Development of a Level 2 PSA Model for the Paks NPP
Level 2 probabilistic safety assessment (PSA) has recently been performed for the Paks NPP of Hungary. This paper highlights the main analysis steps as well as the approach used to develop and quantify the level 2 PSA model. Examples are given of the results from PSA model quantification with a note on usefulness and future implications of the study.
KeywordsDamage State Severe Accident Safety Injection Core Damage Probabilistic Safety Assessment
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