American National Standard Radioactive Source Term for Normal Operation of Light Water Reactors
This standard establishes typical long-term concentrations of principal radionuclides in fluid streams of light-water-cooled nuclear power plants for use in estimating the expected release of radioactivity from various effluent streams.
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American Nuclear Society average for boron Boiling Water Reactor boron control calculated by equation concentration in reactor concentration in steam condensate demineralizer flow coolant letdown flow demineralizer flow rate Demineralizers NS E-2 nil E+3 kg/s E+5 kg equation in Note flow rate FS flow rate purification flow rate yearly Fraction of material Framatome given in Tables lb/hr letdown flow rate Light Water Reactors Main Condenser material removed noble gas Noble gases nominal removal rate Nuclear Regulatory Commission Once-Through Steam Pressurized Water Reactor Principal Fluid Streams Purification Femineralizers F purification system cation PWR with U-Tube Radioactive Source Term radionuclide concentrations radionuclide decay constant rate for element rate yearly average Ratio of concentration Ratio of condensate Reactor coolant letdown reactor steam reference plant Reference PWR removed in passing secondary coolant steam flow rate system cation demineralizer Table 9 Term for Normal tritiated water U-Tube Steam U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Westinghouse Electric Corporation