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OP181 - PWR Plant Systems Description and Operation
Dates:
6/25/2018 - 6/29/2018 @ Westinghouse Electric Belgium, Nivelles, Belgium
Pricing:
Please contact us for pricing. Each class is subject to cancelation if the minimum student enrollment is not met. It is recommended that you do not make any travel arrangements until the class has been confirmed.
This course is designed to review the design basis and layout of the major PWR plant systems. The interactions between the different systems and overall plant integration is discussed in detail. Exercises are performed to enhance system understanding.
OP182 - Transient and Accident Analysis
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The purpose of this course is to give the attendees the feel for plant behavior during normal, abnormal and accident transients.
OP183 - Emergency Response Guidelines
Dates:
11/26/2018 - 11/30/2018 @ Westinghouse Electric Belgium, Nivelles, Belgium
Pricing:
Please contact us for pricing. Each class is subject to cancelation if the minimum student enrollment is not met. It is recommended that you do not make any travel arrangements until the class has been confirmed.
The purpose of this course is to explain the background of the ERGs Rev. 2, and their use. Emphasis is placed on understanding of phenomena and recovery actions rather than pure description of procedures.
OP184 - Core Damage Mitigation and Severe Accident Management
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This course is designed to familiarize plant operation personnel and staff members with severe accident phenomena and accident scenarios highlighting the recovery and mitigation actions to prevent and limit core damage, maintain containment integrity and minimize the fission product releases. The Severe Accident Management Guidelines (SAMGs), developed by the Westinghouse Owners Group, are presented and their link with the Emergency Operating Procedures and the Site Emergency Plan is explained.
OP185 - Dedicated Technical Support Center (TSC) / Shift Technical Adviser (STA) Training for Emergency Operating Procedure (EOP) Support
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The purpose of this course is to provide the necessary information to Technical Support Center (TSC) / Shift Technical Adviser (STA) / Plant Engineering Staff (PES) such that they can provide adequate and effective support to the operators during and accident recovery. Course Approach The teaching approach combined classic presentations where the physical aspects of the most important EOP recovery strategies are presented and explained with Case Studies, which put the attendees in situations for which they have to come up with answers to operator initiated questions or advises. The Plant Engineering Staff (PES) Cases Studies in the following agenda are intended to provide information on the possible evaluations that a Technical Support Center (TSC), Shift Technical Adviser (STA) or Plant Engineering Staff (PES) would have to perform to support control room operators in case of accidents. This includes evaluations concerning: RHR suction alignment Need to transfer to hot let recirculation Establishing RCS letdown or not Venting RV head or not Post-SGTR cooldown method Control of sump pH SG overfill Which SG to use for cooldown Reinitiation of feed to a dry SG RCP status Long term plant status

 


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