3 edition of Universal treatment of plumes and stresses for pressurized thermal shock evaluations found in the catalog.
Universal treatment of plumes and stresses for pressurized thermal shock evaluations
T. G Theofanous
1992 by Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. [distributor] .
Written in English
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ELSEVIER Nuclear Engineering and Design () Nuclear Universal treatment of plumes and stresses for pressurized thermal shock evaluations T.G. Theofanous, S. Angelini, H. Yan University of Cahfornia, Santa Barbara, Chemical and Nuclear Engineering, Center for Risk Studies and Safety, Santa Barbara, CAUSA Abstract The thermal field in a reactor vessel downcomer and resulting thermal/stress Cited by: 4.
Universal treatment of plumes and stresses for pressurized thermal shock evaluations Author: T G Theofanous ; S Angelini ; H Yan ; U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Theofous T. G., Angelini H., and Yan S., Universal Treatment of Plumes and Stresses for Pressurized Thermal-Shock Evaluations.
Nuclear Engineering and Design, Author: Hui-Ji Shi, Yaxiong Zheng, Hongguang Ye, Lisha Niu. A unified interpretation of one-fifth to full scale thermal mixing experiments related to pressurized thermal shock.
Washington, DC: Division of Systems Research, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. MLA Citation. Theofanous, T. and Yan, H. and U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
reactor pressure vessel (RPV) have the potential to be NPP life-limiting conditions for a NPP as the RPV is impossible or economically unviable to replace. The pressurized thermal shock (PTS) issue is concerned with the possibility of failure of pressurized-water-reactor (PWR) pressure vessels under a very specific set of conditions.
The French approach for RPV PTS assessment is defined in the RCCM code . This approach is very specific, by taking into account some realistic flaws (located in the cladding or in the base metal) and the role of cladding in the structural integrity analysis (both on thermal and mechanical aspects Cited by: A new stress reduction factor is introduced for the purpose of comparison.
The properties and appropriate conditions of the stress reduction factor, the first and second thermal shock resistance (TSR) parameters for the high and low Biot numbers, respectively, and the approximation formulas for the intermediate Biot number-interval are by: 8.
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The stress response is primarily determined by our perception of an event, transition, or problem. Finding a balance in our lives and managing our stress can be a challenge. An important first step is recognizing the degree to which we are. reactor pressure vessel internals due to the unacceptable consequences of their failure and due to the difficulty of their replacement.
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These guidelines deal with the reactor pressure vessel (RPV) pressurized thermal shock (PTS) analysis required to justify RPV integrity for nuclear power plants with WWER type reactors. The guidelines provide advice on individual elements of the PTS analysis.
Design of pressure vessels subjected to thermal stress--III The thermal stresses are a maximum at the outer wall at zero time, and frequently the total stress will be a maximum at this point. However, the maximum pressure stresses are at the inner wall and it is possible that the sum of the pressure and thermal stresses at the inner wall may become greater than the stresses at the outer by: 3.
Thermal stratification introduces thermal shock effect which results in local stress and fatique problems that must be considered in the design of nuclear power plant components. Local stress and fatique calculation were performed on the Pressurize Surge Line piping system of the Pressurize Water Reactor of the Nuclear Power Plant.
Analysis was done on the operating temperature between Author: B. Bandriyana, Utaja. These stresses have been simplified in Ref.  and a complete linearised solution is given for the thermal loading but also for internal pressure, depending on the main vessel material and on the cladding properties.
In Ref.  a complete compendium is also given for the elastic stress intensity factor calculation. The reduction of strength by the thermal shock is due to the thermal stresses caused by rapid temperature changes. The thermal stress theoretically analyzed regarding a cilindrical body of infinite height (Jaeger,),finite height (Karlelar,).
However, these studies are not practical in the thermal : T. Sakuma, N. Okabe, U. Iwata, T. Mizukami, H. Takaku. Nuclear Engineering and Design () North-Holland, Amsterdam PERFORMANCE OF LOW-UPPER-SHELF MATERIAL UNDER PRESSURIZED-THERMAL-SHOCK LOADING * R.H.
BRYAN, B.R. BASS, S.E. BOLT, J.W. BRYSON, W.R. CORWIN, R.K. NANSTAD, J.G. MERKLE, G.C. ROBINSON Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TNUSA Received 25 January The second pressurized-thermal-shock Cited by: 3.
Permeability vs. fracture pressure for different systems FP = k k + R 2 = 1 Thermal shock FP = Ln k + R 2 = No shock In. The first pressurized-thermal-shock test of a mm-thick steel pressure vessel with a 1-m-long flaw was performed to investigate fracture behavior of a vessel under conditions relevant to a.
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Pressure in the reactor system raises the severity of the thermal shock due to the addition of stress from pressure.
Transients, which combine high system pressure and a severe thermal shock, are potentially more dangerous due to the added effect of the tensile stresses on the inside of the reactor vessel wall. Residual stresses are those stresses that remain in a body when there is no external load applied.
Numerous factors can induce residual stresses in the material, including cold forming. Thermal treatments of steel are widely used because they can improve the mechanical properties of the steel, such as toughness, tenacity, and resistance; however, thermal treatments can also produce Cited by: 2.
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