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Commissioning guidelines for nuclear power plants

By: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Series: IAEA Nuclear energy series NP-T-2.10.Publisher: Vienna: IAEA, 2018Description: 134 p.Subject(s): Centrales Nucleares - Puesta en Marcha | Centrales Nucleares - Diseño y Construcción | Centrales Nucleares - Medidas de SeguridadDDC classification: 333.792.4 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online
Contents:
2. Commissioning basics. 3. Management systems for commissioning. 4. Commissioning process. Overview. Preparations for commissioning. Final installation testing. Turnover from system installation to commissioning. Commissioning testing. Non-commissionable attributes. Turnover from commissioning to operation. Final plant acceptance. Non-conformance management, rework and troubleshooting. Assessment, oversight and continuos improvement. Other considerations. 5. Human resource and organizational models. 6. Safety aspects and lessons learned. 7. Summary and conclusions.
Summary: This publication addresses issues related to NPP commissioning and its interfaces with construction and operations, and describes good industry practices that meet safety and quality standards during commissioning that allow commissioning to proceed in an efficient manner. In particular, this publication allows newcomer countries to gain insight into the key steps in the commissioning process, the important role of the owner/operator and human resource considerations.
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2. Commissioning basics. 3. Management systems for commissioning. 4. Commissioning process. Overview. Preparations for commissioning. Final installation testing. Turnover from system installation to commissioning. Commissioning testing. Non-commissionable attributes. Turnover from commissioning to operation. Final plant acceptance. Non-conformance management, rework and troubleshooting. Assessment, oversight and continuos improvement. Other considerations. 5. Human resource and organizational models. 6. Safety aspects and lessons learned. 7. Summary and conclusions.

This publication addresses issues related to NPP commissioning and its interfaces with construction and operations, and describes good industry practices that meet safety and quality standards during commissioning that allow commissioning to proceed in an efficient manner. In particular, this publication allows newcomer countries to gain insight into the key steps in the commissioning process, the important role of the owner/operator and human resource considerations.

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