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PECO ENERGY CO., (FORMERLY PHILADELPHIA ELECTRIC
Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation
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Limerick Generating Station, Units 1 &2 Responses to Procedureh and Test Review Branch Draft Safety Evaluation Report (DSER)
A. Schwencer to E. G. Bauer, Jr., letter dated March 11, 1983 File: GOVT 1-1 (NRC)
Dear Mr. Schwencer:
The attached documents address the following Procedures and Test Review Branch (PTRB) Draf t Safety Evaluation Report open items.
- 1. The draft response to TMI item I.C.1 addresses PTRB open items 3 and 5 of the " Operating and Maintenance Procedures and ATWS", Section I, and appears in
! the May revision of the FSAR.
I Please note that PTRB open item 4 of Section I was responded to in a V. S. Boyer to D. B. Eisenhut letter
- dated April 15, 1983. A copy of this letter is attached for your use.
- 2. The draf t FSAR page change addresses " Test Review
Section II, item 7, Preoperational Test P-100.1 (Loss of Off Site Power Test) and will be incorporated into the FSAR revision scheduled for June, 1983.
Item 8 of Section II was closed in a PECO/NRC conferer.ce call dated April 21, 1983.
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cc: Judge Lawrence Brenner (w/o enclosure)
Judge Richard F. Cole n n
Judge Peter A. Morris ei Troy B. Conner, Jr., Esq.
Ann P. Hodgdon ,,
n Mr. Frank R. Romano o Mr. Robert L. Anthony n Mr.-Marvin I. Lewis n Judith A. Dorsey, Esq. n Charles W. Elliott, Esq. n Jacqueline I. Ruttenberg "
Thomas Y. Au, Esq. "
Mr. Thomas Gerusky n Director, Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency Steven P. Hershey n James F. Neill, Esq. i.
Donald S. Bronstein, Esq. ,,
Mr. Joseph H. White, III n David Wersan Esq.
1 Robert J. Su, garman, .Esq. ,,
Martha W. Bush, Esq. ,,
Atomic Safety and Licensing Appeal Board ,,
Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Panel ,,
Docket and Service Section ,,
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a Emergency operating procedures have been developed from the BWR Owners Group Emergency Procedure Guidelines (EPGs), Revision 2, which have been reviewed and approved by the NRC. The development of the EPGs was based on reanalysis of transients and accidents and inadequate core cooling.
The licensed operator training program includes training on the emergency operating procedures.
Additional information has been provided in a letter from V. S. Boyer to D. G. Eisenhut dated April 15, 1983.
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Limerick Generating Station, Units 1 & 2 Docket Nos. 50-352 & 50-353
Supplement 1 to NUREG-0737 Requirements for Emergency Response Capability Generic Letter No. 82-33
Dear Mr. Eisenhut:
Following are our responses to the five initiatives required to be addressed by the referenced generic letter:
SECTION 4 OF SUPPLEMEh'r 1 TO NUREG-0737 CURRENT STATUS:
The Limerick Design includes an Emergency Response Facility Data System (ERFDS) . This system is based on the General l Electric Emergency Response Information System. The SPDS at Limerick will be a part of this ERFDS.
Tne hardware design is essentially complete with installation
! scheduled to begin in April, 1983. The software effort is l proceeding on schedule to support system check out in August, i 1983. It is expected that the system will be operational by fuel load.
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The parameters included in the SPDS display are based on the entry conditions for the Limerick symptom-based emergency procedures. As changes and improvements are made to the reactor pressure vessel control and containment control procedures, the system can be modified to reflect these changes. The SPDS parameters are a subset of the parameters available in the ERFDS data base, which is based on the Reg.
. Guide 1.97 Rev. 2 BWR parameter list.
A written safety analysis describing the basis on which the selected parameters are sufficient to assess the safety status of each identified function for a wide range of events will be available by August 1983.
INTEGRATION OF SPDS WITH OTHER INITIATIVES:
! the final steps in integrating all of the control room modif-
- ications (i.e. Reg. Guide 1.97, SPDS, Emergency Operating i Procedures), an emergency procedure walk through is scheduled as part of the control room review.
- 2. DETAILED CONTROL ROOM DESIGN REVIEW (CRDR)
SECTION 5 OF SUPPLEMENT 1 TO NUREG-0737 l CURRENT STATUS:
I The CRDR effort directed by Item I.D.I and required by l Supplement 1 to NUREG-0737 began in 1980 with PECo's partici-
! pation in the Boiling Water Reactor Owners Group (BWROG) CRDR Subcommittee. The subcommittee produced a BWROG Generic CRDR Program which addresses Item 5.1.b of Supplement 1. This Generic Program was submitted to the NRC for review in August, 1981. The review and subsequent discussions between the NRC and reprenentatives of the subcommittee have resulted in a supplement to the review program.
