Feasibility and Cost/benefit of Advanced Safeguards for Control of Nuclear Material In-process: Summary report September 1979-August 1980

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The Commission, 1980 - Nuclear industry

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Page 3 - Each application for a license to possess or use at any site or contiguous sites subject to control by the licensee uranium-235 (contained in uranium enriched to 20 percent or more in the uranium-235 isotope), uranium-233, or plutonium alone or in any combination in a quantity of 5,000 grams or more computed by the formula, grams = (grams contained U-235) + 2.5 (grams U-233 + grams plutonium...
Page 3 - MC-9: Maintain procedures and information sufficient to evaluate process conditions and material records so that they may provide for an assessment of alarms within one hour.
Page 3 - MC-8: Detect within 24 hours, with high assurance, a loss of five formula kilograms of SSNM in bulk form accessible to theft from a controllable unit of a facility.
Page 4 - It consists of a hexagonal block of graphite into which vertical coolant and fuel holes are drilled. The fuel holes are filled with rods composed of fuel particles bonded together by a graphite matrix.
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