Calculation of GammaRay Buildup Factors up to Depths of 100 mfp by the Method of Invariant Embedding, (I) : Analysis of Accuracy and Comparison with Other Data

 Shimizu Akinao SHIMIZU Akinao
 The Wakasa Wan Energy Research Center
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 Shimizu Akinao SHIMIZU Akinao
 The Wakasa Wan Energy Research Center
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 Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology

Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology 39(5), 477486, 20020525
Atomic Energy Society of Japan
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