United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment


ACCESSION #: 9711170044



SIEMENS



November 7, 1997

HDC:97:124



Document Control Desk

ATTN: Chief, Planning, Program and Management Support Branch

U.S.  Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Washington, D.C.  20555



Completion of Interim Report of Evaluations of a Deviation Pursuant to 10

CFR 21.21 (a)(2)



Ref.: 1.  Letter, H.  Donald Curet (SPC) to Document Control Desk,

          "Interim Report of Evaluation of a Deviation Pursuant to 10 CFR

          21.21(a)(2)," June 26, 1997.



Ref.: 2.  Letter, H.  Donald Curet (SPC) to Document Control Desk,

          "Interim Report of Evaluation of a Deviation Pursuant to 10 CFR

          21.21 (a)(2)," July 11, 1997.



The following interim reports 97-002 and 97-003 and 97-004 were provided

to the NRC by reference letters 1 and 2, respectively, pursuant to the

requirements of 10 CFR 21 to submit an interim report on issues that will

not be completed within 60 days of discovery:



97-002    "Robinson Shutdown Margin and Steam Line Break,"



97-003    "Error in Local Power Distribution and View Factors for

          Gadolinia Fuel in LBLOCA Radiation Model," and



97-004    "Critical Power Methodology for ATRIUM [Trademark] - 10."



The evaluations related to these interim reports were completed as

scheduled and none of the evaluations resulted in a 10 CFR 21 reportable

defect.  The closure of interim report 97-004 was the submittal of the

topical report EMF-1997(P), "ANFB-10 Critical Power Correlation" to the

NRC for review and approval.



Very truly yours,



H.  Donald Curet, Manager

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