Nuclear fuel cycle boc eoc boec eoec?

Hello everyone!

I have my first question in physics forum...

When I read some reports I found those terms that can not be understood...

'BOC', 'EOC', 'BOEC', 'EOEC'...

BOC and EOC are used frequently and I know those terms shortly but not exactly...

but I can understand boec and eoec and what is difference between them...

is there somebody can explain those to me and let me know some documents that explain those terms??

thanks
 
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In the future, always include a link to what you are reading so that we can check it out.

I'm not sure the context of your reports, but Begining-Of-Cycle End-Of-Cycle are frequent terms referring to fuel refuel cycles.
 

rpp

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BOC - Beginning of Cycle
EOC - End of Cycle

I'm not sure about the other two.... Do you have some context?
 
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