CTF Validation and Verification Manual

  title={CTF Validation and Verification Manual},
  author={Robert K. Salko and Taylor Scott Blyth and Christopher A. Dances and Jeffrey William Magedanz and Caleb Jernigan and Joeseph Kelly and Aysenur Toptan and Marcus Gergar and Chris Gosdin and Maria N. Avramova and Scott Palmtag and Jess Gehin},

Development of Subchannel Void Sensor for Wide Pressure and Temperature Ranges and Its Application to Boiling Flow Dynamics in a Heated Rod Bundle

Abstract A subchannel void sensor (SCVS) acquires the two-phase flow in a rod bundle as the time-series data of cross-sectional distributions. Herein, the temperature and pressure ranges of an SCVS

Coupling of CTF and TRANSFORM using the Functional Mockup Interface

Integrated energy systems (IES) combine power-generation with thermally activated technologies. In this coupling of technology, there will arise a natural mismatch in the level of detail and

Steady-State Thermal-Hydraulic Model for Fluoride-Salt-Cooled Small Modular High-Temperature Reactors

Abstract A whole-core, steady-state, thermal-hydraulic model for the cylindrical pin-type fluoride-salt-cooled small modular advanced high-temperature reactor (SmAHTR) is developed. In this

Assessment of the Subchannel Code CTF for Single- and Two-Phase Flows

Abstract As part of the Consortium for Advanced Simulation of Light Water Reactors, the subchannel code CTF is being used for single-phase and two-phase flow analysis under light water reactor

Acta Polytechnica CTU Proceedings

The research revealed that drivers prefer to have dynamic warnings that correspond with the level of danger to which they are exposed, rather than only one warning displayed in a situation of imminent danger, and results showed that the 3-stage system performed worse in comparison with the 1- stage system.