1 edition of Design of the Reactor Containment Systems in Nuclear Power Plants found in the catalog.
Design of the Reactor Containment Systems in Nuclear Power Plants
April 1986 by Intl Atomic Energy Agency .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
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The primary containment is designed to condense steam and to contain fission products released from a loss of. Xu, Jim. "Evolution of Containment Systems for Gen III Reactors." Containment Structures of U.S. Nuclear Power Plants: Background, Regulations, Codes and Standards.
Better technology and a much smaller size should make the new mini-reactors dramatically safer than any existing nuclear power plant, the program director told me. systems fail, it never gets Author: Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. The passive safety systems do not require the large network of active safety support systems (ac power, diesels, HVAC, pumped cooling water) that are needed in typical nuclear plants.