal output conv. 
PL/I programs M101S F SORT Algebraic sort M150S F 
CSORT Algebraic sort M151S P2 ANLKWIC KWIC sort 
M250S A SMALLIST Squeezes assembler listing to 8 x 11 
N251S A ABEND Calls ABEND dump Q052S A CLOCK Time 
Q053S A COPYAGO Copy load module from tape to disk 
Q054S A DATE Current date in form MM/DD/YY Q055S A 
TIME Time (24 hour clock) in EBCDIC HH.MM.SS Z013S F 
Variable metric minimization Z057S A LOCF Locate machine 
addresses of variables Z071S A ALLOC Allocate LCS for 
FORTRAN programs Z074S A ANLMNP Exponent and man- 
tissa manipulative functs. (ERA citation 08:028653).. .Software 
Description: IBM360/75; Assembly language, FORTRAN IV, 
and PL/ 1 each indicated by A, F or P in the identification 
given in the description above. 

INCITE; Thermal Spectra and Multi-Group Constants. 

R. L. Curtis, and R. A. Grimesey. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-565 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048565 Price code: CP T1 7 

INCITE generates energy-dependent thermal neutron spectra 
and appropriate average multigroup cross sections using arbi- 
trary scattering kernels. The physical model is a homogene- 
ous, critical, one-dimensional base slab core. A maximum of 
101 fine energy points and 50 broad groups is permitted. A 
library tape containing the appropriate absorption and scatter- 
ing cross sections at these energy points is required. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:0261 38)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/360; Approximately 300K bytes of core memory, one 
cross section library tape, and three I/O scratch units are re- 
quired for execution. 

RESPOND; Dissimilar Media TLD Correction Calculations. 

R. J. Tuttle. 

Atomics International Div., Canoga Park, CA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-566 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048566 Price code: CP T03 

RESPOND calculates the relative energy absorption of a 
small region of one material in a large body of another materi- 
al exposed to gamma- or x-radiation. The energy division is 
into 100 equal intervals. Only 2 regions may be specified. 
(ERA citation 08:027227)...Software Description: IBM360.370; 
FORTRAN IV (H); OS/360; 84K memory. 

3DB; Three-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion Burnup 
Andlvsis 

R. W. Hardie, W. W. Little, Jr., and W. Mroz. 



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COMPUTERS, CONTROL & INFORMATION THEORY 



Hanford Engineering Development Lab., Richland, WA. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-567 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048567 Price code: CP T1 1 

3DB is a three-dimensional (x-y-z, r-theta-z, triangular-z) multi- 
group diffusion code for use in detailed fast-reactor criticality 
and burnup analysis. The code can be used to - (a) compute 
keff and perform criticality searches on time absorption, reac- 
tor composition, and reactor dimensions by means of either a 
flux or an adjoint model, (b) compute material burnup using a 
flexible material shuffling scheme, and (c) compute flux distri- 
butions for an arbitrary extraneous source. Since variable di- 
mensioning is employed, no simple bounds can be stated. 
(ERA citation 08:0261 39)...Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108;IBM360; FORTRAN IV; EXEC8 (UNIVAC1108), 
OS/360 (IBM360); 65K word memory and 11 peripheral stor- 
age devices (UNIVAC1108). 500K bytes and same number of 
mass storage units. 

BEHAVE2; Oxide Fuel Performance Finite-Element. 

S. Oldberg, Jr. 

General Electric Co., Sunnyvale, CA. Breeder Reactor Dept. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-568-R U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048568 Price code: CP T1 2 

BEHAVE2 calculates the position in space of cladding, fuel, 
and voidage in an operating oxide fuel pin with unfailed clad- 
ding. Axial symmetry is assumed throughout the program. 
Also calculated are stress, strain, displacement, and tempera- 
ture fields. Influential processes simulated include cracking of 
fuel, dilatation of fuel and cladding due to irradiation effects 
and thermal expansion, fuel densification by both stress- and 
diffusion-controlled processes, axial slippage or locking at the 
fuel-cladding interface and axial flow of fuel. Maxima of clad- 
ding divided radially into 10 rings, outer (structural) fuel zone 
divided radially into 10 rings, middle (nontransport) fuel region 
divided radially into 10 rings, inner (transport) fuel region di- 
vided into 10 rings, fuel and cladding divided axially into 5 
sections. (ERA citation 08:0261 97). ..Software Description: 
GE635; FORTRAN IV; GECOS III, SAL-3; 41 K fast memory. 

VIEWPIN; View Factor Calculations for Cylindrical Pins. 

G. L Singer. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-569 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048569 Price code: CP T09 

The program calculates view factors for cylindrical pins when- 
ever the problem can be represented two-dimensionally. The 
length of the cylindrical pins of the physical problem must be 
much greater than the diameter of any of the pins. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:0261 98).. .Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/360; 50K bytes. 

STRIPE;M0650; Fuel Rod Clad Strain and Pellet Cracking. 

W. J. O'Donnell, W. G. Clarke, and W. R. Campbell. 
O'Donnell and Associates, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-570-R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 



documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048570 Price code: CP T09 

STRIPE examines the deformations imposed on the cladding 
of cylindrical fuel elements due to differential thermal expan- 
sions during abrupt power increases. The title is taken from 
stresses and cracking in pellets. The calculational model in- 
cludes effects of pellet cracking, the constraint of system 
pressure and cladding, compressive plastic flow in the fuel 
and the temperature dependence of material properties. 
Maxima of 100 radial sections in the fuel for the computing 
grid; 50 radial sections in the clad for the computing grid. 
Elastic-perfectly plastic properties are used for both the pellet 
and clad. (ERA citation 08:0261 99). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.1; 45,000 octal locations 
of central memory. 

CHECK3;RIGEL3 ENDF/B V3 Data Processing Codes. 

O. Ozer, and E. M. Pennington. 
Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-571 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048571 Price code: CP T12 

These programs are used to process ENDF/B Version III 
data. In addition, the CDC6600 programs will process ENDF/ 
B Version IV data. CHECK3 checks that the ENDF/B tapes 
are in proper format and all fields are within specified limits, 
rather than the physics of the data library. Angular distribu- 
tions reconstructed from Legendre coefficients are every- 
where positive. RIGEL3 will perform any or all of the following 
operations - selectively retrieve ENDF/B data on from 1 to 9 
ENDF/B tapes, merge retrieved ENDF/B data onto from 1 to 
8 ENDF/B result tapes, change tape arrangement (from 
standard to alternate or vice-versa) and change tape mode. In 
CHECK3 correct structure of the data tape is assumed and 
minor anomalies are noted. Common and major irregularities 
cause termination of execution accompanied by a core dump. 
(ERA citation 08:0261 40). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600;IBM360; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE (CDC6600), OS/ 
360 (IBM360); 2 scratch devices for CHECK3. 

TWOTRAN-PNVW; Two-Dimensional Particle Transport X- 
Y R-Z R-theta. 

K. D. Lathrop, and F. W. Brinkley. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-573 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048573 Price code: CP T12 

TWOTRAN-PNVW solves two-dimensional particle transport 
problems for x-y, r-z, and r-theta geometries. Both direct and 
adjoint, homogeneous (keff or parametric eigenvalue 
searches) or inhomogeneous time-independent problems are 
solved subject to vacuum, reflective, periodic or input specifi- 
cation of boundary flux conditions. Both anisotropic inhomo- 
geneous problems and general anisotropic scattering prob- 
lems are treated. The variable-dimensioning capability of 
FORTRAN IV is used so that any combination of problem pa- 
rameters leading to a common vector length less than 
MAXLEN can be used. MAXLEN is slightly greater than 
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within-group problem data are stored in fast memory. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:0261 41 )...Software Description: CDC6600.7600; 
FORTRAN IV; CROS; 5 output units (disk, drums or tapes) in 
addition to 2 system input/output units, a CDC Extended Core 
Storage unit or a large bulk memory (disk, drums or tapes can 
be substituted for this requirement). 

MACS LATTICE VIBRATION CODES; MACS Lattice 
Vibration Neutron Scattering Codes. 

H. L McMurry, W. J. Suitt, T. G. Worlton, and R. M. Martin. 
EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-574 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048574 Price code: CP T13 

This package of seven related codes is basically aimed at 
giving maximum capability for calculating slow-neutron scat- 
tering by moderators. MACS-C computes crystal vibrations 
when the potential energy is a sum of parts arising from 
short-range forces and long-range Coulomb interactions. It 
also obtains Jacobian matrices for determining adjustments in 
force constants and ionic charge which can lead to improved 
agreement with data. Structure factors for neutron inelastic 
scattering can also be calculated. MACS-J computes the dy- 
namical matrix for the harmonic oscillations of a crystal, its ei- 
genvalues and eigenvectors, the corresponding structure fac- 
tors for coherent single-phonon scattering of neutrons, and 
Jacobian matrices for use in adjusting force constants to fit 
calculated to observed dispersion curves. REVISED-D calcu- 
lates valance coordinates in terms of mass adjusted atom dis- 
placements, together with coordinates which define rigid 
group rotations. REVISED-MVFC constructs force constant 
matrices for use in valance force potential functions which are 
used in other programs dealing with molecular and crystal vi- 
brations. ADJUSTER is a force adjuster program to obtain a 
least squares fit to observed frequencies of molecules and 
crystals. DIPOLE-SUM calculates dipole sums for an arbitrary 
crystal. MODEL-PI calculates crystal vibrations when the po- 
tential energy is a sum of short-range and long- or intermedi- 
ate-range terms in the dipole coordinate approximation. It 
also obtains Jacobian matrices for use in adjusting input pa- 
rameters. For all codes which produce eigenvectors, nearly 
equal eigenvalues can be encountered, in which case the 
basis vectors for the corresponding vector subspace are not 
uniquely determined. In MACS-C, the largest Jacobian matrix 
which can be computed is 40 x 1 5. The largest force constant 
vector applied is of dimension 15. (ERA citation 
08:0261 42)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360; 650K bytes of core are required for each of the pro- 
grams. 

MSCAT; Slow Neutron Multiple Scattering Calculations. 

J. R. D. Copley. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-575 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048575 Price code: CP T12 

In a thermal neutron scattering experiment, the measured 
cross section includes both single and multiple scattering 
events. In order to extract the single scattering cross section, 
the cross section for multiple scattering must be known. 
Since this contribution is generally a smoother function of 
angle and scattered energy than the single scattering, it is 



less sensitive to details of the single scattering cross sec- 
tions. It is, therefore, feasible to calculate the multiple scatter- 
ing using an approximate scattering function and to subtract it 
from the measurements in order to obtain the single scatter- 
ing. MSCAT calculates the single and multiple scattering 
cross sections for a specified experimental situation, given a 
single scattering function as input. Apart from space and time 
limitations, the program is limited to three target geometries 
and to no more than 8 scattering angles. These and other 
less significant restrictions may be removed by suitably modi- 
fying the program. The sample and the sample container 
must be isotropic materials. (ERA citation 08:0261 43). ..Soft- 
ware Description: IBM360,370,303x; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 
Normal I/O devices plus disk storage of up to 3 files written 
by the program and a main storage requirement of 51,000 
words. 

GEM; Analysis of Nuclear Fuel Cycle Economics. 

J. A. Hughes, and D. F. Hang. 

Illinois Univ. at Urbana-Champaign. Nuclear Engineering Lab. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-576 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048576 Price code: CP T12 

GEM is used to predict fuel cycle costs for any type nuclear 
system (i.e., BWR, HTGR, PWR, LMFBR, GCFR, . . . ). The 
current version is limited to thermal reactors. GEM is de- 
signed for production use by large utilities which have several 
reactor types on their system. GEM has been written so as to 
accommodate all major fuel management activities undertak- 
en by a utility - (1) fuel bid analysis, (2) evaluation of actual 
day to day operation, and (3) system simulation and optimiza- 
tion studies. Dimensions of all arrays are carried as variables 
throughout the analysis. The maximum size of each array is 
set by the user in program MAIN. Current values are set so 
that maxima are - 50 batches per case study 20 year batch 
life 30 year case study 120 batch burn time-steps 20 individ- 
ual payments (sales) associated with each cost component. 
(ERA citation 08:0261 21).. .Software Description: IBM360; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 274K bytes (202K with overlay struc- 
ture) and one non-system disk. 

FFEARS; Laplace Equation Isotropic Dielectrics. 

J. E. Boers, and H. E. Edwards. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-577 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048577 Price code: CP T09 

FFEARS is generally applicable for the solution of boundary 
value problems involving the Laplace equation using differ- 
ence equations in axisymmetric or rectangular coordinates. It 
will handle virtually any configuration of dielectrics and float- 
ing electrodes, producing both equipotential and equifield 
plots, if desired. The program treats any rectangular or axi- 
symmetric configuration of dielectrics and small floating elec- 
trodes that can be described by a matrix of up to 201 x 201 
points. All electrode and dielectic surfaces must lie on matrix 
points. (ERA citation 08:028654). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600,7600; IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.3 
(CDC6600), SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), OS/360 (IBM360), OS/ 
370 (IBM370); The CDC6600 version requires 122,000 (octal) 
words of memory, 12 files on disk storage, and a SC-4020 



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plotter. The IBM360 version requires 350K bytes to compile, 
288K bytes to execute, 11 files on disk storage, and a Cal- 
Comp plotter. 

PLOTR; Two-Dimensional Contour Plots and Area 
Calculation. 

S. M. Davenport. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-578-R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048578 Price code: CP T09 

PLOTR and the auxiliary routine XYGRD contour a function 
defined over a two-dimensional grid and compute the area 
within the contours. The maximum allowable range between 
minimum and maximum angles is 180 degrees. (ERA citation 
08:027346).. .Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV. 

DWARF; One-Dimensional Few-Group Diffusion Depletion 
Program. 

E. C. Anderson, and G. E. Putnam. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-579 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048579 Price code: CP T14 

DWARF allows one-dimensional simulation of reactor burnup 
and xenon oscillation problems in slab, cylindrical, or spheri- 
cal geometry using a few-group diffusion theory model. 
Maxima of 4 groups 40 regions 50 macroscopic materials* 50 
nuclides per region 250 mesh points * Only 10 are functions 
of the feedback variables. (ERA citation 08:0261 44).. .Soft- 
ware Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV (H); OS/360; 330K 
bytes of core storage plus 8 FORTRAN logical units, including 
units for card input, printed output, and plotted output. 

ASTEM; Thermodynamic Properties Water and Steam. 

K. V. Moore, M. P. Burgess, G. L. Fuller, A. H. Kaiser, and D. 
L. Jaeger. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-580 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048580 Price code: CP T09 

ASTEM is a modular set of FORTRAN IV subroutines to 
evaluate the Gibbs, Helmholtz, and saturation line functions 
as published by the American Society of Mechanical Engi- 
neers (1967). Any thermodynamic quantity including derivative 
properties can be obtained from these routines by a user-sup- 
plied main program. PROPS is an auxiliary routine available 
for the IBM360 version which makes it easier to apply the 
ASTEM routines to power station models. Unless redimen- 
sioned highest derivative is order 9. One-dimensional arrays 
save storage area. (ERA citation 08:0261 45). ..Software De- 
scription: IBM360,370/195;CDC6600,7600; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360,370 (IBM360.370), SCOPE (CDC6600.7600); 68K 
bytes (IBM370/195), 21,000 (octal) words (CDC6600.7600). 
When using PROPS, 90K bytes of memory is required on the 
IBM system. 

SLADE-D; Dynamic Analysis of Thin Shells. 



S. W. Key, and Z. E. Beisinger. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-581 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048581 Price code: CP T1 1 

SLADE-D analyzes the transient dynamic response of elastic 
shells. Maxima of 650 elements 700 nodal points. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:028655)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN 
IV; SCOPE 3.2; 79,000 (decimal) words of core, extended 
core storage, and mass storage disk files. 

MONA; One-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion in Slab, 
Cylindrical, and Spherical Geometry. 

G. E. Putnam. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-582 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048582 Price code: CP T14 

MONA solves the multigroup, one-dimensional neutron diffu- 
sion equations in slab, cylindrical, or spherical geometry for 
either the direct or adjoint flux. Boundary sources and spatial- 
ly dependent volume sources can be group dependent. Multi- 
ple thermal groups are allowed. Maxima of 50 groups 50 re- 
gions 20 macroscopic materials 999 library materials 500 
mesh points. (ERA citation 08:0261 46). ..Software Description: 
IBM360; FORTRAN IV (H); OS/360; 300K bytes of core stor- 
age, 5 FORTRAN logical units for program-required data sets, 
3 FORTRAN logical units for card input, printed output, and 
punched card output. 

STEFEG; Analysis of PWR and BWR Gaseous Release. 

F. T. Binford, T. P. Hamrick, G. W. Parker, and T. H. Row. 
Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
583 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048583 Price code: CP T09 

STEFEG calculates gaseous source terms. It computes the 
gaseous releases through various paths from boiling water re- 
actors and/or pressurized water reactors. 20 isotopes, and 6 
reports each for pressurized water reactor and boiling water 
reactor. (ERA citation 08:026222). ..Software Description: 
IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360. 

FPFM; Steady-State Fission Product Fuel Model. 

V. F. Baston. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-584 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048584 Price code: CP T09 

FPFM is used in radiological safety analyses of line reactors 
(BWR's and PWR's only) to calculate: (1) maximum noble gas 
release to the fuel cladding gap for total core during steady- 
state operation, (2) noble gas released to the reactor primary 
system for selected pin perforations, and (3) internal pin pres- 
sure (optional). FPFM applies only to water-cooled reactors. 
(ERA citation 08:026223)...Software Description: IBM360; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 70K storage single-precision. 



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TRIAL; Three-Dimensional Reaction Rates from Two- 
Dimensional Flux Sets. 

C. L. Cowan. 

General Electric Co., Sunnyvale, CA. Breeder Reactor Dept. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-585 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048585 Price code: CP T09 

TRIAL carries out a simple linking of several two-dimensional, 
multigroup neutron (direct or adjoint) flux sets to give a three- 
dimensional representation. A maximum of 25 two-dimension- 
al flux sets may be input to TRIAL. Otherwise, variable-dimen- 
sioned arrays are used exclusively within the program and 
problem size limitations will be dictated by the amount of 
available computer memory. (ERA citation 08:026065). ..Soft- 
ware Description: Honeywell6000; FORTRAN IV; GCOS6000; 
32K memory, a minimum of 4 logical units for the peripheral 
storage of input, working, and output flux sets, plus an addi- 
tional logical unit for each additional input (x,y) flux set great- 
er than one. 



Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
588 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048588 Price code: CP T1 1 

ORCOST2 estimates the cost of electrical energy production 
from single-unit steam-electric power plants. Capital costs 
and operating and maintenance costs are calculated using 
base cost models which are included in the program for each 
of the following types of plants: PWR, BWR, HTGR, coal, oil, 
and gas. The user may select one of seven input/output op- 
tions for calculation of capital cost, operating and mainte- 
nance cost, levelized energy costs, fixed charge rate, annual 
cash flows, cumulative cash flows, and cumulative discounted 
cash flows. Options include the input of capital cost and/or 
fixed charge rate to override the normal calculations. Trans- 
mission and distribution costs are not included. Fuel costs 
must be input by the user. The capital cost models are of 
doubtful validity outside the 500 to 1500 MW(e) range. (ERA 
citation 08:02601 0)...Software Description: IBM360; FOR- 
TRAN IV and Assembly language; OS/360; 90K bytes. 



PLENUM; Flow Distribution in Cylindrical Coolant Inlet 
Plenum. 

S. D. Harris. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SC. Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-586 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048586 Price code: CP T09 

Bulk flow distribution in a cylindrical reactor coolant inlet 
plenum is calculated using potential flow theory. The code is 
dimensioned for 8000 mesh points in an (r.theta.z) array. Di- 
mensions can be expanded at the expense of run time and 
core size. (ERA citation 08:0261 47). ..Software Description: 
IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 240K bytes of storage and 
an on-line punch and printer. 

AEC-ALO FAU; Radio Frequency Management System. 

J. H. Grayson, G. S. Hearron, and G. Kojima. 
Department of Energy, Albuquerque, NM. Albuquerque 
Operations Office. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-587 U.S. 
Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048587 Price code: CP T09 

The AEC-ALO Radio Frequency Assignments and Uses pro- 
gram (FAU) provides for maintaining radio frequency assign- 
ment and transaction records. It lists all radio frequency as- 
signments and uses from initial application (AEC-310) through 
authorizations (IRAC docket). The program allows for sorting 
by office, system number, location, frequency, expiration date, 
ALO or AEC serial number, and IRAC docket number. (ERA 
citation 08:028642)...Software Description: IBM360/50; 
COBOL; OS/360; This system requires disk-sort of input data 
and the master tape records. Peripheral equipment required is 
card reader, line printer (132 character/line), and two magnet- 
ic tape units. 

ORCOST2; Power Plant Capital Cost Estimating. 

L. C. Fuller, and M. L. Myers. 



INTEG;INSPEC; Markov Simulation of Reactor Operations. 

L. M. Arnett. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SC. Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-590 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048590 Price code: CP T03 

These programs analyze the characteristics of a general 
model developed to represent the safety aspects of an oper- 
ating nuclear reactor. These characteristics are the frequen- 
cies of incidents that are departures from the expected be- 
havior of the reactor. Each incident is assumed to be preced- 
ed by a sequence of events starting at some initiating event. 
At each member in this sequence there may be functions 
such as safety circuits, and personnel operations that stop 
the sequence at that member. When mechanical devices fail 
they are assumed to remain inoperative until repaired. The 
model accounts for scheduled inspection and maintenance of 
all equipment in the system. INSPEC is limited to subsystems 
with no more than 7 safety circuits. The transition matrix can 
be made up as desired so that any intercorrelations between 
failures of circuits can be accommodated. In INTEG, failure 
rates of safety circuits are restricted to independence. (ERA 
citation 08:026247)...Software Description: IBM360; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/360. 

PLETHS; Isopleth-Area Calculations from Single Source. 

R. F. King. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-591 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048591 Price code: CP T03 

PLETHS is a time-sharing isopleth-area program for determin- 
ing ground-level areas of high pollutant concentration down- 
wind of a single source of emission. These elliptical areas are 
enclosed by isopleths of constant concentration produced by 
continuous pollutant emissions from one smoke stack or 
ground source, or from a closely associated group of single 



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sources. Stack height, weather conditions, and source emis- 
sion rate are typed in and the program calculates and de- 
scribes the high pollution areas enclosed by isopleths. Calcu- 
lations can be performed for any (nonreacting) gas or particu- 
late matter. The resulting concentrations and isopleths are in 
parts per million (for gases of given molecular weight) or in 
micrograms per cubic meter (for any pollutant). (ERA citation 
08:027347)...Software Description: GE400 Time-Sharing; GE- 
400 Time Sharing FORTRAN; GSA Time-Sharing System; 
Code lengths are: source, about 22,500 bytes, object, about 
13,000 bytes, 3-bytes per 24-bit word. 

SPEAKEASY MU + Level; Language Processor Tso or 
Batch. 

S. Cohen. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-593 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048593 Price code: CP T99 

SPEAKEASY is a user-oriented language. It is intended to 
provide its users with the means of quickly formulating prob- 
lems for computer processing and for obtaining answers to 
those problems in a minimum of time. (ERA citation 
08:028657)...Software Description: IBM360,370,3033; FOR- 
TRAN IV (95%) and Assembler (5%); OS/360; A minimum of 
130K of memory is needed for the MU090 processor, 190K 
for the MU150 processor, and 300K for the MU260 processor 
for the MU+ Level of SPEAKEASY. 

ARC-XSEC1; Microscopic Cross Section Manipulation. 

E. A. Kovalsky, J. Zapatka, H. Henryson, II, J. Hoover, and P. 
M. Walker. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-594 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if vou have questions. 
DE83048594 Price code: CP T1 3 

ARC-XSEC1 provides the capability of manipulating multi- 
group microscopic cross section data in the XS.ISO format to 
affect modifications of the isotopic cross section components, 
to collapse the energy group structure to fewer groups, and to 
homogenize mixtures into material and composition level data 
for use by the neutronics modules of the Argonne Reactor 
Computation (ARC) System. (ERA citation 08:0261 48). ..Soft- 
ware Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 300K 
bytes with a 1 0,000 doubleword container (default) and 2 pe- 
ripheral I/O devices. 

MAPPER-GEPI; Predicting Equipment Requirements. 

R. J. Di Prima. 

General Electric Co., St. Petersburg, FL Neutron Devices 

Dept. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-595 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048595 Price code: CP T03 

MAPPER is a computer program for predicting equipment re- 
quirements. It was designed as an aid to management and 
can interpret component production requirements backward 
from shipping schedules to the process of interest, calculate 
equipment capacity, display six months prior equipment utili- 



zation and process yield data. (ERA citation 
08:028644).. .Software Description: GE MARK III Time-Shar- 
ing; BASIC; GE MARK III Time-Sharing operation. 

ENDFB2;GAND2;GFE2; ENDF/B to GAFGAR Cross 
Sections. 

D. R. Mathews, and R. J. Archibald. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-596 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048596 Price code: CP T1 4 

ENDFB2 converts ENDF/B cross section data from a card- 
image to a binary tape for use by the GAND2 and/or GFE2 
codes. GAND2 prepares the cross sections needed for de- 
tailed computations of neutron energy spectra in reactors 
from a file of basic nuclear data in the ENDF/B Version II or 
III formats (also retains the ENDF/B Version I capability of 
GAND). GFE2 prepares 1/E or fission-spectrum weighted, 
zero temperature, infinite dilution group-averaged cross sec- 
tions and scattering transfer arrays for use in the fast sec- 
tions of the GGC and MICROX codes from a file of basic nu- 
clear data in the ENDF/B Version II or III formats (the ENDF/ 
B Version I format capability of the original GFE code is also 
retained). (ERA citation 08:0261 49). ..Software Description: 
UNIVAC1108; FORTRAN V; EXEC8; 11,000 words for 
ENDFB2 program and data and a maximum of 4 magnetic 
tape units, 65K word available fast memory and 4 to 8 mag- 
netic tape units plus 5 scratch files totaling about 131 OK 
words in capacity for GAND2, 65K word available fast 
memory and 2 magnetic tape units plus 7 scratch files total- 
ing about 131 OK words in capacity for GFE2. 

MATUS;MESH3D;APACHE; Three-Dimensional Finite- 
Element Elastic Analysis. 

D. N. Hutula, B. E. Wiancko, and C. A. Crook. 
Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-597R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048597 Price code: CP T1 6 

The MATUS,MESH3D,APACHE set of programs performs 
small-strain elastic analysis of three-dimensional solids. The 
CDC version consists of the three programs. Only MESH3D, 
the mesh generator, is available in an IBM version. Problems 
with up to about 3200 nodes can be solved (with a central 
memory field length of 170,000 octal). Large bandwidths can 
cause overflow of data from extended core storage to lower 
speed disk storage which can greatly increase the running 
time of a problem. (ERA citation 08:028658)...Software De- 
scription: CDC6600.7600; IBM370; FORTRAN IV and COM- 
PASS (CDC6600.7600), FORTRAN IV (IBM370); A description 
of the software environment and the hardware usage as- 
sumed by the program is contained in reference 4. In particu- 
lar, the program is designed to run under the SCOPE 3.1.5 
operating system on the CDC6600 and under SCOPE 1.1 op- 
erating system on the CDC7600. The IBM version of 
MESH3D runs under OS/360 or OS/370; The program was 
written for a CDC6600 or a CDC7600 with a central memory 
size of 64K and an extended core size of 51 2K. The actual 
amount of central memory and extended core used by the 
program depends on the problem size. The program requires 
a card reader, a line printer, a system disk, and 2 scratch 
disks. Also, a driver that allows writing-in-place is required for 



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the 2 scratch disks. MESH3D requires approximately 445K 
bytes for execution on an IBM370/195. 

PELEN; Fuel Pellet Temperature and Deformation. 

R. B. Stout, E. Duncombe, and J. K. Fischer. 
Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-598R U S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048598 Price code: CP T1 2 

PELEN solves a two-dimensional, axisymmetrical model of a 
fuel pellet and clad element for the temperature, stress, and 
deformation throughout a time history. In a general time incre- 
ment, the computational sequence is - (1) a heat conduction 
analysis of both fuel and clad to determine the current tem- 
perature field which is dependent on the power rate, the ma- 
terial properties, and the geometrical configuration, (2) an in- 
cremental stress analysis of both fuel and clad to determine 
the current stress and deformation fields which are depend- 
ent on the inelastic strain increments (temperature, creep, 
volume expansion, etc.), the material properties, and the geo- 
metrical configuration, and (3) a contact analysis of both fuel 
and clad to determine the corrected current stress and defor- 
mation fields which are dependent on the extent of contact 
between adjacent fuel pellets and/or the fuel and clad. 
Maxima of 25 history intervals as input, where each interval 
can have an arbitrary number of subdivisions 200 finite ele- 
ments. (ERA citation 08:026200).. .Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 140,000 octal words of core stor- 
age, a printer, and extended core storage units. 

TOPLYR2; Power Plant Thermal Discharge Study. 

D. C. Kolesar, and J. C. Sonnichsen. 
Hanford Engineering Development Lab., Richland, WA. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-599 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048599 Price code: CP T1 1 

TOPLYR2 applies the first law of thermodynamics to compute 
the temperature of a water mass flowing in an open channel. 
The program is designed to accommodate variable depth, ve- 
locity, and cross section. The source of energy (location of 
the discharge) is assumed to be sufficiently distant from the 
river segment under examination that the momentum associ- 
ated with the discharge is insignificant. Velocity distribution at 
both the inlet and outlet of the reach as well as the tempera- 
ture distribution at the inlet as a function of time and at the 
outlet initially are specified. Eddy diffusivities, ambient meteor- 
ological conditions, and geometry are also supplied to the 
code. Although the lateral eddy diffusivity is allowed to vary 
spatially, the effect of density disparity is not treated explicitly 
by the code. Temporal behavior induced by variations in the 
ambient meteorological and boundary conditions are comput- 
ed. Subscripted variables are dimensioned at compilation time 
using the UNIVAC1108 procedure definition processor. Code 
instructions require relatively little storage. A typical river sim- 
ulation problem with adequate geometric-time mesh involves 
about 10,000 decimal words of storage (instructions, blank 
common and data). (ERA citation 08:027503). ..Software De- 
scription: UNIVAC1108: FORTRAN V; EXEC2 or CSCX. 



Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SC. Savannah 
River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-600 U.S. Sales 
Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 
in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 
recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 
have questions. 
DE83048600 Price code: CP T03 

EGAD calculates gamma dose integrals to a ground level re- 
ceptor, for incremental values of the vertical dispersion pa- 
rameter sigma-z, as a function of gamma energy and spatial 
distribution of the radioactive material. The dose integrals are 
representative of sector averages since the distribution of ma- 
terial is assumed to be Gaussian in the vertical, homogene- 
ous in the horizontal, and bounded between ground level and 
an inversion lid. Calculated dose integrals are independent of 
radioactive decay, transport velocity, downwind distance, and 
sector width. Space attenuation and buildup are taken into 
account. (ERA citation 08:028362).. .Software Description: 
IBM360/195; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 40K bytes of core stor- 
age.- 

ERF;ERFC; Error and Complementary Error Function. 

J. E. Vogel. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-601 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048601 Price code: CP T03 

ERF and ERFC are used to compute values of the error func- 
tion and complementary error function for any real number. 
They may be used to compute other related functions such 
as the normal probability integrals. (ERA citation 
08:028659)...Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE; ERF and ERFC each require about 260 (octal) loca- 
tions. 

LENSDES; Nonlinear Least Squares Lens Design System. 

B. Brixner, and T. C. Doyle. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-602 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048602 Price code: CP T1 1 

LENSDES analyzes the performance of optical lenses by 
computing the image errors found when bundles of skew rays 
are traced from object points to the image surface. Lens per- 
formance is optimized by varying selected lens parameters 
under direction of the nonlinear least squares program, OPTI- 
MIZ. All optical surfaces must be centered. With current di- 
mensioning, the program allows maxima of 90 parameters (30 
of which may be varied) 1440 error components 32 optical 
surfaces 3 colors of light 6 object points (including axial 
point). (ERA citation 08:028660)...Software 

Description:CDC7600,6600; FORTRAN IV; Operable under 
SCOPE 3.1 on the CDC6600 or under SCOPE 2.1 or the 
LASL-developed CROS system on the CDC7600; With cur- 
rent dimensioning, LENSDES requires 55,000 (octal) words of 
memory plus 50,000 (octal) words of extended core storage 
(ECS) on the CDC6600 or large core memory (LCM) on the 
CDC7600. 



EGAD; Calculations of External gamma Dose integrals. 

R. E. Cooper. 



TCB01; Creep-Buckling of Tubes under Pressure. 

W. K. Wilson. 



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Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-604-R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048604 Price code: CP T09 

A tube under external pressure, at elevated temperature, and 
initially out-of-round will creep, becoming more out-of-round 
and eventually will collapse. TCB01 attempts to predict the 
time of collapse. It is assumed that plane sections remain 
plane, the radial stress is zero, the temperature across the 
thickness is constant, the initial out-of-roundness follows a 
cosine law, and the tube is fixed axially. The program ana- 
lyzes a simple tube of a single material. At the present time 
zircaloy is the only material available. (ERA citation 
08:0261 50),..Software Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3.1.5. 

GAUSS5; Analysis of gamma-Ray Spectra Ge(Li). 

R. G. Helmer, and M. H. Putnam. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-605 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048605 Price code: CP T14 

GAUSS5 is used to determine gamma-ray energies and inten- 
sities from spectra obtained with a Ge(Li) detector and a mul- 
tichannel pulse-height analysis system. GAUSS5 will handle 
spectra of up to 4096 channels with up to 300 peaks and 50 
energy calibration lines. (ERA citation 08:027228). ..Software 
Description: IBM360/75; FORTRAN IV; OS/360 MVT; One 9- 
track tape for spectral library and four disks, a printer and 
card punch. 

GAPER 1D; One-Dimensional Transport Perturbation 
Theory. 

P. K. Koch. 

General Atomic Co., San Diego, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-606 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048606 Price code: CP T1 1 

Reactivity coefficients are computed using first-order transport 
perturbation theory for one-dimensional multi-region reactor 
assemblies. The number of spatial mesh-points and energy 
groups is arbitrary. An elementary synthesis scheme is em- 
ployed for treatment of two- and three-dimensional problems. 
The contributions to the change in inverse multiplication 
factor, delta(1/k), from perturbations in the individual capture, 
net fission, total scattering, (n,2n), inelastic scattering, and 
leakage cross sections are computed. A multi-dimensional 
prompt neutron lifetime calculation is also available. The for- 
mulation of the synthesis scheme used for two- and three-di- 
mensional problems assumes that the fluxes and currents 
were computed by the DTF4 code (NESC Abstract 209). 
Therefore, fluxes and currents from two- or three-dimensional 
transport or diffusion theory codes cannot be used. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:0261 51). ..Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FOR- 
TRAN IV; EXEC8; One I/O device for reading input and print- 
ing results and one tape drive to read the code from tape. 
Core storage requirements are variable. 



L. E. West. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-607-R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048607 Price code: CP T17 

The general ability of SPIRAL is building, perhaps gradually, a 
machine-readable encyclopedia of information items that are 
or may become important to a particular project, and then 
later, recalling bits of information as required. The information 
content of a collection can range from cryptic comments (as 
occur in some test and inspection records) to more lengthy 
entries (such as technical abstracts and management briefs) 
as well as full text of documents. Input documents must con- 
tain less than 4096 paragraphs, and paragraphs must contain 
less than 4096 words. For processing efficiency, a given ac- 
cumulation of documents should not exceed approximately 
1000 documents or approximately a million words. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:028778).. .Software Description: UNIVAC1108; FOR- 
TRAN V and Assembly language; EXEC8; UNIVAC1108 FAS- 
TRAND II drum, FH-432 drum, card reader, printer, and tape 
drive. 

TRIPLET; Two-Dimensional Triangular Mesh Transport 
Program. 

T. R. Hill. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-608 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048608 Price code: CP T14 

TRIPLET solves the two-dimensional multigroup transport 
equation in planar geometries using a regular triangular mesh. 
Regular and adjoint, inhomogeneous and homogeneous (keff 
and eigenvalue searches) problems subject to vacuum, reflec- 
tive or source boundary conditions are solved. General aniso- 
tropic scattering is allowed and anisotropic distributed 
sources are permitted. Variable dimensioning is used so that 
any combination of problem parameters leading to a contain- 
er array less than MAXLEN can be accommodated. On CDC 
machines MAXLEN can be about 40,000 words and peripher- 
al storage is used for most group-dependent data. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:028661). ..Software Description: 
CDC7600,6600;IBM360; FORTRAN IV; Six output (scratch) 
units and two system I/O units are required. Use of five inter- 
face units is optional. On the CDC machines a large bulk 
memory is required. 

INDX; X-Ray Diffraction Powder Pattern Indexing. 

R. B. Roof, Jr. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-609 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048609 Price code: CP T09 

INDX provides a means for rapidly defining and testing trial 
unit cells as an aid to indexing powder patterns of crystal 
structures of unknown symmetry. The number of observed q 
values cannot exceed 100. The maximum value of q= 2.0. 
(ERA citation 08:028662)...Software Description: CDC6600; 
FORTRAN IV and COMPASS; SCOPE 3. 



SPIRAL; Full-Text Storage, Search and Retrieval. 



FUNPACK Release 2; Special Function Routines. 



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W. J. Cody, and B. S. Grabow. 

Argonne National Lab., !L. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-610 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048610 Price code: CP T14 

FUNPACK Release 2 is a collection of FORTRAN subroutines 
to evaluate certain special functions. It replaces the 1973 
FUNPACK package. The routines have been certified under 
the NATS project for the IBM 360/370, CDC6400/6600 and 
UNIVAC 1100 series computers.. .Software Description: IBM 
360/370, CDC 6000-7000, UNIVAC 1108/1110; FORTRAN 
IV; IBM OS/360, OS/MVT, CDC NCAR, SCOPE (3.3/3.4), 
UT2D, UNIVAC EXEC8, EXEC31/244E, EXEC MACC31.66. 



EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-613 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048613 Price code: CP T16 

The NRTS ENVIRONMENTAL SUBROUTINES are a collec- 
tion of routines designed to aid the programmer by providing 
extensions to the FORTRAN language, data management 
services, and programming aids. In Edition B of the STH20 
water property package a pressure restriction has been re- 
moved and pressure-enthalpy (STH205) and pressure-internal 
energy (STH206) subroutines are included. (ERA citation 
08:028666). ..Software Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV 
and Assembly language; OS/360,370. 



CHILES; Linear Elastic Singularity Modeling. 

S. E. Benzley, and Z. E. Beisinger. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-611 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE8304861 1 Price code: CP T1 1 

CHILES is a finite element computer program that calculates 
the strength of singularities in linear elastic bodies. Plane 
stress, plane strain, and axisymmetric conditions are treated. 
Crack tip singularity problems are solved by this version of 
the code, but any type of integrable singularity may be prop- 
erly modeled by modifying selected subroutines in the pro- 
gram. CHILES allows three singular points to be modeled in 
the body being analyzed and each singular point may have 
coupled Mode I and II deformations. 1000 nodal points may 
be used. (ERA citation 08:028664). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN (FORTRAN Extended); SCOPE 3.3. 

QMESH;RENUM; Self-Organizing Mesh Generation. 

R. E. Jones, and H. E. Edwards. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-612 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048612 Price code: CP T1 3 

QMESH generates meshes having quadrilateral elements on 
arbitrarily shaped two-dimensional (planar or axisymmetric) 
bodies. The main intended application is in finite element 
analysis. A flexible hierarchal input scheme is used to de- 
scribe bodies to QMESH as collections of regions. A mesh for 
each region is developed independently, with the final assem- 
bly and bandwidth minimization performed by the separate 
program, RENUM. QMESH can process up to 25 regions, 
each having as many as 600 nodes. The maximum number of 
regions may easily be increased with little increase in program 
size, but increasing the maximum number of nodes per region 
is more costly. RENUM can process meshes having up to 
2000 elements. (ERA citation 08:028665). ..Software Descrip- 
tion: CDC6600;IBM360,370/195; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.3 
(CDC6600), OS/360.370 (IBM360.370); 42,000 (decimal) 
words and an SD4020 plotter (CDC6600), 260K bytes and a 
CalComp 936 plotter. 

NRTS ENVIRONMENTAL SUBROUTINES; FORTRAN 
Utilities. 

R. J. Wagner. 



HISTOGRAMS; Quality Control Sample Statistics. 

L A. Elrod, and G. C. Hynes. 

Bendix Corp., Kansas City, MO. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-614 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048614 Price code: CP T09 

HISTOGRAMS provides graphical representation of lot 
sample characteristics in the form of histogram bars. On large 
lot samples, if a histogram bar should exceed fifty units, the 
entire histogram plot is automatically scaled by the smallest 
integer that will cause the largest frequency to fall within the 
maximum plot of fifty units. The number of cells in the histo- 
gram can vary from 3 to 22. The equal intervals are deter- 
mined by the difference of the upper and lower boundaries di- 
vided by the number of cells less two. In addition to the plot, 
the program provides statistical characteristics in the form of: 
the mean, standard deviation, skewness, kurtosis, range, 
number of standard deviations between the mean and the 
two specification limits, and up to nineteen values falling out- 
side the boundary limits. A maximum of 22 cells can be plot- 
ted. (ERA citation 08:028667)...Software Description: 
IBM360.370/195; FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370; 18K bytes for 
program, 27K bytes for load module. 

REXCO-H (Release 2); Two-Dimensional Hydrodynamic 
Response to Excursion. 

Y. W. Chang, J. Gvildys, and S. H. Fistedis. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-615- 

R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can 

be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048615 Price code: CP T1 1 

REXCO-H calculates the two-dimensional hydrodynamic re- 
sponse of primary reactor containment to a high-energy ex- 
cursion. Maxima of 3000 grid zones 1000 cycles if CalComp 
display is required 20 materials 20 sections 10 reactor ves- 
sels 50 points for stress-strain table for reactor material. (ERA 
citation 08:026248)...Software Description: IBM360/195; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/360; 700K bytes of core, two 9-track tape units, 
one 7-track tape unit, IBM 2280 film recorder, CalComp 780 
plotter. 

HAFMAT; System Steady-State Flow Distribution. 

L H. Wunderlich, and D. R. Dolk. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 

tape ANL/NESC-616-R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 



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documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048616 Price code: CP T1 1 

HAFMAT was developed for the calculation of the steady- 
state distribution of flow to all paths of any given flow system 
when the flow geometry and heat addition are specified for 
every flow path and the system boundary conditions are de- 
fined. The system is considered as a network of flow paths or 
pipes. Capacity to treat networks of up to 90 nodes and 200 
branches. Other maximum values are: 20 external branches 
20 external nodes 100 heated branches 40 types of heated 
branches. Basic assumptions employed are that complete 
and instantaneous mixing of fluid occurs at ail nodes and all 
flows which join at a node see the same static pressure at 
that node. (ERA citation 08:027049). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600.7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.2; 76,000 (octal) 
words of core. 

KEFF;MGBS;TGAN; Nuclear Criticality Safety. 

H. K. Clark. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SC. Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-617 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048617 Price code: CP T12 

Three codes for nuclear criticality safety evaluations make up 
this package. The principal codes are a code for computing 
the buckling of fissile material moderated by water (MGBS) 
and a two-group diffusion theory code that uses parameters 
generated by the buckling code (TGAN). KEFF is an auxiliary 
code. KEFF computes keff from dimensions and extrapolation 
distances, or alternative dimensions, volumes, and masses 
corresponding to values of keff. MGBS allows a maximum of 
23 regions and 9 types of material. TGAN is limited to 6 diffu- 
sion regions and 6 transmission regions. (ERA citation 
08:026983)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360; 100K bytes of core are required for KEFF, 150K 
bytes of core for MGBS, and 135K bytes of core for TGAN. 

GAPCON-THERMAL2 Rev. 1; Fuel Rod Thermal 
Performance. 

C. E. Beyer, C. B. Hann, D. D. Lannig, F. E. Paniske, and L. J. 
Parchan. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-618 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048618 Price code: CP T12 

GAPCON-THERMAL2 Rev. 1 calculates the thermal behavior 
of a nuclear fuel rod during normal steady-state operation. 
The program was developed as a tool for estimating fuel- 
cladding gap conductances and fuel-stored energy. Models 
used include power history, fission gas generation and re- 
lease, fuel relocation and densification, and fuel-cladding gap 
conductance. The gas release and relocation models can be 
used to make either best-estimate or conservative predic- 
tions. Maxima of 15 axial nodes 35 time-steps. No mechani- 
cal plastic strain is considered. The thermal model is axisym- 
metric. The first time-step must be zero time and the second 
cannot be at zero power. (ERA citation 08:026201). ..Software 
Description: (CDC6600,7600,CYBER74; FORTRAN IV; 



SCOPE 3.4 (CDC6600), NOS/BE (CDC CYBER74), SCOPE 
2.1 (CDC7600); About 54K words of main memory is needed 
for compilation and execution. 

ISOTAB; Pu Power Output from Mixed Isotopes. 

J. Lemming, C. Rudy, M. Baston, and F. Conkle. 
Monsanto Research Corp., Miamisburg, OH. Mound. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-619-R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048619 Price code: CP T03 

Given measured calorimeter measurement dates and the iso- 
topic composition for a plutonium sample, ISOTAB computes 
for a sample of mixed isotopes (Pu238, Pu239, Pu240, Pu241, 
Pu242, and Am241) a table between two specified dates. The 
table contains: a) the power output (in watts), b) the specific 
power (in milliwatts/gram), c) the total plutonium mass (in 
grams), and d) the estimated error (in grams) for each date in 
the table. If you do not desire all the table values printed be- 
tween the table start date and the table end date, a table in- 
terval greater than one day may be specified. This program 
cannot be used for samples containing Pu236. (ERA citation 
08:026202)...Software Description: IBM360/50; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360 MVT, Release 21.6; 38K core, a card reader, and a 
printer. 

GROUP2; Group Theory of Lattice Dynamics. 

J. L. Warren, and T. G. Worlton. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-620 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048620 Price code: CP T1 1 

This program calculates the symmetry properties of lattice vi- 
brations either for atomic crystals or for external modes of 
molecular crystals and generates the irreducible multiplier 
representations (IMR's) including the effects of time reversal 
invariance (TRI) on the symmetry coordinates. (ERA citation 
08:028400)...Software Description: IBM360.370/ 

195;CDC6600,7600; FORTRAN IV; OS/360 (IBM360) and 
SCOPE 3.1 (CDC6600); The IBM360 version requires 240K 
bytes to compile and 230K bytes to execute. The CDC6600 
version requires 55,000 (octal) words to compile, 125,000 
(octal) words to execute. 

BH99; Extreme Value Distribution Data Analysis. 

T. Shimamoto. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-621-R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048621 Price code: CP T09 

BH99 is used for the statistical analysis of data based on the 
extreme value distribution. When fitting the distribution using 
order statistics, samples of sizes up to n= 35 may be com- 
puted. (ERA citation 08:028668)...Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE. 

GAUSS6; Batch Analysis of Gamma-Ray Spectra. 

R. G. Helmer, J. E. Cline, and M. H. Putnam. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-622 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 



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Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048622 Price code: CP T1 5 

GAUSS6 is used for the production analysis of gamma-ray 
spectra obtained with a Ge(Li) detector and a multichannel 
pulse-height analyzer system. In addition to determining 
gamma-ray energies and intensities, it provides isotopic identi- 
fication, decay corrections and correlation of data from differ- 
ent peaks and different spectra to obtain isotopic decay rates. 
GAUSS6 will handle spectra up to 4096 channels, 300 peaks 
and 20 energy calibration lines. The subset of the isotopic li- 
brary is limited to 1000 gamma rays. (ERA citation 
08:026808)...Software Description: IBM360/75; FORTRAN IV, 
BAL, PL/1; OS/360 MVT; GAUSS6 requires storage devices 
for the spectral library, nuclide library subset, and the correla- 
tion data in addition to three scratch devices and the card 
reader and printer. CORLAT requires storage devices for the 
secondary library subset and the correlation data plus four 
scratch devices and the card reader and printer. 

SETS; Set Equation Transformation System. 

R. B. Worrell. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-623 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048623 Price code: CP T1 1 

SETS is used to achieve the symbolic manipulation of set (or 
Boolean) equations, particularly the reduction of set equations 
by the application of set identities. Any properly formed set 
equation involving the set operations of union, intersection, 
and complement is acceptable for processing by the SETS 
program. (ERA citation 08:028669). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN Extended; SCOPE 3.3; CDC6600 with 
extended core storage. 

GRAPH; Linear Regression with Confidence Limits. 

D. L. Wantoch, and W. J. Kirk. 

Bendix Corp., Kansas City, MO. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-624 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048624 Price code: CP T1 2 

This program calculates and graphs statistical results of ex- 
perimental data. It calculates the linear regression, correlation 
coefficients, the confidence intervals for 90-95-99 percent 
confidence that the next sample will be within the printed in- 
terval, the 90 percent confidence interval that 95 percent of 
the remaining population will be within, and the mean and 
standard deviation of each parameter. The program graphs 
these confidence intervals, the regression line and the experi- 
mental data to obtain a visual indication of correlation. Input 
data is printed in tabular form and all dependent data are dis- 
played against all independent data, one parameter at a time. 
(ERA citation 08:028670)...Software Description: IBM360.370/ 
195; FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370; 19,880 bytes for program. 

VARI-1D; One-Dimensional Variational Sensitivity. 

W. M. Stacey, Jr., and J. P. Regis. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-625 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 



Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048625 Price code: CP T14 

The VARI-1D code calculates estimates of changes in reac- 
tivity worths, keff, reaction rates, power fractions, prompt-neu- 
tron generation time, delayed neutron effectiveness, and flux 
integral ratios due to changes in nuclear data or composition 
by use of a variational formalism. The code is applicable to a 
wide range of reactor or critical experiment design problems 
and sensitivity studies. Maxima of 50 spatial mesh points 10 
material regions 15 isotopes 10 fissionable isotopes 27 
energy groups 15 downscatter groups. The geometry is one- 
dimenionsal slab, cylinder, or sphere. The boundary condi- 
tions are phi = and/or phi' = 0. (ERA citation 
08:028671 )...Software Description: IBM360.370/195; FOR- 
TRAN IV is used except for subroutine SQUEZE which is in 
Assembly language; OS/360,370; A typical execution requires 
about 450K bytes. One peripheral I/O device is required for a 
cross section input file. 

TOODY2; Two-Dimensional Lagrangian Equations of 
Motion Solution. 

L D. Bertholf, and S. E. Benzley. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-627 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048627 Price code: CP T1 1 

TOODY2 is used to compute wave propagation in two dimen- 
sions in rectangular or cylindrical coordinates. Maximum per 
problem of 19 different materials. (ERA citation 
08:028673).. .Software Description: CDC3600; 3600 FOR- 
TRAN; SCOPE 6.2. 

ETOT-3; ENDF/B V3 Data to Thermal Library Form. 

C. L. Beard, R. A. Dannels, and M. Raymund. 
Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pittsburgh, PA. Nuclear Energy 
Systems Div. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-628 U.S. Sales 
Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 
in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 
recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 
have questions. 
DE83048628 Price code: CP T1 4 

ETOT-3 processes basic nuclear information given in the 
ENDF/B format (reference 3) and produces data decks for 
use in generation of KATE, THERMOS, TEMPEST and 
LASER libraries. In addition to the restrictions on the ENDF/B 
data itself, ETOT-3 has the following restrictions: Maxima of 
309 groups or points 500 resolved resonances ETOT-3 will 
process ENDF/B-III data. A predigested file called the Univer- 
sal Supergroup System (see ETOT-3 document) is also ac- 
ceptable. (ERA citation 08:028674). ..Software Description: 
CDC7600; ANSI Standard FORTRAN (FORTRAN IV); SCOPE 
2.0; Core storage required by the program, associated system 
library functions, and SCOPE 2.0 operating system is 50,000 
locations. The program uses one scratch tape in addition to 
the library tape and standard input, output and punch units. 

ORRIBLE; Rod Bundle Flow and Temperature 
Distribution. 

J. L Wantland. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
629 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 



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tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048629 Price code: CP T12 

ORRIBLE is a group of programs used to predict flow and 
temperature distribution for steady single-phase flow through 
bundles of heated rods separated by helical wire-wrap spac- 
ers. Any combination of flow subchannels can be blocked at 
the inlet. Turbulent interaction, sweeping cross flow due to 
the wire wrap, and transverse thermal conduction are consid- 
ered. The eleven ORRIBLE programs in the package are for 
three duct configurations of 19-rod bundles, and for 37-, 91-, 
and 217-rod bundles in hexagonal ducts. In three versions, 
periodic channel area variations due to the wire wraps moving 
through channels and the possibility of the rod bundle forming 
a helix in the duct are considered. For each program, the 
component dimensions, flow parameters, thermal parameters, 
etc. may be varied within reasonable limits. A new program 
must be written in order to study the effect of a different duct 
cross-section shape or a different rod arrangement. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:026203)...Software Description: IBM360.370/195; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370; No sample problem required 
more than 120K bytes during execution. The three programs 
for 217-rod bundles required 400K bytes for compilation. 

LATIN SQ; N X N Latin Square Experimental Design. 

A. D. Grandillo, and T. C. Bishop. 

Monsanto Research Corp., Miamisburg, OH. Mound. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-630 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048630 Price code: CP T1 1 

LATIN SQ is used for the statistical analysis of data generat- 
ed from an N x N Latin Square experimental design. The pro- 
gram output includes an analysis of variance table for testing 
the significance of the row, column and treatment main ef- 
fects. The analysis of variance table also includes information 
for testing the linear and higher-order curvilinear components 
for each main effect. A subroutine is provided for performing 
Duncan's new multiple range test for making all pair-wise 
comparisons among the factor level mean values. The pro- 
gram is designed to handle Latin Squares of size 3 x 3, 4 x 4, 
.., 10 x 10. (ERA citation 08:028675)...Software Description: 
IBM360/50; FORTRAN IV; DOS/360; 25K memory. 

RAFFLE2/MOD2; Monte Carlo Neutron Transport. 

W. E. Vesely, F. J. Wheeler, R. S. Marsden, and D. E. 
Wessol. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-631 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048631 Price code: CP T16 

RAFFLE is a three-dimensional general-purpose Monte Carlo 
program for the solution of static neutron transport problems. 
Either fission source iteration or external source problems can 
be solved. Reaction rates and fluxes or cell-averaged P0 and 
P1 transfer matrices can be obtained for up to 100 input 
energy groups. Multiplication factors, lifetimes, generation 
times, and probable errors are also computed. Groupwise cur- 
rents from any region to adjacent regions can be computed. 
A zone geometry option, designated "mixed" zone geometry, 
is included to simplify the preparation of input data for prob- 
lems having an array of fuel pins. This option combines fea- 



tures of the rectangular, cylindrical r-z, and cylindrical r-theta- 
z zone geometries in a two-level zone search. Maxima of 100 
energy groups for editing 200 surfaces 400 regions. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:0261 52)...Software Description: IBM360/75.370/ 
195; FORTRAN IV and Assembly language; OS/360,370; 
570K bytes of memory. 

MMM3; Coordinate Analyses Semi-Rigid Molecules. 

H. L. McMurry, and D. H. Speas. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-632 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048632 Price code: CP T09 

MMM3 computes the eigenvalues (frequencies) and eigen- 
vectors (normal modes) for a semi-rigid molecule, and com- 
putes the transformation matrix for expressing the Cartesian 
displacements of the atoms in terms of the normal coordi- 
nates. Computation of the effective atomic masses and 
mean-squared amplitudes of vibration for use in slow neutron 
scattering calculations is included as well. Matrices with di- 
mensions up to 55 x 55 are acceptable. (ERA citation 
08:0261 53)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360; 300K bytes of memory. 

LANL-J501; SC-4020 Emulation Graphics Library. 

G. L. Rein, T. Reed, B. Buzbee, G. Carter, and D. Kahamer. 
Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-633 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048633 Price code: CP T13 

LANL-J501 is a library of graphics subroutines developed to 
emulate graphics routines originally written for use with the 
Stromberg Carlson Model 4020 film recorder (SC-4020). The 
SC-4020 has been superseded and output may be directed to 
various newer output devices; however, these subroutines 
ensure compatibility for applications programs. (ERA citation 
08:028676). ..Software Description: 

CDC6600,7600;CRAY1 ;VAX1 1 /780; FORTRAN. The compil- 
ers used are - FTN (CDC6600.7600), CHAT (CDC7600B), 
CFT (CRAY1), FOR (VAX1 1/780); NOS (CDC6600), LTSS 
(CDC7600.7600B), CTSS (CRAY1), VMS (VAX1 1/780); The 
CDC6600 and CDC7600 versions of LANL-J501 require 
120,000 (octal) words of memory; the VAX1 1/780 version re- 
quires 130K bytes. 

REBUS2; Fuel Cycle Analysis for Fast Reactors. 

B. J. Toppel. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-634 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048634 Price code: CP T99 

REBUS2 is a system of codes designed for the analysis of 
fast reactor fuel cycles. Two basic types of analysis problems 
are solved-the infinite-time, or equilibrium, conditions of a re- 
actor operating under a fixed fuel management scheme, and 
the explicit cycle-by-cycle, or nonequilibrium, operation of a 
reactor under a specified periodic fuel management program. 
For the equilibrium type problems, the code uses specified 
external fuel supplies to load the reactor. Optionally, reproc- 



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essing may be included in the specification of the external 
fuel cycle and discharged fuel may be recycled back into the 
reactor. For non-equilibrium cases, the initial composition of 
the reactor core may be explicitly specified or the core may 
be loaded from external feeds as in equilibrium problems. 
Three types of search procedures may be carried out in order 
to satisfy user-supplied constraints - (a) adjustment of the re- 
actor burn cycle time to achieve a specified discharge burnup, 
(b) adjustment of the fresh fuel enrichment to achieve a spec- 
ified multiplication constant at a specified point during the 
burn cycle, and (c) adjustment of the control poison density to 
maintain a specified value of the multiplication constant 
through- out the reactor burn cycle. Recycle of discharged 
fuel is not allowed in non-equlibrium type problems. Only two- 
dimensional problems are handled. (ERA citation 
08:0261 22).. .Software Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV 
(99%) and Assembly language (1%); OS/360,370; At least 
400K bytes of memory are required (530K and 41 8K for the 
two sample problems, respectively). Creation of a load 
module requires a total of approximately 9.3 million bytes of 
direct-access storage. 

SLACMON;SLACMON/370; OS360 MVT/MFT Performance 
Monitor. 

V. Androsciani, R. A. Cook, B. Lonergan, and T. J. Butler. 
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, CA. 1 984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-635 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048635 Price code: CP T13 

SLACMON and SLACMON/370 operating as systems' tasks 
or jobs under OS/VS2, are designed to monitor hardware and 
software performance over a given period of time. Input spec- 
ified in the parameter field on the execute card coupled with 
the corresponding operand in the operator's start command 
allows selected functions to be performed. Five data sets op- 
tionally provide names of queues, I/O devices, or modules 
that the programs monitor. Output consists of a number of re- 
ports followed by a summary page; certain summary data may 
appear on the console device. The output is most useful for 
identifying bottlenecks and interactions, tuning a system for 
peak performance and for indicating desirable hardware and 
software reconfiguration. Meaningful reports are prepared for 
the disks, drums, tapes, printers, and readers. Average 
SEEK/RPS and data transfer times, not calculated in SLAC- 
MON, are available with SLACMON/370 for the 3330 and 
2305 RPS devices. SLACMON/370 can report cylinder usage 
also. (ERA citation 08:028677)...Software Description: 
IBM360.370; Assembly language; OS/360 MVT or MFT 
(SLACMON), OS/370 VS2 Release 1.6. 

6KILER; Core Heatup Code for BWR/6 Analysis. 

R. W. Griebe, K. D. Pichert, M. E. Radd, and C. M. Moser. 
Energy, Inc., Idaho Falls, ID. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
636 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048636 Price code: CP T09 

6KILER was developed for predictive and post-test analyses 
of core heat transfer during a loss-of-coolant accident for a 
General Electric BWR/6 type nuclear reactor plant. The pro- 
gram applied only to the geometry and materials of the Gen- 
eral Electric BWR/6 reactor core. (ERA citation 
08:026249)...Software Description: IBM360,370/195; FOR- 



TRAN IV (95%) and BAL (5%); OS/360; 21 OK bytes required 
to execute the program. 

GAMTAB; Radioactive-Decay gamma-Ray Catalog. 

W. W. Bowman, and K. W. MacMurdo. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SC. Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-637 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048637 Price code: CP T16 

This package contains a two-part catalog of gamma rays 
emitted by nuclides in radioactive decay and a list of corre- 
sponding references. The first part lists the gamma rays in 
order of ascending energy. This listing consists of gamma-ray 
energy and uncertainty, abundance, half-life, production 
mode, and the energies of two of the more abundant associ- 
ated gamma rays. The second part of the catalog lists up to 
50 of the more abundant gamma rays for each nuclide. The 
listing for each nuclide includes half-life, production mode, 
possible genetic relationships, and references. This listing is 
followed by the energy, uncertainty in energy, and abundance 
of each gamma ray. References available through May 1973 
corresponding to the reference keys listed for each nuclide in 
part 2 are listed as the third fiie.lBM360. (ERA citation 
08:026954) 

RIGEL4;CHECK4;SUMUP4;LISTF4; 
PLOTF4;RESEND;CRECT;DICT4;CAREN4 ENDF/B V4 
Processing Codes. 

Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-638 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048638 Price code: CP T15 

These programs are updated versions of ENDF/B checking, 
retrieval, and display codes capable of processing the Ver- 
sion-IV data files. RIGEL4 retrieves ENDF/B data and 
changes mode (BCD-BIN) or arrangement. Updated version 
processes decay data (mf= 1, mt= 457) and error files. 
CHECK4 checks the structure, consistency, and formats of 
ENDF data files. Updated version recognizes newly defined 
mt and mf numbers, checks mt= 457 and the formats of the 
error files, contains RSIC photon file changes. SUMUP4 
checks whether partial cross sections add up to the total. Up- 
dated version flags grid points present in the partial cross 
section, absent in the total. LISTF4 produces interpreted list- 
ings of ENDF/B data. Updated version lists mt= 457, skips 
over error files, contains minor corrections. PLOTF4 produces 
plots of ENDF/B data. Updated version plots mt= 457, skips 
over error files, contains minor corrections. RESEND process- 
es ENDF materials with resonance parameters into a 
pointwise form. Capability of processing Adler-Adler param- 
eters added. CRECT corrects ENDF/B data files. DICT4 gen- 
erates a section table of contents (dictionary) for ENDF/B 
materials. CAREN4 tests for discontinuities across the limits 
of resonance ranges of an ENDF/B material. Updated version 
contains minor corrections. (ERA citation 08:026961 )...Soft- 
ware Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE. 

POLLA; Converts R-Matrix Resonance Parameters. 

G. de Saussure, and R. B. Perez. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

639 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 



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can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048639 Price code: CP T03 

The program transforms a set of r-matrix nuclear resonance 
parameters into a set of equivalent s-matrix (or Kapur-Peierls) 
resonance parameters. By DIMENSION statements, the pro- 
gram is limited to maxima of 100 levels and 5 channels. (ERA 
citation 08:028678)...Software Description: IBM360.370/195; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/360; The program requires 240K bytes to 
compile, 62K bytes to execute. 

DE/STEP,INTRP;DEROOT/STEP,INTRP; Solution of 
Ordinary Differential Equations. 

L F. Shampine, and M. K. Gordon. 
Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-640 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048640 Price code: CP T1 1 

DE/STEP.INTRP performs the solution of an initial-value 
problem for a system of first-order ordinary differential equa- 
tions to a fixed endpoint. With the companion program, 
DEROOT/STEP.INTRP, the endpoint may be specified implic- 
itly as the root of a nonlinear function of the independent vari- 
able, the solution, and its first derivative. Each of these pro- 
grams is supplied in both a basic and in a more versatile ex- 
tended version. The basic versions are limited to the integra- 
tion of a maximum of 20 equations, but the limit can be 
changed easily. The extended versions use variable dimen- 
sioning and have no fixed limits. (ERA citation 
08:028679)...Software Description: IBM360;CDC6000-7000; 
ANSI STANDARD FORTRAN; OS/360 (IBM360), SCOPE 3.3 
(CDC6600), SCOPE 2.1.3 (CDC7600); For execution of the 
basic version: 44K bytes (IBM360), 12000 (octal) words. 

SAP4; Structural Analysis of Linear Systems. 

S. Zawadzki, S. Gledhill, and B. Davis. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-641 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048641 Price code: CP T1 4 

SAP4 is a structural analysis program for determining the 
static and dynamic response of linear systems. The structural 
systems to be analyzed may be composed of combinations of 
a number of different structural elements. Presently, the pro- 
gram contains the following element types - (a) three-dimen- 
sional truss element, (b) three-dimensional beam element, (c) 
plane stress and plane strain element, (d) two-dimensional 
axisymmetric solid, (e) three-dimensional solid, (f) variable- 
number nodes thick shell and three-dimensional element, (g) 
thin-plate or thin-shell element, (h) boundary element, and (i) 
pipe element (tangent and bend). The capacity of the pro- 
gram depends mainly on the total number of nodal points in 
the system, the number of eigenvalues needed in the dynam- 
ic analysis, and the computer used. There is practically no re- 
striction on the number of elements used, the number of load 
cases, or the order and bandwidth of the stiffness matrix. 
(ERA citation 08:026984). ..Software Description: 
IBM360,370,303x;UNIVAC1100; FORTRAN IV (IBM370), 
FORTRAN ASCII (99%) and Assembler (1%) (UNIVAC1100); 
OS/360,370 (IBM370), EXEC8 (UNIVAC1100); The computer 



resources required depend on the type of problem, and trade- 
offs are selectable to an extent. Storage needs may vary from 
250K to 2000K bytes (IBM370). Peripheral device usage has 
been optimized for static analysis and step-by-step integra- 
tion. With program segmentation, the UNIVAC1100 version 
requires 53,000 words of memory for execution. 

PROGLOOK; User Program Performance Monitor. 

