SERPENT and Multiphysics

from Thursday, 26 February 2015 (09:00) to Friday, 27 February 2015 (17:00)
LPSC Grenoble (Salle 9)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
26 Feb 2015
27 Feb 2015
AM
09:00
Welcome (until 10:30) (Salle 9)
09:00 --- Welcome and coffee ---
09:30 Welcome from the Groupe de Physique des Réacteurs - Pablo Rubiolo   (Salle 9)
Slides
10:00 Presentation of the MSFR reactor concept - Elsa Merle-Lucotte   (Salle 9)
Transparents
10:30
Introduction to SERPENT (until 12:00) (Salle 9)
10:30 Introduction to SERPENT - Jaakko Leppanen (VTT TECHNICAL RESEARCH CENTRE OF FINLAND)   (Salle 9)
Slides
11:15 Multi-physics capabilities in Serpent 2 - Ville Valtavirta (VTT)   (Salle 9)
Slides
09:30 --- Coffee ---
10:00
Multiphysics experiences and projects (until 12:15) (Salle 9)
10:00 Reduced order modelling for dynamics and control of Lead-cooled Fast Reactors - Stefano Lorenzi (Politecnico di Milano (Italy))   (Salle 9)
Slides
10:30 Nuclear Energy Research in Cambridge - Eugene SHWAGERAUS (University of Cambridge)   (Salle 9)
Slides
10:50 Overview of Serpent related activities at HZDR - Emil Fridman (HZDR, Dresden, Germany)   (Salle 9)
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11:10 Sensitivity analysis in burnup calculations with Monte Carlo - Adrien Bidaud (LPSC)   (Salle 9)
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11:30 Overview of Serpent related activities at EDF - Dr Ansar Calloo (EDF)   (Salle 9)
PM
12:00 --- Lunch ---
13:30
Introduction to OpenFOAM (until 14:30) (Salle 9)
13:30 OpenFOAM in Nuclear Applications - Ivor Clifford (Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI, Switzerland))   (Salle 9)
Transparents
14:30
Multiphysics experiences and projects (until 17:40) (Salle 9)
14:30 The Transient Fission Matrix Approach using SERPENT - Application to Flattop experiment and MSFR coupling - Axel LAUREAU (CNRS/IN2P3/LPSC (Grenoble, France))   (Salle 9)
Transparents
15:00 GeN-Foam: a novel OpenFOAM® based multi-physics solver for 2D/3D transient analysis of nuclear reactors - Carlo Fiorina (Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI, Switzerland))   (Salle 9)
15:30 First test of a minimalistic "Nodal Drift Method" for spatial kinetics - Pierre Prévot   (Salle 9)
Slides
16:00 --- Break ---
16:30 Serpent-OpenFOAM coupling for criticality accidents modelling -- Definition of a benchamrk for MSRs multiphysics modelling - Mr Manuele Aufiero (LPSC/IN2P3/CNRS Grenoble)   (Salle 9)
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17:00 Reduced order methods: application to reactor core spatial dynamics - Alberto Sartori (Politecnico di Milano (Italy))   (Salle 9)
Slides
12:15 --- Lunch ---
13:45
Visit to the FFFER facility (until 14:45) (Salle 9)
14:45
Special interest groups (until 17:00) (Salle 9, Salle 300A, Grand Salle du Conseil)