Theoretical Modeling and Numerical Simulation of the Corrosion and Precipitation in Non-Isothermal Liquid Lead Alloy pipe/loop Systems
A theoretical kinetic model based on the boundary layer theory was developed to investigate the corrosion/precipitation in non-isothermal lead alloy pipe/loop systems. The analytical expressions of the local corrosion/precipitation rate and the bulk concentration of the corrosion products were obtained by considering a turbulent core region and a laminar sub-layer. Numerical solutions were also obtained together with considering the effect of eddy mass diffusivity in lead alloy systems.
Corrosion and anti-corrosives; Engineering fluid dynamics; Engineering thermodynamics; Fluid dynamics Industrial chemistry/Chemical engineering; Laminar flow; Lead alloys; Liquid metals; Physics and applied physics in engineering; Theoretical and applied mechanics; Thermodynamics; Transport phenomena; Turbulence
Chemical Engineering | Mechanical Engineering | Nuclear Engineering
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Theoretical Modeling and Numerical Simulation of the Corrosion and Precipitation in Non-Isothermal Liquid Lead Alloy pipe/loop Systems.
Heat and Mass Transfer, 44(3),