Nuclear plant monitoring

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  • In real-time applications, the timing requirements a re the main c onstraints a nd their mastering is the predominant factor for a ssessing the quality of service. Timing con-straints span many application a reas, suc h a s industrial plant automation, embedded systems, vehicle control, nuclear plant monitoring, scientific e xperiment guidance, robotics, multimedia audio a nd video str eam conditioning, surgical operation moni-toring, and stock exchange orders follow-up.

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  • Soft sensors are a valuable tool in many different industrial fields of application, including refineries, chemical plants, cement kilns, power plants, pulp and paper industry, food processing, nuclear plants, urban and industrial pollution monitoring, just to give a few examples.

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  • Real-Time Applications Real-time applications issues In real-time applications, the timing requirements are the main constraints and their mastering is the predominant factor for assessing the quality of service. Timing constraints span many application areas, such as industrial plant automation, embedded systems, vehicle control, nuclear plant monitoring, scientific experiment guidance, robotics, multimedia audio and video stream conditioning, surgical operation monitoring, and stock exchange orders follow-up....

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  • This design change can improve the ability of the operators and personnel to respond to an emergency situation by using important equipment for a safe shutdown. IEEE 802.11 smartphones (Wi-Fi standard), Internet Protocol (IP) phones, personal digital assistant (PDA) for field work, notebooks used with web cameras, and remote site monitoring tablet PCs for on-site testing may be considered as wireless devices that can be used in domestic operating NPPs.

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  • The residents around the RIPF assume that 131I detected in environmental samples is produced from RIPF. To ensure the safety of the residents, the radioactive concentration of 131I near the RIPF was investigated by monitoring environmental samples along the Gap River. The selected geographical places are near the nuclear installation, another possible location for 131I detection, and downstream of the Gap River.

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  • In this paper, new tethered aerial robots including roaming tethered aerial robots (RTARs) for radioactive material sampling and stationary tethered aerial robots (STARs) for environment monitoring are proposed to meet extremely-long-endurance missions of nuclear power plants. The flight of the proposed tethered aerial robots may last for a few days or even a few months as long as the tethered cable provides continuous power.

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  • Pipe wall thinning in the secondary piping system of a nuclear power plant is currently a major problem that typically affects the safety and reliability of the nuclear power plant directly. Regular in-service inspections are carried out to manage the piping system only during the overhaul. Online thickness monitoring is necessary to avoid abrupt breakage due to wall thinning.

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  • This paper introduces the development of a transient monitoring system to detect the early stage of a transient, to identify the type of the transient scenario, and to inform an operator with the remaining time to turbine trip when there is no operator's relevant control. This study focused on the transients originating from a secondary system in nuclear power plants (NPPs), because the secondary system was recognized to be a more dominant factor to make unplanned turbine-generator trips which can ultimately result in reactor trips.

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  • This study proposes to conduct uncertainty analysis of CDR for core damage assessment. First, based on source term estimation, the Monte Carlo (MC) and point-kernel integration methods were used to estimate the probability density function of the CDR under different extents of core damage in accident scenarios with late containment failure. Second, the results were verified by comparing the results of both methods.

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  • The advancements of the research on Mobile Robots with high degree of autonomy is possible, on one hand, due to its broad perspective of applications and, on other hand, due to the development and reduction of costs on computer, electronic and mechanic systems. Together with the research in Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, this scenario currently enables the proposition of ambitious and complex robotic projects.

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