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Bruce Power expansion plans get federal funding infusion
The Canadian government has announced up to C$50 million ($36.8 million) in funding for predevelopment work to study the feasibility of building 4,800 megawatts of new generating capacity at the Bruce nuclear power plant in Ontario.
Wednesday, October 6, 2021|8:30–10:10AM EDT
Massimiliano Fratoni (University of California, Berkeley)
Hany S. Abdel-Khalik (Purdue Univ.)
Charles Goodman (NC State Univ.)
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Computation of Sobol' Indices Using Embedded Variance Deconvolution
James M. Petticrew (Atomic Weapons Establishment), Aaron J. Olson (Sandia)
Differential Operator Sampling Sensitivity Coefficients of Brosa Fission Model Parameters in CGMF
Brian C. Kiedrowski (Univ. of Michigan), Austin L. Carter (Univ. of Michigan), Robert J. Fonti (Univ. of Michigan), Patrick Talou (LANL)
Computation of the Time Integral Terms for GPT Burnup Sensitivity Calculations When Dealing With Short Lived Nuclides
Nicolas Linden (CEA), Aimé Tsilanizara (CEA), Jean Tommasi (CEA)
Stochastic Method for Reactivity Sensitivities Computation to High-Energy Nuclear Parameters
Elias Vandermeersch (CEA), Pierre Tamagno (CEA), Cyrille De Saint Jean (CEA)
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