College of Engineering
University of Wisconsin - Madison

EP Wisconsin Institute of Nuclear Systems Luis E. Herranz

Research Associate


Departments
Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics

Education
BS/MS 1986, Quantum Chemistry, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain
PhD 1996, Chemistry, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (ETSIIM), Spain

Research Interests
analytical study of condensation in different geometries and under different conditions.

Centers and Consortia
Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas MedioAmbientales y Tecnológicas (CIEMAT)
Wisconsin Institute of Nuclear Systems

Articles and Publications
  • Herranz L.E., "Analysis of the Chemical Behavior of Iodine in the Suppression Tank of the LOFT Facility during Experiment LP-FP-2 with IODE and IMPAIR-2/M", Nuclear Technology May 1994
  • Herranz L.E., "Major Insights and Improvements in Thermohydraulic Codes CONT and CONTEMPT4 from Scoping Calculations Focused on PHEBUS-FP Containment Vessel", International Conference on New Trends in Nuclear system Thermohydraulics Pisa, Italy June, 1994
  • Herranz L.E., "Thermalhydraulics Testing of the PHEBUS-FP Containment", Conference on Heat and Mass Transfer, CESME Turkey May 1995
  • Herranz L.E., "Aerosol Behavior in Small Vessels: An Interpretation of FAL-ISP1 Test by Using CONTAIN Code", Journal of Aerosol Science 1995
  • Herranz L.E., "Analysis of Dominant Phenomena during Aerosol Scrubbing in Saturated Pools", Journal of Aerosol Science 1996
  • Herranz L.E., "Turbulent Vapor condensation with Noncondensable Gases in Vertical Tubes", International Journal of Heat & Mass Transfer Oct., 1996


  • Additional Experience


    Mr. Herranz's current activity is mainly focused on the study of condensation in different geometries and conditions from the theoretical point of view. In this regard, I developed a predictive model for the heat transfer in the vertical tubes of the passive cooling condenser of the SBWR containment under prototypical accident conditions. At present I am colaborating with the ongoing research in NEEP concerning condensation in the containment shell of the AP600 by assisting in the tests data rationalization and by developing a model capable to reproduce the experimental observations.

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