Tomasz Hanusek

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Building 39 (“Cyfronet”), room 160
ul. Andrzeja Sołtana 7
05-400, Otwock, Poland
tomasz.hanusek@ncbj.gov.pl
+48 693 915 717

 

 

PhD Topic: Transient coupled calculations for the DFRm
Supervisor: prof. Rafael Juan-Macian (Head of Nuclear Engineering Division (NTech) at the Technische Universitaet in Munich, Germany)

The task is to make coupled calculations for the metallic 250 MWth DFR, burn-up calculations, solution for keeping constant the working temperature and reactivity. The coupled neutron and thermal-hydraulic degrees of freedom codes such as connected Park and Trace codes should be used or just newly written. This will help to make a computer model of the DFRm.

Seminars and conference talks:

  • Transient calculations for the DFRm . 26.05.2019, Otwock, NCBJ, Division of Nuclear Energy and Environmental Studies
  • Transient calculations for the DFRm. 25.04.2019, Szczecin, Workshop on Perspectives of Dual Fluid Reactor Technology
  • State of the art of innovative reactors based on The 2019 Frédéric Joliot / Otto Hahn Summer School on Nuclear Reactors. 17.12.2019, Otwock, NCBJ, Division of Nuclear Energy and Environmental Studies
  • Modeling of circulating fuel reactors based on the Molten Salt Reactor Experiment. 07.04.2020, Otwock, NCBJ, Division of Nuclear Energy and Environmental Studies

Publications:

M. Bielewicz, T. Hanusek et al.: Transmutation Measurements Level in Accelerator-driven Subcritical Systems (ADS). Acta Phys. Pol. B Proc. Suppl. 11, 751 (2018)

Courses:

  • Nuclear reactors – Dr. O. Dorosh
  • Fundamentals of reactor physics – prof. W. Gudowski
  • Numerical methods in high-temperature nuclear engineering – Dr. S. Potempski
  • Reactor physics of HTR-s – prof. J. Cetnar