Korean Utility Requirements (KUR)

The Korean Standard Requirements Document (KSRD) was completed in 1990 and defines the requirements for the Korean Standard Power Plant Design, the generation of PWRs that were built in the mid-late 1990s. It has some similarities with parts of the EPRI URD but aims to reflect the wishes of the Koreans to develop their own design and construction capability.

User requirements for future plant designs began in 1993 with the objective of developing particular features and characteristics of future reactors suitable for Korea. The development of the requirements is being carried out in such a way that the requirements are being made available ahead of the design work of the Korean Next Generation Reactor.

Other requirements’ documents have been produced to support specific tendering specifications, e. g. the Taiwan power company requirements document was produced to support the Lungmen project in the mid-1990s.

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