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FIST Small Break Accident Analysis with BWR TRACB02 — Pretest Predictions

  • Md. Alamgir
  • Wm. A. Sutherland

Abstract

The BWR Full Integral Simulation Test (FIST) program includes experimental simulation and analytical evaluation of BWR thermal-hydraulic phenomena during transient events. One such event is a small size break in the suction line of one of the recirculation pumps. The results from a test simulating this transient in the FIST facility are compared with a system analysis using the Transient Reactor Analysis Code (TRACB02). This comparison demonstrates BWR-TRAC capability for small break analyses and provides detailed understanding of the phenomena.

Keywords

Pressure Control System Surface Heat Transfer Coefficient Suction Line Recirculation Pump Small Size Break 
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References

  1. 1.
    AG Stephens, “FIST Facility Description Report”, NUREG/CR 2576, EPRI NP 2314, GEAP 22054, December 1982.Google Scholar
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    Md. Alamgir, “TRAC-BWR Model Qualification for BWR Safety Analysis Final Report”, NUREG/CR 2571, EPRI NP 2377, GEAP 22049, July 1983.Google Scholar
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    JGM Andersen, KH Chu, JC Shaug, “Model Development: Basic Models for the BWR Version of TRAC”, NUREG/CR2573 EPRI NP 2375, GEAP 22051, August 1983.Google Scholar
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    YK Cheung, V. Parameswaran, JG Shaug, “Model Development: TRAC-BWR Component Models”, NUREG/CR 2574, EPRI NP 2376, GEAP 22052, August 1983.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  • Md. Alamgir
    • 1
  • Wm. A. Sutherland
    • 1
  1. 1.Nuclear Fuel Engineering DepartmentGeneral Electric CompanySan JoseUSA

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