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Abstracts and Available Papers Presented at the
2005 International RERTR Meeting

The 27th International Meeting on Reduced Enrichment for Research and Test Reactors (RERTR) was held in Boston, USA on November 6-10, 2005. The available abstracts and papers that were presented at this meeting are provided below.

Opening Remarks

  • S1-1 Overview of GTRI Strategic Policy
    A. Bieniawski
  • S1-2 Opening Remarks - IAEA
    H. Forström

Reduced Enrichment and Repatriation Programs

Related Programs

  • S3-1 Filling the Gaps
    P. Khalsa
  • S3-2 Disposition Options for GAP Materials
    J. Dewes
  • S3-3 Global Research Reactor Security Program
    P. Robinson

Reactor Conversion Experience

  • S4-1 Safety Re-evaluation and Relicensing of the HFR Petten
    F. Wijtsma
  • S4-2 Sparrow Flies Lower
    R. Skoda
  • S4-3 Criticality Calculations and Transient Analyses for the VR-1 Reactor with IRT-4M LEU Fuel Assemblies
    J. Rataj
  • S4-4 The First Critical Experiment with a LEU Russian Fuel IRT-4M at the Training Reactor VR-1
    L. Sklenka and K. Matejka

Fuel Development Programs

  • S5-1 Status and Progress of the U.S. RERTR Fuel Development Program
    M. Meyer
  • S5-2 Main Results of the Development of LEU Fuel for Russian Research Reactors
    A. Vatulin, I. Dobrikova, A. Morozov, and V. Suprun
  • S5-3 Staus of the French CEA Program for the Development and the Qualification of High Density Fuel for the JHR Project
    P. Lemoine

U-Mo Fuel Development and Testing

U.S. Reactor Conversion

Mo-99 Production

Program Extensions


Fuel Fabrication

Spent Fuel Management


2016 RERTR Meeting

The 2016 International RERTR Meeting (RERTR-2016) will take place in Belgium. Stay tuned for further details.

2015 RERTR Meeting

The 2015 International RERTR Meeting (RERTR-2015) took place in Seoul, Korea on Oct. 11-14, 2015.
For more information visit RERTR-2015.

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