1 edition of Data Collection and Record Keeping for the Management of Nuclear Power Plant Ageing (Safety (International Atomic Energy)) found in the catalog.
Data Collection and Record Keeping for the Management of Nuclear Power Plant Ageing (Safety (International Atomic Energy))
by International Atomic Energy Agency
Written in English
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Guide for regulatory criteria on Ageing Management and Long Term Operation of Nuclear Power Plants First edition (October ) b) Active Component: A component whose functioning depends on an external input such as actuation, mechanical movement or supply of power, and which responds with. The Nuclear Energy Agency's annual "brown book" provides readers a comprehensive and easy-to-access overview of the current situation and expected trends in various sectors of the nuclear fuel cycle. It includes data on total and nuclear electricity generation and generation capacity, nuclear power plants by development stage, and data on.
Managing the safety aspects of nuclear power plant (NPP) ageing requires implementation of effective programmes for the timely detection and mitigation of ageing degradation of plant systems, structures and components (SSCs) important to safety, so as to Management of Ageing of Major Nuclear Power Plant Components Important. to. 1. 2 I Aging Nuclear Power Plants: Managing Plant Life and Decommissioning Despite these substantial challenges, there has also been good news for the U.S. nuclear industry recently. Reversing a decades long trend of rapid growth, average nuclear power plant operating and maintenance costs have decreased in recent years.
important resource for nuclear engineering professionals that are actively involved in plant ageing management research as well as in the validation of degradation mechanism mitigation strategies. This report describes the status of the OECD-NEA OPDE database after 6 years of operation from. Finnish nuclear power plants (NPP) are reaching their designed service life of approximately 40 years, therefore, the ageing management of the NPP, especially the concrete structures, has become.
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INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, Data Collection and Record Keeping for the Management of Nuclear Power Plant Ageing, Safety Series No. P-3, IAEA, Vienna (). Download to: EdNote BibTeX *use BibTeX for Zotero. an effective and practical system for data collection and record keeping in relation to the evaluation and management of ageing and service life.
This guidance is based connection with the evaluation and management of nuclear power plant ageing and service life . Ageing management has become an important issue in ensuring the availability of required safety functions throughout the service life of a plant.
This Safety Guide provides recommendations on meeting the requirements for safe long term operation and identifies key elements of effective ageing management for nuclear power plants. management and structure, system and component ageing in nuclear power plants.
The present publication is intended as an easily accessible handbook on the ageing management knowledge base, including insights from plant life management programmes as they are being implemented by an increasing number of Member States. The requirements outlined in this regulatory document are consistent with international guidelines, including Ageing Management for Nuclear Power Plants, Safety Guide NS-G, and Safe Long Term Operation of Nuclear Power Plants, Safety Report Series No.
57, both from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and the Glossary of Nuclear Power Plant Ageing from the. Description. This Safety Guide supplements and provides recommendations on meeting the requirements related to ageing management and long term operation that are established in IAEA Safety Standards Series No.
SSR-2/1 (Rev.1), Safety of Nuclear Power Plants: Design, and IAEA Safety Standards Series No. SSR-2/2 (Rev.1), Safety of Nuclear Power Plants: Commissioning and Operation. Programmatic guidance on ageing management is given in Technical Report Series No. “Methodology for the Management of Ageing of Nuclear Power Plant Components Important to Safety”  and in a Safety Practice “Data Collection and Record Keeping for the Management of Nuclear Power Plant Ageing” .
INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, Handbook on Ageing Management for Nuclear Power Plants, Nuclear Energy Series No. NP-T, IAEA, Vienna (). This handbook on ageing management for nuclear power plants (NPPs) has been developed in compliance with relevant IAEA safety standards and draws on.
This publication provides information on good practices relating to the implementation and review of an ageing management programme (AMP) for nuclear power plants.
AMPs are umbrella type, systematic programmes integrating plant operations, inspection and maintenance and other relevant programmes. Ageing management specific guidance is given in IAEA Technical Reports Series No. "Methodology for the Management of Ageing of Nuclear Power Plant Components Important to Safety" and in Safety Practice No.
P-3 "Data Collection and Record Keeping for the Management of Nuclear Power Plant Ageing". Guidance provided in these reports. Programmatic guidance on ageing management is given in the reports entitled “Methodology for the Management of Ageing of Nuclear Power Plant Components Important to Safety”  and “Data Collection and Record Keeping for the Management of Nuclear Power Plant Ageing ”.
Guidance provided in these reports served as a basis for the. Ageing Management of Nuclear Power Plants Terms of Reference for Topical Peer Review Process This paper provides the terms of reference for the peer review of national assessment reports on the topic of ageing management of nuclear power plants, prepared in accordance with article 8e (2) of the Nuclear Safety Directive.
1 INTRODUCTION 1. (No. ) is entitled ‘Methodology for the Management of Ageing of Nuclear Power Plant Components Important to Safety’, and the other is a Safety Practices publication (No. P-3) with the title ‘Data Collection and Record Keeping for the Management of Nuclear Power Plant Ageing’.
In contrast, this Safety Report deals. Get this from a library. Data collection and record keeping for the management of nuclear power plant ageing: a safety practice.
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Find books. August RD Aging Management for Nuclear Power Plants 3 Draft General Requirements for Aging Management Structures, systems, and components (SSCs) of a nuclear power plant experience two kinds of time-dependant changes: 1. physical aging and wear of SSCs causing degradation of their performance characteristics over time or with use 2.
Passive components are subject to ageing management review in order to identify ageing related degradations for given material, environment, stressors and operating loads.
A comprehensive ageing management review is also required either for license renewal  or periodic safety review  of nuclear power. The licensee shall establish an appropriate data collection and record keeping system to support aging management activities and provide a basis for decisions on the type and timing of aging management actions.
Safety Report Series No. 15, Implementation and Review of a Nuclear Power Plant Ageing Management Programme, Vienna, Austria, Ageing Management for Nuclear Power Plants, Safety Guide NS-G from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)  • Safe Long Term Operation of Nuclear Power Plants, Safety Report Series No.
57, from the IAEA  • Glossary of Nuclear Power Plant Ageing. from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation. TD1: Guide for Regulatory Criteria on Ageing Management and Long Term Operation of Nuclear Power Plants. TD2: Guide for Assessment of Ageing Management and Long Term Operation of Nuclear Power Plants.
TD4: Guide for Ageing Management Issues in the Periodic Safety Reviews of Nuclear Power Plants. TD5: Technical Report of the Project. Aging Management 1. Introduction Purpose. REGDOC, Aging Management, sets out the requirements of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) for managing the aging of structures, systems and components (SSCs) of a power reactor ce is also provided as to how these requirements may be met.
Managing the aging of a reactor facility means to ensure the availability of.Nuclear Power Plants. TD4: Guide for Ageing Management Issues in the Periodic Safety Reviews of Nuclear Power Plants.
TD5: Technical Report of the Project. 2. DEFINITIONS AND ACRONYMS The following definitions are applicable for the purposes of this guide: a) Time Limited Ageing Analysis (TLAA): Analyses and calculations carried out by the.
Introduction – plant safety assessment in a plant life management (PLiM) framework. According to IAEA (a), the aim of a nuclear power plant (NPP) safety assessment should be to establish and confirm the design basis for the items important to safety and to ensure that the overall plant design is capable of meeting the prescribed and acceptable limits for radiation doses .