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Interaction between caesium iodide particles and gaseous boric acid in a flowing system through a thermal gradient tube (1030 K-450 K) and analysis with ASTEC/SOPHAEROS

温度勾配管(1030K-450K)内流動システムにおけるヨウ化セシウム粒子-ガス状ホウ酸間の相互作用およびASTEC/SOPHAEROSを用いた解析

Gou$"e$llo, M.*; Hokkinen, M.*; 鈴木 恵理子  ; 堀口 直樹  ; Barrachin, M.*; Cousin, F.*

Gou$"e$llo, M.*; Hokkinen, M.*; Suzuki, Eriko; Horiguchi, Naoki; Barrachin, M.*; Cousin, F.*

1023Kから453Kの温度勾配管中のヨウ化セシウム粒子の移行挙動に関するデータを取得した。まず、アルゴン(Ar)と水蒸気(H$$_{2}$$O)で構成される層流条件下にてヨウ化セシウム粒子を温度勾配管中に流し、沈着量を調べた結果、低流速、高蒸気濃度であるほどより多くの粒子が沈着することが分かった。次に、雰囲気の異なる三種類の混合ガス(Ar/H$$_{2}$$O, Ar/H$$_{2}$$, Ar/Air)を流すことで沈着した粒子の再蒸発および/または再浮遊の有無を調べた結果、Ar/H$$_{2}$$OとAr/H$$_{2}$$条件では沈着したものと同等の粒径の粒子が再浮遊する一方で、Ar/Air条件ではより大きな粒子が再浮遊することが分かった。実験結果をASTECコードのSOPHAEROSモジュールを用いて解析した結果、沈着挙動は解析結果と一致するものの、再浮遊挙動は再現できなかった。

The present work aimed to study the transport of caesium iodide particles through a Thermal Gradient Tube (TGT) from 1023 K to 453 K. Retention inside the tube was evaluated for laminar flowrates composed of argon and steam. Higher retention of particles was highlighted for the experiments using higher steam content and lower flowrate. The second phase of the experiment aimed at identifying the possible revaporization or/and resuspension processes after the deposition. Three atmosphere compositions (Ar/H$$_{2}$$O, Ar/H$$_{2}$$ and Ar/Air) were investigated. The particles removed from what was deposited on the surface walls during the sampling phase exhibited a similar GMD in Ar/H$$_{2}$$O and Ar/H$$_{2}$$ and a bigger diameter in Ar/Air. The experimental results were then analysed with the SOPHAEROS module of the ASTEC code. Overall, the results obtained during the first phase were in agreement with the measured experimental results and during second phase led to no resuspension process.

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