Geology and Nuclear Waste Management Program

Development of Performance Criteria for High Burnup Cladding Materials, 20-R9565
Particle Method for Regional-Scale Modeling of Transport in Fractured Rock, 20-R9566
Hierarchical Holographic Modeling for Risk Identification in Complex Radioactive Waste Disposal Systems, 20-R9567
An Effective Hybrid Approach for Rapid Radiation Dose Assessments for Complex Source/Receptor Geometries,
Subscription to the Hydrogen Technology Information Project, 20-R9593
Effective Geomechanical Modeling of Geologic Structures, 20-R9665
Strain-Based Prediction of Subseismic Faults in Rocks, 20-R9677
Development of Advanced Turbulent Flow Simulation Techniques for Use in Nuclear Reactor Safety Analysis, 20-R9680
A Robust Method for Adaptive Model Uncertainty Reduction, 20-R9704
Development of Neutrally Buoyant Sensors for Tracing Conduits in Karst Aquifers, 20-R9707
Investigation of Data Fusion for Nuclear Threat Assessment, 20-R9723
Radiological Survey Measurement Approaches for Direct Readout of Effective Dose Rate, 20-R9724
Modeling of Submarine Landslide-Generated Tsunamis and Its Application in Risk Mitigation and Hazard Management at Nuclear Reactor Sites, 20-R9725
Development of an Efficient Probabilistic Approach for Risk Assessment of Geotechnical Applications, 20-R9726
Integrated Facility Assessment Simulation, 20-R9728

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