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'lis  lWehee program PROBLEM 7 1' SOLUTION Containment Pressure Analysis The objectise of this problem is to ﬁnd the peak containment pressure of the reaeter
described' to Example ? l for a large break LUCA with a St] lube rupture accident. We will determine the contairunent hamperanus: and pressure at State 3 (me ﬁnal equilibrium
state after the SG tube rupture} using the results from State '2'. of Example ?1.The following conditions Erotn State 2 of Example Tl are given below: 134TE33 where the mass of water in are secondary can he found by: a? V1.5
to We as earns 1.34? E— llﬂm 1' kg— Fer the transition from State 2 to 3. we realte the following assumptions: I Neglect heat transfer from me containment to the structures (QM, = I Neglect decay heat [OHM = [1}
Ir Neglect effects of water displacement of air an air partial pressure  Assume 56‘ s are solid Starting with Eq. [ii13}: Vr = rum[tr 3{T:.m} + .ratr;1{Tr.:n}]
ll [ —]VTW:I{T1:¢'J MW] 'W'x ll: Thrill!) I}: From this expression. we are left with two unknowns, x3 and T3. Therefore. we need another equation relating these two variables. This equation exists as Eq. ['llS} which
states: Rev member ! t. 1'“? Page I of2 panes h mw?*mWr‘i mans +m'3JUa “‘ mep‘i'mwa ”t m‘w'f WIT'afjlull . Problem ":51 Solution
ilnwﬂEr W‘IW UL}; "t mael5\\(tilwttl1 ‘ iﬂw [mm + "MPH“: ' “2} + mullla ' “113' + "lacy—{T3 ' T2} = ‘3 thrﬂ. I]: = ufE{T3JBt) + Kﬁulgsfram)
m +tu =2.1lEﬂ5kg u: = 1556 Lang
m“, = :5. ease: kg
us. = 1255 tang
to. = SEEM kg
C” = 719 Hike “K T1 = 415.5 “a:
Reananging for as:
x, = manamﬂmzm + rnee lemme m finial mwellngIfTﬂeﬂi) + (mw:+mﬁvp}ufﬂ {Tint} l3: Mﬂnmmhnemmgn mi 1255 area + {5. gen: 1531(le on
°on3__l.aﬂst {EIﬁDElM kg}llfg3{T3l$al} + [2.1 lEDﬁ kglufgyﬂTlmL) From this expression. we are also left with the same two unknowns, x3 and T3. as in Eq. [713] above. Now that we have two equations and two unknowns, we may proceed. to
solve for :3 and T3. Since the two above equations are complex. we must do this iteratively. Left out of the solution because of their [aherienr nanne. the iterations yield the
following results: 5; = 15.45: T3 = 421.35 “a (148.? T) Since we know that the water vapor in the containment is samrated, we can ﬁnd the
pressure in the containment clue to the water vapor to the a.1.r from the denved temperature.
This partial preasme due to water vapor ts; p“; = 0.45% MPa The' increase in temperature will also have an eEEcct on the partial presaun: ol the air. which
can he found by the following relation: _ P5: = Flaws! T23 {1131" llea{¢ll.35 ”W415i ”31}
{1139 MPa Finally, in order to find the final containment pressure. we apply Dalton's law of partial
pressures: Pa = Fe. + PM:
P; = {1139 MPa 4 [3.459% MPa
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