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Development of MMIS design concepts for the KNGR

Abstract

The design goals of MMIS for the next generation nuclear power plant are to improve plant safety and the cost effectiveness of nuclear power plants, and to meet with regulatory requirements. For the optimized design of MMIS, conceptual design bases are required for the optimization of MMIS design to establish the design concepts for NGR MMIS. The conceptual design bases are also required for performing the basic design, and verifying the design. The objectives of this study are establishment of MMIS design bases and the development of next generation MMIS configuration concepts. The MMIS design bases for by adopting MMIS requirements developed in the previous study on next generation reactor evaluation techniques and advanced MMIS technologies. The next generation MMIS design requirements are to be developed based on the device obsolescence problems by applying modern digital technology. This report describes the design concepts for the next generation MMIS. In order to develop the design concepts, new technologies were analyzed, and the characteristics of new advanced MMIS designs were reviewed. In addition, reviewing the advanced design features (ADF) resulted from the 3 rd stage of standardization project, the strategy for the application of the results from these activities are prepared. This  More>>
Authors:
Publication Date:
Dec 01, 1995
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
KAERI/TR-617/95
Reference Number:
SCA: 220400; 210200; PA: AIX-27:062942; EDB-96:126330; NTS-97:001429; SN: 96001653143
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: Dec 1995
Subject:
22 NUCLEAR REACTOR TECHNOLOGY; 21 NUCLEAR POWER REACTORS AND ASSOCIATED PLANTS; REACTORS; MAN-MACHINE SYSTEMS; DESIGN; HUMAN FACTORS; LICENSING; REACTOR CONTROL SYSTEMS; REACTOR INSTRUMENTATION
OSTI ID:
281013
Research Organizations:
Korea Atomic Energy Research Inst., Daeduk (Korea, Republic of)
Country of Origin:
Korea, Republic of
Language:
Korean
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE96634405; TRN: KR9600051062942
Availability:
INIS; OSTI as DE96634405
Submitting Site:
KRN
Size:
124 p.
Announcement Date:

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Park, Jong Kyun, Ku, In Su, Heo, Seop, Jeong, Chel Hwan, Lee, Hyun Chol, Park, Hui Yun, Lee, Chol Gwon, So, Yong Suk, Kim, Dong Hun, Jang, Gwi Sook, Lee, Ki Yonug, Lee, Jun, and Kim, Young In. Development of MMIS design concepts for the KNGR. Korea, Republic of: N. p., 1995. Web.
Park, Jong Kyun, Ku, In Su, Heo, Seop, Jeong, Chel Hwan, Lee, Hyun Chol, Park, Hui Yun, Lee, Chol Gwon, So, Yong Suk, Kim, Dong Hun, Jang, Gwi Sook, Lee, Ki Yonug, Lee, Jun, & Kim, Young In. Development of MMIS design concepts for the KNGR. Korea, Republic of.
Park, Jong Kyun, Ku, In Su, Heo, Seop, Jeong, Chel Hwan, Lee, Hyun Chol, Park, Hui Yun, Lee, Chol Gwon, So, Yong Suk, Kim, Dong Hun, Jang, Gwi Sook, Lee, Ki Yonug, Lee, Jun, and Kim, Young In. 1995. "Development of MMIS design concepts for the KNGR." Korea, Republic of.
@misc{etde_281013,
title = {Development of MMIS design concepts for the KNGR}
author = {Park, Jong Kyun, Ku, In Su, Heo, Seop, Jeong, Chel Hwan, Lee, Hyun Chol, Park, Hui Yun, Lee, Chol Gwon, So, Yong Suk, Kim, Dong Hun, Jang, Gwi Sook, Lee, Ki Yonug, Lee, Jun, and Kim, Young In}
abstractNote = {The design goals of MMIS for the next generation nuclear power plant are to improve plant safety and the cost effectiveness of nuclear power plants, and to meet with regulatory requirements. For the optimized design of MMIS, conceptual design bases are required for the optimization of MMIS design to establish the design concepts for NGR MMIS. The conceptual design bases are also required for performing the basic design, and verifying the design. The objectives of this study are establishment of MMIS design bases and the development of next generation MMIS configuration concepts. The MMIS design bases for by adopting MMIS requirements developed in the previous study on next generation reactor evaluation techniques and advanced MMIS technologies. The next generation MMIS design requirements are to be developed based on the device obsolescence problems by applying modern digital technology. This report describes the design concepts for the next generation MMIS. In order to develop the design concepts, new technologies were analyzed, and the characteristics of new advanced MMIS designs were reviewed. In addition, reviewing the advanced design features (ADF) resulted from the 3 rd stage of standardization project, the strategy for the application of the results from these activities are prepared. This report includes the comparison results of the design characteristics of next generation MMIS with those of existing plants, YGN 3 and 4, UCN 3 and 4, and NUPLEX 80+. This report also describes the conceptual MMIS configuration of next generation control room, based on the results from the comparison. The results of this study will be an input for the detailed design guidelines and a regulatory requirements review report for the next generation MMIS design, and provide basis for the basis and detailed design of MMI and I and C for main control room. 1 fig., 1 tab., 46 refs. (Author) .new.}
place = {Korea, Republic of}
year = {1995}
month = {Dec}
}