Lattice code

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Hello all
Has any body use HELIOS code yet? I need that in order to preparing macroscopic XS to PARCS.
 

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Astronuc
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Apparently plenty of people use Helios, but probably not too many post at PF.

As far as I remember, Helios was developed by Scandpower, but Studsvik bought (merged with) Scandpower in the mid 1990's. The preferred lattice code is Studsvik's CASMO, which can be linked to Studsvik's SIMULATE core simulator or AREVA's MICROBURN.
 
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Hi Astronuc
Do you know how can I obtain HELIOS code? because I need that in order to link to PARCS.
 
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Hi Astronuc
Do you know how can I obtain HELIOS code? because I need that in order to link to PARCS.
One can obtain HELIOS from Studsvik. I believe they have terms and conditions for academic use.
HELIOS Generalized Geometry Lattice Analysis
http://www.studsvik.com/index.php?p=ko&s=about_nuclear_fuel_analysis_software&t=helios&afw_lang=en [Broken]
 
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Thank you Astronuc!
 
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bear in mind that Studsvik's CASMO cannot support hexagonal geometry
 

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