This title appears in the Scientific Report : 2014 

Generic Containment: Detailed comparison of containment simulations performed on plant scale
Kelm, Stephan (Corresponding Author)
Klauck, Michael / Krajewski, Sara / Allelein, Hans-Josef / Preusser, G. / Sangiorgi, M. / Klein-Hessling, W. / Bakalov, I. / Bleyer, A. / Bentaib, A. / Kljenak, I. / Stempniewicz, M. / Jonnet, J. R. / Kostka, P. / Morandi, S. / Burkhardt, J. / Denk, L. / Parduba, Z. / Paci, S. / Manfredini, A. / Silde, A. / Jancovic, J. / Juris, P.
Nukleare Entsorgung und Reaktorsicherheit; IEK-6
Annals of nuclear energy, 74 (2014) S. 165–172
Amsterdam [u.a.] Elsevier Science 2014
10.1016/j.anucene.2014.07.006
Journal Article
Safety Research for Nuclear Reactors
Please use the identifier: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.anucene.2014.07.006 in citations.
One outcome of the OECD/NEA ISP-47 activity was the recommendation to elaborate a ‘Generic Containment’ in order to allow comparing and rating the results obtained by different lumped-parameter models on plant scale. Within the European SARNET2 project (http://www.sar-net.eu), such a Generic Containment nodalisation, based on a German PWR (1300 MWel), was defined. This agreement on the nodalisation allows investigating the remaining differences among the results, especially the ‘user-effect’, related to the modelling choices, as well as fundamental differences in the underlying model basis in detail. The methodology applied in order to compare the different code predictions consisted of a series of three benchmark steps with increasing complexity as well as a systematic comparison of characteristic variables and observations.