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June 14–16, 2021
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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
Wednesday, November 18, 2020|11:00AM–1:10PM (12:00–2:10PM EST)
Dillon R. Shaver
Elia Merzari (Penn State)
Igor A. Bolotnov (NCSU)
Erica McGowan (American Nuclear Society)
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Verification of Transient Simulations Using the SAS4A/SASSYS-1 Coupled Channel Interface
Daniel O'Grady (Argonne National Laboratory), Guanheng Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory), Thomas H. Fanning (Argonne National Laboratory), Rui Hu (Argonne National Laboratory), Guojun Hu (Argonne National Laboratory), Thanh Q. Hua (Argonne National Laboratory), Acacia J. Brunett (Argonne National Laboratory)
Joint SAS4A/SASSYS-1 Development for Lead Cooled Fast Reactor Safety Analysis
Anton Moisseytsev (ANL), Thomas H. Fanning (ANL), Daniel O’Grady (ANL), Thanh Quoc Hua (ANL), Adrian M. Tentner (ANL), Aydin Karahan (ANL), Acacia J. Brunett (ANL), Tanju Sofu (ANL), Michael Epstein (Fauske & Associates, LLC), Sung Jin Lee (Fauske & Associates, LLC), Daniel L. Wise (Westinghouse Electric Co.), Paolo Ferroni (Westinghouse Electric Co.), Jun Liao (Westinghouse Electric Company)
Implementation of an Extended Reactor Vessel Heat Rejection Modeling Capability in SAS4A/SASSYS-1
Thomas H. Fanning (Argonne National Laboratory), Acacia J. Brunett (Argonne National Laboratory), Daniel O'Grady (Argonne National Laboratory)
NekRS: Massively parallel fluid flow simulations in reactor cores
Elia Merzari (Pennsylvania State University), Misun Min (Argonne National Laboratory), Yu-Hsiang Lan (Argonne National Laboratory), Stefan Kerkemeier (Argonne National Laboratory), Paul Fischer (University of Illinois)
Statistical Uncertainties of Passive Scalars in a Direct Numerical Simulation of Low-Prandtl Fluid Flow over a Backward Facing Step
Iztok Tiselj (Jožef Stefan Institute), Jure Oder (Jozef Stefan Institut)
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