Summary of the calculation errors Δαiso (in pcm/°C) for the MISTRAL experiments obtained with the Monte-Carlo code TRIPOLI4®. Our results are compared with those obtained with the deterministic code APOLLO2 . The experimental uncertainties are also given in pcm/°C. The contribution of the statistical uncertainties due to the Monte-Carlo calculations (±0.02 pcm/°C) is negligible.
|MISTRAL configuration||Temperature range||Exp. unc.||Calculation errors on RTC in pcm/°C|
|JEFF-3.1.1 (APOLLO2)||JEFF-3.1.1 (TRIPOLI4)||ENDF/B-VII.1 (TRIPOLI4)||CAB model (TRIPOLI4)|
|MISTRAL-1||10 to 40 °C||±0.4||+0.9||+0.29||+0.31||+0.49|
|(UOX)||40 to 80 °C||±0.4||+0.1||−0.86||−0.80||−0.41|
|10 to 80 °C||±0.3||+0.4||−0.36||−0.33||−0.02|
|MISTRAL-2 (MOX)||10 to 40 °C||±0.4||−0.5||−0.98||−1.01||−0.72|
|40 to 80 °C||±0.4||−1.1|
|10 to 80 °C||±0.3||−0.9|
|MISTRAL-3 (MOX)||10 to 40 °C||±0.5||−0.4|
|40 to 80 °C||±0.5||−1.4|
|10 to 80 °C||±0.4||−1.0|
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