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Application of the Safety Classification of Structures, Systems and Components in Nuclear Power Plants

English IAEA-TECDOC-1787 978-92-0-101116-9
72 4 18.00 2016

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This publication describes how to complete tasks associated with every step of the classification methodology set out in IAEA Safety Standards Series No. SSG-30, Safety Classification of Structures, Systems and Components in Nuclear Power Plants. In particular, how to capture all the structures, systems and components (SSCs) of a nuclear power plant to be safety classified. Emphasis is placed on the SSCs that are necessary to limit radiological releases to the public and occupational doses to workers in operational conditions.This publication provides information for organizations establishing a comprehensive safety classification of SSCs compliant with IAEA recommendations, and to support regulators in reviewing safety classifications submitted by licensees.

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Nuclear Power Plants, Safety Measures, Design and Construction, Nuclear Industry, Radiation, Safety at Nuclear Installations, Safety Classification, Methodology, Structure, Systems, Components, SSCs, Recommendations, Regulators, Accidents, Reactor Operators, Reactor Safety, Safety Standards, Nuclear Facilities, Personnel, Public, Design Provisions, Requirements, Workers, Thermal Power Plants, Classification Process, Best Practices

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