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Summary of NET plant probabilistic safety approach and results by means of ENEA fusion plant safety assessment (EFPSA)

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This paper summarizes the probabilistic safety assessment for the main accident scenarios associated with failures originating in the In-Vessel Plant Area of the Next European Torus (NET). The assessment refers to the Basic Performance Phase of operation under normal running and conditioning. For the corresponding accident sequences, the values of the annual expected frequency and the seriousness of consequences expressed as early dose to the Most Exposed Individual (MEI) of the public are listed.

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Cambi, G., Cavallone, G., Costa, M. et al. Summary of NET plant probabilistic safety approach and results by means of ENEA fusion plant safety assessment (EFPSA). J Fusion Energ 12, 127–131 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01059367

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  • probabilistic safety assessment
  • risk
  • NET