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Developments of STR project in the scope of teleoperation handling robotic for the operation in Spanish nuclear facilities; Desarrollos del proyecto SRT en el area de manipulacion robotica teleoperada para la operacion de las instalaciones nucleares espanolas

Abstract

The main objective of the Teleoperated Robotic Systems project (SRT) is the development of teleoperated robotic systems for use in the inspection, surveillance and maintenance operations in nuclear and radioactive installations. These systems make possible the reduction of the individual and collective doses of the workers that undertake these operations, as well as an increase of plant availability as it is possible to carry out specific tasks of inspection and surveillance in high radiation dose areas without having to reduce the power of the installation. This project started in 1995, deciding to priorize the inspection equipment in a first phase. When this work were advanced, the development of the manipulation activities was carried out to being consider the nuclear installations needs. As a result of this work, the manipulation requirements were elaborated in order to prepare the beginning technical specifications to design the equipment s. These developments are based on a fixed manipulator which is located closed to the equipment that we want to repair, and an arm manipulator which moves by caterpillars, it is easier to control than others; and the navigation system which allows the robot self-locating in the complex area. In this paper the conclusions about the  More>>
Authors:
Bielza, M; [1]  Gomez Santamaria, J; [2]  Izquierdo, J A; [3]  Martinez, S; [4]  Linares, F; [5]  Avello, A; [6]  Gago, M J [7] 
  1. ENDESA (Spain)
  2. IBERDROLA (Spain)
  3. C.N. COFRENTES (Spain)
  4. C.N. ASCO (Spain)
  5. ENSA (Spain)
  6. CEIT (Spain)
  7. IBRINCO (Spain)
Publication Date:
Dec 01, 1998
Product Type:
Book
Reference Number:
SCA: 220400; PA: SPN-98:0B0620; EDB-99:001173; SN: 98002040094
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: 1998; Related Information: Is Part Of 24 Annual meeting of the Spanish Nuclear Society, Valladolid 14-16 October 1998; PB: 1977 p.; 24 Reunion anual de la Sociedad Nuclear Espanola, Valladolid 14-16 Octubre 1998
Subject:
22 NUCLEAR REACTOR TECHNOLOGY; NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS; REMOTE SENSING; MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT; RADIATION DOSES; IN-SERVICE INSPECTION; REACTOR MAINTENANCE
OSTI ID:
676673
Country of Origin:
Spain
Language:
Spanish
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: ES98B0620
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
pp. 42-50
Announcement Date:

Citation Formats

Bielza, M, Gomez Santamaria, J, Izquierdo, J A, Martinez, S, Linares, F, Avello, A, and Gago, M J. Developments of STR project in the scope of teleoperation handling robotic for the operation in Spanish nuclear facilities; Desarrollos del proyecto SRT en el area de manipulacion robotica teleoperada para la operacion de las instalaciones nucleares espanolas. Spain: N. p., 1998. Web.
Bielza, M, Gomez Santamaria, J, Izquierdo, J A, Martinez, S, Linares, F, Avello, A, & Gago, M J. Developments of STR project in the scope of teleoperation handling robotic for the operation in Spanish nuclear facilities; Desarrollos del proyecto SRT en el area de manipulacion robotica teleoperada para la operacion de las instalaciones nucleares espanolas. Spain.
Bielza, M, Gomez Santamaria, J, Izquierdo, J A, Martinez, S, Linares, F, Avello, A, and Gago, M J. 1998. "Developments of STR project in the scope of teleoperation handling robotic for the operation in Spanish nuclear facilities; Desarrollos del proyecto SRT en el area de manipulacion robotica teleoperada para la operacion de las instalaciones nucleares espanolas." Spain.
@misc{etde_676673,
title = {Developments of STR project in the scope of teleoperation handling robotic for the operation in Spanish nuclear facilities; Desarrollos del proyecto SRT en el area de manipulacion robotica teleoperada para la operacion de las instalaciones nucleares espanolas}
author = {Bielza, M, Gomez Santamaria, J, Izquierdo, J A, Martinez, S, Linares, F, Avello, A, and Gago, M J}
abstractNote = {The main objective of the Teleoperated Robotic Systems project (SRT) is the development of teleoperated robotic systems for use in the inspection, surveillance and maintenance operations in nuclear and radioactive installations. These systems make possible the reduction of the individual and collective doses of the workers that undertake these operations, as well as an increase of plant availability as it is possible to carry out specific tasks of inspection and surveillance in high radiation dose areas without having to reduce the power of the installation. This project started in 1995, deciding to priorize the inspection equipment in a first phase. When this work were advanced, the development of the manipulation activities was carried out to being consider the nuclear installations needs. As a result of this work, the manipulation requirements were elaborated in order to prepare the beginning technical specifications to design the equipment s. These developments are based on a fixed manipulator which is located closed to the equipment that we want to repair, and an arm manipulator which moves by caterpillars, it is easier to control than others; and the navigation system which allows the robot self-locating in the complex area. In this paper the conclusions about the manipulation requirements are described, as well as the state of the manipulation prototype. (Author)}
place = {Spain}
year = {1998}
month = {Dec}
}