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Update and Progress on Deterministic-Based Neutronics Comparison of Recently Developed Deterministic Codes with Applications Update and Progress on Deterministic-Based Neutronics Comparison of Recently Developed Deterministic Codes with Applications Mahmoud Z Youssef UCLA FNST/PFC/MASCO Meetings, August 2 -6, 2010, University of California, Los Angeles

Outlines -Backgroud information - Method of Discrete Ordinates (discretization in energy, angle and space) Outlines -Backgroud information - Method of Discrete Ordinates (discretization in energy, angle and space) - History of of issuance of deterministic codes -Recently developed deterministic codes and comparison - Denovo - PARTISN - ATTILA -Applications (Capabilities and Limitations) – Emphasize on Attila -Comments

Calculation Methods for Neutron and Photon Transport § The methods can be broken down Calculation Methods for Neutron and Photon Transport § The methods can be broken down into two broad groups § Deterministic method: §Directly solves the equation using numerical techniques for solving a system of ordinary and partial differential equations § Monte Carlo method: §Solves the equation using probabilistic and statistical techniques (Stochastic Approach) § Each method has its strengths and weaknesses

Deterministic Method: Linear Boltzmann Transport Equation (LBTE) streaming collision sources where, • Represents a Deterministic Method: Linear Boltzmann Transport Equation (LBTE) streaming collision sources where, • Represents a particle balance over a differential control volume: – Streaming + Collision = Scattering Source + Fixed Source – No particles lost

Angular Discretization • Angular Differencing – Discrete Ordinates (SN) – Solves the transport equation Angular Discretization • Angular Differencing – Discrete Ordinates (SN) – Solves the transport equation by sweeping the mesh on discrete angles defined by a quadrature set which integrates the scattering source – Sweeps the mesh for each angle in the quadrature set 0. 5 cm Element Size Ωi SN=Quadrature set of order N Number of angles in level-symmetric set= N(N+2) Abdou Lecture 5

Scattering Source Expansion • Scattering cross section is represented by expansion in Legendre Polynomials Scattering Source Expansion • Scattering cross section is represented by expansion in Legendre Polynomials • The angular flux appearing in the scattering source is expanded in Spherical Harmonics Flux moments Spherical Harmonics • The degree of the expansion of the resulting scattering source is referred to as the PN expansion order PN=Harmonics expansion approximation number of moments=(N+1)2 Abdou Lecture 5

Energy Discretization • Division of energy range into discrete groups (Muti-groups): • Multigroup constants Energy Discretization • Division of energy range into discrete groups (Muti-groups): • Multigroup constants are obtained by flux weighting, such as • This is exact if is known a priori • Highly accurate solutions can be obtained with approximations for by a spectral weighting function

Spatial Discretization • Traditional SN approaches use regular orthogonal structured grid (2 D, 3 Spatial Discretization • Traditional SN approaches use regular orthogonal structured grid (2 D, 3 D) – Regular Cartesian or polar grids – Cell size driven by smallest solution feature requiring resolution • Many elements are required (several millions) • curved boundaries are approximated by orthogonal grid • Advanced SN approaches use unstrctured tetrahedral cells (3 D) – Cell sized can be controlled at preselected locations. – Highly localized refinement for capturing critical solution regions • Much fewer elements needed for accurate solution • curved boundaries are accurately represented 0. 5 cm Element Size Orthogonal structured Grid Unstructured grid

Number of the Unknowns in Discrete Ordinates Method number of unknowns per cell Number Number of the Unknowns in Discrete Ordinates Method number of unknowns per cell Number of Energy groups NT= Nc x n x t x Nu x Ng Number of spatial cells Number of angles =N(N+2) (SN ) Number of moments= (L+1)2 (PL ) For a typical of Ni=Nj=Nk=400, S 32, P 3 , Ng=67 (orthogonal grid) NT 5. 23 x 1014 unknown In unstructured tetrahedral grid NT= ~5 x 1012 ( 2 orders of magnidude less)

