1 Inserire logo o denominazione del cobeneficiario Agenzia nazionale per le nuove tecnologie, l energia e lo sviluppo economico sostenibile MINISTERO DEO SVIUPPO ECONOMICO Main Process for the logical control of the HEENA loop I. Di Piazza, M. Tarantino, P. Gaggini Report RdS/213/52
2 MAIN PROCESS FOR THE OGICA CONTRO OF THE HEENA OOP I. Di Piazza, M. Tarantino, P. Gaggini (ENEA) Settembre 213 Report Ricerca Sistema Elettrico Accordo Programma Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico - ENEA Piano Annuale Realizzazione 212 Area: Produzione energia elettrica e protezione dell'ambiente Progetto: Sviluppo competenze scientifiche nel campo della sicurezza nucleare e collaborazione ai programmi internazionali per il nucleare IV Generazione Obiettivo: Sviluppo competenze scientifiche nel campo della sicurezza nucleare Responsabile del Progetto: Mariano Tarantino, ENEA
4 Sigla identificazione 2 17 Index 1. Introduction Inertization And Contioning (Empty Facility) Pre-Heating Of The oop Filling Stand-By Contion (Heating Cables Control) Secondary oop Startup On Bypass Forced Circulation Under Isothermal Contion (Pump) Valve Test Section Procedure Full Power Forced Circulation Test Secondary oop Startup Forced Circulation Test In DHR Contions Secondary oop Startup Recovery Of The ead Pump eakage Secondary oop Draining Hx Shell Section Drain HX Shell + Bypass loop drain Primary oop Draining Nomenclature... 17
5 Sigla identificazione Introduction The present document reports the main procedures for the logical control of the HEENA facility. The reference for the piping and instrumentation is the P&ID reported in Figure 1 for the primary side, where all the instrumentation, components and pipes are listed and logically represented. The secondary side, filled with pressurized water at 1 bar, is described in Figure 2 where the P&ID is depicted as a reference for the procedures. The whole facility includes: 1. the Primary side, filled with pure ead, with 2 ½ S4 pipes, where some main components are placed: a prototypical pump, operating in the range 1-5 kg/s, with BEP mass flow rate 3-4 kg/s and BEP pressure head bar; a Shell and tube Heat Exchanger (HX), with 7 tubes in tubes with stainless steel power in the gap, operating in the range 1-25 kw; a high mass flow rate Venturi flow meter (3-4 kg/s) FM12; a test valve section (T7, T8, V71, V72, V81, V82) to test prototypical ball valves in pure ead; a corrosion-erosion test section T17; a Fuel Pin Simulator (19-pins) 25 kw power: to be installed later, at the moment is replaced by a tube; 2. the Secondary side, filled with water at 1 bar, connected to the HX, shell side. It includes a pump PC51, an air-cooler E51, by-pass and isolation valves, a heater H51, and a pressurizer S61 with cover gas; 3. an ancillary gas system, to ensure a proper cover gas in the expansion tank; 4. Aa ead draining section, with ½ pipes, isolation valves and a storage tank (S2); The main procedures include all the transient and steady state contions to be performed in the facility to prepare the loop or for the normal operation, and to assess the goals of the experimental campaigns. The procedures define the process of the facility and the logical control must operate this process. The nomenclature used in the documents is reported in the Nomenclature section.
6 Sigla identificazione 4 17 Figure 1 Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) of the HEENA facility: ead-filled primary side.
7 Sigla identificazione 5 17 Figure 2 Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) of the HEENA facility: water-filled secondary side.
