The primary purpose of the International Criticality Safety Benchmark Evaluation Project (ICSBEP) is to compile critical and subcritical benchmark experiment data into a standardised format that allo...
Over its 25 years of existence, the working party has contributed many topics and has led advances in criticality safety studies.
Burn-up credit is a safety approach that accounts for the reduction in the reactivity of configurations with spent nuclear fuel due to the change in their composition after irradiation.
Under the guidance of the Nuclear Science Committee (NSC) , the Working Party on Nuclear Criticality Safety (WPNCS) focuses on technical and scientific issues related to criticality safety. Specific...
WPNCS bi-annual event brought together 80 experts from 17 member countries.
Spent Nuclear Fuel Assay Data for Isotopic Validation - State-of-the-art Report
The Ninth International Conference on Nuclear Criticality Safety (ICNC2011) was held on from 19-22 September 2011 in Edinburgh, Scotland. ICNC 2011 allowed specialists from around the globe to come t...
WPNCS 2019 meetings - Subgroup 7 (SG-7) agenda
WPNCS 2019 meetings - WPNCS agenda
WPNCS 2019 meetings - Subgroup 5 (SG-5) agenda