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Pavlo Ivanusa

Pavlo Ivanusa

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
PO Box 999
Richland, WA 99352

Biography

Pavlo Ivanusa came to PNNL in 2016 and joined the Risk and Decision Sciences Group. His past and current projects include:

  • Data analysis of the Multi-Modal Transportation Test. This test included accelerometer and strain gauge data of surrogate used nuclear fuel.
  • Modeling of risk for the Tritium Sustainability Program. This task includes modeling the project risks in Excel using @Risk, an Excel Add-on, and their impact on tritium production.
  • Being an operator for handheld radiation detector testing.
  • Being an operator for the several radiation portal monitors for RPM-RP.
  • Performing core analysis calculations in CASMO and SIMULATE for the Tritium Sustainability Program.
His main interests are modeling, data analysis, radiation transport and detection, and reactor physics.

Education and Credentials

  • B.S., Engineering Physics, Colorado School of Mines
  • M.E., Nuclear Engineering, Colorado School of Mines

PNNL Publications

2018

  • Fritz B.G., C.E. Aalseth, H.O. Back, J.C. Hayes, P.H. Humble, P. Ivanusa, and E.K. Mace. 2018. "Prediction of sub-surface 37Ar concentrations at locations in the Northwestern United States." Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 181. PNNL-SA-124417. doi:10.1016/j.jenvrad.2017.10.005

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