## Simulators VIII: proceedings of the Simulation MultiConference on Simulators International VIII, 1-5 April 1991, New Orleans, Louisiana |

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SOLUTION METHOD The two phase flow

a

u,, p„ T„ wf, T, a, and X.. The THEATRe code does not treat a fluid node as an ...

SOLUTION METHOD The two phase flow

**problem**defined previously constitutesa

**problem**of 12 variables for a fluid node[12]. The 12 variables are P, u,, p,, T,, w,,u,, p„ T„ wf, T, a, and X.. The THEATRe code does not treat a fluid node as an ...

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In the model

count represents the start of a new time step. In comparing curves 1, 2, and 3 in

Fig. 1, it is clear that varying the constant K has two significant effects: the smaller

...

In the model

**problem**, four iterations per cycle were used, thus every fourth stepcount represents the start of a new time step. In comparing curves 1, 2, and 3 in

Fig. 1, it is clear that varying the constant K has two significant effects: the smaller

...

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ABSTRACT Computer codes describing three-dimensional transient thermal and

fluid-dynamic

momentum and mass conservation equations of the fluid to derive a Poisson-like

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ABSTRACT Computer codes describing three-dimensional transient thermal and

fluid-dynamic

**problems**in complex geometrical configurations often combinemomentum and mass conservation equations of the fluid to derive a Poisson-like

...

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### Contents

Performance Modelling for a Simulator Upgrade 3 Ankur R Hajare | 14 |

Software Maintenance Techniques For Nuclear Power 20 Scott C Whitson | 20 |

General Solution for Electrical Networks 31 Lev Eynisfeld | 31 |

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