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|Title:||Consistent Post-Test Calculations for LOCA Scenarios in LOBI Integral Facility|
|Authors:||REVENTOS Frances; PLA FREIXA PATRICIA; MATTEOLI C.; NACCI G.; CHERUBINI M.; DEL NEVO A.; D'AURIA F.|
|Publisher:||Hindawi Publishing Corporation|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Integral test facilities (ITFs) are one of the main tools for the validation of best estimate thermalhydraulic system codes. The experimental data are also of great value when compared to the experiment-scaled conditions in a full NPP. The LOBI was a single plus a triple-loop (simulated by one loop) test facility electrically heated to simulate a 1300MWe PWR. The scaling factor was 712 for the core power, volume, and mass flow. Primary and secondary sides contained all main active elements. Tests were performed for the characterization of phenomenologies relevant to large and small break LOCAs and special transients in PWRs. The paper presents the results of three posttest calculations of LOBI experiments. The selected experiments are BL-30, BL-44, and A1-84. They are LOCA scenarios of different break sizes and with different availability of safety injection components. The goal of the analysis is to improve the knowledge of the phenomena occurred in the facility in order to use it in further studies related to qualifying nodalizations of actual plants or to establish accuracy data bases for uncertainty methodologies. An example of procedure of implementing changes in a common nodalization valid for simulating tests occurred in a specific ITF is presented along with its confirmation based on posttests results.|
|JRC Institute:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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