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A Study on the Verification Scheme for Electrical Circuit Analysis of Fire Hazard Analysis in Nuclear Power Plant
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A Study on the Verification Scheme for Electrical Circuit Analysis of Fire Hazard Analysis in Nuclear Power Plant
Yim, Hyuntae; Oh, Seungjun; Kim, Weekyong;
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 Abstract
In a fire hazard analysis (FHA) for nuclear power plant, various electrical circuit analyses are performed in the parts of fire loading analysis, fire modeling analysis, separation criteria analysis, associated circuit analysis, and multiple spurious operation analysis. Thus, electrical circuit analyses are very important areas so that reliability of the analysis results should be assured. This study is to establish essential electrical elements for each analysis for verification of the reliability of the electrical circuit analyses in the fire hazard analysis for nuclear power plants. Applying the results derived by the study to domestic nuclear power plants, it is expected to determine the adequacy of the fire hazard analysis report and contribute to the reliability of the fire hazard analysis of those plants.
 Keywords
fire protection;fire hazard analysis;safe shutdown analysis;electrical circuit analysis;fire safety;
 Language
Korean
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