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The International Conference on the Future of Heavy Water Reactors

Business Conference - The International Conference on the Future of Heavy Water Reactors
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By : Canadian Nuclear Society

Date : 2011

Location : Canada / Ottawa

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Heavy Water Reactor (HWR) technology Conference was uniquely suited to respond to the future needs because of its inherent technical characteristics and associated fuel cycle flexibility.

Keywords :

HWR, Atomic Energy Agency, Canadian Nuclear Society, nuclear technologies, Reactor Core, Steam Generators, Thermal-hydraulics, heavy water nuclear reactor proceedings

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A greater use of nuclear energy will be required to achieve sustainable emissions-free energy production and energy use while economically meeting the requirements of security of supply (energy independence) and growing demand.

 

Nuclear energy will continue to make a substantial contribution to meet the world’s energy needs based on the sound foundation of existing reactor technology, infrastructure and resources (natural resources and human capital). To ensure that nuclear energy can contribute its full potential, reactor and related nuclear technologies, in particular nuclear fuel cycles, must continue to evolve.

 

In cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS) organized the International Conference on the future of HWR (HWR-Future). This conference was aimed at providing a forum for discussion of advancements and issues, sharing information and technology transfer, and establishing future collaborations on reactor design, fuel design, material and chemistry, thermal-hydraulics and safety, and operating experience for HWRs. The official language of the symposium is English.

Papers topics:

 

  • Reactor Core and Fuel Designs
  • Advanced Fuel Cycle and Reactor Physics
  • Material and Chemistry
  • Thermal-hydraulics and Safety Analysis
  • Steam Generators
  • Operation and Maintenance
  • Other topics

Note: if you need a single paper please contact us.

 

 

Room: Cartier I
Session Chairs:

  • Derek Lister (University of New Brunswick)
  • Soo-Sung Kim (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)

 

 

Jonathan Will, Director General, Electricity Resources Branch, Natural Resources Canada

 

Opening Plenary

 

 

Room: Cartier I
Session Chairs:

  • Derek Lister (University of New Brunswick)
  • Soo-Sung Kim (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)

 

The Future of Heavy Water Reactors – Candu Energy Inc. Perspective

 

  • Jerry Hopwood (Candu Energy Inc.)

 

AECL Nuclear Laboratories - Continuing the Path of Science and Technology Innovations

 

  • Bill Kupferschmidt (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

IAEA Programme To Support HWR Technology Development

 

  • Jong Ho Choi (International Atomic Energy Agency)

 

Canadian Gen-IV Heavy Water Reactor Development Program

 

  • Daniel Brady (Natural Resources Canada)

 

Roadmap for Human Resources for Expanded Indian Nuclear Industry

 

  • R.K. Singh (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • G.R. Srinivasan (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • O.P. Goyal (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)

 

Reactor Design

 

 

Room: Cartier I
Session Chairs:

  • Jerry Hopwood (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • R.K. Singh (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)

 

The EC6 - An Enhanced Mid-Sized Reactor with Fuel Cycle Applications

 

  • Stephen Yu (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • Ian J. Hastings (Candu Energy Inc.)

 

Enhanced CANDU6: Reactor Core Design and Fuel Cycle Flexibility

 

  • M. Ovanes (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • Peter S.W. Chan (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • J. Mao (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • N. Alderson (Candu Energy Inc.)

 

ROP Design for Enhanced CANDU 6 Reactor

 

  • J. Hu (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • D. Scherbakova (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • D. Kastanya (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • M. Ovanes (Candu Energy Inc.)

 

I&C Design Changes for the Enhanced CANDU 6 Reactor

 

  • J. de Grosbois (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • G. Raiskums (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • Mike Soulard (Candu Energy Inc.)

 

HWR Technology

 

 

Room: Cartier II
Session Chairs:

  • Bill Kupferschmidt (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Jong Ho Choi (International Atomic Energy Agency)

 

The Role of a Technology Demonstration Program for Future Reactors

 

  • A. Viktorov (Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission)

 

ACR Technology for CANDU® Enhancements

 

  • Stephen Yu (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • Ranjit Singh (Candu Energy Inc.)

