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1. Initiating events Loss of in-house electric power supply results in tripping of all pumps (for example MCPs, feedwater pumps and service water pumps) and of both turbogenerators. 2. Safety aspects With the transition of coolant flow from forced to natural circulation, a flow–power mismatch is likely to occur. Turbogenerator trip leads to a pressure increase that should be restricted by operation of MSVs. It will take some time for the emergency pumps to deliver water to the coolant circuit as the diesel generators will first have to be started and loaded.

Erroneous reloading of a fuel assembly is typically considered as an event in which a fresh fuel assembly is placed in a cell adjacent to a fuel channel that has low burnup and, therefore, high power. Such insertion of reactivity due to 51 loading of fresh fuel results in an increase in fuel channel power in this region in excess of the operational limit. Analysis should be aimed at assessing the probability of violating the safe operating limits, as well as the probability of balancing out the increase in power by CPS rods or reactor scram.

Basic diagram of one loop of the MCC (DS, drum separator). 7. INTEGRITY OF THE REACTOR CAVITY The reactor cavity is formed by three metal structures: the top plate (E), the bottom plate (OR) and the barrel with a thermal expansion compensator (KZh). The barrel is hermetically welded to the top and bottom plates. The metal structures of the reactor cavity are shown schematically in Fig. 9. The permissible internal pressure loads in the reactor cavity are also presented in Fig. 9. The lowest value of 214 kPa (excess) is the top plate uplift pressure.

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