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T. J. Tanaka, S. P. Nowlen, and D. J. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, October 1996. 5. K. Korsah et. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, January 1998. 6. T. J. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, October 1997. 7. M. Hassan and W. E. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, January 1998. 8. Tina J. Tanaka and Steven P. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, January 2001. 9. Criteria 3CFire Protection, Appendix A to part 50 of Title 10 of the Code of Federal Regulations. 36 NUREG/CRORNL/TM-2000/236 INTERNAL DISTRIBUTION 1.

The HVAC system controls the environmental parameters such as humidity, temperature, and airborne particulates. The location of the room in which the equipment is installed, considering its distance away from potential sources of smoke, fire, and radiation, may serve as a shield for the equipment and contribute on this level to protection against the spread of smoke and flames in case a fire occurs. , behind concrete wall to provide somelevelofgamma shielding ) Figure 1 Illustrating Potential Levels of Protection Against Environmental Stressors for SafetyRelated Electronic Hardware.

Korsah, R. L. Clark, and R. T. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, April 1994. 3. K. Korsah, T. J. Tanaka, T. L. , and R. T. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, September 1996. 4. T. J. Tanaka, S. P. Nowlen, and D. J. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, October 1996. 5. K. Korsah et. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, January 1998. 6. T. J. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, October 1997. 7. M. Hassan and W. E. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, January 1998. 8. Tina J. Tanaka and Steven P. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, January 2001.

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