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Design and construction of nuclear power plants

Author: Rüdiger Meiswinkel; Julian Meyer; Jürgen Reiner Schnell
Publisher: Berlin, Germany : Wilhelm Ernst & Sohn, Verlag für Architektur und technische Wissenschaften GmbH & Co. KG, 2013. ©2013
Series: Beton-Kalender series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rüdiger Meiswinkel; Julian Meyer; Jürgen Reiner Schnell
ISBN: 9783433030424 3433030421
OCLC Number: 854908417
Description: xi, 136 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Table of Contents --
Editorial IX --
Preface XI --
1 Introduction 1 :1.1 The demand for energy 1 ;1.2 Electricity generation 1 ;1.3 Importance of nuclear energy 3 --
2 Nuclear energy 5 :2.1 Generating electricity by nuclear power plants 5 ;2.2 Nuclear fission 5 ;2.3 Radioactivity 7 ;2.4 Reactor designs. 9 ;2.4.1 Overview 9 ;2.4.2 Light water reactors 11 ;2.5 Safety philosophy 16 --
3 Approval aspects 23 :3.1 Atomic energy and construction law 23 ;3.2 Interface between plant and structural engineering 23 ;3.3 Periodical safety reviews 24 ;3.4 Planning and design requirements 24 ;3.4.1 IAEA Rules 24 ;3.4.2 European catalogue of requirements 25 ;3.4.3 Safety standards of nuclear safety commission 25 ;3.4.4 DIN Codes 26 --
4 Building structures for nuclear plants 27 :4.1 General notes 27 ;4.2 Nuclear power plants 27 ;4.2.1 Building structure classification system 27 ;4.2.2 Materials 31 ;4.2.2.1 General notes 31 ;4.2.2.2 Concrete 31 ; 4.2.2.3 Reinforcing steel 33 ;4.2.2.4 Pre-stressing steel 33 ;4.2.3 Reactor building 33 ;4.2.4 Turbine building 36 ;4.2.5 Cooling water supply 37 ;4.2.6 Flood protection structures 37 ;4.2.7 Foundations 38 ;4.2.7.1 Raft foundations 38 ;4.2.7.2 Pile foundations 39 ;4.2.8 Physical protection requirements of building structures 39 ;4.3 Disposal structures 40 ;4.3.1 Disposal requirements 40 ;4.3.2 Interim storage 40 ;4.3.2.1 Safety requirements 43 ;4.3.2.2 Design criteria 43 ;4.3.2.3 Building design 44 ;4.3.3 Final storage 45 ;4.4 Building execution 47 ;4.4.1 Site installations 47 ;4.4.2 Project organisation 48 ;4.4.3 Quality assurance 51 ;4.4.4 Formwork and scaffolding 51 ;4.4.5 Other particular construction features 53 ;4.4.5.1 Reactor building --
containment 53 ;4.4.5.2 Embedded parts 55 ;4.5 Dismantling 56 ;4.5.1 Legal foundations and rules 57 ;4.5.2 Decommissioning strategies 57 ;4.5.3 Dismantling phases 58 ;4.5.4 Individual structural measures involved in dismantling 60 ;4.5.5 Structural demolition technologies 60 --
5 Extraordinary actions involved when designing nuclear installations 63 :5.1 Overview 63 ;5.2 Internal factors 63 ;5.2.1 Leaks and ruptures of pipes 63 ;5.2.2 Other internal installation events 65 ;5.3 External actions 65 ;5.3.1 Earthquakes 65 ;5.3.1.1 General notes 65 ;5.3.1.2 Defining seismic actions 67 ;5.3.1.3 Structural analysis 68 ;5.3.2 Floods 72 ;5.3.2.1 General notes 72 ;5.3.2.2 Inland sites 72 ;5.3.2.3 Coastal sites 72 ;5.3.3 Airplane crash 73 ;5.3.3.1 General notes 73 ;5.3.3.2 Load over time functions 74 ;5.3.4 Explosion pressure wave (chemical explosion) 75 --
6 Safety concept and design 77 ;6.1 Underlying standards 77 ;6.2 Partial safety concept 77 ;6.2.1 General notes 77 ;6.2.2 Partial safety factors and combination factors for actions 78 ;6.2.3 Partial safety factors for structural resistance 78 ;6.3 Design instructions for concrete, reinforced and pre-stressed concrete structures 81 ;6.3.1 Strength parameters 81 ;6.3.2 Shear force 81 ;6.3.3 Punching shear 82 ;6.4 Design instructions for steel components. 84 ;6.5 Particularities of containment design 85 ;6.5.1 Requirements of containments 85 ;6.5.2 Reactor containment of steel 86 ;6.5.3 Pre-stressed concrete containments with steel liners 86 ;6.5.4 Reinforced concrete containments with steel liners 87 --
7 Fastening systems 89 :7.1 Fastening types 89 ;7.1.1 Cast-in fastenings 89 ;7.1.2 Post-mounted fastenings 90 ;7.1.3 Load-bearing capacity 90 ;7.2 Fastening with headed studs 90 ;7.2.1 History 90 ;7.2.2 Usage and characteristics 91 ;7.2.3 Load-bearing behaviour of headed studs 94 ;7.2.4 Standards and approvals 94 ;7.2.5 Planning and design 95 ;7.2.5.1 Basics 95 ;7.2.5.2 Verification of load-bearing capacity and serviceability 95 ;7.2.6 Quality assurance, material quality 97 ;7.2.7 Production and installation 98 ;7.2.7.1 Manufacturing of anchor plates with headed studs 98 ;7.2.7.2 Installing anchor plates on site 98 ;7.3 Fastenings with metallic anchors 99 ;7.3.1 History 99 ;7.3.2 Overview of anchor types 100 ;7.3.3 Safety concept 103 ;7.3.3.1 Installation safety 103 ;7.3.4 Approvals 105 ;7.3.4.1 General 105 ;7.3.4.2 Tests according to DIBt guideline 105 ;7.3.5 Design and dimensioning 106 ;7.4 Corrosion protection 106 ;7.5 Fire resistance 106 --
8 Waterproofing of structures 107 :8.1 Purposes on waterproofing structures 107 ;8.2 Requirements of waterproofing structures 107 ;8.3 Black tank 107 ;8.3.1 Waterproofing methods and materials 107 ;8.3.2 Designing structural waterproofing 109 ;8.3.3 Structural detailing 110 ;8.3.4 Designing the structural waterproofing 110 ;8.3.4.1 Inspection and permitting design phase 110 ;8.3.4.2 Execution design phase 111 ;8.3.5 Construction of the structural waterproofing 111 ;8.3.6 Quality assurance 112 ;8.4 White tank 112 ;8.4.1 System specification 112 ;8.4.1.1 General requirements 112 ;8.4.1.2 Engineering principles 113 ;8.4.2 Particular requirements 114 ;8.4.3 Design and calculation 114 ;8.4.4 Joint detailing 114 ;8.4.5 Penetrations 114 ;8.4.6 Responsibilities 114 ;8.4.7 Quality assurance 115 ;8.4.8 Repairs 115 ;8.5 Waterproofing concept using the example of the OL3 nuclear power plant 115 --
9 Ageing and life cycle management 117 :9.1 Overview 117 ;9.2 Ageing management of buildings 117 ;9.3 Ageing mechanisms in building materials 119 ;9.4 Implementation and documentation 119 --
References 121 --
Index 131.
Series Title: Beton-Kalender series.
Responsibility: Rüdiger Meiswinkel, Julian Meyer, Jürgen Schnell.

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