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August 7–10, 2022
Marco Island, FL|JW Marriott Marco Island
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Wednesday, May 18, 2022|1:30–3:15PM EDT|Brighton III/IV
John D. Bess
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Preliminary Experiment in a Graphite-Moderated Core to Avoid Full Mock-Up Experiment for the Future First Commercial HTGR
S. Okita (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), Y. Fukaya (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), A. Sakon (Kindai Univ.), T. Sano (Kindai Univ.), Y. Takahashi (Kyoto Univ.), H. Unesaki (Kyoto Univ.)
Attachment — Presenter's biography
Sockeye Validation Support Using the SPHERE Facility
Joshua Hansel (INL), Jeremy Hartvigsen (INL), Lander Ibarra (ANL), Piyush Sabharwall (INL), Bo Feng (ANL)
Validation of Serpent 2 Depletion Calculations Against Experimental Data from the Advanced Gas Reactor (AGR) Irradiation Campaign
Tatiana Siaraferas (Univ. California, Berkeley), Massimiliano Fratoni (Univ. California, Berkeley)
Attachment — Short Biography
Beta-Ray-Bremsstrahlung Contribution to the Delayed-Photoneutron Group for Heavy Water Reactor
Yanuar Ady Setiawan (Ulsan Nat'l Institute of Science and Technology), Hemantika Sengar (Amity Univ., Noida), Douglas A. Fynan (Ulsan Nat'l Institute of Science and Technology)
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