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Authors:  (Antonio Cammi, Valentino Di Marcello, Lelio Luzzi, Vito Memoli, Politecnico di Milano, Department of Energy, CeSNEF (Enrico Fermi Center for Nuclear Studies), Milano, Italy)
Abstract:
In this chapter, the Multi-Physics Modelling (MPM) approach to the study of nuclear
reactor dynamics is discussed. Based on the several activities (of development and
validation) carried out at the Politecnico di Milano, MPM reveals a useful tool when
dealing with reactor safety and control, and can be considered as an integrative analysis
implement in the design process of reactor layout. The MPM fundamental feature is
represented by the capability to simultaneously solve the coupled equations, which
govern the different physical phenomena occurring in a nuclear reactor in the same
simulation environment. This prevents the safety analyst from implementing additional
code pieces for coupling neutron kinetics and thermal-hydraulics codes. Moreover, the
Coupled Code Techniques (CCT) can require significant modifications of the considered
codes. On the contrary, the adoption of a MPM tool allows the analyst to minimize the
programming burden and to focus on the physical aspects of the problem. An important
advantage given by the employment of such MPM approach is the possibility to perform
more accurate thermal-hydraulic simulation by using computational fluid dynamics
schemes comprising the description of turbulent flows, which occur in the majority of
nuclear reactor cores. 


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