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Demazière, C. och Pázsit, I. (2003) *Study of the MTC estimation by noise analysis in 2-D heterogeneous systems*.

** BibTeX **

@article{

Demazière2003,

author={Demazière, Christophe and Pázsit, Imre},

title={Study of the MTC estimation by noise analysis in 2-D heterogeneous systems},

journal={Progress in nuclear energy},

issn={0149-1970},

volume={43},

issue={1-4},

pages={313-319},

abstract={The effect of a heterogeneous distribution of the temperature noise on the MTC estimation by noise analysis is investigated. This investigation relies on 2-group diffusion theory, and all the calculations are performed in a 2-D realistic heterogeneous core. It is shown, similarly to the 1-D case, that the main reason of the MTC underestimation by noise analysis compared to its design-predicted value lies with the fact that the temperature noise might not be homogeneous in the core, and therefore using the local temperature noise in the MTC noise estimation gives erroneous results. A new MTC estimator, which was previously proposed for 1-D 1-group homogeneous cases and which is able to take this heterogeneity into account, was extended to 2-D 2-group heterogeneous cases. It was proven that this new estimator is always able to give a correct MTC estimation with an accuracy of 3%. This small discrepancy comes from the fact that the reactor does not behave in a point-kinetic way, contrary to the assumptions used in the noise estimators. This discrepancy is however quite small.},

year={2003},

}

** RefWorks **

RT Journal Article

SR Electronic

ID 221584

A1 Demazière, Christophe

A1 Pázsit, Imre

T1 Study of the MTC estimation by noise analysis in 2-D heterogeneous systems

YR 2003

JF Progress in nuclear energy

SN 0149-1970

VO 43

IS 1-4

SP 313

OP 319

AB The effect of a heterogeneous distribution of the temperature noise on the MTC estimation by noise analysis is investigated. This investigation relies on 2-group diffusion theory, and all the calculations are performed in a 2-D realistic heterogeneous core. It is shown, similarly to the 1-D case, that the main reason of the MTC underestimation by noise analysis compared to its design-predicted value lies with the fact that the temperature noise might not be homogeneous in the core, and therefore using the local temperature noise in the MTC noise estimation gives erroneous results. A new MTC estimator, which was previously proposed for 1-D 1-group homogeneous cases and which is able to take this heterogeneity into account, was extended to 2-D 2-group heterogeneous cases. It was proven that this new estimator is always able to give a correct MTC estimation with an accuracy of 3%. This small discrepancy comes from the fact that the reactor does not behave in a point-kinetic way, contrary to the assumptions used in the noise estimators. This discrepancy is however quite small.

LA eng

DO 10.1016/S0149-1970(03)00040-4

LK http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0149-1970(03)00040-4

OL 30