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2024 ANS Annual Conference
June 16–19, 2024
Las Vegas, NV|Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
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The reality of radiation
Rep. Brandon Williams
Rep. Byron Donalds
For many Americans, the word “radiation” is often associated with fear of the unknown, yet the medical and scientific reality is that radiation is ever present in nature and is beneficial to human life. The truth behind radiation historically has been distorted and stigmatized—even the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission recognizes that “radiation is naturally present in our environment, as it has been since before the birth of this planet.”
To embrace a responsible, low-carbon energy future, the American public should be aware of the beneficial applications of radiation instead of fearing it due to unsubstantiated hysteria generated by opponents of responsible nuclear energy.
Wednesday, October 6, 2021|3:30–5:10PM EDT
Cory Hauck (ORNL)
Terry S. Haut (LLNL)
Joe Coale (NC State Univ.)
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Multiple Balance Time-Discretization: A Robust Second-Order Method for Multi-Physics Simulations
Ilham Variansyah (Univ. of Michigan), Edward W. Larsen (Univ. of Michigan), William R. Martin (Univ. of Michigan)
Anderson Acceleration Applied To Multiphysics Simulation of Boiling Water Reactors Using VERA
Jesse P. Jones (ORNL), Benjamin S. Collins (ORNL), Mehdi Asgari (ORNL)
Application of the Adaptive Residual Balance Method on an APOLLO3® - THEDI Coupling and Comparison with Anderson Acceleration
Robin Delvaux (CEA), Cyril Patricot (CEA)
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A Multilevel Projective Method and Residual Balance Algorithm for Circulating Fuel Reactor Kinetics
Aaron J. Reynolds (Oregon State Univ.), Todd S. Palmer (Oregon State Univ.)
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