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Thermofluids and Thermomechanics Tasks and Facilities
 

Summary: JUPITER-II
Thermofluids and Thermomechanics
Tasks and Facilities
Led by UCLA in collaboration with SNL, ORNL, PPPL, ANL
Prepared by
M. Abdou, N. Morley, A. Ying
Presented to VLT/PAC, December 4, 2000 at UCLA
Thermofluid Task Objectives
(JUPITER-II)
1. Understand Underlying Science and Phenomena for Flibe
(and other low conductivity, high Prandtl No. liquid) Flow and
Heat Transfer through:
a. Conducting Experiments Using Flibe Simulants
b. Modeling and Analysis of fundamental phenomena
2. Compare Experimental and Modeling Results to Provide
Guidance and Database for Flibe Designs and Next Generation
Stage of Larger Flibe Experiments.
3. Identifying and assessing new innovative techniques for
enhancement of Flibe heat transfer (a major feasibility issue for
Flibe designs)

  

Source: Abdou, Mohamed - Fusion Science and Technology Center, University of California at Los Angeles

 

Collections: Plasma Physics and Fusion