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The analysis covers the entire core as linear power varies both radially and axially in the core. The analysis was carried out for both nominal and hotspot conditions. The attainable burnup values for the maximum rated fuel pin of all the subassemblies are presented. 3. The subassembly ring number, its serial number, thermal power and maximum channel temperature are shown in the same figure. There are 10 subassemblies having a distinct combination of thermal power and coolant channel temperature for which analysis has been carried out and they are indicated by a circle mark in the same figure and these assemblies are representatives of the entire core.