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  • Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives — Nuclear Energy Division


     
    CEA siège, 91191 Gif-sur-Yvette Cedex, France
    www.cea.fr

    Within the CEA, the Nuclear Energy Division (DEN) provides the French government and industry with technical expertise and innovation in nuclear power generation systems to develop sustainable nuclear energy that is both safe and economically competitive.
    To meet these objectives, the DEN is engaged in three main areas of investigation:
    • Optimising the current nuclear industry;
    • Developing nuclear systems of the future – dubbed “4th generation” reactors – and their fuel cycles;
    • Developing and operating large experimentation and simulation tools needed for its research programmes.
     
    As nuclear operator, the Nuclear Energy Division also has to manage and upgrade its own fleet of nuclear facilities.It carries out numerous construction and refurbishment programmes on its facilities, together with clean-up and dismantling programmes for those that have reached the end of their service life.
  • CRISTAL V2


     
    CRISTAL V2 includes 4 criticality calculation routes allowing multigroup and continuous energy calculations:
    two multigroup routes based on multigroup (281 groups) cross-sections (APOLLO2 – MORET 5 or APOLLO2 Sn calculations), a point-wise Monte Carlo route (TRIPOLI-4®) and a criticality standard calculation route. 
    CRISTAL V2 package includes all the elements necessary for criticality calculations for nuclear fuel cycle facilities (fabrication, reprocessing, etc.), storage and transportation of fissile materials. These elements include:
    • The basic nuclear data, including microscopic cross sections;
    • Computer codes (APOLLO2, TRIPOLI-4®, MORET 5);
    • Graphical User Interface (LATEC);
    • Recommended calculation options and calculation procedures.

    The cross sections libraries are mainly based on the JEFF3.1.1 nuclear evaluation.
    CRISTAL V2 Experimental Validation Database contains more than 3000 benchmarks, mainly selected in the ICSBEP Handbook.
    Complementary experiments are selected from confidential programs, for instance dedicated to Burnup Credit Applications carried out in Valduc and Cadarache centers. This database covers the various configurations encountered in criticality-safety studies.
  • Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire (IRSN)


     
    31, avenue de la Division Leclerc, 92260 Fontenay-aux-Roses, France
    http://dosimetre.irsn.fr/en-us
     
    IRSN dosimetry lab has been the French reference for more than 50 years for occupational dosimetry service :
    170 000 monitored customers - 1 250 000 analyzes per year.
    IRSN Dosimetry lab is a high capacity and high technology facility, able to offer a complete service for customers with a complete range of dosimeters: whole body – extremity – eye lens dosimeters, individual and environmental
  • International Organization for Standardization (ISO) – Working Group 8

    Sellafield Ltd., Seascale, Cumbria, CA20 1PG, United Kingdom
    www.iso.org/committee/50328.html
     
    Within the Sub-Committee 5 (SC5, « Nuclear installations, processes and technologies ») of the Technical Committee 85 (TC85, « Nuclear energy, nuclear technologies, and radiological protection ») of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the Working Group 8 (WG8, “Nuclear criticality safety”) is in charge of developing and maintaining international standards relative to the prevention of nuclear criticality accidents and to the limitation of the consequences of such accidents should they occur. WG8 is led by M. Doug BOWEN and is composed of 34 members representing 11 countries. There are currently 8 published standards and several projects under development (among which 3 are at the final stages of development).
  • SDEC France


     
    Z.I de la Gare, CS 50027 – Tauxigny, 37310 Reignac-sur-Indre
    www.sdec-france.com
     
    Since 1991, SDEC France has been a specialist in measurement instrumentation for the environment: air - water - soil. 
    As a leader in Tritium and Carbon-14 sampling, SDEC France offers a complete range of solutions for radioprotection.
    Our services: Study, custom design, industrialization, product consulting, training, on-site maintenance. 
    They trust us: IAEA, CEA, EDF, IRSN, AREVA, ANDRA, MARINE NATIONALE...
  • Silver Fir Software

    6659 Kimball Drive Ste E502, Gig Harbor, WA, 98335, United States 
    http://www.silverfirsoftware.com
     
    Silver Fir Software is an independent company focusing exclusively on improving user productivity for radiation transport simulations. Monte Carlo and deterministic radiation transport solvers are mostly developed by government agencies, with a heavy emphasis on numerical methods and little attention to improving the user experience. Our principal goal is to help organizations get the most out of their radiation transport simulations by developing user friendly software to shorten and simplify the analysis cycle. Our Attila4MC product provides users with a graphical user interface front end for MCNP® that can eliminate the most time-consuming bottlenecks in setting up, running, and visualizing Monte Carlo.
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