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Impact des conditions évaporantes sur le transfert de l'iode en conditions accident grave


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Titre du congrès :NURETH-12 (Nuclear Reactor Thermal Hydraulics) Ville du congrès :Pittsburgh Date du congrès :30/09/2007

Type de document > *Congrès/colloque

Mots clés > évaporation, transfert de l'iode, transfert de masse

Unité de recherche > IRSN/DPAM/SEMIC/LETR

Auteurs > CANTREL Laurent, FONTANET Joan, HERRANZ Luis Enrique

Date de publication > 05/10/2007

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During postulated severe accidents transfer of volatile iodine dissolved in containment water sumps to atmosphere can be fostered under pool evaporative conditions. Scarcity of representative data has resulted in semi-empirical models that relies on fitting parameters and still need of further validation. This paper presents a mechanistic model based on: the Two-Film model, the heat-mass transfer analogy and the surface renewal surface theory. Comparison to data from the SISYPHE program has resulted in an accurate response, the error band being 9-25% for the aqueous steady state concentration. Likewise, the model performance has been compared to others' in the literature and, in addition to yield similar results, some advantages have been highlighted: the mechanistic nature, the estimates conservatism, and the thorough documentation of model grounds and assumptions