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This learning module is concerned with the temperature field, the heat transfer rates, and the coolant pressure drop in typical high temperature gas-cooled reactor (HTGR) fuel assemblies. As in all of the modules of this series, emphasis is placed on developing the theory and demonstrating its use with a simplified model. The heart of the module is

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DOCUBENT BESUME ED 195 412 AUTHOR TITLE INSTITUTION SPONS AGENCY PUP DATE NOTE EDRS PRICE DESCRIPTORS SE 033 403 Reihman, Thomas C. Nuclear Engineering Conputer Modules, Thermal-Hydraulics, TH-3: High Temperature Gas Cooled Reactor Thermal-Hydraulics. Virginia Polytechnic Inst.
and State Univ., Blacksburg.
Coll.
of Engineering. National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. (73] 119p.: For related documents, see SE 033 401-402. Contains marginal legibility in computer printouts. MF01-PC05 Plus Postage. *College Science: *Computer Programs; Engineering: *Engineering Education; Higher Education; Hydraulics; *Learning Modules: Mathematical Models: Mechanics (Physics) : *Nuclear Physics: Physics; *Science Education: Science Instruction: Thermodynamics ABSTRACT This learning module is concerned with the temperature field, the heat transfer rates, and the coolant pressure drop in typical high temperature gas-cooled reactor (HTGR) fuel assemblies.
As in all of the modules of this series, emphasis is placed on developing the theory and demonstrating its use with a simplified model.
The heart of the module is the HTGR Thermal-Hydraulics Computer Code which solves for the radical temperature distributions in the fuel, moderator, and coolant at any axial station and then marches axially with an energy balance in the coolant.
The code and its use are described in detail including a listing and definition of all variables, a discussion of all input requirements and resulting output, an annotated flow chart of the code, an explanation of all options in the code, and a listing of the code which gives enough comment statements to clearly indicate the operational steps being performed.
By proper specification of the option, the code can either be used as an individual entity to study thermal-hydraulic aspects exclusively, or as a subroutine in the total HTGR module package to provide temperature feedback to the other modules.
Examples are worked out using the code.
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