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Power Plant Simulation Conference 2011 Tampa, Florida February 16, 2011. James B. Florence ANS-3.5 Chair. ANS-3.5 Topic Overview. Introduce ANS-3.5 Working Group ANS-3.5 WebPages Recent ANS-3.5-2009 Clarifications ANS-3.5-201X Revised Scope Focus Areas for ANS-3.5-201X

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Power Plant Simulation Conference 2011

Tampa, Florida

February 16, 2011

James B. Florence

ANS-3.5 Chair

ans 3 5 topic overview
ANS-3.5 Topic Overview
  • Introduce ANS-3.5 Working Group
  • ANS-3.5 WebPages
  • Recent ANS-3.5-2009 Clarifications
  • ANS-3.5-201X Revised Scope
  • Focus Areas for ANS-3.5-201X
  • ANS-3.5 Standards Adoption History
  • Q&A with ANS-3.5 Working Group
ans 3 5 standard working group membership
ANS-3.5 StandardWorking Group Membership

Officers

  • Jim Florence (Cooper) – Chair
  • Bob Felker (Western Services Corp.) – Vice Chair
  • Keith Welchel (Oconee) – Secretary
  • Butch Colby (L3 MAPPS) – Editor
  • SK Chang (Millstone) – Style Editor
  • Larry Vick (NRC) - Parliamentarian
ans 3 5 standard working group membership4
ANS-3.5 StandardWorking Group Membership
  • Robert Goldman (Grand Gulf)
  • David Goodman (Comanche Peak)
  • Dennis Koutouzis (INPO)
  • Jody Lawter (Summer)
  • George McCullough (GSE)
  • Mac McDade (Harris)
  • Michael Petersen (Monticello/Prairie Island)
  • Pablo Rey (Tecnatom – Spain)
  • James Sale (North Anna)
  • Frank Tarselli (Independent)
ans 3 5 webpages
ANS-3.5 WebPages
  • The ANS-3.5 WebPages can be accessed via:
    • www.ans.org
    • www.usug.org
  • Find:
    • Scope Statement
    • Membership Contact Information
    • Meeting Locations
    • Meeting Minutes
    • Link to ANS-3.5 Clarifications
    • How to submit clarification requests
recent ans 3 5 2009 clarifications
Recent ANS-3.5-2009Clarifications

Recent clarifications are posted at:

http://www.new.ans.org/standards/clarifications/

ans 3 5 201x scope
ANS-3.5-201X Scope

Revised Scope (pending approval of ANS-21 & NFSC):

  • This standard establishes the functional requirements for full scope nuclear power plant control room simulators that are subject to U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) regulation for use in operator training and examination. The standard also establishes criteria for the scope of simulation, performance, and functional capabilities of nuclear power plant control room simulators.

This standard does not establish criteria for the use of simulators in operator training programs.

focus areas for ans 3 5 201x
Focus Areas forANS-3.5-201X
  • Define the Term Training Needs Assessment in such a manner that it is clear in intent to both Training and Simulator staff
  • Performance Test Program
  • Review Malfunction List
  • Define Testing Periodicities
    • Limits of Simulation
    • Steady-State & Normal Evolutions
    • Malfunctions
    • Physical Fidelity & Human Factors
    • Instructor Station
    • Real Time & Repeatability
focus areas for ans 3 5 201x10
Focus Areas forANS-3.5-201X
  • Non-fully integrated performance testing
  • Next generation simulators
  • Configuration Management
  • Uses of simulators for other than operator training & examination
  • Consider international community needs
  • Address experience requirements & reactivity control manipulations
focus areas for ans 3 5 201x11
Focus Areas forANS-3.5-201X
  • Identify areas in the standard to address DCS
  • Address other simulation devices derived directly from the full scope control room simulator
  • Cyber security guidance
  • Initial Condition development criteria for performance tests
ans 3 5 standards adoption history
ANS-3.5 StandardsAdoption History
  • A Full History of Full Scope Nuclear

Power Plant (NPP) Simulators as related

to the ANSI/ANS-3.5 Standards

  • Earliest NPP Simulators were constructed upon specifications only (through the '70s)
    • General Electric (Dresden 2)
    • Babcock and Wilcox (Rancho Seco)
    • Combustion Engineering (Calvert Cliffs)
    • Westinghouse (Zion)
    • Indian Point 2 (Consolidated Edison of New York)
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ANS-3.5 StandardsAdoption History
  • The age of utility-owned Simulators began in the late '70s (ConEd – Indian Point 2)
  • The '80s was the time of a utility-owned Simulator for every unique reference unit
  • Simulators for the new Reactor phase are being purchased within the Nuclear Steam Supply System contract (all COLs applications are referenced to ANSI/ANS-3.5-1998)
  • New Reactor phase of Simulators are scheduled for delivery in order that operators can be trained and licensed before criticality