- Author:David B Clauss
- Publisher:Division of Engineering, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (1989)
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ence analysis was used to generate the severe accident conditions (SAC) for a large dry .
ence analysis was used to generate the severe accident conditions (SAC) for a large dry pressurized-water reactor (PWR), a boiling-water reactor (BWR) Mark I drywell, and a BWR Mark III wetwell. Based on a survey conducted by Sandia, each EPA was matched with the severe accident conditions for a specific reactor type. This included the type of containment that a particular EPA design was used in most frequently.
The leakage behavior of electrical penetration assemblies (EPAs) is being evaluated by varying the penetration .
The leakage behavior of electrical penetration assemblies (EPAs) is being evaluated by varying the penetration type, manufacturer, and hypothetical temperature and pressure accident profile. Nuclear qualified EPAs were procured from . O'Brien, Westinghouse, and Conax. Severe accident sequence analysis was used to generate the severe accident conditions (SAC) for a large dry PWR, a BWR Mark I drywell, and a BWR Mark III wetwell.
Severe accident testing of electrical penetration assemblies. There's no description for this book yet. Severe accident testing of electrical penetration assemblies. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. The test results provide information required to characterize the leakage behavior of penetrations under severe accident conditions. Containment Chemistry Modeling. Structural response of large penetrations and closures for containment vessels subjected to loadings beyond design basis.
NUREG/CR-5334, Severe Accident Testing of Electrical Penetration Assemblies, Clauss, . Wayne Sebrell, The Potential for Containment Leak Paths Through Electrical Penetration Assemblies Under Severe Accident Conditions, NUREG/CR-3234; SAND83-0538, dated July 1983. Kulak et a. "Structural Response of Large Penetrations and Closures for Containment Vessels Subjected to Loadings Beyond Design Basis," NUREG/CR-. 4064, February, 1985. Containment Penetration Elastomer Seal Leak Rate Tests, NUREG/CR-4944, July 1987.
The Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES) is a standard created to offer companies and security teams a common framework and scope . This book is in a class of its own compared to other security and pentesting books.
The Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES) is a standard created to offer companies and security teams a common framework and scope for the execution of a pentest. Created in 2009, a version 2 is being written. Instead of simply explaining how to use common pentesting tools, Wil Allsopp explains how they work and how to write your own custom tools from the ground up.
Electrical accidents are common, if not unavoidable, in the manufacturing . Clearly, employee training and proficiency testing is critical to minimizing accidents at the workplace.
Electrical accidents are common, if not unavoidable, in the manufacturing environment. They occur for a number of reasons, whether it concerns the management, equipment, or employees. There’s often no one person to blame; as the old saying goes, accidents just happen. The electrical supply had not been properly isolated and locked out, causing the accident. Moreover, no management system was in place to monitor the isolation of said supply. As a result, the company was prosecuted and fined.
Fuel Assembly Tests under Severe Accident Conditions. While analyzing the severe stage of an accident one is to have information on the core conditions and its cooldown possibilities to chose appropriate actions to prevent further accident development and provide the reactor safety. FIR-ENG/Reactor Engineering and NPP/Fission Reactors.