 

The Role of AECL’s Pump Seals Program for Heavy Water Reactors

 

  • Dave Rhodes (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Tim Sykes (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Jintong Li (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

Improved Zr-2.5Nb Pressure Tubing for Future HW Reactors

 

  • Grant A. Bickel (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • L. Walters (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • M. Griffiths (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

Physics and Neutronics

 

 

Room: Cartier I
Session Chairs:

  • Ken S. Kozier (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited )
  • Yonghee Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

 

Status of Deuterium Nuclear Data for the Simulation of Heavy Water Reactors

 

  • Ken S. Kozier (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited )
  • D. Roubtsov (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited )
  • R. Rao (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited )
  • J.P. Svenne (University of Manitoba)
  • L. Canton (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare and Dipartimento di Fisica dell’Università di Padova)
  • A.J.M. Plompen (Joint Research Centre)
  • M. Stanoiu (Horia Hulubei National Institute for Physics and Nuclear Engineering)
  • N. Nankov (Joint Research Centre)
  • C. Rouki (Joint Research Centre)

 

Current Developments and Future Challenges in Physics Analyses of the NRU Heavy Water Research Reactor

  • S. Nguyen (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • B. Wilkin (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Tim Leung (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

Measurement and Simulation of Gamma Radiation Profile inside a CANDU Reactor

  • C. Jewett (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • S. Yue (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • G. Jonkmans (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • B. Sur (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • D. Comeau (New Brunswick Power)
  • D. Taylor (New Brunswick Power)

 

Operational Transparency: An Advanced Safeguards Strategy for Future On-Load Refuelled Reactors

  • Jeremy J. Whitlock (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • D. Trask (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

Thermalhydraulics (I)

 

 

Room: Cartier II
Session Chairs:

  • Stephen Yu (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • Joo Hwan Park (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)

 

Safety Analysis Methodology with Assessment of the Impact of the Prediction Errors of Relevant Parameters

 

  • A.V. Galia (Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission)

 

The Effect of a CANDU Fuel Bundle Geometric Variation on Thermal Hydraulic Performance

 

  • Jun Ho Bae (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)
  • Joo Hwan Park (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)

 

The BEPU (Best Estimate Plus Uncertainty) Challenge in Current Licensing of Nuclear Reactors

 

  • Francesco D’Auria (University of Pisa)
  • Alessandro Petruzzi (University of Pisa)
  • N. Muellner (University of Pisa)
  • O. Mazzantini (Nucleoeléctrica Argentina S.A.)

 

An Overview of Thermal Hydraulic Design Validation Studies for AHWR

 

  • R.K. Bagul (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • M. Sharma (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • D.S. Pilkhwal (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • P.K. Vijayan (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • R.K. Sinha (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre)

 

Advanced Fuel Cycle

 

 

Room: Cartier I
Session Chairs:

  • Jeremy J. Whitlock (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Pritam Das Krishnani (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre)

 

Fuel Cycles--A Key to Future CANDU Success

 

  • Sermet Kuran (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • Jerry Hopwood (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • Ian J. Hastings (Candu Energy Inc.)

 

Advanced Fuel Cycle Development at Chalk River Laboratories

 

  • Mark Floyd (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited )

 

A Step Towards Closing the CANDU Fuel Cycle: An Innovative Scheme for Reprocessing Used CANDU Fuel

 

  • Frank Collins (University of New Brunswick)
  • Derek Lister (University of New Brunswick)

 

Use of Recycled Uranium in CANDU Reactors

 

  • Catherine Cottrell (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • Zhenhua Zhang (Third Qinshan Nuclear Power Corporation)
  • Mingjun Chen (Third Qinshan Nuclear Power Corporation)
  • Mustapha Boubcher (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • Sermet Kuran (Candu Energy Inc.)