R. H. Johnson, and T. Johnston. 

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, CA. 1 984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-642 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048642 Price code: CP T1 1 

PROGLOOK makes it possible to monitor the execution of vir- 
tually any OS/MVT or OS/VS2 Release 1.6 load module. The 
main reason for using PROGLOOK is to find out which por- 
tions of a code use most of the CPU time so that those parts 
of the program can be rewritten to reduce CPU time. For 
large production programs, users have typically found it possi- 
ble to reduce CPU time by 1 to 30 percent without changing 
the program's function. The measured task cannot attach 
more than 254 subtasks. If the data produced by PROGTIME 
exceeds 127 distinct entities or 2500 histogram cells PROG- 
LOOK terminates, producing no histograms. (ERA citation 
08:028680)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV and 
Assembly language; OS/360. 

NUBOW; Structural Analysis Bowed Reactor Cores. 

G. A. McLennan. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-643 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048643 Price code: CP T09 

NUBOW performs a two-dimensional elastic analysis of reac- 
tor core systems subjected to thermal and/or mechanical 
bowing. Reactor assemblies are considered to be elastic 
beam members which may have variable geometry. Equilibri- 
um forces and positions are calculated along with the shapes 
of individual rows. Clearance and local flexibility are allowed 
at all contacts. An axisymmetric model is assumed. Friction 
forces are not included. Possible contact is allowed only at 
specified axial locations on the assemblies. The program cur- 
rently is dimensioned for maxima of 16 rows of beams and 25 
nodes per beam. (ERA citation 08:0261 79)... Software De- 
scription: IBM360.370/195; FORTRAN. IV; OS/360,370; 240K 
words of memory are required to compile, 130K to execute. 

GETCOR;FRECOR; FORTRAN Dynamic Storage 
Allocation. 

R. C. Durfee. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

644 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048644 Price code: CP T09 

GETCOR and FRECOR are Assembly language subroutines 
which may be called from FORTRAN subroutines during exe- 
cution to allocate and release core storage. Those variables 
for which core storage is to be allocated must be passed as 
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allow variable dimensioning in subroutines without a previous 
specification of the maximum allowable dimensions. Before 
the FORTRAN subroutine can return to its caller it must re- 
lease all core storage allocated to any of its arguments. (ERA 
citation 08:028681 )...Software Description: IBM360.370 195; 
FORTRAN IV and Assembly language; OS/360,370; 
GETCOR occupies 1440 (decimal) bytes of storage and 
FRECOR, 1328 bytes. 

DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF GASES; Dynamic Analysis of 
Gases by Mass Spectrometry. 

R. W. Loser, C. A. Chambers, and E. D. Ruby. 
Dow Chemical Co., Golden, CO. Rocky Flats Div. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-645 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048645 Price code: CP T03 

The program processes mass spectral data to determine the 
rate at which gases evolve from a solid sample and the total 
quantity of gas evolved. Calibration data and mass-peak 
measurements are described as input data. Gas flow rate and 
gas quantity are described as output data. It is used for the 
dynamic analysis of gases by fast scanning mass spectrome- 
try. Although written for data obtained from a Bendix model 
12-107 time-of-flight (TOF) mass spectrometer, it may be ap- 
plied to any type of mass spectrometer. The Bendix mass 
spectrometer is used to continually monitor- gases evolved 
during vacuum bakeout of solid samples. The technique is 
used to determine surface contaminants, adsorbed and 
trapped gases and other volatile outgas products. A total of 
12 gases are used in the present study. (ERA citation 
08:026809)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV(G); 
IBM360 TSO. 

COPYCAT; IBM OS System Catalog Utility Routine. 

D. E. Engert. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-646 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048646 Price code: CP T1 2 

COPYCAT is an OS utility program designed to produce an 
efficient system-wide catalog which may reside on many vol- 
umes. Substantial improvement in performance may also be 
obtained on a system with only a single catalog. First, catalog 
entries from many different catalogs may be redistributed to 
equalize the load on each catalog. Second, each individual 
catalog is restructured in a way designed to minimize the I/O 
time required for searching and updating. Redistribution and 
restructuring parameters are under user control. Model 
DSCB's for generation data groups and alias entries are also 
processed. Catalogs on all direct access devices, including 
data cells, are supported. Backup copies may also be made. 
Maximum of 32 catalogs defined as input COPYCAT has 
been designed for a catalog system where a high-level index 
name, other than a CVOL pointer, may only appear in one 
catalog. (ERA citation. 08:028682)...Software Description: 
IBM360.370; Assembly language; OS/MVT, OS/MFT, OS/ 
VS1 and OS/VS2 Release 1; A larger region size is recom- 
mended since COPYCAT will use all of the core available to it 
for buffers. 

SLOP;CROSS; IBM 360 FORTRAN H Program Checker. 



A. J. Strecok. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-647 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048647 Price code: CP T09 

The package contains two PL/ 1 codes, SLOP (Structural 
Layout Of Programs) and CROSS, designed to check IBM 
FORTRAN H source programs. SLOP examines the SYS- 
PRINT file produced by a FORTRAN H compilation for local 
errors and sends its observations to CROSS which detects 
potential global errors. SLOP summarizes variables, labels, 
common blocks, and other items in a subroutine, showing 
which symbols are being improperly used. Optionally, the 
SLOP program can list the output from the original FORTRAN 
subroutine compilation, can list and save a 'corrected' and re- 
sequenced FORTRAN file, and save and list the information 
intended for the CROSS routine. For each subroutine CROSS 
tabulates: the subroutine name and size, entry points, listed 
but unused symbols, uninitialized variables, unreferenced 
statement numbers, internal statement numbers of input- 
output statements, symbols which appear in input-output 
statements, called subroutines, and the active variables in 
common and/or equivalence blocks, together with block 
names and addresses. CROSS lists common and/or equiva- 
lenced variables in alphabetic order with addresses and cor- 
responding block names, along with the names of routines in 
which these variables are actively used. Any suspicious-look- 
ing or inconsistent items are flagged. The same information 
will also be sequenced and listed according to block names 
and addresses within each block. CROSS also produces a 
table designed to show instantly which routines need atten- 
tion because SLOP found errors in them, which are missing 
or defined more than once, which routines are calling each 
routine, and how many times each routine is being called by 
the other. Finally, if any cycles of subroutine calls are detect- 
ed, a second table indicating these recursive calls will be pro- 
duced. The test case supplied with this package is designed 
to be self-explanatory, removing the need for separate docu- 
mentation. A program containing up to 300 routines can be 
processed. (ERA citation 08:028683).. .Software Description: 
IBM360,370,303x; PL/I; OS/360: 600K bytes of storage are 
required. 

LUGS; Stress for Integral Attachments to Pipe. 

W. G. Dodge. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

648 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048648 Price code: CP T03 

LUGS calculates stresses, stress indices, and flexibility fac- 
tors for a rectangular attachment on a cylindrical shell. Cau- 
tion is recommended in using the code for attachments on 
very thin shells that have large circumferential dimensions 
and small longitudinal dimension as series convergence and/ 
or numeric problems seem to exist. (ERA citation 
08:028684)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360; 468K bytes of core storage are used. 

COMQC; Quality Control Data Analysis Routines. 

W. Rutherford, and G. M. Grogger. 

Bendix Corp., Kansas City, MO. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-649 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 



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Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048649 Price code: CP T09 

COMQC is a quality control data analysis statistical program 
that calculates mean, standard deviation, range, skewness 
and kurtosis. Tolerance limits, confidence limits on the per- 
cent defective, and a one-way analysis of variance are also 
provided. (ERA citation 08:028685). ..Software Description: 
IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 300K bytes of core storage. 

ELBOW-ORNL; Pipe Stress and Flexibility Calculations. 

W. G. Dodge. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

650 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048650 Price code: CP T09 

ELBOW-ORNL calculates the stresses, stress indices, and 
flexibility factors for in-plane and out-of-plane bending of 
elbows and curved pipe subjected to internal pressure. Com- 
parison with experiments indicates that the results accurately 
represent the maximum stresses which occur at the center of 
the bend. The program does not account for the effects of 
end restraint or out-of-roundness. Since end-effects are not 
included, the calculated stresses and flexibility of the elbow 
may be larger than the actual values. (ERA citation 
08:028686)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV and 
Assembly language; OS/360; 80K bytes of core storage. 

SOLA;SOLA SURF; Transient Fluid Flow Algorithm. 

C. W. Hirt, B. D. Nichols, and N. C. Romero. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-651 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048651 Price code: CP T09 

SOLA and SOLA-SURF are numerical solution algorithms for 
transient fluid flows. SOLA is for incompressible fluid flows 
without free surfaces. SOLA-SURF, an extension of the SOLA 
code, permits a free surface or curved rigid boundary (free- 
slip) to be located across the top or bottom of the fluid 
region. The surfaces used in SOLA-SURF must be definable 
by single-valued functions. Also, the slope of the surface 
must not exceed the cell aspect ratio. (ERA citation 
08:027985) Software Description: CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE. 

STFODE;COLODE; Collocation Solution of Stiff Ordinary 
Differential Equations. 

B. L Hulme, S. L. Daniel, and A. J. Strecak. 
Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-652 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048652 Price code: CP T09 

COLODE is a subroutine intended primarily for solving first- 
order systems of stiff differential equations by collocation 
methods. STFODE is a driver routine written to simplify the 
use of COLODE. Storage requirements limit the number of 
equations to about 100 for the CDC6600 version. (ERA cita- 



tion 08:028687)... Software Description: CDC6600;IBM360,370; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.3 (CDC6600), OS/360 (IBM360); 
CDC6600 version load used 24,500 (octal) words, sample 
problem execution 15,000 (octal) words. IBM360/370 version 
sample problem execution used 140K bytes. 

MOCUS; Minimal Sets from Fault Trees. 

J. B. Fussell, E. B. Henry, and N. H. Marshall. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-653 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Cail NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048653 Price code: CP T1 1 

From a description of the Boolean failure logic of a system,, 
called a fault tree, and control parameters specifying the mini- 
mal cut set length to be obtained MOCUS determines the 
system failure modes, or minimal cut sets, and the system 
success modes, or minimal path sets. Output from MOCUS 
can include minimal cut and path sets for up to 20 gates. 
(ERA citation 08:028688)...Software Description: IBM360.370; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 222K bytes for execution and 7 I/O 
units. 

XDTRAP; Hydrogen Permeation with Trapping. 

W. L Pillinger, and G. R. Caskey. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SO Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-655 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048655 Price code: CP T09 

XDTRAP calculates gas diffusion with trapping. The effect of 
trapping on hydrogen permeation and evolution was explored 
for a range of parameter values from computer-generated 
tables of concentrations of diffusing and trapped hydrogen. 
Maximum of 2000 mesh points along one space variable. 
(ERA citation 08:028689)...Software Description: IBM360; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 126K for the execution step with pro- 
gram size = 98,364 bytes. 

BESSEL FUNCTION PACKAGE; Airy and LOG gamma 
Subroutines. 

D. E. Amos, and S. L. Daniel. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-656 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048656 Price code: CP T1 2 

Subroutines for evaluating Bessel functions: J0(x), J1(x), I0(x), 
11 (x) for x between + and - infinity; Y0(x), Y1(x), K0(x), K1(x) 
for x greater than zero; Jnu(x), lnu(x) for x greater than or 
equal to and nu greater than or equal to 0; Yn(x), Kn(x) for 
x greater than and n= 0,1,2...; Airy functions: Ai(x), Ai'(x), 
Bi(x), Bi'(x) for x between + and - infinity; and the log 
gamma function: LNGAMMA(x) for x greater than 0. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:028690)...Software Description: CDC6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV; SCOPE 3.3. 

LINDA; Evaluation of Strain-Gage Data. 

W. G. Dodge. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

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can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048657 Price code: CP T09 

LINDA implements a diagnostic procedure which depends 
upon the hypothesis that strain measurements obtained from 
a linear elastic structural test should be proportional to the 
applied loads. Nonlinearities in the data from such a test are 
expected to arise from errors in measuring or recording either 
the strains or the loads. The diagnostic procedure provides a 
means to identify and distinguish between the two types of 
errors. The code is currently dimensioned to handle data from 
400 strain rosettes and 9 load steps. (ERA citation 
08:027070)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV and 
Assembly language; OS/360; 180K bytes of core storage are 
required for execution. 

FRAP-T4;FRAP-T; Transient Analysis of Oxide Fuel Rods. 

J. A. Dearien, L J. Siefken, and M. P. Bohn. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-658 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048658 Price code: CP T18 

The FRAP-T series of programs predict the thermal, mechani- 
cal and internal gas pressure response of a water-cooled, zir- 
caloy-clad, oxide fuel rod during a loss-of-coolant accident 
(LOCA), power-coolant mismatch (PCM), or flow blockage ac- 
cident. They consider the coupled effects of these response 
parameters by iterating to convergence at each time-step in a 
transient. Transient heat conduction is analyzed. Material and 
water properties required by FRAP-T are supplied by a materi- 
al property subcode, MATPRO, and the STH20 subroutine. 
FRAP-T4 is the fourth in the series with each release incorpo- 
rating the most recent advancements made in fuel rod re- 
sponse analysis models. Maxima of 20 axial nodes 20 radial 
nodes at each axial node single-rod analysis thermal reactor 
fuel rods, zircaloy-clad with water coolant. (ERA citation 
08:026204).. .Software Description: CDC7600;IBM360; FOR- 
TRAN (99%) and Assembly language (1%). The Assembly 
language is used in a few of the INEL Environmental Rou- 
tines; OS/360 MVT (IBM360), SCOPE 2.1.1 (CDC7600); 
147,000 (octal) words of SCM and 63,000 (octal) words of 
LCM are required for FRAP-T4. Execution of FRAP-T on the 
IBM360 required 350K bytes of storage and 450K bytes were 
used for compilation. 

COBRA3M; Fuel Pin Thermal-Hydraulic Analysis. 

W. W. Marr. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/ NESC-659 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048659 Price code: CP T13 

COBRA3M calculates the steady state and transient flow, 
coolant temperature and pressure drop in the subchannels of 
nuclear fuel pin bundles. In addition, it calculates tempera- 
tures of fuel, cladding, and duct wall. Array dimensions limit 
the program to handle maxima of 30 axial increments 7 pins 
24 subchannels 30 gaps 6 segments for each pin 10 radial 
nodes in each segment 18 duct wall sections 10 radial nodes 
in each duct wall section. (ERA citation 08:026205). ..Software 
Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370; 500K 
bytes of core. 



JOURNAL CONTROL SYSTEM; Library Journal 
Management. 

A. S. Klein, and M. Passiakos. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

660 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048660 Price code: CP T1 4 

The JOURNAL CONTROL SYSTEM is a series of programs 
designed to handle all journal ordering for the three Union 
Carbide installations in Oak Ridge - ORNL, Y-12, and ORG- 
DP. This series of programs provides: (1) management infor- 
mation in the form of cost, subscriber, and title statistics, (2) 
seven-copy purchase requisitions, and (3) claim letters to ven- 
dors relating to missing issues. In addition, computer check- 
in, notification of binding, and recording of journal arrival is 
supplied for the ORNL library operation. (ERA citation 
08:028779).. .Software Description: IBM360/75,91; COBOL 
and Assembly language; OS/360; A decimal feature machine 
with 200K memory. 

SOLVEX; Solvent Extraction Process Simulation. 

W. C. Scotten. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SO Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-662 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048662 Price code: CP T09 

SOLVEX simulates the dynamic and steady-state behavior of 
solvent extraction banks composed of either mixer-settlers or 
centrifugal contactors. Two options permit terminating dynam- 
ic phases by time or by achieving steady-state, and a third 
option permits artificial rapid close to steady-state. Distribution 
data may be expressed in the form of tables or cubic polyno- 
mial equations. Maxima of 24 stages for the bank 5 chemical 
components 5 tables and 5 equations of distribution data 2 
methods of expressing distribution of each component. (ERA 
citation 08:02681 0)...Software Description: IBM360; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/360; Less than 125K bytes are required for the 
load module. 

COMRADEX4; Accident Released Radiological Dose. 

J. Otter. 

Atomics International Div., Canoga Park, CA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-663 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048663 Price code: CP T09 

COMRADEX4 was developed to evaluate potential radiologi- 
cal doses in the near (< 10**4 meters) environment of radio- 
active releases, especially postulated accident releases. Con- 
sequence-mitigating natural phenomena and engineered 
safety features, such as aerosol deposition inside and outside 
containment, meteorological dispersion, multiple contain- 
ments, filtration, and shielding, may be calculated. Potential 
doses to body organs may be calculated from sources re- 
tained in containment, distributed in the atmosphere, and in- 
haled. Maxima of 150 entries per class in leakage and fallout 
rate tables 5 release times 20 detector locations 3 isotope 
classes 4 containment levels 500 isotopes 12 organ dose 
rate factors per isotope. (ERA citation 08:027422). ..Software 



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Description: IBM370; FORTRAN IV (H extended); OS/370 
VS2 Release 1.7; 300K bytes of memory are required. Two 
logical units are used as input and output (units 5 and 6), and 
two additional units may be needed. Use of several other 
units is optional. 

FLOW3; Network Analysis of Three-Dimensional Two- 
Phase Flow. 

S. G. Beus, and J. H. Anderson. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-664R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048664 Price code: CP T15 

FLOW3 was developed for the steady-state thermal and hy- 
draulic analysis of two-phase flow in three-dimensional ge- 
ometries. The program was developed with particular applica- 
tion to the analysis of flow on the primary and secondary 
sides of a steam generator and may be applied to a variety of 
fluid flow problems of a general nature. The program employs 
a network representation of the flow field and predicts local 
fluid conditions based on a boundary value solution method. 
The FLOW3 program user specifies a flow region of interest 
as a network of nodes with interconnecting links. Flow may 
enter or leave the network at designated boundary nodes 
(where the pressure is fixed) or at designated source nodes 
(where the flow is fixed). The conservation equations for 
mass, energy, and momentum are solved for the steady-state 
enthalpy and pressure at each node and the flow in each link. 
Heat may be added to any links, and two-phase flow is al- 
lowed. Maxima of 350 nodes 700 links. (ERA citation 
08:027050)...Software Description: CDC7600,6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV and COMPASS; SCOPE 1.1 (CDC7600) and SCOPE 
3.3 (CDC6600); Large core memory (CDC7600) or extended 
core storage. 

BETTIS ENVIRONMENTAL LIBRARY; Bettis Programming 
Environment Library. 

W. R. Cadwell. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-665R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048665 Price code: CP T16 

The BETTIS ENVIRONMENTAL LIBRARY consists of a large 
number of subroutines and functions which are available for 
use in application programs. These routines effectively extend 
the FORTRAN language in such areas as system communi- 
cation, decimal input, file management, scratch I/O, storage 
allocation, and plotting. (ERA citation 08:028691). ..Software 
Description: CDC6600,7600; Almost all of the environmental 
routines are written in FORTRAN IV, the remainder in COM- 
PASS. 

FTA; Fault Tree Analysis System. 

W. J. Van Slyke, D. E. Griffing, and J. Diven. 
Atlantic Richfield Hanford Co., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-666 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048666 Price code: CP T1 1 

The FTA (Fault Tree Analysis) system was designed to pre- 
dict probabilities of the modes of failure for complex systems 



and to graphically present the structure of systems. There are 
three programs in the system. Program ALLCUTS performs 
the calculations. Program KILMER constructs a CalComp plot 
file of the system fault tree. Program BRANCH builds a cross- 
reference list of the system fault tree. Maxima of 175 basic 
events 425 rate events ALLCUTS may be expanded to solve 
larger problems depending on available core memory. (ERA 
citation 08:028692)...Software Description: CDC6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV (95%) and COMPASS (5%); SCOPE 3.4.2; 11 OK 
(octal) words for ALLCUTS, 65K (octal) words for KILMER, 
and 50K (octal) words for BRANCH. 

BUCKLE; Creep Buckling of Initially Oval Tube. 

P. J. Pankaskie. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-667 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048667 Price code: CP T03 

BUCKLE is a one-dimensional computer code compiled to 
calculate the change in ovality, of an initially oval, closed-end 
finite length tube, as a function of time, temperature, neutron 
flux and uniform external pressure. The basic concept em- 
ployed in BUCKLE is that a tube, which is slightly out-of- 
round, tends to become more out-of-round with time when 
subjected to net uniform external pressure. The timewise 
change in ovality occurs as a consequence of creep deforma- 
tions arising from tangential compressive and tangential bend- 
ing stresses produced by uniform external pressures acting 
on an initially oval tube. (ERA citation 08:0261 80)...Software 
Description: CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 4.2; 54K words 
addressable core storage are required. 

TPT01; Two-Dimensional Few-Group Transport with 
Depletion. 

R. J. Selva. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-669R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048669 Price code: CP T1 7 

TPT01 solves the few-group neutron transport equation with 
P1 scattering in two dimensions using the discrete ordinate 
method. The geometries available are rectangular and cylin- 
drical. The problem allows arbitrary up- and down-scattering 
between groups. Explicit solutions are available for both fixed- 
source and eigenvalue problems. The program performs 
gross block depletion for all isotopes In all depletable regions 
and also performs fine block depletion for any subset of the 
isotopes in selected regions. Maxima of 99 groups 250 dis- 
crete ordinates per quadrant. There are very few fixed con- 
straints on spatial problem sizes. (ERA citation 
08:02831 2). ..Software Description: CDC7600,6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV and COMPASS; SCOPE 2.0; 64K small core 
memory, up to 500,000 words of large core memory (if avail- 
able), and 4 non-system disks. 

RCP01; Monte Carlo Neutron and Photon Transport. 

N. R. Candelore, R. C. Gast, and L A. Ondis, II. 
Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-670R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 



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DE83048670 Price code: CP T16 

RCP01 is a Monte Carlo program which estimates neutron 
capture rates and photon heating rates over the energy range 
important to the fission process, i.e., 10 Mev to ev. There is 
a neutron eigenvalue capability as well as the usual fixed 
source capability. The geometry is modular comprising: (a) 
module zero, a set of concentric cylinders or spheres with 
axial material boundaries; (b) final modules, each a collection 
of rectangular or 60 degree parallelogram initial assemblies 
superimposed on module zero at arbitrary positions and angu- 
lar orientations; (c) initial assemblies of rectangles and 60 
degree parallelograms with internal structure determined by 
an overlay on a variable mesh; (d) optional use of doubly re- 
petitive "subcells" containing arbitrary collections of non- 
intersecting elliptical surfaces within initial assemblies. Other 
geometric features include the geometry variation which pro- 
vides trapezoidal and equilateral triangular final assemblies 
and composite final assemblies which are pairs of final as- 
semblies, one arbitrarily positioned and oriented within the 
other. Edits of absorption, heating, and neutron production 
are produced, with corresponding uncertainties, for each ma- 
terial (composition) by nuclide by energy group. (ERA citation 
08:02831 3)...Software Description: CDC7600,6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV with COMPASS equivalent routines for a selected 
few key subroutines; SCOPE 1.1, SCOPE 2.1.5 (CDC7600), 
SCOPE 3.3, 3.4 (CDC6600); CDC7600 or CDC6600 with vari- 
able requirement of Large Core Memory (LCM) or Extended 
Core Storage (ECS). The sample problem requires approxi- 
mately 106K (octal) words of central memory and 46K (octal) 
words of ECS on the CDC6600. 

RCPL1; Prepares RCP01 Cross Section Libraries. 

A. V. Dralle, N. R. Candelore, and R. C. Gast. 
Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-671R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048671 Price code: CP T1 4 

RCPL1 calculates detailed Doppler-broadened neutron reso- 
nance cross sections from unresolved and either single-level 
or multilevel resolved resonance parameters, for any number 
of nuclides, within an arbitrary energy structure consisting of 
up to 99 epithermal groups and one thermal group. The high- 
est energy groups are divided into as many as 500 energy in- 
tervals for resonance cross section detail. These groups also 
allow inelastic scattering, expressed through group-wise 
transfer matrices, for the resonance nuclides and for any 
number of additional nuclides without detailed resonance de- 
scriptions. Subsequent epithermal groups may be subdivided 
into 1000 intervals, and the thermal group may contain 299 
intervals. Elastic scattering for each nuclide is described by 
the first four components of the differential scattering cross 
section in the CM system, and the thermal group will treat 
two P3 scattering kernels through thermal subgroup transfer 
matrices. RCPL1 also calculates Compton, photoelectric, and 
pair production cross sections for photon interactions with 
any number of nuclides, and the gamma emission spectra 
from these nuclides are tabulated. The arbitrary energy group 
structure consists of up to 100 groups, each divided into as 
many as 400 intervals. (ERA citation 08:02831 4).. .Software 
Description: CDC7600.6600; FORTRAN IV (99%) and COM- 
PASS (1%); SCOPE 1.1 (CDC7600), SCOPE 3.3, 3.4 
(CDC6600); CDC7600 or CDC6600 with variable requirement 
of large core memory (LCM) or extended core storage. 



HONDO; A Dynamic Response Finite-Element Code. 

S. W. Key, S. Gledhill, and B. Davis. 
Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-672 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048672 Price code: CP T1 1 

HONDO is used to compute the time-dependent displace- 
ments, velocities, accelerations, and stresses within elastic or 
inelastic, two-dimensional or axisymmetric bodies of arbitrary 
shapes and materials. (ERA citation 08:028693).. .Software 
Description: CDC6600;UNIVAC1100; FORTRAN IV 
(CDC6600), FORTRAN ASCII (96%) and Assembler language 
(4%) (UNIVAC1100); SCOPE 3.3 (CDC6600), EXEC8 
(UNIVAC1100); Three tapes or other auxiliary storage devices 
are required in addition to the standard input/output units. 

SIEX; LMFBR Fuel Pin Thermal Performance Model. 

D. S. Dutt. 

Hanford Engineering Development Lab., Richland, WA. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-673 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048673 Price code: CP T09 

SIEX is a steady-state heat transfer code for the calculation 
of mixed-oxide fuel pin thermal performance and dimension 
change (swelling and thermal expansion) in a fast neutron en- 
vironment. Fuel restructuring, fuel and cladding displacements 
due to swelling and thermal expansion, fuel-to-cladding gap 
heat transfer, and fission gas release are included to provide 
an assessment of fuel, cladding, and coolant temperatures. 
Maxima of 21 axial segments 10 radial nodes in the fuel 10 
time-step per printout intervals. (ERA citation 
08:026206)...Software Description: CDC6600,CYBER74; FOR- 
TRAN IV; SCOPE 3.4; The amount of core storage required is 
50K (octal) of 60-bit words. No auxiliary storage is needed 
and the input/output devices are selected by the user. 

SAFTAC; Monte Carlo Fault Tree Simulation Code. 

P. A. Crosetti, and L. G. de Viedma. 
United Nuclear Industries, Inc., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-674 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048674 Price code: CP T09 

SAFTAC is a Monte Carlo fault tree simulation program that 
provides a systematic approach for analyzing system design, 
performing trade-off studies, and optimizing system changes 
or additions. The program is dimensioned to handle 1100 
basic input events and 1 1 00 logical gates. It can be redimen- 
sioned to handle up to 2000 basic input events and 2000 logi- 
cal gates within the existing core memory. (ERA citation 
08:028694)...Software Description: UNIVAC1108;IBM360,370; 
FORTRAN V and SLEUTH (UNIVAC1108), FORTRAN IV 
(IBM360); CSCX or EXEC2 (UNIVAC1108), OS/360,370 
(IBM360.370); 300K bytes for compilation, 140K bytes for run- 
ning the sample problem on an IBM370. 

EPISODE; Ordinary Differential Equation System Solver. 

G. D. Byrne, and A. C. Hindmarsh. 

Pittsburgh Univ., PA. Dept. of Mathematics. 1984, magtape 

ANL/NESC-675 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 



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documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048675 Price code: CP T1 1 

EPISODE is a package of eight subroutines for the numerical 
solution of the initial-value problem for systems of first-order 
ordinary differential equations. The package can be used for 
either stiff or non-stiff systems. It is especially suited to prob- 
lems with intermittent high-speed transients. EPISODE is best 
suited to problems with intermittent high-speed transients. 
Smooth problems can lead to high overhead costs. Current 
dimensioning allows for 20 simultaneous equations. The doc- 
umentation and comments in DRIVE show how to alter this 
limit. (ERA citation 08:028695).. .Software Description: 
IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370 (IBM360.370); 62K 
bytes are used to execute the double-precision version of the 
sample problem. 

DEM04; CRBR Reactor and Plant Transient Analysis. 

W. H. Alliston. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp., Madison, PA. Advanced 

Reactors Div. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-676R U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048676 Price code: CP T13 

DEM04 is a simulation model used to generate thermal-hy- 
draulic transients for the Clinch River LMFBR demonstration 
plant. The three heat transport loops of the plant are simulat- 
ed by a two-loop model. One loop, the L-loop, represents two 
of the actual plant loops, and the second loop, the S-loop, 
represents a single plant loop. Thermal power is generated by 
point neutron kinetics and decay heat tables. The vessel in- 
ternals are represented by a lower plenum, lower axial blan- 
ket, active core, upper axial blanket, radial blanket, bypass 
channel and an upper plenum with a variable sodium level 
and a cover gas. Plenum stratification on reduced flow can be 
modelled. The heated sodium leaves the vessel upper 
plenum to the primary heat transport system and returns to 
the vessel lower plenum. The overflow nozzle of the sodium 
purification system effects the vessel upper plenum level, as 
well as a user-input return flow from this system. Each pri- 
mary heat transport system is represented by piping, valves, 
the primary pump tank with a free surface and cover gas, and 
the shell side of the IHX. Each intermediate heat transport 
system is represented by piping, the tube side of the IHX, the 
shell side of the superheater and evaporator, and the inter- 
mediate pump. Each water-steam system is represented by 
piping, recirculation pumps, the tube side of the superheater 
and evaporator, and a steam drum. The steam leaving all su- 
perheaters enters a common steam header, flows through 
piping to the turbine throttle valve and a steam dump valve. 
Limited modelling is provided for the feedwater system. The 
reactor core model in DEMO provides only for single-phase 
liquid sodium flow. The steam generator model represents the 
mixing zone as if it is a small mixed volume at the drum 
bottom. The remainder of the drum is assumed homogene- 
ous. (ERA citation 08:026066). ..Software Description: 
CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.0; 1 user-defined tape or 
disk is required for optional plotting in addition to the standard 
input/output devices. 

MARGE/SLUMP; Maximum Temperature LMFBR Fuel Pin. 

D. H. Thompson, and A. Padilla, Jr. 



Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-677 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048677 Price code: CP T09 

The MARGE/SLUMP code performs a series of one-dimen- 
sional (radial) calculations at fixed intervals along the axial 
length of a LMFBR fuel element to determine sodium temper- 
ature, clad temperature, fuel temperature, central void diame- 
ter, and amount of fuel addition or removal necessary to 
maintain the inner surface of the central void at the melting 
temperature of mixed oxide fuel. Fuel relocation results must 
be processed manually. (ERA citation 08:026067). ..Software 
Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370; 240K 
bytes of core. 

MORTRAN2; Macro-Based Structured FORTRAN. 

A. J Cook. 

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, CA. 1 984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-678 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048678 Price code: CP T1 2 

MORTRAN2 is a FORTRAN language extension that permits 
a relatively easy transition from FORTRAN to a more conven- 
ient and structured language. Its features include free-field 
format; alphanumeric statement labels; flexible comment con- 
vention; nested block structure; for-by-to, do, while, until, loop, 
if-then-elseif-else, exit, and next statements; multiple assign- 
ment statements; conditional compilation; and automatic list- 
ing indentation. The language is implemented by a macro- 
based pre-processor and is further extensible by user-defined 
macros. The pre-processor output must be accepted by a 
FORTRAN compiler. (ERA citation 08:028696)...Software De- 
scription: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370; 170K 
bytes of memory. 

RANDOM SAMPLING TABLE;RND424RQ; for Non-Bias 
Ordering. 

F. L. Conkle, and T. C. Bishop. 

Monsanto Research Corp., Miamisburg, OH. Mound. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-679 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048679 Price code: CP T03 

This program is designed to generate a uniformly random se- 
quence of numbers for ordering laboratory test samples to 
eliminate any bias from the testing. The starting number must 
be less than the ending number, and all numbers must be 
less than 2,147,483,648. (ERA citation 08:028697)...Software 
Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV and COBOL; OS/360; A 
64K region is required and 1 IBM2314 disk is used. 

MARLOWE; Binary Collision Cascade Simulation. 

M. T. Robinson. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

680 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048680 Price code: CP T15 



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MARLOWE generates atomic displacement cascades in crys- 
talline solids and analyzes many of their properties. Analyses 
available include primary recoil range distributions, replace- 
ment sequence directions and length distributions, distribu- 
tions of pair separations, and various detailed cascade re- 
ports. The program is limited to ten crystallographically or 
chemically nonequivalent atoms and 2000 displaced atoms in 
a single cascade in the IBM REAL No. 8 version of the pro- 
gram. The IBM REAL No. 4 and the CDC versions have four 
nonequivalent atoms and 5000 displaced atoms in a single 
cascade. (ERA citation 08:028401). ..Software Description: 
IBM360.370; CDC7600; FORTRAN IV (97%) and BAL (3%) 
(IBM360.370), FORTRAN IV (CDC7600); OS/360,370 
(IBM360.370), SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600); The IBM version re- 
quires 550K bytes (REALM form) and 440K bytes (REAL*8 
form). The CDC7600 version requires 46,000 (octal) words of 
SCM and 365,000 (octal) words of LCM storage. 

ACCEL/MOD2; Design of Printed-Circuit Boards. 

C. J. Fisk, and D. L Caskey. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1 984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-681 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048681 Price code: CP T18 

ACCEL is a set of computer programs designed to aid in the 
construction of electronic printed circuit boards. The ACCEL 
system performs the following tasks - (1) edits the engineers' 
data, resolves the schematic into a node component-list, 
looks up physical and electrical data for the parts used in the 
circuit, and notes any errors in the data; (2) locates the com- 
ponents on the board by an iterative process; (3) lays out the 
interconnection pattern between components; and (4) gener- 
ates the output plots. (ERA citation 08:027079).. .Software De- 
scription: UNIVAC1108;CDC6600; FORTRAN and Assembly 
language; EXEC2 (UNIVAC1108) and SCOPE 3.1.5 
(CDC6600); 45,000 decimal words of storage, 10 separate 
files (3 tape, the rest drum or disk), and a machine word 
length of 36 bits or greater. 

GNATS;MESH2;GPRINT; Two-Dimensional Noniinear 
Analysis. 

M. L. Callabresi, and R. C. Young. 
Sandia National Labs., Livermore, CA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-682 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048682 Price code: CP T14 

GNATS is a finite element computer program designed for 
nonlinear analysis of axisymmetric and two-dimensional static 
structures. All large arrays in GNATS, MESH2, and GPRINT 
are dynamically dimensioned to minimize storage require- 
ments. (ERA citation 08:028698). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV (98%) and COMPASS (2%); SCOPE 
3.4; Approximately 54,000 (octal) words of SCM plus a prob- 
lem-dependent amount of ECS is used normally. Disk storage 
can replace ECS if one subroutine is changed. 

NUFUEL; Nuclear Fuel Cycle Requirements. 

A. J. Snyder. 

Department of Energy, Washington, DC. Office of Nuclear 
Energy Programs. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-683 U.S. 
Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 



prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048683 Price code: CP T1 1 

Given a forecast of nuclear electric generating capacity, it is 
important to know the consequent time-related materials and 
services required to support it. These requirements depend 
on a number of parameters such as reactor types, plant oper- 
ating capacity factor, expected availability of spent fuel re- 
processing, policies concerning plutonium utilization (as 
breeder fuel and LWR recycle). These and other conditions 
are simulated by NUFUEL which calculates and prints annual 
requirements for separative work and uranium related to a 
schedule of nuclear plant additions. Related fuel cycle quanti- 
ties such as plutonium production and requirements, require- 
ments for conversion to UF(6), for fuel fabrication, and for 
spent fuel reprocessing are also calculated and reported on a 
real-time basis. Array dimensions limit the forecasting to peri- 
ods of 30 years at a time. (ERA citation 08:0261 23)...Software 
Description: IBM370; FORTRAN IV; OS/370 MVT; The pro- 
gram requires 350K bytes to compile, 340K bytes to execute. 

GEOCOST; Geothermal Energy Cost Analysis. 

H. D. Huber, C. H. Bloomster, and R. A. Walter. 
Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-684 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048684 Price code: CP T1 5 

GEOCOST calculates the cost of generating electricity from 
geothermal energy. The version of GEOCOST in this release 
simulates the production of electricity using a steam power 
conversion cycle based upon either a dry steam or hydrother- 
mal resource. Future extensions to the model will simulate the 
production of electricity using other power conversion tech- 
nologies, particularly the binary fluid cycle. Current array di- 
mensions provide for a maximum well field size of 625 wells 
and maximum operating period of 50 years from reservoir ex- 
ploration through the economic life of the power plant. (ERA 
citation 08:025911). ..Software Description: 

CDC6600,CYBER74; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.4.2; At least 
46K (decimal) memory is required. 

EMERALD-NORMAL; PWR Activity Release and Dose. 

S. G. Gillespie, and W. K. Brunot. 
Pacific Gas and Electric Co., San Francisco, CA. Dept. of 
Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-685 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048685 Price code: CP T12 

EMERALD-NORMAL is designed for the calculation of radi- 
ation releases and exposures resulting from normal operation 
of a large pressurized water reactor. The approach used is 
similar to an analog simulation of a real system. Each compo- 
nent or volume in the plant which contains a radioactive ma- 
terial is represented by a subroutine which keeps track of the 
production, transfer, decay, and absorption of radioactivity in 
that volume. During the course of the analysis, activity is 
transferred from subroutine to subroutine in the program as it 
would be transferred from place to place in the plant. Some 
of this activity is then released to the atmosphere and to the 
discharge canal. The rates of transfer, leakage, production, 



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cleanup, decay, and release are read as input to the program. 
Subroutines are also included which calculate the off-site ra- 
diation exposures at various distances for individual isotopes 
and sums of isotopes. The program contains a library of phys- 
ical data for the forty isotopes of most interest in licensing 
calculations, and other isotopes can be added or substituted. 
Because of the flexible nature of the simulation approach, the 
EMERALD-NORMAL program can be used for most calcula- 
tions involving the production and release of radioactive ma- 
terial. These include design, operation, and licensing studies. 
Many parameters and systems included in the program, par- 
ticularly the radiation waste-treatment system, are unique to 
the PGandE Diablo Canyon PWR plant. Maxima of 50 iso- 
topes 9 distances 16 angular sectors 1 operating period 1 re- 
actor power level. (ERA citation 08:026224). ..Software De- 
scription: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370; 576K 
bytes of memory. 

VENTURE; 1, 2, or 3-Dimensiona! Multigroup Diffusion. 

D. R. Vondy, T. B. Fowler, and G. W. Cunningham. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

686 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048686 Price code: CP T19 

VENTURE solves the usual neutronics eigenvalue, adjoint, 
fixed source, and criticality search (direct and indirect) prob- 
lems, treating up to three geometric dimensions, maps power 
density and does first-order perturbation analysis at the mac- 
roscopic cross section level. (ERA citation 08:02831 5). ..Soft- 
ware Description: IBM360/91,75,195; FORTRAN IV and As- 
sembly language; OS/360; A 32K word memory is needed, 
and one much larger is preferable; auxiliary storage of the 
disk or drum type is essential, preferably several on different 
data channels. The programming for three-level hierarchy 
data storage is included to permit efficient use of an extended 
slow memory for large three-dimensional problems when such 
a memory is available. Typically, the code uses 27 logical I/O 
units. 

SITE2; Energy Facility Siting Assessment. 

N. A. Frigerio, L. J. Habegger, R. F. King, L. J. Hoover, and N. 
A. Clark. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-687 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048687 Price code: CP T1 1 

SITE2 is designed to (1) screen candidate energy facility sites 
or areas within an electric utility region, based on the region's 
physical and socioeconomic attributes, the planned facility's 
characteristics, and impact assessments, and (2) evaluate the 
cumulative regional impacts associated with alternate energy 
supply options and interregional energy import/export prac- 
tices, specifically, comparison of different energy technologies 
and their regional distribution in clustered or dispersed pat- 
terns. (ERA citation 08:025986). ..Software Description: 
IBM360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 480K bytes of core storage 
are needed for compilation and execution. 

OMCOST; Power Plant Non-Fuel Operation and 
Maintenance Cost Study. 

L C. Fuller, and M. L. Myers. 



Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

688 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 

DE83048688 Price code: CP T09 

OMCOST estimates annual operating and maintenance ex- 
penses of steam-electric power plants exclusive of fuel. Base 
load nuclear and coal-fired plant types are included. Plants 
containing one through four units with unit net electrical 
output from 400 through 1300 MW(e) may be evaluated. 
OMCOST includes the option of a limestone wet scrubbing 
system for flue gas desulfurization for coal-fired plants. Both 
the LWR nuclear and coal-fired plant models use evaporative 
cooling towers. (ERA citation 08:025969). ..Software Descrip- 
tion: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV (90%) and Assembly lan- 
guage (10%); OS/360; 86K bytes. 

FLANGE-ORNL; Analysis of Flanged Joints. 

E. C. Rodabaugh, and S. E. Moore. 

Battelle Columbus Labs., OH. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

689 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 

DE83048689 Price code: CP T09 

FLANGE-ORNL calculates appropriate loads, stresses, and 
displacements for the flanges, bolts, and gaskets that com- 
prise a flanged piping joint for internal pressure or moment 
loading on the pipe, temperature difference between the 
flange hub and ring, and variations in bolt load that result 
from pressure, hub-ring temperature gradient and/or bolt-ring 
temperature differences. Flanges considered may be tapered- 
hub, straight or blind. (ERA citation 08:028699)...Software De- 
scription: IBM360/91; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 80K bytes 
memory for extraction and 270K bytes for compilation with 
standard system I/O units. 

SEPHIS/MOD4; Solvent Extraction Simulation. 

A. D. Mitchell. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

690R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048690 Price code: CP T1 1 

SEPHIS/MOD4 simulates the solvent extraction portions of 
either the Purex or the Thorex process. The program iterative- 
ly applies an unsteady state mass balance to a series of ideal 
mixer settler stages to follow the changes in solute concen- 
trations. Reasonably good agreement has been found be- 
tween the calculated and experimental concentrations. The 
components considered by SEPHIS/MOD4 are nitric acid, 
thorium, uranium, plutonium (IV), plutonium (III), a plutonium 
reductant, and inextractable nitrate salts. A maximum of 100 
stages is allowed. SEPHIS/MOD4 does not deal with fission 
product or solvent degradation product behavior. Perfect 
mixing is assumed to occur in the mixers and in each zone of 
the settlers. Entrainment is not considered. (ERA citation 
08:025639). ..Software Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/360; 155K bytes of storage are required for execution 
of the sample problems. 

LASIP3; CCCC Standard Interface File Processor. 

G. E. Bosler, R. D. O'Dell, and W. M. Resnik. 



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Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-691 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048691 Price code: CP T13 

LASIP3 processes Version III standard interface data files 
specified by the Reactor Physics Committee on Computer 
Code Coordination (CCCC). This processor performs two dis- 
tinct tasks: namely, transforming free-field format, BCD data, 
into well-defined binary files and providing for printing and 
punching data in the binary files. (ERA citation 
08:028700)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360; 25 logical units besides the standard input/output 
units. 

SOLSYS; Solar Energy System Simulation Program. 

M. W. Edenburn, and N. R. Grandjean. 
Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-692 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048692 Price code: CP T99 

SOLSYS simulates the transient response of solar energy 
systems. It can be used to predict performance characteris- 
tics of a system; parametric studies can be performed for op- 
timization and to determine auxiliary fuel requirements. The 
program consists of a component subroutine library, an infor- 
mation subroutine library, a control-component subroutine li- 
brary, and an executive program. A maximum of 80 compo- 
nents can be used in a system. Two dummy subroutines, 
EXSUB1 and EXSUB2, may be replaced by subroutines which 
describe components which are not already modeled in the 
subroutine library. (ERA citation 08:025872). ..Software De- 
scription: CDC6600,7600; FORTRAN Extended; SCOPE 3.3, 
3.4 (CDC6600). SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600); SOLSYS requires 
135K (octal) words for program storage. An additional 45K 
(octal) of ECS is needed for data storage. Two tape drives 
are used, one for a solar data tape and one for a weather 
data tape, and a disk or tape file is generated if the plotting 
option is exercised. 

SOLDATABQ62; Albuquerque 1962 Solar Data. 

E. C. Boes. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-693 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048693 Price code: CP T15 

SOLDATABQ62 is a data collection consisting of readings of 
direct and total solar radiation intensities and related param- 
eters for solar energy systems studies. The solar data meas- 
urements are for Albuquerque, New Mexico for the year 1962. 
The items presented are: hour, wind direction, wind speed, 
dry bulb temperature, wet bulb temperature, dew point, at- 
mospheric pressure, sky cover, visibility, atmospheric precipi- 
table water vapor content, hourly integral of direct-normal ra- 
diation, hourly integral of total-horizontal radiation, six read- 
ings of direct-normal intensity at 10-minute intervals, and six 
readings of total-horizontal radiation at 10-minute intervals. 
These data were compiled from strip-chart recordings of the 
National Climatic Center, Asheville, North Carolina. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:025836)...Software Description: CDC6600; SCOPE. 



FRAPCON2;FRAP-S3;FRAP-S1; Steady State Analysis 
Oxide Fue! Rods. 

W. N. Rausch, R. E. Williford, D. D. Lanning, G. A. Berna, and 
M. P. Bohn. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-694 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048694 Price code: CP T16 

FRAPCON2 is the most recent in the FRAPCON series of fuel 
rod response modeling programs. The FRAPCON series, like 
the earlier FRAP-S and GAPCON-THERMAL codes, is de- 
signed to predict the steady-state long-term burnup response 
of oxide fuel rods in light water reactors (LWRs). In addition, 
these codes generate the initial conditions for transient fuel 
rod analysis by the FRAP-T or RELAP programs. FRAPCON2 
calculates the temperature, pressure, deformation, and failure 
histories of a fuel rod as functions of time-dependent fuel rod 
power and coolant boundary conditions. The phenomena 
modeled by the code include heat conduction through the 
fuel and cladding, cladding elastic and plastic deformation, 
fuel-cladding mechanical interaction, fission gas release, fuel 
rod internal gas pressure, heat transfer between fuel and 
cladding, cladding oxidation, and heat transfer from cladding 
to coolant. Material properties, water properties, and heat 
transfer correlation data are included. The FRAPCON series 
differs mainly from the earlier FRAP-S3 code in three re- 
spects. A different and more versatile temperature subcode, a 
dynamic dimensioning scheme, and more detailed modeling 
of the thermal and mechanical effects of fuel relocation are 
included in FRAPCON2. Other improvements include the ad- 
dition of three advanced mechanics options, four fission gas 
release options, and an uncertainty analysis option. FRAP- 
CON2 and the FRAP-S series are limited to single-rod analy- 
sis with 11 radial nodes. FRAPCON2 allows a maximum of 19 
axial nodes and a maximum of 100 power time steps. FRAP- 
S codes allow a maximum of 15 axial nodes and 69 power 
time steps. (ERA citation 08:0261 54).. .Software Description: 
CDC CYBER175,176;CDC7600;IBM360,370; FORTRAN IV 
(CDC CYBER175.176 and CDC7600), FORTRAN IV (85%) 
and BAL (15%) (IBM360); NOS (CDC CYBER175.176), NOS/ 
BE, SCOPE (CDC7600), and OS/360 (IBM360); 300,000 
(octal) words of storage are required for FRAPCON2 (CDC 
CYBER175.176); 143,000 (octal) words of storage are re- 
quired for FRAP-S3 (CDC7600); and 260K bytes of memory 
are required for execution of FRAP-S1 . 

NMMSS; Nuclear Materials Management System. 

E. H. Foreman, and W. G. Gregg. 

Union Carbide Corp., Oak Ridge, TN. Computer Sciences Div. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-695 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048695 Price code: CP T13 

Three basic programs in the Nuclear Materials Management 
and Safeguards System (NMMSS) for processing incoming 
transaction data and maintaining the current transaction data 
file are: TJEDIT, TJUPDT, and COMPAT. TJEDIT prepares, 
verifies, and maintains the integrity of data as it is introduced 
into the data base. TJUPDT maintains the current transaction 
data file on a daily basis. COMPAT maintains consistency be- 
tween related data sets on the transaction data master file. 
(ERA citation 08:025778)...Software Description: IBM370; 



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ANS COBOL Version 3; OS/370; The three programs require 
utility input and output units for the IBM SORT procedure and 
a printer. TJEDIT requires 260K bytes for execution and two 
input/output devices (tape and direct-access). TJUPDT re- 
quires 158K bytes of storage for execution and four input/ 
output devices. COM PAT requires 238 K bytes of storage for 
execution, three input/output devices (two of which must be 
direct-access), and one card punch unit. 

ENERGY; LMFBR Coolant Temperature Prediction. 

B. C. J. Chen, E. U. Khan, W. M. Rohsenow, A. A. Sonin, and 
N. E. Todreas. 

Massachusetts Inst, of Tech., Cambridge. Dept. of 
Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering. 1984, mag tape AN L/ 
NESC-696 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048696 Price code: CP T1 1 

This package consists of four independent programs, 
ENERGY1, ENERGY2, ENERGY3, and SUPERENERGY de- 
veloped for predicting coolant temperature distributions in 
wire wrapped fuel and blanket assemblies of a liquid-metal- 
cooled, fast breeder reactor. (ERA citation 08:026068). ..Soft- 
ware Description: IBM370: FORTRAN IV; OS/370; Compila- 
tion and execution required approximately 250K bytes storage 
for ENERGY1, 2, and 3; approximately 360K for SUPEREN- 
ERGY. 

F0355; Shaper Cutter Contour Generator. 

L K. Gillespie, D. Wantoch, and H. S. Edwards. 
Bendix Corp., Kansas City, MO. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-697 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048697 Price code: CP T03 

Program F0355 produces a plot which shows the geometry of 
the cutter required to produce a given external circular spur 
gear or ratchet wheel. It is particularly applicable for non-invo- 
lute tooth forms. In addition, the program can provide a com- 
parator chart for inspecting cutters, indicate whether a given 
geometry can be shaped, and be used to determine the ef- 
fects of changes in pitch diameter and related variables. The 
output of the program is a magnified drawing of the shaper 
cutter, the workpiece, and the paths of the cutter teeth. The 
program does not print a numerical description of the cutter 
profile. Only one plot is drawn per computer run. Current di- 
mensioning allows for a maximum of 2000 points to describe 
the complete profile of the workpiece. (ERA citation 
08:028701 )...Software Description: 

CDC6600,7600;IBM360,370; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.4 
(CDC6600), SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), OS/360,370 
(IBM360.370); Approximately 55,000 (octal) words (CDC6600) 
or 126K bytes (IBM370) storage are required and auxiliary 
plotting equipment is used. 

DUMP; User-Oriented Memory Dump Utility. 

T. H. Strong. 

California Univ., Berkeley. Lawrence Berkeley Lab. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-698 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048698 Price code: CP T1 1 



DUMP is a user-oriented program dumping routine which pro- 
vides diagnostics in English. It can be used to print a job's 
exchange package (operating registers) and part or all of its 
memory. It will print messages telling where the program was 
executing when it quit, why DUMP thinks it quit, and what rou- 
tines have been called. (ERA citation 08:028702)...Software 
Description: CDC7600,6200,6400,6600; FTN V.3 and COM- 
PASS V3; BKY software; 12,000 (octal) words of storage, a 
disk and printer are used. 

ORSIM; Optimizing Utility Generation Planning. 

B. E. Prince, and J. C. Turnage. 

Union Carbide Corp., Oak Ridge, TN. Nuclear Div. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-699 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048699 Price code: CP T1 2 

ORSIM is an electric power generating system integration 
model which simulates the multi-year operation of a mixed 
power system consisting of fossil, nuclear, hydroelectric, and 
pumped-storage units. For any specified refueling schedule 
for nuclear units and future load forecast, the model deter- 
mines a plan of operation for the system which attempts to 
minimize the total discounted operating cost over a specified 
study period. The analysis considers the effects of forced out- 
ages, spinning reserve operating constraints, and scheduled 
introduction and retirement of generating stations. The model 
determines a maintenance schedule for the non-nuclear sta- 
tions (nuclear stations are maintained during refueling out- 
ages) and the optimum allocation of energy-fixed nuclear and 
hydroelectric resources. It calculates the expected energy 
generated by each station in the system, by period over the 
planning horizon, based on input or calculated incremental 
operating cost. It also calculates the expected loss-of-load 
probability and unserved energy demand for each period in 
the planning horizon. An optimum operating plan, designed to 
minimize the discounted total production cost, is then calcu- 
lated, as are the costs of operating each station in the system 
and the discounted total production cost for the derived plan 
of operation. Maxima of 90 nuclear stations 90 must-run sta- 
tions (i.e., must operate at a specified capacity level) 90 two- 
piece stations (i.e., stations divided into two capacity blocks) 
90 stations per system 90 maintenance seasons. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:02651 2)...Software Description: IBM360,370,303x; 
FORTRAN IV (95%) and Assembly language (5%); OS/ 
360,370; 750K bytes of memory are required for execution, 
and card as well as printer output is generated. 

MELT3; Fast Reactor Transient Overpower Study. 

A. E. Waltar, and R. J. Shields. 

Hanford Engineering Development Lab., Richland, WA. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-700 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048700 Price code: CP T14 

MELT3 is a multichannel, neutronics, thermal-hydraulics digi- 
tal computer program developed to investigate the transient 
behavior of a fast reactor during postulated transient over- 
power conditions. Reactivity feedback resulting from Doppler 
broadening, coolant density change and expulsion, bulk core 
expansion, and fuel movement are explicitly taken into ac- 
count. The bulk of the modeling detail has been addressed to 
the in-vessel portion of the reactor plant, although the friction 
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loops can be simulated. A wide variety of accident conditions 
may be investigated. Particular modeling emphasis has, how- 
ever, been placed on the simulation capabilities required for 
an unprotected transient overpower accident sequence. Cal- 
culations for up to 20 channels (e.g., 20 pins representative 
of subassembly clusters) and 20 axial segments within the 
fuel region may be performed simultaneously. A total of 10 
different axial coolant flow zones having different flow areas 
(comprising a total of 75 nodes) can be explicitly modeled in 
the axial direction. (ERA citation 08:026069). ..Software De- 
scription: CDC6600,7600,CYBER74; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 
3.4 (CDC6600.CYBER74), SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600); With 
dummy plot routines, the steady state program requires 
1 1 1 ,000 (octal) words of storage and 4 logical units. The tran- 
sient program requires 161,000 (octal) words of storage and 
approximately 300K (decimal) words of peripheral storage on 
9 logical units for wrapup and plotting. 

BEAMCRP; Finite-Element Beam Creep Analysis. 

W. H. Sutherland. 

Hanford Engineering Development Lab., Richland, WA. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-701R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048701 Price code: CP T1 1 

BEAMCRP is a finite-element computer program which solves 
for stresses and total strains (elastic plus creep) in beams. 
The beams may have variable cross sections along the length 
(x-direction). However, the cross sections must be symmetri- 
cal about the y-axis. Besides prescribed displacements and 
tractions, the boundary conditions may also include limited 
free travel and elastic spring supports. Time-dependent vari- 
ations in applied loads, thermal gradients and material swell- 
ing can also be analyzed. Arbitrary creep and material swell- 
ing laws can be used. For beam bending in the x-y plane 
only, a maximum of 100 elements and 101 nodes can be 
used. A beam can have 10 layers of different materials and 
15 changes in cross section. For combined beam bending in 
the x-y and x-z planes, the maxima of elements and modes 
are 50 and 51, respectively. (ERA citation 08:028703)...Soft- 
ware Description: CDC6600.7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; 
145,000 (octal) words of storage, a tape unit for plot output, 
and 7 input/output files besides the system input/output 
units. 

COMPARE; Transient Flow in Vented Fluid System. 

R. G. Gido, R. G. Lawton, C. J. Grimes, and J. A. Kudrick. 
Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-702 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048702 Price code: CP T09 

COMPARE performs transient calculation of the thermody- 
namic conditions in volumes connected by flowing junctions 
with provision for mass and energy addition. Volume thermo- 
dynamics and junction flows are for homogeneous mixtures 
of: steam, two-phase water, any three perfect gases, or com- 
binations of the above. Critical vent flow is based on the 
Moody equation. Subcritical flow is based on compressible 
orifice flow of an ideal gas-like mixture with inlet and exit 
losses resulting in a polytropic flow process. Flow with inertia 
is calculated on the basis of an incompressible subelement 
relationship. The program was written to perform transient 
subcompartment analysis of nuclear power plants. The pro- 



gram currently provides for maxima of: 100 volumes 200 junc- 
tions 5 mass and energy addition tables (blowdown sets). 
Water temperature is restricted to the range 278 to 620K (40 
to 656F). (ERA citation 08:026250)...Software Description: 
CDC6600,7600;IBM360,370; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.4 
(CDC6600), SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), OS/360,370 
(IBM360.370); 35,000 (octal) words (CDC6600.7600) or 125K 
bytes. 

ORCENT2; Nuclear Steam Turbine Cycle Analysis. 

L C. Fuller. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

703 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048703 Price code: CP T12 

ORCENT2 performs heat and mass balance calculations at 
valves-wide-open design conditions, maximum guaranteed 
rating conditions, and an approximation of part-load condi- 
tions for steam turbine cycles supplied with throttle steam, 
characteristic of contemporary light-water reactors. The pro- 
gram handles both condensing and back-pressure turbine ex- 
haust arrangements. Turbine performance calculations are 
based on the General Electric Company method for 1800-rpm 
large steam turbine-generators operating with light-water- 
cooled nuclear reactors. Output includes all information nor- 
mally shown on a turbine-cycle heat balance diagram. 
Maxima of 12 feed-water heaters and 5 moisture removal 
stages in the low-pressure turbine section. Limited to 1800- 
rpm tandem-compound turbine-generators with single- or 
double-flow high pressure sections and one, two, or three 
double-flow low-pressure turbine sections. (ERA citation 
08:026035)...Software Description: IBM360,370,303x; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/360,370; 21 OK bytes of storage were needed 
for execution of the sample problems on an IBM3033. 

COMCAN;COMCAN2A; System Safety Common Cause 
Analysis. 

G. R. Burdick, J. R. Wilson, N. H. Marshall, and D. M. 
Rasmuson. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-704 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048704 Price code: CP T13 

COMCAN2A and COMCAN are designed to analyze complex 
systems such as nuclear plants for common causes of failure. 
A common cause event, or common mode failure, is a sec- 
ondary cause that could contribute to the failure of more than 
one component and violates the assumption of independ- 
ence. Analysis of such events is an integral part of system re- 
liability and safety analysis. A significant common cause event 
is a secondary cause common to all basic events in one or 
more minimal cut sets. Minimal cut sets containing events 
from components sharing a common location or a common 
link are called common cause candidates. Components share 
a common location if no barrier insulates any one of them 
from the secondary cause. A common link is a dependency 
among components which cannot be removed by a physical 
barrier (e.g., a common energy source or common mainte- 
nance instructions). COMCAN is limited to the analysis of 
fault tree minimal cut sets produced by other programs while 
COMCAN2A is an independent program, utilizing the fault tree 
code FATRAM, which is incorporated as a program module, 



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for a thorough analysis of the fault tree for sources of 
common cause failures. (ERA citation 08:026251). ..Software 
Description: IBM360;CDC CYBER176.175; FORTRAN IV 
(30%) and BAL (70%) (IBM360), FORTRAN IV (97%) and 
COMPASS (3%) (CDC CYBER176); OS/360 (IBM360) and 
NOS/BE 1.4 (CDC CYBER176), NOS 1.3 (CDC CYBER175); 
140K bytes of memory for COMCAN and 242K (octal) words 
of memory for COMCAN2A. 

EPISODEB; Solve Ordinary Differential Equations 
Systems with Banded Jacobian. 

G. D. Byrne, and A. C. Hindmarsh. 

Pittsburgh Univ., PA. Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-705 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048705 Price code: CP T1 1 

EPISODEB is a package of eight subroutines for the numeri- 
cal solution of the initial value problem for systems of first 
order ordinary differential equations whose Jacobian matrices 
are banded or can be approximated by band matrices. The 
package can be used for either stiff or non-stiff systems 
whose Jacobians can be approximated by band matrices. It is 
especially suited to problems with intermittent high-speed 
transients or waves. EPISODEB is best suited to problems 
with intermittent high-speed transients or waves. Smooth or 
linear problems can lead to high overhead costs. Current di- 
mensioning allows for 100 simultaneous equations. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:028704). ..Software Description: IBM360.370; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/360,370; 102K bytes are used to execute the 
double-precision version of the sample problem. 

THI3D; Thermal-Hydraulic Multichannel Analysis. 

W. T Sha. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-706 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048706 Price code: CP T13 

THI3D is a computer program for steady-state, single-phase, 
thermal-hydraulic multichannel analysis. The model accounts 
for conservation of mass, energy, and momentum (both axial 
and transverse) subject to pressure-drop boundary conditions 
and leads to a nonlinear, multipoint boundary-value problem. 
Turbulent interchange, radial thermal conduction, and forced 
flow due to the wire wrap or grid between channels are ex- 
plicitly taken into account. Temperature distributions in the 
coolant, cladding, fuel, and duct wall, and the size of the cen- 
tral void of the oxide fuel after thermal restructuring are com- 
puted. Three different thermal-hydraulic channel arrange- 
ments (square, hexagonal, and triangular) can be treated. 
Multipin analysis with transverse interactions, or multiassem- 
bly calculations without transverse interactions between the 
channels, can be performed. Problems of partial flow block- 
age (porous blockage) can be analyzed, and the effect on the 
redistribution of the inlet mass velocity can be taken into ac- 
count. Maximum of 217-pin bundle problem with unlimited 
axial steps. A lumped-parameter approach is assumed valid, 
i.e., a reactor channel may be either a fuel pin or a fuel as- 
sembly with associated coolant. All system parameters within 
a channel at a given elevation are uniform and radially iso- 
tropic. (ERA citation 08:026070). ..Software Description: 



IBM370; FORTRAN IV; OS/MVT; 260K bytes storage (for 19- 
pin bundle) and 2 scratch disks or tapes. 

CREEP-PLAST; Two-Dimensional Inelastic Structural 
Analysis. 

Y. R. Rashid, and J. A. Clinard. 

General Electric Co., San Jose, CA. Nuclear Fuels Dept. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-707R U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048707 Price code: CP T13 

CREEP-PLAST is a two-dimensional finite-element program 
for creep and plasticity analysis of metal structures operating 
at high temperature. The technique employed considers in- 
stantaneous time-independent elastic-plastic and time-de- 
pendent creep simultaneously in an incremental procedure 
which requires the user to select his own discrete time and/or 
load increments. The method of calculation is based on the 
assumption that the total strain at any instant consists of 
elastic, plastic, and creep parts with essentially no interde- 
pendence between the plastic and creep components. 
CREEP-PLAST is capable of predicting deformations, 
stresses, and total accumulated strains as functions of time 
and/or load for user-specified thermal and mechanical load- 
ings which can be varied independently. The program can be 
used to analyze plane or axisymmetric structures. Two post- 
processor graphics programs use plot output files from 
CREEP-PLAST to display the time and/or mechanical load 
histories of nodal displacement, stress, strain, and tempera- 
ture (HISTORY-PLOT) or contour lines of whole field defor- 
mations and stress, strain, or temperature (CONTOUR-PLOT). 
Maxima of 900 nodes 1800 elements 200 solution incre- 
ments. (ERA citation 08:028705). ..Software Description: 
IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV (95%) and BAL (5%); OS/ 
360,370 Level 21.6; A maximum of 400K bytes of memory is 
required for out-of-core solutions. Size may vary up to 1 500K 
bytes for in-core solution of larger problems. An overlay 
system is used and significant scratch storage space is re- 
quired for large problems. CREEP-PLAST executed in ap- 
proximately 750K bytes of storage, as it is presently config- 
ured, in a non-overlay format. The plotting programs HISTO- 
RY-PLOT and CONTOUR-PLOT each execute in less than 
1 70K bytes of storage. 

WIGL3; One-Dimensional Space-Time Diffusion with 
Feedback. 

A. V. Vota, N. J. Curlee, Jr., A. F. Henry, and L D. Eisenhart. 
Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1 984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-708R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048708 Price code: CP T12 

WIGL3 is a program for the steady-state and transient solu- 
tion of the one-dimensional, two-group, space-time diffusion 
equations. The program will treat slab, cylindrical, and spheri- 
cal geometries and includes nonboiling neat transfer. Control 
rod motion and control system feedback based on total core 
power or outlet coolant temperature can be simulated. Tran- 
sients may be excited by prescribed changes in inlet coolant 
temperature, coolant flow rate, or rod position. For the 
steady-state option, criticality may be achieved by adjusting 
control rod position, reference coolant density, or reference 
fuel temperature. No restrictions are placed on single param- 



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eters related to problem size. The total amount of storage set 
aside for all parameters is 14,000 memory locations. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:0261 55)...Software Description: CDC6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV; SCOPE 3.3; 154,000 (octal) central memory words 
and one disk for storage of permanent files. The number of 
central memory words required could be decreased by de- 
creasing the amount of storage set aside for parameters. This 
would also further limit problem size. If the ability to store 
data on disk for succeeding WIGL3 problems is not desired, 
the disk is not needed. 

NIXLIN; Least Squares Fit to Nonlinear Forms. 

L M. Arnett. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SO Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-709 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048709 Price code: CP T03 

NIXLIN performs a function minimization by a direct search it- 
erative process that has the advantage of requiring no deriva- 
tive evaluations. This particular version is well-suited to fitting 
nonlinear models to experimental data and to the solution of 
systems of nonlinear simultaneous equations. (ERA citation 
08:028706)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360; The program requires 240K bytes to compile, 76K 
bytes to execute. 

HAMOC; Fluid Hammer Analysis of Piping System. 

H. G. Johnson. 

Hanford Engineering Development Lab., Richland, WA. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-710 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048710 Price code: CP T1 1 

HAMOC determines the pressure transients in piping systems 
attached to a reactor vessel which has been perturbed, by a 
hypothetical core disruptive accident (HCDA) for example. 
The continuity and momentum equations are solved. The 
energy equation is not programmed, but simplified column 
separation logic is included to treat vapor pressures below 
saturation. This simplified approach has been checked 
against experimental data. HAMOC was written specifically for 
problems in which forcing pressures are known as a function 
of time at certain end boundary conditions, rather than as a 
general purpose code for the solution of pump coastdown or 
valve closing problems. (ERA citation 08:026252). ..Software 
Description: CDC6600,7600,CYBER74-18; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 3.4.2 (CYBER74-18), SCOPE 3.4.4 (CDC6600), 
SCOPE 2.1.3 (CDC7600); A 131 K machine is required with 
dummy plot routines; HAMOC requires 101,000 (octal) words 
of storage. A tape is used to store data for offline plotting. 



