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N1 a ............ 3 0 I I 15 I I 20 -+. 25 30 Cooling Time (year) Figure 2-3. 2 ISOTOPIC VALIDATION DATA To ensure the accuracy of any computational tool used to predict the isotopic composition in spent fuel, the tool must be validated against a set of measurements performed on spent fuel samples. These samples should test the capabilities of the computational tool over a wide range of p h e t e r s important to the isotopic changes in the fuel assemblies. The following sub-sections present: 1) the isotopic measurement data to be used to validate isotopic computational tools for predicting the selected actinide inventories in spent fuel, 2) an examination of the range of applicability of the data, and 3) the qualification of the data.