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Review of Researches on Coupled System and CFD Codes
Nuclear Engineering and Technology
At present, most of the widely used system codes for nuclear safety analysis are one-dimensional, which cannot effectively simulate the flow field of the reactor core or other structures. This is true even for the system codes containing three-dimensional modules with limited three-dimensional simulation function such as RELAP-3D. In contrast, the computational fluid dynamics (CFD) codes excel at providing a detailed three-dimensional flow field of the reactor core or other components; however,doi:10.1016/j.net.2021.03.027 fatcat:fa72s3i7mfhrzpvloz7pw75iia