Nuclear energy, nuclear technologies, and radiological protection — Vocabulary — Part 5: Nuclear reactors
ISO 12749-5:2018 encompasses the collection of terms, definitions, notes and examples corresponding to nuclear reactors, excluding quantitative data. It provides the minimum essential information for each nuclear reactor concept represented by a single term. Full understanding of concepts requires background knowledge of the nuclear field. It is intended to facilitate communication and promote common understanding. The scope of ISO 12749-5:2018 covers the whole field of nuclear reactors at a broad surface level.
Énergie nucléaire, technologies nucléaires, et radioprotection — Vocabulaire — Partie 5: Réacteurs nucléaires
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Nuclear energy, nuclear technologies,
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Énergie nucléaire, technologies nucléaires, et radioprotection —
Partie 5: Réacteurs nucléaires
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1 Scope . 1
2 Normative references . 1
3 Terms and definitions . 1
Annex A (informative) Methodology used in the development of the vocabulary .34
Alphabetical index .47
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