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  • ROAD-MAP OF INDIGENIZATION OF NDE/ISI PROGRAMME OF NPPS IN PAKISTAN (Tahir Nazir) Dy. Chief Engineer NCNDT, PAEC

  • PRESENTATION OUTLINE

    Introduction of NCNDT

    Nuclear Power Plants (NPP,s) in Pakistan

    PSI/ISI of Nuclear Power Plants (NPP,s) in Pakistan

    ISI of Industrial Plants in Pakistan

    Contribution of IAEA in Development of Human Resources and Inspection Facilities of NCNDT

    Future Plans and Goal

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  • INTRODUCTION OF NATIONAL CENTRE FOR NON-DESTRUCTIVE

    (NCNDT)

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  • The NCNDT is housed in 05-storeyed building having a

    covered area of about 3300 square meters with

    properly designed:

    Laboratories

    Lecture Halls

    Offices

    Meeting Rooms

    150-Seat Auditorium

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    INTRODUCTION TO NCNDT

  • LABORATORIES

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    MT / VT Lab

    Concrete Testing Lab ET Lab

    UT Lab

  • MAJOR ACTIVITIES OF NCNDT

    Inspection & Testing Services to PAEC and National Industry

    Training and Qualification of Inspection Personnel

    Equipment Calibration Services

    Third Party Inspection Services

    Mechanical and Metallographic Testing Services

    Failure Analysis and Condition Assessment

    Research and Development

    Promotion of Pakistan Society for NDT (PASNT)

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  • HISTORY Year Achievements

    1971-95

    NDT Group Started at PINSTECH

    Lead Trainers got certified through IAEA

    Provision of Training & Inspection Services to PAEC & National Industry

    1995-2000 Establishment of NCNDT

    Developed Training Manuals for IAEA

    2000-05 Started ISI in Conventional Island of NPPs

    Hold National Conferences on NDT

    2005-10 Started ISI of different Piping System Welds in Nuclear Island of NPPs

    2010-16

    2016-17

    Started ISI of Components Welds

    RT of SG Nozzles Dissimilar Metal Welds

    ET of Steam Generator Tubes

    PSI of C-3/C-4

  • CAPABILITIES (HUMAN RESOURCE)

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    Engineers and Scientists 22

    PhD 3

    MS Engineering 14

    MSc Physics 1

    BS Engineering 4

    Technical Staff 95

    Administrative Staff 6

    Total 123

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    RT UT PT MT ET VT LT

    Level-1 Level-2 Level-3

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    * Some Persons have certificates in more than one NDT method

    CAPABILITIES (HUMAN RESOURCE) Certified NDT Personnel at NCNDT

  • CAPABILITIES (EQUIPMENT) Ultrasonic Testing

    Ultrasonic Flaw Detectors (digital) USM 36 SX USM 35 SX USM 58L USM GO

    Ultrasonic Thickness Meters Pocket Mike DMS-2 DM 4DL WM2 MMX-6L TI-MVX

    Time of Flight Diffraction (TOFD)

    Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing (PAUT)

    Motorized WeldRover Scanner/Semi Automatic and Hand Scanners 12

  • CAPABILITIES (EQUIPMENT)

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    Analog Flaw Detectors Digital Flaw Detectors

    OmniScan with Motorized WeldRover Scanner

    Phased Array Equipment

  • CAPABILITIES (EQUIPMENT)

    Radiographic Testing X-Ray Machines

    Andrex Smart 225 kV Andrex 300KV YXLON International Andrex Smart 200 and 300 kV Isovolt Titan-E GE Inspection Technologies 225 kV

    Gamma Ray Sources Iridium-192 (Many sources)

    Cobalt-60

    Film Viewers

    Densitometers

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  • CAPABILITIES (EQUIPMENT)

    Radiographic Testing Manual Film Processor

    Automatic Film Processor

    Film Dryer

    Reference Radiographs (ASTM and IIW)

    Equipment for Digital Industrial Radiography (DIR)

    X-Ray Film Digitizer

    Computed Radiography System (Durr CR-35)

    Fluoroscopic System Developed at NCNDT

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  • CAPABILITIES (EQUIPMENT)

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    X-Ray Machine Ir-192 Source

    Interpretation Room Exposure Room

  • CAPABILITIES (EQUIPMENT)

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    Film Digitizer Digital Fluoroscopy system

    Imaging Plate Scanner Durr CR-35

  • CAPABILITIES (EQUIPMENT) Magnetic Particle Test Equipment

    Portable Magnetizing Units (Prod, Coil, Center Conductor)

    AC/DC Yokes & Permanent Magnets

    Magnetization Coil

    Residual Field Strength Meter

    UV Lights

    Demagnetizers

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  • CAPABILITIES (EQUIPMENT)

    Liquid Penetrant Testing Penetrant Test Materials (Visible and Fluorescent)

    UV Lights

    Ultrasonic Cleaner

    UV light meters

    Thermometer (Digital/distance)

    Visible Light/Lux Meter

    Comparator blocks

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  • CAPABILITIES (EQUIPMENT)

