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China starts construction on 2 reactors
Construction formally began this week on two new nuclear reactors in China.
The China National Nuclear Corporation held a ground-breaking ceremony to mark the first phase of construction of the Jinqimen nuclear power plant in the eastern province of Zhejiang.
Technical Session|Transient Fuel Behavior and Safety Related Issues
Monday, October 10, 2022|1:30–3:10PM EDT|Adagio/Allegro
Michelle Bales (NEA)
Jinzhao Zhang (Tractabel)
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Development and Validation of Creep Model at High Temperature for Simulation of Ballooning In MARS-KS/FRAPTRAN Coupled Code
Hyochan Kim (KAERI), Changhwan Shin (KAERI), Sunguk Lee (KAERI), Joosuk Lee (Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety), Taewan Kim (Incheon Nat'l Univ.)
Coupled Thermal-Hydraulic and Fuel Performance Simulations of the TWIST LOCA Commissioning Test Series in TREAT
R.J. Armstrong (INL), C.B. Jensen (INL), C.P. Folsom (INL), N.E. Woolstenhulme (INL)
FRAPTRAN-TE-1.5 Simulation of the Halden LOCA Tests IFA-650.9 and 10: Impact of Model Options and Assumptions
Jinzhao Zhang (Tractebel ENGIE), Thomas Drieu (Tractebel ENGIE)
The CODEX-SBO Experiment
Róbert Farkas (Centre for Energy Research), Imre Nagy (Centre for Energy Research), Nóra Vér (Centre for Energy Research), Zoltán Hózer (Centre for Energy Research), Péter Szabó (Centre for Energy Research), Márta Horváth (Centre for Energy Research)
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