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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Document Content
1.2 Background of Document
1.3 History of CFD use in Nuclear Reactor Safety Analysis
1.3.1 Czech Republic
1.3.2 France
1.3.7 The Netherlands
1.3.8 Sweden
1.3.10 United States
2. TERMINOLOGY
2.1 Spatial Mesh
2.2.1 Reynolds Average Navier Stokes (RANS)
2.2.2 Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS)
2.2.3 Large Eddy Simulation (LES)
2.2.4 Detached Eddy Simulation (DES)
2.3 Verification and Validation
3. PROBLEM DEFINITION
3.1 Isolation of the Problem
3.3 Special Phenomena
3.3.1 Containment Wall Condensation
3.3.2 Pipe Wall Erosion
3.3.3 Thermal Cycling
3.3.4 Hydrogen Explosion
3.3.5 Fire Analysis
3.3.6 Water Hammer
3.3.7 Liquid Metal Systems
3.3.8 Natural Convection
4. SELECTION OF APPROPRIATE SIMULATION TOOL
4.1 Classic Thermal-Hydraulic System Code
4.1.1 Underlying hypotheses and main outcomes
4.1.2 Classical validation process
4.1.3 Circumstances of standard use (recommended use)
4.1.4 Main scales involved
4.2 Component Code (Porous CFD)
4.2.1 Underlying hypotheses and main outcomes
4.2.2 Classical validation process
4.2.3 Circumstances of standard use (recommended use)
4.2.4 Main scales involved
4.3 CFD Code
4.3.1 Underlying hypotheses and main outcomes
4.3.2 Classical validation process
4.3.3 Circumstances of standard use (recommended use)
4.3.4 Main scales involved
4.4 Potential Complementary Approaches
44.1 State of the art of some CFD-1D coupling
4.4.2 Recommendations for NRS :
5. USER SELECTION OF PHYSICAL MODELS
5.1 Guidelines for turbulence modelling in NRS applications
5.1.1 Limitations and aims of the present section
5.1.2 Related existing documents
5.1.3 Some insights into the turbulence phenomena, some modelling procedures
5.1.4 Turbulence model classification and known limitations
5.2 Buoyancy Model
5.3 Heat Transfer
5.4 Free Surface Modelling
5.5 Fluid-Structure Interaction
6. USER CONTROL OF THE NUMERICAL MODEL
6.1 Transient or Steady Model
6.2 Grid Requirements
6.2.1 Geometry Generation
6.2.3 Grid Quality
6.3 Discretization Schemes
6.4 Convergence Control
6.4.1 Differential versus Discretized Equations
6.4.2 Termination of Iterative Solvers
6.5 Free Surface Consideration
7. ASSESSMENT STRATEGY
7.1 Task 7.1 Demonstration of Capabilities
7.2 Interpretation of Results
8. VERIFICATION OF THE CALCULATION AND NUMERICAL MODEL
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Error Hierarchy
8.2.1 Target Variables
8.3 Round-Off Errors
8.4 Iteration Errors
8.5 Spatial Discretisation Errors
8.6 Time Discretization Errors
8.7 Software and User Errors
8.7.1 Quality Assurance
8.7.2 The Method of Manufactured Solutions
9. VALIDATION OF RESULTS
9.1 Validation Methodology
9.3.2 Uncertainty in the Simulation Results
10. DOCUMENTATION
11. SPECIAL CONSIDERATION OF SPECIFIC NRS CASES
11.1 Boron Dilution
11.1.1 Key phenomena
11.1.2 Solution strategy
11.1.3 Geometry, grid, numerical schemes and model features
11.1.4 Results of the boron dilution transient
11.1.5 Conclusions
11.2 Pressurized Thermal Shock: UPTF Test 1
11.2.1 UPTF Test 1 Conditions
11.2.2 Summary of Results Calculated Using CFX-5
11.2.3 Conclusions
11.3 Spent Fuel Dry Storage Cask
11.3.1 Description of the VSC-17 Spent Fuel Storage Cask Experiments:
11.3.2 Effective Thermal Conductivity Model for Consolidated Fuel Canister:
11.3.3 Decay Heat Generation (Thermal Source Term) for Consolidated Fuel Cans
11.3.4 Mesh Considerations and Turbulence Modeling in the Air Annulus Region
11.3.5 Thermal Radiation Modeling within the VSC-17 System
11.3.6 Boundary Conditions
11.3.7 Material Properties
11.3.8 Spatial Differencing and Solution Method
11.3.9 Simulation Results
11.3.10 Thermal Performance Data
11.3.11 Summary of Results
11.4 Hydrogen Mitigation in the Containment of the PAKS NPP
11.4.1 Calculations performed
11.4.2 GRS Simulations
11.4.3 Conclusions
REFERENCES
GLOSSARY
ANNEX I, CHECKLIST FOR A CALCULATION
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