By John Watton
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2 Design pressure ASME code D Allowed Departure from nucleate boiling. The subject of this section is to provide the steady-state and the transient solution of the Fourier equation for the specific geometry of a fuel. 1 Steady-state temperature field Consider the geometry of the most spread type of nuclear fuel given in Fig. 2. The fuel radius, the gas gap thickness, and the cladding thickness are RF , δ g , δ C , respectively. The heat transfer coefficient at the external wall is h . This coefficient is always related to a reference coolant temperature Tref .
10) receives its final form, ′′′ = NEB Φσ f = CEB N Φσ f 0 T0 Tmod . 13) indicates that the power density can also be increased if the moderator temperature is decreasing. If the moderator is used as a coolant these are contradictory requirements and therefore cannot be easily realized. Therefore, the power increase is best made by increasing the enrichment. Note that the assumption of 1/v low is only an approximation. In addition the density of the fuel changes also with temperature and therefore influences the thermal power density itself.
Because there are no limitations for the neutron flux dictated by the nuclear physics, each nuclear reactor can operate theoretically at each neutron flux, which means at each thermal power. In practice, all materials have their limitations of the properties depending on the temperature. That is the reason why as accurate as possible knowledge of the temperature field in all the core constituents is of crucial importance. 2 gives some examples for the averaged power densities in different energy engines.