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Improving codes and methods for VVER reactors
The water–water energetic reactor (known as VVER) represents an important part of the European energy market. Its safe long-term operation relies on the industrial use of neutrons and thermal-hydraulics codes and methods that allow us to study the conduct of the plant in regular and accidental conditions. However, these codes and methods are subject to international and extra-EU export controls. A new generation of innovative codes and methods that allow the opening of the VVER market to the EU nuclear industry has been developed. The EU-funded CAMIVVER project will improve the European codes and methods for the inclusive safety assessment of VVER reactors. It will take on the developments required for the new codes to be entirely applicable on VVER, generalise 3D multiphysics coupling and test safety assessment.
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