 

Refurbishment

 

 

Room: Cartier II
Session Chairs:

  • Ron Mottram (Bruce Power)
  • Sunil K. Sinha (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)

 

Designing and Operting New Nuclear Power Plants for Future Refurbishment – Regulatory Perspective

 

  • A. Omar (Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission)
  • H. Khouaja (Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission)
  • B. Carroll (Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission)
  • K. Kirkhope (Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission)

 

Safety Benefits from CANDU Reactor Replacement -- A Case Study

 

  • Ron Mottram (Bruce Power)
  • J.W.F. Millard (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • Peter Purdy (Bruce Power)

 

Steam Generator and Preheater Tube ID Fouling and the Impact on Reactor Inlet Header Temperature and Eddy Current Inspections

 

  • Ken Chuong (Bruce Power)
  • K. Sedman (Bruce Power)
  • A. Glover (Bruce Power)

 

Development of Advanced Techniques for Life Management and Inspection of Advanced Heavy Water Reactor (AHWR) Coolant Channel Components

 

  • K. Madhusoodanan (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • Sunil K. Sinha (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • Kundan Kumar (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • T.V. Shyam (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • Sanjay Panwar (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • B.S.V.G. Sharma (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • J.N. Kayal (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • R.K. Sinha (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre)

 

Thorium Fuel

 

 

Room: Cartier I
Session Chairs:

  • Sermet Kuran (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • Pritam Das Krishnani (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre)

 

Benefits of Transitioning to a Thorium Cycle

 

  • Geoff W.R. Edwards (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Bronwyn Hyland (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

Fuel Cycle Flexibility in Advanced Heavy Water Reactor (AHWR) with the use of Th-LEU Fuel

 

  • Amit Thakur (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre)
  • Baltej Singh (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre)
  • Neelima Prasad Pushpam (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • Vishal Bharti (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre)
  • Umasankari Kannan (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre)
  • Pritam Das Krishnani (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre)
  • R.K. Sinha (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre)

 

Moving Towards Sustainable Thorium Fuel Cycles

 

  • Bronwyn Hyland (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • H. Hamilton (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

Thorium Fuelled CANDU Reactors

 

  • Yang Ruan (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • Catherine Cottrell (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • Ian J. Hastings (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • Sermet Kuran (Candu Energy Inc.)

 

Thermalhydraulics (II)

 

 

Room: Cartier II
Session Chairs:

  • Stavros Tavoularis (University of Ottawa)
  • Joo Hwan Park (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)

 

Modeling of Critical Heat Flux in Light-Water Flow with Heavy-Water-Based Correlation

 

  • Laurence K.H. Leung (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

Experimental and Computational Thermalhydraulics Research Related to CANDU Reactor Operation and Safety

 

  • Stavros Tavoularis (University of Ottawa)
  • D. Chang (University of Ottawa)
  • E. Rind (University of Ottawa)
  • G. Choueiri (University of Ottawa)
  • Y. Liu (University of Ottawa)
  • H. Shaban (University of Ottawa)
  • E. Lessard (University of Ottawa)

 

Experimental Verification of CFD & Thermal Hydraulics Codes by Quantitative Flow Visualisation

 

  • R.K. Singh (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • A.K. Kansal (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • N.K. Maheshwari (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • P.K. Vijayan (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • V.M. Joshi (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)

 

Design of an R-134a Loop for Subcritical and Supercritical Forced-Convection Heat Transfer Studies

 

  • M. Balouch (Carleton University)
  • M.I. Yaras (Carleton University)

 

Transmutation

 

 

Room: Cartier I
Session Chairs:

  • Geoff W.R. Edwards (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Yonghee Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

 

Reducing the Impact of Used Fuel by Transmuting Actinides in a CANDU Reactor

 

  • Bronwyn Hyland (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Geoff W.R. Edwards (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

Super-Deep-Burn with the FCM (Fully Ceramic Microencapsulated) TRU Fuel in CANDU

 

  • Yonghee Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
  • Donny Hartanto (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
  • Francesco Venneri (Logos Nuclear Systems)

 

Transuranic Mixed Oxide Fuel Use in CANDU

 

  • A.C. Morreale (McMaster University)
  • David R. Novog (McMaster University)
  • John Luxat (McMaster University)

 

Quasi-Heterogeneous Discrete Ordinates CANDU Calculations Using ATTILA

 

  • T. Preeti (Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission)
  • Robert P. Rulko (Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission)

 

Super-Critical Water-cooled Reactors

 

 

Room: Cartier II
Session Chairs:

  • Daniel Brady (Natural Resources Canada)
  • Jianqiang Shan (Xi'an Jiaotong University)

 

