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Abstract

Maintenance requirements for NET in-vessel components are concisely described and discussed. The general maintenance scheme is presented. It is based on an oblique remote handling of first wall/blanket segments from the top of the machine and the handling of smaller components by means of an in-vessel handling unit (IVHU). Mean maintenance times for both scheduled and unexpected maintenance of components are estimated.

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Authors: SUPPAN A, NET, IPP, GARCHING, D;JRC-ISPRA;CHAZALON M, NET, IPP, GARCHING, D;JRC-ISPRA;SALPIETRO E, NET, IPP, GARCHING, D;JRC-ISPRA;FARFALETTI CASALI F NET, IPP, GARCHING, D, NET, IPP, GARCHING, D;JRC-ISPRA;JRC-ISPRA, NET, IPP, GARCHING, D;JRC-ISPRA
Bibliographic Reference: INTERNATIONAL TOPICAL MEETING ON REMOTE SYSTEMS AND ROBOTICS IN HOSTILE ENVIRONMENTS, PASCO, WASHINGTON, USA, MARCH 29, APRIL 2, 1987, PUBL. BY: THE AMERICAN NUCLEAR SOCIETY, INC., LA GRANGE PARK, ILLINOIS 60525, USA
Record Number: 1989126079700 / Last updated on: 1989-05-01
Category: PUBLICATION
Available languages: en