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Agenda

23rd International QUENCH Workshop*

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Campus North, H.-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1, 76344 Egg.-Leopoldshafen, Germany
October 17-19, 2017

Meeting Location:          Fortbildungszentrum für Technik und Umwelt (FTU), Auditorium (Aula)

 

Tuesday, 17 Oct 2017

8:00

Pick-up at the hotels (Acora/Kübler)

8:30

Registration

9:00

Welcome

M. Steinbrück, KIT

 

QUENCH (Chair: J. Birchley)

9:10

Update of the QUENCH program

M. Steinbrück, KIT

9:40

Lessons learned from the QUENCH-LOCA experiments

J. Stuckert, KIT

10:10

Pre-Test Benchmarks in the Frame of the NUGENIA QUESA Project: QUENCH-ALISA and CODEX-AIT3

T. Hollands, GRS

10:40

Coffee break (Group Photo)

 

11:15

First results of the QUENCH-ALISA bundle test

J. Stuckert, KIT

11:45

Aerosol measurements in the QUENCH-ALISA test

J. Kalilainen, PSI

 

Invited Talks (Chair: M. Steinbrück, KIT)

12:00

IAEA Activities in the Area of Nuclear Power Reactor Fuel Engineering

M.S. Veshchunov, IAEA

12:30

Dry Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel and High Active Waste in Germany

G. Spykman, TÜV Nord

13:00

Lunch

 

 

International Programs I (Chair: M. Veshchunov, IAEA)

14:00

UK Research in LOCA-Related Activities and Co-operation with the Karlsruhe Research Centre– A Historical Perspective

T. Haste, IRSN

14:25

The experimental and computational study of cluster of nuclear dangerous materials inside "Shelter" object

R. Godun, ISPNPP

14:45

JAEA-sponsored projects at the OECD-NEA in support of Fukushima Dai-ichi site activities

D. Bottomley, JAEA

15:10

Coffee break

 

15:40

CLADS test facilities on BWR core material degradation

Y. Nagae, JAEA

16:00

Main objectives and results of the EU SAFEST project

A. Miassoedov, KIT

16:20

International Severe Accident Research Roadmaps within the SAFEST Project

D. Manara, JRC

17:00

Bus transfer to the hotels

 

Wednesday, 18 Oct 2017

8:20

Pick-up at the hotels (Acora/Kübler)

 

MODELLING AND CODE APPLICATION I (Chair: C. Allison, ISS)

9:00

Development of Three-Dimensional Simulation Code for BWR In-vessel Core Degradation

T. Okawa, NRA

9:20

Implementation of QUENCH-10 experiment modelling experience for the modelling of severe accidents in spent fuel pools

K. Kaliatka, LEI

9:40

Novel percolation model in post-transition growth kinetics of heterogeneous zirconium oxide

A. Aryanfar, BIU

10:00

Advanced Analytical Model of Zr-Based Claddings Breakaway Oxidation in Steam-Oxygen-Nitrogen Mixtures

A. Vasiliev, IBRAE

10:20

Validation of the SOCRAT code on the integral experiment CORA-15

A. Tarasov, IBRAE

10:40

Coffee break

 

MODELLING AND CODE APPLICATION II (Chair: T. Haste, IRSN)

11:10

QUENCH-06 Experiment Post-test Calculations and Integrated Uncertainty Analysis with RELAP/SCDAPSIM

A. Tezbasaran, NCSU

11:30

QUENCH-14, QUENCH-16 and QUENCH-ALISA analysis with RELAP5/SCDAPSIM MOD3.5 and MOD3.6

O. Dutkiewicz, KIT

11:50

Pre-test Calculations for Test CODEX-AIT3 with ATHLET-CD

C. Bals, GRS

12:10

Integrated uncertainty analysis of CORA BWR experiments using RELAP/SCDAPSIM

C. Allison, ISS

12:30

Lunch

 

MODELLING AND CODE APPLICATION III (Chair: T. Hollands, GRS)

13:30

Study of the influence of the axial discretization in simulations of Quench 06 with SCDAP/RELAP5.mod3.5dp

I. Spasov, TU Sofia

13:50

Assessment of a lower pool analysis model in RELAP/SCDAPSIM with LIVE experiment

H. Madokoro, KIT

14:10

Investigation of thermodynamic phases of Ag-Cd-In system at high temperature and its assessment by CALPHAD

K.V. Gajavalli, IRSN

14:30

Accident Progression Analysis Based on Experiments QUENCH-16 and QUENCH-10

P. Vryashkova, INRNE

15:00

Bus to Germersheim Fortress and invited dinner

ca. 22:00

Arrival in hotels and at KIT

 

Thursday, 19 Oct 2017

8:20

Pick-up at the hotels (Acora/Kübler)

 

ATF Claddings (Chair: M. Große, KIT)

9:00

Accident Tolerant Materials - Ideas and Research Directions

B. Sartowska, INCT

9:20

Experimental Behaviour of Chromium Based Coatings

J. Krejci, UHJ

9:40

High-temperature oxidation resistance and self-healing behavior of Cr2AlC MAX phase coating on Zircaloy-4

C. Tang, KIT

10:00

High-temperature oxidation of LWR ATF cladding specimens under LOCA conditions

S. Bazyuk, LUCH

10:20

A New Approach to Enhance the Oxidation Resistance of a Zirconium Alloy: High-Temperature Pre-Oxidation

C.M. Lee, UNIST

10:40

Coffee break

 

EXPERIMENTS I (Chair: J. Stuckert, KIT)

 

11:10

New Zircaloy Cladding Behavior Study in LOCA Condition and Annular Fuel R&D Introduction in China

X. He, CIAE

11:30

Secondary hydriding of zirconium-based fuel claddings at high temperature (LOCA conditions) Part 1: Multi-scale study of hydrogen distribution

J.-C. Brachet, CEA

11:50

Secondary hydriding of zirconium-based fuel claddings at high temperature (LOCA conditions). Part 2: Effect of high hydrogen contents on metallurgical and mechanical properties

T. Le Hong, CEA

12:10

Air Oxidation of Sponge Based E110 Cladding Alloy at High Temperatures

P. Vrbka, CTU

12:30

Variation in time of the high-temperature oxidation of Zircaloy-4 in various atmospheres

P. van Appeldorn, KIT

12:50

Lunch

 

 

EXPERIMENTS II (Chair: J.-C. Brachet, CEA)

 

13:50

A quantification of effect of nitrogen during air ingress scenarios

S. Park, HGU/ACT

14:10

Status report on nitriding model

B. Jäckel, PSI

14:30

Effect of beta phase composition (heat treatment) and morphology (surface machining and cold work) on high T and P oxidation behaviour of Zr-2.5%Nb alloy

S.K. Nouduru, BARC

15:00

Closure of the Workshop

M. Steinbrück, KIT

15:30

Bus for train station and Hotels

 

 

 

 

16:00

CoreSOAR Progress Meeting (Room 160; only for project partners)

T. Haste, IRSN

18:00

Bus for train station and Hotels