History of Deterministic Discrete Ordinates Codes Development of the deterministic methods for nuclear analysis History of Deterministic Discrete Ordinates Codes Development of the deterministic methods for nuclear analysis goes back to the early 1960: Oak. Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL): (1 D) W. Engle: ANISN (1967) (2 D) R. J. Rogers , W. W. Engle, F. R. Mynatt, W. A. Rhoades, D. B. Simpson, R. L. Childs, T Evans: DOT (1965), DOT II (1967), DOT III (1969), DOT 3. 5 (1975), DOT IV (1976)……… DORT (~1997) (3 D) TORT (~1997))……. DOORS (early 2000)… DENOVO ~2007 -to date) Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL): K. D. Lathrop, F. W. Brinkley, W. H. Reed, G. I. Bell, B. G. Carlson, R. E. Alcouffe, R. S. Baker, J. A. Dahl: TWOTRAN (1970), TWOTRAN II (1977) …. THREETRAN…… …TRIDENT-CTR(~1980)……DANTSYS (1995)…PARTISN (2005) 10 ATTILA: 3 D-FEM-unstrctured tetrahedral cells (1995). Now Transpire/UC

Comparison of Recent Discrete Ordinates Codes 1/5 Spatial Descritization: Orthogonal and structured: - Weighted Comparison of Recent Discrete Ordinates Codes 1/5 Spatial Descritization: Orthogonal and structured: - Weighted diamond differencing (Denovo, PARTISN) - Weighted diamond differencing with linear-zero fixup (Denovo, PARTISN) - Adaptive weighted diamond Differencing (PATISN) - Linear discontinuous Galerkin finite element - Trilinear-discontinuous Galerkin finite element - Exponential discontinuous finite element - Step characteristics, slice balance (Denovo, PRTISN) (Denovo) (PARTISN) (Denovo) Arbitrary and Unstructured: - Tri-linear discontinuous Finite Element (DFEM) on an arbitrary tetrahedral mesh (ATTILA)

Comparison of Recent Discrete Ordinates Codes 1/5 Parallelization Method - Koch-Baker-Alcouffe (KBA) parallel-wavefront sweeping Comparison of Recent Discrete Ordinates Codes 1/5 Parallelization Method - Koch-Baker-Alcouffe (KBA) parallel-wavefront sweeping algorithm (Denovo) - 2 -D spatial decomposition (and inversion of source iteration equation in a single sweep (PARTISN) -Spatial decomposition parallelism (ATTILA) Iteration Method - Krylov method (within-group, non-stationary method) (Denovo) - Source iteration (stationary) method (PARTISN, ATTILA) Inner Iteration Method -Diffusion synthetic acceleration, DSA -Transport synthetic acceleration (TSA) (All)

Denovo: Parallel 3 -D Discrete Ordinates Code Ø Denovo serves as the deterministic solver Denovo: Parallel 3 -D Discrete Ordinates Code Ø Denovo serves as the deterministic solver module in the SCALE MAVRIC sequence SCALE Sn- 3 -D Code Denovo Geom. Model CADIS Consistent Adjoint Driven Importance Sampling Ø . Developed Appropriate Weight windows MAVRIC Monaco with Automated Variance Reduction using Importance Mapping- Monte Carlo Code to replace TORT as the principal 3 -D deterministic transport code for nuclear technology applications at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL).

Application of Denovo: PWR • Denovo is used extensively on the National Center for Application of Denovo: PWR • Denovo is used extensively on the National Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS) Cray XT 5 supercomputer (Jaguar). • The KBA method (direct inversion, parallel sweeping) allows for good weak-scaling on Jaguar. Ø This ability to run massive problems in reasonable runtimes Over 1 Billion mesh Slightly more than 1 hr 10 cm mesh size From: Thomas M. Evans , “Denovo-A New Parallel Discrete Transport Code for Radiation Shielding Applications” Transport Methods Group, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, One Bethel Valley Rd, Oak Ridge, TN 37831 [email protected] gov

ATTILA • A finite element Sn neutron, gamma and charged particle transport code using ATTILA • A finite element Sn neutron, gamma and charged particle transport code using 3 D unstructured grids (tetrahedral meshes) • Geometry input from CAD (Solid Works, Pro. E) Ø ATTILA R&D Started at LANL (1995) by CIC-3 Group. Ø Currently being maintained through an exclusive license agreement between Transpire Inc. and University of California. . Shared memory parallel version SEVERIAN • Accepted as an ITER design tool in July, 2007

