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What is the containment average air temperature limit as required in LCO 3.6.1.5 Contaiment Air Temperature?

≤ 110 ˚F


Determined by looking at running RCFC inlet temperatures.

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How are the RCB airlock doors interlocked?

Personnel Airlock:
Electronically AND Mechanically Interlocked

Aux Airlock:
Mechanically Interlocked


Prevents both doors from being opened at once.


Note:
Interlocks can be defeated when conditions permit

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What must IA header pressure to the airlock seals be in order to make the personnel airlock OPERABLE?

≥ 90 psig


Cannot decay more than 0.5 psig in 8hrs.

Cannot decay more than 1.5 psig in 24 hrs.


Note:
LCO 3.6.1.3 Containment Airlocks is APPLICABLE in MODES 1 - 4.

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Which containment radiation monitor(s) are/is covered by tech specs?

RCB Atmosphere Monitor RE-8011A (Particulate)


LCO 3.4.6.1 RCS Leak detection

Applicable in MODES 1 - 4


Note:
RE-8011B (Iodine) and RE-8011C (Noble Gas) are non-safety related.

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What will a containment pressure of ≥ 3.0 psig cause?

Containment Pressure - High (3.0 psig) [2/3]
Safety Injection
Reactor Trip
Containment Isolation Phase A
Containment Ventilation Isolation
FW Isolation

Containment Pressure - High 2 (3.0 psig) [2/3]
SL Isolation


Uses PT-934, 935, 936 ONLY


Note:
Containment Pressure - High and High 2 are the exact same setpoint....

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What will a containment pressure of ≥ 9.5 psig cause?

Containment Pressure - High 3 (9.5 psig) [2/4]:
Containment Spray Actuation
Containment Isolation Phase B


Uses PT-934, 935, 936, AND 937


Note:
Containment Pressure - High and High 2 use PT-934, 935, and 936 ONLY

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How many emergency sumps are in the RCB?

Three


Supplies LHSI, HHSI, and Containment Spray (CS)


Note:
Located on RCB -11' 3"

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What is the design pressure of containment?

Internal:
56.5 psig
Between -0.1 and +0.3 psig
CNMT PRESS HI / LOW (CP002)
(LCO 3.6.1.4 Containment Internal Pressure)

External:
3.5 psig


Max expected for DBA is 41.2 psig

CNMT PRESS HI/LOW on CP002 will put you in LCO 3.6.1.4 Containment Internal Pressure.


Note:
Design temperature is 286 ˚F

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Where are the RCB airlocks physically located?

Personnel Airlock:
RCB 68' SE Quadrant

Aux Airlock:
RCB 37' NW Quadrant

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What containment parameters are monitored in the MCR?

CP002:
Temperature
Humidity

CP004:
Normal / Secondary Sumps

CP005:
Personnel Airlock Seals OCIVs
Airlock Alarms
Contaiment Pressure Alarms (High / High 3)
Normal / Secondary Sumps (Alarms)

CP018:
Pressure Recorder
Hydrogen Recorder

Normal / Secondary Sump Recorder

QDPS / ICS:
Pressure
Radiation (ICS / RM-11 / RM-23)
Normal / Secondary Sumps (QDPS ONLY)

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How is the fuel transfer tube sealed for containment purposes?

RCB Side:
Double-gasketed blind flange

FHB Side:
Gate Valve

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Containment is designed to withstand a safe shutdown earthquake (SSE). During such an event, what is the max expected offsite exposure for whole body and the thyroid?

Whole Body:
25 Rem

Thyroid:
300 Rem


10CFR100

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The normal and secondary RCB sumps have how many pumps?

Secondary Sump:
1 Pump
Pumps to Normal Sump

Normal Sump:
2 Pumps w/ alternator
Pumps to Floor Drain Tank (FDT)

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Which radiation monitors feed into PAMS?

RE-8050 AND RE-8051
RCB High Range Radiation