New program to simulate efficiency of low-energy neutron extraction systems
Patents, 21 July 2023
The Innovations and Intellectual Property Department of JINR announces that the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research has received a certificate of state registration of the software “Monte Carlo Simulation of nanodispersed extraction systems for low-energy neutrons (MCSnes)” on 4 July 2023. Authors are Alexander Nezvanov and Eyvaz Teymurov (the Laboratory of Neutron Physics JINR).
Congratulations to the authors on receiving the state registration of the program!
“Monte Carlo Simulation of nanodispersed extraction systems for low-energy neutrons (MCSnes)”
The program is designed to simulate the efficiency of low-energy neutron extraction systems. The material of a neutron reflector included in the design of an extraction system is a nanodispersed medium based on detonation nanodiamonds. It is possible to set the initial energy spectrum of neutrons. The program allows calculating total neutron extraction probability, as well as angular and temporal characteristics of the extracted neutron beam. The program can be used to design low-energy neutron sources, namely to simulate the operation of nanodispersed reflectors included in the design of such sources and the optimisation of their parameters.
Computer type: IBM PC-compatible. PC based on Intel Pentium Dual-Core (or its equivalent) processor and further versions. OS: Windows 7/10, Windows Server 2016/2019, macOS 10.12 (Sierra), and further versions; Linux (Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 19.04, 19.10 and further versions; RHEL 6-8; CentOS 6- 8; Debian 8-10; OpenSUSE Leap 15-15.1; Fedora 29-31)
Programing language: Geant4
Program size: 15.1 МБ