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  Posted on: Thursday, January 2, 2020
Helping Keep U.S. Nuclear Deterrent Safe from Radiation
Homeland Security News Wire
Advanced modeling speeds up weapons research, development and qualification. It also lets researchers model changes in experimental conditions that increase the total radiation dose, change how fast a device gets that dose, and mix and match destructive elements like neutrons, energy and heat in environments that cannot be recreated in experimental facilities.

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