DESIGN AND THERMAL/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF A SUPERCRITICAL WATER THERMOHYDRAULICS LOOP
The 5th International Symposium on SuperCritical Water-cooled Reactors - 2011 March 13-16


Presented at:
The 5th International Symposium on SuperCritical Water-cooled Reactors
2011 March 13-16
Location:
Vancouver,Canada
Session Title:
Heat-Transfer Experiment (II)

Authors:
Masih Balouch (Carleton University)
Rubicel Alena (Carleton University)
Anne Mason (Carleton University)
John Goldak (Carleton University)
Metin I. Yaras (Carleton University)
  

Abstract

The Carleton University thermal-hydraulic water loop is a high-temperature high-pressure test loop developed for the study of forced-convection heat transfer in ducted water flow at supercritical conditions. The loop is designed to operate at pressures as high as 28 MPa and temperatures up to 600°C. The supercritical water loop is housed at Carleton University’s high-temperature test facility. This paper describes this high-temperature test facility, the design features of the supercritical water loop, and the results of thermal and structural analyses performed as part of the design process.

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