Welcome to www.kanterella.com Wiki site! The goal of this site is to apply semantic elements to Nuclear information.
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An Adams import was set up so that new correspondence will be imported periodically. If we can add context then we could better organize the letters into relevant groups. Ie groups around project codes.
Plants undergo inspections by the NRC. A series of pages have been uploaded representing the findings that resulted from those inspections. This is a good data set because it helps show a practical interpretation of regulation. In other words, who knows what it really means but this is how it was done wrong.
One of the bigger events for a plant is a Scram. The occurrence of which are reported to the NRC via the ENS system. By extracting that information you can get lists of data. Please see the main page Scram.
Recently Mapping has been incorporated to the wiki. Mostly its about plant locations and can show corporate owner icons. It is feasible to overlay a set of data with locations (ie you can see where ENS occurred on a Map).
First successfully integrated database is the Emergency Notification System. It is a database which holds all the short-term notifications made by nuclear power plants (10 CFR 50.72). If you visit the Emergency Notification System you can see how digitizing the ENS can lead to a variety of customized reports and notifications.
Since Yesterday: 06-23-2019
|ENS 54130||FitzPatrick||During a review of industry Operating Experience it was identified that there were unprotected DC control circuits for
non safety-related DC motors which are routed from the Battery Charger Rooms to other separate fire areas. Circuit Breakers used to protect the motor power conductors appear to be inadequate to protect the control conductors. The concern is that under fire safe shutdown conditions, it is postulated that a fire in one area can cause short circuits potentially resulting in secondary fires or cable fires in other fire areas where the cables are routed. The secondary fires or cable failures are outside the assumptions of the 10 CFR 50 Appendix R Safe Shutdown Analysis. This condition is reportable as an 8-hour ENS report in accordance with 10 CFR 50.72(b)(3)(ii)(B) as an unanalyzed condition. Requirements of the Technical Requirements Manual (TRM) for the affected fire areas will be implemented."The licensee has notified the NRC resident inspector.