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RESEARCH PAPERS

Modeling of Earthquake Motions for Seismic Design of Critical Facilities: Revision of Licensing Criteria of NPP

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Heki Shibata

 University of Tokyo, 1-5-203 Sakurajousui 4, Setagaya, Tokyo 156-0045, Japanhshibata@iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp

J. Pressure Vessel Technol 128(4), 486-501 (Oct 24, 2005) (16 pages) doi:10.1115/1.2141637 History: Received October 20, 2005; Revised October 24, 2005

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Figure 11

Example of ground surface movement. (Photo © Nikkei News P. Co.).

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Figure 12

Train derailed by July 26, 2003 earthquake. (Photo © Yomiuri News P. Co.).

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Figure 13

Train derailed by Niigata Chuetsu earthquake, 2004. (Photo © Japan Railway, East Co.).

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Figure 14

Acceleration records of Aug. 16, 2005, at Onagawa NPP, depth=8.6(36-37)

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Tank fire caused by off-Tokachi Earthquake in Tomakomae, 2004. (Photo © Nikkei News P. Co.).

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Comparison between design response spectrum and those of Aug. 16, 2005 earthquake at Onagawa NPP (36-37)

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Figure 17

Failure of Shin-Sendai (Miyagi) switching station by May 26, 2003 earthquake (36)

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Figure 18

Structure of headquarters for earthquake research promotion (3)

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Figure 19

A part of probabilistic intensity map for next 30years by HERP (39)

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Figure 20

Hazard curves in function of frequencies and seismic years (4)

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Figure 21

Response spectrum defined in RG 1.60 and evaluation by EPRI (4)

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Figure 22

Photo of cracked elbow and analysis by NIED and YNU (32)

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Figure 23

Probabilistic evaluation of response curve (4)

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Figure 24

Maneuver after a seismic event proposed by the author (1)

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Small cottage turned upside-down by July 26, 2003 earthquake. (Photo © Yomiuri News P. Co.).

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Asperity; Kobe earthquake (38)

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Examples of synthesized acceleration time histories San Fernando and Northridge, US and their asperities (9)

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Figure 7

Typical examples of attenuation curves and data, difference between earthquake in cruster and in slab (19)

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Seismic induced failure of Onagawa nuclear power plant in May 26, 2003 earthquake (17)

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Figure 5

SN curve (ASME) with the results of ratcheting by NIED (32)

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Figure 4

The concept of seismic margin (15)

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Figure 3

Standard design basis response spectrum, so-called Oosaki’s spectrum (14)

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Figure 2

Omote map: Comparison of maps; original and 2003 versions ((3); original: Kakimi and Matsuda (40))

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Figure 1

The first nuclear power plant in Japan and number of plants per year in following years ((1), Original Photo JAPCO)

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