QUENCH Programme

List of participants

Family Name First Name Institution Country Presentation Title
Ahmad Sarfraz KIT Germany
Algama Don US-NRC USA
Allison Chris Innovative Systems Software USA Assessment of the German CORA and QUENCH Data Applicability for the Analysis of Severe Accident Transients for PHWRs with Fuel Channel Designs
Avincola Valentina KIT Germany 1) Oxidation and Quench of Silicon Carbide Composites in High Temperature Corrosive Environments 2) High Temperature Steam Oxidation Performance of Coatings for Zircaloy
Baláž Jozef VUJE a.s. Trnava Slovakia
Bals Christine GRS Garching Germany
Benesova Barbora CTU in Prague Czech Republic
Beuzet Emilie EDF R&D France
Birchley Jonathan Paul Scherrer Institute Switzerland Improvements in oxidation modelling during the QUENCH era
Blair Paul Westinghouse Electric Sweden Sweden
Boldyrev Andrey IBRAE Russia
Boneva Stefka Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy Bulgaria
Bottomley David JRC-ITU, Karlsruhe Germany
Boulore Antoine CEA France Modelling LOCA behaviour with the ALCYONE code : application to some IFA650 LOCA tests
Brachet Jean-Christophe CEA France "On-going CEA studies on enhanced accident tolerant fuel claddings" Remark : presentation based on presentations already done at two recent international meetings
Bratfisch Christian Ruhr-Universität Bochum Germany
Buck Michael Universität Stuttgart Germany
Coindreau Olivia IRSN France Validation of ASTEC V2.1 on Q03, Q11 and Q17 experiments.
Coppola Roberto ENEA-Casaccia Italy Small-angle neutron scattering studies of hydrogen microstructural effects in Zr alloys
Denis Alicia CNEA (National Atomic Energy Commission) Argentina Inclusion of Accident Conditions Models in the DIONISIO 2.0 Code
Di Marcello Valentino KIT Germany
Dietrich Philipp KIT Germany
Distler Ingrid AREVA GmbH Germany
Ehlkes Lars EnBW Kernkraft GmbH Germany
Fargette Andre AREVA France
Fedotov Petr JSC VNIINM Russia
Fernandez-Moguel Leticia Paul Scherrer Institute Switzerland
Fluhrer Beatrix KIT Germany SAFEST: towards a pan-European laboratory on corium experimental R&D
Fujioka Kazuharu Nuclear Regulation Autholity Japan
Gabrielli Fabrizio KIT Germany
Gaus-Liu Xiaoyang KIT Germany
Gómez García-Toraño Ignacio KIT Germany ASTEC validation on the QUENCH-08 experiment
Gremme Florian Ruhr-Universität Bochum Validation of ASTEC V2.0 on QUENCH-11
Grohé Willi TÜV SÜD Energietechnik GmbH BW Germany
Grosse Mirco KIT Germany 1.: Neutron imaging investigations of the claddings used in the QUENCH-L2 and –L3 tests 2.: Hydrogen uptake of Zry-4 during annealing in steam/nitrogen atmospheres
Gumenyuk Dmytro Energorisk, Ltd. Ukraine
Hagen Siegfried Formerly KIT Germany
Haste Tim IRSN France Results and conclusions from the QUENCH integral reflood experiments
Haurais Florian EDF-R&D France Degradation mechanism of Zr-based fuel claddings in steam and air-steam atmospheres at high temperatures
HE Xiaojun China Institute of Atomic Energy People's Republic of China
Heck Monika KIT Germany
Hering Wolfgang KIT Germany
Herranz Luis E. CIEMAT Spain
Hilali Wael Universität Stuttgart Germany
Hofmann Peter Formerly KIT Germany

Knowledge on core degradation phenomena obtained by the CORA program (1986-1993) and resulting remaining uncertainties

