University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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- To simulate a 2-D model of the Materials Test Loop by approximating it to be a toroid with a pie cross section for the purpose of comparing the simulated results with the analytical results.
- The temperature and concentration profiles on the wall boundaries imposed are similar to the actual test model.
- Geometry effects have great influence on local corrosion rate.
- A 2-D benchmark problem and a sudden expansion case are studied which show good consistency to analytical solution.
- Results from 2-D sudden expansion problem are similar to experimental data obtained by other researchers.
Chemical kinetics; Cavitation erosion; Computational fluid dynamics; Corrosion and anti-corrosives; Eutectic alloys; Hydrodynamics; Lead-bismuth alloys; Lead-bismuth eutectic; Metals — Oxidation; Nuclear reactors — Materials — Testing; Oxygen; Steel — Corrosion
Chemical kinetics; Computational fluid dynamics; Steel--Corrosion
Materials Chemistry | Materials Science and Engineering | Metallurgy | Nuclear Engineering | Oil, Gas, and Energy
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Dasika, K. K.,
Modeling of Corrosion in Oxygen Controlled Lead Bismuth Eutectic Systems with the Coupling of Chemical Kinetics and Hydrodynamics.
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