Special Issue "Aspects of International Standard Problem for Nuclear Engineering"

Submission Deadline: 31 December 2021 (closed)
Guest Editors
Jun Yang, Huazhong University of Science & Technology, China. Email: yang_jun@hust.edu.cn
Martina Adorni, Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA). Email: martina.adorni@oecd-nea.org

Summary

The special issue intends to collect the research findings of international standard problem based on Advanced Core-cooling Mechanism Experiment (ISP-51). International standard problem (ISP) is an international group who works concisely to consider and deal with some issues about nuclear power. It is led by WGAMA (NEA) and some co-leaders from different countries, China, Korea, Japan, Spain and so on. The objectives of this WGAMA benchmark activity is: 1. To conduct an open international standard problem exercise on Advanced Core-cooling Mechanism Experiment (ACME) 2. To conduct a blind international standard problem exercise on Advanced Core-cooling Mechanism Experiment (ACME). Currently more than 20 research groups from more than 15 countries are participating this project. As the task leader of ISP-51, professor Yang Jun from Huazhong University of Science and Technology propose to collect the research findings of this project as a special issue on Energy Engineering. This special issue shall highlight the research findings from ISP-51, meanwhile it will be a great opportunity to introduce the journal to the nuclear community in the world.


Keywords
ACME; LOCA; ISP-51; WGAMA; RELAP5.