Hollands Thorsten GRS Garching Germany
Homann Christoph KIT Germany
Howell Jutta KIT Germany
Ignatyev Dmitry NPO LUCH Russia Corrosion behavior and embrittlement of E110 alloy under LOCA conditions
Ikonen Timo VTT Finland
Ieremenko Maksym SSTC N&RS Ukraine
Jäckel Bernd Paul-Scherrer-Institut Switzerland Application of PSI air oxidation model on spent fuel pools under severe accident conditions
Jernkvist Lars Olof Quantum Technologies AB Sweden
JI Songtao China Institute of Atomic Energy People's Republic of China
Kättö Joonas VTT Finland
Kaliatka Tadas Lithuanian Energy Institute Lithuania Best estimate approach for QUENCH-03 and QUENCH-06 Experiments
Killeen John IAEA Austria
Klouzal Jan UJV Rez a.s. Czech Republic
Knebel Kevin Institute for Transuranium Elements (ITU) Germany
Konys Juergen KIT Germany
Kubačka Ján VUJE, a.s. Slovakia
Kulacsy Katalin Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre for Energy Research (MTA EK) Hungary
Laier Jutta KIT Germany
Lecomte Marylène AREVA NP France
Luzzi Lelio Politecnico di Milano Italy
Malesa Janusz National Centre for Nuclear Research (NCBJ) Poland
Marino Armando Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica Argentina
Mlčúch Adam VUJE a.s. Trnava Slovakia
Moch Jürgen KIT Germany
Mokrushin Andrey NPO LUCH Russia E110 alloy structure studies after hydrogenation and high temperature oxidation
Muscher Heinricht KIT Germany Air ingress modeling using ASTEC
Nemoto Yoshiyuki Japan Atomic Energy Agency Japan Project of the cladding air oxidation experiment in JAEA regarding severe accident in SFP
Palfner Frank TÜV SÜD Industrie Service GmbH Germany
Park Sanggil Paul Scherrer Institute Switzerland Overview of the air oxidation kinetic modeling
Pastore Giovanni Idaho National Laboratory USA Modeling LOCA behavior with the BISON fuel performance code
Pain Christopher Imperial College London UK
Pavlidis Dimitrios Imperial College London UK Finite element modelling of debris bed water quenching
Peng Xu Westinghouse USA
Peters Ursula KIT Germany
Pizzocri Davide Politecnico di Milano Italy
Pshenichnikov Anton KIT Germany Hydrides and fracture of pure zirconium and Zircaloy-4 hydrogenated at temperatures typical for loss-of-coolant accident conditions
Roessger Conrado KIT Germany
Sanchez Victor KIT Germany
Schäfer Wolfgang EnBW Kernkraft GmbH Germany
Schuck Armin TÜV SÜD Energietechnik GmbH BW Germany
Schubert Arndt European Commission, Joint Research Centre,Insitute for Transuranium Elements Germany
Sepold Leo Formerly KIT Germany
Shestak Valeriy IBRAE RAS Russia
Shestopalov Aleksey JSC VNIINM Russia
Skarohlid Jan Czech Technical University Czech Rep.
Skoda Radek Czech Technical University Czech Rep.
Starosta Wojciech Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology Poland Application of the High Intensity Pulsed Plasma Beam for the modification of the zirconium alloy surface layer properties - preliminary results.
Stefanova Antoaneta INRNE-BAS Bulgaria
Stegmaier Ulrike KIT Germany
Steinbock Lothar Sibex Germany
Steinbrück Martin KIT Germany 1) Overview on QUENCH program 2) High-temperature oxidation of Zircaloy-4 in steam-nitrogen mixtures
Stuckert Juri KIT Germany 1) Results of the high temperature bundle test QUENCH-L3HT with optimized ZIRLO™ claddings; 2) First results of the bundle test QUENCH-L4 with hydrogenated M5® claddings; 3) Kinetics of dissolution of oxide layer on cladding surface under oxygen starvation conditions.
Tang Chongchong Institute for Applied Materials - Applied Materials Physics Germany
Tas Fatma Burcu HACETTEPE UNIVERSITY Turkey Coupling of a steady state fuel behavior code with RELAP/SCDAPSIM thermal hydraulic analysis code
Van Uffelen Paul European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Transuranium Elements Germany Simulation of LOCA tests carried out in Norway by means of the TRANSURANUS code
Vasiliev Alexander IBRAE Russia Model of Zr-based claddings oxidation in oxygen-nitrogen and steam-nitrogen gas mixtures and its application to separate effects tests
Vimi András MTA Centre for Energy Research Hungary New experiment on the CODEX facility
Veshchunov Mikhail IBRAE Russia KIT-IBRAE collaboration in the frame of the QUENCH program
Weber Sebastian GRS Garching Germany
Wensauer Andreas E.ON Kernkraft GmbH Germany
Williamson Richard Idaho National Laboratory USA
Wiesenack Wolfgang IFE / OECD-HRP Norway
Yamashita Susumu Japan Atomic Energy Agency Japan Numerical simulation of melting and solidification of core internals based on VOF technique
Zhang Jinzhao Tractebel Engineering (GDF Suez) Belgium FRAPTRAN modelling and DAKOTA uncertainty analysis of selected Halden LOCA tests