8 Sigla identificazione Inertization And Contioning (Empty Facility) The Inertization consists of in the pre-oxidation of stainless steel working in lead and the successive filling of the loop with Argon. For the pre-oxidation of the stainless steel pipes and components which are in contact with the liquid metal during the normal operation of the facility, the pipes and components must be pre-heated with the heating cables up to 1 C and this temperature must be kept constant for 24 hours with flowing air in the pipes. The time derivative of the temperature during the heating process can be fixed to 1 C/h, to mitigate thermal stresses in the loop and to preserve the integrity of the structure. This phase is operated to enhance a oxide layer on steel surface aiming to improve the corrosion resistance of the structures in flowing lead. After the inertization, the Contioning phase is carried out. Keeping components at 1 C, 1-15 Cleaning Cycles are performed. Each Cleaning Cycle consists on loop pressurization with Argon at 1.5 bar absolute pressure, ensured by the set point of the pressure transducer P111 fixed to 1.5 bar absolute. This contion is kept for 5 minutes and therefore Argon is scharged by the V11 gas drain valve. This phase is operated to extract the oxygen from the loop and stainless steel matrix and thus minimizing lead oxidation when the loop is filled. After the Cleaning cycles, the loop is filled with Argon through V17, with the pressure transducer P111 set point fixed to.2 bar gauge pressure (1.2 bar absolute pressure). The loop is set at 1 C and it is isolated from the environment and it is ready for the next pre-heating step. 3. Pre-Heating Of The oop The set temperature of the primary loop is fixed to 4 C, and the components are heated-up by the heating cables with a heating rate of 1 C/h. Therefore the pre-heating duration time will be around 3 h. The pressure increase ratio can be evaluated through the perfect gas law and it is of the order p 4 C /p 1 C ~673/273~2.46, i.e. the final maximum theoretical pressure for a constant volume closed system is 3.2 bar absolute, 2.2 bar gauge. Nevertheless, the overpressure is scharged by the gas drain valve V11 during the operation and the overpressure peak should not pass.5 bar gauge. At the end of the pre-heating, the loop is filled with Argon at constant temperature T=4 C and pressure p(gauge)=.2 bar. To obtain this final state the set point of P111 must be set to.2 bar gauge, and the DACS system will drive the V11 and V17 valves in the proper way. 4. Filling The filling operation is carried out by opening the drain/fill isolation valves V21, V22, and the drain gas valves V11 with P111 set to.2 bar gauge, and by pressurizing the S2 cover gas through the pressure regulator R32. The R32 pressure level will be increased gradually up to ~6 bar absolute, by fixing the P2 set point to 6 bar, until the desired ead level is reached in the loop by a proper signal of the ead high level sensor 11 in the expansion vessel S1. The DACS will regulate both V32 (Argon inflow) and V34 (Argon drain) in order to keep the pressure in the S2 cover gas to the desired set point. The operation is finished when the hydrostatic equilibrium has been reached and the loop is completely filled with ead up to 11 level. Then, the S2 storage tanks is isolated by
9 Sigla identificazione 7 17 closing V21, V22 and the pressure level in the S2 cover gas is decreased gradually down to.2 bar gauge, by fixing a proper set point in P2. The sequence of operations to be performed to fill the loop with ead is summarized in Table 1. Table 1 s and valve configuration for the filling of the facility. 1 V11 O Gas drain valve 2 P111 set.2 bar gauge DACS operate on V11 3 V21, V22 O S2 Isolation 4 P2 up to ~6 bar until the loop is filled up to 11 5 V21,V22 C S3 Isolation, on 11 signal 6 P2 down to 1.2 bar S3 depressurization under 11 signal 7 V34,V32 O / C Automatically operated by DACS to reach the P2 set point 5. Stand-By Contion (Heating Cables Control) The stand-by contion (SBC) is kept when the primary loop is filled with ead and the secondary water side is drained. The set temperature is fixed to a value between 4 C and 45 C, and the DACS controls the heating cables in order to reach the fixed temperature. The maximum grow rate is fixed to 1 C/h. Each pipe of the primary side has its own heating cable (i.e. T11-T11, T7, T72, T8, T82) and the HX shell is traced by heating cables. The generic section of the pipe is shown in Figure 3. Figure 3 Generic section of a primary pipe with heating cable and thermocouples. Each Heating cable will refer to a control thermocouple TCC for control, and to a safety thermocouple TCS as backup thermocouple for the control system. The wall thermocouple TCW
