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Interpretation of containment chemistry results from PHEBUS test FPT2


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Titre du congrès :ERMSAR 2007 2nd European Review Meeting on Severe Accident Research
Ville du congrès :Karlsruhe
Date du congrès :12/06/2007

Type de document > *Congrès/colloque

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Unité de recherche > IRSN/DPAM/SEMIC/LETR

Auteurs > DICKINSON S., GIRAULT Nathalie, HERRANZ Luis Enrique

Date de publication > 14/06/2007

Résumé

Phebus-FP is an international project aimed at providing integral data on the release and transport of fission products under severe accident conditions. The programme comprises a series of in-pile experiments conducted at CE Cadarache and jointly funded by IRSN/EdF, EC and a number of other national organisations. The fourth test in the Phebus-FP programme, FPT2, was performed in October 2000 (Ref. [1]). Analyses of the iodine behaviour in the containment during this test have been made using various containment chemistry codes, mainly in the framework of the Pheben 2 programme (Ref. [2]). This report describes the main results of the FPT2 test regarding iodine behaviour in the containment, and the current status of interpretation and understanding reached through analysis with the ASTEC/IODE, IMPAIR, INSPECT and MELCOR codes.