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Experimental Study of SBLOCA Simulation of Safety-Injection Line Break with Single Train Passive Safety System of SMART-ITL
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Experimental Study of SBLOCA Simulation of Safety-Injection Line Break with Single Train Passive Safety System of SMART-ITL
Ryu, Sung Uk; Bae, Hwang; Ryu, Hyo Bong; Byun, Sun Joon; Kim, Woo Shik; Shin, Yong-Cheol; Yi, Sung-Jae; Park, Hyun-Sik;
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 Abstract
An experimental study of the thermal-hydraulic characteristics of passive safety systems (PSSs) was conducted using a system-integrated modular advanced reactor-integral test loop (SMART-ITL). The present passive safety injection system for the SMART-ITL consists of one train with the core makeup tank (CMT), the safety injection tank, and the automatic depressurization system. The objective of this study is to investigate the injection effect of the PSS on the small-break loss-of-coolant accident (SBLOCA) scenario for a 0.4 inch line break in the safety-injection system (SIS). The steady-state condition was maintained for 746 seconds before the break. When the major parameters of the target value and test results were compared, most of the thermal-hydraulic parameters agreed closely with each other. The water level of the reactor pressure vessel (RPV) was maintained higher than that of the fuel assembly plate during the transient, for the present CMT and safety injection tank (SIT) flow rate conditions. It can be seen that the capability of an emergency core cooling system is sufficient during the transient with SMART passive SISs.
 Keywords
Flow distributor;CMT;SIT;SBLOCA;Passive Safety System;
 Language
Korean
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