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|Title:||Human Reliability Analysis in Low Power and Shut-down Probabilistic Safety Assessment: Outcomes of an International Initiative|
|Authors:||MANNA Giustino; HOLY J.; KUZMINA Irina|
|Citation:||NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY & RADIATION PROTECTION vol. 27 no. 2 p. 189-197|
|Publisher:||VINCA INST NUCLEAR SCI|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Since the beginning of the nuclear power generation, human performance has been a very important factor in all phases of the plant lifecycle: design, commissioning, operation, maintenance, surveillance, modification, and decommissioning. This aspect has been confirmed by the operating experience. A workshop was organized by the IAEA and the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, on Harmonization of low power and shutdown probabilistic safety assessment for WWER nuclear power plants. One of the major objectives of the Work shop was to provide a comparison of the approaches and results of human reliability analyses for WWER 440 and WWER 1000, and gain insights for future application of human relliability analyses in Low Power and Shutdown scenarios. This paper provides the insights and conclusions of the workshops concerning human reliability analyses and human factors.|
|JRC Institute:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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