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Participants

Nr. Family Name First Name Institution Country Presentation Title
1 Steinbrück Martin KIT Germany Overview of QUENCH program
2 Steinbock Lothar private Deutschland
3 Wensauer Andreas E.ON Kernkraft GmbH Germany
4 Sepold Leo Formerly KIT Deutschland
5 Sato Ikken Japan Atomic Energy Agency Japan An Experimental Program under Consideration focusing on BWR Core-Material-Relocation Beahvior using Non-Transfer Plasma Heating
6 GABRIELLI FABRIZIO KIT Germany
7 Algama Don USNRC USA
8 Grohé Willi TÜV SÜD Energietechnik GmbH Baden-Württemberg Mannheim
9 VEZZONI BARBARA KIT germany
10 Birchley Jonathan ETH Zurich Switzerland
11 Tang Chongchong Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Germany High temperature steam oxidation of potential cladding materials-FeCrAl alloy and Ti2AlC MAX phase
12 Ehlkes Lars EnBW Kernkraft GmbH Deutschland
13 Hagen Siegfried Former FZK Germany
14 SARTOWSKA Bożena Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology Poland Modification of the surface layer of zirconium alloys using high intense pulsed plasma beams (HIPPB)
15 ALLISON CHRIS INNOVATIVE SYSTEMS SOFTWARE USA
16 NEMOTO Yoshiyuki JAEA JAPAN JAEA studies on Spent Fuel Pool Severe Accident (1) Results of cladding air oxidation experiments
17 Stegmaier Ulrike KIT Germany
18 Pericas Raimon Innovative Systems Software USA “Development and validation of RELAP/SCDAPSIM modeling improvements to support Fukushima related decommissioning activities”
19 Sudo Ayako Japan Atomic Energy Agency Japan Reaction experiment on core-melt/concrete interface under temperature gradient
20 Škarohlíd Jan Czech Technical University in Prague Czech republic High temperature oxidation of polycrystalline diamond and CrAlSiN coated zirconium alloy
21 Besenböck Wolfgang TÜV SÜD Industrie Service GmbH München
22 Lovasz Liviusz GRS Germany
23 Bals Christine GRS Garching Germany
24 Nistor-Vlad Roxana-Mihaela Politehnica University of Bucharest Romania Development of improved RELAP/SCDAPSIM models and user guidelines for the analysis of late phases of a severe accidents in a CANDU reactor
25 Heck Monika KIT GER
26 Schäfer Wolfgang EnBW Kernkraft Deutschland
27 Nakajima Kunihisa Japan Atomic Energy Agency Japan Investigation of cesium chemisorption behavior on the stainless steel surface
28 Weber Sebastian GRS Germany
29 Hollands Thorsten GRS Germany
30 Grosse Mirco Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Germany 1. Results of Neutron Imaging Investigations of QUENCH-LOCA Claddings 2. Proposal for a Mechanistical Model of the reaction of Zirconium in Air or Steam/Nitrogen Atmospheres
31 BEUZET Emilie EDF R&D France
32 Matocha Vítězslav UJV Rez, a.s. Czech Republic
33 jannot emmanuel AREVA GmbH Germany
34 Shibata Hiroki Japan Atomic Energy Agency Japan Degradation test using control blade applied for BWRs in Japan
35 Angelici Avincola Valentina KIT Germany
36 Boldt Felix GRS Deutschland
37 Stuckert Juri Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Germany 1) First results of the bundle test QUENCH-LOCA-3
with optimized ZIRLO™ claddings; 2) Post-test investigations of the QUENCH-LOCA-4
bundle (hydrogenated M5® claddings).
38 Fargette Andre AREVA NP SAS France
39 Pshenichnikov Anton Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Germany Orientation relationships of δ-hydrides in zirconium and Zircaloy-4
40 CABRERA SALCEDO Andrea EDF France
41 Schubert Arndt European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Transuranium Elements (ITU) Germany The IAEA/FUMAC project and related developments of the TRANSURANUS code
42 Haurais Florian EDF - R&D France Porosimetry of Zr-based fuel claddings oxidized in nuclear severe accident conditions
43 sanchez victor KIT Germany
44 Park Sanggil Paul Scherrer Institut Switzerland Effect of nitriding and reoxidation of pre-oxidized Zry-4
45 Király Márton Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre for Energy Research Hungary High-temperature steam oxidation kinetics of the new E110G cladding alloy
46 Gómez García-Toraño Ignacio KIT Germany Validation of ASTECV2.1.0 based on the QUENCH-08 experiment
47 Prehradná Jana Czech Technical University in Prague Czech Republic
48 Robb Kevin Oak Ridge National Laboratory USA FeCrAl Accident Tolerant Fuel Response during BWR Severe Accidents
49 Dryepondt Sebastien Oak Ridge National Laboratory USA Severe Accident Test Station And FeCrAl Alloy Development
50 Ignatyev Dmitry NPO LUCH Russia Methodological aspects of E110 alloy hydrogenation, oxidation and mechanical tests for embrittlement threshold determination
51 Jaeckel Bernd Paul-Scherrer-Institut Switzerland
52 Krukovskyi Pavel Institute of Engineering Thermophysics Ukraine CFD - MODELING OF RADIOACTIVE AEROSOLS EMISSION BY FUEL CONTAINING MASSES OF THE CHERNOBYL NPP DESTROYED REACTOR
53 Nagatake Taku Japan Atomic Energy Agency Japan JAEA studies on Spent Fuel Pool Severe Accident (2) Thermal-hydraulic Research Plan for Evaluating Capability of Spray Cooling
54 Sung Joonyoung HGU Republic of Korea The effect of flow rate and partial pressure on the oxidation of Zircaloy-4 in N2 and steam mixture
55 Maeng Yunhwan Handong Global University Republic of Korea The effect of flow rate and partial pressure on the oxidation of Zircaloy-4 in air
56 Di Marcello Valentino Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Germany Severe accident analysis of a SB-LOCA scenario in a 72-type BWR Plant with ATHLET-CD
57 Muscher Heinrich KIT IAM Germany
58 Blair Paul Westinghouse Electric Sweden AB Sweden
59 Bratfisch Christian Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum (RUB) Germany Modelling approach for atmosphere ingress into a damaged fuel rod – First Concept
60 Rößger Conrado KIT Germany
61 Gremme Florian Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum (RUB) Germany Preliminary ASTEC V2.1 Validation of CORA-17 BWR Experiment
62 Madokoro Hiroshi KIT Germany
63 Mokrushin Andrei FSUE "SRI SIA "LUCH" Russia Structural parameters of ductile to brittle transition E110 alloy after pre-hydrogenation and hightemperature oxidation
64 Fedotov Petr VNIINM Russia Influence of cooling rate on embrittlement of E110 alloy under LOCA conditions
65 Ahmad Sarfraz Institut für Angewandte Materialien (IAM) Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen Potential of glasses as solders for joining of silicon carbide components via laser process
66 Tyrpekl Vaclav EC-JRC ITU Germany
67 Fischer Manfred AREVA GmbH Germany