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Sharma, Saurabh (author)
The nuclear technology is changing at a rapid pace driven by the quest for more powerful and safer nuclear power plants, as a consequence several structural components in a reactor are becoming larger and slender while working fluids have higher densities and velocities. These changes can often alter the dynamics of the interaction between the...
master thesis 2018
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Aggarwal, Shivang (author)
One of the key components of the nuclear reactor is the reactor pressure vessel (RPV), and its integrity is critical for the safety of the nuclear reactor. Lifetime extension of RPV project deals with the different issues which pose threat to its integrity. One such important issue is the occurrence of pressurised thermal shock (PTS). The most...
master thesis 2017
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Prasad, P.M.K. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Kottapalli, S. (author)
Flow induced vibrations (FIV) is a known problem in nuclear reactors. The interaction between the turbulent flow of the coolants and the fuel rod bundles generates vibrations which are undesirable. These vibrations can be a major cause of fatigue failures, stress corrosion cracking and fretting wear of materials, which lead to stand-still costs....
master thesis 2016
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Ter Hofstede, E. (author)
Flow-induced vibration (FIV) plays an important role in the nuclear industry. In nuclear power plants (NPP), the FIV may cause fatigue problems, stress corrosion cracking, possible failure modes and fretting wear. This in return can lead to nuclear safety issues and substantial stand-still costs due to unplanned outages. It is therefore...
master thesis 2015
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