Generic Diagnostic Upper Port Plug Neutronics Section Through Upper Port Showing the Visible/IR Camera Generic Diagnostic Upper Port Plug Neutronics Section Through Upper Port Showing the Visible/IR Camera Labyrinth W/cm 3 Generic Upper Port Nuclear Heating Total: 316 k. W First Wall + Diagnostic Shield: 309 k. W GUPP Structure: 7 k. W Generic Upper Port Plug Solid. Works Analysis Model

Generic Diagnostic Upper Port Plug Neutronics Vacuum Flange ATTILA Simplified representation of the Generic Generic Diagnostic Upper Port Plug Neutronics Vacuum Flange ATTILA Simplified representation of the Generic Diagnostic Upper Port Structure ANSYS Thermal Analysis in ANSYS Based on Nuclear Heating Data from ATTILA

Alite 04 -UCLA ITER Reference CAD Model Ø 40 -degree 1: 1 scale CAD Alite 04 -UCLA ITER Reference CAD Model Ø 40 -degree 1: 1 scale CAD model re- centered around the lower RH divertor port. Ø Contains all components and is fully compliant with the Alite 03 and Alite 04 Diverter model furnished by ITER IO** Ø M 12 upper port connections from the ATTILA Alite 04 model of UKAEA Culham. Ø Many cleanup and minor modifications suitable for nuclear analysis were performed in Solid. Works and ANSYS. Meshed by Attila Model will be sent to ITER IO and made available to neutronics community **This work was carried out using an adaptation of the Alite MCNP model which was developed as a collaborative effort between the FDS team of ASIPP China, ENEA Frascati, JAEA Naka, UKAEA Culham and the ITER Organisation

Neutron Flux in the Vacuum Vessel Looking down: Horizontal cut at Mid-plane Bottom of Neutron Flux in the Vacuum Vessel Looking down: Horizontal cut at Mid-plane Bottom of VV

Gamma Heating Neutron Heating W/cc Total Heating is dominated by gamma heating Gamma Heating Neutron Heating W/cc Total Heating is dominated by gamma heating

Accumulated Dose (Gy) in the Epoxy Insulator at 0. 3 MW. a/m 2 Gy Accumulated Dose (Gy) in the Epoxy Insulator at 0. 3 MW. a/m 2 Gy Diagnostics and Port shield Installed 2. 01 E 6 1. 92 E 6 PF 4 1. 67 E 6 PF 4 1. 58 E 6 9. 02 E 4 Magnet Insulator PF 5 PF 6 1. 16 E 5 4. 48 E 4 PF 5 PF 6 3 E 3 3. 67 E 4 2. 11 E 5 5. 27 E 4 Diagnostics/shield not installed • Dose in PF 5 reduced by a factor of 100 when divertor port is plugged Local Insulator Dose: The dose limit to the insulation is 10 MGy • Dose limit of 10 MGy is not reached Dose (Gy/s) = Heating (W/cc)*1/ρmaterial*1000 g/kg Local Lifetime Limit 10 MGy, Assume Titer_life = 1. 7 E 7 seconds

TBM (2) Shield Cryostat Bio-shield AEU Port Inter space area Youssef Dagher Dose rates TBM (2) Shield Cryostat Bio-shield AEU Port Inter space area Youssef Dagher Dose rates in the port inters pace and AEU area need Assessment → acurate ocupational Radiation Exposure (ORE) rates

We have a meashable ITER model with DCLL TBM inserted We have a meashable ITER model with DCLL TBM inserted

Follow up Need to complete the dose rate assessment for the DCLL TBM Comments Follow up Need to complete the dose rate assessment for the DCLL TBM Comments • With the recent advances in computers soft and hardware development, the limitation on disk space requirement is much more relaxed. • Discrete ordinates codes (e. g. ATTILA/SEVERIAN)are good tools for engineering designs that require frequent design modifications. • ATTILA is already extensively used in ITER in-vessel component designs (diagnostics, ELM. VS, etc. )

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