EXFORExperimental Force
EXFORExchange Format (for experimental nuclear reaction data)
EXFORExercise Force
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In the present work, we carried out theoretical calculations of recommended cross section for 90,96[Z.sub.r] toward EXFOR. The excitation functions of induced neutron nuclear reactions (n,2n) are measured for Zr (A=90, and 96) with the aid of EXFOR library [11].
The available measured data from EXFOR library for the cross section (n,p) and (n,[alpha]), measured for Zr (A=90 and 96) have been plotted interpolated and recalculated in different fine steps and for different energy range of incident neutron by using Matlab-8.0 in order to calculate the recommended cross section for each mentioned reactions.
The EXFOR was outfitted with communications systems and computers capable of acquiring, exchanging and employing digital information throughout the battlefield.
Of course, the effectiveness of the EXFOR at cross-cuing UAVs with scattered SIGINT assets, then fusing the disparate data in systems like the new Common Ground Station, may prove so seamless that it actually undermines the need to have the EW sensor aboard the aircraft - at least in the US.
In one case, related the colonel, IEWCS monitored an OPFOR call for a fire mission against six EXFOR Paladin mobile guns; within 60 sec the information flew from the field to the GSOC to the brigade, and the vehicles were able to move in time.
No material impact from the acquisition is expected for Exfor's 1Q17 ending on 30 November 2016.
SBL used 42 Soldiers of various MOSs and combat experience levels from the Georgia Army National Guard (GAARNG) to serve as the experimentation force (EXFOR).
With the support of the Experimental Force (EXFOR) Company of 1st Battalion, 29th Infantry Regiment, AAEF will help transition the current force into the future force.
Early this year, the 29th Infantry Regiment stood up a new experimental force (EXFOR) platoon which will work in conjunction with the Soldier Battle Lab to assess new concepts, equipment, organizations, and TTP's prior to fielding or implementation.
Pulp and Paper Technical Association of Canada (PAPTAC) Montreal, Quebec, Canada, is planning the 91st Annual Meeting and EXFOR 2005 program.
EXFOR is part of PaperWeek International, hosted by The Pulp and Paper Technical Association of Canada (PAPTAC).