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Scope: This standard specifies the required earthquake instrumentation for the site and structures of light water cooled, land based nuclear power plants. It may be used for guidance at other types of nuclear facilities. This standard does not address the following: (a) Instrumentation to automatically shut down a nuclear power plant at a predetermined ground acceleration. (b) Procedures for evaluating records obtained from seismic instrumentation and instructions for the treatment of data. These procedures and instructions are specified in American National Standard, "Criteria for the Handling and Initial Evaluation of Records from Nuclear Power Plant Seismic Instrumentation," ANSI/ANS 2.10-2003.
Scope: This standard provides criteria for the timely retrieval and the subsequent processing, handling, and storage of data obtained from seismic instrumentation specified in ANSI/ANS-2.2-2002. Also included are initial evaluation criteria to determine whether earthquake motion at the site has exceeded the plant's operating basis earthquake ground motion (OBE). This standard does not address procedures for plant walkdowns immediately (within 8 hours) after an earthquake, for ensuring a safe and orderly shutdown, for long term evaluations of the building and equipment response data, and for subsequently returning the plant to operation. These topics are addressed in ANS 2.23-2002.
Scope: This standard specifies actions that the owner of a nuclear power plant should take in the event of an earthquake. The requirements of this standard supplement those given in American National Standard Criteria for the Handling and Initial Evaluation of Records from Nuclear Power Plant Seismic Instrumentation, ANSI/ANS-2.10-2003. The application of these standards provides a complete evaluation of the need for postearthquake plant shutdown in a timely manner. This standard also provides guidelines that will enable the owner to develop plant-specific procedures for determining the condition of components, systems, and structures needed for shutdown and criteria for restart when a nuclear power plant is required to shut down following an earthquake. This standard does not cover those operator actions performed in connection with the operation and control of the nuclear power plant following an earthquake. These actions are specified in plant operating procedures, emergency operating procedures, and alarm response procedures.
Scope: This standard provides: (a) criteria for selecting the seismic design category1) (SDC) for nuclear facility structures, systems, and components (SSCs) to achieve earthquake safety and (b) criteria and guidelines for selecting Limit States for these SSCs to govern their seismic design. The Limit States are selected to ensure the desired safety performance in an earthquake. 1) The SDCs used in this standard are not the same as the SDCs referred to in the International Building Code (IBC).
Scope: This standard provides requirements and recommended practices for conducting investigations and acquiring data sets needed to evaluate seismic source characterization for probabilistic seismic hazard analysis (PSHA), site response and soil structure interaction (SSI) effects, and liquefaction. These data also are used to evaluate fault rupture and associated secondary deformation, and other seismically-induced ground failure hazards (i.e., ground settlement, slope failure, and subsidence and collapse).
Scope: This standard provides criteria to establish the probabilistic basis for various levels of natural phenomena hazards at nuclear materials facility sites
Scope: This standard provides criteria and guidelines for assessing permanent ground deformation (PGD) hazard due to tectonic surface fault rupture and deformation at nuclear facilities. Specifically, the purpose of this standard is to provide an outline of procedures and methods for performing probabilistic fault displacement hazard analysis (PFDHA for surface rupture hazard) and probabilistic tectonic deformation hazard analysis (PTDHA for surface deformation due to displacements along blind [buried faults]). Probabilistic approaches for assessing surface fault displacement and tectonic deformation hazard are relatively new and so criteria and guidelines have not been defined previously. PGD due to fault rupture is a potential hazard for nuclear facilities founded across or near a fault. In this standard, only coseismic PGD hazard related to movement on crustal faults is addressed. Deformation in the form of creep or afterslip and uplift and subsidence during subduction zone earthquakes is not addressed.
Last updated July 22, 2014, 2:59pm CDT.