Maintenance Personnel

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5.0 DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC CURRICULUM FOR MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL
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5.1 DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC CURRICULUM FOR MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL: MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
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5.1.1 Power Plant Fundamentals
5.1.1.1 Electrical Science: Maintenance Student
5.1.1.1.1 Explain the basics of the following topics
5.1.1.1.1.1 grounding systemsPPTSwitchgear & Motor Control Centers All About Circuts

The Importance of Electrical Safety in All About Circuits

5.1.1.1.1.2 electrical hazards and safetyES-07-13, 14  The Importance of Electrical Safety in All About Circuits
5.1.1.1.1.3 electrical power sourcesES-03-6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14  All About Circuts
5.1.1.1.1.4 power distribution (AC and DC)ES-14-7, 8, 9  All About Circuits

What is Alternating Current (AC)? (Provides a good background of how both AC and DC power works and is distributed)


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5.1.1.2 Topics specific to electrical maintenance and instrument and control (I&C) technicians
5.1.1.2.1 Electrical maintenance and I&C students explain the following topics:
5.1.1.2.1.1 basic electronics components (such as transistors BJT, FET, IGFET, MOSFET, SCR and diodes)ES-03-6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 ES-10- 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8  All About Circuts
5.1.1.2.1.2 circuit functions (such as switching amplifiers, voltage regulation, limiters, and rectification)ES-07- 15,16,17 ES-11- 5, 6 IC-09- 11, 14  All About Circuts
5.1.1.2.1.3 circuit breakers and fusesES-14- 3, 4, 5, 6  PPTSwitchgear & Motor Control Centers All About Circuts
5.1.1.2.1.4 construction of conductors and insulators (such as examples of various cables, shielding, and failure mechanisms)ES-01-1, 2  All About Circuts
5.1.1.2.1.5 electron theoryES-01-1  All About Circuts
5.1.1.2.1.6 inductance, capacitance, impedance, resonance, and reactanceES-01-3 ES-04- 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ES-09-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19  All About Circuts
5.1.1.2.1.7 instrumentation, schematics, control circuitry, ground detection, and protective relaying (including the use of associated drawings for diagnosing circuit trouble)PPTElectrical Distribution

PPTBasic Print Reading

PPTElectrical Prints and Drawings

PPTPlant Status

PPTMechanical Print Readings

PPTMechanical Print Reading (2)


PPTOverview of Nuclear Plant Systems



PPTSwitchgear & Motor Control Centers

PPTNeutron Monitoring

DOCFire Detection and Protection Instructor Notes
All About Circuts
5.1.1.2.1.9 relaysES-01-2 ES-14-2, 3, 4, 6, 8  All About Circuts
5.1.1.2.1.10 series, parallel, and combination circuits applied to AC and DC circuitsES-03- 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 12, 14  PPTDigital Feedwater Control Systems

PDFDigital Feedwater Control Systems

All About Circuts
5.1.1.2.1.12 theory of operations of plant electrical componentsES-11-2, 13, 14, 15, 16  Free electrical circuit simulator LTSPICE can be used to perform simulations of linear and switching power supplies


Get the LTSPICE userguide here

Also find free, easy to use demo circuits to use with LTSPICE

Power Supply Circuits at All About Circuits online textbook Z
5.1.1.2.1.12a motors (such as types and classifications)ES-06-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13  PDFPlant Overview--Motors
5.1.1.2.1.12b generators (such as types and classifications)ES-05-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13  
5.1.1.2.1.12c transformersES-11-2, 13, 14, 15, 16  
5.1.1.2.1.12c1 types, functions and operationES-11-13, 14  
5.1.1.2.1.12c2 fault symptoms and hazardsPPTPlant Status
5.1.1.2.1.12c3 safety and environmental precautions associated with coolingPPTPlant Status

PPTRadiological Environmental Monitoring Program
5.1.1.2.1.12c4 fire protection systemsIC-07- 2  PPTFire Detection & Protection System


