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The IAEA provides access to a wide variety of databases and scientific resources. A central portal is NUCLEUS, which assembles over 130 IAEA scientific, technical and regulatory resources, including databases, applications, publications and training material. Other databases give access to nuclear scientific data and information on nuclear energy-related issues.

DIRAC is the world’s most comprehensive database on radiotherapy resources. It comprises current and historical global data on radiotherapy centres, teletherapy machines, brachytherapy units, treatment planning systems, computed tomography systems and simulators.

Modular system of nuclear reaction codes for advanced modeling of nuclear reactions using various theoretical models. Modular system of nuclear reaction codes for advanced modeling of nuclear reactions using various theoretical models.

The ENDF/B Pre-processing codes (PREPRO), is a collection of 16 computer codes.

ENDF File Verification Support Package. Experimental and evaluated nuclear reaction data are compiled world-wide in EXFOR and in ENDF format, respectively (see documents IAEA-NDS-1 and IAEA-NDS-10).

ENSDF Analysis and Utility programs (ALPHAD, LOGFT, etc.). The National Nuclear Data Center maintains and distributes various programs in support of the International Atomic Energy Agency sponsored Nuclear Structure and Decay Data Network.

EPRIMS is an interactive, web-based tool for Member States to share information on their EPR capabilities for nuclear and radiological emergencies at the preparedness stage.

Core nuclear reaction database containing evaluated cross sections, spectra, angular distributions, fission product yields, photo-atomic and thermal scattering law data, with emphasis on neutron induced reactions.

The ENSDF database contains evaluated nuclear structure and decay information for over 2900 nuclides. The file is updated on a continuous basis. New evaluations are published in Nuclear Data Sheets.

The EXFOR library contains an extensive compilation of experimental nuclear reaction data. The library contains data from more than 20,700 experiments. The EXFOR library contains an extensive compilation of experimental nuclear reaction data.

FCRIS is a chemical food contaminant resource of the Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture. It focuses on Codex food standards/guidelines and reducing the incidence of food trade rejections as a result of chemical contaminants and violative levels of residues.

The Fuel Incident Notification and Analysis System (FINAS) is an international system jointly operated by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Nuclear Energy Agency of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD/NEA).

This Electronic textbook has been made available to the interested reader in order to support self-study for those who are unfamiliar with basic nuclear engineering.

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