# Keyword:PRINTLIB

PRINTLIB print

This keyword causes the printing of the data libraries in a readable form. The output consists of ten blocks of data, the contents of which are:

1. decay data, including fission yields if appropriate, for each nuclide
2. the branching ratios of decays for each radionuclide
3. the cross section data (including uncertainties) for each reaction in the specified projectile spectrum
4. nuclides which will give a bremsstrahlung contribution to the γ dose rate
5. the projectile spectrum used to collapse the cross-section library
6. the photon and particle decay spectral lines energy and intensity for unstable nuclides
7. a list giving the library source of the ENDF cross section data file for each nuclide (ENDF library input only)
8. a list giving the library source of the ENDF decay data file for each nuclide (ENDF library input only)
9. a compact summary of the decay data, including parent nuclide state, half life, decay modes and decay fractions
10. a summary of element standard densities and isotope natural abundances used in the code

The value of the parameter print determines which blocks are output, from these options:

0 Blocks 1-5
1 Block 1
2 Blocks 2-5
3 Block 5
4 Block 3 to extra significant figures in two-column format, with the collapsed dpa and kerma cross-sections included
5 Block 6
6 Block 7
7 Block 8
8 Block 9
9 Block 10

Note that if no uncertainty data exist in the library then the keyword NOERROR must be used before PRINTLIB.

Note that it is generally recommended that a separate FISPACT-II run is used, to print library output and no inventory, for each decay data library and kept for reference.

Example usage, for printing option 4 (Block 3 to extra significant figures in two-column format, with the collapsed dpa and kerma cross-sections included):

< -- Control phase -- >
...
FISPACT
* Title of the simulation
< -- Initial phase -- >
...
PRINTLIB 4
...
< -- Inventory phase -- >
...