10 Sigla identificazione 8 17 will monitor the wall pipe temperature but it will not be part of the control system. In this way, the heating cables will be preserved from braking. The heating cables will operate on a ON/OFF logic without PID. The thermal capacity of the system is so large that this control philosophy does not produce relevant oscillations in the ead temperature. 6. Secondary oop Startup On Bypass The secondary loop is filled with water and pressurized up to 1 bar by the S61 pressurizer with cover gas. To preserve the integrity of HX, it is necessary to startup the secondary loop circulation with bypass and pre-heating. First, the isolation valves V51 and V52 are closed and V53 is open in order to establish bypass and insulating the HX shell. Then the secondary loop is filled with demineralized water by opening V57, until the water level in the pressurizer S61 has reached a prefixed value monitored by the level sensor 61. After this, the S61 cover gas is pressurized with Nitrogen (N 2 ) by setting the pressure set point P61 to 1 bar absolute, with a water saturation temperature T sat,16bar ~311 C. The DACS will operate on V61 to reach the set point P61. The circulation pump PC51 is switched on, and the H51 heating section is switched on until a fixed temperature ~23 C is reached, with the fluid ~8 C undercooled. The pre-heating list of actions for the secondary side is summarized in Table 2. Table 2 s and valve configuration for the filling and pre-heating of the secondary side with bypass. 1 V51,V52 C Shell side isolation 2 V53 O Bypass 3 V57 O Until the level of S61 is ok (61) 4 P61 up to ~1 bar S21 pressurization, to prevent boiling below 311 C 5 PC51 ON Pump switched on 6 H51 ON until a fixed temperature ~23 C is reached To fill the shell side with water, V51 and V52 are open gradually, and the shell side HX is filled with water. After this, the bypass valve V53 is closed and the secondary loop is completely filled with water. The gas contained in the HX shell side before the water filling can be scharged through T54 and the gas drain valve V61 connected to the S61 cover gas. The volume of water needed to fill the HX shell with water is ~17-2 l. Therefore, the volume of the pressurizer is set-up to be sufficient to compensate this volume variation, i.e. S61 must be mensioned on the volume of the secondary loop and the HX shell. The pressure of the cover gas in the pressurizer is fixed to 1 bar by P61 during all the transient. The list of actions for the HX water filling is reported in Table 3.
11 Sigla identificazione 9 17 The control system must have the possibility to set the temperature of the secondary side to a fixed value and to reach that goal by acting on E51 and secondary heating section H51 independently of the secondary side mass flow rate. Table 3 s and valve configuration for the filling of the HX shell side. 1 P61 up to ~1 bar S21 pressurization, to prevent boiling below 311 C 2 V51,V52 O HX Shell isolation valves opened gradually 3 V53 C Bypass valve 7. Forced Circulation Under Isothermal Contion (Pump) The forced circulation in the HEENA loop is ensured by the mechanical pump PC-11. The pump has been designed on a BEP in ead 3-4 bar, 3-4 kg/s. Before switching on the mechanical pump PC-11, DACS must be a priori check a few contions in order to preserve the mechanical integrity of the pump itself. The list of contions to be verified by the DACS system is reported in Table 4. Contions 14 and 15 are alternative each other, and this means that Qualification valve lines T7 and T8 are used alternatively. The not used line (for example T8) can be isolated by valves (for example V81, V82) and it is available for endoscope inspection through V91/V92. Table 4 ist of contion to be verified by DACS before starting the mechanical pump PC-11. Contion number Value 1 P2.2 bar gauge S2 pressure low to avoid damage 2 12 positive S1 high level sensor 3 TC-seal >4 C The sealing lead temperature must be high to avoid ead freezing 4 TC41 >4 C The T44 lead temperature must be high to avoid ead freezing 5 TC16 >4 C PC-11 suction ead temperature must be high to avoid ead freezing 6 TC17 >4 C PC-11 pump scharge ead temperature must be high to avoid ead freezing
