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CCTV System

for Radiation Work Management

Yonggwang NPP Unit 5 & 6


Contents

Ⅰ. YGN Unit 5 & 6


Ⅱ. Brief Overview of Radiation Protection
Ⅲ. Description of CCTV system
Ⅳ. Cases for use of CCTV system
Ⅴ. Effects
Ⅵ. IAEA OSART Good Practice
Ⅶ. Conclusion
Ⅰ. YGN Unit 5 & 6
□ Key Features

 Type : PWR
 Power Level : 1,050MWe
 2 Loops, 2 S/Gs, 4 RCPs
 177 Fuel Assy’s, 16 × 16 tubes
 S/G : Vertical U-tube with
Economizer
 Condenser Heat Sink : Sea water
Ⅱ. Brief Overview of Radiation protection
□ Statutory Exposure Dose limit

Category Workers Frequent Visitors General Public

Effective Dose Limit 100mSv per 5 years 12mSv per year 1mSv per year

□ Site Exposure Dose limit


Category Workers Frequent Visitors General Public

Effective Dose Limit 16 mSv per year 10 mSv per year 1 mSv per year
Ⅱ. Brief Overview of Radiation protection [cont’d]

□ Radiation Work Control


Anticipated Exposure (man-mSv) Counter plan

< 10 Review and check work order

10 ~ 70 Work Order Approval

70 ~ 200 ALARA Acting Level Committee Review

> 200 ALARA Committee review


Ⅱ. Brief Overview of Radiation protection [cont’d]

□ Collective Radiation Exposure

Year
Ⅲ. Description of CCTV system
□ Purpose
 Radiation Exposure Reduction
 Efficient Radiation Safety Control in RCA
 Continuous Check-up for important works and
facilities integrity
□ Characteristics
 Real-time information by LAN
 Movable Cameras can support important or high
radiation work anywhere
Ⅲ. Description of CCTV system [cont’d]
□ Composition

Item #5 #6 RWB
Monitoring System 1 Set 1 Set -
Announcement System 1 Set 1 Set -
Fixed 7 Sets 7 Sets 4 Sets
Camera
Movable 2 Sets 2 Sets -
Data Cable 3.3 Km 3.3 Km 1.1 Km
Ⅲ. Description of CCTV system [cont’d]

□ Network

LAN LAN

Movable or
Fixed HP Room
Console Lack
Office
Lobby Monitor
Ⅲ. Description of CCTV system [cont’d]

□ Location (Fixed Camera)


Building Elevation Location Details Main Function
100 Locker Room Area Prevention of robbery
ACB
100 Entrance to RCA Check-up personnel coming in and out
100 General Access Area “
SAB
77 General Access Area ″
100 Truck Bay Area Check up entry and exit of equipment and person
FHB
142 Storage Area ″
PAB 144 Personal Airlock Area Controlling entry and exit in high radiation area
100 Hot Machine Shop Check-up personnel coming in and out
100 Entrance of RCA Controlling entry and exit in high radiation area
RWB
100 Truck Bay Area Check-up entry and exit of equipment and person
70 Access Area Check-up personnel coming in and out
Ⅲ. Description of CCTV system [cont’d]

□ Location (Movable Camera)


 Movable Cameras are communicated with main control center
by using connecting jack

Number of
Building Elevation Main Function
jacks
Installation and removal of SG Nozzle dam
100 2 Installation and removal of SG man-way
ECT (Eddy current test)

RCB Maintenance of RCP and related works


125 2
Lancing and FOSAR in secondary side of SG
Reactor Maintenance
142 2 fuel loading and withdrawal
Check-up entry and exit of equipment and person
Ⅲ. Description of CCTV system [cont’d]

□ View of Fixed Camera


Ⅲ. Description of CCTV system [cont’d]

□ View of Movable Camera


Ⅲ. Description of CCTV system [cont’d]
□ CCTV system Diagram HP ROOM

MONITOR MONITOR
ACB 100’
LOCKER AREA ROOM

MATRIX MONITORING
ACB 100’ SWITCHER SERVER(DVR)
Entrance of RCA

11SET
SAB 100’
GEN ACCESS AREA

SAB 77’
GEN ACCESS AREA
KEYBOARD KEYBOARD

FHB 100’
TRUCK BAY AREA
4SET
PAB 144’

