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Conclusions of a benchmark study on the EBR-II SHRT-45R experiment
Bates, E., Zhang, D., Truong, B., Sui, D., Hu, W., Su, G. H., … Mikityuk, K. (2018). Conclusions of a benchmark study on the EBR-II SHRT-45R experiment. In Proceedings series (International Atomic Energy Agency): Vol. CN245. Fast reactors and related fuel cycles: next generation nuclear systems for sustainable development (FR17). Proceedings of an international conference organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency, hosted by the government of the Russian Federation through the state atomic energy corporation "Rosatom" and held in Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation, 26–29 June 2017 (p. 372 (10 pp.). International Atomic Energy Agency.
IAEA's coordinated research project on EBR-II shutdown heat removal tests: an overview
Batra, C., Kriventsev, V., Monti, S., Briggs, L., Hu, W., Sui, D., … Bates, E. (2018). IAEA's coordinated research project on EBR-II shutdown heat removal tests: an overview. In Proceedings series (International Atomic Energy Agency): Vol. CN245. Fast reactors and related fuel cycles: next generation nuclear systems for sustainable development (FR17). Proceedings of an international conference organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency, hosted by the government of the Russian Federation through the state atomic energy corporation "Rosatom" and held in Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation, 26–29 June 2017 (p. 361 (8 pp.). International Atomic Energy Agency.
Benchmark analyses of EBR-II shutdown heat removal tests
Briggs, L., Kriventsev, V., Monti, S., Hu, W., Sui, D., Su, G., … Truong, B. (2018). Benchmark analyses of EBR-II shutdown heat removal tests. In Proceedings series (International Atomic Energy Agency): Vol. CN245. Fast reactors and related fuel cycles: next generation nuclear systems for sustainable development (FR17). Proceedings of an international conference organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency, hosted by the government of the Russian Federation through the state atomic energy corporation "Rosatom" and held in Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation, 26–29 June 2017 (p. 004 (10 pp.). International Atomic Energy Agency.
On the feasibility of Breed-and-Burn fuel cycles in Molten Salt Reactors
Hombourger, B., Krepel, J., Mikityuk, K., & Pautz, A. (2018). On the feasibility of Breed-and-Burn fuel cycles in Molten Salt Reactors. In Proceedings series (International Atomic Energy Agency): Vol. CN245. Fast reactors and related fuel cycles: next generation nuclear systems for sustainable development (FR17). Proceedings of an international conference organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency, hosted by the government of the Russian Federation through the state atomic energy corporation "Rosatom" and held in Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation, 26–29 June 2017 (p. 388 (11 pp.). International Atomic Energy Agency.
Comparison of fast reactors performance in the closed U-Pu and Th-U cycle
Krepel, J. (2018). Comparison of fast reactors performance in the closed U-Pu and Th-U cycle. In Proceedings series (International Atomic Energy Agency): Vol. CN245. Fast reactors and related fuel cycles: next generation nuclear systems for sustainable development (FR17). Proceedings of an international conference organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency, hosted by the government of the Russian Federation through the state atomic energy corporation "Rosatom" and held in Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation, 26–29 June 2017 (p. 052 (10 pp.). International Atomic Energy Agency.
Chugging boiling in low-void SFR core: new phenomenology of unprotected loss of flow
Mambelli, S., Mikityuk, K., & Panadero, A. L. (2018). Chugging boiling in low-void SFR core: new phenomenology of unprotected loss of flow. In Proceedings series (International Atomic Energy Agency): Vol. CN245. Fast reactors and related fuel cycles: next generation nuclear systems for sustainable development (FR17). Proceedings of an international conference organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency, hosted by the government of the Russian Federation through the state atomic energy corporation "Rosatom" and held in Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation, 26–29 June 2017 (p. 451 (9 pp.). International Atomic Energy Agency.
ESFR-SMART: new Horizon-2020 project on SFR safety
Mikityuk, K., Girardi, E., Krepel, J., Bubelis, E., Fridman, E., Rineiski, A., … Garnier, J. C. (2018). ESFR-SMART: new Horizon-2020 project on SFR safety. In Proceedings series (International Atomic Energy Agency): Vol. CN245. Fast reactors and related fuel cycles: next generation nuclear systems for sustainable development (FR17). Proceedings of an international conference organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency, hosted by the government of the Russian Federation through the state atomic energy corporation "Rosatom" and held in Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation, 26–29 June 2017 (p. 450 (10 pp.). International Atomic Energy Agency.
Low-void-effect sodium-cooled core: uncertainty of local sodium void reactivity as a result of nuclear data uncertainties
Pelloni, S., Panadero, A. L., Mikityuk, K., & Pautz, A. (2018). Low-void-effect sodium-cooled core: uncertainty of local sodium void reactivity as a result of nuclear data uncertainties. In Proceedings series (International Atomic Energy Agency): Vol. CN245. Fast reactors and related fuel cycles: next generation nuclear systems for sustainable development (FR17). Proceedings of an international conference organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency, hosted by the government of the Russian Federation through the state atomic energy corporation "Rosatom" and held in Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation, 26–29 June 2017 (p. 050 (10 pp.). International Atomic Energy Agency.
Objectives and status of the OECD/NEA sub-group on Uncertainty Analysis in Modelling (UAM) for Design, Operation and Safety Analysis of SFRs (SFR-UAM)
Rimpault, G., Buiron, L., Stauff, N. E., Kim, T. K., Taiwo, T. A., Lee, Y. K., … Ivanova, T. (2018). Objectives and status of the OECD/NEA sub-group on Uncertainty Analysis in Modelling (UAM) for Design, Operation and Safety Analysis of SFRs (SFR-UAM). In Proceedings series (International Atomic Energy Agency): Vol. CN245. Fast reactors and related fuel cycles: next generation nuclear systems for sustainable development (FR17). Proceedings of an international conference organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency, hosted by the government of the Russian Federation through the state atomic energy corporation "Rosatom" and held in Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation, 26–29 June 2017 (p. 220 (13 pp.). International Atomic Energy Agency.
IAEA neutronics benchmark for EBR-II SHRT-45R
Vezzoni, B., van Rooijen, W. F. G., Fei, T., Zhang, Y., Marchetti, M., Balestra, P., & Parisi, C. (2018). IAEA neutronics benchmark for EBR-II SHRT-45R. In Proceedings series (International Atomic Energy Agency): Vol. CN245. Fast reactors and related fuel cycles: next generation nuclear systems for sustainable development (FR17). Proceedings of an international conference organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency, hosted by the government of the Russian Federation through the state atomic energy corporation "Rosatom" and held in Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation, 26–29 June 2017 (p. 070 (10 pp.). International Atomic Energy Agency.
Simulating circulating-fuel fast reactors with the coupled TRACE-PARCS code
Pettersen, E. E., & Mikityuk, K. (2017). Simulating circulating-fuel fast reactors with the coupled TRACE-PARCS code. In Proceedings series (International Atomic Energy Agency): Vol. CN245. Fast reactors and related fuel cycles: next generation nuclear systems for sustainable development (FR17). Proceedings of an international conference organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency, hosted by the government of the Russian Federation through the state atomic energy corporation "Rosatom" and held in Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation, 26–29 June 2017 (p. 059 (10 pp.). International Atomic Energy Agency.