DOCFire Protection Carbon Dioxide System Instructor Notes

DOCFire Protection System Halon Lesson Plan

DOCFire Protection System Water Protection Instructor Notes

DOCFire Detection and Protection Instructor Notes
5.1.1.2.1.12d voltage regulatorsES-11-2, 13, 14, 15, 16  
5.1.1.2.1.12e linear and switching power suppliesPPTElectronic Controls


PPTSwitchgear & Motor Control Centers
All About Circuts
5.1.1.2.1.12f inverters (such as battery backup systemsES-07  All About Circuts
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5.1.2 Plant Systems and Components Knowledge
5.1.2.1 Advanced Systems and Components: Maintenance Student
5.1.2.1.1 Explain clearance/tagging requirements.PPTSafety Clearances and Tagging


PPTRadiation Protection Postings
5.1.2.1.2 Describe the proper methods for handling and disposing of waste or hazardous materials that result from system maintenance.PPTRadiological Environmental Monitoring Program

PPTContamination Control, Decontamination, Respiratory Protection


PPTRadiation Protection Standards & Guidelines


PPTRadiological Safety & Response


PPTProtection Against Radiation
5.1.2.1.3 Describe component failure modes (for example, valve thermal binding and relay failures), and discuss the possible diagnostic and repair actions that may be necessary.ES-14-2, 3, 4, 6, 8  
5.1.2.1.4 Describe the proper methods and practices for safe troubleshooting of defective components.PPTTroubleshooting Techniques and Guidelines

PPTSystematic Troubleshooting
5.1.2.1.5 Describe the proper methods for breaching systems, including applicable radiological exposure and contamination controls.
PPTRP Technician Training Engineering Controls
5.1.2.1.6 Describe the application and operation of various devices (for example, video cameras, filter removal tools, and remotely operated machines) used for radiological exposure reduction.PPTRadioactive Material Handling and Interpersonal Skills

DOCRadioactive Materials Handling and Accountability
5.1.2.1.7 Describe potential hazards (for example, electrical shock, high-temperature or high-pressure fluid used in system) associated with maintenance activities on specific systems.PPTTroubleshooting Techniques and Guidelines

PPTSystematic Troubleshooting


DOC Primary Systems
5.1.2.1.8 Describe the proper disassembly and assembly methods, including removal, replacement, repair and torqueing techniquesPPTTroubleshooting Techniques and Guidelines

PPTSystematic Troubleshooting

DOCPrimary Systems
5.1.2.1.9 Describe the proper methods for adjustments and calibrations on components or systemsDOC Primary Systems

PPTMeasurement System
5.1.2.1.10 Describe the methods to test (for example, leakage test, component operation, loop functional test, valve operation) a component when maintenance work is completed, and describe the administrative controls for performing local and manual operation of components during maintenance activities.IC-06-7  PPTLoop Tuning

PPTLoop Calibration, Control & Troubleshooting 
5.1.2.1.11 Explain the limitations of and requirements for maintenance activities associated with environmentally qualified and safety-related components and equipmentPPTPlant Status
5.1.2.1.12 Explain acceptable cleaning and inspection techniques for system components; and explain the lubrication principles associated with components such as valves, pumps, motors, and valve actuators, including the problems associated with improper lubrication.IC-06- 1, 2 ME-01-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 ME-02-2, 3, 11, 12, 20 ME-08-12  
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5.1.2.13 Explain post-maintenance testing requirements and responsibilities including the following attributes:
5.1.2.13.1 interdepartmental notifications (for example, Operations, Quality Control, Engineering)PPTPlant Status

PPTKey 10CFR Parts for the Nuclear Industry
5.1.2.13.2 importance of documenting maintenance actions and component parametersPPTPlant Status

PPTKey 10CFR Parts for the Nuclear Industry

PDFBrowns Ferry Fire

PDFDavis-Besse

PDFIdaho Falls


PPTKey 10CFR Parts for the Nuclear Industry
5.1.2.13.3 acceptance criteria determinationPPTVisual Inspection

