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Start Time:

12 October 2009 at 08:00

Ends On:

23 October 2009

Location:

Trieste - Italy

Venue:

AGH (Denardo Lecture Hall)

Organizer(s):

Sama Bilbao y Leon (IAEA), Seong-Deuk Jo (IAEA); Local Organizer: Claudio Tuniz (ICTP)

Material:

no notes available

12 October 2009
09:00
10:30
REGISTRATION and ADMINISTRATIVE FORMALITIES
01h30'
ouside the Denardo Lecture Hall
10:30
11:00
Welcoming and Introduction
30'
Sama BILBAO Y LEON
IAEA, Vienna , Austria
11:00
11:15
Coffee break
15'
11:15
12:00
Overview of Advanced Water Cooled Reactor Designs
45'
Sama BILBAO Y LEON
IAEA, Vienna , Austria
12:00
13:15
Overview of Nuclear Reactivity Control
01h15'
Larry FOULKE
University of Pittsburgh, USA
13:15
14:15
Lunch break
01h00'
14:15
15:30
PCTRAN Simulator of a PWR with Active Safety Systems
01h15'
Li-Chi Cliff PO
Micro-Simulation Technology, Montville, USA
15:30
15:45
Coffee break
15'
15:45
17:15
PCTRAN Simulator of a PWR with Active Safety Systems
01h30'
Li-Chi Cliff PO
Micro-Simulation Technology, Montville, USA
18:00
20:00
RECEPTION
02h00'
13 October 2009
09:00
10:15
PCTRAN Simulator of a PWR with Active Safety Systems
01h15'
Li-Chi Cliff PO
Micro-Simulation Technology, Montville, USA
10:15
10:30
Coffee break
15'
10:45
12:15
PCTRAN Simulator of a PWR with Active Safety Systems
01h30'
Li-Chi Cliff PO
Micro-Simulation Technology, Montville, USA
12:15
13:30
Lunch break
01h15'
13:30
15:30
PCTRAN Simulator of a PWR with Active Safety Systems
02h00'
Li-Chi Cliff PO
Micro-Simulation Technology, Montville, USA
15:30
15:45
Coffee break
15'
15:45
17:00
Evolution of Full-Scope Simulators Development - Korean experience
01h15'
Seong-Deuk JO
IAEA, Vienna , Austria
14 October 2009
09:00
10:15
PWR Response to Severe Accidents
01h15'
Li-Chi Cliff PO
Micro-Simulation Technology, Montville, USA
10:15
10:30
Coffee break
15'
10:45
12:15
TRIGA simulator
01h30'
Li-Chi Cliff PO
Micro-Simulation Technology, Montville, USA
12:15
13:30
Lunch break
01h15'
13:30
15:15
CANDU 9 Systems and Overall Unit Control
01h45'
Glenn HARVEL
University of Ontario, Canada
15:15
15:30
Coffee break
15'
15:30
16:45
CANDU 9 Reactor Systems and Regulation
01h15'
Glenn HARVEL
University of Ontario, Canada
15 October 2009
09:00
10:15
CANDU-9 Heat Transport System and Control
01h15'
Glenn HARVEL
University of Ontario, Canada
10:15
10:30
Coffee break
15'
10:45
12:15
CANDU-9 Heat Transport System and Control
01h30'
Glenn HARVEL
University of Ontario, Canada
12:15
13:30
Lunch break
01h15'
13:30
15:15
CANDU-9 Balance of Plant Systems
01h45'
Glenn HARVEL
University of Ontario, Canada
15:15
15:30
Coffee break
15'
15:30
16:45
Balance of Plant Systems
01h15'
Glenn HARVEL
University of Ontario, Canada
16 October 2009
09:00
10:15
Advanced CANDU Reactor (ACR)
01h15'
Glenn HARVEL
University of Ontario, Canada
10:15
10:30
Coffee break
15'
10:45
12:15
Advanced CANDU Reactor (ACR)
01h30'
Glenn HARVEL
University of Ontario, Canada
12:15
13:30
Lunch break
01h15'
13:30
15:15
CANDU and ACR major unit events
01h45'
Glenn HARVEL
University of Ontario, Canada
15:15
15:30
Coffee break
15'
15:30
16:45
CANDU and ACR major unit events
01h15'
Glenn HARVEL
University of Ontario, Canada
19 October 2009
09:00
10:15
Advanced Pressurized Water Reactor (APWR) NPP Description and Characteristics. APWR Overview. Demonstrate Simulation Effects using APWR Simulator.
01h15'
Larry FOULKE
University of Pittsburgh, USA
10:15
10:30
Coffee break
15'
10:45
12:15
Presentation of APWR Simulator Core Model and Demonstration of Reactor Controls and Passive Safety System Responses.
01h30'
Larry FOULKE
University of Pittsburgh, USA
12:15
13:30
Lunch break
01h15'
13:30
15:15
Advanced PWR Simulator Exercises
01h45'
Larry FOULKE
University of Pittsburgh, USA
