Modular system of nuclear reaction codes for advanced modeling of nuclear reactions using various theoretical models.
EMPIRE is intended to be a general, flexible, and easy to use tool for basic research and evaluation of nuclear data. It offers a possibility of combining several theoretical approaches, choosing among alternative input parameters and calculating extended set of observables in a single run. Nuclear data evaluation is facilitated by the ENDF-6 formatting, file verification and graphical comparison with experimental data.
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Last Resource Update : 2011
NAPC - Nuclear Data Section
Codes and Numerical Data
Nuclear reaction codes, modelling, cross sections, covariance