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NCSU’s advanced research reactor study to be funded by state
North Carolina’s fiscal year 2024 budget for the state has allocated $3 million for North Carolina State University, in Raleigh, to conduct a study to assess the feasibility for the establishment of an advanced nuclear research reactor.
Technical Session|Sponsored by MSTD
Thursday, June 11, 2020|10:00–11:45AM EDT
Kenneth J. Geelhood
Kallie E. Metzger
Jay Bogardus (American Nuclear Society)
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Performance Analysis of Silicon Carbide Composite Clad Uranium Carbide Fuel during Reactivity Initiated Accident
Hangbok Choi (General Atomics), John Bolin (General Atomics)
Microstructural Analysis of the SiC Layer of Tristructural-Isotropic Particles in High-Temperature Steam Atmospheres
Katherine Montoya (Univ. of Texas, San Antonio), Brian A. Brigham (Univ. of Texas, San Antonio), Tyler J. Gerczak (ORNL), Elizabeth Sooby Wood (Univ. of Texas, San Antonio)
Using Machine Learning to Predict the Oxidation of Graphite
Cole Moczygemba (Univ. of Texas, San Antonio), Michael Geyer (Univ. of Texas, San Antonio), Amanda Fernandez (Univ. of Texas, San Antonio), Elizabeth Sooby (Univ. of Texas, San Antonio)
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