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Similarity of the PMM-2 Critical Experiments and Criticality Safety Cases Based on the keff Sensitivity Analysis
Mariya Brovchenko (IRSN), Nicolas Arphant (IRSN)
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Investigation of Delayed Neutron Sensitivities for Several ICSBEP Benchmarks Using MCNP
J. Hutchinson (LANL), N. Kleedtke (LANL), J. Alwin (LANL), A. Clark (LANL), T. Cutler (LANL), W. Haeck (LANL), R. Little (LANL), D. Neudecker (LANL), M. Rising (LANL), T. Smith (LANL), N. Thompson (LANL)
Validation of Jezebel Reactivity Coefficients and Sensitivity Analysis
Theresa Cutler (LANL), Jesson Hutchinson (LANL), Noah Kleedtke (LANL), Michael Rising (LANL), Denise Neudecker (LANL), Bob Little (LANL), Nick Thompson (LANL)
Effective Delayed Neutron Fraction and Reactivity Coefficient Sensitivity-Based Similarity Metrics for New Experiment Design Optimization
N. Kleedtke (LANL), J. Hutchinson (LANL), I. Michaud (LANL), T. Grove (LANL)
A Verification of Flux Sensitivity Estimates Using the MCNP Tally Perturbation Tool
Juliann R. Lamproe (Univ. of Michigan), Theresa E. Cutler (LANL), Michael Y. Hua (Univ. of Michigan), Alexander R. Clark (LANL), Jesson D. Hutchinson (LANL), Shaun D. Clarke (Univ. of Michigan), Sara A. Pozzi (Univ. of Michigan)
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