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Large commercial airliner at various crash speeds) vary. In at least one design, internal flooding has been treated as an external event. 2] may be considered to be generally valid for current generation plants. g. located at top of the reactor building, it seems appropriate to classify internal flood as an external event. 3] as under: “Internal events” are typically failures or transient events that occur within a particular system of a nuclear power plant (such as a loss of coolant accident, or a failure of a support system}.

42 TABLE 10. 10] LEVEL OF DEFENCE IN DEPTH OBJECTIVES INNOVATION DIRECTION (INPRO) 1 Prevention of abnormal operation and failures Enhance prevention by increased emphasis on inherently safe design characteristics and passive safety features. 2 Control of abnormal operation and detection of failures. Give priority to advanced control and monitoring systems with enhanced reliability, intelligence and limiting features. 3 Control of accidents within the design basis. Achieve fundamental safety functions by optimized combination of active and passive design features; limit fuel failures; increase grace period to several hours.

G. located at top of the reactor building, it seems appropriate to classify internal flood as an external event. 3] as under: “Internal events” are typically failures or transient events that occur within a particular system of a nuclear power plant (such as a loss of coolant accident, or a failure of a support system}. ” Some of the external events are specific to a floating NPP alone, while a group of reference external events (as per IAEA-TECDOC-1341) has not been taken into consideration for any of the fourteen designs, obviously on account of their inapplicability based on site features considered for these reactor designs.

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