physical barrier

physical barrier
fizinis barjeras statusas Aprobuotas sritis branduolinė sauga apibrėžtis Tinklinė ar aklina tvora, pastato sienos, lubos ar grindys, pagamintos iš akmens, plytų, šlakbetonio blokų, betono, plieno ar panašių medžiagų, arba panašios konstrukcijos sienos (ne pastato dalys), arba bet kokia kita fizinė užtvara, sukonstruota taip ir iš tokių medžiagų, kad pažeidėjai būtų užlaikomi maksimaliai. atitikmenys: angl. physical barrier šaltinis Branduolinės saugos reikalavimai BSR-1.6.1-2012 „Branduolinės energetikos objektų, branduolinių ir branduolinio kuro ciklo medžiagų fizinė sauga“

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