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Computational Fluid Dynamic for Nuclear Reactor Safety - OECD/NEA

25-27 nov. 2020
EDF Lab Paris-Saclay - Palaiseau (France)
After Zurich (2014), Boston (2016) and Shanghai (2018), the next edition of the OECD/NEA CFD4NRS (Computational Fluid Dynamics for Nuclear Reactor Safety) Workshop will take place at EDF Lab Paris-Saclay (south of Paris, France), from the 25th to the 27th November 2020. As the 8th edition of this workshop, it ambitions to be a forum during which numerical analysts and experimentalists can exchange new information on the application of CFD to nuclear power plants safety and design issues. Both new experimental data for CFD code validation, as well as state-of-the-art (single or multi-phase) CFD applications will be presented. Emphasis will be put on: • Experiments aiming at providing CFD-level validation data, which include local measurements (multi-sensor probes, laser-based techniques, etc.). This kind of communication should include detailed information on initial and boundary conditions, mandatory for the subsequent CFD simulations; as well as discussion on measurement uncertainties and error bounds. • Single-phase or multiphase CFD simulations with a significant focus on verification and validation, in connection with nuclear safety issues, which can include critical heat flux (CHF), pressurized thermal shock (PTS), pool heat exchangers, passive-systems design, advanced reactor design, boron dilution, thermal striping and fatigue, containment flows, etc. The respect of the current Best Practice Guidelines (BPGs) for this kind of simulations will be severely scrutinized in the review process. Discussion of Uncertainty Quantification (UQ) is also highly encouraged.
Discipline scientifique : Modélisation et simulation - Mécanique des fluides - Thermique

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