A Next Generation Heavy Water Nuclear Reactor with Supercritical Water as Coolant

 

  • Laurence K.H. Leung (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • M. Yetisir (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • William Diamond (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • D. Martin (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Jeremy Pencer (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Bronwyn Hyland (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • H. Hamilton (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • D. Guzonas (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Romney Duffey (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

Physics Aspects of the Pressure Tube Type SCWR Preconceptual Design

 

  • Jeremy Pencer (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Bronwyn Hyland (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

Optimization of Thorium-Uranium Content in a 54-Element Fuel Bundle for use in a CANDU-SCWR

 

  • D.W. Hummel (McMaster University)
  • David R. Novog (McMaster University)

 

Review of Research on CANDU-SCWR in XJTU

 

  • Jianqiang Shan (Xi'an Jiaotong University)
  • Liangzhi Cao (Xi'an Jiaotong University)
  • Qincheng Bi (Xi'an Jiaotong University)
  • Junli Gou (Xi'an Jiaotong University)

 

Panel Discussion on "Current Developments and Challenges in Heavy Water Reactor Physics Analyses"

 

 

Room: Cartier I
Session Chairs:

  • Parvaiz Akhtar (Canadian Nuclear Society)
  • Dumitru Serghiuta (Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission)

 

 

Panelists:
A. Buijs(MacMaster University, Canada)
J.V. Donnelly(AMEC-NSS, Canada)
Y. Kim(Korea Atomic Institute of Science and Technology)
P.D. Krishnani(Homi Bhabha National Institute, India)
D.D. Radford(Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, Canada)
F. Rahnema(Georgia Tech., USA)
P.J. Turinsky(NCSU, USA)

Topics:

 

  • Present neutronics computational schemes for heavy water reactors and challenges related to optimization of operational and licensing needs for life extension
  • Full core transport methods in HWR : drivers and trends
  • Coupled neutronics-thermalhydraulics codes
  • Developmental needs pertaining to advanced HWR designs and new fuel cycles
  • Verification and validation activities and related qualification of uncertainties
  • Developmental needs to address evolution of regulatory and licensing requirements

 

Panel Discussion on “Fuel CHF Enhancement – Technologies to Improve Safety Margin, Enhance Power Output, and Mitigate Ageing Effect”

 

 

Room: Cartier II
Session Chair:

  • Laurence K.H. Leung (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

 

Panelists:
Michel Couture (Canada Nuclear Safety Commission)
De Groeneveld (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
Marc Kwee (Bruce Power)
Joo Hwan Park (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)
Todd Daniels (Ontario Power Generation)
Ab Tahir (AMEC-NSS)

Topics:

 

  • Past experience
  • Current developments
  • Analytical support
  • Experimental support
  • Future trends
  • Regulatory and licensing requirements

 

Tritium and Moderator-Related Studies

 

 

Room: Cartier I
Session Chairs:

  • John G. Roberts (JGRchem.inc)
  • Ian Castillo (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

Tritium Emission Reduction Initiatives at CANDU Stations

 

  • L. Rodrigo (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • D. Williams (Ontario Power Generation)
  • F. Fusca (Ontario Power Generation)

 

Removal of Tritiated Light Water from Fuel Bays using Thermal Stratification

 

  • Ian Castillo (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Hugh Boniface (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Keith Kutchcoskie (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • D. Barry (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Duane Baker (Hatch Engineering Limited)

 

Heavy Water Reactor Moderator: Are Changes to Design Requirements Necessary?

 

  • John G. Roberts (JGRchem.inc)

 

A Moderator Ion Exchange Model to Predict Carbon-14 Behaviour During Operations

 

  • Donald Ryland (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • L. Rodrigo (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Duncan H. Barber (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

Safety Analyses

 

 

Room: Cartier II
Session Chairs:

  • David R. Novog (McMaster University)
  • Avinash Jagannath Gaikwad (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)

 

A Composite Analytical Solution for Large Break LOCA

 

  • Peter Purdy (Bruce Power)
  • R. Girard (Hydro Québec)
  • J. Marczak (Ontario Power Generation)
  • D. Taylor (New Brunswick Power)
  • R. Zemdegs (Candu Energy Inc.)
  • T. Kapaklili (CANDU Owners' Group)
  • G. Balog (AMEC-NSS)
  • M. Kozluk (Independent Consultant)
  • A. Oliva (Candesco)

