Scanned-in pages from EG&G Mound Applied Technologies' February 1997 LWRHU FSAR
Light Weight Radioisotpe Heater Unit
Final Safety Analysis Report
for the Cassini Mission
My apologies for any complaints about the quality of the scans.
Note: The webmaster for the STOP CASSINI web site has a minor
affiliation with EG&G Mound Applied Technologies. In 1989 they purchased
a copy of my
Russell's "P11" Animation Machine for about $60.00 and upgraded at least
once. Until receiving the document which has been partially scanned
at these pages, I have had not other affiliation with EG&G. However,
this is certainly enough of an affiliation to feel it should be mentioned,
because my software business traditionally tends to be favorably
inclined towards its customers. See our
STOP CASSINI Newsletter #32
for a discussion of these documents.
- Cover page.
- EG&G Mound Applied Technologies LWRHU FSAR for the Cassini Mission. Preliminary Release.
- U. S. Government DOE Memorandum
- This sheet contains the following statement: "This preliminary release of the FSAR does not constitute a formal Department of Energy release of the FSAR in support of the launch approval process. It is provided to describe the methodologies which were used as the basis for the information presented in the SEIS."
- Prepared by, Reviewed by, and Approved by signatures for this document.
- Page i
- Executive Summary
- Page ii
- Exectutive Summary (conclusion.)
- Page 1-1
- Section 1.0: Introduction.
- Page 6-05
- Indicates the number of Curies in each RHU and other physical properties.
- Page 7-35
- Section 7.7: (Accident Scenarios) VVEJGA Inadvertent Reentry
- Page 7-36
- Section 7.7: (Accident Scenarios) VVEJGA Inadvertent Reentry (Continued)
- Page 7-37
- Section 7.7: (Accident Scenarios) VVEJGA Inadvertent Reentry (Conclusion)
- Page 7-38
- Table 7-3: VVEJGA Variabilities and Uncertainties.
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