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Nuclear Systems Enhanced Performance Program (NSP) - Technical Reports

 

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  • Oggianu, Stella Maris; Hansen, Kent F. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems. Nuclear Systems Enhanced Performance Program, 2002-08-01)
    Electric energy is a fundamental commodity for any aspects of the modern world. However, there are many uncertainties in the sources of electricity that are going to be used in the future. Some of these uncertainties are ...
  • Marchinkowski, K.; Weil, R.; Apostolakis, George E. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems. Nuclear Systems Enhanced Performance Program, 2000-04)
    1. Overview 1.1 Introduction to the CATILaC Methodology By understanding the way that a facility coordinates the work it does, failure events can be placed into a broader organizational context. Once the organizational ...
  • Weil, R.; Apostolakis, George E. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems. Nuclear Systems Enhanced Performance Program, 2001-06)
    The objective of this report is to clarify the ways that organizational factors influence nuclear power plant performance in order to improve performance. Therefore, this report studied the nuclear power plant organizational ...
  • d'Oro, Edoardo Cavalieri; Golay, Michael J. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems. Nuclear Systems Enhanced Performance Program, 2011-09)
    In order to strengthen the current non-proliferation regime it is necessary to guarantee high standards of security for the sites that use, store, produce, or reprocess special nuclear materials (SNM). The current surge ...
  • Johnson, Brian C.; Apostolakis, George E. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems. Nuclear Systems Enhanced Performance Program, 2011-09)
    Sodium cooled fast reactors (SFRs) are considered as a novel example to exercise the Technology Neutral Framework (TNF) proposed in NUREG-1860. One reason for considering SFRs is that they have historically had a licensing ...
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