J l A preliminary review of the Limerick control room was con-ducted using the original design review program in October, 1981. At that time, the Limerick control room was still in the construction phase and the formal Limerick unique Emergency Procedures were not available for the walk through.
re PECo is currently developing a program to address the Assessment, Implementation and Verification phases of the Limerick Control Room Design Review Program.
BASIC REQUIREMENTS COMPLETION DATES:
(Numbering refers to corresponding portions Section S of Supplement 1) 5.1.a) As was the case during the initial review phase, a person competent in human factors engineering as well as persons competent in system design and sys-tem operation will be included in the assessment phase of the Program. This assessment will be ccm-pleted by January, 1984.
5.1.b) A preliminary review of the control room has been completed as discussed in current status above.
Completion of the review to address the supplemen-tal check list, those items not included in the preliminary review due to contruction status, and the Emergency Proceudre Walk-through is scheduled for October, 1983. This date is contingent on NRC concurrence with the review approach used in the BWROG-CRDR program 5.1.c) Assessment of the Human Engineering Discrepancies (HED 's) will be completed by January, 1984.
5.1.d) Proposed improvements will be reviewed by the multi-disciplinary task force described in 5.1.a to assure the proposed change addresses the identified i
HED and does not create additional HED's. All changes will be integrated with other control room modifications. This will be completed by February, 1984.
5.2.a) The program plan for completing the Control Room Design Review is outlined belows
- i. Complete the Generic review program including the supplemental review l and the emergency procedure walk-through.
ii. Assess the identified HED's and gen-i erate recommendations for modifica-l tions to those HED's that warrant a
iii. Each of the proposed modifications will be reviewed to verify that it corrects the HED it was intended to l correct and does not create any new unacceptable HED's. The modifica-tions will be coordinated with the balance of the NUREG-0737 Supplement 1 initiatives.
iv. A summary report will be prepared to document the program actions and recommendations. It will also con-tain a schedule for modifications to correct the HED's.
5.2.b) A summary report will be prepared and submitted May, 1984. This will include proposed modifications and the proposed schedule. Any human factors enhancements (paint-tape-label) will be completed prior to fuel load. The modifications that require hardware changes will be scheduled according to equipment availa-bility and start up schedule. They may be deferred until the first refueling outage.
- 3. REGULATORY GUIDE 1.97 - APPLICATION TO EMERGENCY RESPONSE FACILITIES
SECTION 6 OF SUPPLEMENT 1 TO NUREG-0737 CONTROL ROOM:
The Limerick control room has been reviewed against the recommendations of Reg. Guide 1.97, Rev. 2. This review has resulted in some modification to the plant instrumentation system. The resulting design and compliance with the provi-sions of the Reg. Guide are presented in the Limerick FSAR, Section 7.5. In those instances where the Limerick design does not comply with the Regulatory Guide, a detailed justif-ication is provided on a case by case basis. The design, as described in FSAR Section 7.5, will be installed prior to fuel load.
In the case of " Neutron flux", the neutron monitoring system does not meet the qualification requirements for category 2.
PECo is currently working with a vendor of neutron monitoring
equipment to develop an ex-core neutron detection system for BWR's. When this system or other systems are fully developed, an evaluation will be performed. If a change is warranted, a schedule for implementation will be proposed.
TECHNICAL SUPPORT CENTER- (TSC):
All of the Regulatory Guide 1.97, Rev. 2 parameters described in Limerick FSAR Section 7.5 will be available for display in the TSC on either the Emergency Response Facility Data System (ERFDS) or the Radiation Meteorological Monitoring System (RMMS) . These systems are scheduled to be in place and oper-ating prior to fuel load.
EMERGENCY OPER1,TIONS FACILITY (BOF):
DOCUMENTATION AND NRC REVIEW:
- 4. UPGRADE EMERGENCY OPERATING PROCEDURES (EOP'S) l
SECTION 7 OF SUPPLEMENT 1 TO NUREG-0737 i
! The Limerick TRIP Procedures are presently written to revi-sion 2 of the BWR Owners' Group Emergency Procedures Guidelines (EPG's). The staff approved revision 2 of these EPG's via letter from D. G. Eisenhut to all BWR Licensees of Operating Reactors dated February 8, 1982.
l The Licensed Operator Training Program at the Limerick simu-l lator has used the TRIP procedures since March, 1982, prior
! to the NUREG-0737 Supplement 1 requirement for a procedures generation package. The following information is responsive l
to the requested contents of the procedures generation j package:
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I I. Verified plant-specific data (setpoints, limits, t
curves, etc.) will be incorporated into the TRIP procedures and into the training program at least 9 months prior to fuel load (December , 1983) .
II. An administrative procedure will be developed to provide guidance for writing new TRIP procedures and for revising existing TRIP procedures. This administrative procedure will be available for review by November, 1983.
