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75-INSAG-5, IAEA, Vienna (1992). [II] INTERNATIONAL NUCLEAR SAFETY ADVISORY GROUP, Safety Culture, Safety Series No. 75-INSAG-4, IAEA, Vienna (1991). NEXT left • 51 CONTRIBUTORS TO DRAFTING AND REVIEW Ageev, A. R. National Atomic Energy Agency, Indonesia Aritomi, M. Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan Astakhov, V. P. Electricité de France/Septen, France de Beukelaer, J. Department Nucléaire de Tractabel, Belgium Brocko, P. Th. V. KEMA, Netherlands Ferreli, A. Agenzia Nazionale per la Protezione dell'Ambiente, Italy Frescura, G.
The French-German safety approach for this evolutionary PWR started in 1992. The safety concept for the EPR contains safety objectives and general principles. The most important objectives are: 1. 2. 3. A further reduction of the core melt frequency. The "practical elimination" of accident situations which could lead to large early releases of radioactive material. For low pressure core melt scenarios the design has to be such that the associated maximum conceivable releases would necessitate only very limited protective measure in area and time (no permanent relocation, no need for emergency evacuation outside the immediate vicinity of the plant, limited sheltering, no long-term restrictions in consumption of food).
37 1. Country: JAPAN (contributed by M. Aritomi, Tokyo Institute of Technology, and K. Matsushita, Nuclear Power Engineering Corporation) 2. NPPs in operation and under construction: 48 nuclear power plants are in operation 4 light water reactors are under construction 3. Industry and/or regulatory standards: The current plants have been designed and licensed on the basis of Japanese regulatory standards, codes and guidelines, which are basically harmonized internationally. Since the requirements for future LWRs seem to be different between the regulatory side and the utility side, they are being discussed now, respectively.
Approaches to the Safety of Future Nuclear Powerplants (IAEA TECDOC-905)