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Computational Methods for the Integrated Deterministic and Probabilistic Safety Assessment of a Simplified Cooling Circuit for a Tokamak Superconducting Magnet

@inproceedings{Bellaera2018ComputationalMF,
  title={Computational Methods for the Integrated Deterministic and Probabilistic Safety Assessment of a Simplified Cooling Circuit for a Tokamak Superconducting Magnet},
  author={R. Bellaera},
  year={2018}
}
The objective of this thesis is considering the safety analysis of the simplified cooling system of a single module of the ITER Central Solenoid in a cold test facility to classify the different abnormal transients and identify the components failure that may drive the system into a Loss-Of-Flow Accident. The IDPSA framework is applied for the first time to a fusion system to study the dynamic response of the system. Two different operating condition are considered: a first simplified case, in… 

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