MOD-5 : a computer code for calculations of neutron time-energy distributions in the slowing down region
Williamson, Theodore Joseph
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The document provides users' information for a computer code, MOD-5, which calculates the time and energy dependent evolution of the neutron density in homogeneous media following initiation of a pulsed neutron source of arbitrary energy distribution. The code is based on a discrete stochastic model of the neutron slowing down process developed by the author. (Author)
NPS Report NumberNPS-61WN71061A
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