Tag Archives: Probabilistic Risk Assessment
This report provides a framework for using risk insights to support an integrated risk-informed decision-making process at nuclear plants.
Insights on Risk Margins at Nuclear Power Plants: A Technical Evaluation of Margins in Relation to Quantitative Health Objectives and Subsidiary Risk Goals in the United States
Drawing from the most current information on the progression of severe accidents at nuclear plants and the risks they pose to the public, this study examines how risk characterizations compare to quantitative safety goals.
Investigation into the Use of Three-Dimensional Modeling Techniques to Assess Internal Flooding Scenarios
This study compared current one-dimensional techniques for analyzing internal flooding in nuclear plants with a three-dimensional method. The flooding scenario, based on an actual nuclear plant, involved flooding in one room, spreading to a stairway and into another room. The research investigated the impact of different locations of the flooding source, combinations of 1-D and […]