Din avgränsning ger 17 träffar.
2017:11 Extended Common Load Model: A tool for dependent failure modelling in highly redundant structures
Background The treatment of dependent failures is one of the most controversial subjects in reliability and risk analyses. The difficulties are specially underlined in the case of highly redundant systems, when the number of redundant components or trains exceeds four. The Common Load ModelInnehållstyp: Publikationer
2017:09 Evaluation of the Swedish participation in the Nordic Nuclear Safety Research (NKS) collaboration
Background NKS is a Nordic collaboration promoting cooperation on nuclear safety and emergency preparedness research. The research program is primarily funded by Nordic radiation safety authorities and responsible ministries. The main purpose of NKS is to finance joint Nordic activities andInnehållstyp: Publikationer
2017:05 Robust structural verification of pressurized nuclear components subjected to ratcheting, part two – stress-strain curves for cyclic elastoplastic analysis.
Background Pressurized components in nuclear applications that are subjected to cyclic loading may exhibit progressive deformation, so called structural ratcheting. If the component is made out of a material that are deformation hardening, it may also exhibit material ratcheting. The combinedInnehållstyp: Publikationer
2017:02 Slow strain rate testing of copper in sulfide rich chloride containing deoxygenated water at 90 °C
Background Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) can occur in materials from the combined influence of tensile stress and a corrosive environment. It has previously been shown in the literature, that copper can be sensitive to SCC in the presence of sulfide containing water. Since both tensileInnehållstyp: Publikationer
Background The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (SSM) and the Swedish nuclear power plant owners have financed Inspecta Technology in Sweden to analyze stainless steel pipe welds to obtain good estimations of weld residual stress (WRS) distributions. Detailed knowledge of the residual stressInnehållstyp: Publikationer
2016:37 PARTRIDGE project: Review and evaluation of the probabilistic fracture mechanics code PRO-LOCA
Background The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (SSM) and the Swedish nuclear power plant owners have financed Inspecta Technology in Sweden to evaluate the PRO-LOCA code. It is a computer code, developed by Battelle in the USA, in which the leak- and rupture probabilities of piping inInnehållstyp: Publikationer
Background In the light of the Fukushima accident, it stood clear that the challenge of the unexpected is of great importance to both regulators and licensees. For SSM, as for many other national regulators, there was a selfevident need to learn more about the capabilities and actions of peopleInnehållstyp: Publikationer