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High Temperature Design and Damage Evaluation of MOD.9Cr-1Mo Steel Heat Exchanger

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Hyeong-Yeon Lee, Jong-Bum Kim

 Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, 150 Dukjin-dong, Yusong-gu, Daejeon 305-353, Republic of Korea

Hong-Yune Park

 AD-Solution Co., Ltd., 1101 Hanjin Officetel 535-5, Bongmyoung-dong Yusong-gu, Daejeon 305-301, Republic of Korea

J. Pressure Vessel Technol 134(5), 051101 (Sep 10, 2012) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.4005938 History: Received May 12, 2011; Revised November 16, 2011; Published September 10, 2012; Online September 10, 2012

High temperature design and evaluation of creep-fatigue damage for sodium-to-sodium heat exchanger, decay heat exchanger (DHX), in a sodium test loop have been conducted. The DHX is a shell- and tube-type heat exchanger with an outer diameter of 21.7 mm and effective length of 1.73 m. The DHX shell and tube materials were Mod.9Cr-1Mo steel. The temperatures of shell inlet and shell outlet in the DHX are 510 °C and 308 °C, respectively, while the temperatures of tube inlet and outlet are 254 °C and 475 °C, respectively. Three-dimensional finite element analysis was conducted for the DHX, and evaluation of creep-fatigue damage at several critical locations of the heat exchanger was carried out according to the elevated temperature design codes of the ASME Section III Subsection NH and RCC-MR. Evaluations on the integrity of the DHX and code comparisons were carried out for the critical locations of the DHX. The evaluation results showed that damages at the tubesheet joints of tube-to-tubesheet and tubesheet-to-shell were not so critical in the present DHX model.

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Finite element model of the DHX

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Figure 1

General arrangement of the sodium test loop, STELLA-1

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Figure 2

Configuration of DHX and reactor component arrangements in Korean demonstration SFR

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Figure 3

Arrangements of main reactor components

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Shape of the DHX

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Connecting parts in the DHX

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Thermal loading conditions: (a) primary side of the DHX and (b) secondary side of the DHX

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Temperature conditions at primary sodium side

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Temperature conditions at secondary sodium side

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Temperature distributions at steady state of 510 °C

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Temperature distributions after 1 h of (a) cool-down (510 °C ⇒ 410 °C) and (b) heat-up (410 °C ⇒ 510 °C)

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Stress intensity under primary loads

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Stress intensity at the end of heat-up under secondary loads

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Stress intensity near the N4A nozzle and top tubesheet at the end of heat-up: (a) N4A nozzle and (b) top tubesheet

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Five significant locations in design code checking

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Creep-fatigue damage envelope for Mod.9Cr-1Mo steel

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