 

MARS-KS Assessment on B9802 SBLOCA test in RD-14M Test Facility

 

  • Joosung Kim (Korea Insitute of Nuclear Safety)
  • Kap Kim (Korea Insitute of Nuclear Safety)
  • Kwangwon Seul (Korea Insitute of Nuclear Safety)

 

PSA-Oriented Analysis of Transients in Atucha Unit II PHWR with a RELAP Model

 

  • J. González (Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica)
  • P. Zanocco (Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica)
  • M. Giménez (Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica)
  • M. Schivo (Nucleoeléctrica Argentina S.A.)
  • O. Mazzantini (Nucleoeléctrica Argentina S.A.)
  • M. Caputo (Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica)
  • G. Bedrossian (Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica)
  • P. Serrano (Nucleoeléctrica Argentina S.A.)
  • A. Vertullo (Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica)

 

Safety Assessment of Passive Features of Advanced Heavy Water Reactor

 

  • Hemant G. Lele (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • A.D. Contractor (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • Mithilesh Kumar (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • A. Srivastava (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • P. Majumdar (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • D. Mukhopadhyay (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • Rajesh Kumar (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • Avinash Jagannath Gaikwad (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • B. Chatterjee (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • K.K. Vaze (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
  • R.K. Sinha (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre)

 

Heavy Water Technology

 

 

Room: Cartier I
Session Chairs:

  • Peter Ozemoyah (Tyne Engineering Inc)
  • Donald Ryland (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

A New Approach to Heavy Water Upgrading Technology

 

  • Peter Ozemoyah (Tyne Engineering Inc)
  • J. Robinson (Tyne Engineering Inc)
  • T. Manifar (Tyne Engineering Inc)
  • V. Robinson (Tyne Engineering Inc)
  • Sam Suppiah (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Hugh Boniface (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

Combined Electrolysis and Catalytic Exchange (CECE) Upgraders – An Alternative to Water Distillation (DW) Heavy Water Upgraders

 

  • Donald Ryland (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Hugh Boniface (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Ian Castillo (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Sam Suppiah (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

Future Trends for Electrolysers in Nuclear Industry

 

  • T. Manifar (Tyne Engineering Inc)
  • J. Robinson (Tyne Engineering Inc)
  • Peter Ozemoyah (Tyne Engineering Inc)
  • V. Robinson (Tyne Engineering Inc)
  • Sam Suppiah (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • Hugh Boniface (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

AECL Passive Autocatalytic Recombiners

 

  • L.B. Gardner (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
  • K. Marcinkowska (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)

 

Fuel and Fuel Safety

 

 

Room: Cartier II
Session Chairs:

  • Mark Floyd (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited )
  • Khaled Shaheen (Royal Military College of Canada)

 

Design and Fabrication of Remote Welding System for the Fuel Bundle Assembly

 

  • Soo-Sung Kim (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)
  • Jung-Won Lee (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)
  • Geun-Il Park (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)

 

Modelling CANDU Fuel Element and Bundle Behaviour for Performance of Intact and Defective Fuel

 

  • Khaled Shaheen (Royal Military College of Canada)
  • J.S. Bell (Royal Military College of Canada)
  • A. Prudil (Royal Military College of Canada)
  • Brent J. Lewis (Royal Military College of Canada)

 

Evaluation of Fission Product Release Following Single Channel Accidents for Refurbished Wolsong-1

 

  • J.Y. Jung (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)
  • E.K. Lee (Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.)
  • C.J. Bae (Korea Electric Power Corporation)
  • Joo Hwan Park (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)

 

Potential Use of High Thermal-Conductivity Fuels in Advanced Heavy-Water Moderated Reactors

 

  • W. Peiman (University of Ontario Institute of Technology)
  • Igor Pioro (University of Ontario Institute of Technology)
  • K. Gabriel (University of Ontario Institute of Technology)

 

The International Conference on the Future of Heavy Water Reactors

Product Type : Business Conference

Author : Canadian Nuclear Society

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Languages : English

Organizer : Canadian Nuclear Society

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