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Revision as of 13:29, 28 February 2015

This article details the basic mathematical formulas used to statistically compare pin power data sets from a reference and an alternate LWR.

Due to the migration of our articles from MediaWiki to Markdown, the formulas are not showing up properly. Unfortunately, Markdown does not have a lot of support for mathematical characters. We will soon be migrating back to MediaWiki pages, at which point this article will be back to normal.

Pin Power Dataset Representation

First, let's view the pin power dataset of each LWR as a 4D matrix P(i, j, k, l) where

Variable Represents
i pin row
j pin column
k axial level
l assembly number

Derived Quantities

1D Axial Power Results

2D Radial Power Results

3D Assembly Power Results

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