12 Sigla identificazione V13 O PC-11 suction isolation valve 8 V14 O PC-11 scharge isolation valve 9 V18 O PC-11 cover gas isolation valve 1 V43 O PC-11 sealing-leakage line T43 isolation valve 11 V21 O S2 ead isolation valve 12 V45 C eakage re-pumping line T45 isolation valve 13 V22 C oop drain isolation valve 14 V81, V82 O Valve qualification section T8 15 V71, V72 O This contion is alternative to contion 14 After the verification of contions reported in Table 4, the pump is started by an inverter, increasing gradually the rotation rate up to the nominal value. To start up the pump PC-11, the loop must be filled and in isothermal contion, i.e. the list of actions in sections, 3, 4, must be carried out previously. Therefore, the heating cables must be switched on and controlled by DACS to a set point between 4 and 45 C. The test duration time scheduled for the forced circulation under isothermal contion at the nominal mass flow rate (3-4 kg/s) is 4 h, i.e. ~6 months. 8. Valve Test Section Procedure One of the purposes of the HEENA facility is to test ball valves in flowing ead. A proper test section is present, lines T7 and T8, valves V71, V72, and V81, V82. First of all, the two branches T7 and T8 of the valve qualification test section, will be operated alternatively, i.e. T7 will be in flowing lead when T8 is isolated and drained, and vice-versa. When the T7 line is open to test the valves V71 and V72, the T8 line is drained by closing V81, V82 and opening the V42 drain isolation valve. When the T8 line is drained, V42 is closed again, the temperature of the branch is set on 5 C and the line can be inspected by endoscope though V91 vacuum flange. The pre-requisite for the T8 draining is that V43, V21 are open and P2 is set to.2 bar gauge. The list of actions to drain the T7 and T8 line are reported in Table 5 and Table 6 respectively. The test duration time scheduled for each branch (T7 or T8) of the valve test section at the nominal mass flow rate (3-4 kg/s) is 1 h, i.e. ~1.5 months. After the test, the branch will be drained and inspected by endoscope the vacuum flange.
13 Sigla identificazione Table 5 ist of actions for the draining of the T7 line. 1 V22 (C) Isolate then primary loop (Always in this state during loop operation) 2 V43 (O) open drain line 3 V21 (O) S2 isolation valve 4 P2 (.2 bar gauge) S2 cover gas pressure 5 V71, V72 C T7 isolation valve 6 V41 O T7 drain isolation valve: wait until T7 is completely drained 7 V41 C T7 drain isolation valve Table 6 ist of actions for the draining of the T8 line. 1 V22 (C) Isolate then primary loop (Always in this state during loop operation) 2 V43 (O) open drain line 3 V21 (O) S2 isolation valve 4 P2 (.2 bar gauge) S2 cover gas pressure 5 V81, V82 C T8 isolation valve 6 V42 O T8 drain isolation valve: wait until T8 is completely drained 7 V42 C T8 drain isolation valve
14 Sigla identificazione Full Power Forced Circulation Test For this type of test, the pump is activated, accorng to the procedure described in Section 7. Then, the power ramp of the bundle is started (ramp time 1-5 min) to an intermeate value of 2 kw, the heating cables of the primary side are switched off. The high power section of the HX is filled accorng to the procedure described in section 6, with water mass flow rate of 1 m 3 /h. The power of the bundle is now increased gradually from 2 kw up to 2-25 kw, and the water mass flow rate in the HX is increased up to 3 m 3 /h and the HX-inlet set temperature of the secondary fluid (pressurized water at 1 bar) is fixed to ~23 C. The exact value of both secondary mass flow rate and inlet water temperature will depend on the ead temperature and the DACS will drive the correct choice for the values. With the present pump forced circulation, if the mass flow rate will be of the order of 3-4 kg/s, the bundle can be operated at the maximum power 2-25 kw, and the integrity of the pins is