Two kinds of identification techniques for the diagnosis of disturbances in nuclear power plants have been proposed, and the applicability of these techniques to actual plants has been verified by computer experiments. In both techniques, a set of the observed signals (observed vector) obtained from an actual plant is identified with one of the categories representing a normal state, several anticipated anomalous situations, and an unanticipated anomalous state, in which the categories corresponding to the anticipated anomalous situations are classified by the kind and approximate magnitude of the anomaly source (the disturbance).
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics
- Nuclear Energy and Engineering
- Condensed Matter Physics