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Workshop on Advanced Nuclear Reactor Safety Issues and Research Needs [electronic resource] : Paris, France, 18-20 February, 2002 /
co-sponsored by the International Atomic Energy Agency and organised in collaboration with the European Communities.
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Paris, France : Nuclear Energy Agency, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, c2002.
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339 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
ISBN
9264197818
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Paris, France : Nuclear Energy Agency, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, c2002.
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9264197818
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8185771
 
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Table of Contents
Forewordp. 3
Summary and Recommendationsp. 9
Session Summariesp. 13
Safety Principles, Safety Requirements and Implementation of Defence-in-depth--Introduction to Major Novel Design and their Safety Casesp. 13
Issues Important for Safety and their Assessmentp. 14
How to Deal with Safety Issues, Questions and Concerns?--Identification of Research Needsp. 17
Safety Principles, Safety Requirements and Implementation of Defence-in-depth--Introduction to Major Novel Designs and their Safety Casesp. 23
Defence-in-depth and Development of Safety Requirements for Advanced Nuclear Reactorsp. 25
Defence-in-depth and New Reactorsp. 39
Building a Safety Case for Advanced Reactor Designsp. 43
Safety of HTR--State of Knowledge and Necessary Researchp. 47
Safety Issues and Approach for Liquid-Metal Reactorsp. 59
Issues Important for Safety and Assessmentp. 69
Safety Aspects of the SVBR-75/100 Reactorp. 71
The R&D Issues Necessary to Achieve the Safety Design of Commercialised Liquid-Metal Cooled Fast Reactorsp. 87
Safety Issues for LMFBRs: Important Features Drawn from the Assessments of Superphenixp. 103
Safety Features and Research Needs of Westinghouse Advanced Reactorsp. 119
APR1400 Design: Its Safety Features and Associated Test Programp. 131
Safety Concept of the SWR 1000, an Advanced Boiling Water Reactor with Passive Safety Featuresp. 143
Development of ABWR-II and its Safety Designp. 153
Finnish Safety Requirements for Future Light Water Reactorsp. 163
Safety Objectives and Safety Principles for Future PWRsp. 173
Licensing of Future LWRsp. 183
Major Safety Aspects of Next Generation CANDU and Associated Research and Developmentp. 191
Safety Issues Faced During the HTR-10 Design and Licensing as Reference for Safety Design Requirement Consideration for Industrial MHTGRsp. 201
The First Stage of Licensing of PBMR in South Africa and Safety Issuesp. 209
Safety Issues of Reduced-Moderation Water Reactor and High Temperature Gas-cooled Reactor Developed at JAERIp. 223
Introduction to CEA Studies on Future Nuclear Energy Systems and Safety Related Researchp. 241
Generation IV Initiative: Safety and Reliability Goals and Related R&Dp. 247
How to Deal with Safety Issues, Questions and Concerns? Identification of Research Needsp. 259
Role of Research in the Safety Case of Future Reactor Concepts--Definite Needs, Confirmatory Areas, Added Valuep. 261
EDF View on Next Generation Reactor Safety and Operability Issuesp. 271
Current and Future Research on Corrosion and Thermalhydraulic Issues of HLM Cooled Reactors and on LMR Fuels for Fast Reactor Systemsp. 279
Current and Future Research on Passive Safety Devices and Advanced Fuels for Innovative LWRs Part 1: Research on Passive Safety Devicesp. 291
Current and Future Research on Passive Safety Devices and Advanced Fuels for Innovative LWRs Part 2: Fuel Development for Advanced Light Water Reactorsp. 301
Current and Future Research on HTR Safety Issuesp. 313
List of Participantsp. 323
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