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Div. Innovative Nuclear Systems

Head:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Xu Cheng

Mailing Address:
Kaiserstraße 12
Geb. 07.08.
76131 Karlsruhe

Visitors:
Vincenz-Prießnitz-Straße 3
76131 Karlsruhe

Secretariat:
Phone: +49 721 608 45135
FAX: +49 721 608 45130

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Equipment

Thermal-Hydraulic Test Plant KIMOF

Name KIT Model Fluid Plant (KIMOF)
Usage Experimental studies on thermal hydraulics and safety of advanced and innovative reactor systems
Characteristics  
Fluid: Freon R134a
Pressure: 7.0 MPa
Temperature: 220 °C
Volumetric Flux: 0.2 - 20 m3/h
Heating Power: 150 kW
Measurements: e.g. Laser Measurement (LDV)
Status in operation
Scheme of KIMOF Testing Plant
KIMOF facility
Contact Denis Klingel
  Phone : +49 721 608 45307

Particle based in-house Code: ShonDy 

Name ShonDy
Beschreibung: shonDy is a high-performance 3D computational fluid dynamics software based on the Lagrangian approach. A general geometry CAD file can be used as an input data to start the simulation, while the complicated mesh generation is not required. More freedom of simulation can be obtained by breaking the restriction of mesh. In shonDy, the fluid and solid bodies can be discretized into the moving element, which allows for a complete coupling between the solid objects and all kinds of free surface flows. The main simulation functions of the code include the flow of viscous fluid, the fluid and solid interaction, heat convection and conduction, as well as the deformation of elastic bodies. The code has a wide potential application in the engineering and industrial fields.
Homepage https://shondynamics.com/technology
Kontakt Xi Wang

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NPP Simulation Laboratory

Name KIT nuclear engineering simulation laboratory (KASILA)
Usage Numerical simulation platform of advanced and innovative reactor systems
Characteristics
  • Simulation and visualisation of NPP behavior
  • Representation of a complex system of NPP
  • Real-time simulation possible
  • Multi-physics and multi-scale coupling
  • Modular design
  • Latest models and numerical methods
Status In action
KASILA simulation lab
Contact Dr. I. Otic