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configuration management publications at iaea

Configuration Management Publications at IAEA

Presented By:

Kent Freeland

WorleyParsons

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IAEA CM GUIDANCE DOCUMENTS

The IAEA has been active at providing CM guidance to nuclear entities outside of the USA. In 2010 the Agency issued two new CM documents: Safety Series Report 65, “Application of Configuration Management in Nuclear Power Plants” and TECDOC-1651, “Information Technology for Nuclear Power Plant Configuration Management.” This presentation will provide an overview of these documents and establish the linkage to current USA CM guidance.

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iaea and cm
IAEA and CM
  • The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is part of the United Nations Organizations (UNO) located in Vienna, Austria.
  • The Agency originally established the Configuration Management program within the Nuclear Engineering (NE) Department. The responsibility was split between NE and Nuclear Safety.
  • Currently, the majority of the CM activity has been transferred to the IAEA Nuclear Safety (NS) Department.
  • IAEA Publications have several classifications, such as Technical Documents (TECDOC) and Reports . Official IAEA publications can take anywhere from 1-3 years to develop from concept to publication.
  • This lifecycle can create some risk of obsolescence.
  • The Agency recognizes the importance of CM for NPP’s and includes CM Requirements in their new build requirements for Member States.
current iaea cm publications
Current IAEA CM Publications
  • Most IAEA publications were co-authored or primarily written by CMBG members.
  • There are normally a number of Member State reviewers who review and comment on the draft documents
  • The two latest were principally written by Kent Freeland, Rick Harris and Cliff Wallen, all CMBG attendees.
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TECDOC-1651“Information Technology for Nuclear Power Plant Configuration Management.”
  • TECDOC-1651 was largely written by Kent Freeland and Cliff Wallen, with the work split between Information Technology and Design Basis.
  • The document was then reviewed and edited by Kent and Cliff to cross check content, and published in March of 2010.
  • The document is a new concept, and does not replace any existing IAEA publication. It completes the Configuration Management trilogy of CM Requirements, Technology Impact on NPP Document Management Systems (TECDOC-1284 by Dr. Ki-Sig Kang of IAEA)) and Implementation and NPP Information Technology.
  • The document address NPP MRO and ERP requirements in general, with emphasis on CM and related programs.
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TECDOC-1651“Information Technology for Nuclear Power Plant Configuration Management.”
  • Title “Information Technology for Nuclear Power

Plant Configuration Management”

  • Requested by: Nuclear Engineering Department
  • Sponsor: Jiri Mandula
  • Authors: B. Grimes, K. Freeland, C. Wallen
  • Supersedes/Replaces: N/A
  • Applies to: NPP’s during design, construction and operation
  • Commenced: October 2008
  • Published: March 2011
  • Available from: IAEA Publications website

http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/publications/PDF/te_1651_web.pdf

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TECDOC-1651“Information Technology for Nuclear Power Plant Configuration Management.”
  • General Purpose
  • Describe the requirements of forming and maintaining an NPP design basis, and conducting a design basis reconstitution if necessary.
  • Describe and outline the requirements for NPP enterprise configuration management information technology solution to store and maintain the design basis and other NPP configuration management data.
  • Includes development of supporting MRO, ERP and Knowledge-based functionality for enterprise nuclear business processes and business rules.
  • The TECDOC includes examples of enterprise NPP CM solution architecture, functionality, interfaces and data models.
  • Also compares the advantages of repository- and PLM (Plant Lifecycle Management)-based solutions.
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TECDOC-1651“Information Technology for Nuclear Power Plant Configuration Management.”

Suggested Utilization

The TECDOC should be reviewed and referenced during the review of design basis programs and to assess the state of the NPP design basis library and engineering change control system.

It is also recommended as a checklist for design basis review during engineering change control and modification activities.

The document is recommended as a handbook for preparation of specifications, RFQ’s and purchasing bid media for development or purchases of enterprise CM, MRO and ERP software solutions

The document also aids in selection of supporting applications such as engineering design and 3D CAD environments, document management applications, content management and IMS support systems and other 1st- and 2nd-tier software.

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Safety Series Report No. 65“Application of Configuration Management in Nuclear Power Plants”
  • Originally designated as publication 1461, was largely written by Rick Harris of CMBG.
  • It was reviewed and edited by Kent Freeland, and published in January of 2010.
  • Replaced the venerable TECDOC-1335, “Configuration Management in Nuclear Power Plants”, originally published in 2003 and considered a benchmark for CM references.
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Safety Series Report No. 65“Application of Configuration Management in Nuclear Power Plants”

Safety Series Report No. 65

Title: “Application of Configuration Management in

Nuclear Power Plants”

Requested by: Nuclear Safety Department

Sponsor: Csila Toth

Authors: R. Harris, K. Freeland

Supersedes/Replaces: TECDOC-1335

Applies to: NPP’s and Nuclear Facilities during design, construction and operation

Commenced: Summer 2008

Published: January 2011

Available from: IAEA Publications website

http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/publications/PDF/Pub1461_web.pdf

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Safety Series Report No. 65“Application of Configuration Management in Nuclear Power Plants”

General Purpose

Describe the requirements and business processes in NPP’s to develop and implement a comprehensive configuration management program, processes and procedures.

Includes premise, requirements, processes and resources to establish and maintain a CM program for NPP’s.

Replaces TECDOC-1335, “Configuration Management for Nuclear Power Plants”, published in 2003.

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Safety Series Report No. 65“Application of Configuration Management in Nuclear Power Plants”

Suggested Utilization

This Safety Series Report was published in the new IAEA Report Format, in compliance with the new four-tier document hierarchy structure.

This document should be reviewed and referenced during development and when writing process plans and procedures for NPP CM implementation, review, STAR Assessment or Audit.

May also be utilized to assess contractor and vendor/supplier CM programs and related taxonomies.

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Applicability to USA Configuration Management Programs
  • Both documents authored by nuclear professionals involved in current USA programs and familiar with leading commercial nuclear software solutions
  • Enhance understanding of current trends in nuclear new build licensing and CM Requirements.
  • Documents are written in context of most recent developments in overall nuclear power betterment infrastructure, including Integrated Management Systems (IMS), Knowledge Management (KM) as well as CM.
  • Recognition of new technology solutions which change the landscape of implementing CM programs for new builds
  • Closer integration of Architect/Engineers, EPC’s and suppliers in the new build CM requirements.
  • Improved understanding of contractual requirements for new build NPP’s in the areas of IT and CM.
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Applicability to USA Configuration Management Programs
  • EPRI Advanced Nuclear Technology Program and Standard CM Models for NNPP’s
  • Process-Oriented Knowledge Management Programs and CoP’s
  • New Requirements for Enterprise NPP Technology Solutions from Owner/Operators and new-build EPC’s
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Questions?

Thank you!

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