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DOE-STD-3014-96
sectional area of missile, and impact angle. These parameters reasonably
represent the important characteristics of the aircraft types that are included in the
subcategory. Alternatively, one or more critical aircraft may be selected,
considering all contributing aircraft subcategories for the particular site.
Guidelines for selecting these critical aircraft are provided in Chapter 6, along with
guidelines for selecting critical impact locations and impact angles. Interactions
between safety and nonsafety systems, structures, and components are also
considered. If the structural response evaluation indicates that the facility
(including any equipment supported by the structure) meets the structural
response evaluation guidelines (Section 4.3) for all impact locations of all aircraft
subcategories considered, the risk is deemed small and the results are
documented. If the guidelines are exceeded for any impact location and for any of
the aircraft subcategories considered, the analysis should proceed to the next
step.
Inputs:
a.
The structural response evaluation guideline. (Defined)
b.
Design information for the representative aircraft used as a surrogate
for the aircraft types contained in the aircraft subcategory (mass,
speed, angle of impact, mass distribution, etc.). (Defined)
c.
A list of aircraft subcategories that contribute to exceeding the
impact frequency evaluation guideline. (Derived)
d.
Structural design information for the facility. (Available from existing
facility design documents)
e.
A list of, and design information about, SSCs whose failure could
result in a release. (Available from existing facility safety analyses)
f.
The location of hazardous material within the facility and accident
scenario information. (Available from existing facility design,
operation, and safety analysis documents)
Outputs:
a.
A list of aircraft types or subcategories whose impact into the facility
could result in facility damage (if any) potentially leading to a release.
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