III. The adequacy of existing TRIP procedures, as well as future revisions to those procedures and new procedures, is demonstrated in the following manner. A review is performed to assure that there is correspondence between the procedures and the control room hardware. Further assurance is ob-tained by exercising the procedures on the Limerick
IV. The licensed operator training program for Limerick has been in operation since December, 1979. As noted above, the TRIP procedures have been a part of that program since March, 1982.
- 5. EMERGENCY RESPONSE FACILITIES (ERF'S)
The Emergency Operations Facility (EOF) is located in an ex-isting structure approximately 17 miles from the Limerick site. The BOF will meet all of the technical requirements of
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We will be pleased to review the information provided above with the NRC project manager for Limerick.
Very truly yours, TJR/ cam -
Copy to: See attached service list l
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cc: Judge Lawrence Brenner Judge Richard F. Cole Judge Peter A.. Morris Troy B. Conner, Jr., Esq.
Ann P. Hodgdon Mr. Frank R. Rosnano Mr. Robert L. Anthony Mr. Marvin I. Lewis ,
Judith A. Dorsey, Esq.
Claurles W. Elliott, Esq.
Mr. Alan J. Nogee Thomas Y. Au, Esq.
Mr. Tirnous Cerusky Director, Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency
- 1.ven P. liershey Jatues F. Neill, Esq.
Donald S. Bronstein, Esq.
Mr. Joseph 1-1. White, III Wailer W. Colien , Esq.
Robert J. Sugarman, Esq.
Rodney D. Johnson A t omi.c Safety and Licensing Appeal liua rd ALuinic Safety and Licensing Board Panel Docket and Service Section bec: V. S. Boyer J. S. KeTer E. C. Kistner /J. L. Allen R. A. Mulford R. H. Iogue J. L. Phillabaum (2)
R. E. Martin, NRC H. G. DeVoss (GE)
W. C. PtDaniel (Bechtel)
M. J. Cooney G. M. Initch E. F. Sproat G. T. Brecht, Jr.
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- c. Seismic triggers operate properly. l
- d. Magnetic tape playback system operates properly. l
- e. Response spectrum analyzer operates properly. l
- f. System alarms operate. properly. l (P-99.3) Public Address and Evacuation System l Test Obiective - The test objective is to demonstrate the ability of the public address and plant maintenance / test jack systems to transmit voice communication and the plant evacuation alarm and river warning systems to broadcast various alarms and prerecorded messages to selected areas.
Prerequisites - To the extent necessary to perform this test, construction is completed, and equipment is operational.
Test Method - Each public address station is operated in both the page and party line modes. Station-to-station voice transmittals are made from each station in the plant maintenance / test jack system. Evacuation alarm and river warning signals are simulated, and system operation is verified.
Acceptance Criteria l
- a. The public address system is operable from all stations in
, the page and party line modes,
- b. All public address speakers operate properly. l
- c. The plant maintenance / test jack system operates properly. l
- d. The evacuation alarm system operates properly. l
- e. The river warning system operates properly. l
- f. The evacuation alarm system auto transfer power switch j operates properly.
(P-100.1) Loss of Offsite Power Test Test Obiective - The test objective is to demonstrate that the plant systems are capable of operating as expseted on an Rev. 10, 09/82
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Prereouisites - Selected preoperational tests are performed prior to or concurrent with operation of equipment for the cold functional test.
Test Method - Plant operating procedures are utilized, to the extent practicable, to place plant systems in service on an integrated basis for normal, surveillance, and emergency modes.
The standby diesel generators are operated in all possible combinations, in response to simulated loss of power, and loss-of-coolant accident conditions.
Equipment parameters are allowed to stabilize for each operational combination, and any abnormal conditions are
. investigated. Equipment not under test is monitored to verify the absence of voltage.
Acceptance Criteria -
- a. Integrated system performance, to the extent possible during the test, is satisfactory.
- b. System electrical and mechanical is satisfactory l jb (P-100.2) Loss of Instrument Air l Ntif f d. Test Obiective - The test objective is to demonstrate the design response to a loss-of-instrument-air accident of components supplied by the system. ,
Prereouisites - To the extent necessary to perform this test, construction is completed, and instrumentation and controls are operable and calibrated. Cooling water is available to meet the requirements of the system. There are no essential plant systems operating that will be affected by performance of this test.
Test Method - The system is placed in operation, and components to be tested are placed in a position other than the failed position. Instrument air is shut off in a manner that would simulate an instrument air pipe break and the loss of instrument ,
air by moisture freezing and plugging the main supply line.
Movements of the affected components and adequacy of feeders to
share the decaying air supply are verified. The test is rerun with the components in their normal operating position.
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p91 u ,9:=s u f D- d^i!) E Testing during the Loss of offsite Power Test or prerequisite tests will be performed using maximum attainable loads (given If full equipmentload operating restrictions) conditions are notduring the test. recorded currents and attained, accident voltages will be extrapolated and compared with design conditions. Testing during the Loss of offsite Power Test will be conducted using only 1 source of power to each bus.
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