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|Title:||Behavior of Zr1%Nb Fuel Cladding under Accident Conditions|
|Authors:||PEREZ-FERÓ E.; HOZER Z.; WINDBERG P.; NAGY I.; VIMI A.; VÉR N.; MATUS L.; KUNSTÁR M.; NOVOTNY T.; HORVÁTH M.; GYOERI Cs.|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the 2007 International LWR Fuel Performance Meeting / Top Fuel p. 536-542 / paper 1018|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The behavior of the VVER fuel (E110) cladding under accident conditions has been investigated at the AEKI in order to study the role of oxidation and hydrogen uptake on the cladding embrittlement and to understand the phenomena that took place during the Paks-2 cleaning tank incident (2003). The test programme covered small scale tests and large scale tests with electrically heated 7-rod bundles in the CODEX (Core Degradation Experiment) facility. Since a hydrogen rich atmosphere could have been formed in the closed tank, the experiments were carried out in hydrogen-steam mixture.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Transuranium Elements|
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