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Numerical Simulation of Radiolysis Gas Detonations in a BWR Exhaust Pipe and Mechanical Response of the Piping to the Detonation Pressure Loads

By Mike Kuznetsov, Alexander Lelyakin and Wolfgang Breitung

Submitted: March 30th 2010Reviewed: November 2nd 2010Published: December 30th 2010

DOI: 10.5772/12839

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Mike Kuznetsov, Alexander Lelyakin and Wolfgang Breitung (December 30th 2010). Numerical Simulation of Radiolysis Gas Detonations in a BWR Exhaust Pipe and Mechanical Response of the Piping to the Detonation Pressure Loads, Numerical Simulations - Examples and Applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics, Lutz Angermann, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/12839. Available from:

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