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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 工學院  > 工業工程與工程管理學系 > 期刊論文 >  Application control chart concepts of designing a pre-alarm system in the nuclear power plant control room

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    Title: Application control chart concepts of designing a pre-alarm system in the nuclear power plant control room
    Authors: Hwang, Sheue-Ling;Lin, Jhih-Tsong;Liang, Guo-Feng;Yau, Yi-Jan;Yenn, Tzu-Chung;Hsu, Chong-Cheng
    教師: 黃雪玲
    Date: 2008
    Publisher: Elsevier
    Relation: Nuclear Engineering and Design, Volume 238, Issue 12, December 2008, Pages 3522-3527
    Keywords: Simulated annealing
    Power plants
    Nuclear power plants
    Nuclear industry
    Nuclear energy
    Electric power plants
    Alarm systems
    Control rooms (power plants)
    Abstract: This study applied the concepts of the Shewhart control chart to design a pre-alarm system for the nuclear power plant control room. As a support in detecting faults, the pre-alarm system reminded the operators of a change in the system state in its early stages. Two pre-alarm types were designed to compare with the original system, and all participants were requested to monitor each simulated system under both normal and abnormal states. The tasks for the participants included shutting down the reactor, searching for procedures, monitoring system parameters and executing secondary tasks. In each trial, the task performance, mental workload and situation awareness (SA) of the participants were measured. Results indicated that participants had lower mental workload, but equal SA, when monitoring the system with either type of pre-alarm designs, and lower alarm frequency and higher secondary task performance were obtained with the pre-alarm design. Therefore, the pre-alarm system effectively assisted the operators in monitoring tasks.
    URI: http://www.elsevier.com/
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