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reliability analysis of the residual heat removal systems for a 300 MW(e) GCFR

A. P Kelly

reliability analysis of the residual heat removal systems for a 300 MW(e) GCFR

by A. P Kelly

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Published by The Office, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Oakland, Calif.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gas cooled reactors -- Cooling,
  • Reliability (Engineering)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby A. P. Kelly, Jr. and T. Taniguchi ; prepared ... for the San Francisco Operations Office, Dept of Energy
    SeriesGA-A ; 14653
    ContributionsTaniguchi, T. joint author, General Atomic Company, United States. Dept. of Energy. San Francisco Operations Office
    The Physical Object
    Pagination198 p. in various pagings :
    Number of Pages198
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14879508M

    Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) Systems The primary function of the reactor coolant system is to transfer the heat from the fuel process of moisture removal is so efficient at re moving the water that for every pounds of steam that exits the steam generator, the water content is less than pounds. Probabilistic Failure Analysis of a Residual Heat Removal System Heat Exchanger During a Postulated LOCA In addition, another model for leak rate found in [19] is presented which accounts for more possibilities in random factors affecting the final value of the leak rate. This results in a distribution of curves being obtained. This model also includes the ability to predict .

    : Reliability Analysis of Water Distribution Systems (): Mays, Larry W.: BooksAuthor: Larry W. Mays. This is the best reliability book I have ever used. I work in a corporate development department and deals with design reliability and warranty on a daily basis. This book gets right to the point and is very useful for solving my problems. The Excel templates are especially by:

    @article{osti_, title = {Fault tree analysis of reactor safety systems with application to the residual heat removal system of a BWR}, author = {Erdmann, R C and Okrent, D and Godbout, P and Solomon, K A}, abstractNote = {>From national topical meeting on mathematical models and computational techniques for analysis of nuclear systems; Ann Arbor, Michigan, . The AP/AP passive safety systems consist of: A Passive Residual Heat Removal (PRHR) System. Two Core Make-up Tanks (CMTs) A Four Stage Automatic Depressurization System (ADS) Two Accumulator Tanks (ACC) An In-containment Refueling Water Storage Tank, (IRWST) A Lower Containment Sump (CS) Passive Containment Cooling System Cited by: 2.


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[A P Kelly; T Taniguchi; General Atomic Company.; United States. Department of Energy. San Francisco Operations Office.]. The decay heat removal system, which is the object of the reliability assessment of this study, is designed to remove residual heat from the core and the sensible heat of the PHTS through the decay heat exchanger (DHX) until the temperature of the primary heat transport system reaches a safe shutdown state when cooling is not possible using the main steam and water supply by: 2.

A T-H Model for Residual Heat Removal System Reliability Analysis Article (PDF Available) in Energy Procedia December with 20 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Conceptual design of a passive residual heat removal system is proposed for 10 MW molten salt reactor experiment.

• The principle, main components and design parameters of the system are presented. • Thermal-hydraulic behaviors of the system are Cited by: The results showed that the emergency passive residual heat removal system designed in the paper is effective and meaningful to CPR In other work, Wang et al.

proposed and designed the steam generator secondary water-cooled and air-cooled passive residual heat removal systems for MW pressurized water reactor. The RELAP5 code is utilized to study Cited by: 6. Passive residual heat removal system (PRHRS) is a passive system that guarantees the residual heat removal of LFR even in the hypothetical beyond-design basis conditions.

Based on a MW th lead-bismuth cooled fast reactor, the design and performance analysis of PRHRS were conducted using RELAP5 code. First, a PRHRS removing heat by Author: Guowei Wu, Yazhou Li, Minghuang Wang, Yuan Chen, Lizhi Wang.

The larger the transfer area of the heat exchanger, the quicker decrease of the pressure of the pressurizer. Consequently, the larger heat transfer area of the residual heat exchanger is favorable to the passive residual heat removal system.

Download: Download full-size image; Fig. Mass flow rates of the third loop with different height Cited by: 6. Performance Optimization and Validation for the PRHRS of VVERs with RELAP5 Code rate and kg/s in air mass flow rate.

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Reliability analysis measures are used to compare different possibilities for different design schemes of two systems of IR PWR. Two different possibilities are assessed. The first design schemes are Residual Heat Removal System (RHRS) and Containment Spray System (CSS) designed separately with two redundant trains.

The second design scheme isFile Size: 2MB. Residual Heat Removal (RHR) System The residual heat removal (RHR) system is typically a multiple use system with modes of operation for low-pressure injection, shutdown cooling, suppression pool or containment sump cooling, and/or containment spray.

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Bolotin ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) and structures are in a complex interaction of dynamical Size: KB. Reliability of decay heat removal is an important safety consideration in the gas-cooled fast breeder reactor (GCFR). The design evolution of the residual heat removal (RHR) systems over the past few years has been markedly aided by system reliability analyses to the point where there is confidence that loss of coolable core geometry can be classified as a beyond.

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The. This report presents an unreliability evaluation of the residual heat removal (RHR) system in two modes of operation (low-pressure injection in response to a large loss-of-coolant accident and post-trip shutdown-cooling) at U.S.

A comparative analysis is performed of emergency cool-down systems of water-cooled reactors, using passive heat-removal systems. The use of such a system reduces the likelihood of serious accidents with core damage at NPP but the capital investment and associated operating costs are by: 2.

Complete with extensive graphs, tables, and references, Statistical Methods for the Reliability of Repairable Systems is an excellent working resource for industry professionals involved in producing reliable systems and a handy reference for practitioners and researchers in the by: This paper analyzes a postulated loss-of-residual heat removal (RHR) event for a reactor coolant system (RCS) in a midloop condition for the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station (PVNGS) using the RETRAN-2/MOD4 computer code.

The PVNGS is a Combustion Engineering, two-loop, MW (thermal) pressurized water reactor (PWR). Types of System Reliability Models: The objective of system engineer is to estimate various reliability parameters of the system. The system may vary from simple to complex. The system can be analyzed by decomposing it into smaller sub systems and estimating reliability of each subsystem to assess the total system Size: 1MB.Draws upon reliability analysis, psychology, human factors engineering, and statistics, integrating elements of these fields within a systems framework.

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