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DEN Cadarache's Departments :

Nuclear fuel's studies Department (french acronym: DEC) Reactor's studies Department (french acronym: DER) Nuclear technology Department (french acronym: DTN)

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Mixing Radioactive wastes Dust Nuclear fuel Krypton Discrete element method Precipitation Uranium dioxide Optimization Sensitivity analysis Radioactivity Heavy ions Nuclear reactor ISM clouds Microstructure Radiation effects Microstructure-final Neutron interrogation Dismantling Neutron detection Monazite Line identification Sintering Defects Differential Die-away Technique DDT Electrical conductivity UO2 CFD Automatic mesh refinement Neutron detector Infrared ISM Submillimeter ISM Photofission Monte Carlo methods Diffusion Combustible à particules Inductors Neutron sources Optimisation Modelling Liquid metal fast breeder reactors Cesium Homogénéisation Grain growth Fission products Actinides Fission reactor instrumentation Uranium oxides Nuclear fuel reprocessing Metamodel Astrochemistry A posteriori error estimation Nuclear Nuclear safety Radioactive waste packages High temperature Combustible nucléaire Uncertainty Ceramics Matrix effects Detectors Irradiation Oxidation Matrix effect correction Frittage Neutron flux Monte Carlo simulation Neutrons Ablation Fission product Computer experiment Particle shape Plutonium TEM AFM Gamma-ray spectroscopy Fission Computer simulation Numerical simulations Fragmentation Molecular processes Electrostatic calculations Point defects Dioxyde d'uranium Fast reactor MEB Fission chamber SFR ISM molecules Nuclear fuels Feasibility studies Uranium Corium Gamma rays Extinction Sodium Fast Reactors Modélisation Silicon carbide ISM abundances Ti3SiC2