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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.
Materials in Nuclear Energy Systems (MiNES 2023)
December 10–14, 2023
New Orleans, LA|New Orleans Marriott
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Recap: The 2023 ANS Winter Meeting
The American Nuclear Society’s 2023 Winter Meeting and Expo opened on November 12, and its packed opening plenary the next day generated a lot of buzz. Featured speakers included West Virginia senators Shelley Moore Capito and Joe Manchin as well as Nuclear Regulatory Commission chair Christopher Hanson. They each addressed top issues facing the nuclear enterprise to a full house of more than 1,000 members of the wider nuclear community.
Technical Session|Panel|Sponsored by THD
Thursday, December 2, 2021|3:05–4:50PM EST |Columbia 4
Igor A. Bolotnov
Elia Merzari (Penn State)
The continuing development of HPC capabilities in recent years opened up many opportunities to address many thermal hydraulic problems in reactor systems using high resolution methodologies. The panelists will discuss the recent advancements in using HPC to simulate the reactor flows using high resolution approaches, such as DNS, LES and interface capturing techniques. Future outlook of a wider range of TH problems that can be tackled in the next decade will be discussed.
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