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Source froide ultime et systèmes de transport de la chaleur directement associés pour les centrales nucléaires


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French STI/PUB/581 92-0-223482-5
13.00 1982


The ultimate heat sink and its directly associated heat transport systems addressed in this guide are required to remove residual heat from the core after reactor shutdown, and during and after appropriate operational states and accident conditions. The guide covers design considerations for various types of ultimate heat sinks and the directly associated heat transport systems, and for various types and sources of related heat transport fluids.
Contents: Introduction; Design principles; Postulated initiating events; Design features; Annex I: Typical configurations of an ultimate heat sink and its directly associated heat transport systems; Annex II: Typical events to be considered for credible combinations in establishing postulated initiating events for design of UHS.

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