2018 | AFC ACCOMPLISHMENTS 121 Figure 3(a) shows an image taken during the heating step of the test and Figure 3(b) shows an image taken during the water quench. The temperature and pressure evolution throughout the entire LOCA test, including the quench, is shown in Figure 4.The results from this experiment were compared to a LOCA test that was conducted at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) in order to validate the operation and behavior of the SATS system. Table 1 summarizes the results for the ANL integral LOCA test with high-burnup fueled Zr-2 cladding and the current ORNL in-cell test of M5 cladding, referred to as NA#1. The ORNL in-cell test was run with a full LOCA sequence with the same pressure, temperature, and quench test conditions of ANL ICL#4, except for a shorter hold time. Although the sample size and cladding material are different between the two tests, the burst temperature and pressure of the ORNL NA#1 test closely follow the ANL ICL#4 test, which is shown by the similar values for the test results.The burst in the cladding and some fuel fragmentation behavior is pictured in Figure 5. Figure 5. Manipulator holding the burst NA#1 fuel rod segment in front of the SATS after the in-cell LOCA test.