PPTTroubleshooting Techniques and Guidelines

PPTSystematic Troubleshooting
5.1.2.13.4 program commitments (for example, technical specifications, industry standards, regulatory documents)PPTPlant Status

PPTKey 10CFR Parts for the Nuclear Industry

PPTVisual Inspection
5.1.2.13.5 component testing requirements (for example, inspection, leak test, functional test, calibration) associated with a work activityPPTPlant Status

PPTVisual Inspection

PPTTroubleshooting Techniques and Guidelines

PPTSystematic Troubleshooting
5.1.2.13.6 visual inspection characteristics (for example, component free of corrosion, fasteners/terminations tight)PPTVisual Inspection
5.1.2.13.7 installation activities (for example, wiring checks, pressure tests, torque verifications)PDFConstruction Quality Assurance Program & Quality Control Procedures. Southern Company
5.1.2.13.8 operational test characteristics (for example, proper rotation, temperature, voltage, pressure)PPTVisual Inspection

PPTTroubleshooting Techniques and Guidelines

PPTSystematic Troubleshooting
5.1.2.14 Identify alarms, indications, interlocks and automatic features affected by important maintenance activitiesPPTPlant Status

PPTBasic Print Reading

PPTMechanical Print Readings

PPTMechanical Print Reading (2)

PPTTroubleshooting Techniques and Guidelines

PPTSystematic Troubleshooting
5.1.2.15 Identify abnormal system and component indications and diagnose the probable causesPPTVisual Inspection

PPTTroubleshooting Techniques and Guidelines

PPTSystematic Troubleshooting
5.1.2.16 Identify when components have been removed properly from service before maintenance activities are performedIC-01-2  
5.1.2.17 Identify system cleanliness requirements and describe the methods used to prevent foreign material from entering systems and componentsPPTForeign Material Exclusion
5.1.2.18 Identify industrial safety measures necessary for work in the vicinity of specific operating equipment including job aspects related to identifying, diagnosing and repairing system and component problems and using plant procedures and drawingsCH-07-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16  PPTElectrical Prints and Drawings


PPTBasic Print Reading

PPTMechanical Print Readings

PPTMechanical Print Reading (2)

PPTPlant Status


DOC Fire Detection and Protection Instructor Notes
5.1.2.19 Identify proper rigging and lifting techniques for major components such as pumps and motorsPPTHoists and Cranes

PPTInitial Riggings
5.1.2.20 Identify where the use of special tools or equipment (for example, cranes, scaffolding, breaker grounding devices) will be required and describe how they will be used during work on various componentsPPTHoists and Cranes

PPTInitial Riggings

PPTSwitchgear & Motor Control Centers
5.1.2.21 Identify repair and surveillance procedures that will be used on the jobPPTPlant Status

PPTInitial Riggings
5.1.2.22 Describe science concepts and work requestsPPTContamination Controln Dcontamination Respiratory Protection

