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August 7–10, 2022
Marco Island, FL|JW Marriott Marco Island
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Groups prod G7 to support nuclear for climate, security
A group of six organizations have issued a statement to world leaders currently gathered at the G7 summit in Germany that highlights nuclear energy’s strengths in addressing the current global challenges of environmental sustainability and energy security and urges additional support.
Monday, May 16, 2022|1:30–3:15PM EDT|Brighton I/II
Maria Avramova (NCSU)
Ishita Trivedi (INL)
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Status of the OECD/NEA Watts Bar Unit 1 Benchmark and Calculations of Local Reactor Core Power Data of the Zero Power Physics Tests
T. Albagami (NCSU), P. Rouxelin (NCSU), S. Palmtag (NCSU), M. Avramova (NCSU), K. Ivanov (NCSU)
Whole Core Analysis of OECD/NEA TVA-WB1 Benchmark Exercise 1 Using Continuous-Energy Monte Carlo Code MVP with JENDL-4.0u and ENDF/B-VII.0
Motomu Suzuki (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry)
OECD/NEA MPCMIV Benchmark -- Preliminary Fuel Performance Results
Quentin Faure (NCSU), Gregory Delipei (NCSU), Maria Avramova (NCSU), Kostadin Ivanov (NCSU)
Investigation of the OECD/NEA PWR MOX/Uo2 Core Transient Benchmark Using a Coupled Whole Core Pin-by-Pin Route in WIMS
Alan Charles (Jacobs), Magda Stefanowska (Jacobs), Jean Lavarenne (Jacobs), Brendan Tollit (Jacobs), Peter Smith (Jacobs)
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