N. Seiler
Cabin pressurizationNusselt numberWork (thermodynamics)Current (fluid)BoilingThermal hydraulicsMaterials scienceNeutron poisonTransient (oscillation)Nuclear reactorMechanicsFlow (psychology)Laminar flowCompressibilityCoolantPhenomenology (particle physics)
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#1J.-M. Labit (Université Paris-Saclay)H-Index: 2
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Last. Elsa Merle (Grenoble Institute of Technology)H-Index: 4
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Abstract null null Reactivity-Initiated Accidents (RIA) in nuclear reactor cores are very complex multiphysic transients. They consist in a very fast power excursion in the core, leading to wall temperature excursions. Many experiments have shown that the heat exchanges coefficients during fast transients differ from those in steady-states. The thermal-hydraulic phenomenology of such transients remains complex and some experimental studies allowed to better understand and quantify the heat excha...
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Last. Elsa Merle (CNRS: Centre national de la recherche scientifique)H-Index: 4
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Abstract CABRI is an experimental pulse reactor, which aims at studying and thus at better understanding RIA (Reactivity Initiated Accident) effects on nuclear fuels. The restart of the CABRI reactor in 2015 offers the opportunity to validate tools involving multiphysic calculation schemes on reactivity insertions (RI) transients at a system scale. The reactivity insertion in CABRI is mastered by the depressurization of a neutron absorber (3He), contained into transient rods. This enables the re...
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