PPTRadiation Protection Standards & Guidelines


PPTPlant Status

DOCPrimary Systems


PPTRadiological Safety & Response


PPTProtection Against Radiation
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5.1.2.2 PLANT AND COMPONENT SKILLS: Maintenance Student Describe the in-depth knowledge required for specific jobs tailored to maintenance personnel. (Plant Specific)
5.1.2.2.1 Perform the following in a controlled environment such as a laboratory or shop area using station procedures specific to the maintenance discipline (plant specific):
5.1.2.2.1.1 apply cleanliness requirements and maintain debris control (for example, cover openings, account for tools, clean surfaces)
5.1.2.2.1.2 calibrate and test instrument loops
5.1.2.2.1.3 cut and replace gaskets
5.1.2.2.1.4 cut fasteners to length and clean threads
5.1.2.2.1.5 crimp and heat-shrink lugs and splices
5.1.2.2.1.6 devise appropriate rigging and lifting strategies
5.1.2.2.1.7 demonstrate assembly and disassembly methods
5.1.2.2.1.8 demonstrate adjustment and calibration practices
5.1.2.2.1.9 demonstrate repair (for example, adjustment, filing, cleaning) and replacement techniques
5.1.2.2.1.10 inspect and maintain environmentally qualified components and equipment
5.1.2.2.1.11 install piping and conduit supports
5.1.2.2.1.12 install tubing and make up fittings, including capillary instrumentation and instrument valves
5.1.2.2.1.13 lubricate components such as couplings, bearings, motors and valves
5.1.2.2.1.14 maintain parts accountability
5.1.2.2.1.15 operate shop machinery and equipment
5.1.2.2.1.16 perform or simulate post maintenance tests
5.1.2.2.1.17 place compressed gas containers into and out of operations
5.1.2.2.1.18 replace and torque fittings, bolts and other fasteners
5.1.2.2.1.19 replace components such as switches, circuit boards and valve internals
5.1.2.2.1.20 replace and clean filter elements
5.1.2.2.1.21 remove and add refrigerant to air-conditioning systems
5.1.2.2.1.22 remove corrosion from surfaces
5.1.2.2.1.23 select and use tools
5.1.2.2.1.24 use appropriate measuring and test equipment properly (for example, indicator, megger, decade box)
5.1.2.2.1.25- wrap and tape wire
5.1.2.2.2 Describe the following components, equipment and related topics (plant specific):
5.1.2.2.2.1 air handlers
5.1.2.2.2.2 chillers
5.1.2.2.2.3 cleanliness, radiological exposure and contamination control methods
5.1.2.2.3.a simulated foreign material exclusion
5.1.2.2.4 compressors
5.1.2.2.5 control of administrative activities such as completing a work order and providing turnover status to other maintenance personnel
5.1.2.2.6 diesel generators
5.1.2.2.7 effects of changes
5.1.2.2.7a processors
5.1.2.2.7b sensors
5.1.2.2.7c controllers
5.1.2.2.7d adjustments
5.1.2.2.7e calibrations
5.1.2.2.7f tests
5.1.2.2.8 electrical equipment
5.1.2.2.8a circuit breakers
5.1.2.2.8b battery chargers
5.1.2.2.8c inverters
5.1.2.2.8d relays
5.1.2.2.8e transformers
5.1.2.2.8f conductor splicing and terminating
5.1.2.2.9 filters, educators, traps and heat exchangers
5.1.2.2.9a breaching systems and exercise repair, replacement and testing techniques
5.1.2.2.10 human factors problems associated with plant equipment such as inadequate component labeling and working on components from difficult orientations
5.1.2.2.11 influences of harsh environmental conditions such as low lighting and tight working clearances
5.1.2.2.12 instrumentation and processors
5.1.2.2.12a control systems (level, pressure and temperature)
5.1.2.2.13 medium-sized pump and motor packages similar to component cooling or charging water pump assemblies
5.1.2.2.13a seal, bearing and coupling components
5.1.2.2.13b bolt torquing and foreign material exclusion
5.1.2.2.14 oral communications with station personnel involved with maintenance activities
5.1.2.2.15 packing replacement and adjustment
5.1.2.2.16 rotating and processing conditioning equipment
5.1.2.2.17 signal processing equipment
5.1.2.2.17a nuclear instrument cabinets
5.1.2.2.17b radiation monitoring components
5.1.2.2.17c reactor protection system panels
5.1.2.2.18 use of operating experience information
5.1.2.2.19 valves and valve actuators
5.1.2.2.20 valve mockups
5.1.2.2.20a ball, butterfly, gate, globe, check and relief valves
5.1.2.2.20b disassembly and assembly
5.1.2.2.20c cleaning
5.1.2.2.20d lubricating
5.1.2.2.20e inspecting
5.1.2.2.20f seat machining
5.1.2.2.21 valve actuators repair and testing
5.1.2.2.21a motor
5.1.2.2.21b pneumatic
5.1.2.2.21c solenoid
5.1.2.2.22 verification of important safety and status control functions such as checking the tagged boundary and performing an independent verification
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5.2 DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC CURRICULUM FOR MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL: MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS Describe the component types and characteristics, common failure mechanisms, and operating principles of plant components (generic training on power plant machinery/equipment will be followed by plant-specific-training and qualification).
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5.2.1 Describe the operation and use of the following:
5.2.1.1 b structural componentsME-08-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12  
5.2.1.1a typesME-08-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12  
5.2.1.1b structural componentsME-08-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12  
5.2.1.1c accessories/support systemsME-08-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12  
5.2.1.2 compressors including rotary, reciprocating and centrifugalME-06-1, 2, 3, 4  
5.2.1.3 b moving componentsME-11- 1, 2  
5.2.1.3a structural componentsME-11- 2  
5.2.1.3b moving componentsME-11- 1, 2  
5.2.1.3c accessories/support systemsME-11-7  
5.2.1.4 heat exchangersIC-03-5 IC-04-3, 4, 5 IC-05-3  
5.2.1.5 d auxiliary support equipment (such as cooling water heat exchangers, auxiliary impellers and drain systems)ME-02-21  
5.2.1.5a components (such as seals, couplings and gear boxes)ME-02-3  
5.2.1.5b applicationsME-02-12, 13, 17, 18, 19  
5.2.1.5c impact of environmental conditions (such as dust and moisture)ME-02-20  
5.2.1.5d auxiliary support equipment (such as cooling water heat exchangers, auxiliary impellers and drain systems)ME-02-21  DOCChemical and Oily Waste Water

