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Title: NAIAD - a computer program for calculation of the steady state and transient behaviour (including LOCA) of compressible two-phase coolant in networks.
Authors: Trimble, GD
Turner, WJ
Keywords: Computer calculations
Loss of coolant
Critical flow
Two-phase flow
One-dimensional calculations
Issue Date: Apr-1976
Publisher: Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Citation: Trimble. G. D., & Turner, w. J. (1976). NAIAD - a computer program for calculation of the steady state and transient behaviour (including LOCA) of compressible two-phase coolant in networks. (AAEC/E378). Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Atomic Energy Commission.
Abstract: The three one-dimensional conservation equations of mass, momentum and energy are solved by a stable finite difference scheme which allows the time step to be varied in response to accuracy requirements. Consideration of numerical stability is not necessary. Slip between the phases is allowed and descriptions of complex hydraulic components can be added into specially provided user routines. Intrinsic choking using any of the nine slip models is possible. A pipe or fuel model and detailed surface heat transfer are included.
Gov't Doc #: 596
URI: http://apo.ansto.gov.au/dspace/handle/10238/586
ISBN: 0642997462
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