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The Necessity of Reexamine Key Component Material with Spectrometry Analysis in the Nuclear Island

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Wu Chongzhi

State Nuclear Power Engineering Company, No.2 Building, Lane 888 Tianlin Road, Min Hang District, Shanghai, China, 200233
wuchongzhi@snpec.com.cn

Zhang Jindong

State Nuclear Power Engineering Company, No.2 Building, Lane 888 Tianlin Road, Min Hang District, Shanghai, China, 200233
zhangjindong@snpec.com.cn

Wang Zongkui

State Nuclear Power Engineering Company, No.2 Building, Lane 888 Tianlin Road, Min Hang District, Shanghai, China, 200233
wangzongkui@snpec.com.cn

Zhang Zengkui

State Nuclear Power Engineering Company, No.2 Building, Lane 888 Tianlin Road, Min Hang District, Shanghai, China, 200233
zhangzengkui@snpec.com.cn

Fu Shenqing

State Nuclear Power Engineering Company, No.2 Building, Lane 888 Tianlin Road, Min Hang District, Shanghai, China, 200233
fushenqing@snpec.com.cn

1Corresponding author.

ASME doi:10.1115/1.4042221 History: Received October 22, 2017; Revised December 05, 2018

Abstract

In order to avoid the misuse of metal material in nuclear projects, typical cases happened in AP1000 nuclear power projects in China are analyzed. The analysis finding indicates that some cases were caused by defective procedures or undemanding processes performance, and every case is relevant with human error. It is considered that procedural management cannot completely avoid the misuse of metal material when it is caused by human error, and spectrometry analysis is suggested to reexamine the material of key components.

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