Leading the world market through indigenously deve https://www.kaeri.re.kr/rcus/menu?menuId=MENU00725 Leading the world market through indigenously deve 게시판 rss 정보 Leading the world market through indigenously deve 2018-11-29 13:13:08.0 316 322 BOARD00306 MENU00725 관리자 https://www.kaeri.re.kr/rcus/onpenRequestBorad?appId=1&linkId=316&menuId=MENU00725 Background As the number of nuclear related jobs is expected to decline due to the energy transition policy, the government is actively supporting the establishment of the nuclear decommissioning market following the permanent shutdown of Kori Unit 1, and encouraging export of nuclear technology to secure alternative jobs Goal Contributing to job creation through development of key technology in the field of new market demand and capturing new markets Significance The development of new growth engines for innovative growth and consequent job creation are in line with the national philosophy and innovative growth policies <h2 class="hide">"Innovative Growth and Job Creation" a detailed list</h2> Leading the world market through indigenously developed SMR Independent NPP decommissioning technology &amp; preparation of decommissioning industry base <h3 class="hide">Promotion Strategy</h3> (Goal) Leading the world market through the export domestically developed SMR and next generation SMR technology development for enhanced competitiveness (Commercialization of SMR) Leading the world market through the completion of SMART PPE followed by construction of two units in Saudi Arabia Leading the global market of research reactors through the development of advanced research reactor technology and various research reactor models with low, medium and high thermal power. Successful completion of the Ki-Jang research reactor project and the OYSTER project which entails building the Cold Neutron Source Facility of the HOR. (Action Plan) KAERI focuses on design and innovative technology development while industry leads export promotion Research Topics SMR technology Innovative elementary technology for next generation SMART Design and construction of the Ki-Jang Research Reactor Development of new research reactors with low, medium and high thermal power for export Development of U-Mo plate fuels <h3 class="hide">Research Facilities</h3> <h4>Research Facilities</h4> SMART model SMART is an integral-type reactor containing major components such as a pressurizer, steam generators, and reactor coolant pumps in a single reactor pressure vessel. This integrated arrangement of the reactor vessel assembly enables the large bore pipe connections to be removed, resulting in an inherent elimination of large break loss of coolant accidents (LBLOCAs). SMART is a multi-purpose reactor that can be used not only for electricity generation but also desalination and regional heating. It is suitable for developing countries with a small economy and electricity grid. It can produce enough electricity and desalinated water for 100,000 residents. <h4>Research Facilities</h4> SMART-ITL A large integrated test facility with a height of 45m utilized to verify the safety and performance of SMART. <h4>Research Facilities</h4> SMART Simulator SMART main control room simulator which can simulate various normal/abnormal/accident operation conditions. <h4>Research Facilities</h4> Performance and Endurance Test Facility for Reactivity Control Systems This is a facility to test the performance and endurance of reactivity control systems. New reactivity control systems actuated under the reactor core have been developed for the Ki-Jang research reactor and their performance and endurance have been verified in the facility. <h4>Research Facilities</h4> Experimental Facility for Two-Phase Flow This is an experimental facility to study the two-phase flow that occurs in a postulated partial rupture accident of pipe with pressure below atmospheric pressure. This phenomeno is expected in research reactors with downward and high flow at the reactor core. <h4>Research Facilities</h4> Simulator of Research Reactor This simulator of the research reactor includes the dynamic model of main systems, their functions, and a user-interface program, providing a realistic reactor operation environment for normal and abnormal operation. The simulator has been used for operator training and the official operator licensing test. $(window).bind("load",function(){ rndSlide(); });