Protection against internal hazards other than fires and explosions in the design of nuclear power plants: safety guide
International Atomic Energy Agency, Nov 10, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 43 pages
The present publication is a revision of the former safety standards given in Safety Series No. 50-SG-D4, dealing with protection against missiles and their consequences on the safety of nuclear power plants. This revised publication also includes other internal hazards: collapses and falling objects, pipe whips, jet effects and flooding.
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