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Incident sequence analysis

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Methodical examination of the sequence of an incident. The incident sequence analysis is used to determine physical, chemical and technical processes during the course of an incident as well as to establish its effect regarding type and quantity of radionuclides released during the incident. The possible conclusions on the quality of the examined technical system based on the incident sequence analysis generally result in measures designed to increase system safety and reliability.

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