čas: 23.4.2021 00:08:44
Obnovit | RAW
Department of Power Engineering
List of available PhD theses
Continuous ion chromatography for the separation of alkali metal ions
Damage to high-alloyed materials in cooling water circuit and suggestion of an effective life management procedure
Stainless steels are widely used material in a nuclear power plant. Stainless steels are used also in the cooling water circuit. However, under the conditions of a cooling water circuit, a possible microbial activity can aggravate risks for the use of stainless steels. The aim of this work is to increase a reliability of stainless steels performance in a cooling water circuit and to propose procedures for effective management of their service life.
Interaction of structural materials with supercritical water
The use of supercritical water as working fluid of power cycles is motivated by the need to increase thermal efficiency.
The structural materials are exposed to very severe corrosion conditions in supercritical water. The aim of the work is to prove corrosion behaviour of selected structural materials in supercritical water. Part of the work will be oriented towards the application of novelty methods of surface treatment and development and performance of in-situ tests of corrosion characteristics at slightly subcritical, critical and supercritical conditions.