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Future job opportunities highlight Friday Plenary at ANS Student Conference
The second day of the 2021 ANS Virtual Student Conference, on April 9, hosted by North Carolina State University opened with the plenary, “Student Opportunities within the Nuclear Community.” The session featured three panelists, each representing a different sector of the nuclear community.
Technical Session|Sponsored by THD
Thursday, November 19, 2020|11:15AM–1:00PM (12:15–2:00PM EST)
Brian G. Woods
Seung Jun Kim
Janet Davis (American Nuclear Society)
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An Evaluation of Containment Design for SMART100
Seongho Jee (KEPCO-ENC), Gyucheon Lee (KEPCO-ENC), Minsoo Park (KEPCO-ENC), Seokjeong Park (KEPCO-ENC), Seongsoo Jeon (FNC Technology Co.), Seongwon Lim (KAERI), Hanrim Choi (KEPCO-ENC)
DASSH software for ducted assembly thermal hydraulics calculations - overview and benchmark
Florent Heidet (Argonne National Laboratory), Micheal A. Smith (Argonne National Laboratory), Milos I. Atz (Argonne National Laboratory)
Scaling Analysis of the SFR Cartridge Loop
Mitchell T. Farmer (Argonne National Laboratory), Mamoru Ishii (Purdue University), Seungjin Kim (Purdue University), Guanyi Wang (Purdue University), Zhengting Quan (Purdue University), Ran Kong (Purdue University)
Analyzing APR1400 Under Load Follow Operation Using Multi-Physics Simulation
Aya Diab (KEPCO International Nuclear Graduate School (KINGS)), Abd El Rahman M. Abou El Ala (KEPCO International Nuclear Graduate School (KINGS))
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