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The CAS would alert employees of a criticality, or unplanned nuclear reaction, requiring immediate evacuation.
The first phase of the first criticality programme of the power unit made to the AES-2006 design was preceded by a number of activities, in particular, transportation of shrouds with fuel assemblies (FAs) from the fresh fuel storage to the reactor department, as well as an examination to determine if the personnel and equipment are prepared for operations," the statement read.
A system is considered to approach criticality when the parameter [[kappa].
There are several papers that presented the analysis of criticality of infrastructure (Canto-Perello et al.
The 6,000 tonne submarine's pressurised light water nuclear reactor achieved criticality four years after it was launched by Singh's wife Gursharan Kaur in July 2009 in Vishakhapatnam.
Singh said: "I am delighted to learn that the nuclear propulsion reactor on board INS Arihant, India's first indigenous nuclear powered submarine, has now achieved criticality.
This study investigates the locus of attribution in the case of a delivery failure given consumers' differing expectation and criticality levels.
Its simplicity of use and deployment will help stakeholders to assess criticality, cheaply, quickly, effectively and consistently EoACAo providing a solid foundation for managing risk well.
More on the topic can be found in a present special issue on Quantum Criticality and Novel Phases in PSS (B).
When all applications have been identified, usage patterns discussed and the overall application performance captured, an informational meeting with business leaders, application owners and other stakeholders should be conducted to discuss definitions for each business criticality classification to allow the team to properly classify all applications used.
And for those who believe the whole concept of the "biennial" would benefit from a dose of criticality, the extended schedule also intriguingly includes a major symposium in December organized by Venice's 2007 director, Robert Storr, a main subject of which will be "the reasons, identities and developments behind the many Biennials which base themselves upon Venice and now form an important part of the current international exhibition system.

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