SUBGROUP ON HIGH TEMPERATURE REACTORS (BPV III)
 
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Subgroup on High Temperature Reactors (HTRs) oversees the development of rules for high temperature reactors. The rules of Division 5 shall constitute the requirements for materials, design, fabrication, examination, testing, inspection, overpressure protection, certification, stamping and preparation of reports. Subgroup on HTRs shall also establish liaisons to facilitate the exchange of technical information with other Sections of the ASME Codes and Standards. 


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Associated Committee Pages
Special Working Group on High Temperature Reactor Stakeholders (SG HTR)(BPV III)
Working Group Analysis Methods (SG-HTR)(BPV III)
Working Group Allowable Stress Criteria (SG-HTR)(BPV III)
Working Group Creep-Fatigue and Negligible Creep (SG-HTR)(BPV III)
Working Group High Temperature Flaw Evaluation (SG-HTR)(BPV III)
Working Group on Inelastic Analysis Methods (SG-HTR)(BPV III)
Working Group on Nonmetallic Design and Materials (SG HTR)(BPV III)
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BPV Committee on Construction of Nuclear Facility Components (III)
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BPV III Executive Committee
Subcommittee on Design (BPV III)
Subgroup on Component Design (SC-D) (BPV III)
Subgroup on Containment Systems for Spent Nuclear Fuel and High-Level Radioactive Material (BPV III)
Subgroup on Design Methods (SC-D)(BPV III)
Subgroup on Fusion Energy Devices (BPV III)
Subgroup on Materials, Fabrication and Examination (BPV III)
 
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