In old publications from the 80's and 90's I find the burn-up expressed in "a/o".
For example it reads that a certain fuel rod has reached a burn-up of 6.2 a/o.
What does it mean ? How can I convert this a/o in MWd/kg HM ?
Thanks in advance.
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