Burn-up credit is a safety approach that accounts for the reduction in the reactivity of configurations with spent nuclear fuel due to the change in their composition after irradiation.
Criticality is the state of a nuclear reactor when there is a self-sustaining chain reaction of fissionable material. Criticality safety analysis relates to evaluation approaches in data and computat...
The NEA Working Party on Nuclear Criticality Safety (WPNCS) held its annual meetings on 6-10 July 2020 via video conference with 63 experts from 14 countries.
ICSBEP, SINBAD AND IRPhEP Technical Review Group meetings
SFCOMPO 2.0 (Spent Fuel Isotopic Composition) is a relational database designed to facilitate the search and visualisation of experimental assay data of spent nuclear fuel.
Ninth International Conference on Nuclear Criticality (ICNC2011) - Programme and call for papers
WPNCS 2019 meetings - Subgroup 2 (SG-2) agenda
WPNCS 2019 meetings - Subgroup 3 (SG-3) agenda
WPNCS 2019 meetings - Subgroup 4 (SG-4) agenda
WPNCS 2019 meetings - Subgroup 1 (SG-1) agenda