Using NJOY to generate the temperature dependent neutron cross-section is too time-consuming in practice, especially for many nuclides. So an approach involving interpolation between nuclear data libraries at different temperatures is investigated. Based on the ACE data at different temperatures, we used ITND — an neutron cross-section interpolation program, to generate the target temperature ACE data, then we compared it with the ACE data which generated by NJOY at the same temperature. We focused on the interpolation result of 238U, 235U, 232Th, Zr, 16O, 10B and 1H at the temperature of 575K. To that nuclides, several interpolate schemes were studied, and we demonstrated the relative differences, and explain their reasons. Finally we applied these ACE data to benchmark calculation, and good agreement was observed with the benchmark results.

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