ENHANCED CHARACTERIZATION OF THE REPOSITORY BLOCK REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENT (ECRB-RD)

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This Enhanced Characterization of the Repository Block Requirements Document (ECRB-RD) provides applicable design and construction requirements for the Enhanced Characterization of the Repository Block (ECRB) East-West Drift and its associated equipment. This document also identifies the applicable requirements from the Exploratory Studies Facilities Design Requirements (ESFDR) Document (YMPICM-00 19, Revision 2, ICN- 1) for design and construction of the ECRB East-West Drift, ground support, constructor support utilities and components. These requirements have been tailored specifically for the ECRB East-West Drift design and construction. The allocated requirements for the ECRB East-West Drift are in Sections III through VI. The requirements in ... continued below

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Teraoka, G.M. March 18, 1998.

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This Enhanced Characterization of the Repository Block Requirements Document (ECRB-RD) provides applicable design and construction requirements for the Enhanced Characterization of the Repository Block (ECRB) East-West Drift and its associated equipment. This document also identifies the applicable requirements from the Exploratory Studies Facilities Design Requirements (ESFDR) Document (YMPICM-00 19, Revision 2, ICN- 1) for design and construction of the ECRB East-West Drift, ground support, constructor support utilities and components. These requirements have been tailored specifically for the ECRB East-West Drift design and construction. The allocated requirements for the ECRB East-West Drift are in Sections III through VI. The requirements in sections III through VI contain requirement numbers from the ESFDR, Rev 2, ICN-1 for reference back to the ESFDR. Each requirement in the ECRB-RD also identifies a trace to the Site Design and Test Requirements Document (YMP/CM-0021, Rev. 2, ICN-1) and 10CFR60 similar to the style used in the ESFDR. These traces to 10CFR60 are consistent with the 1995 version of 10CFR60 used by the SD&TRD and the ESFDR. Those ESFDR requirements statements that were technically modified are identified as such and those that were derived as part of this allocation are also identified. An activity evaluation has been performed in accordance with QAP-2-0 and has determined that the QA program is applicable to this document. Therefore, the development of this document was performed in compliance with QAP-3-5, Revision 7, Development of Technical Documents and checked and reviewed in compliance with Section 5.3. This is consistent with the IOC from R. Stambaugh to M. Lugo on the subject of ECRB-RD, Revision 1, TDPP Applicability (LV.SEI.,RMS.03/98-0 12, Dated 3/12/98). The ECRB East-West Drift includes those excavated underground openings to support enhanced characterization testing activities for the repository block and provides potential extension for access to the Calico Hills formation. These openings may include a launch chamber, drifts, alcoves, and niches. The ECRB East-West Drift will contain a ground support system, which will control the configuration and stability of the opening and provide personnel protection against potential falls of loose rock.

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  • Report No.: BAB000000-01717-5705-00013 REV 01
  • Grant Number: AC01-91RW00134
  • DOI: 10.2172/883424 | External Link
  • Office of Scientific & Technical Information Report Number: 883424
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc891740

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Teraoka, G.M. ENHANCED CHARACTERIZATION OF THE REPOSITORY BLOCK REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENT (ECRB-RD), report, March 18, 1998; Las Vegas, Nevada. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc891740/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.