Accession Number : ADA195614

Title :   Department of Energy Technology.

Descriptive Note : Annual progress rept. 1 Jan-31 Dec 87,

Corporate Author : RISOE NATIONAL LAB ROSKILDE (DENMARK)

Personal Author(s) : Micheelsen, B ; List, F

PDF Url : ADA195614

Report Date : Mar 1988

Pagination or Media Count : 38

Abstract : One effort was the dismantling of the first 2 MW circulating fluid bed reactor; following this, and advanced circulating fluid bed system, with an automated control system, steam generator, and coal and straw feeding systems, was designed and constructed. Another development was that the basin modelling project, where a 3-dimensional basin model is being used in evaluating the oil-gas potential of three Danish locations. The main activities in the Reactor Physics; verification calculation for the LEWARD-NOTAM code system; gamma radiation estimation for the TOKAMAK fusion reactor; NET; implementation and modification of codes for calculation of aerosol behaviour. Work concentrated on coal combustion and implementation of measurement technique for combustion and environmental problems. Reservoir Group: The work may be described under the three headings: Reservoir Technology, Basin Models and Heat Storage. The Danish Reactor DR 1 has been used for educational purposes only. The Environmental Modelling Group focused on two main issues: 1) improving the already existing model for soil chemistry, and 2) developing a forest model. Denmark. (jhd)

Descriptors :   *ELECTRIC POWER PRODUCTION, *TOKAMAKS, *FLUIDIZED BED PROCESSES, AUTOMATION, BASINS(GEOGRAPHIC), CHEMISTRY, COAL, CODING, COMBUSTION, COMPUTATIONS, CONTROL SYSTEMS, DENMARK, ENERGY, ENVIRONMENTS, ESTIMATES, FEEDING, FORESTS, GAMMA RAYS, GENERATORS, HEAT, MEASUREMENT, MODELS, MODIFICATION, RESERVOIRS, SOILS, STEAM, STORAGE, STRAW

Subject Categories : Fusion Devices(thermonuclear)
      Thermodynamics
      Civil Engineering
      Combustion and Ignition
      Agricultural Chemistry
      Forestry
      Nuclear Fission Reactors(non-power)

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