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DOE-STD-1073-2003
Configuration Management
APPENDIX G - CONDUCT OF WALKDOWNS
This appendix provides an overview and discussion of selected key issues related to
configuration management walkdowns.
A generic configuration management component walkdown procedure is provided for use
in developing detailed walkdown procedures. The following discussion addresses
selected key issues that should be considered when developing a walkdown program.
Walkdown Objectives. The objectives of the configuration management walkdowns are
to:
 Establish the as-found physical configuration of the facility and
 Identify any discrepancies between the as-found configuration and associated
facility documentation.
Critical Component Characteristics. Central to the success of the walkdown effort is the
identification of critical component characteristics. These characteristics provide the
structure for the component data sheets, which are used to collect, document, and
transmit the data for inclusion into the equipment database. Prior to the commencement
of the configuration management walkdowns, critical characteristics for each system and
component should be identified in the walkdown procedures. Acceptable sources for
these characteristics are the available design requirements, industry codes and standards,
comparison of the critical characteristics with similar systems and components, and
engineering judgment. The following are examples of some critical characteristics for
mechanical, electrical, and instrumentation and control components:
Mechanical Components:
Component number
Flow diagram number
Manufacturer
Model number
Serial number
Style/type
System
Size (e.g., pipe size, flow, critical velocity, etc.)
Pressure rating
Temperature rating
Material
Operator type (if applicable)
Orientation
Other (e.g., locking devices, extensions, etc.)
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