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identical solution capabilities with different geometry packages. KENO
V.a uses a simple and efficient geometry package sufficient for modeling
many systems of interest to criticality safety and reactor physics
analysts. KENO-VI uses the SCALE Generalized Geometry Package, which
provides a quadratic-based geometry system with much greater flexibility
in problem modeling but with slower runtimes. Both versions of KENO
perform eigenvalue calculations for neutron transport primarily to
calculate multiplication factors (*k\ eff*) and flux distributions of
fissile systems in both continuous energy and multigroup modes. They are
typically accessed through the integrated SCALE sequences described
below. KENO’s grid geometry capability extends region-based features for
accumulating data for source or biasing parameter specifications, as
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either as a direct KENO input (K5toK6) or, more commonly, as a CSAS
sequence (C5toC6).h]hXFor continuous energy calculations, reaction rate tallies can be
requested within the CSAS input, and for multigroup calculations,
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either as a direct KENO input (K5toK6) or, more commonly, as a CSAS
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criticality calculations for spent fuel systems employing burnup credit.
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analysis, thereby eliminating the need to manually process the spent
fuel nuclide compositions into a format compatible with criticality
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specified) of a spent fuel assembly using the ORIGEN-ARP methodology of
SCALE. If a multigroup calculation is to be performed in KENO, the spent
fuel compositions are then used to generate resonance self-shielded
cross sections for each burnup-dependent fuel region. Finally, a
KENO criticality calculation is performed to determine the neutron
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varying burnup region (if an axial or horizontal burnup profile is
specified) of a spent fuel assembly using the ORIGEN-ARP methodology of
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fuel compositions are then used to generate resonance self-shielded
cross sections for each burnup-dependent fuel region. Finally, a
KENO criticality calculation is performed to determine the neutron
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minimal amount of input beyond that typically required for a fresh-fuel
calculation is needed to perform a burnup-credit calculation.h]hX
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depletion analysis and criticality safety sequences of SCALE. Only a
minimal amount of input beyond that typically required for a fresh-fuel
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phenomena, such as those identified in the US Nuclear Regulatory
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modeling one assembly type with the same starting enrichment loaded
throughout the transportation or storage model. Greater flexibility is
available by computing individual assembly burnup compositions with the
ORIGAMI code and then creating a KENO model to implement these
compositions.h](hSTARBUCS was developed to facilitate studies of major burnup-credit
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distribution similar to the true fission distribution can reduce the
number of skipped generations required for fission source convergence,
and it can significantly improve the reliability of the final *k\ eff*
result :cite:`ibrahim_acceleration_2011`. The Sourcerer sequence applies the
Denovo :cite:`evans_denovo_2010` discrete ordinates code to generate a starting fission
source distribution in a KENO Monte Carlo calculation. The discrete
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fuel, even a low-fidelity deterministic solution for the fission source
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fuel, even a low-fidelity deterministic solution for the fission source
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grid geometry that overlies the physical geometry model and is saved as
a Monaco mesh source file. The mesh source is then used as the source
term in MAVRIC. The absolute source strength is set by the user to the
total number of fissions (based on the total power released) during the
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a Monaco mesh source file. The mesh source is then used as the source
term in MAVRIC. The absolute source strength is set by the user to the
total number of fissions (based on the total power released) during the
criticality excursion. MAVRIC can be optimized to calculate a specific
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