GEOCOST-BC, simulates the production of electricity using a 
binary fluid cycle based upon a hydrothermal resource. Cur- 
rent array dimensions provide for a maximum well field size of 
625 wells and maximum operating period of 50 years from 
reservoir exploration through the economic life of the power 
plant. (ERA citation 08:02591 2)...Software Description: 
CDC6600.CYBER74; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.4.3; At least 
55K (decimal) memory. 

WREM-TOODEE2/MOD3; Two-Dimensional Time- 
Dependent Fuel Element Study. 

G. N. Lauben. 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC. Div. of 
Systems Safety. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-712 U.S. 
Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048712 Price code: CP T14 

WREM-TOODEE2 is a two-dimensional, time-dependent, fuel- 
element thermal analysis program. Its primary purpose is to 
evaluate fuel-element thermal response during post-LOCA 
refill and reflood in a pressurized water reactor (PWR). 
WREM-TOODEE2 considers only axisymmetric geometry al- 
though the equations for slab and polar geometry are includ- 
ed in the program. (ERA citation 08:026036)...Software De- 
scription: IBM360,370;CDC7600,CYBER175; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360.370 (IBM370), SCOPE 2.4 (CDC7600), NOS 1.3 
(CDC7600); 31 5K bytes (IBM370); 143,000 (octal) words 
(CDCCYBER175). 

SYN3D; Single-Channel Flux Synthesis Diffusion. 

C. H. Adams. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-713 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048713 Price code: CP T15 

SYN3D solves the direct and adjoint, diffusion theory, static 
eigenvalue equations in two and three dimensions. The ge- 
ometries available are x-y, r-z, x-y-z and triangular-z. The only 
serious limitation is on the product of the number of groups 
and the maximum number of expansion functions used at any 
particular axial elevation. (ERA citation 08:028707)...Software 
Description: IBM370/195;CDC7600; FORTRAN IV (H Ex- 
tended compiler) and Assembly language (IBM370), FOR- 
TRAN IV and COMPASS (CDC7600); OS/370 (IBM370) and 
SCOPE (CDC7600); The 370 version requires as a minimum 
35K full-word storage to execute small problems and runs 
more efficiently with increased storage capacity. Depending 
on the complexity of the problem, SYN3D may require up to 
45 logical units. To execute the 370's sample problems, 470K 
words of memory are needed. The 7600 version requires 
55,000 (octal) words of small core memory. 



GEOCOST-BC; Binary Cycle Geothermal Cost Study. 

H. D. Huber, C. H. Bloomster, and R. A. Walter. 
Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-711 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE830487 1 1 Price code: CP T1 5 

GEOCOST calculates the cost of generating electricity from 
geothermal energy. The version of GEOCOST in this release, 



SPOOL-FIRE; Spray-Pool Burning of Sodium. 

I. Charak, and L. W. Person. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

71 4R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048714 Price code: CP T09 

SPOOL-FIRE calculates the pressure and temperatures within 
a containment building as a result of a sodium fire. The fire is 



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assumed to occur in two distinct phases: a spray and a pool. 
The spray fire is conservatively assumed to occur instanta- 
neously. The code calculates all important temperatures, ac- 
counting for heat loss from the building to the environment, 
as well as leakage of the containment atmosphere under con- 
ditions of internal overpressure. (ERA citation 
08:026253)...Software Description: IBM370; FORTRAN IV and 
CSMP; OS/370; 178K bytes of memory. 

IMPAC2; Edition B; Shipping Container Impact Analysis. 

J. B. Payne, and J. Counts. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-715 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048715 Price code: CP T09 

IMPAC2 solves the equations of motion for a one-dimension- 
al, lumped-mass, nonlinear spring mathematical container 
model. The program was designed to analyze the dynamic re- 
sponse of metallic shipping containers impacting an unyield- 
ing surface. The container may consist of several hollow con- 
centric cylinders, each of a different material and length. The 
maximum number of masses is 100. Maximum of 10 different 
materials. The first seven are: steel, clad lead, uranium, pine, 
lead, balsa, and marine plywood. (ERA citation 
08:028708)...Software Description: CDC7600.6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV; LASL CROS Operating System and the CDC 
SCOPE; 55,000 (octal) words of memory are required on the 
CDC7600 and 70,000 (octal) words of memory on the 
CDC6600 for execution, along with a card-image input unit 
and a printer. 

SPRAY3; Sodium Spray Release Safety Analysis. 

P. R. Shire. 

Hanford Engineering Development Lab., Richland, WA. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-716 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048716 Price code: CP T09 

SPRAYS performs the calculations of thermodynamics, heat 
and mass transfer, and combustion of sodium spray droplets 
released in an LMFBR cell as a result of postulated piping 
failure. Droplet motion and large sodium surface area com- 
bine to produce rapid heat release and pressure rise within 
the enclosed volume. Present verification of the code against 
experimental evidence limits the droplet size range to 0.01 to 
0.30 inch with oxygen concentrations ranging from to 21 
percent. The number of space increments should be in the 
range of 1 to 50 for stability and accuracy. (ERA citation 
08:026254)...Software Description: CDC 

CYBER74;CDC6600,7600; FORTRAN; SCOPE 3.4; An input 
device to read cards or card-image input data and output de- 
vices for paper and microfiche copy of digital information and 
micrographic for plot output are utilized. These requirements 
may be easily modified. 

NAHAMMER; Fluid Hammer Analysis Piping System. 

W. L Chen, D. H. Thompson, Y. W. Shin, and H. S. Edwards. 
Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-717 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 



DE83048717 Price code: CP T09 

NAHAMMER analyzes short-term pressure-pulse transients in 
a closed hydraulic system consisting of series or parallel 
piping, pipe junctions, diameter discontinuities, elbows, junc- 
tions of three to six branches, orifices, accoustic-impedance 
discontinuities, dummy junctions, dead ends, and free sur- 
faces in surge tanks. The working fluid is assumed to be 
sodium without cavitation. The program currently provides for 
maxima of: 50 legs 120 nodes per leg 50 junctions 10 plen- 
ums (surge tanks). The assumption of linearity restricts the 
maximum pressure at any propagating wave front in sodium 
to about 5800 psi. Calculations are limited to liquid sodium in 
the absence of cavitation. (ERA citation 08:026255)...Soft- 
ware Description: IBM360,370;CDC6600,7600; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360,370 (IBM36Q.370), SCOPE 3.4.3 (CDC6600), or 
SCOPE 2.1.2 (CDC7600); 362K bytes (IBM360.370), Or 
126,000 (octal) words (CDC6600.7600) of storage. 

NATRANSIENT; Fluid Hammer Analysis One-Dimensional 
Piping. 

Y. W. Shin. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-718 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048718 Price code: CP T09 

NATRANSIENT analyzes short-term pressure-pulse transients 
in a closed hydraulic system consisting of series or parallel 
piping, pipe junctions, diameter discontinuities, junctions of 
three to six branches, closed ends, surge tanks, far ends, 
dummy junctions, acoustic impedance discontinuities, and 
rupture disks. The working fluid is assumed to be liquid 
sodium without cavitation. The source pressure pulse is as- 
sumed to be generated by a sodium-water reaction according 
to the dynamic model of Zaker and Salmon. The program cur- 
rently provides for maxima of: 50 legs 120 nodes per leg 50 
junctions 1 surge tanks. Cavitation is assumed to be absent. 
To specify a working fluid other than sodium, the source pro- 
gram must be changed. (ERA citation 08:026256).. .Software 
Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370; 166K 
bytes of storage are required. 

NATRAN2; Fluid Hammer Analysis One-Dimensional and 
Two-Dimensional Systems. 

Y. W. Shin, and R. A. Valentin. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-719 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048719 Price code: CP T1 1 

NATRAN2 analyzes short-term pressure-pulse transients in a 
closed hydraulic system consisting of a two-dimensional axi- 
symmetric domain connected to a one-dimensional piping 
network. The one-dimensional network may consist of series 
or parallel piping, pipe junctions, diameter discontinuities, 
junctions of three to six branches, closed ends, surge tanks, 
far ends, dummy junctions, acoustic impedance discontinu- 
ities, and rupture disks. By default, the working fluid is as- 
sumed to be liquid sodium without cavitation; but another 
working fluid can be specified in terms of its density, sonic 
speed, and viscosity. The source pressure pulse can arise 
from one of the following: a pressure-time function specified 
at some point in the two-dimensional domain, a pressure-time 



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function or a sodium-water reaction specified at some point in 
the one-dimensional domain. The pressure pulse from a 
sodium-water reaction is assumed to be generated according 
to the dynamic model of Zaker and Salmon, Maxima of: 1 
two-dimensional cylindrical region, 30 grid points in the r-di- 
rection, 60 grid points in the z-direction, 50 one-dimensional 
pipe branches, 120 nodes per pipe branch, 50 junctions, and 
10 surge tanks. Cavitation is assumed to be absent. In the 
two-dimensional analysis, viscosity effects are neglected. 
(ERA citation 08:026257). ..Software Description: IBM360,370; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370; 452K bytes of storage are re- 
quired. If plotting information is to be written on logical unit 
10, a disk or tape unit is needed for this purpose. 

RICE-LASL; Chemically Reactive Mixture Flow. 

W. C. Rivard, O. A. Farmer, and T. D. Butler. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-720 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048720 Price code: CP T1 1 

The fluid dynamics of chemically reactive mixtures are calcu- 
lated at arbitrary flow speeds with the RICE-LASL program. 
Application is made to continuous wave HF chemical lasers 
to compute the supersonic mixing and chemical reactions that 
take place in the lasing cavity. (ERA citation 
08:026804).. .Software Description: CDC7600,6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV; LASL CROS system. 

WFLLL2B; Wire Configuration Frequency Domain. 

D. L. Lager, R. J. Lytle, and G. A. Burrel. 
Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-721 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048721 Price code: CP T12 

WFLLL2B solves the problem of electromagnetic radiation 
from wire structures in free space or in the presence of a 
lossy half-space, including structures penetrating the inter- 
face. Antenna structures may be composed of many intercon- 
nected wires of differing radii, which may be impedance 
loaded. Electric space and surface wave fields may be evalu- 
ated. At least six current samples/wavelength should be used 
in setting up a numerical model, and the segment-length to 
wire-radius ratio should be greater than 5 for the thin-wire ap- 
proximations to be valid. The two geometric optics ground 
treatment methods and Norton's formulas are valid only for 
structures located in the upper half-space. No more than 300 
segments can be processed. (ERA citation 08:028709). ..Soft- 
ware Description: CDC7600; The program was written origi- 
nally in LRLTRAN and converted to FORTRAN; SCOPE. 

CRAC; Calculation of Reactor Accident Consequences. 

R. M. Blond. 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC. Office of 
Nuclear Regulatory Research. 1984, mag tape ANL/ NESC- 
722 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048722 Price code: CP T16 

The CRAC code was developed in support of the Reactor 
Safety Study (WASH-1400) to assess the risk from potential 



accidents at nuclear power plants. (ERA citation 
08:026258)...Software Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/VS2 Release 3.7A (IBM370), OS/MVT (IBM360); The 
program requires 190K when overlayed on the IBM360/370, 
and over 300K if not overlayed. Disk files should be available. 
Tapes may be substituted but will degrade the execution time 
substantially. 

SOLA-ICE; Transient Compressible Fluid Flow. 

L. D. Cloutman, C. W. Hirt, and N. C. Romero. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-723 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048723 Price code: CP T03 

SOLA-ICE is a numerical solution algorithm for transient, arbi- 
trarily compressible fluid flows. A simple equation of state and 
constant diffusion coefficients are assumed, and there is no 
provision for internal obstacles. (ERA citation 
08:027051).. .Software Description: CDC7600.6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV; CROS, SCOPE, KRONOS, and NOS. 

MOBY; Mobile Home Heating and Cooling Energy Use. 

J. V. Wilson. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

724 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048724 Price code: CP T09 

MOBY calculates daily heating and cooling energy require- 
ments for a mobile home, or other structure of light construc- 
tion and box-like shape, using hourly weather data from tapes 
available from NOAA, the National Oceanographic and At- 
mospheric Administration. The interior of the building must be 
considered as a single space. The building must be rectangu- 
lar in horizontal cross section. (ERA citation 
08:026534)...Software Description: IBM360/75.360/91; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/360; 82K bytes of storage, a tape unit, card 
reader and printer are required for execution of the program 
as written. 

JCLCROSS; DSN Cross-Reference List from JCL 
PROCLIBS. 

J. Amick. 

Hallmark Cards, Inc., Kansas City, MO. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-725 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048725 Price code: CP T09 

The JCLCROSS program scans PROCLIBs and produces a 
cross-reference listing of DSNAME, PROGNAME, STEP- 
NAME, DISP, UNIT, and PGM parameters. The list may be 
sorted as desired and passed to the JCLCROSP program for 
printing with page headings. 1 50 symbolic parameters defined 
in the PROC statement. (ERA citation 08:02871 0)...Software 
Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN, Assembler, and COBOL 
are used. The MAIN and BUILD routines are written in FOR- 
TRAN. Subroutines FPARM, KOMSTR, STRMOV, GETDD, 
GETMEM, READL, FINDCH, and UVFW20 are written in BAL. 
JCLCROSP is an auxiliary COBOL routine; OS/VS/MVS, 
FORTRAN G or H, UTILITY SORT, ANS COBOL, Assembler; 
The NESC ran the program using 94K bytes of memory. 



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NAIAD; Compressible Two-Phase Coolant Behavior. 

G. D. Trimble, and W. J. Turner. 

Australian Atomic Energy Commission, Sutherland. 1 984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-726 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048726 Price code: CP T1 5 

NAIAD computes the transient (including LOCA) and steady- 
state flow of two-phase compressible light water in a network 
of heated channels. The momentum flux term is included and 
unequal phase velocities allowed. A lumped fuel model and 
detailed surface heat transfer are included. Thermodynamic 
equilibrium of the two phases is assumed. Discharge flow is 
calculated intrinsically from the hydraulic equations. The ANC 
pump model is included. Versions of the program can be 
easily generated to handle any size problem. The standard 
NAIAD code is limited to 50 axial nodes and 10 channels. 
(ERA citation 08:027052).. .Software Description: IBM360; 
FORTRAN IV (H OPT2) and Assembly language; OS/360 
MVT; 240K bytes of main storage and a 132-column printer 
are required. 

K-FIX; Transient Two-Dimensional Two-Phase Flow. 

W. C. Rivard, and M. D. Torrey. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-727 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048727 Price code: CP T1 1 

The transient dynamics of two-dimensional, two-phase flow 
with interfacial exchange are calculated at all flow speeds. 
Each phase is described in terms of its own density, velocity, 
and temperature. Separate sets of field equations govern the 
gas and liquid phase dynamics. The six field equations for the 
two phases couple through mass, momentum, and energy ex- 
change. (ERA citation 08:027053). ..Software Description: 
CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; The sample problem, ex- 
cluding plotting routines, took less than 22,000 words of stor- 
age. 

SLIDES; For DISSPLA-Lettered Slides and Posters. 

R Bertrand. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-728 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048728 Price code: CP T09 

The SLIDES program takes text and commands as input and 
prepares lettered slides and posters, utilizing the DISSPLA 
graphics subroutines to generate its output. The program 
automatically selects the character-size so that the text fills 
the designated area. The ANL-AMD plotter subroutines permit 
the output to be displayed on an interactive graphics terminal 
or alternatively directed to any AMD plotter. The SLIDES pro- 
gram does not limit the number of slides nor the number and 
complexity of posters produced in a single run; however, local 
system parameters may impose such limitations. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:028711). ..Software Description: IBM360.370; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/360 (IBM360), OS/370 (IBM370); 250K bytes 
of storage, DISSPLA software and appropriate plotting de- 
vices. 

DYNDSK; Optimal Disk Data Set Reordering. 



F. C. Fortune. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SO Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-729 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048729 Price code: CP T09 

DYNDSK optimizes the placement of data sets on an IBM 
3330/2314 disk pack to reduce seek time (arm travel) and 
forecast improvement expected after reorganization. Data 
sets are theoretically reordered based on size and number of 
references. With known percentages of seeks between data 
sets the program computes the average number of cylinders 
traveled per seek. Input data consists of addresses captured 
by a DYNAPROBE 8000 hardware monitor and specification 
of the present location of the data sets. Only one disk pack 
can be analyzed at a time. (ERA citation 08:02871 2). ..Soft- 
ware Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV and BAL; OS/ 
VS2 Release 3.7A (IBM370), OS/MVT (IBM360); 58K core 
storage for execution. 

HETRAP; Fuel Rod Response LOCA Experiments. 

S. Malang, and R. A. Hedrick. 

Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe G.m.b.H. (Germany, F.R.). 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-730 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048730 Price code: CP T09 

HETRAP is a heat transfer analysis program developed for 
use in the evaluation of LOCA experiments. Its major applica- 
tion is calculation of heat flux and heat transfer coefficients at 
the surface of an electrically-heated rod during a fast tran- 
sient, using measured temperatures in the rod. In addition, the 
code can be used to calculate the steady-state and transient 
temperature fields in fuel rods and electrically-heated rods for 
given heat transfer coefficients. Maxima of 10 cross sections 
50 nodes in each cross section 50 materials in each cross 
section 1000 variable pairs in transient calculations. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:026259). ..Software Description: IBM360/75.360/91; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/360; Approximately 260K bytes storage, a 
tape unit, card reader, and printer are required. 

SUPORT; Solution of Boundary-Value Problems. 

M. R. Scott, H. A. Watts, and L. Eyberger. 
Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-731 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048731 Price code: CP T1 1 

SUPORT solves a system of linear two-point boundary-value 
problems subject to general separated boundary conditions. 
The boundary-value problem must be linear and the boundary 
conditions must be separated. The number of equations 
which can be solved is dependent upon the main storage 
available. (ERA citation 08:02871 3). ..Software Description: 
CDC6000-7000;IBM370,303x; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.3 
(CDC6600), OS/370 (IBM370); 5500 (octal) words 
(CDC6600), 116K bytes. 

LOCK; Few-Channel Coolant-Flow Blockage Study. 

A. Ohtsubo. 



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Power Reactor and Nuclear Fuel Development Corp., Tokyo 

(Japan). 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-732 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048732 Price code: CP T1 1 

LOCK was developed to study the problem of local blockage 
of coolant flow in a few channels in a fast breeder reactor. 
The program is designed to perform thermal calculations in 
the steady state and to calculate the transient behavior in 
temperature of the coolant and cladding. The heat transfer 
which is taken into account includes heat transmission mixing, 
thermal conduction, and cross flow. Maxima of 30 total 
number of channels, claddings, and fuels; 15 channels (NCH); 
15 claddings (NSF); 5 blocked channels (IBLOCK); 100 mesh 
points in axial direction; 20 mesh points in flowrate restoring 
part (MSLX); 10 print spaces (LPRINT); 50 prints for arrange- 
ment; 100 time-steps. (ERA citation 08:026071 )...Software 
Description: FACOM230;IBM360,370; FORTRAN IV; OS2/VS 
(FACOM), OS/360 (IBM360); 240K memory, card reader, 
tape drive, line printer. 



08:026261 )...Software Description: CDC 

CYBER74,73,175;CDC6500; FORTRAN IV (92%) and COM- 
PASS (8%). MARCH1.1 was developed using CDC FOR- 
TRAN Extended; NOS/BE 1.4 (CDC CYBER74) and NOS 1.3 
(CDC CYBER175); MARCH1.1 requires approximately 21 5K 
(octal) words of memory for execution. 

PIRAX2; Simplified Inelastic Piping Analysis. 

E. C. Rodabaugh, and J. A. Clinard. 

Battelle Columbus Labs., OH. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

735R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048735 Price code: CP T1 1 

PIRAX2 estimates displacements, stresses, and strains for 
spatially three-dimensional piping systems subjected to elas- 
tic-plastic-creep behavior. The piping system must not contain 
loops. Maxima of 100 nodal points, 10 materials, and 20 time- 
step intervals are permitted. (ERA citation 08:02871 4).. .Soft- 
ware Description: CDC6400; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.4.1 
Level 373; 1 00,000 (octal) words of memory. 



RELAP3B/MOD110; Reactor System Transient Code. 

A. Aronson. 

Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-733 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048733 Price code: CP T1 5 

RELAP3B describes the behavior of water-cooled nuclear re- 
actors during postulated accidents or power transients, such 
as large reactivity excursions, coolant losses or pump failures. 
The program calculates flows, mass and energy inventories, 
pressures, temperatures, and steam qualities along with varia- 
bles associated with reactor power, reactor heat tranr'ar, or 
control systems. Its versatility aliows one to describe Tiple 
hydraulic systems as well as complex reactor sys ms. 
RELAP3B allows a maximum of 75 volumes connected by a 
maximum of 1 00 junctions, with no restrictions as to the order 
of these connections. However, these maxima may be in- 
creased to far greater limits on a large computer. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:026260)...Software Description: CDC7600; FORTRAN 
IV; SCOPE 2.1; 153,000 (octal) words of central memory and 
1 54,000 (octal) words of large core memory are required. 

MARCH 1.1; LWR Meltdown Accident Response Model. 

R. O. Wooton. 

Battelle Columbus Labs., OH. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

734 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048734 Price code: CP T14 

MARCH1.1 calculates primary system and containment re- 
sponse to small or large pipe breaks and transient accidents, 
which when combined with failure of engineered safety fea- 
tures can lead to core meltdown in water cooled reactors. 
The containment can be divided into up to 8 interconnected 
compartment volumes. Engineered safety features which can 
be modeled include ECCS, containment sprays, containment 
building coolers, containment fans, PWR ice condensers, 
BWR pressure suppression pools, and ECC and containment 
spray recirculation heat exchangers. (ERA citation 



BIOSSIM; Biochemical Kinetic Simulation System. 

D. Garfinkel. 

Moore School of Electrical Engineering, Philadelphia, PA. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-736 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048736 Price code: CP T14 

BIOSSIM determines the time course of chemical reactions in 
chemical (or biochemical) systems. The user inputs a descrip- 
tion of the chemical reactions of the system with initial chemi- 
cal concentrations and reaction rate constants. The program 
calculates the concentrations of these chemicals as a func- 
tion of time. While the simulation program is designed for 
chemical systems, it has features which facilitate the ability to 
work with distribution equations for enzyme forms. The simu- 
lation program may also be applied to other areas where ap- 
propriate. It has been applied to compartmental analysis of 
radioactive tracer data in physiological modeling and interact- 
ing animals in ecological systems. In general, this program 
can be used as a differential equation solver for any set of 
simultaneous linear or nonlinear differential equations of first 
and higher orders. The generator and simulator programs are 
set up for: 200 chemicals 200 reactions 50 stoichiometries 12 
chemicals per reaction 50 enzyme forms. If the user wants to 
simulate larger systems, the appropriate array dimensions 
must be modified in the generator program. (ERA citation 
08:027524)... Software Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN 
(99%) and Assembler (1%); OS/360 (IBM360), OS/370 
(IBM370); 155K of memory for execution. 

DIFFUSER; Two-Dimensional Subsonic MHD Diffuser 
Performance. 

E. Doss, and H. Geyer. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-737 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048737 Price code: CP T09 

The DIFFUSER program uses a turbulent-flow model to cal- 
culate the performance of two-dimensional subsonic diffusers 



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and of three-dimensional diffusers under the assumption of 
similarity of the top, bottom, and side wall boundary layers. 
The code cannot handle properly 1) the modeling of the tur- 
bulent Reynolds stress in an adverse pressure gradient with 
large boundary layers, 2) interaction corner effects of the 
boundary layers on the four walls of the channel, 3) transition- 
ary stall and 4) separated flow. (ERA citation 
08:026522)...Software Description: IBM370; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/370 MVT/ASP system with ANL-AMD function library, 
SYS1.FORTLIB2; 125K bytes of memory. 



ments and 1000 nodes for general two-dimensional problems 
and 16 elements and 16 nodes for pipe-wall problems. (ERA 
citation 08:02871 6)...Software Description: IBM360.370; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/MVT (IBM360), OS/370 (IBM370); About 
187,000 double-precision (8 byte) words of storage are re- 
quired in the general-purpose model for the solution of mod- 
erate-sized problems. About 35,000 double precision words of 
storage are required for pipe-wall problems. 1450K bytes 
were required for NESC execution of the general-purpose 
model, 280K bytes for the pipe-wall one. 



ARSTEC; Nonlinear Mixed Integer Optimization. 

D. M. Rasmuson, and N. H. Marshall. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-738 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048738 Price code: CP T03 

The ARSTEC program was written to solve nonlinear, mixed 
integer, optimization problems. An example of such a problem 
in the nuclear industry is the allocation of redundant parts in 
the design of a nuclear power plant to minimize plant unavail- 
ability. Presently, the maximum number of independent varia- 
bles allowed is 10. This can be changed by increasing the di- 
mension of the arrays. (ERA citation 08:0261 35). ..Software 
Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; OS/MVT; Card 
reader, printer, and 125K bytes of memory. 

PRP; Product Price Calculated by DCF Method. 

R. Salmon. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

739 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048739 Price code: CP T09 

PRP calculates the production cost (product price) when the 
investments, operating costs, interest rate on debt, rate of 
return on equity, tax rates, by-product values, and similar re- 
lated information are supplied. The program can also be used 
to calculate the rate of return on equity when the selling price 
of the product is supplied. Maxima of 400 years of project life 
(NYRS) 24 products listed (NPRODS) 24 feedstocks for 
which the price and rate are given (N FEEDS) 24 depreciation 
classes (NCLS) 24 years of construction period (NCNSTR) 20 
rates of return on equity (NEQMAX). (ERA citation 
08:02871 5)...Software Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/360; 92K bytes. 

PLACRE; FEM Inelastic Structural Analysis. 

W. K. Sartory. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

740R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048740 Price code: CP T13 

PLACRE is a two-dimensional (plane stress or axisymmetric) 
elastic-plastic-creep finite element structural analysis program. 
It has been adapted to analyze one-dimensional pipe-wall 
problems in which the stress, strain, and temperature depend 
only on radius. In addition to structural analysis capabilities, 
PLACRE has facilities for carrying out simultaneous transient 
thermal analysis for pipe-wall problems. Maxima of 1000 ele- 



TRIDENT; Two-Dimensional Multigroup Transport 
Triangular Mesh. 

T. J. Seed, W. F. Miller, Jr., and F. W. Brinkley, Jr. 
Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-741 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048741 Price code: CP T14 

TRIDENT solves the two-dimensional, multigroup transport 
equations in rectangular (x-y) and cylindrical (r-z) geometries 
using a regular triangular mesh. Regular and adjoint, inhomo- 
geneous and homogeneous (keff and eigenvalue search) 
problems subject to vacuum, reflective, white, or source 
boundary conditions are solved. General anisotropic scatter- 
ing is allowed and anisotropic distributed sources are permit- 
ted. Variable dimensioning is used so that any combination of 
problem parameters leading to a container array less than 
MAXLEN can be accommodated. On IBM machines TRI- 
DENT executes in double-precision (8 bytes per word) so that 
MAXLEN can be on the order of 100,000 or more. On CDC 
machines MAXLEN can be about 40,000 words of small core 
memory (SCM) and large core memory (LCM) is used for 
most group-dependent data. (ERA citation 08:02831 6). ..Soft- 
ware Description: CDC7600; IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV (TRI- 
DENT source and routines) and IBM360 Assembler (subrou- 
tines ABEND, DATE, SECOND, TIME, TRACER, CONVO, and 
CONVI); OS/360 MVT (IBM360), SCOPE (CDC7600); A maxi- 
mum of three interface file units open at one time and three 
system input-output units are required. One random disk unit 
required if the automatic data overflow option is used. 730K 
bytes of memory are necessary to execute the sample prob- 
lems on the IBM system. The amount of memory needed is 
problem-dependent. A LCM block of 131,064 words was 
needed to execute the sample problems on the CDC7600. 

CASIM; Simulates Hadronic Cascade Transport 

A. Van Ginneken. 

Fermi National Accelerator Lab., Batavia, !L. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-742 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048742 Price code: CP T13 

CASIM is a Monte Carlo program to study the average devel- 
opment of high energy cascades in large targets (shields) of 
arbitrary geometry and composition. The program is best 
suited for incident energies in the range 20-1000 GeV. The 
program does not study transport of low momentum particles 
(less than or equal to 0.3 GeV/c). (ERA citation 
08:02831 7).. .Software Description: IBM370.360; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/370,360; 350K of memory, tape drives, line printer. 

PARK1; Nuclear Reactor Power Plant Analysis. 



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W. G. Clarke, and J. V. Reihing. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-743R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048743 Price code: CP T1 7 

PARK1 is a computational tool for the analysis of the interre- 
lated thermal, hydraulic, and nuclear characteristics of a pres- 
surized water nuclear reactor plant under a variety of steady- 
state and transient conditions. The program will simulate the 
overall plant dynamic response to changes in plant conditions 
such as turbine load, motion of control rods, and main cool- 
ant pump switching. Specific transients might include plant 
maneuvers, loss of load, complete or sequential loss of pri- 
mary coolant flow, cold water accidents, and startup or power 
range rod withdrawal accidents. Under more general classes 
of plant transients, PARK1 can simulate reactor protection 
performance or anticipated transients without scram (ATWS). 
PARK1 also provides forcing functions for more detailed stud- 
ies of isolated system components such as hot channels, 
steam generators, and pressurizers. The features of PARK1 
include a steady-state (initial condition) calculation, flexible re- 
actor core configuration to permit 1, 1-1/2, or 2 pass cores 
with multiple channel regions per pass, separable space-time 
reactor kinetics including the effects of decay heat, coolant 
within-core leakage, up to four primary coolant loops, re- 
sponse of reactor plant control systems such as reactor pro- 
tection and steam generator feedwater control, and graphical 
display of transient plant variables. Up to 1 5 channel regions, 
8 leakage paths, and four interpass ducts may be used to de- 
scribe the reactor core. A maximum of four loops and eight 
steam generator tube bundle regions is permitted. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:026037)...Software Description: CDC7600,6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV; SCOPE 3.1.5 (CDC6600), SCOPE 1.1 (CDC7600); 
CDC6600 - 140K octal locations of central memory and 300K 
of extended core storage; CDC7600 - 150K of central 
memory and 300K of extended core storage; as well as 
punching and curve plotting capability. 

CORRAL2; Radionuclide Containment after LOCA. 

P. Cybulskis. 

Battelle Columbus Labs., OH. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

745 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048745 Price code: CP T1 1 

CORRAL2 describes fission product behavior in multicompart- 
ment LWR containments taking into account natural transport 
and deposition as well as the effects of engineered safety 
features. This program is specifically designed to handle fis- 
sion product behavior in LWR accidents involving core melt- 
down, though less severe accidents can also be treated. The 
containment system can be described by up to 15 individual 
compartments; the accident sequence is described by up to 
20 sequential event times. Radionuclide release by any of 
four release mechanisms for each of 8 groups of fission prod- 
ucts can be specified. (ERA citation 08:026262). ..Software 
Description: CDC6400.CYBER73; FORTRAN IV; NOS/BE; 
137,700 (octal) 60-bit words of central memory and 52,000 
(octal) 60-bit words extended core are used. The program 
output prints 1 36-character records. 

EURCYL1; Cylinder-Cylinder intersection Mesh 
Generator. 



A. L. Snow, and P. Bell. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp., Madison, PA. Advanced 

Reactors Div. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-746R U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048746 Price code: CP T09 

EURCYL1 produces a finite-element model of a cylinder-cylin- 
der intersection for any of a number of general-purpose, ther- 
mal-structural computer programs including ANSYS, MARC, 
MATUS (NESC Abstract 597), and WECAN. The mesh is cre- 
ated using three-dimensional solid elements. Node and ele- 
ment descriptions are generated in punched card or data file 
format. (ERA citation 08:02871 7). ..Software Description: 
CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2; Less than 100K words of 
storage are required. EURCYL1 expects to read input from 
TAPE5, to write print output on TAPE6, punch output to 
TAPE7, and to store data on TAPE8 and TAPE9, except with 
the MAM (MATUS-APACHE-MESH3D) option when all the 
data is stored on THREED. 

LINEAR;S!GMA1; Linearize and Broaden ENDF/B Data. 

D. E. Cullen. 

Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-747 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048747 Price code: CP T09 

LINEAR and SIGMA1 are FORTRAN programs designed to 
convert ENDF/B File 3 cross section data to linear-linear in- 
terpolatable form, to thin these data, and to Doppier-broaden 
linear-linear data to one final temperature. The output is writ- 
ten in ENDF/B format. LINEAR converts evaluated cross sec- 
tions in the ENDF/B format to linear-linear interpolatable form 
and thins those sections already in that form. This eliminates 
any subsequent code's need to do this task. SIGMA1 will 
Doppier-broaden the converted sections of ENDF/B File 3 
cross-section data to the final temperature. The energy grid is 
selected to ensure that the broadened data is linear-linear in- 
terpolatable. If the original data is not at zero Kelvin the data 
are broadened by the effective temperature difference to the 
final temperature. The programs use only the ENDF/B BCD 
format tape, and copy all sections except File 3 as read. 
Since File 3 data are in identical format for ENDF/B Versions 
I through V these programs can be used with all of these ver- 
sions. The input to SIGMA1 must be data which vary linearly 
in energy and cross section between tabulated points. (ERA 
citation 08:0281 40)...Software Description: CDC7600,6600; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1. Approximately 25K words of 
memory are required. 

DRAFTMAN; Draw Figures and Graphs with DISSPLA. 

M. D. Gawlik. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-748 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048748 Price code: CP T09 

DRAFTMAN is a FORTRAN DISSPLA-based program that 
allows the user to obtain drawings of simple graphs. Figures 
are developed interactively on a graphics terminal, with the 
terminal user prompted for responses describing the figure 



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being developed. When user/terminal interaction is complet- 
ed the figure is drawn on the screen for review. The user can 
then submit a batch job directing the output to a plotting 
device for a high-quality drawing of the figure. The program 
can be utilized completely in a batch mode, if desired. The 
maximum number of curves that can be drawn on one point 
is six. The maximum number of data points that can define 
any curve is thirty. (ERA citation 08:02871 8)... Software De- 
scription: IBM360,370; FORTRAN IV; OS/360 and TSO 
(IBM360), OS/370 (IBM370); 200K bytes of storage, appropri- 
ate graphics terminal, and plotting devices. 

STEEP4; Thermonuclear Reaction Rates. 

D. R. Harris, G. M. Hale, A. A. Husseiny, Z. A. Sabri, and D. 

E. Dei. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-749 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048749 Price code: CP T1 1 

STEEP4 calculates fusion reaction rates in terms of the spe- 
cific reactivity (sigma-v) which is the product of cross section 
and relative velocity averaged over the actual ion distributions 
of the interacting particles in the plasma. Maxwellian ion dis- 
tributions are modified to include slowing-down contributions 
which are characterized in terms of plasma parameters. Rapid 
and accurate algorithms are used for integrating the specific 
reactivity from spectra and input cross sections. Options are 
also provided for rapid calculation of screening effects on 
specific reaction rates. The form of the slowing-down distribu- 
tion neglects absorption and leakage of plasma particles 
during the slowing-down process and is based on the as- 
sumption that the slowing-down ion is faster than the back- 
ground ions but slower than the plasma electrons. Reference 
report, LA-6344-MS. (ERA citation 08:024758)...Software De- 
scription: CDC6600.7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1.3; A 
SC4020 Film Unit is used to provide film plotting capability. 

CURT2; Curved Tubes or Elbows and Attached Pipes. 

R. C. Gwaltney. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

750R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048750 Price code: CP T1 3 

CURT2 is a computer code that calculates stresses and dis- 
placements in a shell structure made up of curved or straight 
cylindrical segments such as those in a piping system. Load- 
ings considered are internal pressure and/or arbitrary end 
loadings that may be distributed symmetrically or nonsymme- 
trical^ around the circumference. CURT2 will compute the 
stress distributions and displacements of generic points in a 
structure that consists of up to 5 arbitrarily arranged straight 
and curved cylindrical shells. The thickness of each part, the 
modulus of elasticity and Poisson's ratio for each part must 
be constant. Reference report, ORNL-TM-4646. (ERA citation 
08:024084). ..Software Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/360; 450K bytes of storage are required. 

SOMIX1; Sodium Spray Fires in Cylindrical Cell. 

M. P. Heisler, and K. K. Mori. 

Atomics International Div., Canoga Park, CA. 1984, mag 

tape ANL/NESC-751R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes " 



documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048751 Price code: CP T1 1 

SOMIX1 analyzes transient free convection motion in low- 
oxygen gas environments of a cylindrical enclosure, repre- 
senting a LMFBR heat transfer cell, following a sodium pipe 
rupture which releases a spray of sodium droplets. Calculated 
are the combustion and heat transfer from the falling spray to 
the gas atmosphere, droplet motion, gas temperature and 
pressure rise and internal gas circulation. Maximum of 5 dif- 
ferent drop sizes for fast fourier transform problems - 
(NMAX(JMAX-1)ND).LE. 18000 (IMAXJMAX).LE.297 where 
NMAX = number of drop release time-steps, JMAX =. 
number of radial mesh points, IMAX = number of axial mesh 
points, and ND = number of different drop sizes. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:023508)...Software Description: IBM370; FORTRAN IV 
H Extended; OS/370. The sample uses 556K bytes of 
memory, card reader and line printer (I/O devices 5 and 6), 
and the SC4020 for film plotting. 

OCOPTR;DRVOCR; Unconstrained Optimization. 

J. L. Nazareth. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-753 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048753 Price code: CP T1 1 

OCOPTR and DRVOCR are computer programs designed to 
find minima of non-linear differentiable functions f: R**n— > 
R with n dimensional domains. OCOPTR requires that the 
user only provide function values (i.e. it is a derivative-free 
routine). DRVOCR requires the user to supply both function 
and gradient information. The functions to which the routine is 
applied are assumed to be differentiable. The routine also re- 
quires (n**2/2) + 0(n) storage locations where n is the 
problem dimension. Reference reports, TM-303 and TM-306. 
(ERA citation 08:025233).. .Software Description: IBM360.370; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/MVT; 50K of memory is required. 

DEMONR; Unbiased Monte Carlo Slab Shield Code. 

J. C. Courtney. 

Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge. Nuclear Science Center. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-754 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048754 Price code: CP T09 ' 

DEMONR treats the behavior of neutrons in a slab shield. It is 
frequently used as a teaching tool. Only one shield may be 
used in each problem. The shield material may be a single 
element or a homogeneous mixture of elements with a single 
effective atomic weight. Only elastic scattering and neutron 
capture processes are allowed. The source is a point located 
on one face of the slab. (ERA citation 08:02471 6). ..Software 
Description: IBM360/65; FORTRAN IV; HASP 3.1; A card 
reader, tape drives, line printer, and 60K of memory are re- 
quired. 

VARR2; CRBRP 2-Dimensional Transient Fluid Flow 
Analysis. 

J. L. Cook, P. I. Nakayama, and T. Andreychek. 

Science Applications, Inc., La Jolla, CA. 1984, mag tape 

ANL/NESC-755 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 



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documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048755 Price code: CP T14 

VARR2 is a two-dimensional transient slightly-compressible 
fluid dynamics program. It solves the complete unsteady 
Navier-Stokes equation, the energy equation, and the continu- 
ity equation in either Cartesian or axisymmetric cylindrical ge- 
ometry. Slight density variations are accounted for by use of 
the Boussinesq approximation, which couples the energy and 
momentum equations. At a cell face, the normal velocity com- 
ponent may be inward, outward, or zero; the tangential veloci- 
ty component may specify free slip, no slip, or no slip with a 
turbulent velocity profile. For heat transfer problems, adiabatic 
or constant heat flux boundary conditions can be specified. 
By specifying the totality of cell-face boundary conditions in a 
self-consistent manner, the user can specify a wide spectrum 
of overall boundary conditions; for example, those called rigid, 
continuative, periodic, inflow/outflow, or derived. With current 
dimensioning, the maximum number of cells is about 1600; 
roughly a 40 x 40 mesh. The problem geometry must be rea- 
sonably approximated by a two-dimensional net of rectangular 
cells. The working fluid may be specified as sodium or water 
or the properties of the working fluid may be entered as part 
of the problem input. (ERA citation 08:023509). ..Software De- 
scription: CDC7600; FORTRAN IV and COMPASS; SCOPE 
2.0, SCOPE 2.1.3; 147,000 (octal) words of SCM and 14,400 
(octal) words of LCM storage are used. Plotting is done using 
SD-4060 Stored Program Recording System. 

TIMEX; One-Dimensional Time-Dependent Multigroup 
Discrete Ordinates. 

T. R. Hill, and W. H. Reed. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-756 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048756 Price code: CP T1 2 

TIMEX solves the time-dependent, one-dimensional multi- 
group transport equation with delayed neutrons in plane, cy- 
lindrical, spherical, and two-angle plane geometries. Both reg- 
ular and adjoint, inhomogeneous and homogeneous problems 
subject to vacuum, reflective, periodic, white, albedo or inho- 
mogeneous boundary flux conditions are solved. General an- 
isotropic scattering is allowed and anisotropic inhomogeneous 
sources are permitted. Variable dimensioning is used so that 
any combination of problem parameters leading to a contain- 
er array less than MAXCOR can be accommodated. In addi- 
tion, the CDC version permits the use of extended core stor- 
age less than MAXECS. Reference report, LA-6201-MS. (ERA 
citation 08:02471 7)...Software Description: IBM 

360,370;CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370 (IBM360.370), 
SCOPE 2.1.3 (CDC7600); Use of a container array of 50,000 
requires 500K bytes of IBM storage for execution. Five inter- 
face units may be required (use is optional), 2 system input/ 
output units and 5 output units are required for the IBM ver- 
sion. Use of a container array of 16,000 and 16,000 words of 
ECS requires 164K total words of CDC storage for execution. 
Two system input/output units and 1 1 additional input/output 
files are defined in the CDC version. 

GNASH; Particle Induced Cross Sections and Spectra. 

P. G. Young, and E. D. Arthur. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-757 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 



Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048757 Price code: CP T1 1 

The preequilibrium, statistical nuclear model code GNASH 
calculates reaction and level cross sections, isomer ratios, 
and spectra (neutron, gamma-ray, and charged-particle) re- 
sulting from particle-induced reactions using the Hauser-Fesh- 
bach formalism along with simple preequilibrium corrections. 
Gamma-ray competition is considered in detail for every de- 
caying compound nucleus. The program can handle the 
decay of up to 10 compound nuclei, each emitting 6 types of 
radiation. For each nucleus, up to 200 energy bins and 50 
discrete levels can be used. A maximum spin of 20 is al- 
lowed. (ERA citation 08:024671).. .Software Description: 
CDC7600; FORTRAN and COMPASS; SCOPE; 49K words of 
small core memory (SCM) and at least 80K words of large 
core memory (LCM) for problems of reasonable size. The 
sample problem uses 134K of SCM and 140K of LCM. 

COREL;RASE4;DAMG2; Ion Implantation Deposition. 

D. K. Brice. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-758 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048758 Price code: CP T1 1 

COREL calculates the final average projected range, standard 
deviation in projected range, standard deviation in locations 
transverse to projected range, and average range along path 
for energetic atomic projectiles incident on amorphous targets 
or crystalline targets oriented such that the projectiles are not 
incident along low index crystallographic axes or planes. 
RASE4 calculates the instantaneous average projected range, 
standard deviation in projected range, standard deviation in 
locations transverse to projected range, and average range 
along path for energetic atomic projectiles incident on amor- 
phous targets or crystalline targets oriented such that the pro- 
jectiles are not incident along low index crystallographic axes 
or planes. RASE4 also calculates the instantaneous rate at 
which the projectile is depositing energy into atomic process- 
es (damage) and into electronic processes (electronic excita- 
tion), the average range of target atom recoils projected onto 
the direction of motion of the projectiles, and the standard de- 
viation in the recoil projected range. DAMG2 calculates the 
distribution in depth of the energy deposited into atomic proc- 
esses (damage), electronic processes (electronic excitation), 
or other energy-dependent quality produced by energetic 
atomic projectiles incident on amorphous targets or crystalline 
targets oriented such that the projectiles are not incident 
along low index crystallographic axes or planes. (ERA citation 
08:02471 8)...Software Description: CDC6600.7600; FOR- 
TRAN IV. 

CORTES; Thermal and Mechanical Analysis of Tees. 

A. N. Gantayat, G. H. Powell, R. E. Textor, B. R. Bass, and H. 
W. Bryson. 

California Univ., Berkeley. Coll. of Engineering. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-759 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048759 Price code: CP T1 5 

CORTES is a package consisting of five finite element pro- 
grams developed for the stress analysis of ANSI BI6.9 tee 



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joints. The five programs are: SA, the stress analysis program 
which analyzes pipe joints for the effects of internal pressure 
and arbitrary combinations of bending moment, torsional 
moment, axial force, and sheer force on the ends of the 
branch and run pipes. A limited temperature stress analysis 
capability is provided. EP, the elasto-plastic stress analysis 
program which analyzes pipe joints for the effects of internal 
pressure and arbitrary combinations of forces, including mo- 
ments, and displacements, including rotations, imposed on 
the ends of the run and branch pipes. THFA, the transient 
heat flow analysis program which determines the time history 
of temperature variations in the pipe joints. Temperature 
changes are specified at the inner surface, and a heat flow 
analysis is performed assuming a perfectly insulated outer 
surface. SHFA, the steady-state heat flow analysis program 
which determines the steady-state temperature distribution in 
pipe joints. Temperatures are specified on given cross-sec- 
tions of the branch and run portions of the tee joint, and the 
temperature distribution throughout the remainder of the joint 
is calculated assuming the inner and outer surfaces are per- 
fectly insulated. TSA, accepts as input, the output data from 
THFA or SHFA and performs the thermal stress analysis on 
the pipe joints. (ERA citation 08:024085). ..Software Descrip- 
tion: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; All five programs 
use card input and a line printer. Execution of the SA test 
problem required 960K bytes of memory and 12 scratch disk 
units. The TSA test case used 880K bytes of memory and 1 1 
scratch disk units. 

GRFPAK; Plot Package for CORTES FEM Programs. 

P. G. Fowler, and J. W. Bryson. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

760 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048760 Price code: CP T1 3 

GRFPAK is a graphics package written for the CORTES 
finite-element programs. It includes three plotting routines to 
assist in analyzing, interpreting, and presenting CORTES re- 
sults. One plotting routine displays stresses or stress indices 
by means of contour curves drawn within either the outside or 
inside surface outline of a quarter section of the tee-joint. 
Using this routine, one can also obtain plots of the finite-ele- 
ment mesh as viewed from any point in space. A second plot- 
ting routine gives a stress versus distance plot along any 
specified line of nodes. A third routine displays cross-section- 
al views of the finite-element mesh for both the undeformed 
(original) and deformed configuration. The deformed configu- 
rations are drawn using an exaggerated scale specified by the 
user. Requests for plots relating to displacements are invalid 
for CORTES programs TSA, THFA, and SHFA. The maximum 
value for the variable MTOT in the MAIN program is 22,000. 
Reference report *RECFM = VBS,BLKSIZE= 3156. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:024086).. .Soft Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/360; Card reader, tape unit, line printer, and CalComp 
plotting equipment are required. The amount of memory 
needed depends on the number of nodes and elements in 
the finite element idealization. The sample problem which 
consists of 675 elements required 290K bytes of memory. 

PTA1; Pipe System Pressure Analysis. 

C. K. Youngdahl, and C. A. Kot. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
761 R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 



tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048761 Price code: CP T1 1 

PTA1 (Pressure Transient Analysis) performs pressure-tran- 
sient analysis of large piping networks. The program is par- 
ticularly oriented toward the analysis of the effects of a 
sodium/water reaction on the intermediate heat-transport 
system of a liquid-metal-cooled fast breeder reactor, but may 
be applied to other pulse sources and piping systems. A vari- 
ety of junction types are included, and complex piping net- 
works can be treated. The effect of elastic-plastic deformation 
of piping on pulse propagation, pipe friction and nonlinear ve- 
locity terms are included in the formulation. (ERA citation 
08:023510).. .Software Description: IBM370/195; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/370. The program requires 300K bytes of memory for 
execution. 

CACECO; LMFBR Containment Accident Analysis. 

R. D. Peak. 

Hanford Engineering Development Lab., Richland, WA. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-762R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048762 Price code: CP T1 5 

The CACECO program predicts the thermodynamic re- 
sponses of primary and secondary containment to a variety of 
accidents in a Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor (LMFBR) fa- 
cility. The user defines these accidents in terms of the follow- 
ing: (a) sodium leakage as spray and spill, (b) air injection, (c) 
decay heat release, and (d) space cooler operation. CACECO 
is capable of providing pressure-temperature histories of four 
cells. Each cell may have connected to it any number of one- 
dimensional structures which can be used to model walls, 
floors, or equipment. The structures are linked to the cells or 
other structures by convective and/or radiative boundary con- 
ditions. The structures may be planar, cylindrical, or spherical 
and can be composed of a number of regions with different 
properties. Maxima of 25 temperature nodes in each heat 
structure, 24 heat structures to represent equipment, roofs, 
walls, and floors of the 4 analysis cells. Reference report, 
HEDL-TC-859. (ERA citation 08:02351 1)...Software Descrip- 
tion: CDC CYBER74;CDC7600; CDC FORTRAN Extended 
with only a few statements that do not comply with the Ameri- 
can National Standards Institute (ANSI) FORTRAN; SCOPE 
3.4.4 Level 414; 120K words (octal) of memory, a tape drive, 
card reader and line printer are used. 

REFLUX; LWR Reflood Heat Transfer Prediction. 

W. L. Kirchner. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-763 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048763 Price code: CP T09 

REFLUX calculates the temperature-time history of a repre- 
sentative fuel rod during the reflood stage of a hypothetical 
loss-of-coolant accident (LOCA). The logic used for selection 
of the appropriate flow regime for analysis of the cladding 
temperature transient is based on the axial position with 
regard to the continuous liquid level (based on a mass bal- 
ance), a liquid carry-over criterion (derived from a force bal- 
ance on a drop suspended in a vapor stream), and the local 
cladding surface temperature. A generalized boiling curve is 



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constructed, and the local flow and clad conditions determine 
the applicable heat transfer coefficient. REFLUX is expected 
to provide reasonable results for flooding rates of 0.4 to 10 
in/sec, pressures of 15 to 60 psia, peak powers of 0.5 to 1.5 
kw/ft, inlet coolant temperatures of 50F to saturation, and ini- 
tial temperatures of 250 to 2000F. Flow reversals cannot be 
analyzed with the present version. (ERA citation 
08:023445)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360; Tape unit, line printer, and 100K bytes of memory. 

SOERP; Second-Order Error Propagation Code. 

N. D. Cox, and C. F. Miller. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-764 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048764 Price code: CP T03 

SOERP computes second-order error propagation equations 
for the first four moments of a function of independently dis- 
tributed random variables. SOERP was written for a rigorous 
second-order error propagation of any function which may be 
expanded in a multivariate Taylor series, the input variables 
being independently distributed. The required input consists of 
numbers directly related to the partial derivatives of the func- 
tion, evaluated at the nominal values of the input variables 
and the central moments of the input variables from the 
second through the eighth. The maximum number of compo- 
nent variables allowed is 30. The IBM version will only proc- 
ess one set of input data per run. (ERA citation 
08:025234)...Software Description: IBM360,370;CDC7600; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370 (IBM360.370) and SCOPE 
(CDC7600); A card reader, tape unit, line printer, and 80K 
bytes of storage are required for the IBM version; 14,000 
(octal) words of SCM are required for the CDC version. 

ZONE; Two-Dimensional Finite Element Mesh Generator. 

M. J. Burger. 

Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA. 1 984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-765 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048765 Price code: CP T1 1 

The ZONE program is a finite element mesh generator which 
produces the nodes and element description of any two-di- 
mensional geometry. The geometry is divided into a mesh of 
quadrilateral and triangular zones defined by node points 
taken in a counter-clockwise sequence. The zones are ar- 
ranged sequentially in an ordered march through the geome- 
try. The order can be chosen so that the minimum bandwidth 
is obtained. The mesh that is generated can be used as input 
to any two-dimensional as well as any axisymmetrical struc- 
ture program. The following are limited only by a DIMENSION 
statement. The code currently has a maxima of 100 coordi- 
nate points defining a meridian or ray, 40 meridians, 40 
layers. There are no limits on the number of zones or nodes 
for any problems. (ERA citation 08:025235). ..Software De- 
scription: CDC7600; FORTRAN; SCOPE; 8 output and scratch 
files are used. 

FRANTIC-NRC; Time-Dependent System Unavailability. 

W. E. Vesely, and F. F. Goldberg. 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC. Office of 

Nuclear Regulatory Research. 1984, mag tape ANL/ NESC- 



766 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048766 Price code: CP T09 

FRANTIC-NRC was developed to investigate periodic testing 
schemes and operational and design modifications as they 
affect system unavailabilities and accident probabilities. The 
program calculates both the instantaneous and the average 
unavailability for any general system model and gives a 
breakdown of the unavailability contributions from failures, 
testing, and repair. Non-repairable components, monitored 
components, and periodically-tested components are consid- 
ered. Accident sequences, such as those constructed from 
event trees, can also be evaluated for their instantaneous and 
average probability behavior. The name FRANTIC is an acro- 
nym for Formal Reliability Analysis including Normal Testing, 
Inspection and Checking. The code represents one extension 
of .the probabilistic methodology described in WASH-1400. 
Testing characteristics which can be specified as input data 
include the test interval, test duration time, repair time or al- 
lowed downtime, the test override capability, test efficiency, 
and associated human-caused failure probabilities. The output 
consists of tables and plots of the system unavailability along 
with a breakdown of the unavailability contributions. Sensitivi- 
ty studies can be performed. Reference report, NUREG-0193. 
(ERA citation 08:025236)... Software Description: IBM370; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/370; 140K bytes of memory are required 
for execution. 

BEACON/MOD3; Containment System Fluid Flow. 

C. R. Broadus, R. J. Doyle, S. W. James, J. F. Lime, and W. 
J. Mings. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-767 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048767 Price code: CP T99 

The BEACON series of programs is designed to perform a 
best-estimate analysis of the flow of a mixture of air, water, 
and steam in a nuclear reactor containment system under 
loss-of-coolant accident conditions. The code can simulate 
two-component, two-phase fluid flow in complex geometries 
using a combination of two-dimensional, one-dimensional, and 
lumped-parameter representations for the various parts of the 
system. BEACON/MOD3 contains mass and heat transfer 
models for wall film and for wall conduction, and is suitable 
for the evaluation of short-term transients in PWR dry contain- 
ment systems. The capability to examine the details of a two- 
component, two-phase flow field in one or two dimensions 
under nonhomogeneous, nonequilibrium conditions (unequal 
velocities, unequal temperatures between the two phases) 
allows analysis of such problems as the calculation of jet 
impact forces of a fluid leaving a pipe break, the motion of a 
large pressure wave across a compartment, the variation in 
flow properties as air is displaced from a compartment by 
steam and water, the water entrainment or deentrainment by 
a high-speed vapor flow, the flow of a flashing liquid, and 
many other complex nonequilibrium problems of containment 
system analyses. BEACON/MOD3 does not have pressure 
suppression containment models. The Eulerian computational 
equations have been modified for the variable nodalization of 
a mesh with the spatial dimensions of each cell stored in row- 
wide and column-wide arrays. Reference reports, NUREG/ 
CR-1148, INEL-IGS Programming Guide. (ERA citation 



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08:023579)...Software Description: CDC 

CYBER 176;CDC7600; FORTRAN IV (98%) and COMPASS 
(2%); NOS/BE CDC CYBER176), SCOPE 2.1 (CDC 7600); 
120,000 (octal) words of SCM and 34,000 (octal) words of 
LCM for the largest of the eight sample problems. The LCM 
required is a function of the program size (i.e., the number of 
nodes or computational cells) and is dynamically allocated by 
the BEACON code. 

BEHAVE-SST; Overpower Transient Fuel Mechanics. 

D. B. Atcheson. 

General Electric Co., Sunnyvale, CA. Advanced Reactor 

Systems Dept. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-768 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048768 Price code: CP T15 

BEHAVE-SST calculates the steady-state and overpower 
transient behavior of cladding, fuel, and voidage in oxide 
LMFBR fuel rods prior to cladding failure. Cylindrical symme- 
try is assumed throughout the program. The BEHAVE-SST 
program calculates the stress, strain, displacement, and tem- 
perature fields in the fuel and cladding. Processes simulated 
include: cracking of fuel, dilation of fuel and cladding due to 
irradiation effects and thermal expansion, fuel densification by 
both stress and diffusion-controlled processes, axial slippage 
or locking at the fuel-cladding interface, axial flow of fuel, and 
gas pressurization of the central molten fuel region. Cladding 
failure is predicted utilizing a life-fraction cumulative damage 
technique. Reference report, GEFR-00001. (ERA citation 
08:02351 2)...Software Description: CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 2.1.3; 150K of small-core memory (SCM) is required. 
The program is overlayed extensively. 

PCTEST; Principal Component Test for Outliers. 

V. E. Kane, and C. L. Begovich. 

Oak Ridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant, TN. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-769 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048769 Price code: CP T09 

PCTEST performs principal component analysis on multivar- 
iate data with emphasis on methods which can be used to 
detect outlier data. Programming is done in single-precision; 
conversion to double-precision would not be difficult. Dynamic 
dimensioning is used to accommodate a large variety of data 
sets. Reference report, K/UR-7. (ERA citation 
08:025237)...Software Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/360,370; 260K bytes plus array storage (total of ap- 
proximately 265K bytes for 100 samples, 10 variables). 

GAPCON-THERMAL3; Fuel Steady State and Transient 
Behavior. 

D. D. Lanning, C. L. Mohr, F. E. Paniske, and K. B. Stewart. 
Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-770 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048770 Price code: CP T1 3 

GAPCON-THERMAL3 calculates the thermal and mechanical 
behavior of the fuel and cladding in a nuclear fuel rod during 
normal operation for both steady-state and operational tran- 



sients. Modeling is axisymmetric for the thermal and mechani- 
cal calculations. The current model does not compute the 
strain at pellet-pellet interfaces. As many as 17 variable- 
length axial regions can be modeled with no limitation on the 
number of fuel and cladding radial nodes. References report 
PNL-2434. (ERA citation 08:023554). ..Software Description 
CDC6600,7600,CYBER74; CDC Extended FORTRAN IV 
SCOPE 3.4 (CDC6600), NOS/BE and SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600) 
About 220K of addressable storage is needed for execution 
of a typical problem. 

TRUMP; Transient and Steady State Temperature 
Distribution. 

D. C. Elrod, and W. D. Turner. 

Union Carbide Corp., Oak Ridge, TN. Nuclear Div. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-771 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048771 Price code: CP T14 

TRUMP solves a general nonlinear parabolic partial differen- 
tial equation describing flow in various kinds of potential 
fields, such as fields of temperature, pressure, or electricity 
and magnetism; simultaneously, it will solve two additional 
equations representing, in thermal problems, heat production 
by decomposition of two reactants having rate constants with 
a general Arrhenius temperature dependence. Steady-state 
and transient flow in one, two, or three dimensions are con- 
sidered in geometrical configurations having simple or com- 
plex shapes and structures. Problem parameters may vary 
with spatial position, time, or primary dependent variables- 
temperature, pressure, or field strength. Initial conditions may 
vary with spatial position, and among the criteria that may be 
specified for ending a problem are upper and lower limits on 
the size of the primary dependent variable, upper limits on the 
problem time or on the number of time-steps or on the com- 
puter time, and attainment of steady state. Reference reports, 
UCRL-14754 Rev. 3 and UCRL-50589. (ERA citation 
08:0241 35)...Software Description: IBM360,370;CDC7600; 
FORTRAN IV (95%) and BAL (5%) (IBM); FORTRAN IV 
(CDC); OS/360 (IBM360), OS/370 (IBM370), SCOPE 2.1.5 
(CDC7600); As dimensioned, the program requires 400K 
bytes of storage on an IBM370 and 145,100 (octal) words on 
a CDC7600. 

FORTiO: FORTRAN Interface to IBM370 MACROS. 

L. Shalla. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-772 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048772 Price code: CP T1 1 

The FORTIO Assembly language subroutines provide an 
interface between FORTRAN programs and selected IBM 
360/370 Operating System (OS) Supervisor and Data Man- 
agement input-output macros... Software Description: The sub- 
routines are written in the BASIC Assembly language for im- 
plementation on an IBM 360/370 computer under OS/360, 
OS/370, OS/VS1, and OS/VS2 Rel. 1 operating systems. 
Machine requirement is less than 10K. 

PRPLOT; Line Printer Plot Subroutine Package. 

R. S. Walker, and J. Rumsey. 

Texas Univ., Arlington. Public Transportation Center. 1984, 

mag tape ANL/NESC-773 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 



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documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048773 Price code: CP T12 

PRPLOT is a line printer graphics subroutine package that 
maintains compatibility with the CalComp incremental pen 
plotter software. Calls to PLOT, PLOTS, FACTOR, WHERE, 
SYMBOL, NUMBER, SCALE, LINE, and AXIS are supported 
and a dummy NEWPEN subroutine is included. When a large 
plot size is selected, the plot is generated in page-wide strips 
to be separated and assembled as the complete plot. The al- 
lowable complexity of the plot is controlled by the size of a 
work array passed from the calling program. Symbols are 
generated using only vectors of 0, 90, 180, or 270 degrees, 
and axes are generated only at or 90 degrees. Reference 
report, TX-1 1-0001. (ERA citation 08:025238)...Software De- 
scription: IBM370.360; FORTRAN IV; OS/360 (IBM360), OS/ 
370 (IBM370); The PRPLOT subroutines required approxi- 
mately 50K bytes of storage. 

POLUTE; Forest Air Pollutant Uptake Model. 

C. E. Murphy, Jr., T. R. Sinclair, and K. R. Knoerr. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SC. Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-774 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048774 Price code: CP T03 

POLUTE is a computer model designed to estimate the 
uptake of air pollutants by forests. The model utilizes submo- 
dels to describe atmospheric diffusion immediately above and 
within the canopy, and into the sink areas within or on the 
trees. The program implementing the model is general and 
can be used, with only minor changes, for any gaseous pollut- 
ant. The model provides an estimate describing the response 
of the vegetarian-atmosphere system to the environment as 



related to three types of processes: 

fusion near and inside the absorbi 

and chemical processes at the sii 

Reference reports, DP-MS-76-17, DP-MS-76-28, and DP-MS- 

76-72. (ERA citation 08:024301)... Software Description: 

IBM360.370; CSMP; OS/370. 



atmospheric diffusion, dif- 
ng plant, and the physical 
nk on or within the plant. 



HEMP; Hydrodynamic Elasticmagneto Plastic Flow. 

M. L. Wilkins, and J. A. Levatin. 

Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-775 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048775 Price code: CP T14 

The HEMP code solves the conservation equations of two-di- 
mensional elastic-plastic flow, in plane x-y coordinates or in 
cylindrical symmetry around the x-axis. Provisions for calcula- 
tion of fixed boundaries, free surfaces, pistons, and boundary 
slide planes have been included, along with other special 
conditions. The maximum number of J's in any K-line is 101. 
A problem of up to about 10,000 zones may be run. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:024567)...Software Description: CDC7600; FOR- 
TRAN IV, LLL CHAT compiler; SCOPE 2.1; The HEMP main 
code fills the small core memory (SCM) with the code, work- 
ing storage, library, and system routines. The large core 
memory (LCM) utilized is a function of problem size, the 
amount required is 527,270 (octal) words. 



COMPARE/MOD1A; Transient Flow with Sinks and Doors. 

R. G. Gido, G. J. E. Willcutt, Jr., J. L. Lunsford, and J. S. 
Gilbert. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-776 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048776 Price code: CP T12 

COMPARE-MOD1 performs transient analysis of the thermo- 
dynamic conditions in zero velocity or stagnant volumes con- 
nected by flowing junctions with provision for mass and 
energy addition. Volume thermodynamics and junction flows 
are for homogeneous mixtures of: steam, two-phase water to 
its triple point, any three perfect gases, or combinations of 
the above. Vent flow can be based on the Moody equation, 
compressible polytropic orifice flow, and an incompressible 
subelement inertial relationship. Variable area doors and heat 
sinks can be modeled. Capabilities are incorporated to pro- 
vide for accounting of loss coefficient detail, calculation of 
forces and moments, and plotting of results. The program 
was written to perform transient subcompartment analysis of 
nuclear power plants, including those with ice condensers. 
Maxima of 100 volumes, 200 junctions, 5 mass and energy 
addition tables (blowdown sets), 10 variable area doors, 500 
heat sink nodal points, 100 force-moment surfaces, 100 junc- 
tions with detailed loss coefficient information, 10,000 points 
plotted, 5 curves per plot. Water temperature is restricted to 
the range of 273.16 to 620K. Reference report, LA-7199-MS. 
(ERA citation 08:023468)...Software Description: 
CDC7600,CYBER175; FORTRAN IV; LASL FTN operating 
system (similar to CDC SCOPE) (CDC7600), NOS 1.3 (CDC 
CYBER175); 157,000 (octal) words on a CDC7600; 153,000 
(octal) words on a CDC CYBER175. 

PDEONE; Solutions of Partial Differential Equations. 

N. K. Madsen, and Sincovecm R.F. 
Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-777 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048777 Price code: CP T03 

PDEONE was developed as an interface to allow the software 
developed in the field of ordinary differential equations 
(ODEs) to be applied directly to the solution of partial differ- 
ential equation problems. The original intent was to use 
PDEONE for solving coupled systems of nonlinear parabolic 
PDEs and this is reflected in the equations and conditions. 
However, the solution of other problems such as hyperbolic 
and elliptic PDEs may also be attempted. The equations are 
sufficiently general to include PDEs for which solutions may 
neither exist nor be unique. It is the user's responsibility to 
define a meaningful problem. Currently only one PDE is al- 
lowed to be defined on a given interval (a,b). This may be in- 
creased to n PDEs by increasing the dimensions of the arrays 
in PDEONE. (ERA citation 08:025239).. .Software Description: 
CDC7600,6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; 27,000 (octal) words 
of small core memory are needed to execute the sample 
problems. 

