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Title: Research of impact of kind resuperheat and structure of system regenerative feed water to thermodynamic efficiency of cycle with steamcoolant reactor
Authors: Maykova, Svetlana
Borisov, Vassily
Antonova, Aleksandra Mikhailovna
Vorobiev, Aleksandr Vladimirovich
Abramovskikh, Aleksey Andreevich
Keywords: рекуперация; тепло; питательная вода; термодинамическая эффективность; ядерные реакторы; ядерное топливо; отработанное топливо; теплообменное оборудование; реакторы на быстрых нейтронах
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: EDP Sciences
Citation: Research of impact of kind resuperheat and structure of system regenerative feed water to thermodynamic efficiency of cycle with steamcoolant reactor / S. Maykova [et al.] // MATEC Web of Conferences. — 2017. — Vol. 141 : Smart Grids 2017 : The Fifth International Youth Forum, October 9-13, 2017, Tomsk, Russia : [proceedings]. — [01028, 5 p.].
Abstract: The first key problems of modern nuclear reactors are inability of closed nuclear cycle, problems with spent nuclear fuel, poor effectiveness of nuclear fuel and heat-exchange equipment usage. Dealing with problems consists in usage of fast-neutron reactors with steam coolant. Scientific men analyzed neutron-physical processes in steamcooled fast reactor and consulted that creation of the reactor is viable. In consequence of low steam activation a single-loop steam cycle may be create. The cycle is easy and fool-proof. Core thermomechanical equipment has mastered and has relatively low metal content. Results of calculation are showing that nuclear unit with steam-coolant fast neutron reactor is more efficient than widely used unit with reactor VVER. Usage of simple scheme with four regenerative feedwater heaters the absolute efficiency ratio is more than 43%.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/46015
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