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A Pattern Recognition Method for Nuclear Reactor Core Surveillance

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An automatic method for reactor core surveillance is described which employs pattern recognition techniques. A core vibration surveillance method for a pressurized water reactor has been developed which provides the early detection of failures. The method allows on-line application and is able to give quick surveillance decisions (in about one minute). The sensors are eight ex-core ionization chambers. The system is very flexible and adaptable to the statistical properties of the data. The algorithms used are heuristic but need only the definition of a small number of parameters. These parameters may be optimized either by automatic procedures or by explicit experimental methods. Some experimental results are presented.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

June 1983

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