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See Davies and Potter (13). 6 Fault Tree Analysis Fault tree analysis is a useful categorization tool with which the interrelationships between reactor components, their failures, and the reactor safety features can be defined. It provides a means for ensuring that safety analysis is all-inclusive, and it provides eventual potential for quantifying accident probabilities. 1 DEFINITIONS A fault tree is a sequence of events which leads from one or more faults to the causes of those faults. Systems analysts use such fault trees to: (a) define critical paths in the accident analysis; (b) calculate the probabilities of failures leading to given consequences or of consequences occurring in the system from one of a number of different initiating faults; and (c) specify safeguards against damaging consequences for each branch of the tree.
8). Δζ « n-l Δζ η Δζ ' η+ι Δζ 1 n+2 Coolant flow — » - Fig. 8. Finite difference nomenclature η+3 along the reactor coolant channel. 45) thus defining the coolant temperatures at a point η + 1, in terms of heat input to that channel at that point η + 1, and upstream n. Thus a set of such equations can be obtained at each axial point and for every channel whose representation is required. All of these equations depend on a knowledge of the inlet temperature and the power distribution for their solution.
This increase in xenon concentration complicates the subsequent start-up of some small thermal reactors due to the poison increase. Further, xenon poisoning could produce spatial instabilities in the very large thermal systems, as some regions of the core could see poison changes on different time scales from others. This effect is corrected by regional control systems. 4) and the fast cores are too small for spatial instabili ties. However, see the thorium cycle reactivity change in the next section, as it is a similar though opposite effect.