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Agenda 2004

10th International QUENCH Workshop

Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe October 26-28, 2004

 

 

Meeting Location:

Fortbildungszentrum für Technik und Umwelt (FTU)

Tuesday, 26.10.

9.00

Welcome

W. Scholtyssek, FZK

 

QUENCH PROGRAM at FZK (Chairmen: L. Sepold / A. Miassoedov)

 

9:20

Status of the QUENCH Program

M. Steinbrück, FZK

9:40

Criteria for successful core reflood under severe accident conditions

W. Hering, FZK

10:00

Spent fuel storage pool accidents: The scenario behind the QUENCH-10 experiment

Z. Hozer, AEKI

10:20

Analytical support for the preparation of QUENCH-10: FZK/IRS studies

C. Homann, FZK

10:40

Coffee break

 

11:10

Analytical support for the preparation of QUENCH-10: PSI studies

J. Birchley, PSI

11:30

Main results of bundle test QUENCH-10 on air ingress

J. Stuckert, FZK

12:00

Analytical post-test support for QUENCH-10: FZK/IRS studies

C. Homann, FZK

12:30

Lunch

 

13:30

Analytical post-test support for QUENCH-10: PSI studies

J. Birchley, PSI

13:50

Experiments in the single rod QUENCH rig simulating QUENCH-10 conditions

U. Stegmaier, FZK

14:20

Aerosol release during the QUENCH-10 experiment

L. Matus, AEKI

14:40

Endoscopic voyage into the Quench-10 bundle

L. Steinbock, FZK

15:00

Coffee break

 

15:30

Post-test examination and interpretation of the QUENCH-09 bundle state

G. Schanz, FZK

16:00

Control rod behaviour in QUENCH tests

C. Homann, FZK

16:20

Analysis of hydrogen production in QUENCH bundle tests 01-09

M. Steinbrück, FZK

Wednesday, 27.10.

9:00-11:30

Visit of the A-Class production line at Daimler-Chrysler in Rastatt

 

12:30

Lunch at FZK

 

 

CODE APPLICATION (Chairman: M. Veshchunov)

 

13:30

Analysis of the TMI-2 Accident using MELCOR1.8.5

T. Haste, PSI

14:00

Analysis of the quench phase of different experiments using ATHLET-CD

T. Drath, RUB

14:30

Post test calculations of QUENCH-07 and QUENCH-08 with ATHLET-CD

W. Erdmann, GRS

15:00

Calculation of the B4C QUENCH tests with MAAP4

S. Marguet, EdF

15:30

Coffee break

 

16:00

Simulation of Quench-07 and Quench-08 experiments with the ICARE2 code, influence of the B4C control rod on the bundle degradation

N. Seiler-Marie, IRSN

16:30

QUENCH test calculations with ICARE2 Code and comparison with MELCOR code results

J. Duspiva, NRI Rez

17:00

Developing Severe Accident Management Guidelines - Impact of international Quench experiments and programs

C. Allison, ISS

Thursday, 28.10.

 

MODELLING (Chairman: T. Haste)

 

9:00

The need to improve the Zry cladding oxidation in severe accident codes

B. Adroguer, IRSN

9:20

Application of best-fitted parabolic correlations to analyses of high-temperature Zry oxidation phenomenon in QUENCH tests

A. Volchek, RRC KI

9:40

An advanced model for self-consistent consideration of chemical interactions during B4C oxidation in steam

M. Veshchunov, IBRAE

10:10

Coffee break

 

10:40

Validation of the advanced B4C oxidation model against FZK BOX Rig tests

A. Boldyrev, IBRAE

 

EXPERIMENTS (Chairman: G. Schanz)

 

11:10

Fuel assembly tests under severe accident conditions (PARAMETER Facility)

V. Nalivaev, NPO Lutch

11:40

Experimental study of B4C and oxidation products with stabilised zirconia in PHEBUS-FPT3 conditions

A. De Bremaecker, IRSN

12:10

Preliminary results of the Phébus FPT2 bundle post irradiation examination

D. Bottomley, ITU

12:30

Lunch

 

13:30

Program of the single-rod quench tests at RIAR

A. Goryachev, RIAR

13:50

Oxidation of E110 cladding in hydrogen rich steam atmosphere

E. Perez-Fero, AEKI

14:10

Behaviour of the cladding oxide layer under steam starvation conditions at temperatures around 1250°C

J. Stuckert, FZK

14:30

Separate-effects tests on the oxidation of Zry-4 cladding in mixed steam/air atmospheres

M. Steinbrück, FZK

15:00

Feasibility study for LACOMERA-Q2 (QUENCH-11)

W. Hering, FZK

15:30

Closure of the Workshop