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Number 1

Neutron Yields from 155 MeV/Nucleon Carbon and Helium Stopping in Aluminum

L. Heilbronn, R. S. Cary, M. Cronqvist, F. Deák, K. Frankel, A. Galonsky, K. Holabird, Á. Horvath, Á. Kiss, J. Kruse, R. M. Ronningen, H. Schelin, Z. Seres, C. E. Stronach, J. Wang, P. Zecher, C. Zeitlin

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 1 / May 1999 / Pages 1-15

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Measurements of Double-Differential Cross Sections of Charged-Particle Emission Reactions for Several Structural Elements of Fusion Power Reactors by 14.1-MeV Incident Neutrons

Kokoo, Isao Murata, Akito Takahashi

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 1 / May 1999 / Pages 16-29

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Measurements of Secondary Neutrons Produced from Thick Targets Bombarded by High-Energy Helium and Carbon Ions

T. Kurosawa, N. Nakao, T. Nakamura, Y. Uwamino, T. Shibata, N. Nakanishi, A. Fukumura, K. Murakami

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 1 / May 1999 / Pages 30-57

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Interaction of 662-keV Photons with Some Solutions of Urea

K. Singh, Gagandeep, H. S. Sahota, B. S. Lark

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 1 / May 1999 / Pages 58-64

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Method of Characteristic Direction Probabilities for Heterogeneous Lattice Calculation

Ser Gi Hong, Nam Zin Cho

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 1 / May 1999 / Pages 65-77

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Neural Network and Perturbation Theory Hybrid Models for Eigenvalue Prediction

Michael G. Lysenko, Hing-Ip Wong, G. Ivan Maldonado

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 1 / May 1999 / Pages 78-89

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Numerical Stability of the Mixture Drift-Flux Equations

J. Michael Doster, Jeremy M. Kauffman

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 1 / May 1999 / Pages 90-104

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Stability of One-Dimensional Natural-Circulation Flows

J. Michael Doster, Peter K. Kendall

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 1 / May 1999 / Pages 105-117

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Recriticality Energetics of a Hypothetical Water Reflood Accident in a Damaged Light Water Reactor

K. N. Schwinkendorf

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 1 / May 1999 / Pages 118-126

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Narrow-Duct-Streaming Calculations Using Generalized Configuration Factors Within the Discrete Ordinates Method

H. Brockmann

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 1 / May 1999 / Pages 127-134

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Measurements of Neutron Photoproduction Cross Sections for 232Th and 238U Using Capture Gamma Rays

O. L. Gonçalez, L. P. Geraldo, R. Semmler

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 1 / May 1999 / Pages 135-147

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Effective Atomic Numbers and Mass Attenuation Coefficients of Some Thermoluminescent Dosimetric Compounds for Total Photon Interaction

Shivaramu, R. Amutha, V. Ramprasath

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 1 / May 1999 / Pages 148-153

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Number 2

On the Propagation of Rays in Discrete Ordinates

Kirk A. Mathews

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 2 / June 1999 / Pages 155-180

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A Variational Synthesis Nodal Discrete Ordinates Method

J. A. Favorite, W. M. Stacey

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 2 / June 1999 / Pages 181-193

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Acceleration of the Analytic Function Expansion Nodal Method by Two-Factor Two-Node Nonlinear Iteration

Kap Suk Moon, Nam Zin Cho, Jae Man Noh, Ser Gi Hong

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 2 / June 1999 / Pages 194-202

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A New Approximating Formula for Calculating Gamma-Ray Buildup Factors in Multilayer Shields

A. Assad, M. Chiron, J. C. Nimal, C. M. Diop, P. Ridoux

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 2 / June 1999 / Pages 203-216

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Derivations of the Solid Angle Subtended at a Point by First- and Second-Order Surfaces and Volumes as a Function of Elliptic Integrals

S. N. Cramer

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 2 / June 1999 / Pages 217-258

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Number 3

Neutron Spectrum Unfolding Using a Modified Truncated Singular Value Decomposition Method

D. Stuenkel, James Paul Holloway, G. F. Knoll

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 3 / July 1999 / Pages 261-272

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Measurements of the Differential Cross Sections for Elastic and Inelastic Scattering of 14-MeV Neutrons in Natural Chromium, Iron, Nickel, and Niobium

Emmanuel G. Christodoulou, Nestor C. Tsirliganis, Glenn F. Knoll

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 3 / July 1999 / Pages 273-294

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Activation Cross Sections for Reactions Induced by 14.7-MeV Neutrons on Natural Calcium and Enriched 44Ca Targets

Emil Beták, Ewa Droste, Stefan Mikolajewski, Wojciech Ratynski, Edward Rurarz, Tadeusz Kempisty, Subramanian Raman

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 3 / July 1999 / Pages 295-307

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Experimental Determination of the 234U(nth,f) Cross Section

C. Wagemans, J. Wagemans, P. Geltenbort, O. Zimmer

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 3 / July 1999 / Pages 308-311

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A Self-Adjoint Angular Flux Equation

J. E. Morel, J. M. McGhee

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 3 / July 1999 / Pages 312-325

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Neural Estimation of First-Order Sensitivity Coefficients: Application to the Control of a Simulated Pressurized Water Reactor

R. Accorsi, M. Marseguerra, E. Padovani, E. Zio

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 3 / July 1999 / Pages 326-336

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Moderator Temperature Coefficient of Reactivity in Pressurized Water Reactors: Theoretical Investigation and Numerical Simulations

M. Antonopoulos-Domis, C. Housiadas

Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 132 / Number 3 / July 1999 / Pages 337-345

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