NUCLMonday, 29 August 2005

8:45 AM-11:55 AM Washington DC Convention Center -- 203B, Oral
Applied Modeling and Computations in Nuclear Science
Radiation Risk and Transport
Organizers:Thomas M. Semkow
Bert Coursey
Carl Gogolak
Simon M Jerome
Stefaan Pommé
Daniel J. Strom
X. George Xu
Laurie Waters
Organizer, Presidings:Cynthia Atkins-Duffin
Ralph B. James
8:45 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:55 AMHistory matching the system assessment capability for the Hanford Site: Why believe a site-wide model?
Charles T. Kincaid, Paul W. Eslinger, William Nichols, Marcel Bergeron, Mark Williams, Vicky Freedman, P. Evan Dresel, Christopher Murray, Robert Bryce
9:20 AMAdvances in atmospheric dispersion modeling in urban areas
K. Jerry Allwine
9:45 AMHanford site risk estimates using the system assessment capability
Paul W. Eslinger, C. Arimescu, R.W. Bryce, D. W. Engel, Charles T. Kincaid, T. B. Miley, W. E. Nichols, S. K. Wurstner
10:10 AMIntermission
10:25 AMCreation of realistic models for homeland security purposes
Sean M Robinson, Richard T. Kouzes, Ronald J. McConn Jr., Richard T. Pagh, John E. Schweppe, Edward R. Siciliano
10:45 AMModeling radionuclide transport in the environment and assessing risks to humans, flora, and fauna: The RESRAD family of codes
Charley Yu
11:10 AMIntegrating detailed geochemistry and transient hydrothermal flow to predict radionuclide migration from underground nuclear tests: Recent experience at the Nevada Test Site
Mavrik Zavarin
11:35 AMMCNP-CP, a correlated particle radiation source extension of a general purpose Monte Carlo N-Particle transport code
Andrey Berlizov

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The 230th ACS National Meeting, in Washington, DC, Aug 28-Sept 1, 2005