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IEC 60568

Nuclear power plants – Instrumentation important to safety – In-core instrumentation for neutron fluence rate (flux) measurements in power reactors

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 January 2006
Status: active
Page Count: 40
ICS Code (Nuclear power plants. Safety): 27.120.20
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This standard applies to on-line in-core neutron detectors, together with associated components and instrumentation, designed for purposes important to reactor safety: protection, information or control. The detector types usually used are direct current ionization chambers, fission ion chambers and self-powered neutron detectors.

This standard provides guidance for the design of in-core instrumentation for neutron fluence rate measurements in thermal neutron reactors designed for power production.

The major emphasis in this standard is on the general design aspects of on-line systems.

For the principles of overall system design and for the purpose of neutron flux measurements, reference should be made to IEC 61513.

 

Document History

IEC 60568
January 1, 2006
Nuclear power plants – Instrumentation important to safety – In-core instrumentation for neutron fluence rate (flux) measurements in power reactors
This standard applies to on-line in-core neutron detectors, together with associated components and instrumentation, designed for purposes important to reactor safety: protection, information or...
January 1, 1977
In-Core Instrumentation for Neutron Fluence Rate (Flux) Measurements in Power Reactors
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