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A contribution to Commissioning as enabler of nuclear infrastructure delivery: Tests and trials program elaboration and management

Alan Gaignebet 1 Vincent Chapurlat 1 Grégory Zacharewicz 1 Victor Richet 2 Robert Plana 2
1 ISOAR - Ingénierie des Systèmes et des Organisations pour les Activités à Risque
LGI2P - Laboratoire de Génie Informatique et d'Ingénierie de Production, LSR - Laboratoire des Sciences des Risques
Abstract : This paper proposes a new methodology to conduct commissioning activities for Basic Nuclear Facility (BNF) based on the implementation of a Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) approach coupled with theoretical foundations concerning the commissioning processes and the feedback of experience inherited from previous projects. The methodology illustrates the benefits of the MBSE to take into account the interfaces between the stakeholders, the building, equipment and processes and the different constraints related to the type of facility (safety and security requirements). The methodology is supported by two industrial nuclear projects and has allowed the elaboration of an innovative tests and trials program that will open the route to the early V&V applications that turn into a significant reduction of extra costs occurring in the case of commissioning projects.
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Alan Gaignebet, Vincent Chapurlat, Grégory Zacharewicz, Victor Richet, Robert Plana. A contribution to Commissioning as enabler of nuclear infrastructure delivery: Tests and trials program elaboration and management. IEEE ISSE 2020 - 6th International Symposium on systems Engineering, Oct 2020, Vienna, Austria. ⟨hal-02971044⟩

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