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MOD3 code. The resultant model includes the reactor, the reactor pressure vessel(RPV), and the containment. The necessary plant data was provided by the project sponsor, various materials in the reactor vessel, modeling simplifications in regard to the view factors for radiation, etc. The rationale behind considering only cases of reduced radiative power was that the base-case calculations already indicated that radiation may play a significant role in the heatup and melting of the upper structures.

In addition to changing the parameters described above, additional calculations were also performed to quantify the effect of ADS on the progression of reactor meltdown. Since highpressureaccident sequences arenot the subject of the present investigations (only low pressuremelt ejections were considered in the MARK-I liner attack analysis by Theofanous et al. MOD3 calculations for such situations was to confirm that this code properly captures the effect of in-vessel conditions prior to the failure on the parameters of melt releasedto the containment after the failure.

2-3 NUREG/CR-6025 Overview walls, reaches the melting temperature of the respective material (stainless steel or zircaloy),the time-dependent mass replaces temperatureas a state variable. The formation, and propagation, of rubble bed inside the core may result in a gradual,radially-dependent, reduction in the core height, The specific in-core phenomena modeled in the APRIL code include: 2-D heat transfer between individual core components as well as between the core and surrounding structures, heat convection to the coolant in both the coveredand uncovered portions of the core, oxidation of the fuel cladding, channel walls, and control blades, fuel buckling (used as a criterion for rubblebed formation), slumping of the canisters and control blades, melting of individual core components, the formation of a eutectic mixture of fuel and molten zircaloy, molten material relocation and refreezing, channel blockage and the resultant flow redistribution.

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