The effects of dissolved lead on the anodic dissolution behavior of Alloy 690 (UNS N06690) were experimentally investigated in an alkaline solution that is used to simulate the environment in a nuclear steam generator crevice.
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We have used thermodynamic modeling to predict the chemical composition of the brines that form by deliquescence of sea-salt aerosols, and to estimate brine volumes and salt/brine volume ratios as a function of temperature and atmospheric relative humidity.
The goal of The Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) is to assist its member countries in ensuring safety, through regulation and oversight of nuclear installations, and to preserve the scientific and technological knowledge base.
Elaborates on some reported findings and identifies possible mechanisms and risks for further growth of defects in the reactor pressure vessel walls in the Belgian nuclear power reactors Doel 3 and Tihange 2 – which were restarted in 2015 after inspection found “thousands” of “hydrogen flaws”.
Recent experience from nuclear power plants indicates that degradation of buried piping is occurring in at least some plants and represents an issue requiring the attention of the nuclear industry.
For those managing, planning, selecting, implementing, or evaluating buried pipe inspections using Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) at nuclear power plant sites. Licensing. Regulations. Inspection. Tools. Analysis.
Detailed technical and regulatory chronology of nuclear power plant protective coatings requirements, and testing protocols from 1951 to present. A desk reference & teaching tool for the nuclear plant protective coatings industry. 2016 NACE