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Scope: This standard is for those involved in the design, operation, and review of fast pulse reactors. It has been formulated in general terms to be applicable to all current fast pulse reactors. This standard does not apply to periodically pulsed reactors or booster assemblies.
Scope: This standard identifies and establishes the content of technical specifications (TS) for research and test reactors. Areas addressed are: Definitions, Safety Limits (SL), Limiting Safety System Settings (LSSS), Limiting Conditions for Operation (LCO), Surveillance Requirements, Design Features, and Administrative Controls. Sufficient detail is incorporated so that applicable specifications can be derived or extracted.
Scope: This standard sets forth general requirements for the establishment and execution of a program designed to verify that the qualify of plate-type uranium-aluminum fuel elements being purchased for research reactors conforms to the requirements of the contract and applicable technical documents, including specifications, standards, and drawings.
Scope: This standard provides criteria for the selection and training of research reactor operating personnel. It addresses their qualifications, training, initial licensing, requalification, and relicensing. This standard is predicated on levels of responsibility rather than on a particular organizational concept.
Scope: This standard provides criteria for quality assurance in the design, construction, operation, and decommissioning of research reactors.
Scope: This standard establishes the elements of a radiation protection program and the criteria necessary to provide an acceptable level of radiation protection for personnel at research reactor facilities and the public consistent with keeping exposures and releases as low as is reasonably achievable (ALARA).
Scope: This standard documents the criteria from which appropriate specific design requirements may be established for the reactor safety system of an individual research reactor.
Scope: This standard identifies the elements of an emergency plan which describes the approach to coping with emergencies and minimizing the consequences of accidents at research reactor facilities. The emphasis given each of these elements shall be commensurate with the potential risk involved. The emergency plan shall be implemented by emergency procedures.
Scope: This standard provides criteria for a fire protection program for research reactor facilities and for the reactor safety-related systems included in those facilities. It stresses preservation of the capability to achieve and maintain safe shutdown of the reactor, and includes consideration of both direct fire hazards and indirect or consequential hazards.
Scope: This standard sets forth the criteria from which design and review requirements can be established for the reactor control and safety system of a research reactor.
Scope: This standard provides the criteria for the format and content for safety analysis reports for research reactors.
Last updated July 22, 2014, 3:03pm CDT.