RACCOON is a Moose based reactor physics application designed to engage undergraduate and first-year graduate students. The code contains capabilities to solve the multi group Neutron Diffusion equation in eigenvalue and fixed source form and will soon have a provision to provide simple thermal feedback. These capabilities are sufficient to solve example problems found in Duderstadt & Hamilton (the typical textbook of senior level reactor physics classes). RACCOON does not contain any advanced capabilities as found in YAK.
RACCOON; 003503MLTPL00 CW-14-04
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Media Directory; Software Abstract; Media includes Source Code; / 1 CD-ROM
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There are no export concerns regarding the CW abstract for RACCOON. The requester/funder is intending the software to be publicly available with no restrictions. RACCOON is a MOOSE based application and therefore LibMesh and PETSc are used. RACCOON does not contain any additional open source software. Laboratory Directed Research & Development (LDRD) Project ID. 14-104, Nuclear Energy Advanced Modeling and Simulation (NEAMS), B&R Code NT0510 Point of contact: Dan Funk (DAN.FUNK@nuclear.energy.gov)
RACCOON is a MOOSE based application
Idaho National Laboratory
United States Department of Energy
Sebastian Schunert Javier Ortensi Yaqi Wang Frederick Gleicher
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Title: Reactor Application for Coaching Newbies
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