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AGENT Code: Open Architecture Analysis and Configuration of Research Reactors - Graphic Tools

Abstract : Two papers presented in this Conference focuses on our recent development of the advanced computational environment for the analysis and configuration of University Research and Training Reactors (URTRs). This computational environment is intending to assist researchers and educators with tools for an open-architecture neutronic analysis and configuration of the URTRs (to optimize experiments, fuel locations for flux shaping, detector selection and configuration). Such computational environment does not currently exist. The method of characteristics based computer code, AGENT will revolutionize the way in which URTR research is planned, deployed and analyzed through the so called "virtual reactor environment." This paper provides an overview of the graphic tools that were designed to support the AGENT code programming architecture. An analysis of the visualization techniques, graphics operations that are supported and the computational interaction that is allowed is described in details.
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Dimitrios Andritsos, Tatjana Jevremovic. AGENT Code: Open Architecture Analysis and Configuration of Research Reactors - Graphic Tools. The Physics of Fuel Cycles and Advanced Nuclear Systems: Global Developments, 2004, Chicago, United States. ⟨hal-00643772⟩

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