RELAP5 - Beginner

 

 

Day 1

 

-   Opening, Introduction, Scope and Content of the training

-   Introduction to Deterministic Safety Analysis

-   Computer codes in Deterministic Safety Analysis

-   Overview of Safety Analyses with System Computer Codes: Conservative and BE      Approach

-   Features and Limitations of System-Thermal-Hydraulic codes

-   Overview of the RELAP5 code architecture and structure, models;

     input, output, rstplt files

-   Familiarization with plotting tools (APT plot, Wingraph, etc..)

 

Day 2

 

-   Minor Edits, Major Edits and Time Step Controls

-   Hydrodynamic Components in RELAP5: Syntax and Models (Part 1)

-   Modeling a simple pipe

-   Effect of Time Step and Spatial Dicretization

-   Modeling a multi-tube Heat Exchanger (Part 1)

 

Day 3

 

-   Hydrodynamic Components in RELAP5: Syntax and Models (Part 2)

-   Modeling a multi-tube Heat Exchanger (Part 2)

-   Heat Structure Components in RELAP5

-   Modeling a multi-tube Heat Exchanger with secondary side and

     heat structures

 

Day 4

 

-   Logic Trips and Control Variables in RELAP5

-   Steady State Controllers and How to Achieve a Steady State

-   Modeling a multi-tube Heat Exchanger with Control System

-   Exercise on Edwards Pipe Problem: Description of the Problem

    and Assignment of the Exercise

 

Day 5

 

-   Exercise on Edwards Pipe Problem: Hydrodynamic and Heat Structure

-   Exercise on Edwards Pipe Problem: Comparison with Experimental Results

     and Judgment of the Results

-   Validation of system computer codes on integral test facilities

-   Questions, Open Issues and Individual Consultations

-   Closing of the training and release of the Certificate of Attendance