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Nuclear Fuel Engineering Network

Welcome to the IAEA Nuclear Fuel Engineering Network - NFE Net

Nuclear fuel must be adequately designed and manufactured to enable a reliable and safe operation of nuclear power plants. In order for nuclear power generation to be sustainable, nuclear fuel cycle must remain economically viable and competitive, which can be achieved by optimizing the use of fissile materials in the reactor cores.

The overall objective of the IAEA Nuclear Fuel Engineering Network (NFE) is to enhance Member States’ knowledge and information sharing in the fields of: developing and perfecting nuclear fuels and core structural materials, fuel design and manufacturing,  in-reactor behavior of nuclear fuel,  operational experience associated with fuel, optimizing the use of fissile materials in the reactor cores

For further information or questions please contact: NFE.Contact-Point@iaea.org.​​

  
  
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Light Water Reactor Fuel Enrichment beyond the 5% Limit  Light Water Reactor Fuel Enrichment beyond the 5% Limit
LWR Fuel Enrichment beyond the 5% Limit
https://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/Publications/PDF/TE-1918_web.pdfNew tab
Modelling of Fuel BehaviourModelling of Fuel Behaviour
Modelling of Fuel Behaviour in Design Basis Accidents and Design Extension ConditionsNew tab
FUMACFuel Modelling in Accident Conditions (FUMAC)
Fuel Modelling in Accident Conditions (FUMAC)
FUMACNew tab
Review of Fuel FailuresReview of Fuel Failures
Review of Fuel Failures in Water Cooled Reactors
Review of Fuel FailuresNew tab
All PublicationsAll Publications
All PublicationsNew tab

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