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Natural convection flow in a cask storage ware house For Toyo Engineering. PHOENICS Version : 3.5.1 DETAILS : BFC grid Three-Dimensional steady flow with heat transfer Buoyancy-influenced flow Surface to surface radiation included NX*NY*NZ= 288*74*42=895,104 NOTES :

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Natural convection flow in a cask storage ware house for toyo engineering l.jpg
Natural convection flow in a cask storage warehouseFor Toyo Engineering

  • PHOENICS Version : 3.5.1

  • DETAILS :

    • BFC grid

    • Three-Dimensional steady flow with heat transfer

    • Buoyancy-influenced flow

    • Surface to surface radiation included

    • NX*NY*NZ=288*74*42=895,104

  • NOTES :

    • The purpose of this model is to establish

    • the temperature distribution and the air flow rate .


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Geometry

x-y plane

nx×nz=288×42

x-y plane

nx×ny=288×74


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Q

A2

A1

A1

Q

A2

outlet

outlet

outlet

outlet

External temperature

23.2℃

External temperature

23.2℃

Radiation model in the cask

cask

Air out

Heat source

: 22.6[kw]

Air in



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Velocity

FlowRate[m3/s] per one cask

Experimentaldata

0.28

0.3

Result of PHOENICS



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Natural convection flow in a nuclear reactorFor Denchuken

  • PHOENICS Version : 3.6

  • DETAILS :

    • Cylindrical-polar grid

    • Three-Dimensional steady or transient flow with heat transfer

    • Buoyancy-influenced flow

    • Surface to surface radiation included

    • NX*NY*NZ=40*45*80=144,000

  • NOTES :

    • When an accident happens in the nuclear system, eg the cooling system may fail. Hence, heat will be released solely

    • by natural convection of air flow. The purpose of this model is to establish the distribution of temperature and the air flow rate under these circumstances.


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Air outlet (connected to stack)

Air inlet

(connected to stack)

PRACS

IHX(Heat sink Q=-28.55[MW])

Argon gas zone

Liquid Na convection zone

Pump(11m3/min)

Steady::on

Transient::off

Air convection zone

Radial shield

Reflector

Core

(Heat source Q=30[MW])

Structure of porous media zone

Air Flow

Liquid Na Flow


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Boundary conditions

Heat source and Heat sink:

Steady:-28.55[MW]

Transient:0[WM]

Steady:30[MW]

Transient: change profile


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Pump power :

Steady:11[m3/s]

Transient: change profile.


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Body force (Buoyancy):

Liquid Na convection zone

Air convection zone


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Resistance force in the porous medium zone:

where

K: Pressure resistance coefficient. (This is different in each zone)

ρ:density

U:velocity


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Q

A2

A1

A1

Q

A2

Radiation :

安全容器

コレクタ

原子炉容器

Q1

Q2

radiation



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i

Ai[m2]

ki[-]

n

1

1.0

0.3

2

2

1.0

0.25

2

POTOP

3

-

0.657

2

ΔPf9

4

5.28

1.3

1

5

3.48

0.76

1

ΔPf8

Δh

Δhout

6

1.26

2.6

1

7

-

0.3174

2

ΔPf1

ΔPf2

Δhin

ΔPf3

POUT

PIN

8

1.0

1.5

2

ΔPf7

9

1.0

7.0

ΔPf6

2

ΔPf4

ΔPf5

Pressure value in the air convection zone boundary :

The value of pressure in the air convection zone boundary is renewed

while it is calculated from the next experience equation.

i=6 to 10

i=1 to 5

PITOP



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Maximum temperature [℃]

Experimentaldata

550

540.6699

Result of PHOENICS

Temperature distribution (steady)


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Pressure drop [MPa] in Na convection zone

Experimentaldata

2.5

2.51

Result of PHOENICS

Pressure distribution (steady)


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Air flow rate in the air convection zone.

Maximum temperature in the liquid Na convection zone.


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Transient simulation in a vapor turbine

  • PHOENICS Version : 3.5.0

  • DETAILS :

    • Cartesian grid

    • Three-Dimensional transient flow

    • NX*NY*NZ=222×218×98=4,742,808


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Air :Fixed temperature

下流側流入境界

Inlet of vapor

Inlet of vapor

Outlet

Nozzle Box : Fixed temperature



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温度出力点

①(0°)

鉛直断面

②(30°)

③(60°)

④(90°)

水平断面

⑤(120°)

⑥(150°)

⑦(180°)

SLICE

POINT1

POINT2