Thermophysics of Nuclear Reactor Accidents
The monograph deals with the thermophysical aspects of potentially serious accidents in the reactor compartments of modern nuclear power plants. Examples are given of the emergence and development of design and beyond design basis accidents that took place in the world nuclear power industry. The most important aspects of the dynamics of heat exchange in typical emergency situations, as well as the calculation methodology of their accounting, are analyzed. With regard to possible severe accidents of nuclear power reactors, a number of ideas have been improved on the dynamics of accident development in the structural elements of reactor departments and the corresponding methodological principles that can be used as initial prerequisites for the selection of measures for localizing and eliminating emergencies.
It is intended for scientific workers, specialists in nuclear power engineering, as well as for post-graduate students and students.
I. G. Sharaevsky,
N. M. Fialko
L. B. Zimin
O. I. Sharaevskaya
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