Introduction to Russian Nuclear Pressurized Water Reactor
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Introduction to Russian Nuclear Pressurized Water Reactor

Russian Pressurized Water Reactor Technology, Water-Water Energetic Reactor-1000, Control and Components of WWER-1000
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Created by Mo'ath AbuTo'amah
Last updated 11/2019
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What you'll learn
  • Basics of atomic and nuclear physics
  • Russian Pressurized Water Reactor
  • The components of WATER-WATER ENERGETIC REACTOR -1000
  • The Electrical system of WATER-WATER ENERGETIC REACTOR -1000
Requirements
  • Nuclear physics
Description

Introduction to Russian Pressurized Water Reactor Technology


This course discuss the water-water energetic reactor (WWER) which represent  one of the most important type of Pressurized Water Reactor and thermal reactor which made In Russia.The nuclear power station uses the uranium (235) as fuel; whereas 1kg give a power equal to the power of 2900 tons of Coal. The thermal power of the reactor equal 3000MW and electrical power equal 1000MW. The efficiency of the reactor equal 32%. There are a lot of kinds of WWER nuclear reactor as (WWER-440, WWER-1000 and WWER-1200). The first loop of WWER-1000 include a reactor vessel, four main coolant pumps, and steam generator. The turbine and electrical generator located at the second loop. The reactivity affects the power of the reactor and the state of reactor depends on it.

WWER-1000 nuclear reactor is a Russian pressurized water reactor has an apparent power equal 1111 MVA. The reliability of reactor’s electrical system  is very high to keep the feeding of different components in it. The internal loads of the reactor represent 8% of the reactor’s total power; and divided into three groups depending on its reliability requirements of electrical supplying. The reactor includes two loops; the first one has four main circulation pumps which represent one of the very important components in the reactor. The main circulation pumps require a high demand on the reliability of power supply; which must not interrupt more than a fraction of seconds. The aim of this paper; study the electrical system of two WWER-1000 nuclear reactor units with maximum load equal 900 MW and minimum load equal 700 MW. The case study aims to make analysis for the Load flow in the reactor with his auxiliary systems. The short circuit and stability analysis had taken in care in this study, and all results had illustrated.

Who this course is for:
  • Nuclear Physics students
  • Nuclear engineers
  • Electrical and control systems engineers
Course content
Expand all 22 lectures 03:11:08
+ Introduction
5 lectures 35:30
Nuclear Stability and Radioactive Decay
07:05
The Binding Energy
07:54
Nuclear Models
08:20
+ Interaction of Radiation with Matter
4 lectures 28:41
Interaction of radiation with matters
09:58
The Photoelectric Effect
06:50
The Compton Effect
06:01
The Formation of electron-positron pairs
05:52
+ Water-Water Energetic Reactor -1000 Nuclear Power Reactor (WWER-1000) Components
7 lectures 01:11:20
Zero - output Reactor
10:32
Introduction to Water-Water Energetic Reactor -1000 Nuclear Power Reactor
14:28
The Reactor
08:27
The Main Circulation Pump (MCP)
03:46
The Pressurizer
11:19
Emergency Core Cooling System (ECCS)
11:40
The Control of the Reactor
11:08
+ Electrical Balance Of Water-Water Energetic Reactor -1000 Nuclear Power Reactor
5 lectures 45:50
The Electrical Generators of WWER-1000
08:45
The Main Transformers
07:59
The auxiliaries and internal transformers
08:27
The Internal Loads
14:31
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
06:08