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Enriched Gadolinium Burnable Poison for PWR Fuel – Monte Carlo Burnup Simulations of Reactivity

By Hugo M. Dalle, João Roberto L. de Mattos and Marcio S. Dias

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Hugo M. Dalle, João Roberto L. de Mattos and Marcio S. Dias (February 6th 2013). Enriched Gadolinium Burnable Poison for PWR Fuel – Monte Carlo Burnup Simulations of Reactivity, Current Research in Nuclear Reactor Technology in Brazil and Worldwide Amir Mesquita, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/53381. Available from:

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