- Conference date: 26 September-1 October 2004
- Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico (USA)
Proton and neutron data as well as photon data are necessary in various intermediate energy applications. To meet these requirements, many groups in the world continue some activities concerning nuclear data evaluation in the energy range above 20 MeV, which is the upper limit of conventional general‐purpose evaluated nuclear data files. In this paper, reviewed is brief history of intermediate energy nuclear data development as well as Pearlstein’s contribution for it. Present status of world evaluated nuclear data files in the intermediate energy region is reported as well as evaluation methodology and sample results of evaluation and integral benchmark tests by using the case of JENDL High Energy File as an example.
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