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November 16–19, 2020
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Missouri S&T’s nuclear engineering program gains department status
Missouri S&T’s pool-type nuclear reactor. Photo: Sam O’Keefe/Missouri S&T
Sixty years ago, the Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T), then known as the University of Missouri at Rolla, was one of the first U.S. institutions to offer a nuclear engineering degree. Now, decades after it was offered as an option within metallurgical engineering, Missouri S&T’s nuclear program has attained new status as the Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Science Department, the university announced on October 20.
Technical Session|Sponsored by IRD
Tuesday, November 17, 2020|3:50–5:30PM (4:50–6:30PM EST)
The session will be available to join at 3:20PM (4:20PM EST).
Cezary Bojanowski (ANL)
Erik Wilson (ANL)
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Fluid Structure Interaction Analysis for Involute Fuel Plates
Cezary Bojanowski (Argonne National Laboratory), Aurelien X. Bergeron (Argonne National Laboratory), Marta Sitek (Argonne National Laboratory), Yiqi Yu (Argonne National Laboratory), Jeremy R. Licht (Argonne National Laboratory)
From CFD Simulation to Hot Channel Factor Estimation for the Conversion of Involute Plate Research Reactor
Yiqi Yu (Argonne National Laboratory)
Microstructural Evolutions and Thermal Conductivity Degradation on Al-UMo Interface Irradiated by Swift Heavy Ions
Yinbin Miao (Argonne National Laboratory), Bei Ye (Argonne National Laboratory), Kun Mo (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Shi (Technical University of Munich), L.A. Nimmagadda (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), S. Sinha (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), M.C. Rajagopal (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Abdellatif M. Yacout (Argonne National Laboratory)
CFD Simulations of Siphon Breaking for Conditions Relevant to Research Reactors
Adam R. Kraus (Argonne National Laboratory), Jeremy R. Licht (Argonne National Laboratory)
Computational Modeling of the Cheverton and Kelley Experimental Analysis of HFIR Fuel Plate Deflections
Marta Sitek (ANL), Aurelien X. Bergeron (Argonne National Laboratory), Jeremy R. Licht (Argonne National Laboratory), CEZARY BOJANOWSKI (ANL), Yiqi Yu (Argonne National Laboratory)
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