ensured. In fact, setting to 8 C the maximum allowable temperature drop in the bundle to have clad temperatures lower than 55 C, the maximum allowed power to the bundle is: Bundle Qmax = m cp T kw (1) 9.1 Secondary oop Startup The secondary loop is started-up with bypass accorng to what described in section 6. Then, the secondary water temperature is fixed to a value ~7-8 C lower than boiling temperature at 1 bar, i.e. T<T sat -7 C~23 C, and the DACS will reach the goal with a typical time constant of half an hour. The secondary water mass flow rate, measured by FM21, will be fixed accorng to the power to exchange and it will be around 3 m 3 /h for the full power 25 kw or less for lower power. The temperature level will be set by the experimentalist accorng to the primary temperature and to the power to exchange basing on the experience and on pre-test CFD calculations. 1. Forced Circulation Test In DHR Contions In this type of test, the power of the bundle is in the range 1-3 kw, to reproduce a pin wall heat flux typical of the decaying power, 5-7% of the nominal heat power, i.e. ~12 kw for the 19-pin bundle, corresponng to qʺ~5-7 kw/m 2. In this type of test, the pump is activated just before starting the bundle power. The mass flow rate is fixed to 1-6 kg/s accorng to the bundle power. In this type of test, the power of the bundle must not exceed 3 kw. Once the power level has been fixed to 1<Q*<3 kw, the heating cables are switched off and the power ramp is started. The ramp time will be fixed between 1 min and 5 min. Then the secondary loop is started-up accorng to the incations provided in section. The test has a typical time scale of a few hours and it is finished when the steady-state contion is reached both for the primary and for the secondary loop.
15 Sigla identificazione Secondary oop Startup The secondary loop is started-up with bypass accorng to what described in section 6. Then, the secondary mass flow rate is fixed to 5 m 3 /h and the secondary water temperature is fixed to a value ~2 C; the DACS system will reach the goal with a typical time constant of half an hour. The temperature level will be set by the experimentalist accorng to the primary temperature and to the power to exchange basing on the experience and on pre-test CFD calculations. 11 Recovery Of The ead Pump eakage During operation, the pump will suffer by design of a continuous leakage from the packing seal. This leakage will be drained through T43, T44, T2 in S2. The level of lead in the loop will go down gradually and therefore the loop must be refilled periocally with ead. In any case the ead level in the facility must be in between 11 and 12. The re-filling procedure can be activated by DACS on low level ead signal 11, and the S2 will be pressurized refilling the loop through T45 line; the operation will be stopped by 12 ead high level signal in S1. The recovery of the pump leakage can be carried out with the pump switched off or with pump operating at nominal flow rate. The most safe way is to switch off the pump during operation. The detailed list of actions to be performed in this latter case is reported in Table 7. Table 7 ist of actions for the recovery of the ead pump leakage in a safe way by switching-off PC- 11 during the procedure S1 ead low level signal 2 V22 (C) Isolate then primary loop (Always in this state during loop operation) 3 V21 (O) S2 isolation valve (Always in this state during loop operation) 4 PC-11 OFF Pump switched off 5 V43 C Isolate the pump drain section 6 V45 O Open the re-pumping line T45 7 P2 ~6 bar absolute S2 cover gas pressurization (DACS): Wait until the refilling is completed (12 signal) S1 ead high level signal
