IV. B1.ANGEWANDTE KERNDATEN
APPLIED NUCLEAR DATA
PERSONAL – STAFF
Scientific staff: Univ.Prof. Dr. Manfred Drosg
FORSCHUNG – RESEARCH
Late 2016 my scientific retirement became effective, at an age of 75. In the future there
will be hardly any scientific work originating from me.
KOOPERATIONEN - past CO-OPERATIONS
Nuclear Data Section
NNDC of Brookhaven National Laboratory
Japanese Atomic Energy Research Institute, Tokai-mura
Centre d'Etudes de Bruyeres-le-Chatel
AKTUELLES – present STATUS
After having been formally retired for several years I have now run out of measured data, so
that the actual scientific retirement becomes unavoidable. The sole projects to expect are
neutron emission from the boron isotopes.
VERÖFFENTLICHUNGEN - PUBLICATIONS
M. DROSG: “Measurement of angle-dependent differential cross sections of 2H(t,n)4He with triton energies from 5.97 to 16.41 MeV”, Report INDC(AUS)-0021 (2017).
B. Hoop, S. M. Grimes, and M. DROSG: ”Estimation of d-2H Breakup Neutron Distribution From d-3He”, Nucl.Sci.Eng., 188, 102-107(2017).
"DROSG-2000v12.01: Neutron Source Reactions. Data files with three
computer codes for 60 accelerator-based two-body
neutron source reactions", documented in the IAEA report IAEA-NDS-87 Rev.
10 (February 2017), IAEA,
M. DROSG, “LARELKIN Two-body relativistic kinematics code” (Version 1.12.1), report IAEA-NDS-08, February 2017 (upgraded version with masses from Atomic Mass Evaluation 2012 as data base. An executable for MSWindows on computers with 32- or 64-bit is provided). In addition, the attempt was made to cover ALL CASES of collimated emitted particles. Only time can show whether this attempt fully succeeded.
The heart of this code, namely the kinematics calculation was verified independently by Bernard Hoop using http://skisickness.com/2010/04/relativistic-kinematics-calculator/
VERSCHIEDENES – MISCELLANEOUS
Scientific Advisor to Maria-Schaumayer Stiftung
Referent für Appl.Rad.Isot.
Referent für Nucl.Sci.Eng.
Referent für Nucl.Inst.Meth.
© Manfred Drosg, Fakultät für
Physik der Universität Wien