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Nuclear Science and Techniques ›› 2014, Vol. 25 ›› Issue (S1): S010603 doi: 10.13538/j.1001-8042/nst.25.S010603

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Local government radiation surveillance system for nuclear power plant at post-Fukushima era in China

HUANG Yan-Jun, CHEN Chao-Feng, SHA Xiang-Dong, SUN Xue-Feng, IN Hong-Juan, ZUO Wei-Wei, ZHU Xin, and SHANG-GUAN Zhi-Hong   

  1. Suzhou Nuclear Power Research Institute, CGNPG, Suzhou China, 215004
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HUANG Yan-Jun, CHEN Chao-Feng, SHA Xiang-Dong, SUN Xue-Feng, IN Hong-Juan, ZUO Wei-Wei, ZHU Xin, and SHANG-GUAN Zhi-Hong. Local government radiation surveillance system for nuclear power plant at post-Fukushima era in China.Nuclear Science and Techniques, 2014, 25(S1): S010603     doi: 10.13538/j.1001-8042/nst.25.S010603

Abstract:

After the Fukushima nuclear accident in 2011, improvement actions of the environmental radiation surveillance
were carried out by Chinese government to deal with the possible nuclear accident in response to the rapid
development of nuclear power in China. The local government radiation surveillance system, including the online
radiation monitoring network and automatic sampling system, the o -site monitoring center laboratory, the
radioactive euent on-line monitoring system and the sampling inspection laboratory were regulated to establish
for all operation and constructing nuclear power plant. This paper describes the general design of the system
by taking Ningde nuclear power plant (NPP) for example. The main designs, including radiation monitoring
and sampling equipment, data collection and the communication technology, and the surveillance management,
are generally based on the experiences or lessons from Fukushima accident. The system is expected to act as
a pivotal role to evaluate the environmental radioactivity from the operation of NPP, and to provide e ective
decision support in the event of possible nuclear accident.

Key words: Radiation surveillance system, Post-Fukushima, On-line radiation monitoring network, Euent monitoring inspection