The purpose of this course is to provide insight into different types of phenomena, like solubility, transportation, deposition and release of crud that helps to better understand the crud behaviour under PWR/VVER/CANDU operating conditions. There is an associated course which describes in detail the mitigation tools for adequate crud control. The information given in this and the associated course:
- Can support the plant chemists to establish their coolant chemistry strategy to achieve the plant specific goals.
- Is valuable for fuel vendors and plant fuel engineers to understand the influence of coolant chemistry on fuel performance.
This course involves watching webinars. Complementary reading is optional to even deepen your knowledge. The course material, including the online content, can be accessed at times convenient for practicing engineers and managers. The PowerPoint-presentations are available for download on almost all lectures. You will find them just before the lecture starts.
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The below listed time for the lectures is the actual running time. More time may be needed to digest the information provided in this course and you may have to watch some lectures more than once.
- Total time: around 8 hours
- Complementary reading: 3 h
- Webinars: 5 h
A) Crud in the coolant of PWR, VVER and CANDU plants
Sources of crud
- Composition and thickness of the oxide layers
- Influence of design and structural materials (PWR, VVER and CANDU plants)
Release and transportation of crud in the coolant
- Interaction of oxide layers with coolant
- Particulate, colloidal and dissolved
- Distribution, composition
- Composition, morphology and distribution on fuel assemblies
- Consequences of fuel crud deposits (cladding corrosion, AOA)
Core crud release and Radiation build-up
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