PWR Design Basis Accidents

Product no.: B862D

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Language: German, English on request
Location: Karlstein / Erlangen

 

Objectives:

With regard to design basis accidents in PWRs, participants acquire an overview of accident-related design of the overall plant. In this context, an understanding of accident sequences is developed, characterized by thermodynamic summaries, safety I&C, safety systems and manual actions.

 

Content:

The following accidents (and transients) are covered with respect to the points mentioned above:

  • Loss of offsite power (transient)
  • Loss-of-coolant accidents (LOCA)
  • Steam generator tube ruptures
  • Feedwater line breaks
  • Main steam line breaks
  • Inadvertent operation of main steam valves
  • Subcooling transients
  • External events
  • ATWS
  • Test results of the PKL and UPTF test facilities

 

Target Group:

Persons with process and I&C engineering background from nuclear power plants, manufacturers, expert organizations or authorities.

 

Prerequisites:

PWR introductory course (B211D or B226D) or "PWR Safety and Process Engineering“ (B228D). Several years of relevant work experience in a PWR nuclear power plant, expert organization, authority or manufacturer are advantageous.

 

Duration:

5 days

 

Other information:

Participants: 6 to 12 persons

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