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2022 ANS Annual Meeting
June 12–16, 2022
Anaheim, CA|Anaheim Hilton
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Technical Session|Sponsored by FCWMD
Wednesday, December 1, 2021|3:20–4:45PM (4:20–5:45PM EST)|Fairchild
Sven Bader (Orano Federal Services)
Christina Leggett (Booz Allen Hamilton)
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Augmentation and Bounding of i-LAMP via Addition of Panels from an Operating Spent Fuel Pool
3:25–3:45PM (4:25–4:45PM EST)
Hatice Akkurt (EPRI)
Demonstration of i-LAMP via Case Studies and Proposed Implementation Path
3:45–4:05PM (4:45–5:05PM EST)
A Practical Case Study of a Submerged Encapsulation System for Defective/Damaged Fuel Bundles
4:05–4:25PM (5:05–5:25PM EST)
Vito Bagdonavicius (ATS Industrial Automation)
Study on Flammable Gas Generation and Radionuclide Release During Underwater Handling of AM Reactor Spent Fuel
4:25–4:45PM (5:25–5:45PM EST)
A. Gayazov (Sosny R&D Co.), A. Leshchenko (Sosny R&D Co.), V. Smirnov (Sosny R&D Co.), P. Ilyin (JSC SSC RIAR), V. Teplov (JSC SSC RIAR)
Presentation Video — Leshchenko_Study on Flammable Gas Generation
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