PROSA2; Probabilistic Response Surface Studies. 

J. K. Vaurio. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-778 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 



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Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048778 Price code: CP T18 

PROSA2 is an implementation of the probabilistic response 
surface technique developed for obtaining probability distribu- 
tions of the consequences of postulated nuclear reactor acci- 
dents. The problem is to find the distribution of a random vari- 
able that is a function of many other random variables when 
this functionality is not known in analytical form and can be 
obtained only numerically through parametric studies with a 
deterministic computer code. The program performs the fol- 
lowing three main functions: (a) Selects values for the input 
parameters of a deterministic computer code from an input- 
specified region of interest. The regions are defined by proba- 
bility distributions and confidence intervals. The program ar- 
ranges the input values into combinations called "knot- 
points", (b) With output values ("consequences") from the 
deterministic code for each input-parameter combination, de- 
termines response surfaces approximating the functionality 
between the input and output of the deterministic code, (c) 
Calculates the probability distribution of the output (conse- 
quence) variable as a histogram using Monte Carlo sampling. 
Step (a) is omitted if the user uses his own design of knot- 
points. Both steps (a) and (b) can be omitted if a known ana- 
lytical function is to be sampled. PROSA2 has been used 
mainly in conjunction with accident-analysis codes, but the 
methods and the programming are completely general and 
not limited to such applications. (ERA citation 
08:023580).. .Software Description: IBM370; FORTRAN IV 
(95%) and Assembly language (5%); OS/370; 370K bytes of 
storage, system input, output, and punch units are required. 

IMPORTANCE; FT A Basic Event and Cut Set Ranking. 

H. W. Lambert. 

Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-779 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048779 Price code: CP T09 

IMPORTANCE computes various measures of probabilistic 
importance of basic events and minimal cut sets to a fault 
tree or reliability network diagram. The minimal cut sets, the 
failure rates and the fault duration times (i.e., the repair times) 
of all basic events contained in the minimal cut sets are sup- 
plied as input data. The failure and repair distributions are as- 
sumed to be exponential. IMPORTANCE, a quantitative eval- 
uation code, then determines the probability of the top event 
and computes the importance of minimal cut sets and basic 
events by a numerical ranking. Two measures are computed. 
The first describes system behavior at one point in time; the 
second describes sequences of failures that cause the 
system to fail in time. All measures are computed assuming 
statistical independence of basic events. In addition, system 
unavailability and expected number of system failures are 
computed by the code. (ERA citation 08:025240). ..Software 
Description: IBM370; FORTRAN IV; OS/370; Execution of the 
sample problem required 140K bytes of storage. 

NALAP; LMFBR Transient Response to Accident. 

B. A. Martin, A. K. Agrawal, D. C. Albright, L. G. Epel, and G. 

Maise. 

Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY. 1984, mag tape 

ANL/NESC-780 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 

documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 



modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048780 Price code: CP T15 

NALAP is an LMFBR system transient code. This code, 
adapted from the light water reactor transient code RELAP3B, 
simulates thermalhydraulic response of sodium-cooled fast 
breeder reactors when subjected to postulated accidents 
such as a massive pipe break as well as a variety of other 
upset conditions that do not disrupt the system geometry. 
Maxima of 40 control volumes, 50 connecting junctions, 6 
thermal properties, 25 pressures, 13 liquid temperatures per 
pressure, 6 gas temperatures per pressure. Pressure table 
values must be greater than zero and less than or equal to 
7000 psia. Reference report, BNL 50457. (ERA citation 
08:023581 )...Software Description: CDC7600, CYBER76; 
FORTRAN IV (99%) and COMPASS (1%); SCOPE 2.1; 
CDC7600 (or CYBER76) with 142,000 (octal) words of 
memory. In addition to card input and printer output, a FOR- 
TRAN logical unit 1 may be used for the automatic time-step 
option, and units under the restart option. These units may be 
assigned to disk or tape. 

SPEKEN; Pearson, Spearman and Kendall Correlation. 

N. M. Larson. 

Union Carbide Corp., Oak Ridge, TN. Nuclear Div. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-781 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048781 Price code: CP T09 

SPEKEN computes Pearson, Spearman, and Kendall correla- 
tion coefficients and associated significance levels for multi- 
variate data. Special features of the program include exclu- 
sion of pairs of data values where one value is missing, and 
adjustment for tied rankings. The hypothesis of independence 
between each pair of variables can be tested using the ob- 
tained significance level for each correlation. Reference 
report, K/UR-8. (ERA citation 08:025241 )...Software Descrip- 
tion: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370; Standard 
system input and printer and punch output units are required. 

SLGTR; Slag Transport Models for Duct Surfaces. 

L. S. H. Chow, and T. R. Johnson. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-783 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048783 Price code: CP T03 

The program simulates the condition of a partly liquid slag 
film flowing on a cooled vertical or horizontal wall of a large 
duct, through which pass slag-laden combustion gases. It 
computes the axial variations of gas temperature, radiative 
and convective heat fluxes from the hot combustion gas to 
the cooled wall, and thickness, temperature, and velocity dis- 
tributions of the slag film. The program is useful in performing 
design calculations for a radiant-heater concept in the down- 
stream system of an MHD power plant. The inlet conditions 
and physical properties of the combustion gas and the slag 
film are supplied as input data by the user. The model is not 
valid for a solid slag film. (ERA citation 08:023764)...Software 
Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; OS/370; The pro- 
gram requires approximately 190K bytes of memory and 
standard input and output units for execution. 

DSNP; Dynamic Simulation Nuclear Power Plants. 



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D. Saphier, G. F. Popper, and T. P. Mulcahey. 
Israel Atomic Energy Commission, Yavne. Soreq Nuclear 
Research Center. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-784 U.S. 
Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048784 Price code: CP T16 

DSNP (Dynamic Simulator for Nuclear Power-Plants) is a 
system of programs and data files by which a nuclear power 
plant, or part thereof, can be simulated. The acronym DSNP 
is used interchangeably for the DSNP language, the DSNP li- 
braries, the DSNP precompiler, and the DSNP document gen- 
erator. The DSNP language is a special-purpose, block-orient- 
ed digital-simulation language developed to facilitate the prep- 
aration of dynamic simulations of a large variety of nuclear 
power plants. It is a user-oriented language that permits the 
user to prepare simulation programs directly from power plant 
block diagrams and flow charts by recognizing the symbolic 
DSNP statements for the appropriate physical components 
and listing these statements in a logical sequence according 
to the flow of physical properties in the simulated power 
plant. Physical components of nuclear power plants are rep- 
resented by functional blocks, or modules. The nuclear reac- 
tor, for example, has a kinetic module, a power distribution 
module, a feedback module, a thermodynamic module, a hy- 
draulic module, and a radioactive heat decay module. Basic 
functional blocks such as integrators, pipes, function genera- 
tors, connectors, and many auxiliary functions representing 
properties of materials used in nuclear power plants are also 
available. The DSNP precompiler analyzes the DSNP simula- 
tion program, performs the appropriate translations, inserts 
the requested modules from the library, links these modules 
together, searches necessary data files, and produces a sim- 
ulation program in FORTRAN. (ERA citation 
08:023539)...Software Description: IBM370; FORTRAN IV and 
DSNP; OS/370; 240K bytes of storage are required to com- 
pile and translate a typical power plant simulation program. 
Six scratch files require disk or fast magnetic tape storage 
and a permanent library file unit is used. All sample problems 
were executed in a 250K byte or smaller region. 

AXICRP; Finite Element Code for Creep Analysis. 

W. H. Sutherland, and J. A. Schur. 

Computer Sciences Corp., Richland, WA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-785 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048785 Price code: CP T1 1 

AXICRP is a finite-element computer code for creep analysis 
of plane stress, plane strain, and axisymmetric bodies of revo- 
lution. Principal application has been to obtain the creep solu- 
tion for a Fast Flux Test Facility (FFTF) hexagonal flow duct. 
Other applications to a thick-walled cylinder and a rectangular 
beam demonstrate the variety of structural geometries which 
can be analyzed. Maxima of 550 nodal points, 500 elements, 
12 different materials, 8 different temperatures for which 
properties are given, 200 boundary pressure cards. The direct 
incremental treatment of time used restricts the program to 
the condideration of creep under constant load. Reference re- 
ports, BNWL-1142 and CSC-RL-SCI-112. (ERA citation 
08:02351 3)...Software Description: CDC6600,7600,CYBER74; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.4. Disk storage is required and use 
of a CalComp plotting device is optional. 142,000 (octal) 
words of memory are needed when the segmented load is 
used. 



CONDYN; Polya Model Secondary Electron Spectra. 

L. A. Dietz, and J. C. Sheffield. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-786 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048786 Price code: CP T03 

The CONDYN program fits a Polya (negative binomial) fre- 
quency distribution to an observed secondary electron spec- 
trum. Secondary-electron yields measured by a spectrometer 
are fit to the Polya statistical model by a nonlinear least 
squares technique. There are two basic assumptions in the 
Polya model: (1) the mean secondary-electron yield from 
each small, thin element of surface area of an ion-converter 
dynode follows a Poisson distribution, and (2) the frequency 
of these mean yields follows a gamma distribution. A maxi- 
mum of 6 parameters can be fitted. (ERA citation 
08:024510).. .Software Description: CDC6600.7600; FOR- 
TRAN IV; SCOPE 3.4 (CDC6600), SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600); 
16K (octal) words of memory. 

ATM; Atmospheric Transport and Diffusion Model. 

W. M. Culkowski, and M. R. Patterson. 

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Oak Ridge, 

TN. Air Resources Atmospheric Turbulence and Diffusion 

Lab. 1984,, magtape ANL/NESC-787 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048787 Price code: CP T1 1 

ATM can be used to estimate the transport of a pollutant 
from an emitting source to some receptor point. It is based on 
a Gaussian plume model and is capable of calculating wet 
and dry deposition and air concentration of non-radioactive 
pollutants at various receptor points located within 50 kilome- 
ters of a source or sources. The model can treat point, area, 
and line sources, including wind blown sources. The use of 
either the Pasquill-Gifford or the Briggs-Smith dispersion pa- 
rameters can be specified. Current storage allocation of the 
program allows maxima of 10 receptor points, 14 time peri- 
ods, 10 each of point, area, and line sources, 5 pollutants. 
The wind rose data must have 1 6 directions, a maximum of 7 
stabilities, and a maximum of 8 wind speeds. (ERA citation 
08:024227)...Software Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV 
(96%) and BAL (4%); OS/360,370; 21 OK bytes of storage are 
used with a unit for input and output printer and punch units. 

SULCAL; Model of Sulfur Chemistry in a Plume. 

C. F. Baes, W M. Culkowski, and J. T. Holdemann. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

788 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048788 Price code: CP T09 

SULCAL models the chemical reactions of sulfur species in 
the plume of a fossil fuel power plant, their transport through 
the atmosphere and deposition on the land surface. The 
model employs averaged concentrations based on the Gaus- 
sian plume and can calculate deposition rates for gaseous 
and particulate material as a function of such variables as dis- 
tance from the source, wind speed, meteorological stability 
class, temperature, relative humidity, and the ambient con- 



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centrations of OH radical, ozone, and ammonia. (ERA citation 
08:024228)...Software Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/360,370; 76K of memory is required along with input 
and output units. 

ODMOD; Soil-Water Trace-Containment Transport. 

N. M. Larson, and M. Reeves. 

Union Carbide Corp., Oak Ridge, TN. Nuclear Div. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-789 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048789 Price code: CP T1 1 

ODMOD is a transport model which predicts the coupled 
movement of both water and trace contaminants through a 
layered and unsaturated soil-moisture zone. In order to 
achieve computation speeds suitable for watershed imple- 
mentations, moisture properties are approximated as expo- 
nential functions of pressure head, and lateral flows are treat- 
ed as sinks in a basically vertical one-dimensional analysis. In 
addition, only advection by the Darcy-flow velocities and 
linear absorption by the soil-matrix are considered in depicting 
movement of the trace contaminant. Current storage alloca- 
tion of the program allows maxima of 10 layers, 3 types of 
boundary conditions, 200 eigenvalues. 1000 time-steps, 21 
spatial locations for output of results. (ERA citation 
08:024274)...Software Description: IBM360,370; FORTRAN IV 
(97%) and BAL (3%); OS/360,370; Approximately 240K bytes 
of storage are required for execution. 

NUBOW-2D Inelastic; Bowed Reactor Core Analysis. 

B. K. Cha, and G. A. McLennan. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-790 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048790 Price code: CP T09 

This program solves the two-dimensional mechanical equilibri- 
um configuration of a core restraint system, which is subject- 
ed to radial temperature and flux gradients, on a time incre- 
ment basis. At each time increment, the code calculates the 
irradiation creep and swelling strains for each duct from user- 
specified creep and swelling correlations. Using the calculat- 
ed thermal bowing, inelastic bowing and the duct dilation, the 
corresponding equilibrium forces, beam deflections, total 
beam displacements, and structural reactivity changes are 
calculated. Maxima of 25 beam segments, 16 rows, 6 load 
points, 144 cells. All the ducts are treated as thin shell hexa- 
gons, and only the radial direction effects of creep and swell- 
ing are considered. The peak fluence increment must be less 
than or equal to 2.5 x 10 n/cm for the purpose of determining 
the time increment. (ERA citation 08:02351 4). ..Software De- 
scription: IBM370; FORTRAN IV; OS/370; 250K bytes of stor- 
age are used. The program requires a card reader, a line 
printer, and two disk units for temporary storage of inelastic 
strain data. If the restart option is desired, another disk or 
tape unit is used for restart file data. 

TRANSPORT; Design of Charged Particle BEAMS. 

F. Rothacker. 

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, CA. 1 984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-791 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 



DE83048791 



Price code: CP T12 



The first- and second-order optical properties of static-magnet 
charged particle beam transport systems are analyzed. The 
program can vary some of the physical parameters of the ele- 
ments comprising the system and impose various constraints 
on the beam design. The effects of space charge are as- 
sumed to be negligible. (ERA citation 08:0241 65). ..Software 
Description IBM370; FORTRAN IV; OS/370; 320K bytes of 
memory, a card input unit, and printer and punch output units 
are used. Numerous versions of TRANSPORT are available 
for other computers as well as overlayed versions for IBM 
computers. 

EVITS; Steady State Two-Dimensional Fluid Flow. 

H. M. Domanus. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-792 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048792 Price code: CP T09 

EVITS was developed for estimating steady-state, incom- 
pressible, isothermal flow fields in complex two-dimensional 
geometries. A velocity-stream function formulation is used 
along with a model to resolve viscous effects at solid bound- 
aries. A number of geometry and ten boundary type options 
are included to permit specification of a variety of flow situa- 
tions. Maxima of 50 connected line segments to define solu- 
tion domain, 40 x 40 grid for calculation. (ERA citation 
08:024568)...Software Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/360; 270K bytes of memory, system card input and 
print output units, and, optionally, disk or tape units used for 
storage of problem data for subsequent plotting or problem 
input and error messages. 

CHNSED; Sediment and Containment Transport Model. 

D. E. Fields. 

Union Carbide Corp., Oak Ridge, TN. Nuclear Div. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-793 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048793 Price code: CP T12 

CHNSED is an expanded model of hydrologic response of a 
watershed. It includes the simulation of trace contaminant 
transport through the watershed. Within the stream channel 
system trace contaminant is transported in dissolved and ad- 
sorbed form. CHNSED includes both SEDTRN, a model of 
sediment transport through a rectangular stream channel 
system, and the Wisconsin Hydrologic Transport Model, 
WHTM (NESC Abstract 808), a processes model. Processes 
considered in CHNSED include particulate mobilization (sheet 
erosion and overland transport) and dissolved contaminant 
transport (associated with run off, interflow, and base flow 
inputs to the channel system). An ion exchange submodel 
simulates the soil-contaminant-water interaction at the land 
surface, and sediment transport and partitioning of trace con- 
taminant between water and sediment in the channel system 
are also included. Following its entry into the channel system, 
dissolved contaminant transport is derived from flow routing 
algorithms of the WHTM. Routing of the adsorbed fraction is 
controlled by sediment transport dynamics, which are gov- 
erned by bedload and suspended load sediment transport. 
Current computer storage allocation allows a watershed to be 
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broken down into seven separate reaches. Reference report. 
ORNL/NSF/EATC-19. (ERA citation 08:024275)...Software 
Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV (96%) and BAL (4%); 
OS/360; 350K bytes of storage are required and FORTRAN 
logical units 1 through 4 are utilized for temporary files during 
problem execution. 

OPTRM; Hydrologic Transport with Optimization. 

D. E. Fields. 

Union Carbide Corp., Oak Ridge, TN. Nuclear Div. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-794 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048794 Price code: CP T12 

OPTRM is utilized to determine an optimal set of model pa- 
rameters for the Wisconsin Hydrologic Transport Model, 
WHTM (NESC Abstract 808). An optimal set of parameters is 
defined as that set which gives in a mathematical sense the 
best simulation; i.e., which provides the best match on either 
a monthly or daily basis between observed outflows and sim- 
ulated outflows. The term outflow applies here to either water 
or trace contaminant values. As currently structured, OPTRM 
optimizes a set of either six hydrologic response parameters 
or three contaminant transport-related values. OPTRM deter- 
mines a set of parameters for a single segment of a water- 
shed. A segment may be considered a normally homogene- 
ous region of the watershed. Reference report, ORNL/NSF/ 
EATC-14. (ERA citation 08:024276).. .Software Description: 
IBM360,370; FORTRAN IV (96%) and BAL (4%); OS/360; 
OPTRM utilizes an overlay structure requiring 290K bytes of 
storage. FORTRAN logical units 1 through 4, disk storage, 
are used as temporary files. The LAND and CHANL input are 
read from disk logical unit 5 with other input data read from 
unit 10. In addition to the print output on logical unit 15, units 
6 and 1 3 are used for daily observed and simulated flow print 
and plot output. 

SHOCK; Dynamic Response of Lumped-Mass Systems. 

V. K. Gabrielson. 

Sandia National Labs., Livermore, CA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-795 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048795 Price code: CP T1 1 

SHOCK calculates the dynamic response of a structure mod- 
eled as a spring-mass system having one or two degrees of 
freedom for each mass when subjected to specified environ- 
ments. The code determines the behavior of each lumped 
mass (displacement, velocity, and acceleration for each 
degree of freedom) and the behavior of each spring or cou- 
pling (force, shear, moment, and displacement) as a function 
of time. Two types of models, axial, having one degree of 
freedom, and lateral, having two degrees of freedom at each 
mass can be processed. Damping can be included in all 
models and shock spectrums of responses can be obtained. 
Maxima of 100 masses, 200 springs or couplings. Complex 
arrangements of nonlinear options must be carefully checked 
by the user. (ERA citation 08:024087). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600.7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.4 or NOS/BE; 
125,000 (octal) words of storage are used. 

HAARM3; Aerosol Behavior LOG-Normal Dist Model. 

J. A. Gieseke, K. W. Lee, and L. D. Reed. 



Batteile Columbus Labs., OH. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

797 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 

DE83048797 Price code: CP T1 1 

HAARM3, an acronym for Heterogeneous Aerosol Agglomer- 
ation Revised Model 3, is the third program in the HAARM 
series developed to predict the time-dependent behavior of 
radioactive aerosols under postulated LMFBR accident condi- 
tions. HAARM3 was developed to include mechanisms of aer- 
osol growth and removal which had not been accounted for in 
the earlier models. In addition, experimental measurements 
obtained on sodium oxide aerosols have been incorporated in 
the code. As in HAARM2, containment gas temperature, pres- 
sure, and temperature gradients normal to interior surfaces 
are permitted to vary with time. The effects of reduced densi- 
ty on sodium oxide agglomerate behavior and of nonspherical 
shape of particles on aerosol behavior mechanisms are taken 
into account, and aerosol agglomeration due to turbulent air 
motion is considered. Also included is a capability to calculate 
aerosol concentration attenuation factors and to restart prob- 
lems requiring long computing times. Maxima of 1000 time- 
steps, 42 discrete radii for the distribution calculations. Refer- 
ence report, BMI-NUREG-1991. (ERA citation 
08:023582)...Software Description: CDC6400,7600,CYBER73; 
FORTRAN IV, FTN4.5 (CDC7600); NOS/BE 1.0 (CDC 
CYBER73), SCOPE 2.1.3 (CDC7600); 117,000 (octal) words 
of storage are required. 

MSF21;VTE21; Desalination Plant Optimization. 

J. V. Wilson. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

798 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 

DE83048798 Price code: CP T1 2 

MSF21 and VTE21 perform design and costing calculations 
for multistage flash evaporator (MSF) and multieffect vertical 
tube evaporator (VTE) desalination plants. An optimization ca- 
pability is available, if desired. The MSF plant consists of a 
recovery section, reject section, brine heater, and associated 
buildings and equipment. Operating costs and direct and indi- 
rect capital costs for plant, buildings, site, and intakes are cal- 
culated. Computations are based on the first and last stages 
of each section and a typical middle recovery stage. As a 
result, the program runs rapidly but does not give stage by 
stage parameters. The VTE plant consists of vertical tube ef- 
fects, multistage flash preheater, condenser, and brfine 
heater and associated buildings and equipment. Design com- 
putations are done for each vertical tube effect, but preheater 
computations are based on the first and last stages and a 
typical middle stage. The loss of tray brine temperature is the 
same for each stage in the heat recovery section and in the 
heat reject section. The temperature and the flow rate of the 
heat reject stream are always greater than zero. Reference 
reports, ORNL-TM-3535 Parts V and VI, ORNL/TM-5230 with 
Errata, NESC Note, and ORNL-TM-3535 Part III (2 Micro- 
fiche). (ERA citation 08:024088)...Software Description: 
IBM360.370; FORTRAN (97%) and BAL (3%); OS/360,370; 
MSF21.VTE21 requires 272K bytes of storage for execution. 
Standard system card-image input and printer output units are 
needed. 

TDIST2; Community Energy Consumption Analysis. 



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M. W. Golay. 

Massachusetts Inst, of Tech., Cambridge. Dept. of Nuclear 

Engineering. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-799 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048799 Price code: CP T1 1 

The TDIST2 program designs and performs an analysis of 
community size total energy systems supplying thermal and 
electrical energy to a multi-consumer-type metropolitan area. 
The program models the time-dependent energy requirements 
of building unit consumers, distributes these demands within a 
Thermal Utility System (TUS), simulates the TUS performance 
and determines the required behavior of the power station 
and thermal-energy storage reservoir. The energy require- 
ments of the community fall into three categories: space con- 
ditioning demands (heating and cooling), electric non-space 
conditioning demands (load from use of lights, motors, etc.), 
and hot water demands. TDIST2 can handle a maximum of 
20 different building types. Piping systems used in the total 
energy system can have only one energy source. Reference 
report, FESA-RT-2047. (ERA citation 08:023872)...Software 
Description: IBM370,303x; FORTRAN IV, IBM FORTRAN G 
compiler; OS/370 MVT, Release 21.7; 250K bytes of 
memory, card-image input unit, and printer and card-punch 
output units. 

LINPACK; Simultaneous Linear Algebraic Equations. 

J. J. Dongarra. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-800 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048800 Price code: CP T1 5 

LINPACK is a collection of FORTRAN subroutines which ana- 
lyze and solve various classes of systems of simultaneous 
linear algebraic equations. The collection deals with general, 
banded, symmetric indefinite, symmetric positive definite, tri- 
angular, and tridiagonal square matrices, as well as with least 
squares problems and the QR and singular value decomposi- 
tions of rectangular matrices. A subroutine-naming convention 
is employed in which each subroutine name consists of five 
letters which represent a coded specification (TXXYY) of the 
computation done by that subroutine. The LINPACK package 
also includes a set of routines to perform basic vector oper- 
ations called the Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms (BLAS). 
There are no subroutines for general sparse matrices or for 
iterative methods for very large problems. Reference reports, 
SAND-77-0898 and ANL-80-105. (ERA citation 
08:025242).. .Software Description: IBM360.370 (designed to 
be machine-independent); FORTRAN; OS/360,370 of the 
IBM360.370; The entire coefficient matrix will usually be 
stored in the computer memory, although there are provisions 
for band matrices and for row-by-row processing of large rec- 
tangular matrices. 240K bytes of storage are required for exe- 
cution of a typical sample problem on the IBM360.370 
system. 

SKILLS INVENTORY; Personnel Information System. 

W. Boschear, and R. Aaron. 

Holmes and Narver, Inc., Las Vegas, NV. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-801 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 



modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048801 Price code: CP T1 1 

The personnel SKILLS INVENTORY system consists of the 
three programs SKILLS, SKLFORM, and SEARCH. Each pro- 
gram is run independently of the others. SKILLS is designed 
to add, change, and delete personal data; build, search and/ 
or print one master record for each employee entered into 
the system, whether active or terminated; delete an employ- 
ee's entire master record; insert indicative comments when 
required; and perform a general check against an employee 
personnel card deck to ensure compatibility of data. Using 
skills search parameter cards, SEARCH can perform a com- 
plex variety and combination of searches, including a reverse 
search, and print various listings on a selective basis. Listing 
information includes educational degrees, professional li- 
censes, professional society memberships, education, and 
employment status. SKLFORM converts employees' coded 
data into readable English language and prints their entire 
record. Each employee's record is limited to 999 ten-charac- 
ter words, including comments. Each update is limited to 999 
SKILLS cards. (ERA citation 08:025224)...Software Descrip- 
tion: CDC6400,7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; The number of 
words (octal) of small core memory (SCM) required to exe- 
cute each of the three programs is: SKILLS-62,000, 
SKLFORM-55,000, and SEARCH-21,000. 

SCHAFF; Heat and Water Transfer in Porous Media. 

M. L Sorey, and M. J. Lippmann. 
California Univ., Berkeley. Lawrence Berkeley Lab. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-802 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048802 Price code: CP T1 1 

The SCHAFF (Slightly Compressible Heat and Fluid Flow) 
program was developed for numerical modeling of liquid geo- 
thermal systems involving natural convection and hot spring 
discharge. For one-, two-, or three-dimensional porous media, 
the single-phase fluid and heat transfer equations are solved 
interlaced in time, using an integrated finite difference 
method. The mathematical model describing the physical be- 
havior of hot-water geothermal systems is used to analyze 
natural or cellular convection in permeable layers heated from 
below. The equations used do not include source terms. With 
a mass source, such as a recharge or discharge well, the flow 
field would not necessarily equilibrate within each thermal 
cycle. (ERA citation 08:023362).. .Software Description: 
CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1-. The program requires 
approximately 11 OK words of central memory for execution. 
Standard system input and print and punch output units are 
required along with units for temporary storage of two tape or 
disk files. 

BASIC2 INTERPRETER; Minimal Basic Language. 

P. R. McGoldrick, T. G. Allison, and J. Dickinson. 
Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-803 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048803 Price code: CP T1 3 

The BASIC2 INTERPRETER was developed to provide a 
high-level easy-to-use language for performing both control 
and computational functions in the MCS-80. The package is 



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supplied as two alternative implementations, hardware and 
software. The software implementation provides the following 
capabilities: entry and editing of BASIC programs, device-in- 
dependent I/O, special functions to allow access from BASIC 
to any I/O port, formatted printing, special INPUT/OUTPUT- 
and-proceed statements to allow I/O without interrupting 
BASIC program execution, full arithmetic expressions, limited 
string manipulation (10 or fewer characters), shorthand forms 
for common BASIC keywords, immediate mode BASIC state- 
ment execution, and capability of running a BASIC program 
that is stored in PROM. The allowed arithmetic operations are 
addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and raising a 
number to a positive integral power. In the second, or "hard- 
ware, implementation of BASIC2 requiring an Am9511 Arith- 
metic Processing Unit (APU) interfaced to the 8080 micro- 
processor, arithmetic operations are performed by the APU. 
The following additional built-in functions are available in this 
implementation: square root, sine, cosine, tangent, arcsine, 
arccosine, arctangent, exponential, logarithm base e, and 
logarithm base 10. MCS-80,8080-based microcomputers; 
8080 Assembly language; Approximately 8K bytes of RAM to 
store the assembled interpreter, additional user program 
space, and necessary peripheral devices. The hardware im- 
plementation requires an Am951 1 Arithmetic Processing Unit 
and an interface board. Reference report, UCID-17752. (ERA 
citation 08:025243)...Software Description: MCS-80; 8080 As- 
sembly; 8K bytes of core. 

CHART; Iodine Decay Heat on Charcoal Adsorbers. 

R. P. Shields, and M. Siman-Tov. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

804 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048804 Price code: CP T1 1 

CHART was developed for the thermal analysis of the char- 
coal adsorber in a reactor containment system; maximum 
temperatures caused by iodine adsorption under accident 
conditions are estimated. A differential equation relating the 
charcoal slab temperature to the heat generation rate, air flow 
rate, and the heat parameters of air and charcoal is solved in 
both one and three dimensions. Principal consideration is 
given very low flow rates and times soon after accident onset, 
the conditions which pose the greatest threat to the charcoal. 
CHART is limited to maxima of 1750 lattice points, 100 re- 
gions, 50 materials, 50 boundary conditions, 100 fine lattice 
lines along any axis, 50 gross lattice lines along any axis, 20 
heat generation functions, 25 initial temperature functions, 50 
position-dependent functions, 20 time-dependent functions. 
Reference report, ORNL-4602. (ERA citation 
08:023583)...Software Description: IBM360,370,303x; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/360,370; CHART requires approximately 465K 
bytes of storage for execution and the standard input and 
output units. 

DOPSEL; Self-Shielding in the Resonance Region. 

S. Ganeson, P. B. Rao, and R. S. Singh. 
Reactor Research Centre, Kalpakkam (India). 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-805 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048805 Price code: CP T1 1 

DOPSEL evaluates the temperature- and composition-de- 
pendent self-shielded cross-sections and self-shielding fac- 



tors for neutron capture, fission, and scattering processes in 
both resolved and unresolved regions. The generalized reso- 
nance integrals under the NR approximation for both fissile 
and fertile materials and infinite dilution cross sections are 
also calculated. Twenty resonances on either side of the ref- 
erence resonance are tested for inclusion in the overlap 
effect, and the following assumptions are made: the velocity 
of the target nucleus is small compared to the neutron veloci- 
ty, the partial widths are independent of energy, and the 
nuclei have a Maxwellian velocity distribution. Reference 
report, RRC-6, and Atomkernenergie Bd. 27 reprint. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:024702).. .Software Description: IBM370; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/370 MVT; 250K bytes of memory. 

2DEPEP; Elliptic, Parabolic and Eigenvalue Solutions. 

E. G. Sewell. 

Purdue Univ., Lafayette, IN. Dept. of Computer Science. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-806 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048806 Price code: CP T09 

2DEPEP solves the partial differential equation system: 
C1(X,Y,U,V,T)*DU/DT = D(OXX)/DX+ D(OXY)/DY+ 

F1(X,Y,U,V,T) C2(X,Y,U,V,T)*DV/DT= D(OYX)/DX+ 

D(OYY)/DY+ F2(X,Y,U,V,T) in a general two-dimensional 
region, R, with U= FB1(S) V= FB2(S) for S on BR1, and 
OXX*NX+ OXY*NY= GB1(S,U,V,T) OYX*NX+ OYY*NY = 
GB2(S,U,V,T) for S on BR2, where BR1 and BR2 are distinct 
parts of the boundary. (NX,NY)= unit outward normal. U= 
U0(X,Y) V= V0(X,Y) for T= TO, and OXX= OXX(X,Y,DU/ 
DX,DU/DY,DV/DX,DV/DY,T) OXY= OXY(X,Y,DU/DX,DU/ 
DY,DV/DX,DV/DY,T) OYX= OYX(X,Y,DU/DX,DU/DY,DV/ 
DX.DV/DY.T) OYY= OYY(X,Y,DU/DX,DU/DY,DV/DX,DV/ 
DY,T). The Jacobian matrices of derivatives of 
OXX,OXY,OYX,OYY with respect to DU/DX.DU/DY.DV/ 
DX.DV/DY and of F1,F2 with respect to U,V and of GB1.GB2 
with respect to U,V must be symmetric. The related elliptic 
and eigenvalue problems are also solved by 2DEPEP and 
single equations can be handled efficiently. Examples of ap- 
plications of the program are elasticity, one- or two-compo- 
nent diffusion, heat conduction, minimal surface, potential 
problems and the time-independent and time-dependent 
Schrodinger equations. At most two simultaneous partial dif- 
ferential equations can be solved. The input data set is limited 
to 200 cards. This can be increased by changing the value of 
the variable MXCARD and increasing the dimensions of the 
arrays L, INDX, and LNAM in the preprocessor. (ERA citation 
08:025244)...Software Description: CDC6500,7600; FOR- 
TRAN IV; SCOPE; 120K (octal) words of memory are required 
together with an auxiliary storage device, such as disk or 
tape, for temporary use in large problems (unit 2), and an- 
other storage device for temporary use to store the pre- 
processor output. 

SLACKLY; One-Dimensional Multicavity Klystron Tube 
Analysis. 

D. Russell, and B. Tice. 

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, CA. 1 984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-807 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048807 Price code: CP T1 1 



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SLACKLY performs a one-dimensionat analysis of a multica- 
vity Klystron tube. Its formulation is based on the application 
of polarization variables to the physics of the propagation of a 
confined beam of electrons within a drift tube and the interac- 
tion of this beam with the cavities of the Klystron. By specify- 
ing the geometry of the Klystron and an appropriate set of ini- 
tial conditions, a comprehensive analysis of the tube's char- 
acteristics will result. Space charge effects and higher-order 
harmonics are included in the simulation. Highly relativistic 
simulations may fail. (ERA citation 08:0241 66). ..Software De- 
scription: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; OS/360,370; The pro- 
gram requires 1 72K bytes of memory and standard input and 
output units for execution. 

WHTM; Wisconsin Hydrologic Transport Model. 

R. J. Raridon, J. K. Munro, Jr., M. R. Patterson, D. E. Fields, 

and D. D. Huff. 

Union Carbide Corp., Oak Ridge, TN. Computer Sciences Div. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-808 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048808 Price code: CP T12 

WHTM is the Wisconsin Hydrologic Transport Model which 
treats the movement of water and trace amounts of chemi- 
cals from the place and time of introduction onto the land 
area segments of a watershed, through these segment verti- 
cal profiles to the water table or laterally to streams, and 
through the stream channel network to the watershed outfall. 
Overland and stream flow are governed by the Chezy-Man- 
ning equation. Trace chemical transport is represented by an 
ion-exchange model which uses a single distribution coeffi- 
cient K(d) for each chemical species. Operation of the pro- 
gram requires historical hourly precipitation data and daily or 
monthly climatological data in addition to the parameters used 
to describe the watershed. Current version of the problem 
allows treatment of three land segments, seven reaches in 
the stream network, and one chemical element. The program 
has been used typically for 12-14 month simulations at one 
execution. Reference reports, ORNL-NSF-EATC-7 and 
ORNL/NSF/EATC-29. (ERA citation 08:024277)...Software 
Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV (96%) and Assembler 
(4%); OS/360 (IBM360), OS/370 (IBM370.3033); 41 OK bytes 
of storage are required for execution. 

TVENT; Ventilation System Transient Analysis. 

K. H. Duerre, R. W. Andrae, and W. S. Gregory. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-809 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048809 Price code: CP T1 1 

TVENT predicts flows and pressures in ventilation systems 
caused by pressure transients such as a tornado. A ventila- 
tion system model includes system elements (components 
such as filters, dampers, ducts, blowers) connected at nodal 
points to form networks. The program solves one-dimensional 
lumped parameter, incompressible flow equations augmented 
by fluid storage. The user can identify points of excessive de- 
pressurization and areas of high flow. Maxima of 500 
branches, 400 nodes, 60 rooms, 40 blowers, 20 boundary 
nodes, 5 time functions, 20 points per time function, 15 
blower functions, 20 points per blower function, 10 frames, 4 
plots per frame, 50 points per plot. (ERA citation 



08:024089)...Software Description: CDC7600;IBM360,370; 
FORTRAN IV; NOS, LTSS, and SCOPE (CDC7600), OS/360 
(1BM360); 53,000 (octal) words of memory. 

CREEP-PLAST2; Two-Dimensional Inelastic Structural 
Analysis. 

J. A. Clinard. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

81 OR U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048810 Price code: CP T13 

CREEP-PLAST2 is a special-purpose two-dimensional inelas- 
tic structural analysis program based on an incremental finite- 
element method. It is applicable to static and quasi-static 
loadings of plane structures (in-plane loadings, plane-stress 
conditions) and axisymmetric structures (axisymmetric load- 
ings). The loadings can consist of combinations of applied 
forces, pressures, displacements, and/or temperatures. Cyclic 
as well as monotonic loadings can be treated, and loadings 
can be proportional or nonproportional. The structure can be 
composed of up to three different materials; each should be 
adequately represented by the thermoelastic-plastic-creep 
constitutive equation forms recommended for austenitic stain- 
less steel in U.S. DOE RDT Standard F9-5T, (September 
1974). Two postprocessor graphics programs use plot output 
files from CREEP-PLAST2 to display the time and/or me- 
chanical load histories of nodal displacement, stress, strain, 
and temperature (HISTORY-PLOT) and contour lines of whole 
field deformations and stress, strain or temperature (CON- 
TOUR-PLOT). Reference reports, ORNL/TM-5868, ORNL- 
TM-4642, ORNL-TM-4642 Supplement 2, and Note * 
RECFM= VBS, BLKSIZE-3520. (ERA citation 
08:024090)...Software Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV 
(95%) and BAL (5%); OS/360,370, Level 21.6/21.7; A mini- 
mum of 230K bytes of storage is required. Storage require- 
ments my vary up to 1500K bytes for a non-overlay solution 
of larger problems. The program requires approximately 41 OK 
bytes of storage to execute the sample problems. Standard 
input and output units are needed. In addition, the KBSAM 
utility routines could require up to 5 direct-access storage 
units for scratch storage, and as many as 5 additional se- 
quential files on peripheral units depending on user-selected 
program options. The plotting programs HISTORY-PLOT and 
CONTOUR-PLOT each execute in less than 170K bytes of 
storage. 

COMB; One-Dimensional High-Temperature Coal 
Combustor Model. 

P. M. Chung, and R. S. Smith. 

Illinois Univ. at Chicago Circle. Dept. of Energy Engineering. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-811 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE8304881 1 Price code: CP T09 

COMB performs a steady-state one-dimensional analysis to 
predict overall behavior of a high-temperature coal combustor 
for use in open-cycle MHD power-generation systems. Fol- 
lowing ignition a one-dimensional flow model with radiative 
heat loss is used to describe the subsequent vaporization of 
ash and devolatilization, combustion, and gasification of the 
coal. Combustion is considered to take place either at a flame 
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particle surface. Redistribution of combustion products in the 
main gas stream of the combustor is assumed to occur ac- 
cording to simplified chemical equilibrium criteria, and the var- 
ious competing reactions within the coal particle are resolved 
by use of a simplified devolatilization rate formula. Reference 
report, ANL/MHD-77-2. (ERA citation 08:023765)...Software 
Description: IBM370; PL/I; OS/370; 130K bytes of storage 
are needed. 

DWG100RQ;DWG101RQ; Convert to or from SI Units. 

J. T. Scott, and D. Branscomb. 

Monsanto Research Corp., Miamisburg, OH. Mound. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-812 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048812 Price code: CP T1 1 

DWG100RQ.DWG101RQ consists of five programs used to 
convert SI metric units of measurement from engineering 
drawings to U.S. customary dimensions based on the round- 
ing rules specified in the Mound Laboratory Design/Drafting 
Standard DWG No. SPA760290 (DWG100RQ), or to convert 
U.S. customary units of measurement from engineering draw- 
ings to SI metric dimensions based on the rounding rules 
specified in the Mound Laboratory Design/Drafting Standard 
DWG No. SPA800269 (DWG101RQ). The five programs are 
MTRC0001, MTRC0002, MTRC0003, MTRC0004, and 
MTRC1001. MTRC0002 is a preprocessor used to format 
input data to align decimal points, generating 83-character 
data records that can be easily sorted. MTRC0003 and 
MTRC0004 sort numerical data based on the sign of the 
number and the sign of the exponent. MTRC0003 writes the 
numerical data to one of four files based on whether the 
number is positive or negative and whether the exponent is 
positive or negative. These files are then sorted by the IBM 
System SORT utility and merged by MTRC0004 for input 
either to MTRC0001, if metric units are to be converted to 
U.S. customary units, or to MTRC1001, if U.S. customary 
units are to be converted to metric units. (ERA citation 
08:025245)...Software Description: IBM360,370,303x; FOR- 
TRAN IV (85%) and COBOL Version 4 (1 5%); OS/360; 50K 
bytes of memory are required to execute MTRC0002, 
MTRC0003, and MTRC0004. MTRC0001 and MTRC1001 re- 
quire 90K bytes and the IBM SORT utility uses 70K bytes. 

GLOVE CHANGE ANALYSIS SYSTEM; Glove Data Base. 

J. W. Sanders. 

Rockwell International, Golden, CO. Rocky Flats Plant. 1 984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-813 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048813 Price code: CP T1 1 

The system uses the Glovebox Glove Data Base for analysis 
of the frequency, nature, and probable cause of glovebox 
glove failures, and for tracking and scheduling routine preven- 
tive-maintenance changes. The system provides edits of 
weekly data input, monthly summary of change activity and 
gloves scheduled to be changed, plus a maintenance-type 
program to annually remove old data from the active files. 
File retrieval language is then used to perform non-routine 
statistical analyses on any combination of data elements. The 
GLOVE CHANGE ANALYSIS SYSTEM was developed in sup- 
port of an overall Glove Quality Program administered by the 
Rocky Flats Quality Engineering and Control organization. No 
controls are included on glove inventory or issues from stock, 



nor does the system provide validation of glove type correct- 
ness for various kinds of service. (ERA citation 
08:024091 )...Software Description: IBM360, COBOL with 
TOTAL DBMS (95%) and Assembler (5%); OS/360 HASP 
with CAPEX optimizer. 

TRITMOD; Advection Model of Tritium Dispersion. 

C. E. Murphy. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SO Savannah 
River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-814 U.S. Sales 
Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 
in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 
recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 
have questions. 
DE83048814 Price code: CP T03 

TRITMOD is a steady-state advection model of tritium disper- 
sion and cycling in underlying vegetation and soil from an at- 
mospheric point source. Radial geometry is assumed. Tritium 
is in both gaseous and water vapor form. Steady-state condi- 
tions and radial geometry are assumed. (ERA citation 
08:024261). ..Software Description: IBM360; CSMP; OS/370. 

ALVIN; Differential-Integral Data Consistency. 

D. R. Harris, W. A. Reupke, and W. B. Wilson. 
Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst., Troy, NY. Dept. of Nuclear 
Engineering. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-815 U.S. Sales 
Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 
in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 
recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 
have questions. 

DE83048815 Price code: CP T1 5 

ALVIN analyzes the consistency of a set of differential and in- 
tegral nuclear data, adjusts the differential nuclear data to im- 
prove agreement with integral observations, and identifies in- 
consistent data. ALVIN also computes required sensitivities 
and related quantities such as sensitivity profiles. Reference 
report, LA-5987. (ERA citation 08:024639)...Software Descrip- 
tion: CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; 55,000 (octal) words 
of small core memory (SCM) and 303,000 (octal) words of 
large core memory (LCM) are required to execute the pro- 
gram. 

DPOLE; Helmholtz Equation on General Three- 
Dimensional Region. 

O. Widlund, and D. P. O'Leary. 

New York Univ., NY. Courant Inst, of Mathematical Sciences. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-816 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048816 Price code: CP T1 1 

DPOLE solves the Dirichlet problem for the Helmholtz equa- 
tion over a general bounded three-dimensional region imbed- 
ded in a unit cube -W(XX)-W(YY)-W(ZZ) + CC*W= G1 in the 
region W= F on the boundary where F and G1 are given 
functions of X, Y, and Z, and CC is a real constant. The 
boundary is arbitrary. Reference report, COO-3077-155. (ERA 
citation 08:025246)...Software Description: CDC6600,7600; 
FORTRAN IV, FTN 4.6+ 460 compiler; SCOPE 3.4.4 
(CDC6600), SCOPE 2.1.3 (CDC7600); 52K (octal) words of 
memory are required. 

COVE1; Creep Collapse for Oval Fuel Pin Tube. 



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C. L Mohr. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-817 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048817 Price code: CP T1 1 

COVE1 is a time-dependent incremental creep collapse code 
that estimates the change in ovality of a fuel pin cladding 
tube. Application is intended primarily for tubes manufactured 
from zircaloy. Therefore, provision is made for the effects of 
anisotropy in the Prandtl-Reuss flow equations for inelastic in- 
cremental deformations by using the P and R strain ratio co- 
efficients. The creep deformation is computed in terms of the 
length of the collapse zone and includes the effects of 
changes in temperatures, system pressure, fill gas pressure, 
and neutron flux levels. COVE1 does not include the thermal 
gradient in either the stress or creep calculation. A uniform 
temperature through the thickness of the tube is assumed, 
and creep strains and thermal stress effects due to the ther- 
mal gradients are not included. Reference report, BNWL- 
1896. (ERA citation 08:023555)...Software Description: 
CDC6600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.4.2; 135K (octal) storage 
is required for execution. 

CONTEMPT4/MOD2; Multicompartment Containment. 

L. J. Metcalfe, and D. R. Meier. 

EDS Nuclear, Inc., San Francisco, CA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-818 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048818 Price code: CP T99 

CONTEMPT4/MOD2 describes the long-term behavior of 
multicompartment pressurized water reactor (PWR) contain- 
ment systems and experimental containment systems sub- 
jected to postulated loss-of-coolant accident (LOCA) condi- 
tions. The program calculates the time variation of compart- 
ment pressures, temperatures, mass and energy inventories, 
heat structure temperature distributions, and intercompart- 
ment mass and energy exchange based on user-supplied 
values for compartment descriptions, time-step and edit con- 
trols, and selected problem features. Analytical models avail- 
able to describe containment systems include models for con- 
tainment fans and pumps, cooling sprays, fan coolers, heat 
conducting structures, sump drain, and PWR ice condensers. 
Optional automatic time-step control allows the code to deter- 
mine time-step sizes within limits dictated by the user. 
Maxima of 999 lumped parameter compartments, 999 input 
tables, 99 intercompartment flow junctions, 99 of most other 
containment features. Reference report, TREE-NUREGO-12-2. 
(ERA citation 08:023584)...Software Description: CDC7600; 
FORTRAN IV (96%) and CMPASS (4%); SCOPE 2.1; 
160,000 (octal) small core memory (SCM) and 100,000 (octal) 
large core memory (LCM) are required for CONTEMPT4 com- 
pilation. CalComp or FR80 plotting devices are needed for 
graphical output. 

ANOVA; Three Factor Analysis of Variance. 

J. H. Carder, and G. M. Grogger. 

Bendix Corp., Kansas City, MO. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-819 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048819 Price code: CP T09 



ANOVA provides the analysis of variance techniques neces- 
sary to analyze experimental data. Four models can be used 
to analyze one, two, or three factor experiments, with the fac- 
tors being either fixed or random. These models are: fully 
crossed, fully nested, factors A and C crossed with B nested 
in A, and factors A and B crossed with C nested in AB. Due 
to current program dimensions, maxima of 40 levels of factor 

A, 20 levels of factor B, 20 levels of factor C, and 100 re- 
peats are allowed. Reference report, BKC Document 25. 
(ERA citation 08:025247)...Software Description: CDC6600; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; 55,000 (octal) words of memory. 

STESEP; Solar Total Energy System Evaluation. 

B. L. McFarland. 

Rockwell International, Canoga Park, CA. Energy Systems 

Group. 1984, mag tape ANL/ NESC-821 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048821 Price code: CP T09 

STESEP was developed to evaluate trade-offs related to cas- 
cading of thermal power conversion systems, determination 
of optimum collector sizes and operating conditions, and 
comparison of solar total energy concepts in various types of 
commercial buildings in different parts of the country. 
STESEP evaluates the operating Rankine cycle solar thermal 
total energy system and photovoltaic total energy system for 
commercial buildings using either a deterministic approxima- 
tion of the local weather conditions or tape data from typical 
meteorological year (TMY) tapes developed by Sandia Lab- 
oratories, Albuquerque, from the SOLMET tapes of the Na- 
tional Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA's) 
National Climatic Center, Asheville, North Carolina. Only aver- 
age days can be considered. Only superheated Rankine ther- 
mal cycles can be analyzed. Only sensible heat thermal stor- 
age systems can be included in the analysis. Transients due 
to cloud formations or startup/shutdown conditions cannot be 
analyzed. Variable inflation or escalation rates cannot be ana- 
lyzed. Reference report, AI-78-18. (ERA citation 
08:023297)...Software Description: CDC6600,7600;IBM370; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/370 (IBM370), SCOPE (CDC6600.7600); 
94K bytes of memory (IBM370) and 31 K (octal) words of 
memory. 

SPAR1; Shielding with Analytic Ray-Tracing. 

O. J. Wallace. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-823R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048823 Price code: CP T14 

SPAR1 calculates exact gamma-ray fluxes from uniform 
sources with the shapes of slabs, disks, lines, cylinders, trun- 
cated cones, toroids, and spheres. Gamma-ray dose rates 
and energy absorption rates can also be obtained by includ- 
ing in the program input data gamma-ray buildup factors ex- 
pressed in Taylor Exponential Coefficient form. Furthermore, 
SPAR1 will calculate fast-neutron dose rates and thermal- 
neutron fluxes in those cases where the use of neutron-re- 
moval cross sections is valid. In general, all three-dimensional 
sources having curved surfaces (cylinders, spheres, and tor- 
oids) may have both curved and slab shields intervening be- 
tween the source and the detector point. Slab shields are al- 
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to be laminar. Source self-attenuation is always included in 
flux calculations, and multiple energy levels may be consid- 
ered. Both interior and exterior detector points are allowed for 
cylindrical, slab, and spherical sources, and line sources may 
be tilted with respect to their slab shields. The detector point 
associated with a cylindrical volume source may be arbitrarily 
located, and a finite cylindrical shield may be considered. A 
cylindrical surface source is also available. No more than 20 
energy levels, 20 slab and 20 curved shield laminas, and one 
detector point can be considered in one case. Up to 250 
cases can be grouped in one run. Reference reports. WAPD- 
TM-1196 and WAPD-TM-1197. (ERA citation 
08:02471 9)...Software Description: CDC6600.7600; FOR- 
TRAN IV: SCOPE 3.1 (CDC6600); 50K central memory and 
one system disk. 

UDAD; Uranium Dispersion and Dosimetry Model, 

M. H. Momeni, Y. Yuan, and A. J. Zielen. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-824 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048824 Price code: CP T12 

The Uranium Dispersion and Dosimetry (UDAD) program pro- 
vides estimates of potential radiation exposure to individuals 
and to the general population in the vicinity of a uranium 
processing facility such as a uranium mine or mill. Only trans- 
port through the air is considered. Exposure results from inha- 
lation, external irradiation from airborne and ground-deposited 
activity, and ingestion of foodstuffs. Individual dose commit- 
ments, population dose commitments, and environmental 
dose commitments are computed. The program was devel- 
oped for application to uranium mining and milling; however, it 
may be applied to dispersion of any other pollutant. A maxi- 
mum of 80 sources may be specified. The UDAD default is 
240 receptor locations corresponding to the intersections in a 
grid pattern of 16 wind sectors and 15 radial destances. Any 
set of 0-15 distances in the range 0.1 to 99.9 km. may be se- 
lected. Reference report, NUREG/CR-0553 (ANL/ES-72). 
(ERA citation 08;0231 87). ..Software Description: 
IBM370,303x; FORTRAN IV (94%), PL/I (4%), and Assembly 
language (2%). The only use of PL/ 1 is the auxiliary plotting 
program, CONTOUR. The only use of Assembly language is 
the DATE, Gregorian calendar date routine.; OS/370; 430K 
bytes of memory are used. 

MESA; Maximum Entropy Time Series Analysis. 

B. L. Kirk, B. W. Rust, and W. Van Winkle. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

825 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048825 Price code: CP T1 1 

The MESA program determines periodic components from 
input data which represent a time series. Transformations 
may be performed on the raw data before doing the spectral 
analysis. Routines are included to calculate both the Fourier 
spectrum and maximum entropy spectrum, the Yule-Walker 
estimates of the autocovariance function, the periodogram or- 
dinates, the cumulative periodogram, the autocorrelation func- 
tion resulting from the maximum entropy computations, and 
the final prediction error, if desired. Maxima of 5 spectra, 5 
transformations, 600 data points, 599 frequencies. Reference 
report, ORNL-5332. (ERA citation 08:025250)...Software De- 



scription: IBM360,370; FORTRAN IV; OS/360 (IBM360), OS/ 
370 (IBM370); 250 to 320K bytes of main memory are re- 
quired with one input unit (logical unit 5) and one output unit 
(logical unit 6). 

PHOS1; pH and Conductivity of Sodium Phosphate 
Solutions. 

J. M. Wright, and G. E. Von Nieda. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-826R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048826 Price code: CP T03 

PHOS1 calculates the pH and conductivity of sodium phos- 
phate solutions. The equations are applicable for calculation 
of pH over the temperature range to 300 degrees C; the 
equations for conductivity are valid over the temperature 
range of to 50 degrees C. (ERA citation 08:024055).. .Soft- 
ware Description: DEC10; BASIC; TOPS-10; Standard DEC10. 

FASTCAR; Solution of Cauchy-Riemann Equations. 

M. Ghil, and R. Balgovind. 

New York Univ., NY. Courant Inst, of Mathematical Sciences. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-827 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048827 Price code: CP T09 

FASTCAR (a fast Cauchy-Riemann solver) solves a second- 
order accurate, discrete form of the inhomogeneous Cauchy- 
Riemann equations on a rectangle: Ux + Vy = d(x,y), Uy - 
Vx = e(x,y). Any one of the following combinations of bound- 
ary conditions is possible: (a) U(x,y) and V(x,y) are periodic in 
x. V(x,y) is assigned on the bottom and top of the rectangle, 
and the sum of U(x,y) is assigned over x for some fixed y. (b) 
V(x,y) is assigned on the bottom, top, and right sides of the 
rectangle, and U(x,y) is assigned on the left side, (c) V(x,y) is 
assigned on the bottom and top, and U(x,y) is assigned on 
the left and right of the rectangle. Numerical results indicate 
second-order accuracy even in cases where solutions do not 
have the smoothness required for the appropriate theoretical 
estimates. The number of mesh points is dependent on the 
type of boundary conditions. For U(x,y) and V(x,y) periodic in 
x, the number of mesh points in x must be a power of 2. For 
the other two cases, the number of mesh points in y for V(x,y) 
must be a power of 2 plus 1. (ERA citation 08:025251).. .Soft- 
ware Description: CDC6600,7600;IBM360,370; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE (CDC6600.7600), OS/370 (IBM370); 102,000 (octal) 
words of memory (CDC6600), 260 K bytes of memory. 

SWAP9; Stress-Wave Analysis in One-Dimensional Strain. 

L. M. Barker, and E. G. Young. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-828 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048828 Price code: CP T1 1 

SWAP9 is a computer program for solving stress-wave prob- 
lems in one-dimensional strain. It handles both hydrostatic 
and elastic-plastic materials, can incorporate such effects as 
work hardening, changes in elastic constants, and yield 
strength with pressure and internal energy, and spall at a 



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given tensile stress. SWAP9 can also treat detonations, 
gases, and vaporization of solids resulting from radiant energy 
deposition. A maximum of 25 different materials is allowed 
with up to 50 constants for each material. The maximum 
number of lines active on the x,t plane at any given time is 
300. Reference reports, SLA-74-0009 and Appendices F, G, 
and H from SC-DR-68-885. (ERA citation 08:024092)...Soft- 
ware Description: CDC6600,7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; 
110,000 (octal) words of memory are required on the 
CDC7600. 

OPTIMIZERS; Nonlinear Optimization Subroutines. 

K. E. Hillstrom. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-829 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048829 Price code: CP T13 

OPTIMIZERS is a collection of FORTRAN subroutines ad- 
dressed to the unconstrained nonlinear optimization problem. 
The specific problem areas covered by the routines are - (a) 
unconstrained optimization, (b) nonlinear least-squares optimi- 
zation, and the (c) solution of nonlinear systems of equations. 
No subroutines for derivative-free unconstrained optimization 
or for sparse nonlinear systems of equations are included. 
(ERA citation 08:025252)...Software Description: IBM360.370; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/370; 250K bytes of storage. 

HAUSER5; Nuclear Reaction Cross Sections. 

F. M. Mann. 

Hanford Engineering Development Lab., Richland, WA. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-830 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048830 Price code: CP T13 

HAUSER5 calculates angle-integrated and, if desired, angle- 
differential reaction cross sections which can include capture 
and fission channels. Cross sections for discrete particle 
channels can be calculated, as well as the total for each re- 
action pair. Tertiary reactions can be calculated as though the 
reaction occurs as two sequential binary reactions. There is 
no restriction on the spins of the particles. HAUSER5 can ac- 
curately predict nuclear cross sections over most energy 
ranges less than about 60 MeV. A maximum of six reaction 
pairs can be calculated. Residual nucleii can be described by 
100 discrete levels and by the constant temperature level for- 
mula and/or the Fermir-gas level description. Reference 
report, HEDL-TME-78-83, and NESC Note 80-04. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:024640). ..Software Description: UNIVAC1 100/44; 
FORTRAN V; EXEC8; Input device (logical unit 5) to read 
card images, output devices for printed copy (units 6, 8, 10, 
and 11), and output devices for punched cards (units 7 and 
9). HAUSER5, when overlayed, requires 58K words of 
memory. The auxiliary program, TISO, requires punch units 7 
and 8 and 17K words of memory. 

R075; Reverse Osmosis Desalting Plant Design. 

P. Glueckstern, S. A. Reed, and J. V. Wilson. 
Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
831 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 



DE83048831 



Price code: CP T1 1 



R075 is a program for the optimization of the design and ec- 
onomics of one- or two-stage seawater reverse osmosis 
plants. The program does not optimize or design the mem- 
brane properties and the internal structure and flow charac- 
teristics of the membrane modules; it assumes operating 
characteristics defined by the membrane manufacturers. Ref- 
erence report, ORNL/TM-5229. (ERA citation 
08:024093).. .Software Description: IBM360,370,303x; FOR- 
TRAN IV (92%) and Assembly language (8%); OS/360; 150K 
bytes of memory are needed for execution. 

SOLA-DF; Transient Two-Dimensional Two-Phase Flow. 

C. W. Hirt, N. C. Romero, M. D. Torrey, and J. R. Travis. 
Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-832 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048832 Price code: CP T09 

SOLA-DF is a numerical solution algorithm for gas-liquid mix- 
ture dynamics in two space dimensions and time. The two- 
phase system is described by a set of mixture equations plus 
a relation describing the relative flow of one phase with re- 
spect to the other. The algorithm contains models to repre- 
sent the interphase exchange rates of mass, momentum, and 
energy for water-steam mixtures. Simple equation of state, 
relative velocity model and phase transition model are as- 
sumed. When large phase transition rates are present, be- 
cause of the decoupled calculation of phase change and the 
pressure iteration, care must be exercised to make sure the 
solution is independent of the time-step. Reference report, 
NUREG/CR-0690. (ERA citation 08:0241 36)...Software De- 
scription: CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE and LTSS; 
124,000 (octal) words of memory are required for execution. 

BECKDRY; Dry Cooling for Steam-Electric Plants. 

R. D. Mitchell, and J. P. Rossie. 

Beck (R.W.) and Associates, Denver, CO. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-833 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048833 Price code: CP T12 

BECKDRY designs and determines the cost of components 
of an indirect dry-type cooling system for a large steam-elec- 
tric generating plant for a given range of design criteria. The 
annual performance and costs and relative bus-bar energy 
production costs for specified operating and economic condi- 
tions for each design are evaluated and the economically op- 
timum design, based on minimum bus-bar costs, is deter- 
mined. The program is applicable to fossil-fueled or nuclear 
plants equipped with mechanical-draft or natural-draft dry 
cooling systems utilizing direct-contact, single-pressure sur- 
face or two-zone multipressure surface condensers. A turbine 
generator of conventional design, such as used for evapora- 
tive-cooled plants, or a unit designed especially for high-ex- 
haust-pressure operation may be used with the dry-cooling 
system. As written, BECKDRY encompasses tower sizes from 
26F to 84F ITD and will simultaneously evaluate the dry-cool- 
ing system for up to three unit fuel costs and three annual 
fixed-charge rates. A maximum of three operating load condi- 
tions is permitted in modeling the generating unit operating 
profile. Reference report, ERDA-74. (ERA citation 
08:023398). ..Software Description: CDC6600,7600; FOR- 



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TRAN IV; SCOPE; 26,432 words of memory are required for 
execution. 

MOL1D; Partial Differential Equations Solution. 

J. M. Hyman, and C. M. Lee. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-834 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048834 Price code: CP T12 

MOL1D is a FORTRAN subroutine package for the method- 
of-lines solution for systems of initial-boundary-value partial 
differential equations in one space dimension. This package 
allows a programmer with limited experience in numerical 
analysis to accurately solve linear and nonlinear hyperbolic 
equations with or without discontinuities, linear and nonlinear 
parabolic equations, including those arising in reaction-diffu- 
sion equations, and elliptic boundary value problems when 
posed as the stable time-independent solution of a parabolic 
equation. Systems are handled as easily as single equations, 
and a wide variety of boundary conditions can be accommo- 
dated. Unsymmetric differences are restricted to hyperbolic 
equations in characteristic form. The Fourier method may be 
used only in periodic problems. Reference report, LA-7595- 
M.(ERA citation 08:025253). ..Software Description: 
CDC6600,7600;Amdahl470;IBM3033; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 
2.1.5 (CDC7600) and OS/MVS (IBM3033); 58K (octal) words 
of memory are required on the CDC7600, 105K (octal) words 
on the CDC6600, and 270K bytes on the IBM3033. 

GEOCITY; Geothermal District Heating Economics. 

H. D. Huber, C. L. McDonald, C. H. Bllomster, and S. C. 
Schulte. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-835 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048835 Price code: CP T1 4 

GEOCITY is a large-scale simulation model which combines 
both engineering and economic submodels to systematically 
calculate the cost of geothermal district heating systems for 
space heating, hot-water heating, and process heating based 
upon hydrothermal geothermal resources. The GEOCITY pro- 
gram simulates the entire production, distribution, and waste 
disposal process for geothermal district heating systems, but 
does not include the cost of radiators, convectors, or other in- 
house heating systems. GEOCITY calculates the cost of dis- 
trict heating based on the climate, population, and heat 
demand of the district; characteristics of the geothermal re- 
source and distance from the distribution center; well-drilling 
costs; design of the distribution system; tax rates; and finan- 
cial conditions. Current array dimensions provide for a maxi- 
mum well-field size of 625 wells and maximum operating 
period of 50 years from reservoir exploration through the eco- 
nomic life of the district heating system. Reference report, 
PNL-2742. (ERA citation 08:023384)...Software Description: 
CDC CYBER74; (DC6600.7600); FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.4.2 
(CYBER74). At least 54K (decimal) words of memory are re- 
quired. 104,000 (octal) words of program storage were used 
for execution of the sample problem of a CDC7600 and 
137,000 (octal) words were used on a CDC6600. 

TRAC-PD2/MOD1; Best-Estimate Analysis PWR LOCA. 



R. Harper. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-836 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048836 Price code: CP T99 

TRAC-PD2/MOD1 performs best-estimate analyses of loss- 
of-coolant accidents and other transients in pressurized light 
water reactors. The program can also be used to model a 
wide range of thermal-hydraulic experiments in reduced-scale 
facilities. Models employed include reflood, multi-dimensional 
two-phase flow, nonequilibrium thermodynamics, generalized 
heat transfer, and reactor kinetics. Automatic steady-state 
and dump/restart capabilities are provided. The changes re- 
ported in TRACNEWS issues through Number 5 are incorpo- 
rated in this release. (ERA citation 08:023585)...Software De- 
scription: CDC7600; FORTRAN IV (FTN 4.5 FORTRAN com- 
piler) with selected COMPASS replacement routines; SCOPE 
2.1.5; CDC7600 with approximately 62K words of small core 
memory (SCM) and 131K words of large core memory. 

DRIFT; Cooling Tower Drift Eliminator Analysis. 

M. Golay, and J. Chan. 

Massachusetts Inst, of Tech., Cambridge. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-837 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048837 Price code: CP T1 1 

DRIFT simulates the performance of standard industrial evap- 
orative cooling tower drift eliminators. The droplet trajectory 
within eliminators as well as the capture efficiency of the 
eliminators are calculated. Standard eliminator geometries in- 
cluded are the single-layer louvre, double-layer louvre, sinus- 
shaped, Hi-V, and asbestos-cement. Other geometries can be 
evaluated if the user provides the appropriate boundary infor- 
mation in the relevant routines. The maximum number of 
nodes for the input velocity distribution is 60. Reference 
report, MIT-EL 77-006. (ERA citation 08:023399)...Software 
Description: IBM370,303x; FORTRAN IV; OS/370; 190K 
bytes of memory are required to execute the program; addi- 
tional memory is required if plotting is desired. 

—Proceedings, Symposia, Etc.— 

CONF; Conference Attendee and Speaker Data File. 

C. Celoni, and E. Joiner. 

Sandia Labs., Livermore, CA. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

838 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048838 Price code: CP T09 

CONF is a simple tape or disk file system designed to assist 
conference planners in maintaining information pertaining to 
attendees, speakers, and other record-keeping aspects for 
any conference. (ERA citation 08:025254)...Software Descrip- 
tion: CDC6600; COBOL 4.5; SCOPE 3.4.4; 16,000 (octal) 
words of memory are required by the CONF-010 and CONF- 
030 programs, and 22,000 (octal) words of memory are used 
by CONF-020. 

DENDRO; Hierarchical Cluster Analysis of Data. 

N. M. Larson, and C. L. Begovich. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

840 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 



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can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048840 Price code: CP T1 1 

DENDRO performs hierarchical cluster analysis of experimen- 
tal data with options for data normalization, metrics, and clus- 
tering criteria. A dendrogram, or tree plot, can be generated 
on a line printer or plotter illustrating which clusters are com- 
bined at what distance. A pairwise distance matrix is stored. 
This matrix requires N(N-1)/2 (where N is the number of ob- 
jects) storage locations. Reference report, ORNL/SD/TM- 
120. (ERA citation 08:025255)...Software Description: 
IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV (98%) and Assembly language 
(2%); OS/360,370; Storage required depends on problem 
size; small problems with 100 to 200 objects can be executed 
in 260K bytes of memory. 

