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Monte-Carlo methods

The Monte Carlo methods are primarily applied at the Institute for the solution of R+D tasks in the field of reactor physics, reactor technology, nuclear safeguards, radiation shielding and nuclear medicine. The most important areas at present are: reactor pressure vessel dosimetry, activation and decay of reactor components and shielding structures, and development/design of radiation shielding equipment and devices. We also use the Monte Carlo techniques for the research of transmutation and Generation IV reactors.