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Members focus on the dissemination of knowledge and information in the area of power reactors with particular application to the production of electric power and process heat. The division sponsors meetings on the coverage of applied nuclear science and engineering as related to power plants, non-power reactors, and other nuclear facilities. It encourages and assists with the dissemination of knowledge pertinent to the safe and efficient operation of nuclear facilities through professional staff development, information exchange, and supporting the generation of viable solutions to current issues.
2024 ANS Annual Conference
June 9–12, 2024
Las Vegas, NV|The Mirage
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New report details impact of nuclear energy in southeastern U.S.
A seminal new report by the Southeast Nuclear Advisory Council and E4 Carolinas has identified the significant economic impact of the nuclear industry within the southeastern United States. The report, The Economic Impact of the Nuclear Industry in the Southeast United States, provides a baseline for future research into the crucial role nuclear power plants play in shaping regional economies and facilitating the shift to clean energy.
The Consortium for Advanced Simulation of Light Water Reactors Virtual Meeting
Technical Session|Panel|Sponsored by Radiation Transport Methods
Wednesday, November 18, 2020|4:50–6:30PM EST
Tara Pandya (ORNL)
Bill Martin (Univ. of Michigan)
Scott Palmtag (NC State Univ.)
Monica V Pham (MIT)
Ralph Wiser (MIT)
The panel members will present their thoughts on the prospects (near-term and far-term) for Monte Carlo to be a routine tool for full-core reactor analysis including depletion and thermal-hydraulic feedback.
Following these brief remarks, questions from the audience will be entertained.
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Prospects for Full Core Monte Carlo Depletion with T/H Feedback
Daniel J. Kelly (BMPC)
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