Application of Vector Finite Volume Method for Electromagnetic Flow Simulation
NURETH-14 - 2011 September 25-30


Presented at:
NURETH-14
2011 September 25-30
Location:
Toronto, Canada
Session Title:
D8-3 Multi-scale multi-physics couplings; Multiphysics applications to new generation reactors

Authors:
Takashi Takata (Osaka University)
Ryoji Murashige (Osaka University)
Toshinori Matsumoto (Osaka University)
Akira Yamaguchi (Osaka University)
  

Abstract

A vector finite volume method (VFVM) has been developed for an electromagnetic flow analysis. In the VFVM, the governing equations of magnetic flux density and electric field intensity are solved separately so as to reduce the computational cost caused by an iterative procedure that is required to satisfy the solenoidal condition.In the present paper, a suppression of temperature fluctuation of liquid sodium after a T-junction has also been investigated with a simplified two dimensional numerical analysis by adding an obstacle (turbulence promoter) or a magnetic field after the junction.

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