LINK FACILITY
FHB 142’
STORAGE AREA

PAB 144’
PERSONAL AIRLOCK AREA

LINK FACILITY

to RWB
Ⅲ. Description of CCTV system [cont’d]

□ HP Room Console Rack (Main control center)

 Real time Monitoring all places


where cameras are located.
 Recording important works
 Announcing
 Auto Recording when any
movement is detected.
Ⅲ. Description of CCTV system [cont’d]

□ Monitoring in HP Room Console Rack

All locations under surveillance The main work place


Ⅲ. Description of CCTV system [cont’d]

□ Comparison (use or not)


Work Year Number of Working Exposure Dose CCTV
workers Time (man-hr) (man-mSv) use or not

SG 2003 61 101 11.02 Not


Nozzle
Dam 2006 52 62 6.30 Use

2003 435 1,044 38.3 Not


ECT
2006 290 698 23.41 Use

SG 2003 83 156 6.23 Not


Man-way
2006 81 177 4.33 Use
Ⅳ. Cases for use of CCTV system
Case 1
□ Removal of remaining Thermal Sleeve (T/S)
 2005.05 Unit 5 third Planned Outage (37 days)
<Related event description>
 During the first outage of unit 5, a metal object was discovered in
the Reactor Bottom Head. (conformed by Remote Video Inspection)
 As a result of the specific inspection, three metal objects were
discovered. These objects have been identified as missing thermal
sleeves from the Safety Injection Nozzle.
 A remaining T/S was planned to be removed during the third Outage
Ⅳ. Cases for use of CCTV system

Material : Inconel 690


Size (mm) :
304(W)×554(H)×4.5(T)
Weight (kg) : 20Kg
Dose rate (removal): 6mSv/hr
Ⅳ. Cases for use of CCTV system [cont’d]
□ Monitoring T/S Work through CCTV
System
Ⅳ. Cases for use of CCTV system [cont’d]
□ Result of ALARA Control
Target (mSv) Result (mSv) %
Dose 160 73.91 53.8

 Reason of exposure Reduction


Content Reduction Rate(%)

Work control (Lead shielding and vest) 10


Reduction of the Number of person( Effect of CCTV) 10
Optimization of Working time (Effect of CCTV) 6
Cancellation of some work 28.8
SUM 53.8
Ⅳ. Cases for use of CCTV system [cont’d]

□ Effect of using CCTV System


 Reduction of Exposure : 16 man-mSv (10%)
 About 15 persons supervised the work through CCTV
during the working period (11days)
= persons x staying time x Radiation level in the area

 Optimization of Working Time : 9.6 man-mSv (6%)

 Reduction of Radioactive Waste : 1 Drum


 About 220 pairs of Rubber gloves / paper protection Clothes
Ⅳ. Cases for use of CCTV system [cont’d]

Case 2
□ Maintenance of leak Valve (SI-V522) in SI System
 Date : ’07. 7.17(unit 6 fourth outage)
 Work Description
• At the time of NOT/NOP, SI- check Valve 522 of High Presser
Safety injection Header leaked
• Piping was isolated throughout Ice plugging and Valve was
Maintained
• CCTV System was used to monitor the maintenance work
and ALARA Control
Ⅳ. Cases for use of CCTV system [cont’d]

□ Result of ALARA Control


Target (mSv) Result (mSv) %
Dose 6.69 5.75 14

 Number of workers : 16
 Total working time : 6 hrs
Ⅴ. Effects

 Reduction of the number of person coming in and out

 Reduction of exposure dosage

 Reduction of radioactive waste

 Savings in protection supplies

 Real-time checkup in the office

 Radiation safety control in high radiation areas


Ⅵ. OSART GOOD PRACTICE

□ IAEA OSART Review


 Duration : 2007. 4.16 ~ 5.3
 Reviewed items
- 7 items besides management, organization, &
administration sections of YGN 5&6
 Result of review in Radiation Protection Section
- 2 good practices out of 10 good practices
(No proposal for improvement)
- CCTV System was evaluated as “Good Practice”
 the other is RIS (Radiation Information System)
Ⅵ. Conclusion

 Radiation safety control is requisites for lasting


nuclear industry
 Our various efforts will help to improve radiation
safety control whether it is large or not
 Actually, CCTV system is small effort but the such
effort will makes a good fruit

Our will and endeavor should be followed


Maintenance of Leak Valve (SI-V522)
Maintenance of leak Valve (SI-V522)
KHNP Overview
□ KHNP(Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power) Organization
Headquarters President & CEO
QA Office
Auditor Audit Office
PI Office

Plan & Admin Div. Power Gen. Div. Project Div. Radwaste Project Div.