16 Sigla identificazione V45 C Closed at 12 signal: isolate T45 1 P2.2 bar gauge S2 de-pressurization 11 V43 O Open T43 PC-11 drain line 12 Table 4 - Follow the PC-11 pre-startup procedure in Table 4 13 PC-11 ON Start-up with inverter up to the nominal flow rate The first time it is operated, the procedure must follow the incations provided in Table 7. The practical experience will give the correct feedback if it is possible to operate the ead leakage repumping with the PC-11 switched-on at nominal mass flow rate, i.e. without stopping flow circulation in the loop. The list of actions to operate the leakage pumping without switching-off PC- 11 is reported in Table 8. Table 8 ist of actions for the recovery of the lead pump leakage without switching-off PC-11 during the procedure S1 ead low level signal 2 V22 (C) Isolate then primary loop (Always in this state during loop operation) 3 V21 (O) S2 isolation valve (Always in this state during loop operation) 4 PC-11 (ON) Pump kept ON 5 V43 C Isolate the pump drain section 6 V45 O Open the re-pumping line T45 7 P2 ~6 bar absolute S2 cover gas pressurization (DACS): Wait until the refilling is completed (12 signal) S1 ead high level signal 9 V45 C Closed at 12 signal: isolate T45 1 P2.2 bar gauge S2 de-pressurization 11 V43 O Open T43 PC-11 drain line
17 Sigla identificazione Secondary oop Draining The draining of the secondary side can be operated by the water drain isolation valve V56. Conceptually, it can be operated in 2 alternative ways: 1. HX Shell section drain; 2. HX Shell + Bypass loop drain. Phases 1 must be operated if the active section of the HX must be drained, but the bypass loop must be maintained fill for further experiments. Phase 2 must be operated if the whole secondary loop must be drained. Phase 1 and 2 are alternative and cannot be operated in sequence Hx Shell Section Drain If the shell section of the HX is filled and must be drained, a bypass flow must be firstly maintained by opening the bypass valve V53, and the V51 and V52 isolation valves must be closed in order to isolate the shell section and the section can be drained by opening V56. In this case, the demineralized water contained in the bypass loop can be saved and not drained, keeping it at the environmental temperature (2 C) and 1 bar gauge pressure, by setting the P61 set point to 2 bar. In this case both the pump, the air-cooler and the heating section H51 can be switched off, once the goal environmental temperature has been reached. The bypass secondary loop reaches the Cold stand-by water-filled contion (CSFC), T=2 C, p=2 bar. The list of actions is reported in Table 9. Table 9 ist of actions for the HX shell section drain and CSFC. 1 V53 O Wait until the loop is completely drained 2 V51, V52 C Wait until the pump is completely drained 3 V56 O HX drain 4 H51 OFF 5 T Bypass 2 C Cold-down the bypass secondary loop to the environment temperature 6 PC51 OFF Secondary pump switched OFF 7 P61 1 bar gauge Bypass Cold stand-by pressure (CSFC state) 12.2 HX Shell + Bypass loop drain Otherwise, if the secondary HX must not be used for a long time (i.e. 1 month) for other experimental tests, the whole secondary loop can be drained, by stopping the pump circulation PC51, setting the P61 set point to 2 bar and opening V56 drain valve. The list of actions is reported in Table 1.
18 Sigla identificazione Table 1 ist of actions for the HX shell section + Bypass loop drain. 1 PC51 OFF Secondary pump switched OFF 2 H51 OFF 3 P61 1 bar gauge Bypass stand-by pressure 4 V56 O Secondary loop drain 13 Primary oop Draining The primary loop draining must be operated after the secondary loop draining for safety reasons. The P111 (S1, expansion tank) and P2 (S2, storage tank) set points are set to 1.2 bar,.2 bar gauge. The PC-11 pump is switched off to preserve from braking. The loop is set to a stand-by contion (SBC) described in section with a set temperature T loop ~4 C. The S2 set point for temperature is set to 4 C. When the temperature set point in the storage tank has been reached, the ead drain valves V21 and V22, and the pump drain valve V43 are open and the ead can drained from the loop to the S3 storage tank. When all the ead has been drained, V21, V22 and V43 are closed again and the S2 tank isolated. The list of actions is summarized in Table 11. Table 11 ist of actions for the primary loop draining. 1 P bar S1 cover gas pressure 2 P2 1.2 bar S2 cover gas pressure 3 PC-11 OFF Pump switched OFF 4 T loop 4 C SBC described in section 4 T S2 4 C Wait until S2 T has reached the set point 5 V21, V22 O Wait until the loop is completely drained 6 V43 O Wait until the pump is completely drained 7 V21, V22 C 8 V43 C S3 filled and isolated
19 Sigla identificazione Nomenclature CSFC Cold stand-by water-filled Contion O C ON OFF SBC Open Valve Closed valve in service switched off Stand-By Contion
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