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1. Introduction
1.1 Thermal-Hydraulic Processes in Nuclear Reactors
1.2 Power Generation in Nuclear Reactors
2. Thermodynamics
2.1 Laws of Thermodynamics
2.1.4 Maximum Work and Exergy
2.2 Thermodynamic Processes
2.2.1 Ideal Gas
2.2.2 van der Waals Equation
2.2.3 Gas Mixtures
2.2.4 Gas Processes
2.2.8 Phase Change
3. Fluid Mechanics
3.1 Mathematical Tools
3.1.1 Coordinate System
3.1.2 Scalars, Vectors and Tensors
3.1.4 Substantial Time Derivative
3.1.5 Integral Theorems
3.2 Field Equations for Single-Phase Flows
3.2.1 Mass Conservation
3.2.2 Momentum Conservation
3.2.3 Energy Conservation
3.2.5 Constitutive Equations
3.2.6 Conservation Equations for Ideal Fluids
3.2.7 Conservation Equations for Ideal Gas
3.2.8 Turbulence in Incompressible Flows
3.3 Field Equations for Multi-Phase Flows
3.3.1 Local Instantaneous Conservation Equations
3.3.2 Time-Averaged Conservation Equations
3.4 Single-Phase Flows in Channels
3.4.1 Mass Conservation Equation
3.4.2 Momentum Conservation Equation
3.4.3 Energy Conservation Equation
3.4.4 Wall Shear Stress in Laminar Flows
3.4.6 Local Pressure Losses
3.4.7 Total Pressure Drop
3.5 Multi-phase Flows in Channels
3.5.1 Area-Averaged Conservation Equations
3.5.2 Void Fraction and Quality in Multiphase Flows
3.5.3 Homogeneous Equilibrium Model
3.5.4 Drift Flux Model
3.5.5 Pressure Drop in Multiphase Flows
3.5.9 Local Pressure Loss
3.5.10 Total Pressure Drop
4. Heat Transfer
4.1 Heat Conduction
4.1.1 Steady-State Heat Conduction with Heat Sources
4.1.2 Steady-State Heat Conduction in Fuel Elements
4.1.3 Heat Conduction with Temperature-Dependent Conductivity
4.2 Convective Heat Transfer
4.2.1 Laminar Forced Convection
4.2.2 Turbulent Forced Convection
4.2.3 Natural Convection
4.3 Radiative Heat Transfer
4.3.1 Heat Transfer between Two Parallel Surfaces
4.3.2 Heat Transfer in Closed Volumes
4.3.3 Radiation of Gases and Vapors
4.4 Pool Boiling Heat Transfer
4.4.1 Heat Transfer coefficient in Pool Boiling
4.4.2 Critical Heat Flux in Pool Boiling
4.4.3 Minimum Film Boiling
4.4.4 Transition Boiling
4.5 Convective Boiling in Heated Channels
4.5.1 Onset of Nucleate Boiling
4.5.3 Saturated Flow Boiling
4.5.4 Forced Convective Critical Heat Flux
4.5.5 Film Boiling Heat Transfer
4.5.6 Mist Flow Evaporation
5.1.2 Stationary Gas Flow in Channels
5.1.3 Discharge of Compressible Fluid from a Tank
5.1.4 Two-Phase Critical Flow
5.2 Fluid-Structure Interactions
5.2.1 Static Reaction Forces
5.2.2 Hydraulic Transients in Elastic Channels
5.2.3 Flow-Induced Vibrations
5.2.5 Thermal Fatigue
5.3 Plant Components
5.3.1 Pipelines and Valves
5.3.2 Heat Exchangers
5.3.3 Steam Generators
5.3.4 Pumps
5.3.5 Turbines Sets
5.3.6 Steady-State Balance of Boiling Water Reactor
1 Appendix A – Constants and Selected Data
2 Appendix B – Dimensionless Numbers
3 Appendix C - Selected Steam- Water Data
4 Appendix D – Scilab Thermal- Hydraulic Library
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Thermal-Hydraulics in Nuclear Systems

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