Reference paper

Last update: 12 April 2019

We recommend the user to reference the TENDL library with the following possibilities:

  • A.J. Koning, D. Rochman, J. Sublet, N. Dzysiuk, M. Fleming and S. van der Marck, "TENDL: Complete Nuclear Data Library for Innovative Nuclear Science and Technology", Nuclear Data Sheets 155 (2019) 1, see here.
  • A.J. Koning and D. Rochman, "Modern Nuclear Data Evaluation With The TALYS Code System", Nuclear Data Sheets 113 (2012) 2841, see here.
  • D. Rochman, A.J. Koning, J.Ch. Sublet, M. Fleming, et al, "The TENDL library: hope, reality and future", proceedings of the International Conference on Nuclear Data for Science and Technology, September 11-16, 2016, Bruges, Belgium, see here.
  • J.Ch. Sublet, A.J. Koning, D. Rochman, M. Fleming and M. Gilbert, "TENDL-2015: Delivering Both Completeness and Robustness", Advances in Nuclear Nonproliferation Technology and Policy Conference, Sept. 25-30, Santa Fe, NM, USA, see here.
  • M. Fleming, J.C. Sublet, J. Kopecky, D. Rochman and A.J. Koning, "Probing experimental and systematic trends of the neutron-induced TENDL-2014 nuclear data library", CCFE report UKAEA-R(15)29, October 2015, see here.
  • About us


    A.J. Koning

    Founder of TENDL (2008)

    Developer of TALYS, TEFAL, TASMAN and T6

    Since July 27, 2015, head of the Nuclear Data Section, IAEA, Vienna, Austria

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    D. Rochman

    Founder of TENDL (2008)

    Developer of TARES, TAFIS, TANES and T6

    Since January 1, 2015, physicist at the Reactor Physics and Systems Behaviour Laboratory, PSI, Villigen, Switzerland

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    J.Ch. Sublet

    TENDL processing, fusion and activation benchmarking

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