SPARC-90, a code for calculating fission product capture in suppression pools

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Division of Regulatory Applications, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. [distributor] , Washington, DC
Fission products -- Computer programs., Pressurized water reactors -- Accidents -- Computer programs., Aerosols, Radioactive -- Measurement -- Computer prog
Statementprepared by P.C. Owczarski, K.W. Burk.
ContributionsBurk, K. W., U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research. Division of Regulatory Applications., Pacific Northwest Laboratory.
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FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
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Open LibraryOL14693499M

@article{osti_, title = {SPARC A code for calculating fission product capture in suppression pools}, author = {Owczarski, P C and Burk, K W}, abstractNote = {This report describes the technical bases and use of two updated versions of a computer code initially developed to serve as a tool for calculating aerosol particle retention in boiling water reactor (BWR) pressure suppression.

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SPARC A code for calculating fission product capture in suppression pools Technical Report Owczarski, P C ; Burk, K W This report describes the technical bases and use of two updated versions of a computer code initially developed to serve as a tool for calculating aerosol particle retention in boiling water reactor (BWR) pressure.

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In-vessel Fission Product Release Phenomenology of Fission Gas Release Experimental Programs Devoted to Fission Product Release Calculation Models and Codes Conclusion on Release of Fission Products and Future Requirements Fission Product Transport in the Reactor Coolant System A chemical additive is generally added to the spray water to enhance the fission product removable capability.

(3) Containment Combustible Gas Control: as the PWR containment air is not inserted, the post LOCA combustible gas control can be controlled by hydrogen recombiners and igniters, when it is appropri- ate to do so. Table In-vessel release and transport of fission product issues & important parameters In-vessel release of fission products Related key issues, phenomena and key physical parameters - temperature of degraded core/debris/melt - chemical reactions with other fission products and core materials - time after scram - burn-up of fuel.