Daniel Sprinzl, Václav Krysl, Pavel Mikoláš, Jiří Závorka, Jan Tímr, Yurii Bilodid, Emese Temesvari, István Pós, Yuriy Kalinin, Anna Shcherenko, Sergey Aleshin, Tamer Bahadir
February 23, 2021
This work deals with the \Full-Core" VVER-1000 calculation benchmark which was proposed on the 26 th Symposium of AER . Recently, the calculation benchmarks \Full-Core" VVER-440  and its extension  have been introduced in the AER community with positive response [4, 5]. Therefore we have decided to prepare a similar benchmark for VVER- 1000. This benchmark is also a 2D calculation benchmark based on the VVER-1000 reactor core cold state geometry, explicitly taking into account the geometry of the radial reflector. The loading pattern for this core is very similar to the fresh fuel loading of cycle 9 at Unit 1 of the Temelin NPP (Czech Republic). This core is filled with six types of fuel assemblies with enrichment from 1.3%w 235 U to 4.0%w 235 U with up to 9 fuel pins with Gd burnable absorber per FA. The main task of this benchmark is to test the pin-by-pin power distribution in fuel assemblies predicted by macro-codes that are used for neutron- physics calculations especially for VVER reactors. In this contribution we present the overview of available macro-codes results.