TITLE

Separation of Transformers for Class 1E Systems in Nuclear Power Plants

AUTHOR(S)
Lee, Sang-Hyun; Chang, Choong-Koo
PUB. DATE
January 2017
SOURCE
Science & Technology of Nuclear Installations;1/2/2017, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In order to supply electric power to the safety related loads, safety and reliability of onsite power have to be ensured for the safety function performance in nuclear power plants. Even though the existing electric power system of APR1400 meets the requirements of codes regarding Class 1E system, there is a room for improvement in the design margin against the voltage drop and short circuit current. This paper discusses the amount that the voltage drop and short circuit current occur in the existing electric power system of APR1400. Additionally, this paper studies with regard to the improved model that has the extra margin against the high voltage drop and short circuit current by separation of unit auxiliary transformer (UAT) and standby auxiliary transformer (SAT) for the Class 1E loads. The improved model of the electric power system by separation of UAT and SAT has been suggested through this paper. Additionally, effects of reliability and cost caused by the electric power system modification are considered.
ACCESSION #
120493651

 

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