DOCExtraction Steam and Heater Drain Instructor Notes

DOCFuel Pool Cooling and Cleanup System Instructor Notes

5.2.1.6 strainers, filters and traps (such as demineralizers, screens and centrifuges)ME-05-1, 2  
5.2.1.7 steam trapsME-04-1 ME-05-1, 2  
5.2.1.8 steam turbinesME-10-5, 6  
5.2.1.8a constructionME-10-2, 3, 4, 5,  
5.2.1.8b main componentsME-10-2, 3, 4  
5.2.1.8c accessories/support systemsME-10-8  
5.2.1.9 structural and auxiliary equipmentPPTAuxiliary Mechanical Equipment
5.2.1.9a hangers and snubbersME-12-1  
5.2.1.9b hoists and cranesPPTElevator Systems, Hoists & Cranes

PPTHoists and Cranes

PPTInitial Riggings
5.2.1.9c boilersPPTBoilers and Thermic Fluid Heaters

5.2.1.10 valves and dampersME-01-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 ME-08-12,  PPTValves

PPTPneumatic Control Valves
5.2.1.10a applicationsME-01-5, 8, 9 ME-08-12,  
5.2.1.10b functionsME-01-1, 5, 8, 9,  
5.2.1.10c componentsME-01-2, 3, 9  
5.2.1.10d position indicationME-01-13, 14, 15  
5.2.1.10e actuatorsIC-06-1  
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5.2.2 Explain the following systems in detail:
5.2.2.1 auxiliary feedwater or reactor core isolation cooling systemsDOC Auxiliary Feedwater System


PPTAuxiliary Feedwater System Powerpoint/a>


PPT
Digital Feedwater Control Systems


PDFDigital Feedwater Control Systems/a>
5.2.2.2 auxiliary steam systems, including boilersPPTBoilers and Thermic Fluid Heaters
5.2.2.3 chemical volume control or reactor water cleanup systemsPPTChemical and Volume Control System

5.2.2.4 chilled water systemsPPTChilled Water Systems
5.2.2.5 circulating water systemsPPTMain Circulating Water & Condensate Systems
5.2.2.6 condensate, feedwater and polisher (demineralizer) systemsPPTChemistry and Radcon


