publication . Article . 2018

Robust feedback-linearization control for axial power distribution in pressurized water reactors during load-following operation

M. Zaidabadi nejad; G.R. Ansarifar;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Feb 2018 Journal: Nuclear Engineering and Technology (issn: 1738-5733, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
Improved load-following capability is one of the most important technical tasks of a pressurized water reactor. Controlling the nuclear reactor core during load-following operation leads to some difficulties. These difficulties mainly arise from nuclear reactor core limitations in local power peaking: the core is subjected to sharp and large variation of local power density during transients. Axial offset (AO) is the parameter usually used to represent the core power peaking. One of the important local power peaking components in nuclear reactors is axial power peaking, which continuously changes. The main challenge of nuclear reactor control during load-followi...
arxiv: Physics::Chemical Physics
free text keywords: Nuclear engineering. Atomic power, Dynamic Sliding Mode Control, Axial Offset, Validated Four Nodes Kinetics Reactor Model, Feedback-Linearization, TK9001-9401
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