SOLTES1; Thermal Energy Systems Simulation. 

M. E. Fewell, and N. R. Grandjean. 
Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-841 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048841 Price code: CP T1 1 

SOLTES1 simulates the steady-state response of thermal 
energy systems to time-varying data such as weather and 
loads. Thermal energy system models of individual compo- 
nents and simple and complex systems can be modularly 
constructed from a library of routines. These routines mathe- 
matically model solar collectors, pumps, switches, thermal 
energy storage, thermal boilers, auxiliary boilers, heat ex- 
changers, extraction turbines, extraction turbine/generators, 
condensers, regenerative heaters, air conditioners, process 
vapor, etc. SOLTES1 also allows user-supplied routines. A 
preprocessor aids the user in constructing and editing system 
models and automatically constructs a SOLTES1 program 
using only those routines in the system model. Because of its 
modularity and flexibility, SOLTES1 can be used to simulate a 
wide variety of thermal energy systems such as solar power/ 
total energy, fossil-fired power plants/total energy, nuclear- 
fired power plants/total energy, solar energy heating and 
cooling, geothermal energy, and solar hot water. Reference 
report, SAND-78-1315 (Revised). (ERA citation 
08:023663)...Software Description: CDC6600.7600; FOR- 
TRAN IV (99%) and COMPASS (1%); NOS/BE 1.3, SCOPE 
2.1, SCOPE 3.3/NOS1.2 and SCOPE 3.4/INTERCOM4.5; 
Usually SOLTES1 central memory requirements are between 
70K and 150K (octal) words. 150 words/component in the 
system model of Extended Core Storage (ECS) are needed, 
along with 4 to 6 disk and/or tape units. PRESOL, the 
SOLTES1 preprocessor program, requires approximately 52K 
(octal) words of central memory to load under NOS/BE 1.3 
on the CDC6600. SOLTES1 requires approximately 115K 
(octal) words to execute sample problem 1 and 142K (octal) 
words for sample problem 2. Approximately 10K (octal) words 
of ECS are required for data storage for sample problem 2 on 
the CDC6600. On the CDC7600 under SCOPE 2.1, PRESOL 
requires approximately 20K (octal) words to load, and ap- 
proximately 106K and 134K (octal) words to execute sample 
problem 1 and 2, respectively. 

SUPAN; Analysis of Beam-Type Piping Supports. 

M. E. Nitzel. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-842 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 



Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048842 Price code: CP T09 

Piping supports of many types and sizes are necessary to 
ensure the structural integrity of power plant piping systems. 
For situations where standard vendor items may not be ade- 
quate or economical, beam-type piping supports are often 
useful. Such supports may be fabricated from bar stock, I- 
sections, pipes, or beams of other cross sectional geome- 
tries. The SUPAN program was developed to facilitate ASME 
code analysis of a large number of supports subjected to mul- 
tiple loading conditions. Allowable member cross section 
types are-solid rectangular, American Institute of Steel con- 
struction W, M, S, and HP shapes, solid round, solid square, 
and pipe. A maximum of 25 separate load cases may be 
specified. Five of these may then be combined to form each 
of the combined load sets used in the analysis. Alternate 
signs of response spectrum load sets are considered and 
service condition stress limit multiplication factors are deter- 
mined when the combined load sets are formed. Maxima of 
100 supports, 10 materia! property sets, 20 cross sectional 
geometry sets, 25 separate load cases, 25 combined load 
sets. Reference report, RE-A-79-051. (ERA citation 
08:023400)...Software Description: CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 2; 15,000 (octal) words of small core memory (SCM) 
and 372,000 (octal) words of large core memory (LCM) are 
used. 

RANDOM NUMBERS; Obtained from U235 alpha Decay. 

N. A. Frigerio, L P. Sanathanan, M. Morley, N. A. Clark, and 
J. Wang. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-843 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048843 Price code: CP T99 

RANDOM NUMBERS is a data collection of almost 2.7 million 
31 -bit random numbers generated by using a high resolution 
gas ionization detector chamber in conjunction with a 4096- 
channel multichannel analyzer to record the radioactive decay 
of alpha particles from a U-235 source. The signals from the 
decaying alpha particles were fed to the 4096-channel analyz- 
er, and for each channel the frequency of signals registered 
in a 20,000-microsecond interval was recorded. The parity 
bits of these frequency counts, for an even count and 1 for 
an odd count, were then assembled in sequence to form 31- 
bit random numbers and transcribed onto magnetic tape. This 
cycle was repeated to obtain the random numbers. The 
RANDOM NUMBERS tape contains 2,669,568 31 -bit num- 
bers. (ERA citation 08:025256). ..Software Description: 
IBM370,303x; Binary (random numbers) and FORTRAN IV 
(AFRAND and Driver); OS/370; The auxiliary program 
AFRAND requires 55K bytes of memory for execution with 
the test case provided. Random numbers from the tape are 
read from tape unit 1 3. 

FUELS DATA; Model Verification Fuel Rod Data. 

E. T. Laats, N. L. Hampton, N. R. Scofield, and D. R. 

Coleman. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-844 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

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DE83048844 Price code: CP T1 8 

FUELS DATA is a collection of machine-readable fuel behav- 
ior data from domestic and foreign water reactor test facilities 
developed for use in model verification of the Nuclear Regula- 
tory Commission FRAP codes. Maxima of 70 operating steps, 
5 axial powder distribution profiles, 3 measurement locations. 
Reference reports, EGG-CAAP-5114 and EGG-CAAD-5486. 
(ERA citation 08:023446)...Software Description: CDC 
CYBER176.175; CDC7600; FORTRAN IV for the auxiliary edit 
program, data are recorded as EBCDIC characters; NOS/BE 
1.4 (CDC CYBER176), NOS 1.3 (CDC CYBER175), SCOPE 
2.1 (CDC7600); 36,000 (octal) words of memory are used by 
the auxiliary editing program. 

COMRC1; Slag Transport Models for MHD Systems. 

L S. H. Chow, and T. R. Johnson. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-845 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048845 Price code: CP T09 

In a coal-fired, open-cycle MHD system, all downstream com- 
ponent surfaces that are exposed to combustion gases will 
be covered by a solid, liquid, or solid-liquid film of slag in 
which some of the potassium seed is dissolved. The specific 
nature of the film will depend on the physical and optical 
properties of the slag and seed and on local thermal condi- 
tions. The COMRC1 program simulates the condition of a 
partly-liquid film flowing downward on a cooled vertical, 
opaque wall. The dominant mode of heat transfer to the film 
surface is the radiant heat flux from the slag-laden combus- 
tion gas. Either an opaque or a semitransparent slag film can 
be treated. The axial variations of gas temperature to the 
cooled wall and thickness, temperature, and velocity distribu- 
tions across the slag film are computed. The program is 
useful in performing design calculations or parametric studies 
for a radiant-heater concept in the downstairs system of an 
MHD power plant. Maxima of 50 increments along the axis of 
the vessel, 40 increments across the slag film. The program 
is not valid for a solid slag film. (ERA citation 
08:023766)...Software Description: IBM360,370,303x; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/370; Approximately 250K bytes of memory and 
standard input and printer output units are required for execu- 
tion. 



PROMSYS; Programmed Equipment Maintenance. 

D. L Morgan, and B. E. Srite. 

Union Carbide Corp., Oak Ridge, TN. Nuclear Div. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-846 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048846 Price code: CP T12 

PROMSYS is a computer system designed to automate the 
scheduling of routine maintenance and inspection of plant 
equipment. This 'programmed maintenance' provides the de- 
tailed planning and accomplishment of lubrication, inspection, 
and similar repetitive maintenance activities which can be 
scheduled at specified predetermined intervals throughout the 
year. The equipment items included are the typical pumps, 
blowers, motors, compressors, automotive equipment, refrig- 
eration units, filtering systems, machine shop equipment, 
cranes, elevators, motor-generator sets, and electrical switch- 
gear found throughout industry, as well as cell ventilation, 



shielding, containment, and material handling equipment 
unique to nuclear research and development facilities. Four 
related programs are used to produce sorted schedule lists, 
delinquent work lists, and optional master lists. Five additional 
programs are used to create and maintain records of all 
scheduled and unscheduled maintenance history. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:024094).. .Software Description: IBM370; ANS COBOL 
(97%) and Assembly language (3%); OS/360; 200K bytes of 
memory are required for execution. 

DISPL1; One- and Two-Dimensional Kinetics-Diffusion 
Partial Differential Equations Solution. 

G. K. Leaf, and M. Minkoff. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-847 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048847 Price code: CP T14 

DISPL1 is a software package for solving second-order non- 
linear systems of partial differential equations including para- 
bolic, elliptic, hyperbolic, and some mixed types. The package 
is designed primarily for chemical kinetics-diffusion problems, 
although not limited to these problems. Fairly general nonlin- 
ear boundary conditions are allowed as well as interface con- 
ditions for problems in an inhomogeneous medium. The spa- 
tial domain is one- or two-dimensional with rectangular Carte- 
sian, cylindrical, or spherical (inone dimension only) geometry. 
Reference report, ANL-77-12 Rev. 1 (ERA citation 
08:024569)...Software Description: IBM370/ 

195,303x;CDC7600,6600,CYBER175; MORTRAN2 (80%) and 
FORTRAN (20%). By use of the MORTRAN2 preprocessor 
%F control card, the FORTRAN component is passed 
through the MORTRAN2 preprocessor along with the MOR- 
TRAN component; OS/370 (IBM370/1 95,3033), SCOPE 2.1.3 
(CDC7600), SCOPE 3.4.4 (CDC6600), NOS1.3 (CDC 
CYBER175); The IBM version DISPL1 source requires 600K 
bytes of storage for compilation. Compilation and execution of 
the DISPL1 sample problems, including the plot creation jobs, 
requires a maximum of 350K bytes. The CDC version requires 
a maximum of 121,000 (octal) words of executable storage 
for the CDC7600, 140,000 (octal) words for the CDC6600, 
and 135,000 (octal) words for the CYBER 175 execution. In 
the MORTRAN2 preprocessing stage, the user can easily 
adjust the storage requirements to the optimum for a current 
problem. In addition to the standard input and print files, the 
program requires files assigned to logical unit 10 for reading 
restart data, logical unit 1 1 for writing data for a later restart, 
and logical unit 12 for writing plotting data. 

SYSREL; Reliability Analysis of Series Systems. 

C. J. Biver. 

General Electric Co., St. Petersburg, FL. Neutron Devices 

Dept. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-848 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048848 Price code: CP T03 

The SYSREL program uses a Monte Carlo simulation proce- 
dure to derive estimates of the reliability of systems consist- 
ing of a series of stages, each of which may be composed of 
components of equal or unequal reliability values operating in 
active, partial, or standby redundancy modes. In all cases a 
constant failure rate (exponential distribution of component 
life) is assumed. However, the addition of other descriptions 



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of component life, such as gamma, log-normai, etc. would be 
relatively simple. Maxima of 10 stages, 5 components per 
stage SYSREL is only applicable to series systems. However, 
the method outlined may be extended to series-parallel sys- 
tems, although not with little effort. Reference report, GEPP- 
TIS-411. (ERA citation 08:025257)...Software Description: 
Honeywell Series 60 Level 66,000; BASIC; GCOS. 

PORTABLE LISP; A List-Processing interpreter. 

W. P. Taylor, and L. A. Cox, Jr. 

Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-849 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048849 Price code: CP T09 

The program constitutes a complete, basic LISP (LIST-Proc- 
essing language) interpreter. LISP expressions are evaluated 
one by one with both the input expression and the resulting 
evaluated expression printed. Expressions are evaluated until 
a FIN card is encountered. Between expression evaluations a 
garbage-collection algorithm is invoked to recover list space 
used in the previous evaluation. The main restriction is the 
amount of list space used by the program. By changing the 
statement CONST MAXNODE = 600 to CONST MAXNODE 
= 2000 a much larger expression can be evaluated. A major 
feature of LISP, the ability to define and retain function defini- 
tions, is not implemented. This is a necessary extension for a 
useful LISP system. (ERA citation 08:022844)...Software De- 
scription: CDC7600; PASCAL; SCOPE; The sample problem 
was executed in 7000 (octal) words of memory on a 
CDC7600. 

PASOLE; Simulation of Passive Solar Systems. 

R. D. McFarland. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-850 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048850 Price code: CP T1 1 

PASOLE is a general simulation program for analyzing ther- 
mal performance of passive-solar heated buildings. Modeling 
is done using a general thermal network method that allows 
for heat sources and thermal storage. PASOLE can also be 
used to simulate hybrid or active solar heating systems. The 
user describes the thermal network model by specifying 
nodes that represent finite regions, connections between 
these nodes, and parameters associated with the nodes and 
connections. Sun position equations are used with a global- 
to-direct solar radiation correlation to develop solar heat 
sources from measured insolation data. The program includes 
built-in models of water-wall and masonry-wall versions of 
south-mass-wall type passive systems. Maxima of 50 nodes 
100 connections 1 control node; Phase change storage is 
treated by use of temperature-dependent heat capacity. It is 
not convenient to handle heat-of-fusion as an isothermal en- 
thalpy change. Internal reflections are not taken into account. 
For simulations in the southern hemisphere, changes to the 
solar angle and time equations are required. There are no re- 
strictions on on initial temperature conditions, but a small heat 
balance error will be observed if the initial temperatures are 
not in equilibrium. (ERA citation 08:020080). ..Software De- 
scription: CDC6600.7600; IBM360,370,3033; FORTRAN IV; 
NOS SCOPE (CDC6600), LTSS SCOPE(CDC7600), and OS/ 
360(IBM360); PASOLE requires 110,000 (octal) words of pro- 



gramstorage on a CDC6600, 60,000 (octal) words of program 
storage on a CDC7600, and 150K bytes of memory on an 
IBM3033. 

MINX; Muitigroup Cross Sections from ENDF/B-IV Data. 

P. D. Soran, R. E. MacFarlane, D. P. Harris, R. J. LaBauve, 
and J. S. Hendricks. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-851 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048851 Price code: CP T1 7 

MINX calculates fine-group averaged infinitely-dilute cross 
sections and self-shielding factors from ENDF/B-IV (refer- 
ence 2) data. Its primary purpose is to generate a pseudo- 
composition independent muitigroup library for input to the 
SPHINX (reference 3) space-energy collapse program using 
CCCC-III (reference 4) standard interfaces. MINX incorporates 
and improves upon the resonance capabilities of existing 
codes such as ETOX (reference 5) and ENDRUN (reference 
6) and the high-order group-to-group transfer matrices of SU- 
PERTOG (reference 7) and ETOG (reference 8). Fine-group 
energy boundaries, Legendre expansion order, gross spectral 
shape component in the Bondarenko (reference 9) flux 
model, temperatures, and dilutions can all be user-specified. 
The principal restriction is the computing time available for a 
given desired accuracy. Because of the need to partition the 
very large energy versus cross section tabulations in the 
point-wise library, extensive use is made of the BCD form of 
the ENDF data. For large problems requiring high accuracy, 
use of the BCD ENDF format can lead to excessive I/O 
transfers. (ERA citation 08:022507)...Software Description: 
CDC7600;IBM370; FORTRAN IV (H compiler), and BAL 
(IBM370), FORTRAN IV (RUN or FTN compiler) and COM- 
PASS (CDC7600); OS/370 (IBM370), SCOPE (CDC7600); 
Storage requirements depend on characteristics of the prob- 
lem. The 50-group library problem with overlay on the IBM370 
requires approximately 330K bytes of memory. NESC tested 
this problem without overlay using 61 OK bytes on an IBM370/ 
195. NESC execution of the CDC7600 sample problem re- 
quired about 1 27,000 (octal) words of storage. 

HEXEREI2; HTGR Thermal-Hydraulic Analysis. 

G. E. Giles, W. D. Turner, K. W. Childs, R. M. DeVault, and B. 
R. Backer. 

Union Carbide Corp., Oak Ridge, TN. Nuclear Div. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-852 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048852 Price code: CP T1 5 

HEXEREI2 is a complex program capable of analyzing High 
Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactors (HTGRs) during accidents 
to provide most of the information needed for HTGR safety 
studies. HEXEREI2 is designed to solve steady-state and 
transient three-dimensional heat conduction, coupled with 
convection to axially flowing coolant in a large number of par- 
allel channels. Both the coolant temperature and flow distribu- 
tion among the channels are influenced by the heat trans- 
ferred into the coolant. The thermal conductivity, density, and 
specific heat may be spatial- and temperature-dependent and 
may be modified further by HTGR design parameters. The 
conductivity can be anisotropic. Heat generation rates may be 
dependent on time, position, and HTGR design parameters. 
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boundary conditions may be fixed temperatures or any com- 
bination of prescribed heat flux, forced convection, and radi- 
ation from a surface to a boundary temperature. The bounda- 
ry condition parameters may be time- and temperature-de- 
pendent. HEXEREI2 can model a coolant which may be 
helium, air, or a helium-air mixture. The nodal mesh is auto- 
matically generated from input parameters and produces a 
model capable of an accurate thermal-hydraulic analysis of an 
HTGR. The generated mesh emulates the HTGR in geometric 
structure allowing the code to analyze the largest HTGR 
design yet proposed. The major restrictions on the general 
application of the code are that only cylindrical geometry is 
allowed, and the coolant is assumed to be helium or a 
helium-air mixture. Problem size maxima include - 50 bounda- 
ry conditions 100 fine lattice lines along any axis 50 gross lat- 
tice lines along any axis 20 heat generation functions 25 ini- 
tial temperature functions 50 materials 100 regions 20 nodes 
in special temperature table 121 nodal columns 25 nodal 
planes when using coolant calculations 25 analytical functions 
25 tabular functions 25 points per tabular function 100 print- 
out times. (ERA citation 08:020667). ..Software Description: 
IBM360; FORTRAN IV (99%) and BAL (1%); OS/360; The 
maximum number of nodes can be easily adjusted to fit the 
problem and computer storage limitations. The storage re- 
quirement on an IBM360 machine ranges from 31 4K bytes for 
one node to 1500K bytes for 6000 nodes. The sample prob- 
lems required 490K bytes on an IBM370/195. 

SURGTANK; Reactor Steam Surge Tank Dynamics. 

D. J. Gorman, and R. K. Gupta. 

Ottawa Univ., Ontario (Canada). Dept. of Mechanical 

Engineering. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-853 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048853 Price code: CP T1 1 

SURGTANK generates the steam pressure, saturation tem- 
perature, and ambient temperature history for a nuclear reac- 
tor steam surge tank (pressurizer) in a state of thermodynam- 
ic equilibrium subjected to a liquid insurge described by a 
specified time history of liquid levels. It is capable also of pro- 
viding the pressure and saturation temperature history, start- 
ing from thermodynamic equilibrium conditions, for the same 
tank subjected to an outsurge described by a time history of 
liquid levels. Both operations are available for light- or heavy- 
water nuclear reactor systems. The tank is assumed to have 
perfect thermal insulation on its outer wall surfaces. The pro- 
gram was developed for predicting pressure behavior in verti- 
cal axis cylindrical tanks with spherical dome caps. It could be 
readily adapted to other geometries, such as spherical tanks 
(re ference 2). Back-to-back insurges and outsurges cannot 
be treated since each must start from equilibrium conditions. 
The analysis does not include the effects of heaters, sprays, 
and safety valves. Possible modifications to include effects of 
sprays are discussed in reference 5. (ERA citation 
08:020572)...Software Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/360 (IBM360); OS/370 (IBM370); 11 OK bytes of stor- 
age for the insurge problem and 92K bytes of storage for the 
outsurge problem. 



in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 
recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 
have questions. 
DE83048854 Price code: CP T1 1 

The TDIST3 program performs an analysis of large integrated 
community total energy systems (TES) supplying thermal and 
electrical energy from one or more power stations. The pro- 
gram models the time-dependent energy demands of a group 
of representative building types, distributes the thermal de- 
mands within a thermal utility system (TUS), simulates the dy- 
namic response of a group of power stations in meeting the 
TUS demands, and designs an optimal base-loaded (electri- 
cally) power plant and thermal energy storage reservoir com- 
bination. The capital cost of the TES is evaluated, also. The 
program was developed primarily to analyze thermal utility 
systems supplied with high temperature water (HTW) from 
more than one power plant. The TUS consists of a transmis- 
sion loop and secondary loops with a heat exchanger linking 
each secondary loop to the transmission loop. The power sta- 
tions electrical output supplies all community buildings and 
the HTW supplies the thermal demand of the buildings con- 
nected through the TUS, a piping network. Basic components 
of the TES model are one or more power stations connected 
to the transmission loop. These may be dual-purpose, produc- 
ing electricity and HTW, or just heating plants producing 
HTW. A thermal storage reservoir is located at one power 
station. The secondary loops may have heating plants con- 
nected to them. The transmission loop delivers HTW to local 
districts; the secondary loops deliver the energy to the individ- 
ual buildings in a district. Maxima of 20 different building types 
10 energy sources in the piping network 75 energy consumer 
groups. The piping network is restricted to parallel, counter- 
current flow supply, and equal diameter pipes. (ERA citation 
08:020963)...Software Description: IBM 370; FORTRAN IV (G- 
level compiler); OS/370 MVT, Release 21.7; 280K bytes of 
memory, card-image input and printer output units. 

REFC08; Discounted Cash Fiow Fuel CycEe Cost. 

R. Salmon. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

855 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048855 Price code: CP T1 5 

REFC08 is designed to calculate nuclear fuel cycle cost by 
the discounted cash flow method for any given capital struc- 
ture and interest rates. REFCO uses continuous discounting 
so that each expenditure or income is discounted from the 
time of occurrence, and fuel cycle costs are calculated for 
each batch of fuel both individually and cumulatively through 
each batch. Tax deductible fuel expense can be calculated 
on a batchwise basis in keeping with industry practice. 
REFC08 also has provision for parametic studies of the 
effect of price escalation, and can be used to calculate the 
equilibrium fuel cycle cost of a reactor by supplying input data 
for a single equilibrium batch. (ERA citation 08:020476)...Soft- 
ware Description: IBM360.370; FORTRAN IV; OS/360 
(IBM360), OS/370 (IBM370). The program requires approxi- 
mately 155K bytes of memory for execution. 



TDIST3; Community Energy Consumption Analysis. 

D. B. Ebeling-Koning, and M. W. Golay. 
Massachusetts Inst, of Tech., Cambridge. Dept. of Nuclear 
Engineering. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-854 U.S. Sales 
Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 



ANSDDF; ANSI Data Description File Utilities. 

A. A. Brooks, F. D. Hammerling, and B. N. McNeely. 
Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
856 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 



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tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048856 Price code: CP T1 1 

ANSDDF is an implementation of Level 1 of the draft pro- 
posed American National Standard Specification for an Infor- 
mation Interchange Data Description File. Level 1 is con- 
cerned only with unstructured alphanumeric data. The imple- 
mentation, designed to provide the interface of the standard 
interchange format with the user system, is in the form of a 
user-callable multiple entry PL/ 1 subprogram that performs 
the functions necessary for the creation and processing of 
the standard files. The implementation is for magnetic tape 
and the labels and block structures used are those defined 
for the spanned record option in ANSI X3.27-1977, Magnetic 
Tape Labels and File Structure for Information Interchange. 
(ERA citation 08:022890). ..Software Description: 
IBM360,370,303x; PL/I; OS/360; 160K bytes of memory are 
needed for execution of both the ANSBLD and ANSLST pro- 
cedures. 

TIDY3;TIDY4; Utility to Edit FORTRAN Source Programs. 

J. Jackson, and J. N. Diven. 

BCS Richland, Inc., WA. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-857 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048857 Price code: CP T1 2 

TIDY is a utility program for processing FORTRAN source 
programs into a standard form which is easy to read and 
modify. In processing FORTRAN software it renumbers state- 
ment labels so that they appear in increasing order, removes 
statement labels from unreferenced statements and deletes 
unreferenced FORMAT and CONTINUE statements, indents 
DO loops and IF levels (IF level by TIDY4 only), and collects 
and groups TYPE, DATA, and EQUIVALENCE statements 
(TIDY3 collects only TYPE statements). Each group is alpha- 
betized and rewritten in a column-aligned manner. FORMAT 
statements are, optionally, either inserted following the first 
reference or optionally collected at the end of the code. 
Blanks are inserted and removed to improve readability. 
Maxima of 50 different tabular, non-executable statements 
(TIDY4) 20 characters in a single array name including ^DI- 
MENSION specifications (TIDY4) 500 distinct statement 
labels excluding FORMAT statements (TIDY3) 250 distinct 
FORMAT statement labels (TIDY3) 20 nested DO loops 
(TIDY3) 19 TYPE statements (TIDY3). (ERA citation 
08:022845)...Software Description: CDC 

CYBER74,175;UNIVAC1100; FORTRAN IV (TIDY3), FOR- 
TRAN ASCII (98%), Meta-Assembler (1%), and Assembler 
(1%) (TIDY4); SCOPE 3.4 (CDC CYBER74), NOS 1.3 (CDC 
CYBER175), EX1C8 (UNIVAC1100); Four mass-storage units 
are used for storage, 30K words of memory are required for 
TIDY4 execution. TIDY3 requires 46,000 (octal) words of 
memory. 

APACHE; Two-Dimensional Chemically Reactive Fluid 
Flow Code. 

J. D. Ramshaw, and J. K. Dukowicz. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-858 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048858 Price code: CP T13 



APACHE is a time-marching finite-difference code developed 
to solve the equations of transient viscous multicomponent 
chemically reactive fluid dynamics in two space dimensions. A 
steady-state solution is obtained as the asymptotic limit of a 
transient calculation. The fluid is assumed to be an ideal-gas 
mixture with temperature-independent specific heats. Chemi- 
cal reactions are assumed to be elementary. Current dimen- 
sioning in the program allows only one rotational and vibration 
level of the lasing species to be considered and a maxima of 
1 chemical reaction 10 chemical species 32 cells in the hori- 
zontal direction 22 cells in the vertical direction. These restric- 
tions may be increased by increasing the values of the appro- 
priate parameter variables and the corresponding DIMEN- 
SION statements. (ERA citation 08:021 41 5)...Software De- 
scription: CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; APACHE requires 
33,000 (octal) words of small core memory and 56,000 (octal) 
words of large core memory. 

SOLA-LOOP; Two-Phase Flow Network Analysis. 

C. W. Hirt, T. A. Oliphant, W. C. Rivard, N. C. Romero, and M. 

D. Torray. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, magtape ANL/ 
NESC-859 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048859 Price code: CP T1 1 

SOLA-LOOP is designed for the solution of transient two- 
phase flow in networks composed of one-dimensional compo- 
nents. The fluid dynamics is described by a nonequilibrium, 
drift-flux formulation of the fluid conservation laws. Although 
developed for nuclear reactor safety analysis, SOLA-LOOP 
may be used as the basis for other types of special-purpose 
network codes. The program can accommodate almost any 
set of constitutive relations, property tables, or other special 
features required for different applications. Conservation of 
momentum is not required by the finite difference approxima- 
tions used for the momentum equation. Current dimensioning 
in the SOLA-LOOP program allows maxima of 10 compo- 
nents 8 segments per component 200 junctions 6 time levels, 
pressure groups, and vapor production rates per cell 5 bound- 
ary data sets. These restrictions may be adjusted by changing 
the values of the variables NP, NS, NJ, NK, and NM, respec- 
tively, and all appropriate DIMENSION statements. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:021 41 6)...Software Description: CDC7600,6600; FOR- 
TRAN IV; SCOPE; 34,000 (octal) words of memory are 
needed to execute the program. 

PDFPLOT; Statistical Distribution Functions. 

C. F. Miller, A. J. Nelson, N. D. Cox, and C. L. Atwood. 
EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-860 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048860 Price code: CP T12 

PDFPLOT produces plots of different types of estimated prob- 
ability density functions and cumulative distribution functions. 
Optional output includes a listing of the cumulative probabil- 
ities. (ERA citation 08:022846). ..Software Description: CDC 
CYBER76;CDC7600; FORTRAN IV (88%) and COMPASS 
(12%); SCOPE 2.1; 45,000 (octal) words of memory are 
needed to execute the program. 

FESH; X-Y Multi-Group Neutron Transport Method. 



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R. N. Blomquist, and E. E. Lewis. 

Argonne National Lab., !L. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-861 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 

DE83048861 Price code: CP T1 1 

FESH solves the spherical harmonics approximation to the 
second-order multigroup neutron transport equation in two di- 
mensions. A three-dimensional spherical harmonics approxi- 
mation of user-specified order is applied to the angular vari- 
able and two-dimensional spatial finite elements to the spatial 
variable. Scattering is assumed to be isotropic. Either multipli- 
cation eigenvalue problems or subcritical inhomogeneous 
source problems can be solved with several combinations of 
vacuum and reflective boundary conditions possible. Sources 
and scattering are assumed to be is otropic; up-scattering is 
not allowed. Flexible dimensioning permits combinations of 
problem parameters to occupy an array of 50,000 words. 
Most group-dependent data is stored in extended core stor- 
age (ECS). (ERA citation 08:022508)...Software Description: 
CDC6600,7600; FORTRAN IV (MNF, University of Minnesota 
FORTRAN); SCOPE; 200,000 (octal) words of central memory 
and 142,000 (octal) words of ECS are needed to execute the 
program. Central memory requirements for single precision 
arithmetic may be estimated as (45M+ 10) * (L(L+ 1)/2)**2 
+ NSP*((L(L+ 1)/2)+ 2) words, where M is the number of 
material regions, L is the order of the spherical harmonics ap- 
proximation, and NSP is the number of spatial mesh points. 

FX2-TH; Two-Dimensional Time-Dependent Reactor 
Kinetics. 

R. A. Shober, T. A. Daly, and D. R. Ferguson. 
Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-862 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 

DE83048862 Price code: CP T1 8 

FX2-TH solves the steady-state and time-dependent two-di- 
mensional multigroup neutron diffusion equations with thermal 
and hydraulic feedback. The following geometry options are 
available: x, r, x-y, r-z, theta-r, and triangular. FX2-TH contains 
two basic thermal and hydraulic models: a simple adiabatic 
fuel temperature calculation and a more detailed model con- 
sisting of an explicit representation of fuel pin, gap, clad, and 
coolant. FX2-TH allows feedback effects from both fuel tem- 
perature (Doppler) and coolant temperature (density) 
changes. The code is designed for nuclear reactor transient 
analysis. Variable dimensioning is used throughout the pro- 
gram so that computer storage requirements depend on a va- 
riety of problem parameters. The amount of memory required 
can range from 300K bytes for a small problem up to the 
maximum limit of computer storage for very large problems. 
(ERA citation 08:022509)...Software Description: 
IBM370.303X; FORTRAN IV (99%) and Assembly language 
(1 %); OS/370; FX2-TH will dynamically allocate problem vari- 
ables either on disk or in computer memory depending on the 
total amount of computer memory available. For any problem, 
a certain minimum amount of memory is required; this amount 
is dependent on the size of the problem. In general, FX2-TH 
operates more efficiently if sufficient computer memory is 
available to retain most of the problem variables permanently. 
The sample problem executed by NESC required 900K bytes 
of memory. 



WHIP1; Structural Deflection Due to Slowdown. 

J. H. Murphy. 

Bettis Atomic Power Lab., West Mifflin, PA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-863R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048863 Price code: CP T03 

WHIP1 calculates the dynamic behavior of a pipe or mem- 
brane under the influences of an externally applied force, 
taking into account the elastic-plastic properties and the iner- 
tia of the member. WHIP1 prints the values of important varia- 
bles at each time-step and graphs of these variables as 
output. The program was written to compute pipe deflection, 
or 'pipe whip' due to rupture and the ensuing blowdown proc- 
ess. Maxima of 200 time-steps 50 input cards 20 alternate 
force and time pairs. Minima of 14 input cards 2 alternate 
force and time pairs. (ERA citation 08:021 330).. .Software De- 
scription: CDC6600,7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; 25,000 
(octal) words of memory for the CDC6600 or 1 1 ,000 (octal) 
words of memory for the CDC7600. 

UPD; Source Deck Maintenance Utility Routine. 

G. W. Perry, and T. W. Medlin. 

Tennessee Valley Authority, Chattanooga. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-864 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048864 Price code: CP T13 

UPD is a source card maintenance program which enables 
the user to make many changes to an existing source deck 
stored on tape or disk while keeping a simple, accurate 
record of those changes, which include inserting, deleting, or 
replacing cards in the existing source deck. UPD can handle 
any kind of 80-column source cards provided columns 73-80 
are available for use as a sequence field. A deck is defined 
as a series of cards that have the same four characters in 
columns 73-76, while a sequence number occupies columns 
77-80 of each source card within the deck. Typically, there is 
one deck for each subprogram, and the deck name is either 
the subprogram name or a derivative of it. Blanks may appear 
in the deck name only on the right, and only digits are al- 
lowed in columns 77-80. UPD, however, can also operate on 
source decks that do not have any sequence numbers in col- 
umns 77-80. (ERA citation 08:022847)...Software Description: 
IBM360,370,303x;Amdahl470; FORTRAN IV (64%) and BAL 
(36%); OS/360; 150K bytes of memory, standard input and 
output units (logical units 5 and 6) and direct access units for 
the old master file (logical unit 4), the auxiliary file (logical unit 
7), the new master file (logical unit 8), and a temporary file 
(logical unit 99) as required for execution. 

PELE-IC; Fluid-Structure Interaction Analysis. 

W. H. McMaster, and E. Y. Gong. 
Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-865 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048865 Price code: CP T15 

PELE-IC is a two-dimensional semi-implicit Eulerian hydrodyn- 
amics program for the solution of incompressible flow coupled 
to flexible structures. The code was developed to calculate 
fluid-structure interactions and bubble dynamics of a pres- 



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sure-suppression system following a loss-of-coolant accident 
(LOCA). The fluid, structure, and coupling algorithms have 
been verified by calculation of benchmark problems and air 
and steam blowdown experiments. The code is written for 
both plane and cylindrical coordinates. The coupling algorithm 
is general enough to handle a wide variety of structural 
shapes. The concepts of void fractions and interface orienta- 
tion are used to track the movement of free surfaces, allow- 
ing great versatility in following fluid-gas interfaces both for 
bubble definition and water surface motion without the use of 
marker particles. (ERA citation 08:021 41 7). ..Software Descrip- 
tion: CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1, LTSS; 123,000 
(octal) words of SCM and 272,000 (octal) words of LCM are 
used. 

INTEROP; Nonlinear Optimization Algorithms. 

D. M. Rasmuson, and R. L. Thurgood. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-866 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048866 Price code: CP T12 

The INTERactive Optimization system (INTEROP) is a collec- 
tion of search direction algorithms for constrained and uncon- 
strained nonlinear optimization problems. The search direction 
algorithms available in INTEROP include: modified Fletcher- 
Powell, modified Fletcher-Reeves, steepest-descent Newton, 
homogeneous predictor, and modified Powell. The program is 
dimensioned for a maximum of 20 parameters and 20 states. 
(ERA citation 08:022848).. .Software Description: CDC 
CYBER173;CDC6600,7600; FORTRAN IV (90%) and COM- 
PASS (10%); SCOPE 3.4.4 (CDC6600), SCOPE 2.1.3 
(CDC7600); INTEROP requires approximately 130K (octal) 
words for execution on a CDC6600 and 76K (octal) words on 
a CDC7600. 

PAMA; Preferred Acquisition Method Analysis. 

R. G. Jones. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-867 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048867 Price code: CP T1 1 

PAMA is an interactive COBOL program which through an in- 
quiry procedure calculates the preferred method of acquisition 
of ADP equipment. The Preferred Acquisition Method Analysis 
leads to a lease, lease with conversion to purchase, or lease 
to ownership (or deferred purchase) versus purchase analy- 
sis. This methodology is intended to be applied to small pro- 
curements under $400,000 and to sole source procurements 
over $400,000, and can provide budget-supporting justifica- 
tion for all procurements. For the larger competitive procure- 
ments, a purchase versus lease methodology based on 
monthly life cycle analysis is preferred. Deviation from the 
standard cost elements or other special situations must be 
processed as hand-entered adjustments. Adjustments cannot 
be made to lease payments. (ERA citation 08:022849). ..Soft- 
ware Description: CDC6600; COBOL; NOS and SCOPE 3.4.4; 
66,000 (octal) words of memory are required for PAMA. 



PECS3; Probabilistic Evaluation Cladding Life. 

W. S. Lovejoy, M. R. Patel, D. G. Hoover, and F. J. 
Krommenhock. 



General Electric Co., Sunnyvale, CA. Fast Breeder Reactor 

Dept. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-868R U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048868 Price code: CP T1 1 

PECS3 is designed to calculate the probability distributions for 
various lifetime criteria for sealed plenum FBR fuel pins. The 
PECS model is capable of predicting cladding stresses and 
strains and accumulated damage due to fission gas pressure 
and fuel-cladding mechanical interaction. The position of fail- 
ure may be located by analyzing a single pin at more than 
one axial location. Whole-core analyses may be performed by 
modeling up to 30 pin groups simultaneously. The damage 
rule and failure criteria used are selectable by the user for 
each analysis. Maxima of 200 hour time-step, 30 rod groups, 
10 burnup increments per rod group, 100 bins per damage 
fraction histogram, 100 bins per optional graph, 80 bins per 
time-to-failure histogram. Minimum of 25 hour time-step. The 
user can generate a regression equation predicting a selected 
response as a function of up to 19 selected independent vari- 
ables. (ERA citation 08:02041 3). ..Software Description: 
CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1; 53,000 (octal) words of 
small core memory and 65,000 (octal) words of large core 
memory are necessary for execution. 

THERPP; Thermodynamic Properties of Hydrocarbons. 

R. S. Deeds 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-869 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048869 Price code: CP T09 

THERPP computes thermodynamic properties of light hydro- 
carbons and mixtures of light hydrocarbons. Properties can 
be generated in the form of either a pressure-temperature 
grid or a pressure-enthalpy grid. With its current dimensioning. 
THERPP can handle grid sizes up to 30x30, for mixtures con- 
taining up to 15 components. Fluids for which the program 
has been tested are methane, ethane, propane, isobutane, n- 
butane, isopentane, n-pentane, n-heptane, n-octane, ethyl- 
ene, propylene, nitrogen, carbon dioxide and hydrogen sul- 
fide. (ERA citation 08:021 153). ..Software Description: 
CDC7600; IBM360,370,303x; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1 
(CDC7600), OS/360 (IBM360), OS/370 (IBM370,303x); 
36,000 (octal) words of memory are necessary for execution 
of the CDC7600 version and 1 55K bytes for execution of the 
IBM360 version. The IBM and CDC conversion programs re- 
quire 45K bytes and 5,000 (octal) words of memory, respec- 
tively. 

BNWIGL;UNIWIGL; Two-Group Time-Dependent, One- 
Dimensional Diffusion. 

C. M. Heeb, W. W. Porath, and H. Toffer. 
Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-870R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048870 Price code: CP T15 

BNWIGL and UNIWIGL solve the one-dimensional, two- 
energy group, time-dependent diffusion theory equation with 
thermal feedback. The stand-alone, one-dimensional, steady- 



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state diffusion theory code, HFN, is incorporated to perform 
critical searches and to determine the initial direct and adjoint 
fluxes for input to the time-dependent calculation. Problems in 
slab, cylindrical, and spherical geometries with up to six de- 
layed neutron groups can be solved. Thermal feedback is in- 
troduced through the solution of the non-boiling heat transfer 
equations. Transients can be initiated either from changes in 
the thermal-hydraulic parameters or by simulated control rod 
movement in either of the two independent pseudo-rod 
models. Effects of two and three dimensions can be simulat- 
ed through the use of interpolation tables for control rod 
worths and Doppler weighting factors. The total storage set 
aside for all parameters is 16,000 words for the CDC6600 
version and 12,000 for the UNIVAC1108 version. Storage is 
dynamically allocated permitting the user to establish trade- 
offs in use of spatial detail, numbers of materials, and de- 
layed neutron groups. (ERA citation 08; 022510). ..Software 
Description: UNIVAC1 108,1 100;CDC6600; FORTRAN (99%) 
and COMPASS (1%) (CDC6600), FORTRAN V 
(UNIVAC1108); SCOPE 3.4.4 (CDC6600), EXEC8 
(UNIVAC1108); If the programs are segmented, 154,000 
(octal) words of memory are required for execution of 
UNIWIGL (CDC6600), and 51,000 words of memory are re- 
quired for BNWIGL. 



includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 
recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 
mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 
questions. 

DE83048872 Price code: CP T1 1 

CATCH (Computer-Assisted Topography, Cartography, and 
Hypsography) is a compatible and extensible collection of 
subroutines to perform a number of common map projection 
calculations. Included in the collection are the Albers equal 
area, the Lambert conformal, the Universal Transverse Mer- 
cator, the U.S. Polyconic, and the various state plane coordi- 
nate systems. Optional higher-level subroutines having the 
projection name as one parameter, are provided to call the 
projection subroutines. This facilitates use of the projection 
subroutines in applications programs. A general subroutine for 
bilinear transformation of one quadrilateral to another was de- 
veloped for translating, rotating, and scaling the plane coordi- 
nates and can be used for very large-scale, approximate pro- 
jections. The Clarke 1866 spheroid is assumed but a subrou- 
tine is included to simplify changing to any other ellipsoid. 
(ERA citation 08:022850). ..Software Description: 
IBM360,370,303x; FORTRAN IV; OS/370; 152K bytes of stor- 
age are required for execution. 



ICARUS; Redundant System Unavailability Model. 

J. K. Vaurio, and D. Sciaudone. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

871 R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048871 Price code: CP T09 

ICARUS calculates the unavailability characteristics of a peri- 
odically tested standby system with m-out-of-n redundancy 
(1.LE.m.LE.n.LE.4). The main functions of the program are to 
calculate the average unavailability, the optimum test interval, 
and fractional unavailabilities due to testing, repair, and 
random failures for three different testing strategies. The pro- 
gram will also calculate the average unavailability as a func- 
tion of the test interval at each point in the range 
0.2T(optimum) to 1 .8T(optimum) at intervals of 0.2T(optimum). 
ICARUS can be used to evaluate sensitivities to different fail- 
ure modes and data, as well as current testing or repair strat- 
egies, to determine if changes to these strategies will opti- 
mize the system availability. The system configuration is limit- 
ed to m/n with 1.LE.m.LE.n.LE.4. The three testing strategies 
allowed are random, uniformly staggered, and nearly simulta- 
neous. In the random scheme, the components are tested at 
randomly shifted times throughout the test interval. The uni- 
formly staggered scheme performs the component tests at 
equally-spaced times throughout the test interval. In the 
nearly simultaneous schemes, all components are tested con- 
secutively at the beginning of the interval. The equations 
assume only one component per redundancy. However, re- 
dundancies with several components in series can be ana- 
lyzed by properly defining the failure data for a series system 
in terms of the data for individual components. (ERA citation 
08:020668)...Software Description: IBM370,303x; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/370; 60K bytes of memory are required for execution 
of the program. 

CATCH; Map Projection Subroutine Package. 

T. C. Tucker, and L. J. Campbell. 

Union Carbide Corp., Oak Ridge, TN. Computer Sciences Div. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-872 U.S. Sales Only. Price 



COAST4; Costing and Sizing of Tokamak Reactors. 

D. A. Sink, and E. M. Iwinski. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pittsburgh, PA. Fusion Power 
Systems Dept. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-873 U.S. Sales 
Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 
in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 
recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 
have questions. 

DE83048873 Price code: CP T13 

Devices which can be sized and costed include: TFTR (Toka- 
mak Fusion Test Reactor), The Next Step (TNS) devices, 
fusion-fission hybrids, engineering demonstration reactors, 
and power producing reactors. Both the ignition mode and the 
neutral-beam-driven mode of plasma operation are modeled. 
The plasma engineering calculations involve zero-dimensional 
models which account for energy balance, particle balance, 
alpha-particle effects, slowing-down theory, plasma-plasma 
and beam-plasma fusion reaction rates, impurity effects, and 
profile effects. The tokamak engineering calculations account 
for poloidal and toroidal magnetic field coil assemblies (both 
superconducting and copper conductors are possible), neutral 
beam injectors, blanket/shield assemblies, plasma fueling, di- 
vertors, heat dissipation systems, and related power supplies. 
The reactor cell containing the tokamak device, the turbine- 
generator plant and facility, and balance-of-plant systems are 
taken into account. The amount of output produced is con- 
trolled by user-specified input. The output data may consist of 
simply a summary table of the main plasma, engineering, and 
cost data, or may be expanded to include a complete set of 
results characterizing the plasma during burn as well as start- 
up; the neutral beam system; the fusile fuel system loads; 
blanket/shield assembly sizing; divertor parameters; poloidal 
field coil geometry, electrical data, self and mutual induct- 
ances, and time profiles of currents, voltages, powers, and 
energy utilization; toroidal field coil assembly and power 
supply data; heat and electrical power generation data; device 
radial and vertical geometry tables; detailed electrical data; 
component costs; annual operating costs; and a summary of 
the Fusion Reactor Economic Evaluation. (ERA citation 
08:022686).. .Software Description: CDC7600; FORTRAN; 
SCOPE; 107K memory. 



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SANDIA-ORIGEN; Isotope Generation and Depletion. 

D. E. Bennett. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-874 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048874 Price code: CP T1 3 

SANDIA-ORIGEN is a point code (no spatial dependence) 
which calculates detailed isotopic compositions for a wide 
range of problems involving nuclear reactor fuel irradiation, 
neutron activation, and radioactive decay. A nuclear data li- 
brary file of 1 ,063 isotopes provides nuclear parameters, neu- 
tron cross sections, and gamma photon production data for 
four reactor types: high-temperature, gas-cooled (HTGR), light 
water (LWR), liquid-metal fast-breeder (LMFBR), and molten- 
salt breeder (MSBR). Versatile options for blending and re- 
processing of reactor fuel are included. Maxima of 10 discrete 
time-steps per subcase. (ERA citation 08:01 9901). ..Software 
Description: (CDC7600,6600,6400; FORTRAN IV 
(FTN4.6(439) FORTRAN compiler, optimization level 2); 
SCOPE 2.1.5; Approximately 104K (octal) words of SCM and 
156K (octal) words of LCM are required for execution on a 
CDC7600. 

TSOAK-M1; Analysis of Fusion Detritiation Data. 

R. H. Land, V. A. Maroni, and M. Minkoff. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-875 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048875 Price code: CP T12 

TSOAK-M1 analyzes the reaction/adsorption/release mecha- 
nisms taking place in a large enclosure following release of 
large quantities of tritium. It is designed to analyze experimen- 
tal tritium cleanup data in terms of these mechanisms and to 
perform correlations with and extensions to actual building 
enclosures. Maximum of 500 experimental data points. (ERA 
citation 08:022687)... Software Description: IBM370,303x; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/370; 400K bytes of memory are required. 

K-TIF; Two-Fluid PWR Downcomer Fluid Dynamics. 

A. A. Amsden, and F. H. Harlow. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-876 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048876 Price code: CP T1 1 

K-TIF was developed for the numerical solution of the time- 
varying dynamics of steam and water in a pressurized water 
reactor (PWR) downcomer. The model is designed to de- 
scribe the complicated countercurrent flow under start up, 
steady state and transient flow conditions covering as wide a 
set of experimental configurations as possible. The material 
speeds are assumed to be much smaller than the sound 
speed at each point so that the microscopic material density 
for each phase is independent of position. (ERA citaion 
08:020351). ..Software Description: CDC7600; FORTRAN 
(LRLTRAN and CHAT compiler); LTSS, SCOPE; 31,000 
(octal) words of small core memory (SCM) and 28,000 (octal) 
words of large core memory. 

K-FIX;3D; Three-Dimensional Extension Two-Phase Flow 
Dynamics. 



W. C. Rivard, and M. D. Torrey. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-877 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048877 Price code: CP T1 5 

This package consists of two programs K-FIX(3D) and K- 
F!X(3D,FLX) which extend the transient, two-dimensional, 
two-fluid program K-FIX (NESC Abstract 727) to perform 
three-dimensional calculations. The transient dynamics of 
three-dimensional, two-phase flow with interfacial exchange 
are calculated at all flow speeds. Each phase is described in 
terms of its own density, velocity, and temperature. The appli- 
cation is to flow in the annulus between two cylinders where 
the inner cylinder moves periodically perpendicular to its axis. 
K-FIX(3D) is easily adaptable to a variety of two phase flow 
problems while K-FIX(3D,FLX) combines KFIX(3D), the three- 
dimensional version of the KFIX code, with the three-dimen- 
sional, elastic shell code FLX for application to a very specific 
class of problems. KFIX(3D,FLX) was developed specifically 
to calculate the coupled fluid-structure dynamics of a light 
water reactor core support barrel under accident conditions. 
Motion may be induced by blowdown, prescribed displace- 
ment, or seismic action. (ERA citation 08:020553). ..Software 
Description: CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE; The K-FIX(3D) 
sample problem, excluding plotting and timing routines, took 
about 50,000 (octal) words of small core memory (SCM) and 
65,000 (octal) words of large core memory (LCM) storage. 
The K-FIX(3D,FLX) sample problem, excluding plotting and 
timing routines, took about 71,300 (octal) words of SCM and 
570,000 (octal) words of LCM storage. 

APARNA2; One-Dimensional Integral Neutron Transport 
in Slab Geometries. 

R. Vaidyanathan. 

Reactor Research Centre, Kalpakkam (India). Reactor 
Physics Section. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-878 U.S. 
Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048878 Price code: CP T03 

APARNA2 solves the one-dimensional integral neutron trans- 
port equation with anisotropic scattering in slab geometry. 
The problem size is restricted by memory size. The system is 
assumed to be non-regenerative. The boundary conditions 
are arbitrary incoming flux at the left boundary with the right 
boundary assumed non-reentrant. In addition, extraneous 
sources can be distributed inside the medium. (ERA citation 
08:022511). ..Software Description: IBM370,303x; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/370; 400K bytes of memory are required. 

SAMPLE; Monte Carlo Uncertainty Analysis Code. 

F. F. Goldberg. 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC. Office of 
Nuclear Regulatory Research. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
879 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048879 Price code: CP T03 

The SAMPLE program uses Monte Carlo simulation to com- 
pute the mean, standard deviation, probability range, and dis- 
tribution for the function y= f(x(1), x(2), . .x(k)) given that the 



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distributions of x(1), x(2), ..x(k) are known and the functional 
dependence of y on the x's is known. The program permits 
normal, log-normal, and log-uniform distribution types to be 
specified for the input variables, and all of the input variables 
must have the same distribution type. Other distribution types 
and changes allowing each variable to have any of the distri- 
bution types could easily to added. (ERA citation 
08:022851).. .Software Description: IBM360,370,303x; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/360,370; 140K bytes were required to execute 
the sample problem. 

ACSAP; Resonance Region Cross Section Analysis. 

N. H. Marshall, J. W. Codding, O. D. Simpson, J. R. Smith, 
and R. C. Young. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-880 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048880 Price code: CP T12 

ACSAP may be used to compute neutron cross section data 
from neutron resonance input. Total, fission, capture, or scat- 
tering cross section data may be computed. Experimental 
data may be compared by means of a wide selection of rep- 
resentations. ACSAP can also determine cross section reso- 
nance parameters from input experimental data. Maxima of 
250 resonances 1 00 resonance parameters which can be ad- 
justed simultaneously 25 different isotopes 20 points to be fit 
in valleys between resonances. ACSAP does not adjust the 
alignment of interfering resonances and the signs of the inter- 
ference terms. The interference terms. The program returns 
appreciable errors when used with light nuclides. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:02251 2)...Software Description:IBM360,370,303x; 
FORTRAN IV (92%) and BAL (8%); OS/360,370; 230K bytes 
of memory are needed for execution of the program; addition- 
al memory is required if plotting is desired. Three direct 
access devices are used to store temporarily calculated theo- 
retical cross sections (logical unit 10), experimental data (unit 
11), and difference tables. 

ELEFUNT; Tests of FORTRAN Elementary Functions. 

W. J. Cody. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-881 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048881 Price code: CP T1 1 

ELEFUNT is a FORTRAN test package for the elementary 
functions. Each program is an aggressive test of one or more 
of the elementary function subroutines generally supplied with 
the support library accompanying a FORTRAN compiler. 
Functions tested are ALOG/ALOG10, ASIN/ACOS, ATAN, 
EXP, POWER, SIN/COS, SINH/COSH, SORT, TAN/COTAN, 
and TANH. The package contains one subroutine (MACHAR) 
for dynamic determination of parameters describing the float- 
ing-point arithmetic system of the host machine. Should this 
hardware-sensitive subprogram malfunction, the test pro- 
grams must be modified to insert the necessary machine-de- 
pendent parameters in DATA statements, or otherwise make 
them available. This computing environment inquiry routine is 
known to malfunction when the arithmetic registers are wider 
than the storage registers. (ERA citation 08:022852). ..Soft- 
ware Description: IBM360,370,303x;CDC6600,7600; 
UNIVAC1 108,1 100; FORTRAN; OS/370 (IBM3033), SCOPE 
3.4.4 (CDC6600), SCOPE 2.1.5 (CDC7600), and EXEC8 



(UNIVAC1100); The maximum space required by any one test 
driver is 50K bytes on an IBM3033, 16,000 (octal) words on a 
CDC6600, 5700 (octal) words on a CDC7600, and 3600 
words on a UNIVAC1 100/44. 

GSMP; General Systems Analysis Modeling Code. 

J. M. Cook. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-882 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048882 Price code: CP T1 4 

The General System Modeling Program (GSMP) is designed 
for use by systems analysis teams. Though developed primar- 
ily for the modeling of advanced energy conversion systems, 
it is designed to model any object satisfying the most general 
definition of the word 'system'. Given compiled subroutines 
that model the behavior of components plus instructions as to 
how they are to be interconnected, GSMP links them together 
to model a complete system. Standard system-analytic serv- 
ices are provided: parameter sweeps, graphics, free-form 
input and formatted output, file storage and retrieval, error 
diagnostics, component model and integration checkout facili- 
ties, sensitivity analysis, and an optimizer with nonlinear con- 
straint capability. Steady-state or cyclic time-dependence is 
simulated directly, initial-value problems only indirectly. (ERA 
citation 08:022853)...Software Description: IBM370,303x; PL/I 
(90%), FORTRAN IV (9%), and Assembly language (1%); 
OS/370. If the system optimization capability is invoked, stor- 
age requirements vary from approximately 0.5 to 1 megabyte 
or more depending on the size of the system model. 

NJOY; Neutron and Photon Cross Sections from ENDF/B. 

R. E. MacFarlane, D. W. Muir, and R. M. Boicourt. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-883 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048883 Price code: CP T99 

The NJOY nuclear data processing system is a comprehen- 
sive set of processing modules for producing pointwise and 
multigroup cross sections for neutron and photon transport 
calculations from ENDF/B-IV and -V evaluated nuclear data. 
Each module performs a well-defined processing task. 
RECONR reconstructs pointwise (energy-dependent) cross 
sections from ENDF/B resonance parameters and interpola- 
tion schemes. BROADR Doppler-broadens and thins 
pointwise cross sections. UNRESR computes effective self- 
shielded pointwise cross sections in the unresolved-reso- 
nance region. HEATR generates pointwise heat production 
cross sections (kerma factors) and radiation-damage-energy 
production cross sections. THERMR produces incoherent in- 
elastic energy-to-energy matrices for free or bound scatterers, 
coherent elastic cross sections for hexagonal materials, and 
incoherent elastic cross sections. GROUPR generates self- 
shielded multigroup cross sections, group-to-group neutron 
scattering matrices, and photon production matrices from 
pointwise input. GAMINR calculates multigroup photon inter- 
action cross sections and kerma factors and group-to-group 
photon scattering matrices. ERRORR produces multigroup 
covariance matrices from ENDF/B uncertainties. COVR reads 
the ERRORR output and performs covariance plotting and 
output formatting. DTFR formats multigroup data for use in 
transport codes, such as DTF4 and ANISN. CCCCR formats 



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multigroup data for the CCCC standard interface files 
ISOTXS, BRKOXS, and DLAYXS. MATXSR formats multi- 
group data for the cross section interface file MATXS. 
MODER changes ENDF/B and ENDF-like NJOY interface 
files from formatted decimal format (BCD or ASCII) into a 
blocked binary format and back. The ACER module prepares 
libraries for the Los Alamos continuous-energy Monte Carlo 
code MCNP, and POWR prepares libraries for the proprietary 
EPRI-CELL and EPRI-CPM power reactor fuel-cycle codes. 
(ERA citation 08:02251 3).. .Software Description: CDC7600; 
FORTRAN; SCOPE 2.1.5; 607K memory. 

VUGRAPH; Plots Presentation-Quality Viewgraphs. 

R. J. Knox. 

Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-884 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048884 Price code: CP T03 

VuGRAPH offers a convenient means of generating profes- 
sional quality four-color viewgraph transparencies (or small 
posters) in a variety of character sizes and styles using the 
HP9825A minicomputer with the HP9872A plotter system. 
Horizontal plots normally are contained within a 7.5 inch wide 
x 6.25 inch high rectangle, with optional expansion to 9 
inches x 7 inches. Vertical plots are contained within a 7 inch 
wide x 9 inch high rectangle. Text lines in a choice of four 
colors may be oriented horizontally or vertically. Character 
size and aspect ratio are continuously variable. Type styles in- 
clude italics and some other modifications of the minicom- 
puter's basic character set. (ERA citation 08:022854). ..Soft- 
ware Description: HP9825A; HPL; An HP9825S system, con- 
sisting of an HP9825A desktop computer with 23 K bytes of 
memory, and equipped with both the String-Advanced Pro- 
gramming ROM and the Plotter-General I/O ROM and an 
HP9827A plotter are required. 

SWAAM1; LMFBR Sodium- Water Reaction Analysis. 

Y. W. Shin, C. K. Youngdahl, C. A. Ket, H. C. Lin, and B. J. 
Hsiah. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
885R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048885 Price code: CP T1 5 

SWAAM1 is designed for analysis of the major consequences 
of large-scale sodium-water reactions in the secondary 
system of an LMFBR. For a typical system analysis, 
SWAAM1 treats rapid-transient effects of the order of 1 
second or less of real time. The program computes coupled 
transient events in the shell-side sodium, the tube-side water/ 
steam systems, and the reaction-bubble zone resulting from 
tube failures. From 8 to 50 elements can be used to repre- 
sent the single-membrane disk. (ERA citation 
08:02041 4).. .Software Description: IBM370.3033; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/370 (IBM370), OS/3033 (IBM3033); 950K bytes of 
memory are required for execution. 

EQ3/6; Chemical Equilibrium of Aqueous Systems. 

T. J. Wolery. 

Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-886 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 



modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048886 Price code: CP T15 

The EQ3/6 version .2055U software computes thermodynam- 
ic equilibrium models for aqueous solution-mineral systems. It 
consists of two main programs, EQ3 and EQ6. EQ3 performs 
distribution-of-species calculations for natural water composi- 
tions; EQ6 uses the results of EQ3 to predict the conse- 
quences of heating and cooling aqueous solutions and of irre- 
versible reaction in rock-water systems. The programs can be 
used to study such phenomena as the formation of ore 
bodies, scaling and plugging in geothermal development, and 
the long-term disposal of nuclear waste. Calculations are al- 
lowed in the temperature interval 0-350C, at either 1 atm- 
steam saturation pressures or a constant 500 bars. The activ- 
ity coefficient approximations for aqueous solutes limit model- 
ing to solutions of ionic strength less than about one molal. 
(ERA citation 08:021 154). ..Software Description: 
CDC7600;CRAY1; FORTRAN Extended 4.6 (CDC7600) and 
CFT (CRAY1); SCOPE 2 (CDC7600); About 45,000 (octal) 
words of SCM and 58,000 (octal) words of LCM are required 
on a CDC7600 for EQ3, about 125,000 (octal) words of SCM 
and 32,000 (octal) words of LCM for EQ6. Four units in addi- 
tion to thestandard input/output units are used by EQ3, ten 
units in addition to the standard I/O units by EQ6. 

GETOUT; Radionuclide Transport Geologic Media. 

M. O. Cloninger, W. V. DeMier, P. J. Liddell, and H. C. 
Burkholder. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-887 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048887 Price code: CP T12 

GETOUT is a set of four FORTRAN programs and associated 
subroutines developed as an aid to investigate the migration 
of radionuclide chains from an underground source. The 
model to be analyzed is an underground nuclear waste dis- 
posal site and a uniform one-dimensional soil column that 
connects the site with a surface water body. At an arbitrary 
time after the waste is deposited, the radioactive material is 
released to an underground aquifer which flows at constant 
velocity directly through the soil column into the surface water 
body. The program takes into account the complications intro- 
duced by the radioactive decay of first-order chains to 
produce other species which have different absorption char- 
acteristics and, in turn, decay at different rates. Maxima of 88 
discharge profiles 51 single chains 26 two-member chains 11 
three-member chains. (ERA citation 08:021 870). ..Software 
Description: UNIVAC1100; FORTRAN; EXEC8; Program ONE 
requires 29,000 words of main memory and 205,000 words of 
direct access storage for execution. Programs TWO and 
THREE require 31,000 words of main memory and 86,000 
and 47,000 words of direct access storage, respectively, and 
program FOUR requires 44,000 words of main memory and 
an additional 475,000 words of direct access storage for exe- 
cution. 

MINPACK1; Nonlinear Equations and Least Squares. 

B. S. Garbow. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-888 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
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DE83048888 Price code: CP T16 

MINPACK1 is a package of FORTRAN subprograms for the 
numerical solution of systems of nonlinear equations and 
nonlinear least squares problems. The individual subprograms 
are: IDENTIFICATION DESCRIPTION CHKDER Check gradi- 
ents for consistency with functions DOGLEG Determine com- 
bination of Gauss-Newton and gradient directions DPMPAR 
Provide double precision machine parameters ENORM Calcu- 
late Euclidean norm of vector FDJAC1 Calculate difference 
approximation to Jacobian (nonlinear equations) FDJAC2 Cal- 
culate difference approximation to Jacobian (least squares) 
HYBRD Solve system of nonlinear equations (approximate 
Jacobian) HYBRD1 Easy-to-use driver for HYBRD HYBRJ 
Solve system of nonlinear equations (analytic Jacobian) 
HYBRJ1 Easy-to-use driver for HYBRJ LMDER Solve nonlin- 
ear least squares problem (analytic Jacobian) LMDER 1 Easy- 
to-use driver for LMDER LMDIF Solve nonlinear least squares 
problem (approximate Jacobian) LMDIF1 Easy-to-use driver 
for LMDIF LMPAR Determine Levenberg-Marquardt parame- 
ter LMSTR Solve nonlinear least squares problem (analytic 
Jacobian, storage conserving) LMSTR1 Easy-to-use driver for 
LMSTR QFORM Accumulate orthogonal matrix from QR fac- 
torization QRFAC Compute QR factorization of rectangular 
matrix QRSOLV Complete solution of least squares problem 
RWUPDT Update QR factorization after row addition 
R1MPYQ Apply orthogonal transformations from QR factori- 
zation R1UPDT Update QR factorization after rank-1 addition 
SPMPAR Provide single precision machine parameters. (ERA 
citation 08:022855)...Software Description: IBM360.370 (de- 
signed to be machine-independent); FORTRAN IV; OS/360 
(IBM360), OS/370 (IBM370); The test executions require from 
92K to 158K bytes of storage. 

RAS; Reliability Analysis for Phased Missions. 

D. M. Rasmuson, N. H. Marshall, and G. R. Burdick. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-889 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048889 Price code: CP T1 4 

The Reliability Analysis System, RAS, is an integrated pack- 
age of computer programs for the quantification of fault trees. 
In particular, RAS has the capability of performing phased 
mission analysis. A phased mission is a task to be performed 
by a system during which the logic model and/or the compo- 
nent failure mode characteristics change at predetermined 
times. RAS is capable of finding minimal cut sets from fault 
trees and of calculating reliability characteristics for the basic 
events, the minimal cut sets, and the top event of a fault tree. 
In addition, mission cut set cancellation and four methods of 
bounding mission unreliability have been incorporated into 
RAS. Maxima of 5 distinct phases per mission. (ERA citation 
08:020669)...Software Description: CDC CYBER176; 
CDC7600.6600; FORTRAN IV (96%) and COMPASS (4%); 
SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), NOS/BE (CDC 

CYBER 176.CDC6600); If the program is segmented, 42,000 
(octal) words of small core memory (SCM) and 10 (octal) 
words of large core memory (LCM) are required for execution 
on a CDC7600. For the CDC6600, 135,000 (octal) words of 
central memory and 10 (octal) words of Extended Core Stor- 
age (ECS) are required. Without segmentation, additional 
memory will be required. 

SAFE; Fail-to-Safe Analysis of Protective Networks. 

J. M. Kontoleon. 



Wollongong Univ. (Australia). Dept. of Electrical Engineering. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-890 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048890 Price code: CP T03 

SAFE is designed to analyze the fail-to-safe (FS) and fail-to- 
danger (FD) probabilities of failure of large protective net- 
works, such as those associated with nuclear reactor protec- 
tive systems. Components of the protective network may in- 
clude sensors, safety lines, and logic units which have either 
an m-out-of-n or a majority voting configuration. Sensors and 
safety lines may fail in either a FS or FD mode of failure. The 
overall logic protective network is modeled as a network with 
three types of nodes - input, buffer, and logic - and arcs. The 
nodes specify the components involved in the logic network 
and the arcs their interconnections. The nodes are numbered 
successively to provide a simple description of the logic pro- 
tective network to the computer. The simulation of unreliable 
logic nodes is done by the use of reliable logic nodes and un- 
reliable buffer nodes. The program can also be used in the 
evaluation of the probability of occurrence of the top event in 
a fault tree, provided the bottom events are s-independent 
and not mutually exclusive. Maxima of 100 buffer nodes 100 
input nodes 50 logic nodes. The program makes the following 
assumptions: a) All nodes are s-independent. b) Logic nodes 
are perfectly reliable, c) Input nodes, buffer nodes, and the 
protective network itself can be in either a good, fail-to-safe, 
or fail-to-danger state, d) A failed input or buffer node cannot 
become good or change mode of failure. (ERA citation 
08:020670)...Software Description: UNIVAC1 106,1 100; FOR- 
TRAN IV, ASCII FORTRAN (FTN) compiler; EXEC8 Level 36; 
44,000 words of memory are required for execution. 

