Bret is in charge of the LLNL
nuclear (neutron, charged particles, and gamma) deterministic transport processed
data files and access routines, a package called LIBNDF.A.
and testing the access routines and data as well as porting LIBNDF.A to
developing a package called FUDGE that allows users to vary the LLNL nuclear
data, pre-processed data, for use in sensitivity studies. This package’s
top-level interface is Python. FUDGE allows users to create deterministic
and Monte-Carlo processed data files from the pre-processed modified data;
allowing the user to test the sensitivity of his/her simulation to variation
in nuclear data.
developing a graphical viewer of the LLNL nuclear pre-processed and processed
data. Mondavi will allow users to apply a flux-weighted collapse, just like
their codes, of the processed data before viewing.
an experiment at the LLNL SuperEBIT facility to excite the 216.7keV nuclear
state of 189Os to study inverse internal conversion. Inverse internal conversion
is of interest because it explores the atomic/nuclear interface, has been
sparsely studied and may have energy applications.