NUCLMonday, 29 August 2005

1:30 PM-6:00 PM Washington DC Convention Center -- 203B, Oral
Applied Modeling and Computations in Nuclear Science
Radiation Transport and Dosimetry
Organizers:Thomas M. Semkow
Cynthia Atkins-Duffin
Bert Coursey
Carl Gogolak
Ralph B. James
Simon M Jerome
Stefaan Pommé
Laurie Waters
Organizer, Presidings:Daniel J. Strom
X. George Xu
1:30 PM3-D particle transport methods and their applications
Alireza Haghighat, Glenn E. Sjoden
1:55 PMPlanning for radiochemistry experiments at the National Ignition Facility
Mark A. Stoyer
2:20 PMMCNPX/CINDER90 modeling of particle fluence and radionuclide product activities generated at the Los Alamos isotope production facility
Michael E. Fassbender, Francois M. Nortier, Dennis R. Phillips, Richard C. Heaton, Holly R. Trellue
2:40 PMA random-walk solution to the heliospheric transport equation
Keran O'Brien
3:00 PMIntermission
3:15 PMDevelopment of computational fluid dynamics models of the respiratory system for gas, vapor and particulate dosimetry
Richard A. Corley, Daniel R. Einstein, Eric A. Hoffman, Richard E. Jacob, Kevin R. Minard, Edward M. Postlethwait, Charles Timchalk, Lynn L. Trease, Harold E. Trease
3:40 PMCalculation of the external effective dose from a radioactive plume by using a Monte Carlo dose kernel intergration
Pavol Vojtyla
4:05 PMComparative studies of measured mammography X-ray beam doses using synthetic diamond as radiation sensor with theoretical calculation from Monte Carlo code system PENELOPE
Mary Assiamah, T.L. Nam, R.J. Keddy
4:25 PMThermohydraulic and nuclear modeling of natural fission reactors
Jason C. Viggato, William G. Culbreth
5:00 PMDivision Business Meeting

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