ANALYZE; Hydrothermal Reservoir Test Analysis. 

S. M. Benson, and D. McEdwards. 
California Univ., Berkeley. Lawrence Berkeley Lab. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-891 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048891 Price code: CP T09 

ANALYZE is a history matching program designed for the 
analysis of both interference tests and production tests in 
single phase, fluid saturated reservoirs. The analytic solution 
calculates pressure responses in an isothermal, isotropic, ho- 
mogeneous, porous medium of constant thickness and infinite 
areal extent. The production well is modeled as a fully pene- 
trating line source. Flow in the reservoir is horizontal and of 
uniform flux over the height of the well. Linear boundaries are 
modeled using the method of images. By minimizing the dif- 
ference between a set of measured pressure points and a set 
of calculated pressure points the program returns the reser- 
voir parameters of transmissivity, storativity, and distance to a 
single linear reservoir boundary. In addition, for analysis of 
production well data, a "skin" value indicative of the wellbore 
condition can be obtained. The technique employed allows 
the simultaneous analysis of pressure data from up to twenty 
observation wells, each influenced by the production and/or 
injection of as many as 20 wells with arbitrarily varying flow 
rates. Maxima of 20 observation wells 99 observation points 
per well 250 flow rate points per production well. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:0201 70)...Software Description: CDC7600; FORTRAN 
IV (99%) and COMPASS (1%); SCOPE 2.1.5; 27,000 (octal) 
words of SCM and 1 07,000 (octal) words of LCM storage. 



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CCC; One-Phase Conduction Convection Compaction. 

D. C. Mangold, M. J. Lippmann, and G. S. Bodvarsson. 
California Univ., Berkeley. Lawrence Berkeley Lab. 1 984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-892 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048892 Price code: CP T1 1 

The numerical model CCC (conduction-convection-consolida- 
tion) solves the heat and mass flow equations for a fully, 
liquid-saturated, anisotropic porous medium and computes 
one-dimensional (vertical) consolidation of the simulated sys- 
tems. The model has been applied to problems in the fields 
of geothermal reservoir engineering, aquifer thermal energy 
storage, well testing, radioactive waste isolation, and in situ 
coal combustion. The code has been validated against analyt- 
ic solutions for fluid and heat flow, and against a field experi- 
ment for underground storage of hot water. Maximum of 12 
materials. It is assumed that - (a) Darcy's law adequately de- 
scribes fluid movement through fractured and porous media, 
(b) The rock and fluid are in thermal equilibrium at any given 
time, (c) Energy changes due to the fluid compressibility, ac- 
celeration, and viscous dissipation are neglected, (d) One-di- 
mensional consolidation theory adequately describes the ver- 
tical deformation of the medium. (ERA citation 
08:0201 71 )...Software Description: CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; 
SCOPE 2.1.5; 66,000 (octal) words of memory. 

SHAFT79; Two-Phase Geothermal Reservoir Model. 

K. Pruess, and R. C. Schroeder. 

California Univ., Berkeley. Lawrence Berkeley Lab. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-893 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048893 Price code: CP T16 

SHAFT79 (Simultaneous Heat And Fluid Transport) is an inte- 
grated finite difference program for computing two-phase non- 
isothermal flow in porous media. Although designed for simu- 
lating production and injection in geothermal reservoirs, it is, 
or can be readily modified to be, applicable to other two- 
phase problems. SHAFT79 solves coupled mass and energy 
balance equations based on the following major assumptions: 
the physical system is a system of porous rock saturated with 
a one-component fluid in liquid and vapor form; all rock prop- 
erties, except porosity, i.e., density, specific heat, thermal 
conductivity, and absolute permeability are independent of 
temperature, pressure, or vapor saturation; and liquid, vapor, 
and rock matrix are at the same temperature and pressure at 
all times. Capillary pressure is neglected. SHAFT79 has been 
developed only for systems of water and rock. The fluid table 
covers most of the equation of state of water substance in 
the temperature range of 5 to 400C and the pressure range 
of 0.5 to 220 bars, which is adequate for most geothermal ap- 
plications. (ERA citation 08:020172). ..Software Description: 
CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1; 725,000 (octal) words 
of storage are required. 

TERZAGI; Isothermal Fluid Flow and Subsidence. 

T. N. Narasimhan. 

California Univ., Berkeley. Lawrence Berkeley Lab. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-894 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048894 Price code: CP T1 2 



TERZAGI solves for transient and steady-state fluid potentials 
in one-, two- or three-dimensional saturated, deformable sys- 
tems, such as artesian aquifers or petroleum reservoirs. The 
system can be made up of porous or fractured materials and 
can have complex geometry. The flow region can be hetero- 
geneous and anisotropy can be handled by orienting surfaces 
of volume elements normal to principal axes of permeability. 
The material properties such as permeability and matrix com- 
pressibility can be functions of pressure. Boundary conditions 
can be functions of potential or time. The program has been 
applied to problems related to ground subsidence, flow in 
fractured rocks, and hydraulic fracturing and has been exten- 
sively validated. (ERA citation 08:0201 73). ..Software Descrip- 
tion: CDC7600,CYBER175; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1.5 
(CDC7600), NOS 1.3 (CYBER175); 106,000 (octal) words of 
main memory are required for execution. 

WELBORE; Transient Wellbore Fluid Flow Model. 

C. W. Miller. 

California Univ., Berkeley. Lawrence Berkeley Lab. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-895 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048895 Price code: CP T09 

WELBORE is a code to solve transient, one-dimensional two- 
phase or single-phase non-isothermal fluid flow in a wellbore. 
The primary thermodynamic variables used in solving the 
equations are the pressure and specific energy. An equation 
of state subroutine provides the density, quality, and tempera- 
ture. The heat loss out of the wellbore is calculated by solving 
a radial diffusion equation for the temperature changes out- 
side the bore. The calculation is done at each node point in 
the wellbore. (ERA citation 08:0201 74)...Software Description: 
CDC7600,CYBER175; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1.5; 55,000 
(octal) words of SCM storage. 

TIDY- J; FORTRAN Source Code Editing Processor. 

W. H. Hightower, Jr., and S. W. O'Rear. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E.I.) and Co., Aiken, SC. Savannah 

River Lab. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-896 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048896 Price code: CP T1 1 

TIDY- J is a utility program for processing FORTRAN source 
programs into a standard form which is easy to read and 
modify. In processing FORTRAN source statements it left-jus- 
tifies statement labels and renumbers them to appear in in- 
creasing order, removes statement labels from unreferenced 
statements, deletes unreferenced FORMAT and unnumbered 
CONTINUE statements, deletes consecutive blank comment 
cards in excess of two, and inserts identification in columns 
73-79. All statements, including comments, are aligned to 
begin in column 7. FORMAT statements are either collected 
at the end of the code, or optionally, left where they appear. 
Blank characters are inserted in statements and removed 
from them to improve readability. TIDY-J also provides a limit- 
ed set of FORTRAN diagnostics on such errors as missing or 
duplicate statement numbers, asymmetric parentheses count, 
illegal DO-loop indexing, illegal statements, and inaccessible 
parts of the program. If the program contains a reference to 
non-existent statement numbers, TIDY-J generates pseudo 
statement numbers to replace these numbers in the referenc- 
ing statements. Maxima of 19 continuation cards 1000 unique 



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statement numbers per subprogram. (ERA citation 
08:022856)...Software Description: IBM360,370,303x; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/MVT or OS/MVS; Two mass storage devices, 
logical units 8 and 9, are used for temporary storage. New 
TIDYed' decks are punched on cards (logical unit 7). 150K 
bytes of memory are required for TIDY-J execution. 

PL-MOD; Fault Tree Analysis by Modularization. 

J. Olmos, L. Wolf, and N. Rasmussen. 
Massachusetts Inst, of Tech., Cambridge. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-897 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048897 Price code: CP T1 1 

PL-MOD performs an analysis of operating systems modeled 
by means of fault trees using modularization techniques. The 
program was developed to perform the modularization and 
evaluation of the modular occurrence probabilities and 
Vesely-Fussell importance measures for analysis of nuclear 
reactor safety system fault trees efficiently. It is capable of 
modularizing fault trees containing replicated components and 
replicated modular gates and can handle mutually exclusive 
inputs and explicit higher order symmetric (k-out-of-n) gates. 
PL-MOD is limited to steady-state occurrence probabilities. 
Only replicated gates representing a supercomponent event 
independent from ail other gates in the tree may be treated. 
(ERA citation 08:022857)...Software Description: 

IBM370,3Q3x; PL/I; OS/VS1 (IBM370/168) and OS/MVT 
(IBM3033); 200K bytes of memory are required for execution. 

OCTAViA; Pressure Vessel Failure Probabilities. 

W. E. Vessly, E. K. Lynn, and F. F. Goldberg. 
National Research Council, Washington, DC. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-898 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048898 Price code: CP T09 

OCTAVIA (Operationally Caused Transients And Vessel Integ- 
rity Analysis) calculates the probability of pressure vessel fail- 
ure from operationally-caused pressure transients which can 
occur in a pressurized water reactor (PWR). For specified 
vessel and operating environment characteristics the program 
computes the failure pressure at which the vessel will fail for 
different-sized flaws existing in the beltline and the probability 
of vessel failure per reactor year due to the flaw. The prob- 
abilities are summed over the various flaw sizes to obtain the 
total vessel failure probability. Sensitivity studies can be per- 
formed to investigate different vessel or operating characteris- 
tics in the same computer run. Maxima of 100 temperatures 
12 fluences 8 flaw sizes with the program's current dimen- 
sioning. Only axially oriented flaws in the vessel beltline are 
considered. (ERA citation 08:020573). ..Software Description: 
IBM370,303x; FORTRAN IV; OS/370; OCTAVIA requires ap- 
proximately 170K bytes of storage for execution of the 
sample problem on an IBM370/195 or 3033. 

ANGCOR; Directional Correlation Coefficients. 

W. D. Ruhter. 

Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-899 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 



DE83048899 



Price code: CP T09 



ANGCOR calculates gamma-gamma directional correlation 
coefficients and mixing ratios. The program allows the user to 
compare experimental correlations with theoretical expecta- 
tions and to simulate data for experimental analysis. Input is 
restricted to no more than ten angles. Correlations are limited 
to successive gamma-ray cascades. (ERA citation 
08:02251 4)...Software Description: CDC6600,7600; FOR- 
TRAN IV, SCOPE 3.4 and INTERCOM 4.5 (CDC6600), 
SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600); 26,500 (octal) words of memory are 
required for batch-mode processing, 55,000 (octal) words of 
memory for interactive operation. 

SALE2D; General Transient Fluid Flow Algorithm. 

A. A. Amsden, C. W. Hirt, and H. M. Ruppel. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-900 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048900 Price code: CP T12 

SALE2D calculates two-dimensional fluid flows at all speeds, 
from the incompressible limit to highly supersonic. An implicit 
treatment of the pressure calculation similar to that in the Im- 
plicit Continuous-fluid Eulerian (ICE) technique provides this 
flow speed flexibility. In addition, the computing mesh may 
move with the fluid in a typical Lagrangian fashion, be held 
fixed in an Eulerian manner, or move in some arbitrarily speci- 
fied way to provide a continuous rezoning capability. This lati- 
tude results from use of an Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian 
(ALE) treatment of the mesh. The partial differential equations 
solved are the Navier-Stokes equations and the mass and in- 
ternal energy equations. The fluid pressure is determined 
from an equation of state and supplemented with an artificial 
viscous pressure for the computation of shock waves. The 
computing mesh consists of a two-dimensional network of 
quadrilateral cells for either cylindrical or Cartesian coordi- 
nates, and a variety of user-selectable boundary conditions 
are provided in the program. Reference report, LA-8095. 
(ERA citation 08:021 41 8)...Software Description: 
CDC7600,CYBER175; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1, LTSS, NOS 
1.3; 165,000 (octal) words of memory are required for the 
report version, which allows up to 800 mesh points. The 
memory requirement will increase if more mesh points are 
used. 

PAD; One-Dimensional Coupled SN Neutronics and 
Hydrodynamics. 

D. M. Peterson, W. R. Stratton, T. P. McLaughlin, and H. M. 
Forehand, Jr. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-901 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048901 Price code: CP T16 

The PAjarito Dynamics (PAD) program models dynamic sys- 
tems with interactive neutronics, thermodynamics, and hydro- 
dynamics in one-dimensional spherical, cylindrical, and planar 
geometries. The program has been applied to prompt critical 
excursions in various fissioning systems (solution, metal, 
LMFBR, etc.) as well as to nonfissioning systems. PAD appli- 
cations have included: controlled (nondestructive) and dam- 
aging reactor transient experiments, hypothetical LMFBR dis- 
assembly and recriticality accidents, hypothetical criticality ac- 



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cidents involving the handling and processing of various 
forms of fissile materials, and nonneutronic systems employ- 
ing only the thermodynamic and hydrodynamic aspects of the 
program. Maxima of 100 hydrodynamic regions 40 materials 
16 neutron energy groups. (ERA citation 08:020671). ..Soft- 
ware Description: CDC7600,6600,6400; FORTRAN IV (RUN 
compiler); SCOPE 2.1.5 (CDC7600); PAD requires system 
input and output units and a bulk storage device (e.g., disk or 
tape) on which four coded files may be defined. Each file 
should have a 32,000 (octal), 60-bit word capacity. PAD re- 
quires approximately 1 40K (octal) words of storage for execu- 
tion on a CDC7600. 

QLN1; Quantitative gamma-Ray Spectra Analysis. 

H. P. Yule. 

NUS Corp., Gaithersburg, MD. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

902 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048902 Price code: CP T1 3 

QLN1 identifies gamma-ray emitters contributing to Ge(Li) de- 
tector spectra, and computes quantitative amounts of iso- 
topes contributing to the data. Maximum of 100 peaks per 
spectrum. (ERA citation 08:021 567).. .Software Description: 
UNIVAC1 108,1 100; FORTRAN V; EXEC8; The LISTER pro- 
gram requires 35,000 words of memory and 5 direct-access 
devices (logical units 10, 14, 28, 29, and 31) for execution. 
QLN1 requires 47,000 words of memory and 5 direct-access 
devices (logical units 14, 20, 21, 22, and 23) for execution. 

COLCO; Thermal Diffusion Column Coefficients. 

W. M. Rutherford. 

Monsanto Research Corp., Miamisburg, OH. Mound. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-903 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048903 Price code: CP T09 

COLCO calculates thermal diffusion column coefficients from 
theory. The program can be used for both liquid-phase and 
gas-phase thermal diffusion columns. Column coefficients for 
the gas-phase can be based on gas properties calculated 
from kinetics theory using tables of omega integrals or on 
tables of compiled physical properties as functions of temper- 
ature. Column coefficients for the liquid-phase can be based 
on compiled physical property tables. Maxima of 100 temper- 
ature points 1 00 omega integrals 50 entries in the gas proper- 
ty table 50 entries in the liquid property table. (ERA citation 
08:01 9903...Software Description: 

IBM360,303x;CDC6600,CYBER175; FORTRAN IV; OS/360 
(IBM360), SCOPE 3.4, NOS/BE 1.3 (CDC6600); 70K bytes of 
memory are required for execution of the IBM360 version; 
23,000 (octal) words of memory are required for the 
CDC6600 version. 

SUPERENERGY2; Steady-State LMFBR Core Analysis. 

K. L. Basehore, and N. E. Todreas. 

Virginia Electric and Power Co., Richmond. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-904R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048904 Price code: CP T13 

SUPERENERGY2 was written to perform steady-state, ther- 
mal-hydraulic design and performance analyses on multiple 



LMFBR assemblies. The code automatically generates the 
geometry and nodes for any number of single- or double- 
ducted assembly types based on a few critical dimensions. 
Radial node options are either a standard fine-mesh subchan- 
nel layout based on the number of fuel pins or a lumped rep- 
resentation of one to eight rings formed at the user's request. 
Assemblies may be coupled for interassembly heat transfer 
effects, using either a conduction or flow solution in the inter- 
assembly gap. Generalized boundary conditions can be ap- 
plied to the noncoupled bundle faces, and a duct wall gamma 
heating option is available. The code contains default sodium 
and stainless steel property correlations; mixing parameter 
flowsplit, and heat transfer correlations; all can be overriden 
by input data. The calculated bundle temperature profiles are 
printed in map form at specified locations for ease of use. 
SUPERENERGY2 can compute problems ranging from a 
single bundle operating condition parametric study to a large 
core sector problem determining the effect of interassembly 
heat transfer on the duct temperature profile for core restraint 
analysis. SUPERENERGY2 is applicable only to LMFBR as- 
semblies in the steady-state forced convection flow regime. 
(ERA citation 08:02041 5). ..Software Description: 
CDC7600,CYBER175; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1; NOS 1.3. 
Storage requirements vary with problem size. For the given 
dimensions 53K words of small core memory (SCM) and 66K 
of large core memory (LCM) are required. The program can 
also be executed entirely in SCM. If this is the case 155,000 
(octal) words of memory are required. The auxiliary program 
CONVERT requires 21,000 (octal) words of memory for exe- 
cution. 

GWCORE; GSPC 79 Core Graphics Routines Package. 

P. Wenner. 

George Washington Univ., Washington, DC. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-905 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048905 Price code: CP T1 8 

This package of FORTRAN callable subroutines is an imple- 
mentation of the 1979 ACM SIGGRAPH core graphics specifi- 
cation. It is a machine-independent, device-independent 
output only (at this time) graphics language. It provides the 
primitives - lines, markers, polylines, polymarkers, polygons, 
moves, and text, as well as segmentation capabilities which 
permit many control functions such as visibility, highlighting, 
new frames, detectability, and image transformation, virtual 
size of application programs written with GWCORE is one-half 
million bytes. Integer*4 and real variables are also used so 
the system is not directly usable on 16-bit machines. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:022858)...Software Description: DEC VAX1 1/780; 
FORTRAN IV PLUS; VMS 1.6, VMS 2.3; 500K bytes of 
memory. 

DSTRESS; Transient Fuel Model for Clad Strain. 

G. L. Fox. 

Hanford Engineering Development Lab., Richland, WA. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-906R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048906 Price code: CP T1 1 

DSTRESS calculates cladding strains produced by the fuel 
when a fuel pin is subjected to an overpower transient. The 
mechanistic fuel model calculates fuel stresses with high 
creep rates, melting, cracking, and the accommodation of 



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thermal expansion by the crack volume. Maxima of 99 tem- 
perature-time points 22 fuel mesh points 1 cladding mesh 
point 7 pairs of print intervals. The fuel temperature history 
must be supplied as input data. Cracked fuel is assumed to 
have an infinite number of cracks in a particular direction so 
the stress normal to the crack is equal to the negative of the 
crack gas pressure. Cracks in the circumferential direction are 
not allowed. (ERA citation 08:020672).. .Software Description: 
CDC6600.CYBER175; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.4 (CDC6600), 
NOS 1.3 (CDC CYBER175); DSTRESS requires 43,000 (octal) 
words of memory for execution. The plotting program, 
PLOTR, requires 61,000 (octal) words of memory, DSTRESS 
creates a data file used as input to PLOTR on logical unit 8. 

SOLCOST3.0; Solar Heating and Cooling Design. 

L. J. Lantz. 

Solar Environmental Engineering Co., Inc., Fort Collins, CO. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-907 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048907 Price code: CP T1 5 

The SOLCOST solar energy design program is intended for 
sizing and evaluating several types of solar systems for resi- 
dential and single-zone commercial buildings including service 
hot water and space heating systems using liquid or air col- 
lectors. Other systems incorporating heat pumps and absorp- 
tion cooling are also available but are still being validated. 
The SOLCOST program computes an optimum solar collector 
area and tilt angle from an analysis of life cycle cost differ- 
ences for a solar system versus a reference (conventional) 
HVAC system. This computation utilizes historical solar radi- 
ation and weather data for 336 cities to perform one day long 
computation for each month of the year. The program pre- 
dicts the annual fraction of heating or cooling load provided 
by the solar system, the optimum collector area and tilt angle 
for the installation, and a detailed cash flow summary includ- 
ing payback and rate of return for the optimum collector area. 
(ERA citation 08:020081 )...Software Description: CDC 
CYBER172.175; FORTRAN IV; NOS 1.3; 74,000 (octal) words 
of memory are needed to execute SOLCOST. The interactive 
input program requires 115,000 (octal) words of memory. 
However, by using the auxiliary subroutines included in the 
package, the interactive input program can be reduced to 
65,000 (octal) words of memory. 

AERIN; Radioactive Aerosol Dose Calculations. 

P. G. Voilleque, and R. L. Dickson. 

Department of Energy, Idaho Falls, ID. Idaho Operations 

Office. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-908 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048908 Price code: CP T09 

AERIN calculates organ and tissue burdens and doses result- 
ing from acute exposure to a radioactive aerosol as a function 
of time after exposure. The International Commission on Ra- 
diological Protection (ICRP) model proposed by the Task 
Group on Lung Dynamics is used to predict deposition and 
retention of the aerosol in the lungs. Maxima of 9 organs 299 
calculations per organ. It is assumed that the blood acts only 
as a mechanism for the transport of material to the various 
body organs and tissues and need not be considered a sepa- 
rate compartment. (ERA citation 08:021 940)... Software De- 



scription: IBM360,303x; FORTRAN IV; OS/360; 105K bytes of 
memory are required for execution. 

FC;LSEI;WNNLS; Constrained Least Squares Fit. 

R. J. Hanson, and K. H. Haskell. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-909 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048909 Price code: CP T12 

FC allows a user to fit discrete data, in a weighted least- 
squares sense, using piece-wise polynomial functions repre- 
sented by B-splines on a given set of knots. In addition to the 
least-squares fitting of the data, equality, inequality, and peri- 
odic constraints at a discrete, user-specified set of points can 
be imposed on the fitted curve or its derivatives. The subpro- 
grams LSEI and WNNLS solve the linearly-constrained least- 
squares problem. LSEI solves the class of problem with gen- 
eral inequality constraints, and, if requested, obtains a covar- 
iance matrix of the solution parameters. WNNLS solves the 
class of problem with nonnegativity constraints. It is anticipat- 
ed that most users will find LSEI suitable for their needs; 
however, users with inequalities that are single bounds on 
variables may wish to use WNNLS. Reference reports, 
SAND78-1290, SAND78-1291. (ERA citation 

08:022859)...Software Description: CDC6600,7600,CYBER175 
(designed to be machine-independent); FORTRAN IV; NOS 
1.4 (CDC6600), SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), NOS 1.3 (CDC 
CYBER175); 37,000 (octal) words of storage are needed to 
execute the sample driver that is provided. The storage re- 
quired is a linear function of the number of data points plus a 
quadratic function of the number of piecewise polynomial co- 
efficients. The code is edited output produced by the FOR- 
TRAN preprocessor, FLECS. 

GRAIL; A Device-Independent Graphics Language. 

J. A. Brooking, and N. Schaller. 

Knolls Atomic Power Lab., Schenectady, NY. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-910 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048910 Price code: CP T1 5 

GRAIL is designed to be a graphical, device-independent, pic- 
ture description system. GRAIL was designed to alleviate the 
software maintenance burden imposed by having several 
types of devices capable of generating graphical output under 
the control of applications programs. GRAIL is used through 
FORTRAN subroutine calls to describe a picture or set of pic- 
tures. These calls generate a GRAIL file which, when inter- 
preted by post-processor programs, will generate pictures on 
any graphics device the user chooses. (ERA citation 
08:022860)...Software Description: CDC6600.7600; FOR- 
TRAN IV (81%) and COMPASS (19%); NOS/BE 1.3 and 
SCOPE 3.2 (CDC6600), SCOPE 1.1 (CDC7600); The two 
GRAIL test programs require approximately 22,700 (octal) 
words for execution. The post-processor program, GRACAL, 
executes in approximately 30,100 (octal) words of central 
memory. (RAIL has been used in conjunction with Calcomp, 
CDC280 COM, Versatec, and GOULD plotting devices). 

DESA; District Energy System Cost Energy Model. 

E. L. Morofsky, and V. Verma. 

Public Works Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. 1984, magtape 

ANL/NESC-911R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 



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documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE830489 1 1 Price code: CP T1 3 

DESA (District Energy System Analysis) is a computerized 
design and cost energy accounting model that facilitates anal- 
ysis of alternative methods of providing heating, cooling, and 
electrical power generation to urban areas. The model will de- 
velop the dollar and energy costs of a proposed system from 
specified demand load configuration of the system, the loca- 
tion and type of central plant, and certain financial assump- 
tions. Comparisons are based on present value dollar costs 
for construction and operation over the life cycle of a system 
and the number of energy units consumed in the creation and 
operation of the energy supply systems. DESA is intended for 
application at the feasibility stage. The model permits selec- 
tion of alternative energy sources to produce heating, cooling, 
and electrical power generation, and can provide cost and 
service comparisons for alternative development plans. 
Sources can include oil, gas, or coal, refuse through inciner- 
ation or pyrolysis, and waste heat. The fuel selected is burned 
to heat water or produce steam, which can be used to run 
turbines that generate electricity, drive centrifugal chillers for 
cooling services, or simply to provide heating services. In 
cases where electrical generation is chosen as an option, the 
waste heat produced in the generation process can be used 
to provide buildings with heating and cooling (absorption) 
through either hot water or steam. Maxima of 300 network 
nodes (includes buildings, branch points, and plants) 3 plants 
30 years project life. (ERA citation 08:020994)...Software De- 
scription: IBM370,303x; FORTRAN IV; OS/370; Each of the 
seven DESA modules can execute in 140K bytes of memory. 

MOCARS; MC Distribution and Simulation Limits. 

S. D. Matthews, and J. P. Poloski. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-912 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048912 Price code: CP T1 2 

MOCARS uses Monte Carlo techniques to determine the dis- 
tribution and simulation limits for a function. MOCARS ran- 
domly samples data from any of 12 different probability distri- 
butions and either evaluates a user-specified function or cut 
set system unavailability using the sample data. After ordering 
the data, the values at various quantities and associated con- 
fidence bounds are calculated. The available distributions are 
uniform, exponential, normal, binomial, Poisson, lognormal, 
Weibull, gamma, beta, Cauchy, Pearson Type IV, and empiri- 
cal. If the cut set unavailability function is evaluated, 
MOCARS can determine the importance ranking for compo- 
nents in the unavailability calculation. Frequency and cumula- 
tive distribution histograms are also calculated from the 
sample data. Maxima of 20 quantile values. When calculating 
component importance, sampling distributions are assumed to 
be normal, lognormal, or exponential. (ERA citation 
08:022861). ..Software Description: CDC CYBER76;CDC7600; 
FORTRAN IV (76%) and COMPASS (24%); SCOPE 2.1; If a 
segmented load is performed, 15,000 (octal) words of 
memory are required for execution. Without segment loading 
additional memory will be needed. 

LPMGB; Linear Programming Subroutine with Bounds. 

R. J. Hanson, and J. A. Wisniewski. 



Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-913 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048913 Price code: CP T12 

LPMGB minimizes a linear function of several variables sub- 
ject to linear equality constraints with bounds on selected 
variables. If the problem has M constraint equations in N vari- 
ables, the extra storage, excluding data, is a linear function of 
M and N+ (M*M) memory locations. (ERA citation 
08:022862)...Software Description: 

CDC7600,CYBER175;IBM370,303x; FORTRAN; OS/370 
(IBM370), SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600). NOS 1.3 (CDC 
CYBER175); 27,000 (octal) words of memory are needed to 
execute the CDC 7600 version with the test driver that is pro- 
vided; the IBM370 version requires 120K bytes of memory. 

PESTS; Thermo-Hydraulic System Data Analysis. 

G. L. Bordner. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

91 4R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048914 Price code: CP T03 

PESTS is a statistical model for the analysis of steady-state 
thermo-hydraulic data from experimental loops or operating 
power plants. The analysis, based on estimation theory, pro- 
vides a means for improving the accuracy of estimates of 
system parameters and for resolving small discrepancies in 
system heat balances. Additionally, when significant errors 
are present in the data, this model provides an indication of 
which sensors are suspect. User-supplied input to the PESTS 
(Parameter Estimation in Steady Thermal Systems) program 
consists of steady-state data from a thermo-hydraulic system 
along with error estimates for the sensors and a set of simple 
equations, such as component heat balances, which describe 
the system. Using statistical techniques, the program deter- 
mines revised estimates of the system parameters which are 
more accurate than the raw data and which can be used as a 
basis for verifying the accuracy of individual sensors. PESTS 
was developed for the analysis of experimental data from the 
Sodium Loop Safety Facility (SLSF) but is adaptable to other 
systems. (ERA citation 08:020244). ..Software Description: 
IBM370,303x; FORTRAN IV; OS/370; 70K bytes of memory 
are required for execution. 

CHECKER;CRECT;STNDRD;FIZCON; 

PSYCHE;RESEND;INTER;INTEND;SUMRIZ;PLOTEF;LSTFCV;RIGEL 
ENDF/B V5 Processing Codes. 

C. L. Dunford. 

Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-915 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE830489 1 5 Price code: CP T1 6 

This collection of ENDF/B processing codes consists of 
twelve programs for processing ENDF/B (Evaluated Nuclear 
Data File Version B) Version-V data files. The programs per- 
form the following functions: CHECKER checks ENDF/B data 
files for legal formats. CRECT corrects an ENDF/B BCD tape 
by inserting and deleting data. STNDRD standardizes ENDF/ 
B data formats (removing E's in exponential format and in- 



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serting zeroes in control cards where necessary), rese- 
quences files, and creates or updates the dictionary for all 
materials. FIZCON checks ENDF/B data for physics consist- 
ency and to see that recommended procedures are followed. 
PSYCHE performs physics checks of ENDF/B data, calcu- 
lates resonance integrals, checks secondary particle energy 
conservation, and performs reaction Q-value and Chart-of- 
the-Nuclides tests. RESEND generates infinitely dilute un- 
broadened point cross sections in the ENDF format by com- 
bining ENDF File 3 background cross sections with points cal- 
culated from File 2 resonance parameter data. INTER is a 
special version of the general-purpose ENDF integration pro- 
gram INTEND. INTEND is a general-purpose program which 
generates energy integrals from the ENDF/B cross section 
files using an arbitrary weight function and an arbitrary energy 
grid. SUMRIZ creates a summary for an ENDF material. A de- 
scription and selection of useful data are written in each case. 
PLOTEF plots the ENDF/B data according to material 
number and file number from BCD input in standard, rather 
than alternate, format. LSTFCV produces interpreted listings 
of information from a BCD standard arrangement ENDF/B 
tape. RIGEL selectively or in toto retrieves ENDF/B data from 
one to nine ENDF/B tapes, merges the retrieved ENDF/B 
data onto from one to eight ENDF/B result tapes, changes 
the arrangement (standard to alternate or vice versa), and 
changes the mode (BCD to binary or vice versa). (ERA cita- 
tion 08:022891 )...Software Description: CDC6600.CYBER175; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE(CDC6600), NOS(CYBER175); Machine 
requirement is 1 1 7K. 



system variables. In addition to reactor applications, the pro- 
gram can be applied to transient analysis of other thermal-hy- 
draulic systems with water as the fluid. RELAP5 uses a five 
equation two-phase flow hydrodynamic model consisting of 
the two phasic continuity equations, the two phasic momen- 
tum equations, and an overall energy equation augmented by 
the requirement that one of the phases is assumed saturated. 
In this model only two interphase constitutive relations are re- 
quired, those for interphase drag and interphase mass ex- 
change. Models are included for abrupt area changes, chok- 
ing, mass transfer, interphase drag, wall friction, and branch- 
ing. The limitations on the number of hydrodynamic volumes, 
heat structures, trips, minor edits, etc. are primarily dictated 
by the available memory of the computer. Dynamic allocation 
of storage is used for all problem-dependent data. Design of 
the fields used for input data can also impose limits. Prob- 
lems with over 1 50 hydrodynamic volumes and over 1 00 heat 
structures have been run on a CYBER176 using 270K of 
SCM and 200K of LCM storage for input processing and less 
during transient analysis. (ERA citation 08:020673). ..Software 
Description: CDC CYBER 176;CDC7600; FORTRAN IV (90%) 
and COMPASS (10%); NOS/BE (CDC CYBER176), SCOPE 
2.1.5 (CDC7600); RELAP5 has run on a 64K CDC7600 and a 
132K CYBER176 both with and without use of LCM storage. 
The RELAP5 package contains options (implemented through 
the CDC UPDATE utility program) intended to allow RELAP5 
implementation on a CYBER76 operating under SCOPE2 and 
a CYBER 170 or similar CYBER series hardware under NOS/ 
BE. 



UT200; DEC Emulation of CDC 200 User Terminal. 

V. Crow. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-916 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048916 Price code: CP T03 

The UT200 program enables a properly configured DEC PDP- 
11 to be used as a remote job entry (RJE) terminal with CDC 
data processing equipment. (ERA citation 08:022863). ..Soft- 
ware Description: DEC PDP-11; PAL PDP-11 assembly lan- 
guage; CAPS-11; 10K words of memory and the following 
input/output devices are needed: VT05, VT50, or VT52 CRT 
terminal, LP-11 line printer, CR-11 card reader, and DP-11 
synchronous line interface. In addition, a TA-1 1 cassette unit, 
or alternative device, must be available to assemble and load 
the program. 

RELAP5/MOD1/018; LWR Loss of Coolant Analysis. 

V. H. Ransom, R. J. Wagner, K. E. Carlson, J. A. Trapp, and 
D. M. Kiser. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-917 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE830489 1 7 Price code: CP T1 8 

RELAP5 was developed to. describe the behavior of a light 
water reactor (LWR) subjected to postulated transients such 
as loss of coolant from large or small pipe breaks, pump fail- 
ures, etc. RELAP5 calculates fluid conditions such as veloci- 
ties, pressures, densities, qualities, temperatures; thermal 
conditions such as surface temperatures, temperature distri- 
butions, heat fluxes; pump conditions; trip conditions; reactor 
power and reactivity from point reactor kinetics; and control 



LASO; Block Lanczos Symmetric Eigenvalue Code. 

D. S. Scott. 

Union Carbide Corp., Oak Ridge, TN. Nuclear Div. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-918 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE830489 1 8 Price code: CP T1 3 

LASO is a package of subroutines developed for solving large 
sparse symmetric eigenvalue problems. There are two driver 
subroutines, one to determine a fixed number of eigenvalues 
and eigenvectors at one end of the spectrum of a large 
sparse symmetric matrix and the other to determine all the ei- 
genvalues and eigenvectors of a large sparse symmetric 
matrix outside a user-defined excluded interval. Both are 
available in both single and double precision applicable to 
short word-length (32-bit) and longer word-length hardware. 
(ERA citation 08:022864)...Software Description: 
IBM360,370,303x (designed to be machine-independent); 
FORTRAN IV; OS/370 MVT and MVS; 500K bytes of memory 
are needed for compilation and 180K bytes are used for the 
double precision execution of the sample problem. 

SALE; Analytical Chemistry Quality Control. 

W. J. Bush, and C. D. Gentillon. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-919 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE830489 1 9 Price code: CP T1 3 

The Safeguards Analytical Laboratory Evaluation (SALE) pro- 
gram is a statistical analysis program written to analyze the 
data received from laboratories participating in the SALE 
quality control and evaluation program. The system is aimed 
at identifying and reducing analytical chemical measurement 



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errors. Samples of well-characterized materials are distributed 
to laboratory participants at periodic intervals for determina- 
tion of uranium or plutonium concentration and isotropic distri- 
butions. The results of these determinations are statistically 
evaluated and participants are informed of the accuracy and 
precision of their results. Up to 1 500 pieces of data for each 
nuclear material sampled by a maximum of 75 laboratories 
may be analyzed. (ERA citation 08:021 192). ..Software De- 
scription: IBM360.3033; FORTRAN IV (97%) and Assembly 
language (3%); OS/360; 380K bytes of memory are required 
for execution. 

DEVOG; Coupled Molecular Scattering Equations. 

L D. Thomas. 

California Univ., Berkeley. Lawrence Berkeley Lab. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-920 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048920 Price code: CP T1 1 

DEVOG solves the coupled, second-order differential equa- 
tions of atomic and molecular quantum scattering theory. The 
program is independent of the chemical system or the 
method (close coupling, coupled states, etc.). The physical 
problem is defined by user-supplied subroutines, POT and 
LIST. The number of coupled equations which can be solved 
depends on the amount of main memory available. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:022334)...Software Description: CDC7600.CYBER175; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), NOS 1.3 (CDC 
CYBER175); 144,000 (octal) words of memory are required to 
execute the sample problem. 

PC; Coupled Molecular Scattering Equations. 

L D. Thomas. 

California Univ., Berkeley. Lawrence Berkeley Lab. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-921 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048921 Price code: CP T1 1 

PC solves the coupled, second-order differential equations of 
atomic and molecular quantum scattering theory. The pro- 
gram is independent of the chemical system or the method 
(close coupling, coupled states, etc.). The physical problem is 
defined by user-supplied subroutines, POT and LIST. The 
number of coupled equations which can be solved depends 
on the amount of main memory available. (ERA citation 
08:022335)...Software Description: CDC7600,CYBER175; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), NOS 1.3 (CDC 
CYBER 175); 143,000 (octal) words of memory are required to 
execute the sample problem. 

DACRIN; Radiation Organ Dose from Inhalation. 

J. R. Houston, D. L. Strenge, and E. C. Watson. 
Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-923 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048923 Price code: CP T12 

DACRIN is designed to provide rapid and consistent esti- 
mates of the effective radiation dose to the human respiratory 
tract and other organs resulting from the inhalation of radio- 
active aerosols. The program will calculate the effective radi- 
ation dose to any of 18 organs and tissues from inhalation of 



any one or a combination of radionuclides considered by the 
International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP). 
Input to the program consists of a few program control varia- 
bles, the duration of inhalation exposure, ventilation rate, the 
time interval within which the dose is delivered, the organs of 
interest, the quantity of the radionuclide inhaled, its solubility 
class and particle size, and, when an atmospheric dispersion 
model is invoked, the additional parameters required for the 
model selected. Output provided by DACRIN consists of the 
effective radiation dose to the specified organs at selected 
time intervals for each radionuclide inhaled as indicated by 
the input data. Maxima of 10 downwind distances at which 
dose is calculated 1 organs 1 time intervals measured from 
the most recent intake 5 multiple intake intervals. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:021 941 )...Software Description: UNIVAC1100; FOR- 
TRAN; EXEC8; 56,000 words of memory are needed to exe- 
cute the program. 

SUBDOSA; External Dose Airborne Radionuclides. 

D. L. Strenge, E. C. Watson, and J. R. Houston. 
Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-924 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048924 Price code: CP T12 

SUBDOSA calculates external gamma and beta doses to indi- 
viduals from the accidental release of radionuclides to the at- 
mosphere. Doses are calculated as a function of: quantity re- 
leased, duration of release, atmospheric conditions during the 
release, and horizontal distance from the release point. 
Doses from both gamma and beta radiation are calculated as 
a function of depth in tissue, summed and reported as skin, 
eye, gonadal, and total body dose. Doses are calculated 
within each of several release time intervals with separate nu- 
clide inventories and atmospheric dispersion conditions used 
for each interval. Radioactive decay using a chain decay 
scheme with branching to account for transitions to and from 
isomeric states is considered during the release. The program 
computes normalized air concentrations at ground level as a 
function of distance from the point of release. Maxima of 500 
nuclides 10 downwind distances 6 release time intervals 4 
tissue depths. SUBDOSA does not consider the dose result- 
ing from radionuclides deposited in the body and its organs 
via inhalation. (ERA citation 08:021 942). ..Software Descrip- 
tion: UNIVAC1100; FORTRAN; EXEC8; 43,000 words of 
memory are needed for execution of SUBDOSA. BIVAR, an 
auxiliary program which calculates dose rate factors as a 
function of energy, requires 1 3,000 words of memory. 

ARRRG;FOOD; Aquatic and Terrestrial Radiation. 

B. A. Napier, R. L. Roswell, W. E. Kennedy, Jr., and D. L. 
Strenge. 

Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-925 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048925 Price code: CP T12 

ARRRG calculates radiation doses to humans for radionu- 
clides released to bodies of water from which people might 
obtain fish, other aquatic foods, or drinking water, and in 
which they might fish, swim, or boat. FOOD calculates radi- 
ation doses to humans from deposition on farm or garden soil 
and crops during either an atmospheric or water release of 
radionuclides. Deposition may be either directly from the air or 



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from irrigation water. With both programs, doses may be cal- 
culated for either a maximum-exposed individual or for a pop- 
ulation group. Doses calculated are a one-year dose and a 
committed dose from one year of exposure. The exposure is 
usually considered as chronic; however, equations are includ- 
ed to calculate dose and dose commitment from acute, one- 
time, exposure. Maxima of 23 possible body organs or tissues 
(ARRRG and FOOD) 5 organs and 100 radionuclides in a 
mixture (ARRRG and FOOD) 5 ingestion pathways (ARRRG) 

3 external pathways (ARRRG) 14 food type pathways (FOOD) 
1 external pathway (FOOD). (ERA citation 08:021 943)...Soft- 
ware Description: UNIVAC1100; FORTRAN; EXEC8; 51,000 
words of memory are required to execute ARRRG; 61,000 
words are required by FOOD. 

PABLM; Accumulated Environment Radiation Dose. 

B. A. Napier, W. E. Kennedy, Jr., and J. K. Soldat. 
Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs., Richland, WA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-926 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048926 Price code: CP T12 

PABLM calculates internal radiation doses to man from ra- 
dionuclides in food products and external radiation doses 
from radionuclides in the environment. Radiation doses from 
radionuclides in the environment may be calculated from dep- 
osition on the soil or plants during an atmospheric or liquid 
release, or from exposure to residual radionuclides after the 
releases have ended. Radioactive decay is considered during 
the release, after deposition, and during holdup of food after 
harvest. The radiation dose models consider exposure to ra- 
dionuclides deposited on the ground or crops from contami- 
nated air or irrigation water, radionuclides in contaminated 
drinking water, aquatic foods raised in contaminated water, 
and radionuclides in bodies of water and sediments where 
people might fish, boat, or swim. For vegetation, the radiation 
dose model considers both direct deposition and uptake 
through roots. Doses may be calculated for either a maxi- 
mum-exposed individual or for a population group. The pro- 
gram is designed to calculate accumulated radiation doses 
from the chronic ingestion of food products that contain ra- 
dionuclides and doses from the external exposure to radionu- 
clides in the environment. A first-year committed dose is cal- 
culated as well as an integrated dose for a selected number 
of years. Maxima of 23 possible body organs or tissues 1 9 in- 
gestion pathways 5 organs and 1 00 radionuclides in a mixture 

4 external exposure pathways. (ERA citation 
08:021 944)...Software Description: UNIVAC1100; FORTRAN; 
EXEC8; 80,000 words of memory are required to execute the 
PABLM program. 

SPIRT; Stress-Strains from Transient Pressures. 

L. J. Siefken. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-927 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048927 Price code: CP T1 3 

The SPIRT (Stress-strains from Pressures Instigated by Reac- 
tor Transients) program was developed to predict the pres- 
sure generated by the rapid dispersal of molten U02 from 
power-reactor-type fuel rods into the coolant water. This rapid 
dispersal of molten fuel results from very high-power excur- 
sions initiated by the rapid insertion of reactivity. SPIRT was 



used in the safety analyses of the ATR and ETR. The pro- 
gram can analyze the response of one-dimensional plane, cy- 
lindrical, and spherical geometric configurations to pressure- 
generating heat sources with free- or fixed-surface boundary 
conditions. SPIRT can calculate the response of systems to 
the dispersal of hot fuel particles as a function of the follow- 
ing variables: enthalpy of fuel at time of dispersal, rate at 
which fuel is dispersed, size of dispersed fuel droplets, disper- 
sal density of fuel (grams of fuel dispersed per cc of water), 
quality of water at time of fuel dispersal, enthalpy of water at 
time of fuel dispersal, system pressure at time of fuel disper- 
sal, and the size and constituency of the medium enveloping 
the dispersed fuel. By holding all but one of the listed varia- 
bles constant, and varying that one, the program computes 
the relative effect of that variable upon the response of sys- 
tems to the dispersal of hot fuel. SPIRT exists as two re- 
leases - one, written for U02 fuel is called SPIRTU; the 
second, for uranium-aluminide fuel is identified as SPIRTA. 
(ERA citation 08:020674)...Software Description: CDC 
CYBER76.175; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1 (CDC CYBER76), 
NOS 1.3 (CDC CYBER175); SPIRTU and SPIRTA require ap- 
proximately 173K (octal) words for execution under NOS 1.3. 

TDELAY; Scattering Phase Shifts and Time Delays. 

R. J. Le Roy, and L. R. Eyberger. 

Waterloo Univ. (Ontario). 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-928 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in rriost recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048928 Price code: CP T09 

TDELAY solves the radial or one-dimensional Schroedinger 
equation for any given (smooth) potential in the continuum of 
energies above its "dissociation threshold" to determine the 
scattering phase shift and collisional time delay associated 
with any given energy and partial wave (angular momentum 
state). If desired, TDELAY will also automatically locate and 
determine the width of orbiting, or shape, resonances defined 
by local maxima of the collisional time delay as a function of 
energy. Maxima of 6001 potentials 6001 mesh points. (ERA 
citation 08:022336). ..Software Description: 

IBM370,303x;CDC7600,CYBER175; FORTRAN IV; OS/370 
(IBM370), SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), NOS 1.3 (CDC 
CYBER175); 190K bytes of memory are required to execute 
the IBM370 version of TDELAY; the CDC7600 version re- 
quires 60,000 (octal) words. 

QLEVEL; Potential Bound and Quasibound Levels. 

R. J. Le Roy. 

Waterloo Univ. (Ontario). 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-929 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 

prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 

Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048929 Price code: CP T1 1 

QLEVEL solves the radial or one-dimensional Schroedinger 
equation for any given (smooth) potential to determine its ei- 
genvalues, eigenfunctions, and the expectation values of vari- 
ous operators for any bound or quasibound levels (orbiting or 
shape resonances) of the given potential. The program can 
automatically generate the whole manifold of vibrational and 
rotational levels of a potential from a single initial trial eigen- 
value, and can generate and use any one of a wide variety of 
analytic potentials or use a numerical potential defined by a 
set of user-supplied points. Maxima of 6010 mesh points 210 
turning points 200 levels at which a solution is desired. The 



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potential used must be smooth or care must be taken at 
points where it has discontinuous derivatives. (ERA citation 
08:022866)...Software Description: IBM370,303x; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/370; 350K bytes of memory are required to execute 
the program. 

LINSED; One-Dimensional Multireach Sediment Transport 
Model. 

D. E. Fields. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

930 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048930 Price code: CP T09 

LINSED consists of a driver program coupled with the 
SEDTRN model of sediment transport for a rectangular 
stream channel to allow simulation of sediment transport in a 
one-dimensional multi-reach channel system. The LINSED 
model can accept specification of a branching channel 
system of up to nine nominally homogeneous segments 
(reaches). Sediment input to each reach from external 
sources along the reach is permitted. (ERA citation 
08:022027)...Software Description: IBM360,303x; FORTRAN 
IV; OS/360 (IBM360), OS/303x (IBM303x); 50,000 bytes of 
memory are required. 

SCORE-EVET; Three-Dimensional Hydraulic Reactor Core 
Analysis. 

R. L Benedetti, L V. Lords, and D. M. Kiser. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-931 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048931 Price code: CP T14 

SCORE-EVET was developed to study multidimensional tran- 
sient fluid flow in nuclear reactor fuel rod arrays. The conser- 
vation equations used were derived by volume averaging the 
transient compressible three-dimensional local continuum 
equations in Cartesian coordinates. No assumptions associat- 
ed with subchannel flow have been incorporated into the deri- 
vation of the conservation equations. In addition to the three- 
dimensional fluid flow equations, the SCORE-EVET code con- 
tains a one-dimensional steady state solution scheme to ini- 
tialize the flow field, steady state and transient fuel rod con- 
duction models, and comprehensive correlation packages to 
describe fluid-to-fuel rod interfacial energy and momentum ex- 
change. Velocity and pressure boundary conditions can be 
specified as a function of time and space to model reactor 
transient conditions, such as a hypothesized loss-of-coolant 
accident (LOCA) or flow blockage. The basic volume-aver- 
aged transient three-dimensional equations for flow in porous 
media are solved in their general form with constitutive rela- 
tionships and boundary conditions tailored to define the 
porous medium as a matrix of fuel rods. By retaining generali- 
ty in the form of the conservation equations, a wide range of 
fluid flow problem configurations, from computational regions 
representing a single fuel rod subchannel to multichannels, or 
even regions without a fuel rod, can be modeled without re- 
strictive assumptions. The completeness of the conservation 
equations has allowed SCORE-EVET to be used, with modifi- 
cation to the constitutive relationships, to calculate three-di- 
mensional laminar boundary layer development, flow fields in 
large bodies of water, and, with the addition of a turbulence 
model, turbulent flow in pipe expansions and tees. Maxima of 



64 flow channels 40 cells in any one direction (boundary plus 
real cells) 40 possible loss coefficients. For the fuel rod ther- 
mal transport model, five nodes are allowed in the fuel and 
two nodes in the cladding. (ERA citation 08:02061 0)...Soft- 
ware Description: CDC7600, CYBER175; FORTRAN 
IV;SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), NOS 1.3 (CDC CYBER175); 
200,000 (octal) words of memory are required for execution. 

WECS; Wind Energy Value to Electric Utilities. 

S. Hock, J. R. Harper, C. D. Pervical, and W. Fleck. 
Solar Energy Research Inst., Golden, CO. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-932 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048932 Price code: CP T15 

WECS is a package of five computer models developed by 
the Solar Energy Research Institute to implement a method 
for determining the value of Wind Energy Conversion Systems 
(WECS) to electric utilities. These models, WTP, WEIBUL, 
ROSEW, ULMOD, and FINAM, may be used with most utility 
planning models. The value determination procedure begins 
with the processing of weather data by either the WTP or 
WEIBUL program to produce hourly wind speed data or wind 
probability distributions for each hour of a monthly typical day, 
respectively. The function of WTP is to convert a single year 
of standard weather data into a format acceptable to the 
ROSEW program. WEIBUL is preferable to WTP if two or 
more years of weather data are available because its probabi- 
listic representation of hourly wind speeds is more likely to 
represent the long-term wind speeds than WTP's hourly aver- 
age wind speeds. ROSEW calculates the wind energy system 
hourly power output using weather data supplied and wind 
machine characteristics. For WTP-supplied weather data, a 
single hourly wind power is calculated. For WEIBUL-supplied 
weather data, a group of wind powers with associated prob- 
abilities for each hour is calculated. ULMOD uses the electric- 
ity production estimate calculated by ROSEW to reduce a 
user-supplied utility hourly-load forecast. This reduced load 
profile is then put into a variety of forms suitable for use with 
electric utility planning models (e.g. LOLP, PRODUCTION 
COSTING, GENERATION EXPANSION PLANNING). Utility 
load forecasting uncertainty can be reflected. FINAM is de- 
signed to determine the value (in $/kW) and marginal value 
of alternative electric utility investment options, such as Wind 
Energy Conservation Systems, by using base case utility op- 
erating data with up to ten change cases. (ERA citation 
08:020206). ..Software Description: The system is written in 
FORTRAN IV for implementation on a CDC7600 or CDC 
CYBER175 computer under the SCOPE 2.1 or NOS 1.2 oper- 
ating system. Maximum required memory is 100K octal words 
for the CDC7600 and 200K for the CYBER 175. 

SCAP; Point Kernel Single or Albedo Scatter. 

R. K. Disney, and S. E. Bevan. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp., Madison, PA. Advanced 

Reactors Div. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-933R U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048933 Price code: CP T1 1 

SCAP solves for radiation transport in complex geometries 
using the single- or albedo-scatter point kernel method. The 
program is designed to calculate the neutron or gamma-ray 
radiation level at detector points located within or outside a 



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complex radiation scatter source geometry or a user-specified 
discrete scattering volume. The geometry is described by 
zones bounded by intersecting quadratic surfaces with an ar- 
bitrary maximum number of boundary surfaces per zone. The 
anisotropic point sources are described as point-wise energy 
dependent distributions of polar angles on a meridian; isotrop- 
ic point sources may be specified also. The attenuation func- 
tion for gamma rays is an exponential function on the primary 
source leg and the scatter leg with a buildup factor approxi- 
mation to account for multiple scatter on the scatter leg. The 
neutron attenuation function is an exponential function using 
neutron removal cross sections on the primary source leg and 
scatter leg. Line or volumetric sources can be represented as 
distributions of isotropic point sources, with uncollided line-of- 
sight attenuation and buildup calculated between each source 
point and the detector point. The geometric zone description 
is restricted to zones defined by boundary surfaces defined 
by the general quadratic equation or one of its degenerate 
forms. Due to flexible dimensioning in SCAP, there are no re- 
strictions on the number of energy groups or geometric 
zones. (ERA citation 08:02251 5). ..Software Description: 
CDC7600.CYBER175; FORTRAN (99%) and COMPASS 
(1%); SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), NOS 1.3 (CDC CYBER175); 
55,000 (octal) words of memory are needed to execute the 
SCAP program on the CDC CYBER175. 

NASA; MHD-Modified Chemical Equilibrium Code. 

R. A. Sacks, H. K. Geyer, S. J. Grammel, and E. D. Doss. 
Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
934R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 

DE83048934 Price code: CP T12 

NASA is a substantially modified release of the NASA-Lewis 
computer program for chemical equilibrium compositions. The 
modifications were designed to extend the program to per- 
form combustor analysis for MHD systems studies. NASA cal- 
culates the thermodynamic and electrical properties of a 
chemically reactive gas mixture. The rocket, detonation, and 
constant volume equilibrium options of the parent code have 
been deleted. The new features added include: a) a routine 
for computing the electrical properties of the equilibrium mix- 
ture, b) shorthand input data option for treating standard hy- 
drocarbon fuels, c) a facility for incorporating heat losses in 
the NASA HP mode computations, and d) a printed summary 
of equilibrium thermodynamic properties. Maxima of 250 spe- 
cies 5 elements per species. In the computation of the electri- 
cal properties of the plasma, only the following species are 
considered: hydroxyl, cesium, argon, carbon monoxide, 
carbon dioxide, nitrogen, oxygen, water, nitric acid, potassium 
hydroxide, sulfur dioxide, potassium, and electrons. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:021 41 9)...Software Description: IBM370,303x; FOR- 
TRAN (42%) and PL/I (58%); OS/MVT; 300K bytes of 
memory are generally sufficient to execute the NASA pro- 
gram. 

IDAP; Interactive Decision Analysis Procedure. 

M. J. Jusko, and R. G. Whitfield. 

Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-935 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 

DE83048935 Price code: CP T1 5 



IDAP (Interactive Decision Analysis Procedure) is a program 
for creating, manipulating, and evaluating decision trees, 
which are representations of decision problems characterized 
by uncertain outcomes and multiple conflicting objectives. Ca- 
pabilities of the program include: handling multiple decision 
nodes, including sequential decisions; handling discrete prob- 
ability nodes with the number of branches virtually unlimited, 
so that a continuous probability function can be closely ap- 
proximated; handling many attributes; accepting a wide variety 
of functional forms for marginal utility functions, including both 
discrete and continuous forms; treating multiattribute utility 
functions of either the additive or multiplicative form; calculat- 
ing the expected utility for each decision alternative; identify- 
ing the optimal alternative, i.e. that which maximizes the ex- 
pected utility; and performing sensitivity analyses by changing 
utility function parameters or attribute level tolls for nodes. 
The number of nodes in the user's decision tree is limited by 
the size of the main memory available. One node uses 94 
bytes- plus 4 bytes per attribute; a 1 024-node 3-attribute tree 
requires an additional 106K bytes. (ERA citation 
08:022867)...Software Description: IBM360,370,303x; PL/I; 
IBM OS/370 or IBM VM/370 under CMS; The program re- 
quires approximately 350K bytes of memory. 

LCURVE; Learning Curve Production Calculations. 

B. L. Hatcher. 

General Electric Co., St. Petersburg, FL. Neutron Devices 

Dept. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-936 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048936 Price code: CP T03 

LCURVE is a BASIC time-sharing computer program written 
to estimate the effort or dollars required to perform a task in 
a manufacturing process. The learning curve theory is that as 
quantities double, the rate of learning remains the same. For 
a 90 percent learning curve this means the second unit re- 
quires 90 percent of the hours needed to build the first unit, 
and the fourth unit requires 90 percent of the average hours 
needed to build the first two units. The percent learning curve 
to be used for the manufacturing process must be selected 
with care. If historical data are available, least squares analy- 
sis can be applied to determine the actual learning curve for 
a particular product and organization. (ERA citation 
08:022868). ..Software Description: Honeywell Series 60 Level 
66 Model 20; BASIC; GCOS (Honeywell66/20), PT-11. 

SOLCEL2; Simulation of Photovoltaic Systems. 

E. R. Hoover, J. K. Linn, and P. A. Allen. 
Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-937 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048937 Price code: CP T1 3 

SOLCEL2 was developed as a system analysis tool for per- 
forming studies to identify and evaluate by hour-by-hour simu- 
lation promising photovoltaic (PV) applications. Made up of a 
collection of component model subroutines linked by an exec- 
utive routine, SOLCEL2 allows the user to model a variety of 
system configurations with a minimum number of input varia- 
bles. Hourly weather data and an hourly electrical load profile 
(unless the utility mode of operation is specified) for an entire 
year are required as input. Twelve different array orientation 
schemes are provided. The three basic types of collectors 



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modeled are flat-plate, linear-focus concentrator, and point- 
focus concentrator. Each of the three types has three options 
for cell cooling. Four different methods of modeling the pho- 
tovoltaic conversion process are available including maximum 
power tracking, floating battery, voltage regulator, and tem- 
perature-degraded efficiency. The first three methods use a 
detailed solar cell model while the fourth uses a very simple 
temperature-corrected efficiency model. The logic for energy 
flow is fixed. The system's annual performance is assumed to 
be constant over its economic lifetime. (ERA citation 
08:020031 )...Software Description: 

CDC6600,7600,CYBER175; SOLCEL2 is written primarily in 
ANSI FORTRAN; NOS (CDC6600.CYBER175) and SCOPE 
2.1 (CDC7600); 70,000 (octal) words of central memory are 
required to execute the program. 

ORTEP2; Crystal Structure Illustration Plots. 

C. K. Johnson. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

938 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048938 Price code: CP T12 

ORTEP2 draws crystal structure illustrations using a CalComp 
plotter. Ball-and-stick type illustrations of publication quality 
are produced with either spheres or thermal-motion probabili- 
ty ellipsoids on the atomic sites. The program can produce 
stereoscopic pairs of illustrations which aid in the visualization 
of complex packing arrangements of atoms and thermal 
motion patterns. Interatomic distances, bond angles, and prin- 
cipal axes of thermal motion are calculated also as part of the 
structural study. ORTEP2 includes a hidden-line algorithm to 
eliminate those portions of atoms or bonds behind other 
atoms or bonds. Maxima of 599 stored bonds 166 atoms in 
the input list. (ERA citation 08:022547). ..Software Description: 
IBM360,370,303x; FORTRAN IV (90%) and Assembly lan- 
guage (10%); OS/360; 284K bytes of memory and plotting 
devices. 

INSCAT; Inelastic Scattering Method. 

M. J. Redmon. 

Chemical Dynamics Corp., Columbus, OH. 1984, mag tape- 
ANL/NESC-940 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048940 Price code: CP T1 1 

INSCAT solves the coupled, second-order differential equa- 
tions of atomic and molecular quantum scattering theory. 
Maxima of 25 channels with the program's current dimension- 
ing. (ERA citation 08:022337). ..Software Description: 
CDC7600.CYBER175; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), 
NOS 1.3 (CDC CYBER175); 113,000 (octal) words of memory 
are required to execute the sample problem. 

LOGD; Multichannel LOG-Derivatlve Scattering. 

B. R. Johnson. 

Aerospace Corp., Los Angeles, CA. Chemistry and Physics 

Lab. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-941 U.S. Sales Only. 

Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048941 Price code: CP T1 1 



LOGD solves the close-coupled, Schroedinger equation of 
quantum scattering theory. An option for using a multi-chan- 
nel WKB approximation is included in the program. Maximum 
of 10 coupled channels. (ERA citation 08:022338)...Software 
Description: CDC7600,CYBER175; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1 
(CDC7600), NOS 1.3 (CDC CYBER175); 102,000 (octal) wods 
of memory are required to execute the sample problem. 

MNN; Solution of Close Coupling Equations. 

D. G. Truhlar, D. Thirumalai, M. A. Brandt, and K. Onda. 
Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. Dept. of Chemistry. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-942 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048942 Price code: CP T12 

MNN solves the coupled differential equations of the coupled- 
channel method for the quantum mechanical treatment of in- 
elastic collisions of electrons, atoms, and molecules. The 
number of coupled equations which can be solved depends 
on the amount of main memory available. (ERA citation 
08:022339)...Software Description: CDC7600.CYBER1 75,74; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), NOS 1.3 (CDC 
CYBER1 75,74); 134,000 (octal) words of memory are re- 
quired to execute the sample problem. 

RIO; Power Plant Reliability Characteristics. 

J. P. Poloski. 

EG and G Idaho, Inc., Idaho Falls. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-943 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048943 Price code: CP T1 3 

RIO, which consists of two FORTRAN programs, determines 
reliability importance and allocates optimal reliability goals for 
nuclear power plant safety systems. The first program, 
PHASE1, determines the importance of each safety system's 
contribution to overall plant risk and ranks the systems ac- 
cordingly. The second program, PHASE2, is a nonlinear opti- 
mization code that determines optimal values of systems' reli- 
ability characteristics subject to the risk constraints imposed 
on the plant. Maxima of 150 accident sequences per release 
category (PHASE1) 25 events per accident sequence 
(PHASE1) 25 sets of data for describing the safety systems, 
initiators, and containment failure modes (PHASE1) 40 con- 
straint equations (PHASE2) 20 independent variables 
(PHASE2). (ERA citation 08:020675)...Software Description: 
CDC7600.CYBER175; FORTRAN IV (86%) and COMPASS 
(14%); SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), NOS 1.3 (CDC CYBER175); 
30,000 (octal) words of memory are required by the PHASE1 
program; PHASE2 requires 40,000 (octal) words. 

SATDSK; Saturated Iron Magnetic Field Study. 

G. S. McNeilly. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

944 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048944 Price code: CP T09 

SATDSK is designed to calculate the median plane magnetic 
field in superconducting cyclotrons due to fully saturated iron 
poletips. Optionally, the program calculates the magnetic field 
due to disks of magnetic "charge", which can simulate the 



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effect of holes in the iron poletips or circular trim rods embed- 
ded in the poletip. SATDSK is intended for poletip geometries 
that are both symmetric about the median plane and have az- 
imuthal sector symmetry. Maxima of 1001 points in the poletip 
arrays 100 poletip gap steps 17 magnetic charge disks. Mag- 
netic fields are calculated only in the median plane for 
median-plane-symetric iron poletips. (ERA citation 
08:021 483)...Software Description: IBM360,370,303x; FOR- 
TRAN IV (89%) and Assembly language (11%); OS/MVT, 
OS/MVS; 165K bytes of memory are required to execute the 
program. 

KAPPAS; Semiclassical Transmission Probability. 

D. G. Truhlar, and B. C. Garrett. 
Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. Dept. of Chemistry. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-945 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048945 Price code: CP T09 

KAPPAS computes semiclassical transmission probabilities 
for a one-dimensional potential energy barrier and thermally 
averages them to obtain transmission coefficients. The error 
caused by use of the semiclassical approximation as com- 
pared to quantum mechanics is generally ten percent or less 
for typical potential energy barriers representing chemical re- 
actions. The potential function, which is user-supplied, must 
tend to zero as x approaches negative infinity and have a 
single maximum located at x= 0. (ERA citation 
08:022340)...Software Description: CDC7600,CYBER74,175; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), NOS 1.3 (CDC 
CYBER74.175); 16,000 (octal) words of memory are required 
to execute the sample problem. 

FLOCHT; Computer Drawn Flow Charts and Diagrams. 

S. K. Fischer. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

946 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048946 Price code: CP T12 

FLOCHT is a combination of a DEC PDP10 computer pro- 
gram, FLOW1, and an IBM360 program, FLOW2, designed to 
produce publication quality flow charts and diagrams from a 
rough draft. Use of FLOCHT requires a minimum knowledge 
of the computer systems. Both programs accept a maximum 
of 69 different instructions. (ERA citation 08:022870)...Soft- 
ware Description: DEC PDP10 with IBM360.370 or 303x; 
FORTRAN IV (99%), Assembly language (1%); OS/360 
(FLOW2), TOPS-10 (FLOW1); 400K bytes of memory are re- 
quired to execute the FLOW2 program. 

CPDREV; Spare Parts Inventory Control System. 

A. C. Morgenthaler. 

Rockwell International, Richland, WA. Rockwell Hanford 

Operations. 1984, magtape ANL/NESC-947 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048947 Price code: CP T99 

CPDREV was developed to determine proper stock levels for 
an inventory of process spare parts. The program determines 
the amount of material to buy, and when it should be bought. 



CPDREV can compute an implied risk from a prespecified 
penalty cost, or conversely, the implied penalty cost from a 
prespecified risk level. The frequency of reordering is comput- 
ed to provide a basis for distributing the projected workload 
among buyers and expeditors and to avoid an overstocked in- 
ventory. CPDREV is designed to assist maintenance manag- 
ers in preparing spare parts purchase recommendations. 
CPDREV assumes that the inventory item has a predictable 
sales life, and that the transition costs of passing from one 
order period to the next consist primarily of the order costs, 
the inventory carrying costs, and the penalty costs caused by 
backordering customer requests. (ERA citation 
08:022824)...Software Description: 

UNIVAC1100;CDC6600,CYBER74,175; FORTRAN (99%) and 
Assembly language (1%); EXEC8 (UNIVAC1100), SCOPE 
3.4.4 (CDC6600,CYBER74), NOS 1.3 (CDC CYBER175); If 
the programs are segmented, 62,000 words of memory are 
required to execute the UNIVAC1100 version; the CDC6600 
version requires 136,000 (octal) words on a CDC CYBER175. 