PPTMain Circulating Water & Condensate Systems

PPTWater Treatment

DOC Condensate and Feedwater Systems Instructor Notes


PPTDigital Feedwater Control Systems

PDFDigital Feedwater Control Systems
5.2.2.7 charging water or control rod drive hydraulics systemsPPTChemical and Volume Control System

DOC Chemical and Volume Control Systems_Lesson Plan
5.2.2.8 fire water systems, including pumps and special valvesPPTFire Protection System

PPTFire Detection & Protection System


DOCFire Detection and Protection Instructor Notes

DOC Fire Protection System Water Protection Instructor Notes

5.2.2.9 instrument and station air systemsDOCPrimary Systems


PPT
Air Systems


5.2.2.10 systems that contain important valvesDOCPrimary Systems

PPTAuxiliary Feedwater System Powerpoint

PPTBoiling Water Reactor Systems
5.2.2.11 other systems important to plant operations, such as those covered by technical specificationsPPTChemistry and Radcon


PPTPlant Status
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5.2.3 Perform the following specialized tasks (plant specific)
5.2.3.1 close tolerance machining
5.2.3.2 disassembling and reassembling the reactor vessel head and internals
5.2.3.3 establishing freeze seals
5.2.3.4 installing and removing reactor cavity seal
5.2.3.5 installing and using reactor pressure vessel stud tensioners
5.2.3.6 overhauling and repairing the control rod drive mechanism
5.2.3.7 overhauling the emergency diesel
5.2.3.8 plugging steam generator tubes (PWR)
5.2.3.9 removing and replacing control rod drive mechanism seals
5.2.3.10 replacing reactor coolant pump mechanical seal (PWR)
5.2.3.11 replacing reactor recirculation pump mechanical seal (BWR)
5.2.3.12 reactor internal pump maintenance (ABWR)
5.2.3.13 reduction gear and gear drive work
5.2.3.14 handling specialized rigging operations for jobs such as reactor vessel disassembly or main turbine maintenance
5.2.3.15 installing, inspecting and removing scaffolding
5.2.3.16 silverplating, electroplating
5.2.3.17 steam generator tube plug welding (PWR)
5.2.3.18 tempering and annealing
5.2.3.19 overhauling and aligning the turbine
5.2.3.20 welding (electric arc, gas, inert gas, metal spray)
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5.3 DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC CURRICULUM FOR MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL: ELECTRICAL TECHNICIANS Describe and explain electrical equipment, common failure mechanisms, and operating principles of plant components and be able to apply this knowledge. Generic training on power plant machinery/equipment will be followed by plant-specific training and qualification.
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5.3.1 Diagnose problems and perform maintenance on the following equipment (plant specific)
5.3.1.1 electrical supply components
5.3.1.1a switchgear, load centers and motor control centers
5.3.1.1b transformers
5.3.1.1c inverters and uninterruptible power supplies
5.3.1.1d circuit breakers
5.3.1.1e batteries and chargers
5.3.1.2 electrical control components
5.3.1.2a relays
5.3.1.2b meters
5.3.1.2c control circuits
5.3.1.2d cables
5.3.1.3 resistive electrical equipment
5.3.1.3a heaters
5.3.1.3b heat tracing
5.3.1.4 rotating equipment
5.3.1.4a motors
5.3.1.4b generators
5.3.1.4c motor-generators
5.3.1.5 structural and auxiliary equipment
5.3.1.5a hoists and cranes
5.3.1.5b fire barriers
5.3.1.5c electric boilers
5.3.1.5d elevators
5.3.1.6 valve actuators
5.3.1.6a manual operation
5.3.1.6b testing
5.3.1.6c position indication
5.3.1.6d environmental impact
5.3.2 Explain detailed construction and use of the following:
5.3.2.1 battery systemsES-07-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14  
5.3.2.2 cathodic protection systemsPPTCathodic Protection Systems
5.3.2.3 electrical distribution, including alternating and direct current systemsES-01-3 ES-02-1, 6 ES-03-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 ES-08-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ES-10-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ES-14-1, 2  PPTPlant Overview--Motors
5.3.2.4 emergency power systemsPPTEmergency Power Systems
5.3.2.5 generator excitation and control systemsES-05-1, 8, 11, 12, 13  
5.3.2.6 protective relaying systemsES-14-2, 3  PPTPlant Status
5.3.2.7 reactor protection and containment isolation systemsPPTResidual Heat & Reactor Operation

