Collision-history based sensitivity/perturbation calculation capabilities in Serpent 2.1.30

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    We present the results of the re-implementation of the collision-history based perturbation/sensitivity calculation capabilities from an extended version of Serpent 2.1.19 to the official Serpent 2 distribution. Until this re-implementation, the capabilities were only available in several unofficial extended Serpent versions. In order to improve the usability, maintainability and the performance of the routines, they were included in the official Serpent distribution. In this paper we will give an overview of the status of the new implementation as it is in Serpent 2.1.30, describe two optimizations made during the re-implementation and verify the new implementation by comparing energy dependent sensitivity profiles calculated with Serpent 2.1.19 (extended) and Serpent 2.1.30 in three test problems. The test calculations also showcase the improved computational performance of the implementation.
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages12
    Publication statusPublished - 2018
    MoE publication typeNot Eligible
    EventANS Best Estimate Plus Uncertainty International Conference, BEBU 2018 - Real Collegio, Lucca, Italy
    Duration: 13 May 201818 May 2018
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    Abbreviated titleBEPU 2018
    CountryItaly
    CityLucca
    Period13/05/1818/05/18
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    Valtavirta, V., Aufiero, M., & Leppänen, J. (2018). Collision-history based sensitivity/perturbation calculation capabilities in Serpent 2.1.30. Paper presented at ANS Best Estimate Plus Uncertainty International Conference, BEBU 2018, Lucca, Italy.
    Valtavirta, Ville ; Aufiero, Manuele ; Leppänen, Jaakko. / Collision-history based sensitivity/perturbation calculation capabilities in Serpent 2.1.30. Paper presented at ANS Best Estimate Plus Uncertainty International Conference, BEBU 2018, Lucca, Italy.12 p.
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    Valtavirta, V, Aufiero, M & Leppänen, J 2018, 'Collision-history based sensitivity/perturbation calculation capabilities in Serpent 2.1.30', Paper presented at ANS Best Estimate Plus Uncertainty International Conference, BEBU 2018, Lucca, Italy, 13/05/18 - 18/05/18.

    Collision-history based sensitivity/perturbation calculation capabilities in Serpent 2.1.30. / Valtavirta, Ville; Aufiero, Manuele; Leppänen, Jaakko.

    2018. Paper presented at ANS Best Estimate Plus Uncertainty International Conference, BEBU 2018, Lucca, Italy.

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    Valtavirta V, Aufiero M, Leppänen J. Collision-history based sensitivity/perturbation calculation capabilities in Serpent 2.1.30. 2018. Paper presented at ANS Best Estimate Plus Uncertainty International Conference, BEBU 2018, Lucca, Italy.