Branches Nuclear Power Site Hydro Power

Yonggwang Kori Wolsong Ulchin Han-gang Hydro Power

Gen. Admin. Office


Nuclear Power Radwaste Project
Comm. & Envir. Off. New York Office Environ. Tech. Inst. Site Office
Plant 1 (Unit1&2)
Radiation Health Nuclear Power
Plant 2 (Unit3&4) Paris Office Research Inst. Education Inst.
Plant 3 (Unit5&6)
KHNP Overview [cont’d]

□ Status of Nuclear Power Plants

Under Total
Site In Operation Const/Planed Unit (MW)
2 (2,000),
Kori 4 (3,137) 8 (7,937)
2 (2,800)/ -
2 (2,000)/
Wolsong 4 (2,779) 6 (4,779)
-
Yonggwang 6 (5,900) - 6 (5,900)
- /
Ulchin 6 (5,900) 8 (8,700)
2(2,800)
◎ Seoul Total 20 (17,716) 8 (9,600) 24 (21,716)

Ulchin #1,2,3,4,5,6
(Shin-Ulchin #1,2)
Wolsong #1,2,3,4
(Shin-Wolsong #1,2)
Yonggwang
#1,2,3,4,5,6 Kori #1,2,3,4
(Shin-Kori #1,2,3,4)
KHNP Overview [cont’d]
□ Nuclear Power Plants in Operation 20 units (17,716 MW)
Reactor Capacity NSSS
Project Unit A/E COD
Type (Mwe) Supplier
#1 PWR 950 W/H Bechtel/KOPEC Aug. 1986
#2 PWR 950 W/H Bechtel/KOPEC Jun. 1987
#3 PWR 1,000 DOOSAN KOPEC Mar. 1995
Yonggwang #4 PWR 1,000 DOOSAN KOPEC Jan. 1996
#5 PWR 1,000 DOOSAN KOPEC May 2002
#6 PWR 1,000 DOOSAN KOPEC Dec. 2002
#1 PWR 587 W/H Gilbert Apr. 1978
#2 PWR 650 W/H Gilbert July 1983
Kori #3 PWR 950 W/H Bechtel/KOPEC Sep. 1985
#4 PWR 950 W/H Bechtel/KOPEC Apr. 1986
#1 PHWR 679 AECL AECL Apr. 1983
#2 PHWR 700 AECL AECL/KOPEC Jun. 1997
Wolsong #3 PHWR 700 AECL AECL/KOPEC Jun. 1998
#4 PHWR 700 AECL AECL/KOPEC Sep. 1999
#1 PWR 950 Framatome Framatome Sep.1988
#2 PWR 950 Framatome Framatome Sep. 1989
#3 PWR 1,000 DOOSAN KOPEC Aug. 1998
Ulchin #4 PWR 1,000 DOOSAN KOPEC Dec. 1999
#5 PWR 1,000 DOOSAN KOPEC July 2004
#6 PWR 1,000 DOOSAN KOPEC Apr. 2005
KHNP Overview [cont’d]
□ NPP planned or under Construction 8 units (9,600 MW)

Reactor Capacity Plant


Project Unit COD Remark
Type (Mwe) Type
#1 PWR 1,000 *OPR1000 Dec. 2010

#2 PWR 1,000 OPR1000 Dec. 2011


Shin- Under
Kori Construction
#3 PWR 1,400 *APR1400 Sep. 2013

#4 PWR 1,400 APR1400 Sep. 2014

#1 PWR 1,000 OPR1000 Oct. 2011


Shin- Under
Wolsong Construction
#2 PWR 1,000 OPR1000 Oct. 2012

Shin- #1 PWR 1,400 APR1400 Dec. 2014


Planned
Ulchin #2 PWR 1,400 APR1400 Dec. 2015
* OPR : Optimized power Reactor
* APR : Advanced power Reactor