PPTContainment

PPTReactor Protection System

PPTGaseous Radwaste
5.3.2.8 station heat tracing systems>

PPTResidual Heat & Reactor Operation
5.3.2.9 systems that include large motors such as the reactor coolant, circulating water, service water, condensate and emergency core cooling systems DOC Primary SystemsPPTPPTPlant Overview--Motors

DOCPrimary Systems

PPT Main Circulating Water & Condensate Systems
PPT
Emergency Power Systems

PPTCondensate and Feedwater Systems Instructor Notes
5.3.2.10 transformer systems and auxiliariesES-11- 12, 13, 14, 16  
5.3.2.11 other systems import to plant operations such as those covered by technical specificationsPPTChemistry and Radcon

PPTPlant Status
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5.3.3 Perform the following specialized tasks (plant specific)
5.3.3.1 breaker operation, setting, adjustment and repair
5.3.3.2 motor-operated valve diagnostic testing
5.3.3.3 motor overhauls
5.3.3.4 high potential (hi-pot) tests
5.3.3.5 stress relief of major components
5.3.3.6 high voltage connection preparation
5.3.3.7 relay setting, adjustment, calibration and repair
5.3.3.8 special soldering
5.3.3.9 tempering and annealing
5.3.3.10 battery load testing
5.3.3.11 switchgear testing
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5.4 DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC CURRICULUM FOR MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL: INSTRUMENT & CONTROL TECHNICIANS Describe general systems and components, focusing on the in-depth knowledge required for specific jobs tailored to the individual maintenance discipline. Building on the general system and component knowledge, describe the in-depth requirements for specific jobs tailored to the instrument and control maintenance discipline. Plant generic training on power plant machinery/equipment will be followed by plant-specific training and qualification.
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5.4.1 Describe the following (generic):
5.4.1.1 advanced electronics theory, including operational amplifiers, integrated circuits and solid state circuitryPPTElectronic Controls

All About Circuts
5.4.1.2 digital electronics, including the different type of logics used and methods for programming and controlling circuit timingPPTElectronic Controls

PPTReactor Regulating Systems
All About Circuts

Time Delay Relays
5.4.1.3 electrical circuit and instrument loop schematicsES-03-4 ES-10-15  PPTLoop Calibration, Control & Troubleshooting

PPTElectrical Prints and Drawings
All About Circuts
5.4.1.4 pneumatic and hydraulic valve operator fundamentalsIC-06- 1  PPTElectronic Controls

PPTValves and Operation

PPTPneumatic Control Valves

PPTValves
Kirk, F.W., Weedon, T.A. and Kirk, P. Instrumentation, 5th ed. Homewood, Il; American Technical Publishers, Inc., 2010, ch.39-41, ch. 43, p. 516  
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5.4.1.5 principles of operation for the following types of radiation detectors:
5.4.1.5e fission chamberIC-09-10  PPTRadiation Detection Principles & Instruments

DOCRadiaton Detection Principles and Instruments_Instructor Notes


PPTValves

PPTRad Measurements Instruments

DOCRad measurement Lab Counting Instruments Lesson Plan

DOCRad Measurements Instrument Instructor Notes
5.4.1.5f self-powered neutron detectorIC-09- 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 15  PPTRadiation Detection Principles & Instruments