SOLA-VOF; Transient Fluid Flow Free Boundaries. 

B. D. Nichols, C. W. Hirt, and R. S. Hotchkiss. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-948 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048948 Price code: CP T1 1 

SOLA-VOF is a program for the solution of two-dimensional 
transient fluid flow with free boundaries, based on the con- 
cept of a fractional volume of fluid (VOF). Its basic mode of 
operation is for single fluid calculations having multiple free 
surfaces. However, SOLA-VOF can also be used for calcula- 
tions involving two fluids separated by a sharp interface. In 
either case, the fluids may be treated as incompressible or as 
having limited compressibility. Surface tension forces with wall 
adhesion are permitted in both cases. Internal obstacles may 
be defined by blocking out any desired combination of cells in 
the mesh, which is composed of rectangular cells of variable 
size. The setting of array dimensions is controlled through 
PARAMETER statements. (ERA citation 08:021 420)...Soft- 
ware Description: CDC7600,CYBER175; FORTRAN FTN5 
compiler; SCOPE (CDC7600), NOS (CDC CYBER 175); 72,000 
(octal) words of memory. 

BECOM-BNL; Buildings Energy Optimization Model. 

P. T. Kleeman, and F. Lipfert. 

Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-949 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048949 Price code: CP T13 

BECOM-BNL, the Brookhaven Buildings Energy Conservation 
Optimization Model, is a linear programming representation of 
energy use in buildings. Starting with engineering and eco- 
nomic data on cost and performance of energy technologies 
used in buildings, including both conversion devices (such as 
heat pumps) and structural improvements, the model con- 
structs alternative flows for energy through the technologies 
to meet demands for space heating, air conditioning, thermal 
applications, and electric lighting and appliances. Alternative 
paths have different costs and efficiencies. Within constraints 
such as total demand for energy services, retirement of exist- 
ing buildings, seasonal operation of certain devices, and 
others, the model calculates an optimal configuration of 



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energy technologies in buildings. BECOM-BNL can model 25 
energy conversion technologies and 8 structural technologies 
that can be used by 9 building types in each of 4 regions, and 
72 separate building markets; 27 supply and 22 demand cate- 
gories are included. (ERA citation 08:023795). ..Software De- 
scription: CDC7600; PDS; SCOPE 2.1; 160,000 (octal) words 
of SCM (small core memory) and 140,000 (octal) words of 
LCM (large core memory) were required to run the sample 
problem. 

ADVCON; Advance Control 93 APT Postprocessor. 

G. A. O'Hare. 

Bendix Corp., Kansas City, MO. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-950 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048950 Price code: CP T1 1 

ADVCON is a numerical control postprocessor to support the 
Advance Control 93 R/D CNC routing/drilling machine. The 
postprocessor converts APT CL tape information produced by 
the APT processor into machine tool instructions so that the 
machine control unit can place a tool on a part to develop the 
desired geometric configuration. The postprocessor is con- 
cerned with machine tool geometry and dynamics as well as 
the control unit options and input characteristics. ADVCON 
produces punched cards or mylar tape containing the coded 
instructions to accomplish the desired result, i.e., movement 
of the machine tool. (ERA citation 08:024095). ..Software De- 
scription: CDC CYBER174.175; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.3; 
54,000 (octal) words of memory are required for ADVCON, in- 
cluding section and section 4 of APT. 

PTTOPT; Point-to-Point Tool APT Postprocessor. 

G. A. O'Hare. 

Bendix Corp., Kansas City, MO. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-951 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048951 Price code: CP T1 1 

PTTOPT is a numerical control postprocessor to support a 
number of point-to-point machine tools and their associated 
machine control units: Wiedeman N/C Turret Punch Press, 
Knight Model 65 Jig Borer, Burgmaster 2BHT Drill with Fer- 
ranti Control, Burgmaster 2BHT Drill with G.E. Control, Burg- 
master 2BHT Drill with Pratt and Whitney Control, Burgmaster 
3BHT Drill with G.E. Control, CSIP 3K Jig Borer with Sperry 
Control, and Moore Model 3 Jig Bore with Bendix Dynapath 
Control. This program converts APT processor output into 
machine tool language so that the machine control unit can 
develop a desired geometric configuration of a part. The post- 
processor deals with machine tool geometry and dynamics as 
well as the control unit options and input characteristics. 
PTTOPT produces punched cards or mylar tape containing 
the coded instructions to accomplish the desired result, i.e., 
movement of the machine tool. (ERA citation 
08:024096).. .Software Description: CDC CYBER174.175; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 3.3; 34,000 (octal) words of memory 
are required. 

BXAMER; Hustler Two-Axis Lathe APT Postprocessor. 

G. A. O'Hare. 

Bendix Corp., Kansas City, MO. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-952 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 



Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048952 Price code: CP T12 

BXAMER is a numerical control postprocessor to support an 
American 2010 Hustler, dual turret, 2-axis lathe with a Gener- 
al Automation control. The postprocessor converts informa- 
tion from the APT processor into machine tool instructions so 
that the machine control unit can place a tool on a part to 
develop the desired geometric configuration. The postproces- 
sor is concerned with machine tool geometry and dynamics 
as well as the control unit options and input characteristics. 
The APT CL tape serves as input to the postprocessor. 
Output from the postprocessor is standard BCD punched 
cards or a punched mylar tape. Also included as output is a 
listing of the N/C machine used, delta distances, and the ma- 
chine coordinate positions generated by the postprocessor. 
Only the machine x-z plane is currently available for circular 
interpolation. From the part programmer's viewpoint, the only 
restriction is that the tool be perpendicular to the plane of the 
circle. (ERA citation 08:024097)...Software Description: CDC 
CYBER174.175; FORTRAN IV (greater than 99%) and COM- 
PASS (less than 1%); SCOPE 3.3; 41,000 (octal) words of 
memory are required. 

OKUMA; OKUMA Two-Axis Lathe APT Postprocessor. 

G. A. O'Hare. 

Bendix Corp., Kansas City, MO. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-953 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048953 Price code: CP T12 

OKUMA is a numerical control postprocessor to support the 
OKUMA LH50-N dual vertical turret, 2-axis CNC lathe with 
either an OSP2200L or OSP3000L control unit. The post- 
processor converts information from the APT processor into 
machine tool instructions so that the machine control unit can 
place a tool on a part to develop a desired geometric configu- 
ration. The postprocessor deals with machine tool geometry 
and dynamics as well as the control unit options and input 
characteristics. The APT CL tape serves as input to the post- 
processor. Output from the postprocessor is standard BCD 
punched cards or a punched mylar tape. Also included as 
output is a listing of the N/C machine used, delta distances, 
and the machine coordinate positions generated by the post- 
processor. Only the machine x-z plane is currently available 
for circular interpolation. From the part programmer's view- 
point, the only restriction is that the tool be perpendicular to 
the plane of the circle. (ERA citation 08:024098)...Software 
Description: CDC CYBER174.175; FORTRAN IV (greater than 
99%) and COMPASS (less than 1%); SCOPE 3.3; 37,000 
(octal) words of memory are required. 

ABCD; Atom-Triatom Nonreactive Collisions. 

G. C. Schatz. 

Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL. Dept. of Chemistry. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-954 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048954 Price code: CP T09 

ABCD integrates trajectories simulating nonreactive collisions 
between an atom and a triatomic molecule, and calculates 
quasiclassical integral and differential cross sections for vibra- 



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tionally inelastic scattering using a rotational sudden approxi- 
mation. Both the intermolecular and the intramolecular poten- 
tials must be supplied. The intramolecular potential is as- 
sumed to be a quartic force field. Reactive or dissociative col- 
lisions are not properly described. Only processes for which 
the rotational sudden approximation is valid are appropriate. 
The molecule must be symmetric, but can be either linear or 
nonlinear. Final molecular eigenstates must have less than 10 
quanta of excitation in each mode. (ERA citation 
08:02451 1)...Software Description: CDC7600.CYBER175; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), NOS 1.3 (CDC 
CYBER 175); 36,000 (octal) words of memory are required for 
execution on the CDC7600; 41,000 (octal) words are needed 
ontheCDCCYBER175. 

ABCRR;ABCRRJ; A+ BC Classical Trajectory Study. 

L. D. Thomas. 

California Univ., Berkeley. Lawrence Berkeley Lab. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-955 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048955 Price code: CP T1 1 

ABCRR computes classical trajectories for rotationally inelas- 
tic collisions between an atom, A, and a diatomic molecule, 
BC, and for each trajectory stores initial and final trajectory 
data which can be used to compute differential, total differen- 
tial, and integral cross sections. The program prints one line 
of information at the end of each trajectory and, optionally, 
prints data for intermediate points along the trajectory. 
ABCRRJ computes classical trajectories for A-BC collisions 
with fixed total angular momentum rather than fixed impact 
parameter. Data for each trajectory are stored which can be 
used to compute partial and integral cross sections. Classical 
partial cross sections for a fixed total angular momentum, J, 
can be computed, which facilitate a direct comparison of 
quantum and classical partial cross sections when the initial 
state is not the ground rotational state. (ERA citation 
08:02451 2)...Software Description: CDC7600.CYBER175; 
FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1 (CDC7600), NOS 1.3 (CDC 
CYBER175); Both ABCRR and ABCRRJ require less than 
24,000 (octal) words of memory. The auxiliary programs, XRR 
and XRRJ, require 32,000 (octal) and 67,000 (octal) words of 
memory, respectively. 

CONSEPT; Controller-Run Solvent Extraction. 

A. P. Malinauskas, and A. D. Mitchell. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

956R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048956 Price code: CP T09 

The program simulates the solvent extraction process used in 
the reprocessing of nuclear fuel, and, in particular, the actions 
of automatic process controllers in the solvent extraction 
system. The program can presently handle the Purex and 
Thorex processes, but the program can be modified easily to 
handle other solvent extraction processes. Maximum of 100 
stages. (ERA citation 08:0231 10)...Software Description: 
IBM3033,360,370; FORTRAN IV (98%) and BAL (2%); OS/ 
MVS or OS/MVT; The program requires 180K bytes of 
memory for execution. 

PICES; Utility Static Generation Reliability. 



S. R. Greene, and W. P. Poore, III. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

957 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 

DE83048957 Price code: CP T1 1 

PICES (Probabilistic Investigation of Capacity and Energy 
Shortages) was developed for estimating an electric utility's 
expected frequency and duration of capacity deficiencies on a 
daily on- and off-peak basis. In addition to the system loss-of- 
load probability (LOLP) and loss-of-load expectation (LOLE) 
indices, PICES calculates the expected frequency and dura- 
tion of system capacity deficiencies and the probability, ex- 
pectation, and expected frequency and duration of a range of 
system reserve margin states. Results are aggregated and 
printed on a weekly, monthly, or annual basis. The program 
employs hourly load data and either the two-state (on/off) or 
a more sophisticated three-state (on/partially on/fully off) 
generating unit representation. Unit maintenance schedules 
are determined on a weekly, levelized reserve margin basis. 
In addition to the 8760-hour annual load record, the user pro- 
vides the following information for each unit: plant capacity, 
annual maintenance requirement, two- or three-state unit fail- 
ure and repair rates, and for three-state models, the partial 
state capacity deficiency. PICES can also supply default fail- 
ure and repair rate values, based on the Edison Electric Insti- 
tute's 1979 'Report on Equipment Availability for the Ten- 
Year Period 1968 Through 1977', for many common plant 
types. Multi-year analysis can be performed by specifying as 
input data the annual peak load growth rates and plant addi- 
tion and retirement schedules for each year in the study. 
Maxima of 1000 system reserve margin states, 301 generat- 
ing units, 20 years of simulated operation, 5 generating units 
added or retired per year. Plant maintenance requirements 
must be specified as integer weeks, and generating units are 
represented by either two- or three-state models. Changes in 
load cycle shape are not accommodated within the code; the 
new year's load record is derived from multiplying the annual 
hourly load value by the annual growth factor. (ERA citation 
08:023401 )...Software Description: IBM303x,360,370; FOR- 
TRAN IV; OS/MVT or OS/ MVS; 480K bytes of memory are 
required for execution. 

STOPS; Power System Short-Term Optimization. 

M. A. Kuliasha. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

958 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 

DE83048958 Price code: CP T09 

STOPS (Short-Term Optimization of Power Systems) is a unit 
commitment/economic dispatch model developed to deter- 
mine how a power system with an active load control system 
should be operated to make the best use of its available re- 
sources. The model considers the generation mix, individual 
unit characteristics and constraints, production costs, system 
security requirements, the load profile, and the unique charac- 
teristics and operational limitations of the load control system. 
STOPS is capable of handling all types of conventional gen- 
erating sources including thermal, hydroelectrical, and 
pumped storage units and most appliances for direct control 
including those with inherent or designed storage characteris- 
tics. In addition to the optimal load control operating strategy, 
hourly production costs, system marginal costs, spinning re- 



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serve, and fuel usage are calculated. The model does not at- 
tempt to determine the overall economics of load control sys- 
tems, which must also include consideration of capital invest- 
ments in generation, transmission, distribution, and load con- 
trol facilities. However, it does calculate production cost sav- 
ings and produce the modified system profiles necessary to 
determine capital investments. Each unit input must be avail- 
able for the entire time period. STOPS can perform a weekly 
optimization using hourly loads for a power system of up to 
60 generating units. (ERA citation 08:023402)...Software De- 
scription: IBM303x,360,370; FORTRAN IV; OS/MVT or OS/ 
MVS; 280K bytes of memory are required for execution. 

PUBG; Purex Solvent Extraction Process Model. 

J. F. Geldard, A. L. Beyerlein, and L. R. Eyberger. 
Clemson Univ., SC. Dept. of Chemistry and Geology. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-959 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048959 Price code: CP T09 

PUBG is a chemical model of the Purex solvent extraction 
system, by which plutonium and uranium are recovered from 
spent nuclear fuel rods. The system comprises a number of 
mixer-settler banks. This discrete stage structure is the basis 
of the algorithms used in PUBG. The stages are connected to 
provide for countercurrent flow of the aqueous and organic 
phases. PUBG uses the common convention that has the 
aqueous phase enter at the lowest numbered stage and exit 
at the highest one; the organic phase flows oppositely. The 
volumes of the mixers are smaller than those of the settlers. 
The mixers generate a fine dispersion of one phase in the 
other. The high interfacial area is intended to provide for rapid 
mass transfer of the plutonium and uranium from one phase 
to the other. The separation of this dispersion back into the 
two phases occurs in the settlers. The species considered by 
PUBG are Hydrogen (1+ ), Plutonium (4+ ), Uranyl Oxide 
(2+ ), Plutonium (3+ ), Nitrate Anion, and reductant in the 
aqueous phase and Hydrogen (1 + ), Uranyl Oxide (2+ ), Plu- 
tonium (4+ ), and TBP (tri-n-butylphosphate) in the organic 
phase. The reductant used in the Purex process is either Ura- 
nium (4+ ) or HAN (hydroxylamine nitrate). Maximum of 100 
mixer-settler stages. All feed streams enter the contactor 
through the mixers, with only one feed stream of each phase 
able to enter a mixe. All product streams exit the contactor 
from the settlers, with only one product stream of each phase 
able to exit a settler. (ERA citation 08:0231 11). ..Software De- 
scription: IBM3033; CDC CYBER175; FORTRAN IV; OS/MVS 
or OS/MVT (IBM3033), NOS 1.3 (CDC CYBER175); The 
IBM3033 version requires 150K bytes of memory for execu- 
tion; 62,000 (octal) words are required by the CDC 
CYBER 1 75 version. 

PRODCOST; Utility Generating Cost Simulation. 

C. R. Hudson, II, T. M. Reynolds, and G. R. Smolen. 
Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
960 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048960 Price code: CP T1 1 

PRODCOST simulates the operation of an electric utility gen- 
eration system. Through a probabilistic simulation the expect- 
ed energy production, fuel consumption, and cost of oper- 
ation for each unit in the system are determined. Total system 
fuel consumption, energy generation by type, total generation 



costs, as well as system loss of load probability and expected 
unserved energy are calculated. The code does not take into 
account the transmission and distribution system of the utility. 
It assumes that there are no transmission limitations within 
the system. Finite energy exchanges with neighboring utilities 
can be modeled. Maxima of 200 plants, 1 hydroelectric plant, 
1 pumped storage plant, 5 separate firm purchases, 5 firm 
sales. (ERA citation 08:023403). ..Software Description: 
IBM360,370,303x; FORTRAN IV (97%) and Assembler (3%); 
OS/370; 300K bytes of memory are required for execution. 

PREMOR; Two-Group Point Reactor Power Plant Model. 

D. R. Vondy. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

961 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048961 Price code: CP T13 

PREMOR is a two-group point nuclear reactor power plant 
model for survey analysis. Critical core requirements and de- 
sired power level are satisfied by a direct iteration procedure 
which adjusts the actinide feed composition as needed. Either 
continuous or batch fueling may be modeled. Iteration may be 
accomplished to achieve an optimum fuel cost, or a series of 
succeeding problems solved to vary the neutron loss fraction. 
Results obtained include the neutron absorption distribution, 
nuclide concentrations, fuel cost and ore requirements, and 
integral information such as the fuel conversion ratio and dou- 
bling time, fuel consumption rate, effective neutron production 
per absorption and reactivity importance of the nuclides at se- 
lected points in the reactor history. The program has been 
used extensively for analysis of the graphite-moderated, gas- 
cooled reactor concept. Maxima of 13 actinides 11 fission 
products 1 lumped absorber 20 resident feed batches. (ERA 
citation 08:023540)...Software Description: IBM360,370,303x; 
FORTRAN IV (97%) and Assembler (3%); OS/360; 164 K 
bytes of memory are required for execution. 

GASPAR; Evaluation of Atmospheric Releases. 

K. F. Eckerman, D. G. Lash, and J. A. Shields. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

963 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

DE83048963 Price code: CP T1 1 

GASPAR implements the air released dose models of the 
NRC Regulatory Guide 1.109 for noble gases (semi-infinite 
plume only) and the radioiodine and particulate emissions 
(specifically 1.109-10 through 1.109-13 and a portion of 
1.109-14). GASPAR computes both population (ALARA-As 
Low As Reasonably Achievable and NEPA-National Environ- 
mental Policy Act) and individual doses. Site data, meteoro- 
logical data, radionuclide release source terms, and location 
meteorological data for selected individuals are specified as 
input data. The site data include population data and milk, 
meat, and vegetation production. The meteorological data in- 
clude dispersion X/Q, X/Q decayed, X/Q decayed and de- 
pleted, and deposition. Population doses, individual doses, 
and cost benefit tables are calculated. Maxima of 99 source 
terms 10 source terms in Cost Benefit Table 33 nuclides 5 in- 
dividuals. (ERA citation 08:024248). ..Software Description: 
IBM370,303x; FORTRAN IV (98%) and Assembly language 
(2%); OS/370; 270K bytes of memory are required for execu- 
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XOQDOQ; Nuclear Power Plant Effluent Releases. 

J. Shields, J. T. Goll, and J. F. Sagendorf. 
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC. Div. of 
Automatic Data Processing. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
964 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 
tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048964 Price code: CP T1 1 

XOQDOQ was designed for meteorological evaluation of rou- 
tine releases from commercial nuclear power reactors. It cal- 
culates average relative effluent concentrations and average 
relative deposition values at locations specified by the user 
and at standard radial distances and segments for downwind 
sectors. It also calculates these values at the specified loca- 
tions for intermittent releases. Maxima of 30 receptor loca- 
tions 14 velocity categories 7 stability categories 5 release 
exit points 5 receptor types. (ERA citation 08:023572).. .Soft- 
ware Description: IBM370,303x; FORTRAN IV; OS1370; 240K 
bytes of memory are required to execute the sample problem. 

BICYCLE; Levelized Life Cycle Cost Calculation. 

R. W. Hardie. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-965 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048965 Price code: CP T09 

BICYCLE calculates levelized life-cycle costs for plants that 
produce electricity, heat, gaseous fuels, or liquid fuels. BICY- 
CLE also gives a detailed breakdown of the various life-cycle 
components making up the total and yearly cash flows in cur- 
rent dollars during each year of the project's lifetime. With 
current program dimensioning, 1 2(the number of years a plant 
operates) + (the number of years for capital construction) 
must be less than 1000. (ERA citation 08:023404)...Software 
Description: CDC6600,CYBER175; FORTRAN IV; NOS 1.4 
(CDC CYBER175); 23,000 (octal) words are required to exe- 
cute the sample problems. 

VIVAS2; A-BC Exact Coupled Channel Scattering. 

G. A. Parker, J. C. Light, and J. V. Lill. 

Oklahoma Univ., Norman. Dept. of Physics and Astronomy. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-966 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048966 Price code: CP T13 

VIVAS2 computes the scattering S-matrix and transition prob- 
abilities for the collision of an S-state atom, A, with a sigma- 
state diatomic molecule, BO Maxima of 600 quantum states 
for the system 300 rotational J values 150 channels to be in- 
tegrated 50 oscillator basis functions 50 vibrational states. 
The S-matrix analysis assumes that there are no coulomb 
interactions. (ERA citation 08:02451 3)...Software Description: 
DEC VAX1 1 /780; FORTRAN 77; VMS 2.4; 2.9 megabytes of 
memory are required to execute the sample problems. 



modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048967 Price code: CP T99 

One of the problems encountered by computer users is the 
lack of common utility routines for different computer sys- 
tems. The software which was initially presented in Kernighan 
and Plauger's SOFTWARE TOOLS represented a first step 
toward a solution to this problem. A common editor, text for- 
matter, sort, and other program development tools were pre- 
sented through two mechanisms: (a) all source was written in 
RATFOR, a FORTRAN preprocessor language directly trans- 
latable into FORTRAN, and (b) system-dependent routines 
were pushed down either into macro replacements or primi- 
tive function calls, to be implemented by the individual 
charged with bringing up the utilities in the local computing 
environment. These mechanisms, together with adoption of 
certain conventions pertaining to data types, permit many 
sites running different operating systems to implement these 
tools. If the shell, or command line interpreter, is implement- 
ed, this software can essentially define a portable "virtual op- 
erating system" providing inter-system uniformity at the three 
levels of user interface-virtual machine (the primitives), utili- 
ties, and command language. The SOFTWARE TOOLS pack- 
age consists of a set of program development utilities and a 
program library modelled after the Bell Laboratories' proprie- 
tary UNIX operating system.Base version (This version is not 
tailored to any one machine but serves as a portable base for 
the user who can add "primitives" or modify the base source 
to tailor SOFTWARE TOOLS to the local computing environ- 
ment.); FORTRAN IV and RATFOR. (ERA citation 
08:025258)...Software Description: VAX 11/780; RATFOR, 
FORTRAN IV; MACRO-11 Assembly Language; Machine re- 
quirement is 22,000 blocks of disk storage. 

SLIC; Interactive Graphics Three-Dimensional Mesh 
Generation. 

M. A. Gerhard. 

Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-968 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048968 Price code: CP T14 

SLIC is an interactive graphics mesh generator developed for 
use with finite-element and finite-difference method applica- 
tion programs. The interactive graphics display coupled with 
mesh modification commands provides the user the ability to 
'manipulate' the mesh and immediately view the result of this 
action. This capability facilitates the construction of complex 
models. Compressed data storage allows up to 32,762 points 
on the logical cube and a similar number on the actual mesh. 
Each logical point requires 1/4 word of small core memory 
(SCM), and each actual point retained requires four words of 
large core memory (LCM). SCM and LCM are dynamically al- 
located by the SLIC program. (ERA citation 08:025259)...Soft- 
ware Description: CDC7600; FORTRAN IV (99%) and COM- 
PASS (1%); SLP (SLOPE); 102,000 (octal) words of small 
core memory and 400 (octal) words of large core memory are 
required to execute the sample problem. 



SOFTWARE TOOLS; Program Development Interface. 

D. K. Scherrer. 

California Univ., Berkeley. Lawrence Berkeley Lab. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-967 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 



RATEPAC; Power Plant Revenue Requirements Code. 

L. C. Fuller. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 
969 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 
can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 



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tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048969 Price code: CP T1 1 

RATEPAC models the financial aspects of an electric power 
plant or other investment requiring capital outlays and having 
annual operating expenses. The program produces incremen- 
tal pro-forma financial statements showing how an investment 
will affect the overall financial statements of a business entity. 
The code accepts parameters required to determine capital 
investment and expense as a function of time and sums 
these to determine minimum revenue requirements (cost of 
service). The program also calculates present worth of reve- 
nue requirements and required return on rate base. RATE- 
PAC is designed to provide a rapid means of estimating reve- 
nue requirements, cash flows, taxes, etc. It should be used 
only as an estimating tool for selection between alternatives 
or to justify more detailed studies. Simplifications have been 
made for speed of calculation and ease of use. Property tax 
is assumed to be constant over the plant lifetime. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:023405)...Software Description: IBM303x,360,370; 
FORTRAN IV; OS/MVT or OS/MVS; 140K bytes of memory 
are required for execution. 

DAP; Deuterium Depth Profile in Uniform Solids. 

M. Marcuso, S. J. Rothman, L. Nowicki, and P. Baldo. 
Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-970 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048970 Price code: CP T09 

The Deuterium Analysis Program, DAP, is a tool for the analy- 
sis of data from nuclear reaction measurements which utilize 
the D(He-3,alpha)H reaction to determine deuterium concen- 
tration profiles in the near-surface region of solids. Maxima of 
1024 channels for the experimental spectrum 50 depth divi- 
sions 10 radial divisions. (ERA citation 08:023993). ..Software 
Description: IBM303x; FORTRAN IV; OS/MVS; 320K bytes of 
memory and auxiliary plotting devices are required. 

ICOP; Financial Model Industrial Cogeneration. 

L. M. Green, and H. F. Bumworth, Jr. 

TRW Energy Engineering Div., McLean, VA. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-971 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048971 Price code: CP T09 

The ICOP program performs financial analysis computations 
in a generic fashion, with special emphasis on the analysis of 
industrial cogeneration applications. Both undiscounted and 
discounted cash flows are generated. Measures of financial 
feasibility include energy savings, internal rate of return, and 
net present value. Maxima of 40 construction periods 40 
years of operation. A variety of depreciation schemes can be 
defined, including those associated with the Economic Recov- 
ery Tax. (ERA citation 08:023406). ..Software Description: 
CDC CYBER170.175; FORTRAN IV; MACE, the TRW-modi- 
fied KRONOS Operating System (CDC CYBER170), NOS 1.4 
(CDC CYBER175); Approximately 45,000 (octal) words of 
CDC CYBER175 memory are used to execute the program. 

NJE; VAX-VMS IBM NJE Network Protocol Emulator. 

D. E. Engert, and C. Raffenetti. 

Argonne National Lab., IL 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-972 

U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 



prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048972 Price code: CP T1 5 

NJE is communications software developed to enable a VAX 
VMS system to participate as an end-node in a standard IBM 
network by emulating the Network Job Entry (NJE) protocol. 
NJE supports job networking for the operating systems used 
on most large IBM-compatible computers (e.g., VM/370, MVS 
with JES2 or JES3, SVS, MVT with ASP or HASP). Files re- 
ceived by the VAX can be printed or saved in user-selected 
disk files. Files sent to the network can be routed to any net- 
work node for printing, punching, or job submission, or to a 
VM/370 user's virtual reader. Files sent from the VAX are 
queued and transmitted asynchronously. No changes are re- 
quired to the IBM software. Restrictions are related to func- 
tionality required of an end-node. The NJE protocol supports 
only those 'print' files with record sizes less than or equal to 
133 bytes and 'punch' files with record sizes of 80 bytes. 
(ERA citation 08:025260)...Software Description: DEC VAX11/ 
780; VAX-11 FORTRAN 77 (99%) and MACRO-11 (1%); 
VMS 2.5; VAX1 1/780 with Dump-11 UNIBUS interface and 
9600 baud synchronous modem. 

SWIFT; Waste-Isolation Flow and Transport Model. 

R. M. Cranwell, and M. Reeves. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-973 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048973 Price code: CP T99 

SWIFT solves the coupled or individual equations governing 
fluid flow, heat transport, brine displacement, and radionuclide 
displacement in geologic media. Fluid flow may be transient 
or steady-state. One, two, or three dimensions are available 
and transport of radionuclides chains is possible. SWIFT is 
designed to permit the user to adjust the machine require- 
ments to problem complexity. On the CDC7600 in direct solu- 
tion mode, the maximum number of grid blokes allowed is ap- 
proximately 1400. (ERA citation 08:023377).. .Software De- 
scription: CDC7600; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1; 70,000 (octal) 
words of memory are required to compile the SWIFT source. 
130,000 (octal) words of small core memory (SCM) and 
400,000 (octal) words of large core memory (LCM) are 
needed to execute the sample problems. 

NONSAP-C; Nonlinear Stress Concrete Structures. 

C. A. Anderson, P. D. Smith, L. M. Carruthers, and C. Taylor. 
Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 
NESC-974 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 
Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 
inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 
Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048974 Price code: CP T1 5 

NONSAP-C is a finite element program for determining the 
static and dynamic response of three-dimensional reinforced 
concrete structures. Long-term, or creep, behavior of con- 
crete structures can also be analyzed. Nonlinear constitutive 
relations for concrete under short-term loads are incorporated 
in two time-independent models, a variable-modulus approach 
with orthotopic behavior induced in the concrete due to the 
development of different tangent moduli in different directions 
and an elastic-plastic model in which the concrete is assumed 
to be a continuous, isotropic, and linearly elastic-plastic strain- 



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hardening-fracture material. A viscoelastic constitutive model 
for long-term thermal creep of concrete is included. Three-di- 
mensional finite elements available in NONSAP-C include a 
truss element, a multinode tendon element for prestressed 
and posttensioned concrete structures, an elastic-plastic 
membrane element to represent the behavior of cavity liners, 
and a general isoparametric element with a variable number 
of nodes for analysis of solids and thick shells An out-of-core 
equation solver for large systems of linear equations allows 
practically unlimited problem size. The truss and tendon ele- 
ments are assumed to have constant area. The tendon ele- 
ment cannot be used in geometrically nonlinear analyses. The 
membrane element can have from 4 to 8 nodes and the gen- 
eral three-dimensional isoparametric element from 8 to 21. 
(ERA citation 08:024026)...Soft Description: CDC7600; FOR- 
TRAN IV (CDC FORTRAN Extended); LTSS (CDC7600), 
SCOPE 2.1.5 (CDC7600); Approximately 115K (octal) words 
of small core memory and 345K (octal) words of large core 
memory and 1 9 disk files are used by the program. 

INGEN; Finite Element Program Mesh Generator. 

W. A. Cook. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-975 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048975 Price code: CP T1 2 

INGEN is a general-purpose mesh generator for use in con- 
junction with two- and three-dimensional finite element pro- 
grams. The basic components of INGEN are surface and 
three-dimensional region generators that use linear-blending 
interpolation formulae. These generators are based on an i, j, 
k index scheme, which is used to number nodal points, con- 
struct elements, and develop displacement and traction 
boundary conditions. The origin cannot be used as the coordi- 
nated of a nodal point since the zero coordinates are a test 
used for nonexistent nodal points. To ensure a minimum 
bandwidth, label the index with the least number of nodal 
points I and the index with the most nodal points K. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:025261 )...Software Description: CDC7600; FOR- 
TRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1.5 (CDC7600); INGEN requires approxi- 
mately 114,000 (octal) words of small core memory and 274K 
(octal) words of large core memory for CDC7600 execution. 

GCFM5.0; Geothermal Field and Power Plant Costs. 

J. C. Blake. 

MITRE Corp., McLean, VA. METREK Div. 1984, magtape 
ANL/NESC-976 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048976 Price code: CP T1 4 

GCFM (Geothermal Loan Guaranty Cash Flow Model) is an 
interactive program which estimates project costs and cash 
flows for geothermal producer field projects and geothermal 
electric plant projects during construction and operation. Both 
the year-by-year cash flow for a project and a levelized 
busbar cost of electricity or a levelized price for geothermal 
fluid can be estimated. Maxima of 50 years project life (con- 
struction and operation), 50 years loan life, 1 5 financial cases, 
10 power plant designs, 10 field designs. GCFM does not 
contain provisions for estimating the costs of geothermal 
direct heat utilization projects. (ERA citation 08:023378).. .Soft- 
ware Description: IBM370,303x; FORTRAN IV; VM/CMS; 



750K bytes of memory are required for execution of the pro- 
gram. 

SECTION.REV1; Plot Geochemical Drill Hole Data. 

C. Withrow. 

Utah Univ. Research Inst., Salt Lake City. Earth Science Lab. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-977 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048977 Price code: CP T09 

SECTION, which consists of two interactive programs, SEC- 
IO and SEC-PLOT, provides plots of core sample geochemi- 
cal data for any or all drill holes in a given area projected 
onto any predetermined section plane. Plot size is user-de- 
fined by keyboard input. Holes are plotted in cross section as 
straight lines defined by collar coordinates, bearing angle, dip 
angle, and length. SECTION is applicable to small problem 
areas with relatively short drill holes that are approximately 
straight. The data for one problem area may be saved and 
another retrieved, all within program control. Maxima of 700 
samples in a problem area 805 records on the merge file 207 
records on the data file. The program is limited to the 
straight-line model of a drill hole. (ERA citation 
08:023379)...Software Description: UNIVAC1 108,1 100; FOR- 
TRAN V (99%) and Assembler (1%); EX EC8; SEC-IO and 
SEC-PLOT require 12,000 and 9,000 words of memory, re- 
spectively. SEC-IO requires a work file (unit 1) and a merge 
file (unit 2) on a direct access device. SEC-PLOT requires 
only the work file. 

SLUMB.REVO; One-Dimensional Schlumberger Inversion 
Program. 

T. Killpack, and S. Sandberg. 

Utah Univ. Research Inst., Salt Lake City. Earth Science Lab. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-978 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048978 Price code: CP T09 

SLUMB accepts field data from a Schlumberger resistivity 
array and inverts it in terms of a one-dimensional layered 
geoelectrical model. Because the inverse problem is nonlin- 
ear, an initial guess model is required; this can be obtained by 
traditional curve matching or by repeated use of the forward 
algorithm. Unit 3 is used as an alternate print file. (ERA cita- 
tion 08:023364)...Software Description: UNIVAC1 108,1 100; 
FORTRAN V (99%) and Assembler (1%); EXEC8; 22,000 
words of memory are required for execution. 

ASPEN; Advanced System for Process Engineering. 

L E. Graham. 

Massachusetts Inst, of Tech., Cambridge. Energy Lab. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-979R U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048979 Price code: CP T99 

ASPEN (Advanced System for Process Engineering) is a 
state-of-the-art process simulator and economic evaluation 
package which was designed for use in engineering fossil 
energy conversion processes. ASPEN can represent multi- 
phase streams, including solids, and handle complex sub- 



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stances such as coal. The system can perform steady-state 
material and energy balances, determine equipment size and 
cost, and carry out preliminary economic evaluations. It is 
supported by a comprehensive physical property system for 
computation of major properties such as enthalpy, entropy, 
free energy, molar volume, equilibrium ratio, fugacity coeffi- 
cient, viscosity, thermal conductivity, diffusion coefficient, and 
thermal conductivity for specified phase conditions - vapor, 
liquid, or solid. The properties may be computed for pure 
components, mixtures, or components in a mixture, as appro- 
priate. The ASPEN Input Language is oriented towards proc- 
ess engineers. (ERA citation 08:022899). ..Software Descrip- 
tion: IBM303x; DEC VAX1 1/780; FORTRAN IV (99%) and As- 
sembly language (1%) for the IBM CMS version. All of 
ASPEN except easily replaceable system utilities is written in 
ANS FORTRAN X3.9-1966. THE DEC VAX version is com- 
pletely FORTRAN IV.; VM/CMS (IBM303x), VMS 2.4,2.5 
(DEC VAX1 1/780); The IBM CMS transmittal tape is recorded 
at 6250 bpi. The IBM version CMS edition requires approxi- 
mately 200 cylinders of IBM3350 or equivalent disk storage 
for the ASPEN system account, using three minidisks of 115, 
30, and 35 cylinders, respectively, on an IBM3350 or equiva- 
lent disk drive and 2 megabytes of virtual storage. In addition, 
5 cylinders of IBM3350 or equivalent disk storage and 2 me- 
gabytes of virtual storage are needed for each user account. 
The DEC VAX version requires approximately 3 megabytes of 
virtual storage in addition to approximately 150K blocks of 
disk storage for the system account, and 20K blocks of disk 
storage for each user account. 

BENDPAC; Stress Analysis of Flanged Pipe Bends. 

J. F. Whatham. 

Australian Atomic Energy Commission, Sutherland. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-980 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048980 Price code: CP T13 

BENDPAC is a package of seven programs designed to cal- 
culate the following: (a) stresses and deflections in pipe 
bends terminated by flanges, infinitely long tangent pipes, or 
short equal length flange-ended tangents when under pres- 
sure (PRESEF) or pure in-plane bending (BENDEF); (b) 
stresses in flange-ended pipe bends from in-plane end load- 
ing other than pure bending (SHEREF), coil spring type out- 
of-plane loading (COILEF), or any other type of out-of-plane 
loading (TURNEF); and (c) flexibility matrices for flange-ended 
pipe bends for any in-plane end loading (FLEXIN) or out-of- 
plane end loading (FLEXOT). Wall thickness should not 
exceed 0.3 of the pipe radius. All variables are expressed as 
truncated trigonometric series with a maximum of 16 terms. 
(ERA citation 08:024099).. .Software Description: 
IBM303x,370; FORTRAN IV (93%) and Assembly language 
(7%); OS/MVS and OS/MVT; 380K bytes of memory are re- 
quired to compile and execute the programs. 

PLANMAP.REV1; Plots Geochemical Data in Plan. 

C. Withrow. 

Utah Univ. Research Inst., Salt Lake City. Earth Science Lab. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-981 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048981 Price code: CP T09 



PLANMAP, which consists of two interactive programs, PLAN- 
IO and PLAN-PLOT, is used to plot geochemical data in plan. 
Data are supplied by keyboard entry and can be listed, edited, 
and plotted. The input data consist of geochemical sample 
assay values and the coordinates that describe the locations 
of these samples. The output consists primarily of a plot that 
represents a map showing the data for one selected element 
or assay. The data may be modified in various ways, such as 
editing, adjusting assay value according to silicate content of 
sample, and mathematical function mapping. Various symbols 
may be selected to represent the sample locations on the 
plot. When producing the plot, the user interactively specifies 
parameters such as plot size, units, and scale factors. The 
data for one problem area may be saved and another re- 
trieved, all under program control. Map section corner coordi- 
nates may be included as input data and either a keyboard or 
line printer listing of the data may be obtained, if desired. 
Maxima of 400 sample locations 194 elements or types of 
assays. The program has no map projection capabilities and 
is used to plot relatively small work areas where a flat earth 
approximation can be used. (ERA citation 08:023365).. .Soft- 
ware Description: UNIVAC1 108,1 100; FORTRAN V (97%) 
and Assembly language (3%); EXEC8; 12,000 words of 
memory are required to execute PLAN-IO; RUNLP and PLAN- 
PLOT require 5,000 and 7,000 words, respectively. PLAN-IO 
requires a work file (unit 1) and a merge file (unit 2) on a 
direct-access file, RUNLP and PLAN-PLOT require the work 
file only. 

DOECTZDATA; California Sixteen-Zone Weather Data. 

C. Helmich. 

California Energy Commission, Sacramento. Conservation Div. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-982 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048982 Price code: CP T99 

DOECTZDATA is a collection of hourly weather data for each 
of 365 days in a year for sixteen different California thermal 
zones representing Eureka, Santa Rosa, San Francisco, 
Santa Cruz, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa 
Ana, Pasadena, San Bernardino, Red Bluff, Sacramento, 
Fresno, Daggett, Brawley, and Tahoe. The data presented 
are in the form of the WBAN Hourly Surface Observation data 
used by the National Climatic Center, Asheville, North Caroli- 
na. They include the sky condition, visibility, weather and/or 
obstruction to vision information, sea level pressure, dew 
point temperature, wind direction and speed, station pressure, 
dry and wet bulb temperature, relative humidity, and cloud 
and obscuring phenomena information. IBM360; OS/360. 
(ERA citation 08:025223) 

EGUN; Calculation of Electron Trajectories. 

W. B. Herrmannsfeldt. 

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, CA. 1 984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-983 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048983 Price code: CP T1 1 

EGUN, the SLAC Electron Trajectory Program, computes tra- 
jectories of charged particles in electrostatic and magnetosta- 
tic focusing systems including the effects of space charge 
and self-magnetic fields. Starting options include Child's Law 
conditions on cathodes of various shapes, user-specified ini- 



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tial conditions for each ray, and a combination of Child's Law 
conditions and user specifications. Either rectangular or cylin- 
drically symmetric geometry may be used. Magnetic fields 
may be specified using arbitrary configuration of coils, or the 
output of a magnet program, such as Poisson, or by an exter- 
nally calculated array of the axial fields. Maxima of 9001 
mesh points in a square mesh 300 mesh points in the axial 
direction 100 mesh points in the radial direction 101 poten- 
tials 51 rays. In cylindrical coordinates, the magnetic fields 
are axially symmetric. In rectangular coordinates, any orienta- 
tion of a two-dimensional magnetic field is possible. (ERA ci- 
tation 08:0241 67)...Software Description: IBM370,303x,3081; 
FORTRAN IV (99%) and Assembler (1%); OS/MVS, OS/ 
SVS, VM; 450K bytes of memory and two direct-access de- 
vices (logical units 1 and 8 are required). 

PELSHIE2; Point Kernel Integration Shielding. 

G. P. de Beer, A. E. Language, and J. I. Thompson. 
Atomic Energy Board, Pelindaba, Pretoria (South Africa). 
1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-984 U.S. Sales Only. Price 
includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 
recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 
mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 
questions. 
DE83048984 Price code: CP T1 1 

PELSHIE2 calculates dose rates from gamma-emitting 
sources with different source geometries and shielding con- 
figurations. Eight source geometries are provided and are 
called by means of geometry index numbers. Gamma-emmis- 
sion characteristics of 133 isotopes, attenuation coefficients 
for 57 elements and other shielding materials, and Berger 
build-up parameters for 17 shielding materials can be ob- 
tained from two associated direct-access libraries. For ex- 
tended sources, constant source strengths, as well as expo- 
nential and cosine or Bessel functions source strength distri- 
butions, are allowed in most cases. Maxima of 225 subre- 
gions per source 80 different photon energies per source 18 
energy groups 10 different shielding regions. Only photons 
with an energy greater than 100 key can be handled by the 
program. Build-up below 250 keV is ignored. (ERA citation 
08:024720)...Software Description: IBM360,303x; FORTRAN 
IV (99%) and BAL (1%); OS/MVT, OS/MVS; 140K and 60K 
bytes of memory are required by PELSHIE2 and the auxiliary 
program, respectively. Two direct-access devices (units 2 and 
3) are used by both programs. 

SPXCPL; Two-Dimensional Modeling of Self-Potential 
Effects. 

W. R. sill, and T. J. Killpack. 

Utah Univ. Research Inst., Salt Lake City. Earth Science Lab. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-985 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048985 Price code: CP T09 

SPXCPL is a two-dimensional modeling program of self-po- 
tential effects from cross-coupled fluid and heat flow. The ge- 
ological structure is two-dimensional, but the sources can be 
either finite line sources or point sources. The self potential 
(SP) method is based on the measurement of naturally occur- 
ring potential differences generated mainly by electrochemi- 
cal, electrokinetic, and thermoelectric sources. The SP 
method of geophysical interpretation is used in geothermal 
exploration, earthquake-related phenomena, and in other en- 
gineering applications. The input model and solution are limit- 



ed to two-dimensional geologic structures. The size of the 
mesh is fixed at 11 x 66 cells. (ERA citation 
08:023366)...Software Description: PRIME400;DEC VAX11/ 
780; FORTRAN IV; PRIMOS IV (PRIME400), VMS 3.0 (DEC 
VAX1 1/780); SPXCPL uses 8K words for program storage, 
55K words of data, and 19K words of common data on the 
PRIME400 system, 160K bytes of vitrual storage are required 
on the VAX1 1 /780. 

ELLIPTIC; Elliptic Integrals by Duplication. 

B. C. Carlson. 

Ames Lab., IA. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-986 U.S. Sales 

Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared 

in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify 

recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you 

have questions. 

DE83048986 Price code: CP T09 

ELLIPTIC is a set of four subroutines for numerically evaluat- 
ing logarithms, arctangents, and elliptic integrals of all three 
kinds, including complete integrals. Two of the subroutines 
evaluate the incomplete elliptic integrals of the first and third 
kinds - RF(x,y,z) = 1/2 of the integral with respect to t from 
to infinity of ((t+ x)(t+ y)(t+ z))**(-1/2), and RJ(x,y,z,p)= 3/ 
2 of the integral with respect to t from to infinity of ((t+ 
x)(t+ y)(t+ z))**(-1/2)/(t+ p). The integrals are complete if 
x= 0. The other two subroutines evaluate the special cases 
RC(x,y)= RF(x,y,y) and RD(x,y,z)= RJ(x,y,z,z). The function 
RD is an incomplete elliptic integral of the second kind, and 
RC embraces the logarithm, inverse circular functions, and in- 
verse hyperbolic functions. These functions and others, such 
as Legendre's elliptic integrals and Heuman's lambda function 
can be expressed in terms of RC, RF, RD, and RJ (reference 
1). (ERA citation 08:025262)...Software Description: NAS AS/ 
6;IBM370 (designed to be machine-independent); FORTRAN 
IV; OS/MVT (IBM370); NESC used less than 50K bytes on an 
IBM370/195 for execution of the sample problems. 

L2RMAT; Coupled Channel Inelastic Scattering. 

R. B. Walker, and B. I. Schneider. 

Los Alamos National Lab., NM. 1984, mag tape ANL/ 

NESC-987 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. 

Tapes can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half 

inch tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS 

Computer Products if you have questions. 

DE83048987 Price code: CP T1 1 

L2RMAT solves the coupled, second-order differential equa- 
tions of quantum inelastic scattering theory. The physical 
problem is defined by user-supplied subroutines, POT and 
LIST. The S-matrix analysis assumes there are no coulomb 
interactions. (ERA citation 08:024747). ..Software Description: 
CDC7600,CYBER175; FORTRAN IV; SCOPE 2.1 (CDC 7600), 
NOS 1.4 (CDC CYBER175); 166,000 (octal) words of memory 
are required to execute the sample problem. 

XERROR; Fortran Library Error-Handling Package. 

R. E. Jones, and D. K. Kahaner. 

Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM. 1984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-988 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048988 Price code: CP T09 

XERROR is a collection of portable FORTRAN routines which 
serves as a central facility for processing error messages as- 
sociated with errors occurring in libraries of FORTRAN rou- 



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tines. Two releases of XERROR are provided, one written in 
American National Standard X3.9-1966 FORTRAN and the 
other in American National Standard X3.9-1978 FORTRAN. 
The internal message table is normally set to a maximum 
length of 10 messages. (ERA citation 08:025263)...Software 
Description: CDC7600,6600,CYBER175 (designed to be ma- 
chine-independent); FORTRAN 66 and FORTRAN 77; NOS 
1.4 (CDC CYBER175); 26,000 (octal) words of memory are 
required to execute XERROR with the test programs provid- 
ed. 

LCLSQ1; Linear Least Squares with Constraints. 

B. S. Garbow, K. E. Hillstrom, M. Minkoff, and R. L. Crane. 
Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-989 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83048989 Price code: CP T1 1 

LCLSQ1 solves linear least-squares fitting problems with or 
without linear equality or inequality constraints. Specifically, 
given a matrix C with p rows and n columns (p .GE. n) and a 
p-dimensional vector d, LCLSQ1 finds the n-dimensional 
vector x which minimizes the sum of squares in the residual 
vector Cx-d. Further, this vector x can be required to satisfy m 
linear equality and/or inequality constraints, e.g., a(i)x .GE. 
b(i), where a(i) is an n-dimensional row vector of coefficients 
and b(i) is a scalar constant. The role of constraints is particu- 
larly useful in controlling the nature of x for linear data-fitting 
applications. (ERA citation 08:025264).. .Software Description: 
IBM303x,360,370; FORTRAN; OS/MVT; LCLSQ1 compiles 
and executes the sample problem in less than 180K bytes. 
The GO step requires 168K. 

IP2D.REV1; Resistivity and Induced-Polarization. 

T. J. Killpack, and G. W. Hohmann. 

Utah Univ. Research Inst., Salt Lake City. Earth Science Lab. 

1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-990 U.S. Sales Only. Price 

includes documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most 

recording modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording 

mode desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have 

questions. 

DE83048990 Price code: CP T12 

IP2D is an interactive IP-resistivity modeling system designed 
to model arbitrary two-dimensional IP-resistivity structures for 
comparison with data from dipole-dipole surveys. The system 
is made up of a group of nine main programs chained togeth- 
er. Two of these are batch-mode oriented. Control is passed 
between the programs by means of a system routine. Maxima 
of 100 models stored on the merge file 78 x-elements in the 
mesh 20 z-elements in the mesh 6 dipole separations. IP2D is 
set up to use 1 7 electrode positions for the transmitting and 
receiving electrodes. The work file (unit 1) is used to hold the 
data for a single model and computed results. A merge file 
(unit 2) is used to store copies of the work file. (ERA citation 
08:023367)...Software Description: UNIVAC1 108,1 100; FOR- 
TRAN V (99%) and Assembler (1 %); EXEC8. The largest of 
the nine programs requires 58,000 words of memory. IP2D 
uses two random access data files. 

FCHART/SLR2.0; Solar Heating System Performance. 

D. Chan, and L. R. Eyberger. 

Northeast Solar Energy Center, Boston, MA. 1984, mag 
tape ANL/NESC-991 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 



modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048991 Price code: CP T1 1 

FCHART/SLR is a tool that solar designers can use to pre- 
dict the thermal and economic performance of solar heating 
systems. FCHART/SLR can analyze the performance of three 
general types of solar systems: active flat plate collector sys- 
tems of standard configuration used for space and water 
heating, passive systems consisting of up to nine passive 
subsystems, or a combination of active and passive systems. 
The types of passive subsystems considered are: trombe 
wall, water wall, direct gain, and sunspace. FCHART/SLR can 
analyze the effect of each subsystem individually, as well as 
predict the performance of the composite system. As well as 
having a choice of the type of solar system to be analyzed, 
the user has a choice of the type of analysis to be performed: 
thermal analysis, economic analysis, or both thermal and eco- 
nomic analysis. The economic analysis is based on standard 
life-cycle cost procedures. Maxima of 266 cities for which 
data is present in weather library 9 passive subsystems. Per- 
formance of systems with heat pumps, absorption air condi- 
tioners, seasonal storage capacity, desiccant coolers, high 
minimum useable temperature requirements, etc. cannot be 
adequately estimated. The system load must be for space 
heating and/or water heating or must be similar to these with 
regard to minimum useable temperature and load distribution. 
The procedure for handling combined systems has not been 
validated. Because diurnal interaction between the two sys- 
tems has not been taken in account, the performance analy- 
sis of a space heating system with both active and passive 
components should be considered as only an approximation. 
(ERA citation 08:02331 1)...Software Description: DEC20;DEC 
VAX1 1/780; FORTRAN 77; VMS 3.0 (DEC VAX1 1/780): The 
DEC20 version requires approximately 100K words of 
memory for execution; the VAX1 1/780 version requires 
1 35,000 bytes of memory. 

LADTAP2; Liquid Pathway Dose Calculations. 

J. A. Shields, J. S. Bland, K. F. Eckerman, and S. Acharya. 
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC. 1984, 
mag tape ANL/NESC-992 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048992 Price code: CP T1 1 

LADTAP2 determines the radiation dose to man from the 
pathways in the aquatic environment - potable water, aquatic 
foods, shoreline deposits, swimming, boating, and irrigated 
foods. Doses for both the maximum individual and the gener- 
al population are calculated as a function of age group and 
pathway for appropriate body organs. Calculation of doses to 
certain species of biota other than man, such as fish, inverte- 
brates, algae, muskrat, raccoon, heron, and duck implement- 
ing the models of WASH-1258 is possible, also. Maxima of 
200 nuclides in the release source term 20 sport fish harvest 
locations 20 commercial fish harvest locations 20 sport inver- 
tebrate harvest locations 20 commercial invertebrate harvest 
locations. (ERA citation 08:024293). ..Software Description: 
IBM360,370,303x;CDC7600,CYBER175; FORTRAN IV; OS/ 
MVT (IBM360), NOS 1.4 (CDC CYBER 175); 260K bytes of 
memory are required by the IBM360 version; the CDC7600 
version requires 143,000 (octal) words of memory. Both ver- 
sions require that the companion dose factor library be equi- 
valenced to FORTRAN logical unit 10. 

CLAP; Linear Control System Design Analysis. 



COMPUTERS, CONTROL & INFORMATION THEORY 



141 



A. S. Maddux, Jr. 

Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA. 1 984, mag tape 
ANL/NESC-995 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes 
documentation. Tapes can be prepared in most recording 
modes for one-half inch tape. Specify recording mode 
desired. Call NTIS Computer Products if you have questions. 
DE83048995 Price code: CP T03 

CLAP is a system of programs developed as a tool for the 
engineer to use in the design and analysis of linear controls 
for electronic or mechanical systems. Programs are included 
to calculate and plot system response time and gain and 
phase versus frequency, to calculate the roots of Nth-order 
polynomials, and to generate root locus plots as a function of 
loop gain. Bandwidth limitations, overshoot, ringing and other 
instabilities can be observed and corrected. Data files can be 
modified and merged. Characteristics and parameters of a 
system can be analyzed, then modified with a computer 
model of a compensator 'installed' in the feedback loop. The 
floating point accuracy of the computer limits the order of the 
transfer function polynomials to 15. (ERA citation 
08:0241 00). ..Software Description: Commodore PET with 
IEEE 488 Bus interface and perphipherals; BASIC; Commo- 
dore PET 2001 -32N, IEEE 488 Bus, digitizing joy stick, Wa- 
tanabe WX4671 Plotter, CBM 2040 Floppy Disk and 2022 
Printer, and ECX Computer MX-200 modem. 

ARC-DIF1D; One-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion and 
Inventory. 

D. E. Neal, G. K. Leaf, A. S. Kennedy, and B. J. Toppel. 
Argonne National Lab., IL. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC-626 
U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes can be 
prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch tape. 
Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 
Products if you have questions. 
DE83948626 Price code: CP T1 6 

The ARC ID-diffusion capability provides complete one-di- 
mensional solutions of the multigroup diffusion equations with 
edits and a neutron inventory on option. (ERA citation 
08:028672)...Software Description: IBM360; FORTRAN IV; 
OS/360; 260K bytes of core and at least 2 peripheral I/O de- 
vices for scratch files in addition to files for the load module 
library and cross section data. 

RAFFLE; First Flight Collision Probabilities for Multiple- 
Cell Geometries. 

O. W. Hermann, and R. S. Carlsmith. 

Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. 1984, mag tape ANL/NESC- 

392 U.S. Sales Only. Price includes documentation. Tapes 

can be prepared in most recording modes for one-half inch 

tape. Specify recording mode desired. Call NTIS Computer 

Products if you have questions. 

XE83048392 Price code: CP T1 1 

RAFFLE calculates neutron first-flight collision probabilities for 
a wide variety of three-dimensional cell geometry configura- 
tions. The outer boundaries of the cell cross section may be 
circular, square, or hexagonal. The cell may contain annular 
regions and/or clusters of rods. Maxima of 20 regions, 10 dif- 
ferent types of rods (differing in either geometry or materials), 
50 rods per region, 20 subregions per rod, 12 regions with 
rods (only the first 12 regions counting from the cell center), 8 
materials. (ERA citation 08:02051 7). ..Software Description: 
IBM360.370/195; FORTRAN IV and BAL; OS/360,370. 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



ABSORPTION CROSS SECTIONS 

RAMP1; Reich-Moore Resolved Region Cross-Sec- 



tions. 
DE83048492 



ALGORITHMS 

INTEROP; Nonlinear Optimization Algorithms. 



46 CP T09 



SIGPLOT; Resolved Multilevel Briet-Wigner Cross Sec- 
tion Calculations. 
DE83048377 26 CP T09 

AVERAGE; Unresolved Region Average Cross Section 

Calculations. 
DE83048376 26 CP T03 

ACCELERATORS 

EGUN; Calculation of Electron Trajectories. 
DE83048983 139 CPT11 

ACCIDENTS 

RELAP3B/MOD110; Reactor System Transient Code. 
DE83048733 88 CPT15 

M0555;ACT1 ; Loss-of-Coolant Accident Analysis. 
DE83048284 13 CPT11 

EMERALD REVISION 1; PWR Accident Activity Re- 

DE83048546 55 CP T13 

FLASH3; Loss-of-Coolant Accident Analysis. 
DE83048295 14 CP T13 

ACTIVATED CARBON 

CHART; Iodine Decay Heat on Charcoal Adsorbers. 
DE83048804 102 CPT11 

ACTIVATION ANALYSIS 

CORGAM; Unfolding of Complex gamma-Ray Spectra. 
DE83048390 29 CP T09 

AIR POLLUTION 

PLETHS; Isopleth-Area Calculations from Single 

Sou res 
DE83048591 62 CP T03 

POLUTE; Forest Air Pollutant Uptake Model. 
DE83048774 96 CP T03 

AIRY FUNCTIONS 

BESSEL FUNCTION PACKAGE; Airy and LOG gamma 

Subroutines. 
DE83048656 73 CP T12 

ALBUQUERQUE (NEW MEXICO) 

SOLDATABQ62; Albuquerque 1962 Solar Data. 
DE83048693 80 CPT15 



DE83048866 

AMERICIUM 

ISOTAB; Pu Power Output from Mixed Isotopes. 



115 CPT12 



DE83048619 67 CP T03 

ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE 

ANOVA; Three Factor Analysis of Variance. 
DE83048819 105 CP T09 

ANTENNAS 

WFLLL2B; Wire Configuration Frequency Domain. 
DE83048721 86 CP T12 

AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS 

EQ3/6; Chemical Equilibrium of Aqueous Systems. 
DE83048886 119 CP T15 

AQUISITION 

PAMA; Preferred Acquisition Method Analysis. 



DE83048867 



115 CPT11 



ASSEMBLER ROUTINES 

PTAC11; 2-Pass Assembler for the PDP-11 on 360. 
DE83048516 50 CP T09 

ATMOSPHERIC DIFFUSION 

ATM; Atmospheric Transport and Diffusion Model. 
DE83048787 98 CPT11 

ATOM-MOLECULE COLLISIONS 

ABCD; Atom-Triatom Nonreactive Collisions. 
DE83048954 133 CP T09 

VIVAS2; A-BC Exact Coupled Channel Scattering. 
DE83048966 136 CP T13 

ABCRR;ABCRRJ; A+ BC Classical Trajectory Study. 
DE83048955 134 CPT11 

ATOMS 

COREL;RASE4;DAMG2; Ion Implantation Deposition. 
DE83048758 92 CPT11 

BEAM TRANSPORT 

TRANSPORT; Design of Charged Particle BEAMS. 
DE83048791 99 CP T12 

BEAMS 

BEAMCRP; Finite-Element Beam Creep Analysis. 
DE83048701 82 CP T11 



BERYLLIUM 

COHBE;PREP; Coherent Inelastic Scattering Law Cal- 
culations. 
DE83048385 28 CP T03 

BESSEL FUNCTIONS 

BESSEL FUNCTION PACKAGE; Airy and LOG gamma 

Subroutines. 
DE83048656 73 CP T12 

FUNPACK Release 2; Special Function Routines. 
DE83048610 66 CP T14 

BIOCHEMICAL REACTION KINETICS 

BIOSSIM; Biochemical Kinetic Simulation System. 
DE83048736 88 CP T14 

BLOWDOWN 

BURST1; Hydrodynamic Analysis During Blowdown. 
DE83048435 36 CP T13 

COMPARE; Transient Flow in Vented Fluid System. 
DE83048702 82 CP T09 

BOOLEAN ALGEBRA 

SETS; Set Equation Transformation System. 
DE83048623 68 CPT11 

BORON 

PWR-PPM; Boration-Dilution Tables for PWR Oper- 
ation. 
DE83048552 56 CP T03 

BOUNDARY-VALUE PROBLEMS 

SUPORT; Solution of Boundary-Value Problems. 
DE83048731 87 CPT11 

FFEARS; Laplace Equation Isotropic Dielectrics. 
DE83048577 60 CP T09 

BREEDER REACTORS 

FUMBLE; Fast Reactor Fuel Burnup and Management. 
DE83048480 44 CP T13 

BUCKLING 

CURFIT; Curve Fitting Experimental Data Points. 
DE83048043 2 CPT11 

BUCKLE; Creep Buckling of Initially Oval Tube. 
DE83048667 75 CP T03 

WELWING; Material Buckling of Cylindrical Fuel Ele- 
ments. 
DE83048362 24 CP T09 



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BUILDINGS 

BECOM-BNL; Buildings Energy Optimization Model. 
DE83048949 132 CP T13 

BURNUP 

3DB; Three-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion Burnup 

Analysis. 
DE83048567 59 CPT11 

BURNUP; Heavy Element Isotopic Burnup Analysis. 
DE83048311 17 CP T12 

DWARF; One-Dimensional Few-Group Diffusion Deple- 
tion Program. 
DE83048579 61 CP T14 

FUMBLE; Fast Reactor Fuel Burnup and Management. 
DE83048480 44 CP T13 

BWR TYPE REACTORS 

LEOPARD;SPOTS; Spectrum Calculations with Deple- 
tion. 
DE83048279 12 CP T12 

REFLUX; LWR Reflood Heat Transfer Prediction. 
DE83048763 93 CP T09 

MIRAB;MIRAP; Containment System Iodine Removal. 
DE83048499 47 CPT11 

RELAP4/MOD6; Transient Thermal-Hydraulic Study. 
DE83048369 25 CP T99 

FPFM; Steady-State Fission Product Fuel Model. 
DE83048584 61 CP T09 

MOXY/MOD032; BWR Core Heat Transfer Code. 
DE83048551 56 CP T18 

NURLOC-1 .0; Loss-of-Coolant Thermal Analysis. 
DE83048328 19 CPT11 

STEFEG; Analysis of PWR and BWR Gaseous Re- 

lo&so 
DE83048583 61 CP T09 

FLOW-MODEL; Multi-Channel Two-Dimensional, Two- 
Phase Flow. 
DE83048246 7 CP T03 

ORCOST2; Power Plant Capital Cost Estimating. 
DE83048588 62 CPT11 

FLASH3; Loss-of-Coolant Accident Analysis. 
DE83048295 14 CP T13 

CARDS 

UPD; Source Deck Maintenance Utility Routine. 
DE83048864 114 CP T13 

CAUCHY-RIEMANN EQUATIONS 

FASTCAR; Solution of Cauchy-Riemann Equations. 
DE83048827 106 CP T09 

CHEMICAL ANALYSIS 

SALE; Analytical Chemistry Quality Control. 
DE83048919 126 CP T13 

CHEMICAL LASERS 

RICE-LASL; Chemically Reactive Mixture Flow. 
DE83048720 86 CPT11 

CLADDING 

GAPCON-THERMAL3; Fuel Steady State and Tran- 
sient Behavior. 
DE83048770 95 CPT13 

COVE1; Creep Collapse for Oval Fuel Pin Tube. 
DE83048817 105 CPT11 

CLINCH RIVER BREEDER REACTOR 

DEM04; CRBR Reactor and Plant Transient Analysis. 
DE83048676 77 CP T13 

VARR2; CRBRP 2-Dimensional Transient Fluid Flow 

Analysis. 
DE83048755 92 CP T14 

CLUSTER ANALYSIS 

DENDRO; Hierarchical Cluster Analysis of Data. 
DE83048840 109 CPT11 

COAL 

COMB; One-Dimensional High-Temperature Coal Com- 

bustor Model. 
DE83048811 103 CP T09 

COAL-FIRED MHD GENERATORS 

SLGTR; Slag Transport Models for Duct Surfaces. 
DE83048783 97 CP T03 

COMRC1; Slag Transport Models for MHD Systems. 
DE83048845 110 CP T09 

COMB; One-Dimensional High-Temperature Coal Com- 

bustor Model. 
DE83048811 103 CP T09 

COLLISIONS 

MARLOWE; Binary Collision Cascade Simulation. 
DE83048680 77 CP T15 

COMBUSTION PRODUCTS 

NASA; MHD-Modified Chemical Equilibrium Code. 
DE83048934 130 CP T12 

COMBUSTORS 

COMB; One-Dimensional High-Temperature Coal Com- 

bustor Model. 
DE83048811 103 CP T09 

COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS 

STESEP; Solar Total Energy System Evaluation. 
DE83048821 105 CP T09 



COMMUNITIES 

TDIST2; Community Energy Consumption Analysis. 



101 CPT11 



DE83048799 

COMPILERS 

BASIC2 INTERPRETER; Minimal Basic Language 



101 CPT13 



DE83048803 
COMPOUND NUCLEI 

GNASH; Particle Induced Cross Sections and Spectra. 
DE83048757 92 CPT11 

COMPOUND-NUCLEUS REACTIONS 

GNASH; Particle Induced Cross Sections and Spectra. 
DE83048757 92 CPT11 

COMPRESSIBLE FLOW 

NAIAD; Compressible Two-Phase Coolant Behavior. 



