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Any FLOSS Monte-Carlo package for reactor physics? Are there any Free and Open Source software packages for nuclear reactor processes simulation? Maybe, something similar to MCNP?

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This question appears to be off-topic because it is about software recommendations. – David Z Nov 28 '13 at 11:05
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OpenMC (github)

The OpenMC project aims to provide a fully-featured Monte Carlo particle transport code based on modern methods. It is a constructive solid geometry, continuous-energy transport code that uses ACE format cross sections. The project started under the Computational Reactor Physics Group at MIT.

You can find more background information in this paper (ScienceDirect)

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