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Licensing system for primary category radioactive installations; Sistema de licenciamiento de instalciones radiactivas de primera categoria

Abstract

The development of a licensing system for primary category radioactive installations is described, which aims to satisfy the needs of the Chilean Nuclear Energy Commission`s Department of Nuclear and Radiological Safety, particularly the sections for Licensing Outside Radioactive Installations and Safety Control. This system involves the identification, control and inspection of the installations, their personnel and connected activities, for the purpose of protecting the population`s health and the environment. Following the basic cycle methodology, a systems analysis and engineering stage was prepared, establishing the functions of the system`s elements and defining the requirements, based on interviews with the users. This stage was followed by the design stage, focusing on the data structure, the software architecture and the procedural detail. The codification stage followed, which translated the design into legible machine-readable format. In the testing stage, the entries that were defined were proven to produce the expected data. Finally and operational and maintenance stage was developed, when the system was installed and put to use. All the above generated a useful system for the Licensing section of the Department of Nuclear and Radiological Safety, since it provides faster and easier access to information. A project is described that introduces new development  More>>
Publication Date:
Dec 31, 1997
Product Type:
Miscellaneous
Report Number:
INIS-CL-013
Reference Number:
SCA: 210700; 990301; PA: AIX-30:014962; EDB-99:035106; SN: 99002076046
Resource Relation:
Other Information: DN: Dissertation to obtain the degree of Computing and Informatics Engineer; 10 refs., 48 figs., 34 tabs.; PBD: 1997
Subject:
21 NUCLEAR POWER REACTORS AND ASSOCIATED PLANTS; 99 MATHEMATICS, COMPUTERS, INFORMATION SCIENCE, MANAGEMENT, LAW, MISCELLANEOUS; COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE; DATA ANALYSIS; DATA BASE MANAGEMENT; DATA PROCESSING; INSPECTION; LICENSING; LICENSING PROCEDURES; NUCLEAR FACILITIES
OSTI ID:
326066
Research Organizations:
Universidad de Santiago de Chile (Chile). Facultad de Ingenieria
Country of Origin:
Chile
Language:
Spanish
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE99618433; TRN: CL9900179014962
Availability:
INIS; OSTI as DE99618433
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
134 p.
Announcement Date:
Apr 12, 1999

Citation Formats

Ramirez Riquelme, Angelica Beatriz. Licensing system for primary category radioactive installations; Sistema de licenciamiento de instalciones radiactivas de primera categoria. Chile: N. p., 1997. Web.
Ramirez Riquelme, Angelica Beatriz. Licensing system for primary category radioactive installations; Sistema de licenciamiento de instalciones radiactivas de primera categoria. Chile.
Ramirez Riquelme, Angelica Beatriz. 1997. "Licensing system for primary category radioactive installations; Sistema de licenciamiento de instalciones radiactivas de primera categoria." Chile.
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title = {Licensing system for primary category radioactive installations; Sistema de licenciamiento de instalciones radiactivas de primera categoria}
author = {Ramirez Riquelme, Angelica Beatriz}
abstractNote = {The development of a licensing system for primary category radioactive installations is described, which aims to satisfy the needs of the Chilean Nuclear Energy Commission`s Department of Nuclear and Radiological Safety, particularly the sections for Licensing Outside Radioactive Installations and Safety Control. This system involves the identification, control and inspection of the installations, their personnel and connected activities, for the purpose of protecting the population`s health and the environment. Following the basic cycle methodology, a systems analysis and engineering stage was prepared, establishing the functions of the system`s elements and defining the requirements, based on interviews with the users. This stage was followed by the design stage, focusing on the data structure, the software architecture and the procedural detail. The codification stage followed, which translated the design into legible machine-readable format. In the testing stage, the entries that were defined were proven to produce the expected data. Finally and operational and maintenance stage was developed, when the system was installed and put to use. All the above generated a useful system for the Licensing section of the Department of Nuclear and Radiological Safety, since it provides faster and easier access to information. A project is described that introduces new development tools in the Computer department following standards established by the C.CH.E.N. (author) Dissertation to obtain the degree of Computing and Informatics Engineer; 10 refs., 48 figs., 34 tabs.}
place = {Chile}
year = {1997}
month = {Dec}
}