P2M includes in-pile tests and Post-Irradiated Examinations in Hot-Laboratory to assess the operational margins at high power.
FIDES-II member assembled at the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) in Mito, Japan.
The NEA Second Framework for Irradiation Experiments (FIDES-II) supports the fuel and material experimental needs of nuclear safety regulators, technical support organisations, research institutions ...
The INCA experiments will provide comparative data on the irradiation induced creep of current Zr alloys and Cr coated samples
10-year FIDES-II strategic plan will define key research needs in a variety of technical disciplines.
Members of FIDES-II from 12 countries assembled in Prague, Czech Republic, on 17-21 April 2023 for meetings of its Technical Advisory Group and Governing Board.
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High Burnup Experiments in Reactivity Initiated Accident (HERA) is dedicated to the understanding of LWR fuel performance at high burn-up under reactivity-initiated accidents (RIA).
This structural materials Joint Experimental Program (JEEP) is aimed at developing the capability to perform a variety of in-core mechanical testing measurements.
FIDES-II members hold meeting at Idaho National Laboratory
The goal of the LOCA-MIR experiments is to study the behaviour of high burnup, gadolinia-doped fuel under design-basis LOCA conditions.
To learn how to handle NaK, a group of experts at the Research Centre Rez (CVR) in the Czech Republic travelled to Cadarache in France to learn from experts at the Commissariat for Atomic Energy and ...
Recent meetings of groups working under the aegis of the Framework for Irradiation Experiments (FIDES) have demonstrated that the international community is enthusiastic and on a strong course to ful...
An expert roundtable discussion was held on 20 April 2021 to launch the NEA Framework for Irradiation Experiments (FIDES).