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Iodine chemical forms in LWR severe accidents

Iodine chemical forms in LWR severe accidents

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Published by Division of Systems Research, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Iodine -- Effect of radiation on.,
  • Light water reactors -- United States -- Accidents.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by E.C. Beahm ... [et al.].
    ContributionsBeahm, E. C., Oak Ridge National Laboratory., U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research. Division of Systems Research.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15375006M

    Relap5 represents the aggregate accumulation of experience in modeling reactor-core behavior during severe accidents, two-phase flow processes, and LWR systems. The code's development has benefited from extensive application and comparison to experimental data in the LOFT, PBF, Semiscale, ACRR, NRU, and other experimental programs. Full text of "Development of fission-products transport model in severe-accident scenarios for SCDAP/RELAPS" See other formats.

    Plutonium is a silvery white metal that exists as a solid under normal conditions. It is produced when uranium absorbs an atomic particle. Trace amounts of plutonium occur naturally, but large amounts have been produced in nuclear reactors. Trace levels of plutonium can be found in the environment, from past nuclear bomb tests, in several forms called isotopes. Prior to the accident, measures against severe accidents were, in effect, limited. The power supply system was especially weak from a defensive .

    Invited lectures - 2. Safety Improvements of Operating PWR Reactors in EU. Stanislav Rožman, Janez Krajnc, Božidar Krajnc. 1 Nuklearna elektrarna Krško, Vrb Krško, Slovenia. After Fukushima accident in , stress tests were required to be carried out on nuclear power plants and EU countries have developed and submitted to ENSREG the so . Probabilistic Safety Analysis (PSA) determines the probability and consequences of accidents, hence, the risk. This subject concerns policy makers, regulators, designers, educators and engineers working to achieve maximum safety with operational efficiency. Risk is analyzed using methods for achieving reliability in the space program.


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@article{osti_, title = {Iodine chemical forms in LWR severe accidents. Final report}, author = {Beahm, E. and Weber, C. and Kress, T. and Parker, G. W.}, abstractNote = {Calculated data from seven severe accident sequences in light water reactor plants were used to assess the chemical forms of iodine in containment.

In most of the calculations for the seven. Get this from a library. Iodine chemical forms in LWR severe accidents: draft report for comment. [E C Beahm; C F Weber; T S Kress; U.S.

Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research. Division of Systems Research.; Oak Ridge National Laboratory.]. Iodine chemical forms in LWR severe accidents (OCoLC) Online version: Beahm, E.C.

Iodine chemical forms in LWR severe accidents (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E C Beahm; Oak Ridge National Laboratory.; U.S.

Nuclear Regulatory. This report discusses accident sequences in which pH falls below [approximately]7, and I[sub 2] will form in irradiated water pools. In containments where no pH-control chemicals are present, the acidity or basicity will be determined by materials that are. NUREG CR IODINE CHEMICAL FORMS IN LWR SEVERE ACCIDENTS, FINAL REPORT NUREG CR Edition, Ap Complete Document IODINE CHEMICAL Iodine chemical forms in LWR severe accidents book IN LWR SEVERE ACCIDENTS, FINAL REPORT.

View Abstract Product Details Detail Summary View all details. Active, Most Current. In the present investigation chemical forms of cesium (Cs) and iodine (I) were calculated in H^O-H^ mixture under severe LWR accident conditions.

Since some data suggest that Cs should react with boron (B) to form CsBO^ under certain conditions [7,8], reactions of B with Cs were taken into by: Iodine speciation and partitioning in PWR steam generator accidents final report. Washington, DC: Division of Safety Issue Resolution, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research, U.S.

Nuclear Regulatory Commission. MLA Citation. Beahm, E. and U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Division of Safety Issue Resolution. and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Gianni Petrangeli, in Nuclear Safety, Existing plants. Severe accidents are defined as those which entail at least an initial core damage, in many cases specified as the overcoming of the regulatory fuel limits, such as a temperature of K (°C) in the fuel claddings, etc.).

The need to consider severe accidents aside from DBAs became apparent after the final. Modeling liquid–gas iodine mass transfer under evaporative conditions during severe accidents Article in Nuclear Engineering and Design (4) April with 22 Reads.

Formation of organic iodide in the containment in case of a severe accident Guilbert Séverine 1, Bosland Loïc 2, Fillet Sylvie 3, Jacquemain Didier 4, Clement Bernard 5, Andreo François 6. Iodine evolution and pH control [microform] / prepared by E.C.

Beahm, R.A. Lorenz, C.F. Weber; Iodine chemical forms in LWR severe accidents [microform]: draft report for comment / prepared by E.C. Nuclear accident countermeasures: iodine prophylaxis / report of the UK Working Group on Iodine Prophyl.

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