RULES FOR THE CLASSIFICATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF NUCLEAR SUPPORT VESSELS
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These Russian Register Rules shall apply to self-propelled and non-self-propelled ships involved in the operational support and technical servicing of the nuclear propulsion plants installed on board sea-going vessels and other floating facilities. The Rulebook starts with the brief information on the applicability of the Rules, definitions and explanations; the second part addresses the classification matters, namely applicable classification notations, surveys and technical documentation.
This is all followed by three sections dealing with the hull, subdivision and stability, and some general requirements for nuclear support ships. The chapter on fuel assemblies and storage facilities for the solid waste addresses the new and spent fuel assemblies storage facilities, and facilities intended for the storage of the solid radioactive waste. The chapter dedicated to the special systems covers compressed air and gas systems, ventilation, fuel assemblies handling, special bilge system, systems for the reception of liquid radioactive waste etc.. The two closing chapters of the book deal with the electrical equipment and radiation safety, i.e. radiological protection and radiation monitoring.
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