The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 74 (1996) > Issues > Issue 12 > In-Service Monitoring of Nuclear-Safety-Related Structures
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In-Service Monitoring of Nuclear-Safety-Related Structures

Scottish Nuclear Ltd is a subsidiary of British Energy plc and operates two nuclear power stations with Advanced Gas-cooled Reactors (AGRs) at Hunterston B on the west coast, and Torness on the east coast, of Scotland. The power stations are complex, combining heavy civil structures with a variety of different types of plant, both conventional and nuclear. Comprehensive in-service inspection is carried out which is designed to ensure that nuclear safety is maintained and that the structures are in a serviceable condition and support essential plant and systems to allow continued electricity generation and commercial operation. L.M. Smith

Author(s): Smith, L M

Keywords: monitoring;pressure vessels;prestressed concrete;nuclear power stations;safety;quality assurance;defects;repairing;maintaining