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Problem #2 (50 points) Some reactor containments, such as that at D.C. Cook, include ice condenser systems. This is essentially a freezer filled with ice, which is used to condense steam in the containment. The primary system volume is 500 m primary system. The primary system is initially at 15.5 MPa and 618 K. The containment is initially at 0.101 MPa and 300 K. Assume the volume of the solid ice is negligible. The final containment pressure must not exceed 400 kPa. (a) Rewrite the containment pressurization equations to account for the additional mass of the ice. (b) Calculate the containment volume needed with no ice condenser, then calculate the containment volume needed if 1,000 tonnes (1,000,000 kg) of ice at 263 K are included in the containment. (c) If the containment volume is 50,500 m’, find the final pressure with no ice condenser and the final pressure with 1,000 tonnes of ice at 263 K included in the containment. (d) Why might an ice condenser system be desirable? Why not?

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