Volume 4, Issue 2, February 2015 (Title of Paper )

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Radiation Source Term Analysis for Wolsong Unit 1 Using MCNP/ORIGEN-2

Author: Kyoungho Noh, Chang Joo Hah

Abstract—Wolsong unit 1 in South Korea reached their design life time. In order to classify the decommissioning waste and estimate costs, the evaluation of the inventory of radioactive waste should be performed before decommissioning. In this study, radiation source term was evaluated for Wolsong unit 1, which is a CANDU type reactor, using MCNP and ORIGEN-2. In this evaluation, ORIGEN-2 was used to calculate radiation source term using revised ORIGEN-2 library, in which one group cross-section of relevant isotopes are revised by the neutron spectrum calculated by MCNP.

Keywords—Radiation Source term, MCNP, ORIGEN, CANDU.


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M40 Concrete with Marble Dust, Clay (POP) and Wood Apple

Authors: Shilpa Jain, Anubhav Rai

Abstract--This following work is to Design M40 concrete with marble dust and clay (POP) as a partial replacement of cement by 5%, 10%, 15%,and 20%. The compressive strength test after 7 days and 28 days have also been performed. The constant amount of Wood apple is also used. The result on the basis of compressive strength of the 150mm standard cube has been shown by the graph between varying percentage of marble dust and clay(POP) and compressive strength. The idea is to achieve higher strength concrete in economical manner by finding the substitute of cement to some extent. The comparative study between the concrete with Wood apple and without Wood apple have also done and results have been shown by the graphs.

Keywords-Clay(POP), Compressive strength, Concrete mix, Marble dust, Wood apple .


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Some Observations on Integrated Database System of MCD

Authors: Dr. Sanjay Kumar Gupta, Vilender Kumar

Abstract--MCD is a vast organization and offering many online citizen services to different customers but lot of possibilities exists to make their business processes and services more transparent and accountable to focus on integrating their different department’s databases together into a single database. To avoid data redundancies, repeated work and time of customers, database integration among various departments according to established best standards should be achieved. In this work effort has been made in order to understand the perception of MCD officials, who are practically using software applications, about present MCD software’s systems used at different departments having all benefits of integrated database management system.

Keywords- Information System, Decision Support System, Information and Communication Technology, Human Capital Management, Database Management System.


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