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| HTGR particle-cell burnup example
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| [[HTGR particle-cell burnup example|Serpent input file]]
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| Single HTGR fuel particle in an infinite lattice
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| HTGR fuel pebble burnup example
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| [[HTGR fuel pebble burnup example|Serpent input file]]
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| Single HTGR fuel pebble in an infinite lattice, demonstrates the explicit particle fuel model
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| HTGR fuel compact burnup example
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| [[HTGR fuel compact burnup example|Serpent input file]]
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| Single HTGR fuel compact in an infinite lattice, demonstrates the explicit particle fuel model
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| [[Automated burnup sequence example 2#Input|Serpent input file]], [[Automated burnup sequence example 2#Output|Partial output]]
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|Tank filled with molten salt with natural circulation based distributions from <ref>Leppänen, J. et al. ''"Unstructured mesh based multi-physics interface for CFD code coupling in the Serpent 2 Monte Carlo code"'' In proc. PHYSOR 2014, Kyoto, Japan, Sept. 28 - Oct. 3, 2014.</ref>
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| [[Molten salt tank with natural circulation|Serpent input files]]
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| Simplified molten salt tank with temperature and density distributions to test the unstructured mesh based interface
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| JLe / VTT + Manuele Aufiero
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| A 37 assembly SMR sized reactor core.
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| [[Kraken SMR progression problem|Serpent input files]]
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| A rather detailed SMR sized reactor core based on data from the BEAVRS benchmark and a core size as well as radial reflector structure from the NuScale reactor concept.
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| ULa / VTT
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| HTTR full core model
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| [[HTTR full core model|Serpent input files]]
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| 3D model of the Japanese gas-cooled High Temperature Engineering Test Reactor (HTTR).
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Latest revision as of 10:27, 13 May 2022

Simple 2D assembly geometry examples

Description Files Notes Added by Date
2D BWR fuel assembly geometry Serpent input file Demonstrates basic features for geometry, material and detector definitions JLe / VTT 15/11/26
2D CANDU fuel bundle geometry Serpent input file Demonstrates the circular array structure JLe / VTT 15/11/26
2D VVER-440 fuel assembly geometry Serpent input file Demonstrates the hexagonal lattice and calculation of flux and reaction rate spectra JLe / VTT 15/11/26
2D PWR MOX/UOX lattice geometry Serpent input file Demonstrates the use of two nested lattices (pins in assembly and assemblies in colorset) JLe / VTT 15/11/26
2D 4-HEX super-cell lattice geometry Serpent input file Demonstrates the use of triangular lattices derived from a hexagonal lattice AJa / VTT 2021

Simple burnup examples

Description Files Notes Added by Date
2D PWR pin-cell burnup example Serpent input file Demonstrates basic burnup input JLe / VTT 15/11/30
2D PWR assembly burnup example Serpent input file 17x17 assembly with burnable absorber, "Serpent 1" style division into depletion zones JLe / VTT 15/11/30
2D PWR assembly burnup example Serpent input file 17x17 assembly with burnable absorber, division into depletion zones using the div card JLe / VTT 15/11/30
HTGR particle-cell burnup example Serpent input file Single HTGR fuel particle in an infinite lattice JLe / VTT 18/04/09
HTGR fuel pebble burnup example Serpent input file Single HTGR fuel pebble in an infinite lattice, demonstrates the explicit particle fuel model JLe / VTT 18/04/09
HTGR fuel compact burnup example Serpent input file Single HTGR fuel compact in an infinite lattice, demonstrates the explicit particle fuel model JLe / VTT 18/04/09

Group constant generation

Description Files Notes Added by Date
2D PWR assembly Serpent input file, Partial output Demonstrates the basic features of the automated burnup sequence with coefficient matrix JLe / VTT 16/02/21
2D PWR assembly Serpent input file, Partial output Demonstrates the basic features of the automated burnup sequence with casematrix ARi / VTT 22/05/13

Simple transient examples

Description Files Notes Added by Date
Infinite homogeneous LWR-like system (source generation) Serpent input file Demonstrates the source generation for transient simulations VVa / VTT 16/05/09
Infinite homogeneous LWR-like system (0$ transient) Serpent input file Demonstrates the transient simulation mode VVa / VTT 16/05/09
Infinite homogeneous LWR-like system (0.85$ transient) Serpent input file Demonstrates the transient simulation mode VVa / VTT 16/05/09
Peach Bottom 2 3D assembly (source generation) Main input file, Pin definition file, Geometry definition file, Pin definition file Axially finite heterogeneous 3D assembly VVa / VTT 16/05/09
Peach Bottom 2 3D assembly (0$ transient) Main input file, Pin definition file, Geometry definition file, Pin definition file Axially finite heterogeneous 3D assembly VVa / VTT 16/05/09

Miscellaneous

Description Files Notes Added by Date
Pu-flattop and STACY critical experiments (PU-MET-FAST-006 and LEU-SOL-THERM-007 from the ICSBEP Handbook[1]) Serpent and MCNP input files Used for demonstarting the dynamic simulation mode introduced at the M&C 2013 conference[2] JLe / VTT 15/11/26
Godiva (HEU-MET-FAST-001 from the ICSBEP Handbook[1]) Serpent, KENO, and MCNP input files Simple input files for students who start to learn about Monte Carlo codes Ondrej Chvala 2016-02-23
Monte Carlo performance benchmark[3] Serpent input file Simplified 3D PWR core for testing the performance of Monte Carlo codes JLe / VTT 16/03/03
Tank filled with molten salt with natural circulation based distributions from [4] Serpent input files Simplified molten salt tank with temperature and density distributions to test the unstructured mesh based interface JLe / VTT + Manuele Aufiero 2014
A 37 assembly SMR sized reactor core. Serpent input files A rather detailed SMR sized reactor core based on data from the BEAVRS benchmark and a core size as well as radial reflector structure from the NuScale reactor concept. ULa / VTT 2019
HTTR full core model Serpent input files 3D model of the Japanese gas-cooled High Temperature Engineering Test Reactor (HTTR). JLe / VTT 2020

References

  1. ^ https://www.oecd-nea.org/science/wpncs/icsbep/handbook.html
  2. ^ Leppänen, J. "Development of a dynamic simulation mode in the Serpent 2 Monte Carlo code." In proc. M&C 2013, Sun Valley, ID, May 5-9, 2013.
  3. ^ Hoogenboom, E., Martin, W. and Petrovic, B. "Monte Carlo Performance Benchmark for Detailed Power Density Calculation in a Full Size Reactor Core." Rev. 1.2, OECD/NEA, 2011 (http://www.oecd-nea.org/dbprog/MonteCarloPerformanceBenchmark.htm).
  4. ^ Leppänen, J. et al. "Unstructured mesh based multi-physics interface for CFD code coupling in the Serpent 2 Monte Carlo code" In proc. PHYSOR 2014, Kyoto, Japan, Sept. 28 - Oct. 3, 2014.