DOCRad Measurements Instrument Lesson Plan

PDFSelf-Powered Neutron Detectors
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5.4.2 Diagnose problems and perform maintenance on the following components (plant specific)
5.4.2.1 electronic equipment
5.4.2.1a computers/microprocessors
5.4.2.1b analyzers
5.4.2.1c signal converters
5.4.2.2 electrical components
5.4.2.2a power supplies
5.4.2.2b transformers
5.4.2.2c breakers
5.4.2.2d relays
5.4.2.3 fire barriers
5.4.2.4 hoists and cranes
5.4.2.5 instrumentation components, including problems associated with placing components into or out of service (such as valving transmitters being placed into service)
5.4.2.5a sensors and detectors
5.4.2.5b transmitters and indicators
5.4.2.5c recorders and annunciators
5.4.2.5d controllers and positioners
5.4.2.6 structural and auxiliary equipment
5.4.2.7 valve actuators
5.4.2.7a manual operations
5.4.2.7b alignment for remote control and/or automatic operation
5.4.2.7c testing
5.4.2.7d position indication
5.4.2.7e impact of environmental conditions
5.4.3 Describe the following:
5.4.3.1 emergency core cooling systems including actuation instrumentationPPTFire Protection System

DOCPrimary Systems

PPTPlant Status


DOCFuel Pool Cooling and Cleanup System Lesson Plan

DOCReactor Coolant System Lesson Plan


DOCSafe Shutdown Cooling Water Systems Lesson Plan
5.4.3.2 extraction steam control systemsPPTNuclear Plant Systems

DOCMain Steam System Lesson Plan

DOCExtraction Steam and Heater Drain Lesson Plan

DOCPrimary Systems

DOCExtraction Steam and Heater Drain Instructor Notes
5.4.3.3 fire protection systemsPPTFire Protection System

PPTFire Detection & Protection System


DOCFire Detection and Protection Lesson Plan

DOCFire Protection System Water Protection Lesson Plan

DOCFire Protection System Water Protection Instructor Notes

DOC
Fire Protection Carbon Dioxide System Lesson Plan

DOCFire Protection Carbon Dioxide System Instructor Notes

DOCFire Protection System Halon Instructor Notes

DOCFire Protection System Halon Lesson Plan

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5.4.3.4 feedwater control systemsDOCPrimary Systems

DOCAuxiliary Feedwater System

DOCCondensate And Feedwater Systems Lesson Plan

PPTDigital Feedwater Control Systems


PDFDigital Feedwater Control Systems
5.4.3.5 instrument air systems, including major pneumatically-operated componentsPPTPneumatic Instruments


PPTPneumatic Control Valves


5.4.3.6 neutron monitoring systemsIC-09-11, 12, 14  PPTNeutron Monitoring

PDFExcore Neutron Flux Monitoring System

PDF Safety Channel Excore Lesson Plan
5.4.3.7 radiation monitoring systemsIC-09-1, 9  
5.4.3.8 reactor protection systemsDOCPrimary Systems

PPTReactor Protection System
5.4.3.9 reactivity control instrumentation systems, such as rod control in pressurized water reactors and recirculation flow control in boiling water reactorsPPTResidual Heat & Reactor Operation

PPT
Reactor Operations


DOCPrimary Systems

PPTReactor Regulating Systems

PDFReactor Regulating System Lesson Plan

5.4.3.11 other engineered safeguards instrumentation systems such as the containment isolation systemsDOCPrimary Systems

PPTContainment

PPTReactor Protection System

PPTRP Technician Training Engineering Controls

PPT
Gaseous Radwaste
5.4.3.12 other systems important to plant operations such as those covered by the technical specificationsPPTChemistry and Radcon

DOCPrimary Systems


PPTPlant Status
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5.4.4 Troubleshoot and repair the following systems and equipment (plant specific)
5.4.4.1 analytical equipment
5.4.4.2 circuit boards
5.4.4.3 computers
5.4.4.4 nuclear instruction systems
5.4.4.5 reactor protection and engineered safeguard systems
5.4.4.6 rod control and rod position indication equipment
5.4.4.7 turbine control system
5.4.4.8 variable-speed pump controls