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Sensitivity analyses of initial compositions and cross sections were conducted to quantitatively clarify the source elements and the nuclear reactions dominating the generation of activation products. In these analyses, the ORIGEN2.2 code was used with ORLIBJ40, a set of the cross-section libraries based on JENDL-4.0. Analyses were conducted for the activations of cladding tubes, end plugs, and spacers of fuel assemblies and channel boxes in BWR that are composed of zirconium alloy, stainless steel, and nickel-chromium-based alloy. From about 50 representative radioactive nuclides, several nuclides were selected as the targets of sensitivity analyses for the aspect of their large concentrations in the target materials.
The results of sensitivity coefficients clarified the source elements and the nuclear reactions dominating the generation of activation products even for the nuclides generated through complicated pathways. These results could be utilized to select the objectives of the impurity elements for measurements and of nuclear data for the improvement of accuracy. These results will contribute to improvements in the accuracy of numerical evaluations of activation product concentrations.
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