2 edition of Monte Carlo-based validation of the ENDF/MC-II/SDX cell homogenization path found in the catalog.
Monte Carlo-based validation of the ENDF/MC-II/SDX cell homogenization path
D. C. Wade
by Dept. of Energy, [Office of Energy Research], Argonne National Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Argonne, Ill, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by D. C. Wade, Applied Physics Division, Argonne National Laboratory.|
|Series||ANL ; 79-5, ANL -- 79-5.|
|Contributions||Argonne National Laboratory., Argonne National Laboratory. Applied Physics Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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MONTE CARLO - BASED VALIDATION OF THE ENDF/MC~-II/SDX CXLL HOMOGENIZATION PATH D. Wade Applied Physics Division Argonne National Laboratory USA Submitted to: IAEA/NEACRP Specialist Meeting on Homogenization Methods in Reactor Physics Wllrenlingen, Switzerland November Title: Monte Carlo-based validation of the ENDF/MC/sup 2/-II/SDX cell homogenization path The results are presented of a program of validation of the unit cell homogenization prescriptions and codes used for the analysis of Zero Power Reactor (ZPR) fast breeder reactor critical experiments.
Get this from a library. Monte Carlo-based validation of the ENDF/MC²-II/SDX cell homogenization path. [D C Wade; Argonne National Laboratory.; Argonne National Laboratory. Applied Physics Division.]. Monte Carlo-based Validation of the ENDF/MC2-II/SDX Cell Homogenization Path by D.
Wade ABSTRACT This report summarizes the results of a program of valida- tion of the unit cell homogenization prescriptions and codes used for the analysis of Zero Power Reactor (ZPR) fast breeder re- actor critical by: 2.
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