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RUTVIJ NAIKrutvij.naik@asu.eduBISON Software access
Hi,
My name is Rutvij Naik. I am a mechanical engineering graduate student at Arizona state university. I want to just learn this software and would like to know about it.
Kindly grant me access.

Thank you,
Rutvij
  
Rizgar MellaDEFAC-ND-RE6NNPPI@MOD.UKAccess to BISON code
Hello,

I am the a Materials Lecturer at the Defence Academy of the UK (Nuclear Department). We are a nuclear training establishment and we conduct research on aspects of nuclear power generation.

I would like to find out the procedure to be licenced for and access to the BISON source code.

Kind regards,

Dr  Rizgar Mella
  
Kevin Dugandugankj@ornl.govBison Access License
Hello,

I'm a postdoctoral fellow in the Reactor and Nuclear Systems Division of ORNL. I'm going to be working on integrating BISON, Nek5000, and Proteus into the NEAMS workbench. How can I get access to the Bison code base?

Thank you,
Kevin Dugan
  
Din Sunnatdsunnat@outlook.comBISON Request
Hello, I would like to ask if BISON is an open source software and if I could get an access to it?
Thank you,
DS
  
arash afsharafsharph@gmail.com
  
Damian Rousondamian@sourceryinstitute.orgAccess to BISON for work supporting NRC
I have a contract to provide software development advice to a researcher at the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.  My sponsor is interested in interfacing BISON with an existing Fortran code and my primary expertise lies in modern Fortran and mixed Fortran/C/C++ development for computational science problems.  In order to advise the project sponsor, I would like to access BISON to explore its capabilities.

I attended the BISON training seminar at Penn State University in March so it's possible that I have already been granted access, but I don't recall the details.  Any assistance with accessing BISON will be greatly appreciated.

Damian Rouson, Ph.D., P.E.
President, Sourcery Institute
http://www.sourceryinstitute.org
510-600-2992 (mobile)
  
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EZE Chika Michaelezechikauofb@gmail.comACCESS TO BISON CODE
Dear sir/madam

I am PhD student ant the City University of Hong Kong. My PhD project involves modelling nuclear fuel ballooning and and burst behavior in a LOCA, and I would like to use Bison code from your organization.

Thanks.

EZE Chika.
  
Caleb Chandlercjchandler@lanl.govBISON Access
Hello,

I would like to gain access to BISON for use modeling thermal events during flash sintering.

I am a post-baccalaureate student who will be working at LANL for the next 2 years.

Thank you,
Caleb Chandler
  
Joseph Grahamgrahamjose@mst.eduBISON for senior design project
To whom it may concern,

I am a professor in the Nuclear Engineering program at Missouri University of Science and Technology. We have a senior design project class where one of this year's design teams is looking at accident tolerant fuel. I think BISON could be a helpful tool in their analysis and I am requesting a license to use it on our campus this year. Please contact me with your question. I would be happy to elaborate on any of the details of this project.

Regards,
Joseph Graham
  
mahdimahdiaghaie2003@gmail.comRequest
We need this code for research.
  
Francis Bolgerfran.bolger@ge.comBISON
GE Hitachi and Global Nuclear Fuel would like to have access to BISON to evaluate FeCrAl Accident Tolerant Fuel and coated zirc as well
  
Cliford NdiweniCliford.Ndiweni@uoit.caAccess to Bison for PhD studies at Uoit
I would like to have access to Bison for use for my PhD studies here at the univeristy of Ontario Institute of technology under Markus Piro
  
Jack Lyonsj.lyons17@imperial.ac.ukInterest in code
Dear sir or madam

I am currently a PHD student at imperial and was not sure if the institution already had an agreement to use your code or not?

Kind Regards

Jack Lyons
  
Libing Zhuzhulibing2016@163.comnuclear TRISO
Can l use it? I'm in China
  
emre caglakemrecaglak@gmail.comFGR
multiscale modelling
  
Daniel Menoherdmenoher@fpolisolutions.comLicense Request for BISON for RISMC SBIR Project
I would like to request a license for BISON to use for a DOE sponsored SBIR project.  FPoliSolutions is a US company.

Thanks,

Dan Menoher
  
Matthew Hortonmwhorton1@sheffield.ac.ukAccess to BISON
To whom it may concern,
I have just begun a PHD in conjunction with the National Nuclear Laboratory in the UK at the University of Sheffield. The aim of the research is to apply new methodologies other than Molecular Dynamics and Continuum Mechanics to the simulation of Nuclear Fuel rods to create better models for fuel rod failures.
I am therefore writing to ask for access to be granted through the University of Sheffield to the BISON code so that we may compare and bench mark any simulations we create in the following years against the current leading codes.
I understand that more information and documentation will be required to gain access so I am writing to ask what exactly is required.
Thank you for your time,
Matthew Horton,
Supervisor: Dr Karl Travis
University Of Sheffield
  