(a) Hands-on interaction with the simulator ? freeze, run, IC, malfunctions, etc.; (b) Review each major APWR subsystem; (c) Practice power maneuver; (d) Trips and Recovery.
15:15
15:30
Coffee break
15'
15:30
16:45
APWR Simulator Malfunction Exercises
01h15'
Larry FOULKE
University of Pittsburgh, USA
(a) Study Abnormal/Emergency Event Evolutions, Safety Limits and Operational Guidelines; (b) Malfunctions with special focus on Passive Safety System Responses.
20 October 2009
09:00
10:15
Review of basic thermal-hydraulics. Introduction to BWRs, the ABWR and the ESBWR. Advanced Boiling Water Reactor (ABWR) Overview: NPP Description and Characteristics
01h15'
George YADIGAROGLU
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
10:15
10:30
Coffee break
15'
10:45
12:15
Presentation of ABWR Steady State Model and Dynamic Model as the mathematical basis for the Simulator. Introduction of simulator.
01h30'
George YADIGAROGLU
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
12:15
13:30
Lunch break
01h15'
13:30
15:15
ABWR Steady State Mass & Energy Model Exercise
01h45'
George YADIGAROGLU
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
(a) find out how the coolant quality plays an important role in reactor power control; (b) Nuclear Boiler System; Safety Systems; Auxiliary Systems; BOP; Plant Operation.
15:15
15:30
Coffee break
15'
15:30
16:45
ABWR Simulator Exercises
01h15'
George YADIGAROGLU
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Practice Power Maneuver. ABWR Trips and Recovery
21 October 2009
09:00
10:15
Introduction of dynamic simulator model of the ABWR. More detailed presentation of simulator
01h15'
George YADIGAROGLU
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
10:15
10:30
Coffee break
15'
10:45
12:15
ABWR and ESBWR Safety. The passive ESBWR ? an overview
01h30'
George YADIGAROGLU
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
12:15
13:30
Lunch break
01h15'
13:30
15:15
ABWR Simulator Malfunction exercises with discussion of safety issues.
01h45'
George YADIGAROGLU
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
15:15
15:30
Coffee break
15'
15:30
16:45
Additional ABWR Simulator exercises
01h15'
George YADIGAROGLU
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
18:00
20:00
RECEPTION
02h00'
22 October 2009
09:00
10:15
Overview of the WWER simulator.Reactor system equipment. Constructional and physical characteristics of the core.
01h15'
Nikolai V. TIKHONOV
Moscow Engineering & Physics Institute, ENIKO TSO, Russian Federation
10:15
10:30
Coffee break
15'
10:45
12:15
Overview of the WWER simulator. Scope of simulation, simulator display formats, distinctive features and capabilities. User interface.
01h30'
Nikolai V. TIKHONOV
Moscow Engineering & Physics Institute, ENIKO TSO, Russian Federation
12:15
13:30
Lunch break
01h15'
13:30
15:15
WWER simulator exercises.
01h45'
Nikolai V. TIKHONOV
Moscow Engineering & Physics Institute, ENIKO TSO, Russian Federation
Demonstration of transients. Review of reactor systems response.
15:15
15:30
Coffee break
15'
15:30
16:00
WWER simulator exercises.
30'
Nikolai V. TIKHONOV
Moscow Engineering & Physics Institute, ENIKO TSO, Russian Federation
Practice - Reactor trips and recovery.
16:00
16:45
Safety Culture
45'
Seong-Deuk JO
IAEA, Vienna , Austria
23 October 2009
09:00
10:15
WWER simulator exercises.
01h15'
Nikolai V. TIKHONOV
Moscow Engineering & Physics Institute, ENIKO TSO, Russian Federation
Stationary processes, fuel burnup, determination of the core major neutron-physics characteristics.
10:15
10:30
Coffee break
15'
10:45
12:15
WWER Simulator exercises.
01h30'
Nikolai V. TIKHONOV
Moscow Engineering & Physics Institute, ENIKO TSO, Russian Federation
Reactor startup from hot standby.
12:15
13:30
Lunch break
01h15'
13:30
15:30
Feedback and closing session
02h00'
Seong-Deuk JO
IAEA, Vienna , Austria
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