Development of a Flexible Computerized Management Infrastructure for a Commercial Nuclear Power Plant
The report emphasizes smooth transition from paper-based procedure systems (PBPSs) to computer-based procedure systems (CBPSs) for the existing commercial nuclear power plants in the U.S. The expected advantages and of the transition are mentioned including continued, safe and efficient operation of the plants under their recently acquired or desired extended licenses. The report proposes a three-stage survey to aid in developing a national strategic plan for the transition from PBPSs to CBPSs. It also includes a comprehensive questionnaire that can be readily used for the first stage of the suggested survey.
S. F. Ali et al., "Development of a Flexible Computerized Management Infrastructure for a Commercial Nuclear Power Plant," Tuskegee University, Jan 2006.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
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