Pre-Application Information for the NuScale Design
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has a policy of encouraging early discussions (prior to submission of a license application) with potential applicants (such as utilities and reactor designers) to offer licensing guidance and to identify and resolve potential licensing issues early in the licensing process. Pre-application reviews began in the second quarter of CY 2008 and, following a brief pause in 2011, ended in the third quarter of CY 2016. The Design-Specific Review Standard (DSRS) for NuScale Small Modular Reactor Design has been developed to provide guidance to the NRC technical staff for review of those areas of the NuScale design that are not covered by the existing NRC Standard Review Plan (SRP) (NUREG-0800). The draft NuScale DSRS was available for public comment in July 2015. The final DSRS was released in August 2016.
For additional information, please use the Advanced Web Search feature of our Agencywide Documents Access and Management System (ADAMS).
Go to Advanced Web Search and click on"Begin Web-Based ADAMS Search," then click on the "Advanced Search" tab at the top of the page. Go to "Document Properties" and click on the box under the word "Property." On the drop down menu select "Docket Number." Then click on the box under Value and enter PROJ0769. Then click on"Search." To expand the list of documents, to as many as 500 documents, go to the bottom right of the page where it says "Displaying" and use the drop down menu to select the number of items you want displayed. The list of NuScale documents will come up and you can sort by Document Title, Accession Number, Date Added, and Document Date.
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