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knowledge-based approach for monitoring and situation assessment at nuclear power plants
Joan Oylear Heaberlin
Written in English
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An approach for developing a computer-based aid to assist in monitoring and assessing nuclear power plant status during situations requiring emergency response has been developed.
It is based on the representation of regulatory requirements and plant-specific systems and instrumentation in the form of hierarchical : Joan Oylear Heaberlin. A knowledge-based approach for monitoring and situation assessment at nuclear power plants.
Abstract. Graduation date: An approach for developing a computer-based aid to\ud assist in monitoring and assessing nuclear power plant\ud status during situations requiring emergency response has\ud been developed.
It is based on the. Device for monitoring airborne radiation. Nuclear power plants may give off a small amount of radiation while they are operating.
The plants may also release small amounts of material that emit radiation. The NRC has strict rules to keep radiation levels in the environment very low and protect public health and safety. the assessment practical, are key considerations in the performance of SPSA.
The present publication describes procedures for conducting a plant specific SPSA. The document should be used in conjunction with the following IAEA PSA procedures: Procedures for conducting probabilistic safety assessments of nuclear power plants (Level 1) .
safety assessment during the initial design process and design modifications, as well as to the operating organization in carrying out independent verification of the safety assessment of new nuclear power plants with a new or already existing design. The recommendations for performing a safety assessment are suitable also as guidance for.
in the environmental impact assessment is a nuclear power plant with electric power of 1,–2, MW. The power plant can also be constructed in a manner suitable for combined district heating production.
The nuclear power plant will consist of one or two light-wa-ter reactors (pressurized-water or boiling water reactors).
Nuclear power plays an important role in the global energy economy, but its safety has been a contentious issue for over 50 years. Based on new designs of nuclear power plants, new methods of assessing risks, and calculations of cost efficiency, proponents of nuclear power see it as safe and necessary, but skeptics do not.
How can people be so Cited by: 4. Also, the approaches in States with a nuclear power plant vendor may differ from those in States that import nuclear power plants. The regulatory framework needs to be based on the chosen approach and there should also be the scope for development or further adjustment as the knowledge, experience and needs of the regulatory body : G.
Caruso. Such approaches are based on safety/risk indicators, which can be regularly collected and assessed to identify variations in the overall plant risk level. Moreover, human and organizational indicators can address underlying causes of unwanted events, and their analysis can enable proactive risk by: 2.
Monitoring health status by completing a community assessment b. Diagnosing and investigating health problems in the world c. Informing, educating, and empowering people about health issues d. Working in law enforcement to regulate health and ensure safety.
Description. The objective of this Safety Guide is to provide recommendations for meeting the IAEA safety requirements in performing or managing a level 2 probabilistic safety assessment (PSA) project for a nuclear power plant; thus it complements the Safety Guide on level 1 PSA.
One of the aims of this Safety Guide is to promote a standard. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone : N. Holloway. § Personnel access authorization requirements for nuclear power plants. (a) Introduction. (1) By Maeach nuclear power reactor licensee, licensed under 10 CFR p shall implement the requirements of this section through revisions to its Commission-approved Physical Security Plan.
planning of nuclear power plants. educing the R greenhouse effect due to increased greenhouse effect has become a major countries and decision makers.
concern Nuclear power plants can be an alternative choice because it does not result greenhouse gas emissions . Studies related to comparative assessment of environmental and. This publication elaborates on the role of nuclear knowledge management in a research and development (R&D) context, and on the importance of facilitating innovation and future development of nuclear technologies for nuclear power, its associated fuel cycles, and nuclear applications in medicine, industry and agriculture.
Request PDF | Mobile Post-Emergency Monitoring System for Nuclear Power Plants | In this paper, a concept of designing the post-emergency system for monitoring. Operators of nuclear plants must demonstrate to the independent Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR), or where applicable to the Defence Nuclear Safety Regulator that the activities on their sites are safe and comply with the necessary legislation.
Size: 1MB. The paper shows the idea, the drivers and some basics within the wide spread field of Risk Monitoring Systems for nuclear power plants. Pros and cons are summarised and the status of last developments is touched. The situation in non-nuc technologies is by: 1.
This book describes a number of the more important improvements in risk assessment methodology in the nuclear industry, developed over the last decade. It presents them in an instructive way so as to be suitable for those wishing to understand the techniques. The methodology of modern probabilistic risk assessment (PRA) is discussed in by: R&D and its management for nuclear power plants and nuclear facilities: national procedures.
R&D and its management for nuclear power plants and nuclear facilities: international R&D. R&D and its management for radioactive waste management and disposal. Challenges and lessons learned.
Future trends. Sources of further. PROBABILISTIC SAFETY ASSESSMENT FOR NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS AND RESEARCH REACTORS A E R B S A F E T Y M A N U A L.
AERB SAFETY MANUAL NO. AERB/NPP&RR/SM/O-1 PROBABILISTIC SAFETY ASSESSMENT FOR NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS AND RESEARCH REACTORS Atomic Energy Regulatory Board Mumbai India Approaches .operational support of nuclear power plants.
From a nuclear safety point of view, probabilistic safety assessment is used during both the design and the operating stages of a nuclear power plant to identify and to analyse every possible situation and sequence of events that might result in severe damage to the reactor core.
To the extent that PSA.knowledge-based. approach. EM-CLASS has been tested with a simulation of a Trojan Nuclear Power Plant emergency exercise and was found to produce accurate classification of the emergency using manual entry of the data into the program.