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2020 ANS Virtual Winter Meeting
November 16–19, 2020
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Advanced nuclear to be a focus of reopened Arctic Energy Office
The Department of Energy has announced the reestablishment of the Arctic Energy Office (AEO), to be located on the campus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The AEO was originally established in 2001 but failed to receive sufficient funding. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette had pledged to reopen the office by the close of the current federal fiscal year.
The focus of the AEO, according to the DOE, will include international cooperation on Arctic issues, research on methane hydrates, and the development of advanced microgrids and nuclear power systems, such as small modular reactors.
Technical Session|Sponsored by MSTD
Wednesday, November 18, 2020|11:00AM–1:10PM (12:00–2:10PM EST)
The session will be available to join at 10:30AM (11:30AM EST).
Kallie E. Metzger
Kenneth J. Geelhood
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Assessment of Fuel Relocation of Halden 650.5 LOCA Experiment based on Microstructure Observation and FRAPTRAN Prediction
Joosuk Lee (Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety)
Fabrication and Microstructural Analysis of U6Fe
Thomas C. Kirtley (University of Texas at San Antonio), Elizabeth S. Sooby (University of Texas San Antonio)
A Stochastic Clad Damage Propagation Model for Lead Fast Reactors
Aydin Karahan (Argonne National Laboratory), Michael Epstein (Fauske & Associates, LLC), Sung Jin Lee (Fauske & Associates, LLC), Tanju Sofu (Argonne National Laboratory), Paolo Ferroni (Westinghouse Electric Co. LLC), Jun Liao (Westinghouse Electric Company), Adrian Tentner (Argonne National Laboratory), Anton Moisseytsev (Argonne National Laboratory)
Validation of Extended Oxide Fuel Performance Models of SAS4A
Aydin Karahan (Argonne National Laboratory)
Simulation of Experimental Study on Nuclear Fuel Cracking
Casey Steinman (Idaho State University), Mary Lou Dunzik-Gougar (Idaho State University)
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