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Climatic condition inside nuclear reactor containments - A new PhD project

Oxfall, Mikael LU (2011) XXI Nordic Concrete Research Symposium In [Host publication title missing] 43(1). p.433-436
Abstract
The climate conditions inside nuclear reactor containments depend on several parameters e.g. different moisture and heat sources; the containment design; material properties etc. Knowledge about the climatic condition is an important area to e.g. maintain a proper condition for mechanical and electrical equipment; minimize the corrosion risks of reinforcement and metallic components; prevent vapor condensations on thermal bridges; analysis of stress and strain

conditions influenced by the drying shrinkage and temperature variations. This new PhD project will study how the concrete components affect and gets affected by the climatic conditions. This

study will be done thru monitoring the temperature and relative humidity... (More)
The climate conditions inside nuclear reactor containments depend on several parameters e.g. different moisture and heat sources; the containment design; material properties etc. Knowledge about the climatic condition is an important area to e.g. maintain a proper condition for mechanical and electrical equipment; minimize the corrosion risks of reinforcement and metallic components; prevent vapor condensations on thermal bridges; analysis of stress and strain

conditions influenced by the drying shrinkage and temperature variations. This new PhD project will study how the concrete components affect and gets affected by the climatic conditions. This

study will be done thru monitoring the temperature and relative humidity in the concrete, and in the surrounding air, during the plants operation. (Less)
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Nuclear Power Plant, concrete, on-site measurements, RH & temperature
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Bager, Dirch H.
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43
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1
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4 pages
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XXI Nordic Concrete Research Symposium
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0800-6377
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English
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  abstract     = {The climate conditions inside nuclear reactor containments depend on several parameters e.g. different moisture and heat sources; the containment design; material properties etc. Knowledge about the climatic condition is an important area to e.g. maintain a proper condition for mechanical and electrical equipment; minimize the corrosion risks of reinforcement and metallic components; prevent vapor condensations on thermal bridges; analysis of stress and strain<br/><br>
conditions influenced by the drying shrinkage and temperature variations. This new PhD project will study how the concrete components affect and gets affected by the climatic conditions. This<br/><br>
study will be done thru monitoring the temperature and relative humidity in the concrete, and in the surrounding air, during the plants operation.},
  author       = {Oxfall, Mikael},
  booktitle    = {[Host publication title missing]},
  editor       = {Bager, Dirch H.},
  issn         = {0800-6377},
  keyword      = {Nuclear Power Plant,concrete,on-site measurements,RH & temperature},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {433--436},
  title        = {Climatic condition inside nuclear reactor containments - A new PhD project},
  volume       = {43},
  year         = {2011},
}