    Visual Testing Videoscope

    (7.5m, 6mm dia, Stereo Measurement)

    Magnifiers/Mirrors

    Hand-held Microscope (100 X)

    Boroscope

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  • CAPABILITIES (EQUIPMENT)

    Eddy Current Testing Eddy Current Flaw Detectors

    MS 5800 Multiscan, MAD 8D, Phasec 2D Phasec 3D EEC-39 RFT ECT48 EM-3300

    Eddy Current Conductivity Meter

    Coating thickness gauge

    Depth Gauge

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  • CAPABILITIES (EQUIPMENT)

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    Calibration Tubes

    EM 3300 MS 5800 Multi Scan and EFC 39 RFT

    ECT 48 LB

  • CAPABILITIES (EQUIPMENT)

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    Infra-Red Thermographic Camera Wire Rope Testing Equipment

    Strain Gauging System

  • INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION

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    Collaboration between Pakistan and Sri Lanka in the field of NDT

    MoU has been signed for exchanging know-how including NDT.

    Chairman AEC Sri Lanka visited NCNDT in Nov. 2012

  • TRAINING MATERIAL DEVELOPED BY NCNDT AND REVIEWED AND FINALIZED BY IAEA

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    IAEA Document No. Title

    TCS No. 03, 1992

    TCS No. 09, 1999

    TCS No. 10, 1999

    TCS No. 11, 2000

    Industrial Radiography

    Industrial Management and

    Quality Control Personnel

    Ultrasonic Testing of Materials

    Liquid Penetrant and

    Magnetic Particle Testing

  • TRAINING MATERIAL DEVELOPED BY NCNDT AND REVIEWED AND FINALIZED BY IAEA

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    STATUS OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS (NPPs) IN PAKISTAN

  • NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS (NPPs) IN PAKISTAN

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  • NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS (NPPs) IN PAKISTAN Operating Reactors in Pakistan

    Reactor Province Type MWe gross MWe net Construction start

    Commercial operation

    Karachi 1 Sindh PHWR 137 90 1966 December 1972

    Chashma 1 Punjab PWR 325 300 1993 June 2000

    Chashma 2 Punjab PWR 325 300 2005 May 2011

    Chashma 3 Punjab PWR 340 330 May 2011 December 2016

    Total (4) 1127 operating

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  • NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS (NPPs) IN PAKISTAN Nuclear Power Reactors Under Construction

    Reactor Province Type MWe gross MWe net Construction start

    Planned Commercial operation

    Chashma 4 Punjab PWR 340 330 Dec 2011 May 2017

    Kanupp- 2 Sindh PWR 1100 1100 Aug 2015 late 2021

    Kanupp-3 Sindh PWR 1100 1100 May 2016 late 2022

    Total (3) 2540

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  • NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS (NPPs) IN PAKISTAN Nuclear Power Reactors Planned for Construction in near Future

    Reactor Province Type MWe gross.

    Chashma 5 Punjab PWR 1000

    Muzaffargarh-1 Punjab PWR 1000

    Muzaffargarh-2 Punjab PWR 1000

    Total (3)

    3000

    Government has set a target of 8,000 MWe. Electricity from Nuclear Power Plants by 2030.

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    IN-SERVICES INSPECTION (ISI) OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS

    (NPPs) IN PAKISTAN

  • ISI OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS

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    Activity Nuclear Power Plant

    In-Service Inspection (ISI)

    Chashma Nuclear Power Plant UNIT # 1 (C-1)

    Chashma Nuclear Power Plant UNIT # 2 (C-2)

    Karachi Nuclear Power Plant (KANUPP)

  • CHASHMA NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS UNIT-1 (C-1), UNIT-2 (C-2)

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  • ISI OF C-1 AND C-2 Reference Codes

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    Nuclear Power Plant Reference Code Chashma Nuclear Power Plant UNIT # 1

    ASME Section XI (Rules for In-service Inspection of Nuclear Power Plant Components 2007 (1989)

    Chashma Nuclear Power Plant UNIT # 2

    ASME Section XI (Rules for In-service Inspection of Nuclear Power Plant Components 2001

  • ISI OF C-1 AND C-2

    Inspection Program

    NOTE:

    (1) If the first period completion percentage for any examination category exceed 34%, at least 16 % of the required examination shall be performed in the second period.

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    Inspection interval

    Inspection period, calendar Years of

    Plant Service Within the Interval

    Minimum Examinations Competed, %

    Maximum Examinations Credited, %

    All 3 7

    10

    16 50 (1)

    100

    50 75

    100

  • ISI OF C-1 AND C-2

    The Regulatory Body:

    In Pakistan, The Pakistan Nuclear Regulatory Authority (PNRA) is responsible for Licensing and Supervision, and Regulates the Safety and Security of all Civil Nuclear Materials and Facilities.

    They also undertakes Audits and Periodic Reviews

    NCNDT is the only Inspection Organization in Pakistan, authorized by PNRA to perform PSI/ISI of NPP,s.

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    ISI OF C-1 AND C-2

  • ISI OF C-1 AND C-2

    Ins