prob.ii-4 - Fig.1 illusu'ates a simple skotcit of the...

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Unformatted text preview: Fig.1 illusu'ates a simple skotcit of the primary coolant loop the foil notation refs-r to. owing prosodln'o and fieoofl'ioi‘ I The principis of Energy conservation between the inlet and the outiot of the reactor core :_ yields the foflownig oquatiofl: Q =. on c? on; (61.1) _,_ ‘Whero it is assumed that: s the system opomtos at steady-stats conditions and at constant prossuro In is the water flow rose through tho _ the specific host at oonstsnt pressure C;- is taken {from a tahi :propsrties) at a typical PWR primal-3r coolant average temperature {at MDT. 6* of theflnodjmamio Page I of: JaeBISepl l4 Energy eeneervatiea ever the primary cement pump yields (water is assumed to be i" meempreeaiblej: _ .L . L 1- -. ' FME‘EQA “La-{1A. '—' '.' Neglecting the variation 0f kinetic and gravitafienal terms [which in a pumphar‘e usually . arerf,r small with reap-th to pressure changes] qu becomes: I i u . "w enaflfi at 2:.3 MW We? E] mam Where the density of water is taken from a thermodynamic pmperfies table at a typical inlet temperature of a PWR core (at EWC, pwm=13 lfi kgr'mSJ. —.'!='; Page 2 of 2 ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course PHY 4049 taught by Professor Acosta during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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