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Reactor antineutrino anomaly in light of recent flux model refinements

@inproceedings{Giunti2021ReactorAA,
  title={Reactor antineutrino anomaly in light of recent flux model refinements},
  author={Carlo Giunti and Y. F. Li and Christoph Andreas Ternes and Zhiyu Xin},
  year={2021}
}
We study the status of the reactor antineutrino anomaly in light of recent reactor flux models obtained with the conversion and summation methods. We present a new improved calculation of the IBD yields of the standard Huber-Mueller (HM) model and those of the new models. We show that the reactor rates and the fuel evolution data are consistent with the predictions of the Kurchatov Institute (KI) conversion model and with those of the Estienne-Fallot (EF) summation model, leading to a plausible… 
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