Matthew Hortonmwhorton1@sheffield.ac.ukAccess to BISON
To whom it may concern,
I am a new PHD student at the University Of Sheffield under the supervisor Dr Karl Travis in the Materials Engineering department.
The subject of my research is to attempt to apply new methods of simulation (other than Molecular Dynamics and Continuum Mechanics) to modelling failure in Nuclear Fuel Rods. The Project is sponsored in part by the National Nuclear Laboratory in the UK.
The idea is to use the BISON code to compare and validate any simulations created for the failure of nuclear fuel rods over the coming few years in the research.
I am happy to provide any required documentation through the University of Sheffield to obtain the access.
Thank you for your time,
Matthew Horton,
University Of Sheffield
  
Matthew Hortonmwhorton1@sheffield.ac.ukAccess to BISON
To whom it may concern,
I am a new PHD student at the University Of Sheffield under the supervisor Dr Karl Travis in the Materials Engineering department.
The subject of my research is to attempt to apply new methods of simulation (other than Molecular Dynamics and Continuum Mechanics) to modelling failure in Nuclear Fuel Rods. The Project is sponsored in part by the National Nuclear Laboratory in the UK.
The idea is to use the BISON code to compare and validate any simulations created for the failure of nuclear fuel rods over the coming few years in the research.
I am happy to provide any required documentation through the University of Sheffield to obtain the access.
Thank you for your time,
Matthew Horton,
University Of Sheffield
  
Hangbok ChoiHangbok.Choi@ga.comBISON
Hello
I have a few questions on MOOSE/BISON.
We (General Atomics) would like to assess BISON code for the application to the advanced fuel development. can we get the license and source code? Or should we directly access INL HPC machine? Is it better to use a PC-version? In that case, should each person get a license or a site license available?
I have an old token (#341587368). Is this still active?
I would appreciate if you can answer me quickly.
Regards,
Hangbok Choi
  
Angus Siberryas14659@my.bristol.ac.ukGaining acces to use Bison for a PhD student at Bristol University
Hi,

I am  a first year physics PhD student at the University of Bristol. My research is in the corrosion behavior of spent fuel and visited INL recently as apart of the INL workshop with the University.

Could I gain access to the Bison software for my research?

Kind Regards,

Angus Siberry

  
Dimitrios Chatzipanagiotidisdimitcha@auth.grNuclear Reactors
Hi, I am a student at Computational Physics master at Aristotle university of Thessaloniki and i wan to make simple core simulation for fission reactor for space applications.
  
Matthew Jesseejesseema@ornl.govBISON Access
I would like to use BISON to support DOE NE and ARPA-E programs.

Please contact me if we need to discuss further.


Thanks,
Matt
865-241-1503 (w)
865-441-4337 (m)
  
Changho Leeclee@anl.govBISON and PROTEUS coupling
I would like to obtain the BISON license to use for coupling with PROTEUS (via Warthog or alternative). Our colleague (Latif Yacout) in ANL already has the license. Please let me know what a possible quicker way to obtain the license is between a new licensing agreement and the extension of the existing agreement with Yacout.
  
Kaltrina Shehukaltrina.shehu@frm2.tum.deQuestions regarding BISON
Hello sir or madam,

My name is Kaltrina Shehu and I am a PhD student at FRM II, Garching, Germany. The reason why I am writing you is that I would like to ask a few questions regarding BISON code. I would really appreciate it if someone from your team could get in contact with me. So here are my questions: first, in what computer language is the code written?
Second, do you have experience with the code in the area of research reactors (I know that most codes are written for nuclear plants)? Third, is it possible to import a geometry file in BISON?
Forth, how long would it take to run a simple calculation, lets say the situation consists of a water flow inside a heated aluminum tube. The goal would be to study the thermohydraulics and the mechanical aspect with a relatively fine mesh and a good convergence criteria. How long would it take in this case?
And last, but definitely not least, could I get a trial of BISON?

Thank you in advance for your time.

Best regards,
Kaltrina
  
Agustin Abarcaaabarca@ncsu.eduAccess to BISON GitLab Repo
Hi,

I cannot get access to the BISON GitLab repository even though I have the access approved. My LDAP username (and also the INL GitLab one) is "abaragus"

Thanks,

Agustin Abarca
  
Johnathan McCrearyjcm25@email.sc.eduBison Licensing
Hello,
I am wanting to obtain a license for Bison. I am part of Dr. Travis Knight's research group at the University of South Carolina. The intended use for the code is to model U3Si2 fuel.

Thanks
  
Phil Sharpephil.sharpe@studsvik.comCommercial use of BISON with SSP tools
Studsvik Scandpower is interested in exploring use of BISON to augment the core design and transient analysis tools available in our commercial offerings.
  
Junghwan Parkjpark7@kaeri.re.krQuestion on License
This is Junghwan Park from Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute(KAERI.)
I would like to ask if INL has license agreement with KAERI.

Best,
Junghwan
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