DE83048726 



87 CP T15 



SOLA-ICE; Transient Compressible Fluid Flow. 
DE83048723 86 CP T03 

COMPUTER CODES 

WAMPUM; Fuel Cycle Costs Performance Study. 
DE83048224 7 CP T09 

RAFFLE; First Flight Collision Probabilities for Multiple- 
Cell Geometries. 
XE83048392 142 CPT11 

NIXLIN; Least Squares Fit to Nonlinear Forms. 
DE83048709 84 CP T03 

SIZZLE; One-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion Deple- 
tion. 
DE83048058 2 CP T13 

MOCARS; MC Distribution and Simulation Limits. 
DE83048912 125 CP T12 

HAUSER5; Nuclear Reaction Cross Sections. 
DE83048830 107 CP T13 

CURFIT; Curve Fitting Experimental Data Points. 
DE83048043 2 CPT11 

SCAP; Point Kernel Single or Albedo Scatter. 
•DE83048933 129 CPT11 

TOPLYR2; Power Plant Thermal Discharge Study. 
DE83048599 64 CPT11 

OPUS; Power Plant Performance and Price Study. 
DE83048226 7 CP T13 

LCLSQ1; Linear Least Squares with Constraints. 
DE83048989 141 CPT11 

REFLUX; LWR Reflood Heat Transfer Prediction. 
DE83048763 93 CP T09 

FAIMOS; One-Dimensional, Multigroup Diffusion in 

Slab, Cylindrical, or Spherical Geometries. 
DE83048120 3 CPT11 

TERZAGI; Isothermal Fluid Flow and Subsidence. 
DE83048894 121 CP T12 

SOLA;SOLA-SURF; Transient Fluid Flow Algorithm. 
DE83048651 73 CP T09 

EQUIPOISE3; Two-Dimensional, Two-Group Diffusion 

in Slabs or Cylinders. 
DE83048039 1 CPT11 

KAPPAS; Semiclassical Transmission Probability. 
DE83048945 132 CP T09 

DRAFTMAN; Draw Figures and Graphs with DISSPLA. 
DE83048748 90 CP T09 

GAMBLES; Two-Dimensional, Multigroup Diffusion in 

Xy and Rz Geometry. 
DE83048222 7 CP T14 

DAP; Deuterium Depth Profile in Uniform Solids. 
DE83048970 137 CP T09 

ORSIM; Optimizing Utility Generation Planning. 
DE83048699 81 CP T12 

FORM; Fast Neutron Spectrum Cross Section Calcula- 
tions. 
DE83048051 2 CP T13 

PC; Coupled Molecular Scattering Equations. 
DE83048921 127 CPT11 

SYSREL; Reliability Analysis of Series Systems. 
DE83048848 110 CP T03 

PERT; One-Dimensional Perturbation for AIM and FOG 

Codes. 
DE83048030 1 CP T03 

LOGD; Multichannel LOG-Derivative Scattering. 
DE83048941 131 CPT11 

FPFM; Steady-State Fission Product Fuel Model. 
DE83048584 61 CP T09 

DTF4; One-Dimensional, Multigroup Discrete Ordinate 

Program. 
DE83048209 6 CPT11 

ARC-DIF1D; One-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion and 

Inventory. 
DE83948626 142 CP T16 

NALAP; LMFBR Transient Response to Accident. 
DE83048780 97 CP T15 

FEVER; One-Dimensional, Few-Group Diffusion Deple- 
tion Program. 
DE83048117 2 CPT11 

GRAIL; A Device-Independent Graphics Language. 
DE83048910 124 CP T15 



TPT01; Two-Dimensional Few-Group Transport with 

Depletion. 
DE83048669 75 CP T17 

AIM6; One-Dimensional Multi-Group Diffusion in Slabs, 

Cylinders, and Spheres. 
DE83048029 1 CPT11 

WECS; Wind Energy Value to Electric Utilities. 
DE83048932 129 CP T15 

SUPORT; Solution of Boundary-Value Problems. 
DE83048731 87 CPT11 

HFN; One-Dimensional, Multigroup Diffusion in Slabs, 

Cylinders, and Spheres. 
DE83048241 7 CPT11 

SPXCPL; Two-Dimensional Modeling of Self-Potential 

Effects. 
DE83048985 140 CP T09 

THI3D; Thermal-Hydraulic Multichannel Analysis. 
DE83048706 83 CP T13 

AIREK3; Space-Independent Kinetics with Feedback. 
DE83048121 3 CP T03 

SAFE; Fail-to-Safe Analysis of Protective Networks. 
DE83048890 120 CP T03 

FASTCAR; Solution of Cauchy-Riemann Equations. 
DE83048827 106 CP T09 

CLOUD; Gamma-Ray Dose Rate from a Cloud. 
DE83048047 2 CP T09 

BXAMER; Hustler Two-Axis Lathe APT Postprocessor. 
DE83048952 133 CP T12 

PLETHS; Isopleth-Area Calculations from Single 

Source. 
DE83048591 62 CP T03 

FSDP3; Pointwise Cross Sections from Breit-Wigner 

Parameters. 
DE83048216 6 CP T09 

ICOP; Financial Model Industrial Cogeneration. 
DE83048971 137 CP T09 

DEMONR; Unbiased Monte Carlo Slab Shield Code. 
DE83048754 91 CP T09 

SOR3; Stress Analysis of Shells of Revolution. 
DE83048080 2 CPT11 

DACRIN; Radiation Organ Dose from Inhalation. 
DE83048923 127 CP T12 

RANDOM SAMPLING TABLE;RND424RQ; for Non- 
Bias Ordering. 
DE83048679 77 CP T03 

FOG; One-Dimensional Few-Group Diffusion Slab Cyl- 
inder Sphere. 
DE83048028 1 CPT11 

MNN; Solution of Close Coupling Equations. 
DE83048942 131 CP T12 

MOBY; Mobile Home Heating and Cooling Energy Use. 
DE83048724 86 CP T09 

HEATING2; Transient Steady-State Heat Transfer. 
DE83048198 6 CP T09 

CLAP; Linear Control System Design Analysis. 
DE83048995 142 CP T03 

IMPAC2; Edition B; Shipping Container Impact Analy- 
sis. 
DE83048715 85 CP T09 

TEMPEST2; Thermal Neutron Spectrum Cross Sec- 
tions. 
DE83048050 2 CPT11 

LPMGB; Linear Programming Subroutine with Bounds. 
DE83048913 125 CP T12 

MOL1D; Partial Differential Equations Solution. 
DE83048834 108 CP T12 

AILMOE; Cross Section Calculation of Elastic Scatter- 
ing Resonances. 
DE83048147 3 CP T13 

LINSED; One-Dimensional Multireach Sediment Trans- 
port Model. 
DE83048930 129 CP T09 

GAPER 1D; One-Dimensional Transport Perturbation 

Theory. 
DE83048606 65 CPT11 

FLOW-MODEL; Multi-Channel Two-Dimensional, Two- 
Phase Flow. 
DE83048246 7 CP T03 

PELSHIE2; Point Kernel Integration Shielding. 
DE83048984 140 CP T11 

CACECO; LMFBR Containment Accident Analysis. 
DE83048762 93 CP T15 

HERESY3; Two-Dimensional Heterogeneous Reactor 

Calculation. 
DE83048136 3 CP T12 

WELBORE; Transient Wellbore Fluid Flow Model. 
DE83048895 121 CP T09 

COMQC; Quality Control Data Analysis Routines. 
DE83048649 73 CP T09 

ISOTOPES; Maximum Yield from Reaction or Decay. 
DE83048179 5 CP T03 



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COMPUTER CODES 



PTTOPT; Point-to-Point Tool APT Postprocessor. 
DE83048951 133 CPT11 

STEEP4; Thermonuclear Reaction Rates. 



OE83048749 



91 CPT11 



RELOAD FEVER; One-Dimensional, Few-Group Diffu- 
sion Depletion. 
DE83048221 6 CP T12 

RATEPAC; Power Plant Revenue Requirements Code. 
DE83048969 137 CPT11 

SOLSYS; Solar Energy System Simulation Program. 
DE83048692 80 CP T99 

FLARE; Three-Dimensional Reactivity and Power Distri- 
bution. 
DE83048167 4 CPT11 

SALE; Analytical Chemistry Quality Control. 
DE83048919 126 CP T13 

DISPL1; One- and Two-Dimensional Kinetics-Diffusion 

Partial Differential Equations Solution. 
DE83048847 110 CPT14 

FLANGE 1; Scattering Law Cross Section Calculation. 
DE83048247 7 CP T09 

SOLCEL2; Simulation of Photovoltaic Systems. 
DE83048937 130 CP T13 

STEFEG; Analysis of PWR and BWR Gaseous Re- 

DE83048583 61 CP T09 

EXTERMINATOR2; Two-Dimensional, Multigroup Diffu- 
sion Program. 
DE83048156 4 CP T12 

LADTAP2; Liquid Pathway Dose Calculations. 
DE83048992 141 CPT11 

SLGTR; Slag Transport Models for Duct Surfaces. 
DE83048783 97 CP T03 

VARI-QUIR; Time-Dependent, Two-Dimensional, Multi- 
group Diffusion. 
DE83048212 6 CPT11 

FC;LSEI;WNNLS; Constrained Least Squares Fit. 
DE83048909 124 CP T12 

RCP01 ; Monte Carlo Neutron and Photon Transport. 
DE83048670 76 CP T16 

BRT1; Thermal Spectrum Cross Section Calculations. 
DE83048184 5 CP T13 

SCORE-EVET; Three-Dimensional Hydraulic Reactor 

Core Analysis. 
DE83048931 129 CP T14 

HETRAP; Fuel Rod Response LOCA Experiments. 
DE83048730 87 CP T09 

FORE2; Fast Reactor Excursion Calculations. 
DE83048174 5 CP T14 

IP2D.REV1 ; Resistivity and Induced-Polarization. 
DE83048990 141 CP T12 

COMCAN;COMCAN2A; System Safety Common Cause 

Analysis. 
DE83048704 82 CP T13 

2DF; Two-Dimensional, Multigroup Discrete Ordinate 

Code. 
DE83048173 4 CP T12 

CCC; One-Phase Conduction Convection Compaction. 
DE83048892 121 CPT11 

SPAR1; Shielding with Analytic Ray-Tracing. 
DE83048823 105 CP T14 

GAMTEC2; Multigroup Constant Calculations for to 

10 MeV. 
DE83048185 5 CPT15 

FLOCHT; Computer Drawn Flow Charts and Diagrams. 
DE83048946 132 CP T12 

ARC-XSEC1 ; Microscopic Cross Section Manipulation. 
DE83048594 63 CP T13 

AISITE2; Parametric Site Requirement Study. 
DE83048172 4 CPT11 

XOQDOQ; Nuclear Power Plant Effluent Releases. 
DE83048964 136 CPT11 

OCOPTR;DRVOCR; Unconstrained Optimization. 
DE83048753 91 CPT11 

INVERSE KINETICS;R102; Space-Independent Inverse 

Kinetics Calculations. 
DE83048168 4 CP T09 

ARRRG;FOOD; Aquatic and Terrestrial Radiation. 
DE83048925 127 CP T12 

MARLOWE; Binary Collision Cascade Simulation. 
DE83048680 77 CP T15 

CURIE; Fission Product Inventory Decay History. 
DE83048196 5 CP T09 

RIO; Power Plant Reliability Characteristics. 
DE83048943 131 CP T13 

WFLLL2B; Wire Configuration Frequency Domain. 
DE83048721 86 CP T12 

NPRFCCP; Fuel Cycle Costs Performance Data. 
DE83048146 3 CP T09 

FCHART/SLR2.0; Solar Heating System Performance. 
DE83048991 141 CPT11 

GEOCOST-BC; Binary Cycle Geothermal Cost Study. 
DE83048711 84 CPT15 



GROUSE; Space-Dependent Cross Section Genera- 
tion. 
DE83048420 33 CPT11 

AERIN; Radioactive Aerosol Dose Calculations. 
DE83048908 124 CP T09 

BECKDRY; Dry Cooling for Steam-Electric Plants. 
DE83048833 107 CP T12 

CLIP; FORM Or THREDES Library Utility Routine. 
DE83048271 10 CP T13 

QLEVEL; Potential Bound and Quasibound Levels. 
DE83048929 128 CPT11 

EGAD; Calculations of External gamma Dose Integrals. 
DE83048600 64 CP T03 

FRANTIC; Least Squares Fit Sum of Exponentials. 
DE83048324 19 CP T09 

ELLIPTIC; Elliptic Integrals by Duplication. 
DE83048986 140 CP T09 

BEACON/MOD3; Containment System Fluid Flow. 
DE83048767 94 CP T99 

GAMTRI; Two-Dimensional, Multigroup, Diffusion Trian- 
gular Mesh Geometries. 
DE83048401 30 CP T14 

ANALYZE; Hydrothermal Reservoir Test Analysis. 
DE83048891 120 CP T09 

STFODE;COLODE; Collocation Solution of Stiff Ordi- 
nary Differential Equations. 
DE83048652 73 CP T09 

LEOPARD;SPOTS; Spectrum Calculations with Deple- 
tion. 
DE83048279 12 CP T12 

OKUMA; OKUMA Two-Axis Lathe APT Postprocessor. 
DE83048953 133 CP T12 

LINEAR;SIGMA1; Linearize and Broaden ENDF/B 

Data. 
DE83048747 90 CP T09 

ECCSA4; Loss-of-Coolant and Emergency Cooling. 
DE83048330 20 CPT11 

NJE; VAX-VMS IBM NJE Network Protocol Emulator. 
DE83048972 137 CPU 5 

F0355; Shaper Cutter Contour Generator. 
DE83048697 81 CP T03 

CORGAM; Unfolding of Complex gamma-Ray Spectra. 
DE83048390 29 CP T09 

SUBDOSA; External Dose Airborne Radionuclides. 
DE83048924 127 CPU 2 

MINX; Multigroup Cross Sections from ENDF/B-IV 

Data. 
DE83048851 111 CP T17 

SAFE-PLANE; Plane Stress Analysis, Two-Dimensional 

Bodies. 
DE83048252 8 CP T09 

INSCAT; Inelastic Scattering Method. 

DE83048940 131 CPT11 

SLADE-D; Dynamic Analysis of Thin Shells. 
DE83048581 61 CPT11 

SAFE-CREEP; Viscoelastic Analysis of Concrete. 
DE83048300 15 CP T09 

GCFM5.0; Geothermal Field and Power Plant Costs. 
DE83048976 138 CP T14 

PDEONE; Solutions of Partial Differential Equations. 
DE83048777 96 CP T03 

DOS; Neutron Flux-Dosimeter Activity Relation. 
DE83048423 33 CP T03 

PESTS; Thermo-Hydraulic System Data Analysis. 
DE83048914 125 CP T03 

SIEX; LMFBR Fuel Pin Thermal Performance Model. 
DE83048673 76 CP T09 

GASKET; Thermal Scattering Law Calculation. 
DE83048263 10 CP T09 

NASA; MHD-Modified Chemical Equilibrium Code. 
DE83048934 130 CP T12 

LOCK; Few-Channel Coolant-Flow Blockage Study. 
DE83048732 88 CPT11 

ISOSEARCH; Isotope Production Flux, Cross Section 

Calculations. 
DE83048322 18 CP T09 

L2RMAT; Coupled Channel Inelastic Scattering. 
DE83048987 140 CPT11 

COMPARE; Transient Flow in Vented Fluid System. 
DE83048702 82 CP T09 

SAS1A; Fast Reactor Power and Flow Transients. 
DE83048400 30 CP T13 

PL-MOD; Fault Tree Analysis by Modularization. 
DE83048897 122 CPT11 

MESA; Maximum Entropy Time Series Analysis. 
DE83048825 106 CPT11 

SEALSHELL2;M0110; Shell Stress Analysis for Axisym- 

metric Loading. 
DE83048282 12 CPT11 

ADVCON; Advance Control 93 APT Postprocessor. 
DE83048950 133 CPT11 



PLENUM; Flow Distribution in Cylindrical Coolant Inlet 

Plenum. 
DE83048586 62 CP T09 

TOAD; Processing of Analyzer gamma-Ray Spectra. 
DE83048333 20 CPT11 

GASPAR; Evaluation of Atmospheric Releases. 
DE83048963 135 CPT11 

SOMIX1; Sodium Spray Fires in Cylindrical Cell. 
DE83048751 91 CPT11 

ETOX3; Multigroup Constants from ENDF/B for One 

Dimension. 
DE83048388 28 CP T13 

LASO; Block Lanczos Symmetric Eigenvalue Code. 
DE83048918 126 CP T13 

ACCEL/MOD2; Design of Printed-Circuit Boards. 
DE83048681 78 CP T18 

SAFE-AXISYM; Stress Analysis of Axisymmetric Load. 
DE83048251 8 CPT11 

LCURVE; Learning Curve Production Calculations. 
DE83048936 130 CP T03 

RICE-LASL; Chemically Reactive Mixture Flow. 
DE83048720 86 CPT11 

LION4;LION; Three-Dimensional Temperature Distribu- 
tion Program. 
DE83048299 15 CP T11 

BENDPAC; Stress Analysis of Flanged Pipe Bends. 
DE83048980 139 CP T13 

HAMOC; Fluid Hammer Analysis of Piping System. 
DE83048710 84 CPT11 

GLUB1; Water-Logged Fuel Element Analysis. 
DE83048424 33 CPT11 

DESA; District Energy System Cost Energy Model. 
DE83048911 125 CP T13 

GEOCITY; Geothermal District Heating Economics. 
DE83048835 108 CP T14 

WATER; Steam Tables at 14.5 to 14,500 Psia and 32 

to 472 exp F. 
DE83048267 10 CP T09 

TDELAY; Scattering Phase Shifts and Time Delays. 
DE83048928 128 CP T09 

PELEN; Fuel Pellet Temperature and Deformation. 
DE83048598 64 CP T12 

FEVER7; One-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion and 

Depletion. 
DE83048318 18 CP T12 

SLIC; Interactive Graphics Three-Dimensional Mesh 

Generation. 
DE83048968 136 CP T14 

FRANTIC-NRC; Time-Dependent System Unavailability. 
DE83048766 94 CP T09 

SABOR4; Discrete-Element Analysis of Thin Shells. 
DE83048402 30 CP T12 

SHAFT79; Two-Phase Geothermal Reservoir Model. 
DE83048893 121 CP T16 

MOCUS; Minimal Sets from Fault Trees. 

DE83048653 73 CPT11 

AVOID; Annular Void Cross Section Calculation. 
DE83048276 12 CP T03 

BECOM-BNL; Buildings Energy Optimization Model. 
DE83048949 132 CP T13 

EURCYL1; Cylinder-Cylinder Intersection Mesh Gener- 
ator. 
DE83048746 90 CP T09 

SAFE-3D; Three-Dimensional Composite Structure 

Stress Study. 
DE83048332 20 CP T12 

PLANMAP.REV1; Plots Geochemical Data in Plan. 
DE83048981 139 CP T09 

FRAPCON2;FRAP-S3;FRAP-S1; Steady State Analysis 

Oxide Fuel Rods. 
DE83048694 80 CP T16 

STINT3; Single-Channel Space-Time Synthesis. 
DE83048389 28 CP T09 

RELAP5/MOD1/018; LWR Loss of Coolant Analysis. 
DE83048917 126 CP T18 

PROMSYS; Programmed Equipment Maintenance. 
DE83048846 110 CP T12 

REAX; Resolved Resonance Epithermal Cross Seer 

tionss. 
DE83048257 9 CP TW 

ORTEP2; Crystal Structure Illustration Plots. 
DE83048938 131 CP T12 

MONA; One-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion in Slab, 

Cylindrical, and Spherical Geometry. 
DE83048582 61 CPT14 

FREVAP6; HTGR Metallic Fission Product Release. 
DE83048301 15 CP TO* 

VIVAS2; A-BC Exact Coupled Channel Scattering. 
DE83048966 136 CP T13 



KW-3 



COMPUTERS, CONTROL, & INFORMATION THEORY 



COMPARE/MODI A; 

Doors. 
DE83048776 



Transient Flow with Sinks and 

96 CP T12 

MICHRD; Microhardness Measurement Analysis. 
DE83048421 33 CP T09 

SOLCOST3.0; Solar Heating and Cooling Design. 
DE83048907 124 CP T15 

HONDO; A Dynamic Response Finite-Element Code. 
DE83048672 76 CPT11 

FIGRO; LWBR Fuel Swelling Temperature Study. 
DE83048272 11 CPT11 

SPIRT; Stress-Strains from Transient Pressures. 
DE83048927 128 CP T13 

RELAP3B/MOD110; Reactor System Transient Code. 
DE83048733 88 CP T15 

2DB; Two-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion and Deple- 
tion. 
DE83048325 19 CPT11 

ASPEN; Advanced System for Process Engineering. 
DE83048979 138 CP T99 



CREEP-PLAST; 

Analysis. 
DE83048707 



Two-Dimensional Inelastic Structural 

83 CP T13 

SUMOR;M0271; S-Wave Neutron Cross Section Calcu- 
lation. 
DE83048399 30 CP T09 

RAS; Reliability Analysis for Phased Missions. 
DE83048889 120 CP T14 

STESEP; Solar Total Energy System Evaluation. 
DE83048821 105 CP T09 

WIGL2; One-Dimensional, Two-Group Space-Time Dif- 
fusion. 
DE83048274 11 CP T12 

ABCD; Atom-Triatom Nonreactive Collisions. 
DE83048954 133 



SPEAKEASY MU+ 

Batch. 
DE83048593 



CPT09 

Level; Language Processor Tso or 

63 CP T99 



M0457;PIPE; Elastic Stress of Piping System. 
DE83048329 19 



CPT11 



XDTRAP; Hydrogen Permeation with Trapping. 
DE83048655 73 CP T09 

M0552; Dynamic Analysis of Linear Elastic Systems. 
DE83048283 13 CP T09 

SOLA-VOF; Transient Fluid Flow Free Boundaries. 
DE83048948 132 CPT11 

CORRAL2; Radionuclide Containment after LOCA. 
DE83048745 90 CPT11 

STEM; Matrix Generation for a System of BEAMS. 
DE83048337 20 CP T03 

DOECTZDATA; California Sixteen-Zone Weather Data. 
DE83048982 139 CP T99 

ENERGY; LMFBR Coolant Temperature Prediction. 
DE83048696 81 CPT11 

COHBE;PREP; Coherent Inelastic Scattering Law Cal- 
culations. 
DE83048385 28 CP T03 

PABLM; Accumulated Environment Radiation Dose. 
DE83048926 128 CP T12 

PASOLE; Simulation of Passive Solar Systems. 
DE83048850 111 CPT11 

LASER; Spectrum Calculations with Burnup in Cylindri- 
cal Lattices. 
DE83048249 8 CP T14 

ABCRR;ABCRRJ; A+ BC Classical Trajectory Study. 
DE83048955 134 CPT11 

ASTEM; Thermodynamic Properties Water and Steam. 
DE83048580 61 CP T09 

M0899;HOH; Steam Tables 14.5-2538 Psia. 
DE83048294 14 CP T09 

INGEN; Finite Element Program Mesh Generator. 
DE83048975 138 CP T12 

DSNP; Dynamic Simulation Nuclear Power Plants. 
DE83048784 98 CP T16 



PARTI; Optimal Group or Mesh Collapsing. 
DE83048416 33 



CPT03 



BICYCLE; Levelized Life Cycle Cost Calculation. 
DE83048965 136 CP T09 

CORTES; Thermal and Mechanical Analysis of Tees. 
DE83048759 92 CP T15 

SORSDB; Pressure Vessel Stress and Fatigue. 
DE83048391 29 CP T03 

DEVOG; Coupled Molecular Scattering Equations. 
DE83048920 127 CPT11 

MARGE/SLUMP; Maximum Temperature LMFBR Fuel 

Pin. 
DE83048677 77 CP T09 

EXPN; Analysis of Pulsed Neutron Source Data. 
DE83048258 9 CP T09 

SATDSK; Saturated Iron Magnetic Field Study. 
DE83048944 131 CP T09 

NATRAN2; Fluid Hammer Analysis One-Dimensional 

and Two-Dimensional Systems. 
DE83048719 85 CPT11 

GRDWRK; Grid Generation for Safe Programs. 
DE83048296 14 CP T09 

SLUMB.REVO; One-Dimensional Schlumberger Inver- 
sion Program. 
DE83048978 138 CP T09 

SPRAY3; Sodium Spray Release Safety Analysis. 
DE83048716 85 CP T09 

CHAINS; Analysis of Radioactive Decay Chains. 
DE83048418 33 CP T03 

CHECKER;CRECT;STNDRD;FIZCON; 

PSYCHE;RESEND;INTER;INTEND;SUMRIZ;PLOTEF;LSTFCDBWBBB327 

ENDF/B V5 Processing Codes. 
DE83048915 



DSTRESS; Transient Fuel Model for Clad Strain. 
DE83048906 123 CPT11 

RCPL1; Prepares RCP01 Cross Section Libraries. 
DE83048671 76 CP T14 

CAESAR4; LIBLST; One-Dimensional, Multigroup Diffu- 
sion. 
DE83048270 10 CP T15 



PICES; Utility Static Generation Reliability. 
DE83048957 134 



CPT11 



K-FIX; Transient Two-Dimensional Two-Phase Flow. 
DE83048727 87 CPT11 

EXPALS; Least Squares Exponential Decay Curves. 
DE83048321 18 CP T09 

NONSAP-C; Nonlinear Stress Concrete Structures. 
DE83048974 137 CP T15 

ORCENT2; Nuclear Steam Turbine Cycle Analysis. 
DE83048703 82 CP T12 

GAPL3; Inelastic Large Deflection Stress Study. 
DE83048397 30 CPT11 

ANGCOR; Directional Correlation Coefficients. 
DE83048899 122 CP T09 

SWAP9; Stress-Wave Analysis in One-Dimensional 

Strain. 
DE83048828 106 CPT11 



SOLA-DF; 

Flow. 
DE83048832 



125 CPT16 
Transient Two-Dimensional Two-Phase 



107 CP T09 



RSAC; Radiological Safety Analysis Program. 
DE83048265 10 



CPT12 



IDAP: Interactive Decision Analysis Procedure. 
DE83048935 130 CP T15 

GAUSS5; Analysis of gamma-Ray Spectra Ge(Li). 
DE83048605 65 CP T14 

GAPOTKIN; Space-Independent Reactor Kinetics. 
DE83048317 18 CP T09 

SWIFT; Waste-Isolation Flow and Transport Model. 
DE83048973 137 CP T99 

ZONE; Two-Dimensional Finite Element Mesh Genera- 
tor. 
DE83048765 94 CPT11 

BE21; Few-Group, Discrete Ordinates for Slab Geome- 
try. 
DE83048398 30 CPT11 

OCTAVIA; Pressure Vessel Failure Probabilities. 
DE83048898 122 CP T09 



M0807; Two-Dimensional Diffusion Absorption Remov- 
al Cross Sections. 
DE83048280 12 CP T09 

CONSEPT; Controller-Run Solvent Extraction. 
DE83048956 134 CP T09 

MAPPER-GEPI; Predicting Equipment Requirements. 
DE83048595 63 CP T03 

DAFT1; Least Squares Fit for Fissile Nuclide Data. 

19 CPT03 

SECTION.REV1; Plot Geochemical Drill Hole Data. 
DE83048977 138 CP T09 

TIMEX; One-Dimensional Time-Dependent Multigroup 

Discrete Ordinates. 
DE83048756 92 CP T12 

CITATION; One-, Two-, and Three-Dimensional Diffu- 
sion Depletion Using Multigroup Theory. 
DE83048387 28 CP T16 

SUPERENERGY2; Steady-State LMFBR Core Analysis. 
DE83048904 123 CP T13 

GNATS;MESH2;GPRINT; Two-Dimensional Nonlinear 

Analysis. 
DE83048682 78 CP T14 

MANTA; Steady-State Thermal-Hydraulic Analysis. 
DE83048256 9 CP T12 

PRODCOST; Utility Generating Cost Simulation. 
DE83048960 1 35 CP T1 1 



NATRANSIENT; 
sional Piping. 
DE83048718 



Fluid Hammer Analysis One-Dimen- 
85 CP T09 



EGUN; Calculation of Electron Trajectories. 
DE83048983 139 CPT11 

SPOOL-FIRE; Spray-Pool Burning of Sodium. 
DE83048714 84 CP T09 

REDUX; Reactor Fluctuation Experiment Analysis. 
DE83048425 34 CP T03 

QLN1; Quantitative gamma-Ray Spectra Analysis. 
DE83048902 123 CP T13 

OPTIMIZERS; Nonlinear Optimization Subroutines. 
DE83048829 107 CP T13 

CYGR02; Stress Analysis of Cylindrical Fuel Elements. 
DE83048266 10 CPT11 

PUBG; Purex Solvent Extraction Process Model. 
DE83048959 135 CP T09 

TCB01; Creep-Buckling of Tubes under Pressure. 
DE83048604 65 CP T09 

AIROS2A; Simulation of Reactor Dynamics. 
DE83048326 19 CP T12 

APARNA2; One-Dimensional Integral Neutron Trans- 
port in Slab Geometries. 
DE83048878 117 CP T03 

BEHAVE-SST; Overpower Transient Fuel Mechanics. 
DE83048768 95 CP T15 

FINEL; Finite-Element Study in Two- and Three-Dimen- 

sonal Structures. 
DE83048404 31 CP TM 

COLCO; Thermal Diffusion Column Coefficients. 
DE83048903 123 CP T09 

ELBOW-ORNL; Pipe Stress and Flexibility Calculations. 
DE83048650 73 CP T09 

M0555;ACT1; Loss-of-Coolant Accident Analysis. 
DE83048284 13 CPT11 

STOPS; Power System Short-Term Optimization. 
DE83048958 134 CP T09 

PARK1; Nuclear Reactor Power Plant Analysis. 
DE83048743 90 CP T17 

NURLOC-1.0; Loss-of-Coolant Thermal Analysis. 
DE83048328 19 CPT11 

EQ3/6; Chemical Equilibrium of Aqueous Systems. 
DE83048886 119 CP T15 

MELT3; Fast Reactor Transient Overpower Study. 
DE83048700 81 CP T14 

JITER; Fluctuation Experiment Analysis. 
DE83048394 



29 CP T09 

SALE2D; General Transient Fluid Flow Algorithm. 
DE83048900 122 CP T12 

SURGTANK; Reactor Steam Surge Tank Dynamics. 
DE83048853 112 CPT11 

MUSCAT; View Factor Shielding Code Cavity Geome- 
try. 
DE83048259 9 CPT11 

PREMOR; Two-Group Point Reactor Power Plant 

Model. 
DE83048961 135 CP T13 

TRIAL; Three-Dimensional Reaction Rates from Two- 

Dimensional Flux Sets. 
DE83048585 62 CP T09 

GAFFE; Equilibrium Fuel Cycle Calculation. 
DE83048302 16 



CPT11 
CPT11 



GGC4; Multigroup Cross Sections Fast Thermal Spec- 
tra. 
DE83048298 15 CP T15 



PECS3; Probabilistic Evaluation Cladding Life. 
DE83048868 115 

IMPORTANCE; FTA Basic Event and Cut Set Ranking. 
DE83048779 97 CP T09 

ATHENA4; Inelastic Scattering Form Factors. 
DE83048417 33 CPT11 

GWCORE; GSPC 79 Core Graphics Routines Package. 
DE83048905 123 CP T18 

BUCKLE; Creep Buckling of Initially Oval Tube. 
DE83048667 75 CP T03 

MACH1; One-Dimensional, Multigroup Diffusion in 

Slabs, Cylinders, and Spheres. 
DE83048262 9 CP T15 

K-FIX;3D; Three-Dimensional Extension Two-Phase 

Flow Dynamics. 
DE83048877 117 CP T15 

PLACRE; FEM Inelastic Structural Analysis. 
DE83048740 89 CP T13 

TEMC07; Temperature Coefficient Calculation. 
DE83048320 18 CP T12 

PAD; One-Dimensional Coupled SN Neutronics and 

Hydrodynamics. 
DE83048901 122 CP T16 

EPISODEB; Solve Ordinary Differential Equations Sys- 
tems with Banded Jacobian. 
DE83048705 83 CPT11 

WASP2; Water Properties for Safety Analysis. 
DE83048396 29 CP T12 

SWAAM1; LMFBR Sodium-Water Reaction Analysis. 
DE83048885 119 CP T15 



KW-4 



COMPUTERS, CONTROL, & INFORMATION THEORY 



COMPUTER CODES 



PHOS1; pH and Conductivity of Sodium Phosphate So- 
lutions. 
DE83048826 106 CP T03 

PDQ8;PDQ7; One-, Two-, or Three-Dimensional, Few 

Group Diffusion Depletion. 
DE83048275 1 1 CP T99 

INTEROP; Nonlinear Optimization Algorithms. 
DE83048866 115 CP T12 

ORCOST2; Power Plant Capital Cost Estimating. 
DE83048588 62 CPT11 

TWIGL;TWIGGLE; Two-Dimensional, Two-Group 

Space-Time Diffusion Feedback. 
DE83048338 20 CP T09 

CATCH; Map Projection Subroutine Package. 
DE83048872 116 CPT11 

GRFPAK; Plot Package for CORTES FEM Programs. 
DE83048760 93 CP T13 

CHECKER;CRECT;DAMMET;PLOTFB; SLAVE3 ENDF/ 

B V1 Processing Codes. 
DE83048384 27 CPU 4 

NJOY; Neutron and Photon Cross Sections from 

ENDF/B. 
DE83048883 118 CP T99 

DEM04; CRBR Reactor and Plant Transient Analysis. 
DE83048676 77 CP T13 

R101; Space-Independent Kinetics Kex Options. 
DE83048255 8 CP T03 

WHIP1; Structural Deflection Due to Blowdown. 
DE83048863 114 CP T03 

SOLA-ICE; Transient Compressible Fluid Flow. 
DE83048723 86 CP T03 

FLASH3; Loss-of-Coolant Accident Analysis. 
DE83048295 14 CP T13 

SAMPLE; Monte Carlo Uncertainty Analysis Code. 
DE83048879 117 CP T03 

WREM-TOODEE2/MOD3; Two-Dimensional Time-De- 
pendent Fuel Element Study. 
DE83048712 84 CP T14 

MANE1; Rectangular Magnetic Network Solution. 
DE83048412 32 CP T09 

MINPACK1; Nonlinear Equations and Least Squares. 
DE83048888 120 CP T16 

TRAC-PD2/MOD1; Best-Estimate Analysis PWR 

LOCA. 
DE83048836 108 CP T99 

THREDES; One-Dimensional Few Group Diffusion 

Design System. 
DE83048273 11 CP T14 

THERPP; Thermodynamic Properties of Hydrocarbons. 
DE83048869 115 CP T09 

LENSDES; Nonlinear Least Squares Lens Design 

System. 
DE83048602 64 CP T1 1 

GASP7; One-Dimensional Burnup Power Distribution 

DE83048319 18 CP T12 

ICARUS; Redundant System Unavailability Model. 
DE83048871 116 CP T09 

SOERP; Second-Order Error Propagation Code. 
DE83048764 94 CP T03 

FLAC; Steady-State Flow, Pressure Distribution. 
DE83048395 29 CP T09 

GETOUT; Radionuclide Transport Geologic Media. 
DE83048887 119 CPT12 

LUGS; Stress for Integral Attachments to Pipe. 
DE83048648 72 CP T03 

WHAM6; Liquid-Filled Piping System Analysis. 
DE83048278 12 CP T09 

PELE-IC; Fluid-Structure Interaction Analysis. 
DE83048865 114 CP T15 

CURT2; Curved Tubes or Elbows and Attached Pipes. 
DE83048750 91 CP T13 

M0219;FLOT1; PWR Flow Transient Analysis. 
DE83048331 20 CPT11 

TSOAK-M1; Analysis of Fusion Detritiation Data. 
DE83048875 117 CP T12 

NMMSS; Nuclear Materials Management System. 
DE83048695 80 CP T13 

M0661;M0657;M0626; Polynomial Curve Fitting. 
DE83048411 32 CPT11 

GSMP; General Systems Analysis Modeling Code. 
DE83048882 118 CP T14 

DENDRO; Hierarchical Cluster Analysis of Data. 
DE83048840 109 CPT11 

SAFE-SHELL; Stress Analysis of Thin Shells. 
DE83048253 8 CP T09 

SOLA-LOOP; Two-Phase Flow Network Analysis. 
DE83048859 113 CPT11 

DWARF; One-Dimensional Few-Group Diffusion Deple- 
tion Program. 
DE83048579 61 CP T14 

BURNUP; Heavy Element Isotopic Burnup Analysis. 
DE83048311 17 CP T12 



ACSAP; Resonance Region Cross Section Analysis. 
DE83048880 118 CPT12 

SPEKEN; Pearson, Spearman and Kendall Correlation. 
DE83048781 97 CP T09 

NOAH; One-Dimensional, One-Group Space-Time Dif- 
fusion Feedback. 
DE83048405 31 CPT11 

VUGRAPH; Plots Presentation-Quality Viewgraphs. 
DE83048884 119 CP T03 

SAFTAC; Monte Carlo Fault Tree Simulation Code. 
DE83048674 76 CP T09 

HEXSCAT; Elastic Scattering Cross Sections Hexago- 
nal Lattices. 
DE83048291 14 CP T03 

PDFPLOT; Statistical Distribution Functions. 
DE83048860 113 CP T12 

DIFFUSER; Two-Dimensional Subsonic MHD Diffuser 

Performance. 
DE83048737 88 CP T09 

HWOCR-SAFE; Two-Dimensional Monte Carlo Cell 

Calculation. 
DE83048307 16 CP T12 

SANDIA-ORIGEN; Isotope Generation and Depletion. 
DE83048874 117 CP T13 

BEAMCRP; Finite-Element Beam Creep Analysis. 
DE83048701 82 CPT11 

DATATRAN2 Utility Plotting Modules; Utility Plot Mod- 
ules F(X) and F(X,Y). 
DE83048407 31 CP T12 

FESH; X-Y Multi-Group Neutron Transport Method. 
DE83048861 114 CPT11 

UDAD; Uranium Dispersion and Dosimetry Model. 
DE83048824 106 CP T12 

HAMMER;LITHE;HELP; Critical Analysis System. 
DE83048277 12 CP T15 

BNWIGLUNIWIGL; Two-Group Time-Dependent, One- 
Dimensional Diffusion. 
DE83048870 115 CP T15 

INTEG;INSPEC; Markov Simulation of Reactor Oper- 
ations. 
DE83048590 62 CP T03 

CINDER;M0102; Point Depletion Fission Product. 
DE83048313 17 CPT11 

REFC08; Discounted Cash Flow Fuel Cycle Cost. 
DE83048855 112 CP T15 

COREL;RASE4;DAMG2; Ion Implantation Deposition. 
DE83048758 92 CPT11 

ALPHA-M; Resolution of gamma-Ray Spectra. 
DE83048413 32 CP T09 

K-TIF; Two-Fluid PWR Downcomer Fluid Dynamics. 
DE83048876 117 CPT11 

EPISODE; Ordinary Differential Equation System 

Solver. 
DE83048675 77 CPT11 

GADOSE;DOSET; HTGR Accident Analysis Dose Cal- 
culations. 
DE83048261 9 CP T12 

APACHE; Two-Dimensional Chemically Reactive Fluid 

Flow Code. 
DE83048858 113 CP T13 

CRAC; Calculation of Reactor Accident Consequences. 
DE83048722 86 CP T16 

TSN; Spatially-Dependent Reactor Kinetics. 
DE83048309 17 CPT11 

COAST4; Costing and Sizing of Tokamak Reactors. 
DE83048873 116 CPT13 

NAHAMMER; Fluid Hammer Analysis Piping System. 
DE83048717 85 CP T09 

TACASI; Analysis of Resonance Measurements. 
DE83048410 32 CPT11 

FX2-TH; Two-Dimensional Time-Dependent Reactor Ki- 

nstics 
DE83048862 114 CP T18 

R075; Reverse Osmosis Desalting Plant Design. 
DE83048831 107 CPT11 

GASA (GA Stability Analysis); Stability Analysis for Re- 
actor Kinetic Equations. 
DE83048290 14 CP T09 

ELEFUNT; Tests of FORTRAN Elementary Functions. 
DE83048881 118 CPT11 

TRIPLET; Two-Dimensional Triangular Mesh Transport 

Program. 
DE83048608 65 CP T14 

JUPITOR1;JP1; Coupled Channel Cross Section Eval- 
uation. 
DE83048308 16 CP T12 

TDIST3; Community Energy Consumption Analysis. 
DE83048854 112 CPT11 

POTEST; Principal Component Test for Outliers. 
DE83048769 95 CP T09 

LARCA; Flux-Weighting of DTF4 Cross Sections. 
DE83048409 32 CP T09 



EPOCH; Neutron Age Calculation of ENDF/B Data. 
DE83048461 40 CPT11 

COMRADEX4; Accident Released Radiological Dose. 
DE83048663 74 CP T09 

RESQ2;RESQ0;DBFL; Resonance Integral for a Hex- 
agonal Cell. 
DE83048285 13 CP T13 

PREP;KITT; System Fault Tree Evaluation Codes. 
DE83048528 52 CPT11 

BIOSSIM; Biochemical Kinetic Simulation System. 
DE8304e736 88 CP T14 

GAFGAR;P3T;PROC;TAPCOP; Spectra and Group- 
Averaged Cross Section Calculation. 
DE83048316 17 CP T12 

PACTOLUS;CLOTHO; Nuclear Power Plant Cost Code. 
DE83048540 54 CP T12 

OMCOST; Power Plant Non-Fuel Operation and Main- 
tenance Cost Study. 
DE83048688 79 CP T09 

TAC3D; Transient Three-Dimensional Heat Transfer 

Program. 
DE83048414 32 CP T09 

COBRA4I; Rod Bundle and Core Thermal-Hydraulics. 
DE83048432 35 CP T13 

RANDOM NUMBERS; Obtained from U235 alpha 

Decay. 
DE83048843 109 CP T99 

BISYN; Two-Dimensional, Multigroup Diffusion Synthe- 
sis Calculations. 
DE83048287 13 CPT15 

PHROG; Multi-Group Constant and Fast Spectra Cal- 
culations. 
DE83048520 51 CP T16 

FFEARS; Laplace Equation Isotropic Dielectrics. 
DE83048577 60 CP T09 

BLOOST6; Combined Kinetics Two-Dimensional Heat 

Transfer. 
DE83048303 16 CP T13 

3DB; Three-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion Burnup 

Analysis. 
DE83048567 59 CPT11 

PROSA2; Probabilistic Response Surface Studies. 
DE83048778 97 CP T18 

TAC2D; Steady-State and Transient Temperature Cal- 
culations. 
DE83048408 31 CP T14 

BUG2; Two-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion and 

Burnup in Xy, Rz Geometries. 
DE83048438 36 CP T15 

FLOW3; Network Analysis of Three-Dimensional Two- 
Phase Flow. 
DE83048664 75 CP T15 

GAKER; Inelastic Scattering Cross Section Calcula- 
tions for Moderators. 
DE83048289 14 CP T03 

THRES2; Statistical Model Reaction Cross Sections. 
DE83048504 48 CP T09 

NAIAD; Compressible Two-Phase Coolant Behavior. 
DE83048726 87 CP T15 

FCC4; Fundamental Mode Fast Reactor Cross Section 

Calculations. 
DE83048306 16 CPT11 

KEELE; Linearly-Constrained Optimization. 
DE83048556 57 CP T09 

WIGL3; One-Dimensional Space-Time Diffusion with 

Feedback. 
DE83048708 83 CP T12 

DATATRAN2 RAD1 Geometry Modules; Radial Geom- 
etry Modules for Two-Dimensional Input. 
DE83048406 31 CP T14 

LIFE3; Mixed-Oxide Fuel Element Performance. 
DE83048460 40 CPU 2 

SUPAN; Analysis of Beam-Type Piping Supports. 
DE83048842 109 CP T09 

PSEUDO; Statistical Resonance Parameter Calcula- 
tions. 
DE83048292 14 CP T03 

BESFIT; Diffraction Model Elastic Scattering Cross 

Sections. 
DE83048524 52 CP T09 

AEC-ALO FAU; Radio Frequency Management System. 
DE83048587 62 CP T09 

PERT4; Two-Dimensional Perturbation in Xy, Rz, and 

R-theta Geometry. 
DE83048304 16 CP T09 

STRAP; Static and Dynamic Structural Analysis. 
DE83048539 54 CP T14 

VARR2; CRBRP 2-Dimensional Transient Fluid Flow 

Analysis. 
DE83048755 92 CP T14 

CEXEJNCEXE; One-Group, Three-Dimensional Xyz 

Xenon Oscillation. 
DE83048415 32 CP T09 



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COMPUTERS, CONTROL, & INFORMATION THEORY 



SUPERTOG; ENDF/B Fine-Group Constants Genera- 
tion. 
DE83048431 35 CP T14 

SOLVEX; Solvent Extraction Process Simulation. 
DE83048662 74 CP T09 

HOT2; Two-Dimensional Transient Heat Conduction 

Program. 
DE83048286 13 CP T14 

FORSIM; Solution ot Partial or Ordinary Differential 

Equations. 
DE83048514 50 CPT11 

TRIDENT; Two-Dimensional Multigroup Transport Tri- 
angular Mesh. 
DE83048741 89 CP T14 

ZPR-III Assembly 48 GAFGAR ENDF/B Data Tapes. 
DE83048356 23 CP T14 

INCITE; Thermal Spectra and Multi-Group Constants. 
DE83048565 58 CP T17 

SYN3D; Single-Channel Flux Synthesis Diffusion. 
DE83048713 84 CP T15 

GATT; Three-Dimensional, Few-Group Diffusion Calcu- 
lations in Hexagonal Geometries. 
DE83048380 27 CPT11 

PWCOST; Reactor Fuel Cycle Cost Calculation. 
DE83048441 37 CPT11 

FUELS DATA; Model Verification Fuel Rod Data. 
DE83048844 110 CP T18 

RAPFU; Fuel Cycle Parameters for Fast Breeders. 
DE83048372 25 CP T09 

DUZ2; Two-Dimensional Axisymmetric and Plane Elas- 
tic-Plastic Stress Calculations. 
DE83048503 48 CP T16 

ERF;ERFC; Error and Complementary Error Function. 
DE83048601 64 CP T03 

GLEN; Group Constant Calculations from TOR Output 

Data. 
DE83048361 24 CPT11 

TASK; One-Dimensional Multigroup Reactor Kinetics 

Program. 
DE83048558 57 CP T12 

POLUTE; Forest Air Pollutant Uptake Model. 
DE83048774 96 CP T03 

SCORE3; SCISRS ENDF/B Graphic Cross Section 

Evaluation. 
DE83048375 26 CP T19 

DBUFIT1 ; Least Squares Transmutation Analysis. 
DE83048456 39 CPT11 

LINDA; Evaluation of Strain-Gage Data. 

DE83048657 74 CP T09 

GAKIT; One-Dimensional, Multigroup Kinetics with 

Temperature Feedback. 
DE83048370 25 CP T13 

CLUP77; Square Cell Collision Probability Calculations. 
DE83048526 52 CPT11 

ARSTEC; Nonlinear Mixed Integer Optimization. 
DE83048738 89 CP T03 

TWOTRAN2; Two-Dimensional, Multigroup Transport in 

Xy, Rz, and R theta Geometries. 
DE83048358 23 CP T14 

ETOG3; ENDF/B to MUFT, GAM, ANISN Cross-Sec- 
tion Format. 
DE83048538 54 CP T16 

EMERALD-NORMAL; PWR Activity Release and Dose. 
DE83048685 78 CP T12 

SAFE-2D; Plane and Axisymmetric Stress Analysis. 
DE83048379 27 CP T1 1 

FARED; One-Dimensional Fast Reactor Design and 

Survey Study. 
DE83048427 34 CP T17 

CONF; Conference Attendee and Speaker Data File. 
DE83048838 108 CP T09 

ISOGEN; Radionuclide Generation and Decay. 
DE83048367 24 CPT11 

HEATING5;HEATING3; One-, Two-, or Three-Dimen- 
sional Heat Conduction Program. 
DE83048517 50 CPT11 

GEM; Analysis of Nuclear Fuel Cycle Economics. 
DE83048576 60 CPT12 

WELWING; Material Buckling of Cylindrical Fuel Ele- 
ments. 
DE83048362 24 CP T09 

TOKMINA;TOKMINA2; Tokamak Fusion Reactor Study. 
DE83048561 57 CP T03 

GNASH; Particle Induced Cross Sections and Spectra. 
DE83048757 92 CPT11 

RAPP; High-Velocity Flow Study of Steam-Water Mix- 
tures. 
DE83048382 27 CP T03 

ETOM1; ENDF/B Format to MUFT Format Cross Sec- 
tions. 
DE83048436 36 CP T13 

COBRA3M; Fuel Pin Thermal-Hydraulic Analysis. 
DE83048659 74 CP T13 



BL47; Drafting Tool to Plot Plane Structures. 
DE83048373 26 CP T09 

EDITOR; ENDF/B Tape Processing and Editing. 
DE83048502 48 CPT11 

PIRAX2; Simplified Inelastic Piping Analysis. 
DE83048735 88 CPT11 

MC-2; Fast Neutron Spectra and Multigroup Cross Sec- 
tions. 
DE83048355 23 CP T99 

DISPER1; Aerosol Particle Transport Study. 
DE83048554 56 CP T03 

FLANGE-ORNL; Analysis of Flanged Joints. 
DE83048689 79 CP T09 

AVERAGE; Unresolved Region Average Cross Section 

Calculations. 
DE83048376 26 CP T03 

SPAN4; a Point-Kernel Shield Evaluation Code. 
DE83048462 41 CP T15 

DRIFT; Cooling Tower Drift Eliminator Analysis. 
DE83048837 108 CPT11 

SNEQ; Nonlinear Algebraic Equation Solutions and 

Curve Plotting. 
DE83048364 24 CP T11 

ANVENT; Los of Coolant Analysis Duke Power 

McGuire Units. 
DE83048529 52 CP T03 

MATUS;MESH3D;APACHE; Three-Dimensional Finite- 
Element Elastic Analysis. 
DE83048597 63 CP T16 

TOR; Thermal Scattering for Crystalline Materials. 
DE83048360 23 CPT11 

M0678;FUGIT1; Dynamic Response of Elastic Struc- 
tures. 
DE83048537 53 CP T09 

TRUMP; Transient and Steady State Temperature Dis- 
tribution. 
DE83048771 95 CP T14 

TUBE; U-Tube Heat Exchanger Stress Analysis. 
DE83048378 26 CP T09 

CONTEMPT-LT/028;CONTEMPT-LT/026; Pressure- 
Temperature Response. 
DE83048433 35 CP T99 

BETTIS ENVIRONMENTAL LIBRARY; Bettis Program- 
ming Environment Library. 
DE83048665 75 CP T16 

NOWIG; One-Dimensional, Two-Group Kinetics with 

Temperature Feedback. 
DE83048371 25 CP T09 

SOCOOL2; Sodium-Fuel Interaction Analysis. 
DE83048521 51 CP T09 

CASIM; Simulates Hadronic Cascade Transport. 
DE83048742 89 CP T13 

PUN1; Unresolved Resonance Integral Cross Sections. 
DE83048359 23 CP T09 

RESPOND; Dissimilar Media TLD Correction Calcula- 
tions. 
DE83048566 58 CP T03 

SITE2; Energy Facility Siting Assessment. 
DE83048687 79 CPT11 

M0266; Linear Elastic Structural Dynamics. 
DE83048383 27 CP T09 

DYNAM; Dynamic Analysis Boiling Flow Steam. 
DE8304844Q 36 CPT11 

SOLTES1 ; Thermal Energy Systems Simulation. 
DE83048841 109 CP T11 

RELAP4/MOD6; Transient Thermal-Hydraulic Study. 
DE83048369 25 CP T99 

FRCRL2; LOCA Fission Product Release Analysis. 
DE83048500 47 CP T03 

MACS LATTICE VIBRATION CODES; MACS Lattice 

Vibration Neutron Scattering Codes. 
DE83048574 60 CP T13 

BLAST; Reactor Kinetics Temperature Distribution 

Study. 
DE83048363 24 CP T03 

PWR-PPM; Boration-Dilution Tables for PWR Oper- 
ation. 
DE83048552 56 CP T03 

PTA1 ; Pipe System Pressure Analysis. 

DE83048761 93 CPT11 

SIGPLOT; Resolved Multilevel Briet-Wigner Cross Sec- 
tion Calculations. 
DE83048377 26 CP T09 

DAC1 ; SN Perturbation Code Using DTF4 Fluxes. 
DE83048455 39 CP T09 

FRAP-T4;FRAP-T; Transient Analysis of Oxide Fuel 

Rods. 
DE83048658 74 CP T18 

1DX; One-Dimensional Diffusion Fast Cross Section 

Generation. 
DE83048374 26 CP T13 

ORTHIS;ORTHAT; Two-Dimensional Heat Conduction. 
DE83048525 52 CP T14 



MARCH 1.1; LWR Meltdown Accident Response Model. 
DE83048734 88 CP T14 

CODILLI; Least Squares Analysis of Resonance Data. 
DE83048347 22 CP T09 

MULTI; Multi-Level Resonance Theory Cross-Section 

Calculations. 
DE83048535 53 CP T03 

GEOCOST; Geothermal Energy Cost Analysis. 
DE83048684 78 CP T15 

FLANGE2/71-1; ENDF/B Thermal Scattering Data. 
DE83048368 24 CPT11 

DOGGY; Desk Calculator Form Sheet DP Package. 
DE83048428 34 CPT11 

COMRC1; Slag Transport Models for MHD Systems. 
DE83048845 110 CP T09 

M0648; One-Dimensional Slab Transport with Slowing 

down. 
DE83048342 21 CP T09 

ERREST; Loss of Coolant Rod Bundle Critical Heat 

Flux Data Analysis. 
DE83048518 50 CP T13 

MSCAT; Slow Neutron Multiple Scattering Calculations. 
DE83048575 60 CP T12 

GAUGE; Two-Dimensional, Few-Group, Neutron Diffu- 
sion in Hexagonal Geometries. 
DE83048339 21 CP T12 

BEHAVE2; Oxide Fuel Performance Finite-Element. 
DE83048568 59 CP T12 

GAPCON-THERMAL3; Fuel Steady State and Tran- 
sient Behavior. 
DE83048770 95 CP T13 

TOPS; Transient Thermodynamics of Pressurizers. 
DE83048348 22 CP T09 

HAA3B; Aerosol Behavior Lognormal Model. 
DE83048443 37 CPT11 

BESSEL FUNCTION PACKAGE; Airy and LOG gamma 

Subroutines. 
DE83048656 73 CP T12 

GAND; GAFGAR Cross-Section Library Preparation. 
DE83048345 22 CP T12 

CONCEPT5;CONCEPT3; Power Plant Conceptual Cost 

Estimate. 
DE83048498 47 CP T14 

AXICRP; Finite Element Code for Creep Analysis. 
DE83048785 98 CPT11 

M0756;LETO; One-Dimensional Slab gamma-Ray 

Transport. 
DE83048343 21 CPT11 

SOFIRE2 1- and 2-CELL; Sodium Pool Fire 1- and 2- 

Cell Analysis. 
DE83048559 57 CP T09 

SEPHIS/MOD4; Solvent Extraction Simulation. 
DE83048690 79 CPT11 

RAUMZEIT; One-Dimensional Time-Dependent Diffu- 
sion Calculations. 
DE83048352 22 CP T09 

DOT2DB; Two-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion and 

SN Theory. 
DE83048459 40 CP T12 

HEMP; Hydrodynamic Elasticmagneto Plastic Flow. 
DE83048775 96 CP T14 

GANDY3; Unresolved Resonance Cross Section Calcu- 
lation. 
DE83048341 21 CP T09 

ESP; Monte Carlo Reactor Analysis Calculation. 
DE83048523 51 CP T16 

PLOTR; Two-Dimensional Contour Plots and Area Cal- 
culation. 
DE83048578 61 CP T09 

GEM; Eigenvalue Problem for Vibrating Systems. 
DE83048344 22 CPT11 

PSA2; Stress Analysis Multianchor Pipe System. 
DE83048542 54 CP T09 

LINPACK; Simultaneous Linear Algebraic Equations. 
DE83048800 101 CP T15 

CINCAS; Nuclear Fuel Cycle Cost and Economics. 
DE83048354 22 CP T10 

PAX03; Harmony-PDQ Cross Section Generation 

Code. 
DE83048426 34 CP T17 

FT A; Fault Tree Analysis System. 

DE83048666 75 CPT11 

POWERCO; Nuclear Station Electricity Costs. 



DE83048340 



21 CP T03 



GENED ENVIRONMENTAL ROUTINES; Subroutine Li- 
brary. 
DE83048515 50 CP T09 

SLACKLY; One-Dimensional Multicavity Klystron Tube 

Anslvsis 
DE83048807 102 CPT11 

AMDLIBF; Argonne Subroutine Library Category F. 
DE83048563 58 CPT11 



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COMPUTERS, CONTROL, & INFORMATION THEORY 



COMPUTER CODES 



VENTURE; 1 , 2, or 3-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion. 
DE83048686 79 CP T19 

ETOG1; ENDF/B to MUFT, GAM, ANISN Cross Sec- 
tions Format. 
DE83048437 36 CP T14 

TRANSPORT; Design of Charged Particle BEAMS. 
DE83048791 99 CP T12 

TDOWN; Spatial and Composition-Dependent Cross 

Sections. 
DE83048505 48 CP T99 

TWOTRAN-PNVW; Two-Dimensional Particle Transport 

X-Y R-Z R-theta. 
DE83048573 59 CPT12 

PARET; Water-Cooled Core Transient Analysis. 
DE83048555 56 CP T14 

SHOCK; Dynamic Response of Lumped-Mass Sys- 
tems. 
DE83048795 100 CPT11 

VELVET2; Turbulent Flow in LMFBR Rod Bundle. 
DE83048458 40 CPT11 

NUBOW; Structural Analysis Bowed Reactor Cores. 
DE83048643 71 CP T09 

HERMES; Regional Radiological Effects Analysis. 
DE83048527 52 CP T14 

2DEPEP; Elliptic, Parabolic and Eigenvalue Solutions. 
DE83048806 102 CP T09 

RAHAB Lattice Physics Modules; JOSHUA System Lat- 
tice Physics Modules. 
DE83048536 53 CPT15 

LASIP3; CCCC Standard Interface File Processor. 
DE83048691 80 CP T13 

GAZE2; One-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion in Slab, 

Spherical, and Cylindrical Geometries. 
DE83048430 35 CPT12 

ATM; Atmospheric Transport and Diffusion Model. 
DE83048787 98 CPT11 

ARC-SYSTEM; System Subprograms and Modules. 
DE83048522 51 CP T12 

CHECK3;RIGEL3 ENDF/B V3 Data Processing Codes. 
DE83048571 59 CP T12 

AMDLIBAE; Argonne Subroutine Library Categories A- 



DE83048562 



58 CPT15 



OPTRM; Hydrologic Transport with Optimization. 
DE83048794 100 CP T12 

BUGTRI; Two-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion and 

Burnup in Triangular Geometries. 
DE83048439 36 CPU 5 

NRTS ENVIRONMENTAL SUBROUTINES; FORTRAN 

Utilities. 
DE83048613 66 CP T16 

ENDRUN2; Multigroup Constants from ENDF/B Data. 
DE83048501 48 CP T14 

TVENT; Ventilation System Transient Analysis. 
DE83048809 103 CPT11 

U3R; Unresolved Resonance Cross Section Probability 

T flh lfis 
DE83048553 56 CP T1 1 

NUFUEL; Nuclear Fuel Cycle Requirements. 
DE83048683 78 CP T1 1 

3DDT; Three-Dimensional Multigroup Diffusion Xyz or 

R-theta-Z. 
DE83048463 41 CP T12 

CONDYN; Polya Model Secondary Electron Spectra. 
DE83048786 98 CP T03 

CLEM; Angular Distribution Legendre Fitting. 
DE83048531 53 CP T09 

GROUP2; Group Theory of Lattice Dynamics. 
DE83048620 67 CP T11 

ARC-NUI002 BCD Input Processor; BCD Input Data 

Processing Module. 
DE83048533 53 CP T14 

TDIST2; Community Energy Consumption Analysis. 
DE83048799 .101 CPT11 

HEATMESH; Geometrical Data Heat Transfer Study. 
DE83048434 35 CP T09 

PROGLOOK; User Program Performance Monitor. 
DE83048642 71 CPT11 

VENUS2; Two-Dimensional Coupled Neutronics-Hydro- 

dynamics. 
DE83048511 49 CPT11 

WHTM; Wisconsin Hydrologic Transport Model. 
DE83048808 103 CP T12 

VIEWPIN; View Factor Calculations for Cylindrical Pins. 
DE83048569 59 CP T09 

REXCO-H (Release 2); Two-Dimensional Hydrodynam- 

ic Response to Excursion. 
DE83048615 66 CPT11 

BURST1 ; Hydrodynamic Analysis During Blowdown. 
DE83048435 36 CP T13 

ODMOC; Soil-Water Trace-Containment Transport. 
DE83048789 99 CPT11 



JP1XR; Coupled-Channel Scattering Cross Section Cal- 
culations. 
DE83048506 49 CPT11 

GRAPH; Linear Regression with Confidence Limits. 
DE83048624 68 CP T12 

GAMBIT; Cross Section Generation for Transport 

Codes. 
DE83048547 55 CP T16 

MSF21;VTE21; Desalination Plant Optimization. 
DE83048798 100 CP T12 

GSSLRN1B; Least Squares Photopeak Spectra Code. 
DE83048457 39 CPT11 

POLLA; Converts R-Matrix Resonance Parameters. 
DE83048639 71 CP T03 

PHASER; Phase Shift Cross Section and Polarization 

Calculations. 
DE83048507 49 CP T03 

CHART; Iodine Decay Heat on Charcoal Adsorbers. 
DE83048804 102 CPT11 

ENDF/B-THERMOS; 30-Group ENDF/B Scattering 

Kernels. 
DE83048543 54 CP T14 

INDX; X-Ray Diffraction Powder Pattern Indexing. 
DE83048609 65 CP T09 

ASPIS; Gamma-Ray Source Buildup Factor Calcula- 
tions. 
DE83048429 34 CPT11 

EVITS; Steady State Two-Dimensional Fluid Flow. 
DE83048792 99 CP T09 

MIRAB;MIRAP; Containment System Iodine Removal. 
DE83048499 47 CPT11 

GAPCON-THERMAL2 Rev. 1; Fuel Rod Thermal Per- 
formance. 
DE83048618 67 CP T12 

AMDLIBGZ; Argonne Subroutine Library Categories G- 

Z. 
DE83048564 58 CPT11 

SKILLS INVENTORY; Personnel Information System. 
DE83048801 101 CPT11 

ROPE; Finding Roots of a Polynomial. 

DE83048444 37 CP T09 

GAMTAB; Radioactive-Decay gamma-Ray Catalog. 
DE83048637 70 CP T16 

MUCHA1;MUCHA2; Multiple Channel Analysis Emer- 
gency Core Cooling. 
DE83048508 49 CP T13 

DOPSEL; Self-Shielding in the Resonance Region. 
DE83048805 102 CPT11 

REXCO-H (Release 1); Two-Dimensional Hydrodynam- 
ic Response to Excursion. 
DE83048550 56 CPT11 

CHILES; Linear Elastic Singularity Modeling. 
DE83048611 66 CPT11 

PHENIX; Two-Dimensional Diffusion Burnup Refueling 

History. 
DE83048454 39 CPT11 

NUBOW-2D Inelastic; Bowed Reactor Core Analysis. 
DE83048790 99 CP T09 

THETA1B; Fuel-Rod Thermal Response Loss of Cool- 
ant Accidents. 
DE83048512 50 CP T16 

KEFF;MGBS;TGAN; Nuclear Criticality Safety. 
DE83048617 67 CP T12 

HYMAS; Hydrodynamic Mass Matrix Generation. 
DE83048560 57 CP T09 

CHNSED; Sediment and Containment Transport Model. 
DE83048793 99 CP T12 

SAFE-CRACK; Viscoelastic Analysis of Concrete. 
DE83048451 38 CPT11 

DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF GASES; Dynamic Analysis of 

Gases by Mass Spectrometry. 
DE83048645 72 CP T03 

VIM1;VIM1X; Monte Carlo Critical Assembly Analysis. 
DE83048510 49 CP T99 

CREEP-PLAST2; Two-Dimensional Inelastic Structural 

Analysis. 
DE83048810 103 CP T13 

BETTY; Entrained Particles Sampling Study. 
DE83048545 55 CP T03 

HISTOGRAMS; Quality Control Sample Statistics. 
DE83048614 66 CP T09 

KEN02;KEN04; Monte Carlo Multigroup Criticality 

Code. 
DE83048450 38 CP T17 

SULCAL; Model ot Sulfur Chemistry in a Plume. 
DE83048788 98 CP T09 

ETOT2; Thermal Libraries from ENDF/B Data. 
DE83048509 49 CP T12 

VARI-1D; One-Dimensional Variational Sensitivity. 
DE83048625 68 CP T14 

STRIPE;M0650; Fuel Rod Clad Strain and Pellet Crack- 
ing. 
DE83048570 59 CP T09 



HAARM3; Aerosol Behavior LOG-Normal Dist Model. 
DE83048797 100 CPT11 

LIZARD4; Nonlinear Differential Equations Solution. 
DE83048445 37 CPT11 

SAP4; Structural Analysis of Linear Systems. 
DE83048641 71 CP T14 

CAGE;BIRD;SPEC; Time-of-Flight Data Analysis. 
DE83048476 43 CPT11 

COVE1; Creep Collapse for Oval Fuel Pin Tube. 
DE83048817 105 CPT11 

CEBUG; Steam Generator Sodium-Water Reaction. 
DE83048548 55 CP T09 

QMESH;RENUM; Self-Organizing Mesh Generation. 
DE83048612 66 CPT13 

MOST; A Multidimensional Optimization Scheme. 
DE83048446 37 CP T03 

SCHAFF; Heat and Water Transfer in Porous Media. 
DE83048802 101 CPT11 

TROUT; MUG Multigroup Cross Section Library Mainte- 

n3nc6 
DE83048493 46 CPT11 

BH99; Extreme Value Distribution Data Analysis. 
DE83048621 67 CP T09 

EMERALD REVISION 1; PWR Accident Activity Re- 

DE83048546 55 CP T13 

COMB; One-Dimensional High-Temperature Coal Com- 

bustor Model. 
DE83048811 103 CP T09 

SHELL5; Thin Shell Three-Dimensional Structural Anal- 
ysis. 
DE83048452 39 CPT11 

DE/STEP,INTRP;DEROOT/STEP,INTRP; Solution of 

Ordinary Differential Equations. 
DE83048640 71 CPT11 

BUSHL; Cylindrical Shell Buckling Collapse Analysis. 
DE83048481 44 CPT11 

GLOVE CHANGE ANALYSIS SYSTEM; Glove Data 

Base. 
DE83048813 104 CPT11 

PLOT-3D; Three-Dimensional Plots on IBM2280 or Cal- 

Comp780. 
DE83048544 55 CP T09 

HAFMAT; System Steady-State Flow Distribution. 
DE83048616 67 CPT11 

CYGR03; Oxide Fu