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Accelerator-Driven System Benchmarks at Kyoto University Critical Assembly

Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology

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The Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology (JNST) publishes internationally peer-reviewed papers that contribute to the exchange of research, ideas and developments in the field of nuclear science and technology, to contribute peaceful and sustainable development of the World. We have given access to the below selection of articles for a limited time only.

 

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Introduction: Special issue on accelerator-driven system benchmarks at Kyoto University Critical AssemblyCheol Ho Pyeon, Alberto Talamo & Masahiro Fukushima
Real-time subcriticality monitoring system based on a highly sensitive optical fiber detector in an accelerator-driven system at the Kyoto University Critical Assembly
Kenichi Watanabe, Masao Yamanaka,Tomohiro Endo & Cheol Ho Pyeon
Calculation of the prompt neutron decay constant for the KUCA facility driven by a stationary or pulsed external neutron source
Alberto Talamo, Yousry Gohar, Masao Yamanaka & Cheol Ho Pyeon
Paralyzable and non-paralyzable dead-time corrections for the neutron detectors of the KUCA facility driven by external neutron sources
Alberto Talamo, Yousry Gohar, Masao Yamanaka & Cheol Ho Pyeon
Measurement of prompt neutron decay constant with spallation neutrons at Kyoto University Critical Assembly using linear combination method
Ryota Katano, Masao Yamanaka & Cheol Ho Pyeon
Estimation of kinetics parameters by Monte Carlo fixed-source calculations for point kinetic analysis of accelerator-driven system
Hyung Jin Shim, Donghun Kim, Masao Yamanaka & Cheol Ho Pyeon
Numerical benchmark problem of solid-moderated enriched-uranium-loaded core at Kyoto university critical assembly
Go Chiba & Tomohiro Endo
Nuclear data-induced uncertainty quantification of prompt neutron decay constant based on perturbation theory for ADS experiments at KUCA
Tomohiro Endo, Kenichi Watanabe, Go Chiba, Masao Yamanaka, Willem Frederik Geert van Rooijen & Cheol Ho Pyeon
Experimental analyses of βeff/Λ in accelerator-driven system at Kyoto University Critical Assembly
Masao Yamanaka, Cheol Ho Pyeon, Tomohiro Endo, Kenichi Watanabe, Go Chiba & Willem Frederik Geert van Rooijen

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