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APSA - Ageing PSA

Project Manager, NPSAG: Göran Hultqvist
Project Manager, External: Per Hellström
Start Year: 2005
Finish Year: 2006
APSA is a joint European project on ageing PSA initiated in 2004/2005 and co-ordinated by JRC Petten. The project aims at discussing methods and analysis approaches for correctly modelling ageing in PSA:s. There is at present no NPSAG participation in the project, but it has been followed by RELCON AB, who also presented a contribution (titled "Ageing PSA - from a PSA Tool Point of View") at the 2-day project workshop in Paris in October 2005. A project prosal to NKS (Nordic nuclear safety co-operation) and NPSAG for future participation in the APSA network is currently being evaluated.

Related Documents

   Ageing PSA – From a PSA Tool Point of View »
   Author: Ola Bäckström

   Mötesrapport: APSA Network Meeting Paris 2005 »
   Author: Ola Bäckström

   Activity Plan for Proposed NKS Funded Project on Development of Ageing PSA Methodology »
   Author: Per Hellström

   Proposal for Ageing PSA Network Workshop Participation and Evaluation of Possible Further Involvement »
   Author: Per Hellström

Projects:  APSA - Ageing PSA

01-004  RADDA - Development of Methods for Analysis of Reactivity »
02-003  Automatic Boron Injection »
02-004  Plant Effects of Loss of Room Cooling/Heating »
02-005  Standards and Regulations for Swedish PSA Activities »
04-003  SARA - Power Generation in Case of Re-flooding of Overheated Core »
09-004  Development of RiskSpectrum Calculation Algorithm »
11-001  Subjective and Objective Probabilities in Nuclear Safety »
14-001  The Validity of Safety Goals »
14-004  APSA - Ageing PSA »
22-006  Quantification quality of Nordic PSAs »
29-001  Level 3 PSA »
30-002  Application of ASME PRA Standard on Nordic PSA »
36-004  PSA and desktop simulator (TUSS) verification »
43-001  Multi-Unit (MU) PSA »