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Armenia
AR-AR-001 Armenia Nuclear Power Station. Photographer: Jim Webber 1995 November
AR-AR-004 Armenia NPP. Breathing air recharging system. Date: unknown. Photographer: unknown.
AR-AR-005 Armenia NPP. Breathing air recharging system. Date: unknown. Photographer: unknown.
AR-AR-006 Armenia NPP. Breathing air recharging system. Date: unknown. Photographer: unknown.
AR-AR-007 Armenia NPP. Breathing apparatus (part of breathing air recharging system). Date: unknown. Photographer: unknown.
AR-AR-008 Armenia NPP. Main stem isolation valve. Date: unknown. Photographer: unknown.
AR-AR-009 Armenia NPP. Worker installs main stem isolation valve. Date: unknown. Photographer: unknown.
AR-AR-010 Armenia NPP. Worker installs main stem isolation valve. Date: unknown. Photographer: unknown.
AR-AR-011 Armenia NPP. Early installation of spray pond, which is part of nuclear service water system. Date: unknown. Photographer: unknown.
AR-AR-012 Armenia NPP. Construction of nuclear service water pumphouse. Date: unknown. Photographer: unknown.
AR-AR-013 Armenia NPP. Early installation of spray pond, which is part of nuclear service water system. Date: unknown. Photographer: unknown.
AR-AR-014 Armenia NPP. Newly installed floor coating. Date: unknown. Photographer: unknown.
AR-AR-015 Armenia NPP. New floor coating installed in corridor. Date: unknown. Photographer: unknown.
AR-AR-016 Armenia NPP. Newly installed floor coating. Date: unknown. Photographer: unknown.
AR-AR-017 Armenia Nuclear Power Station's service water spray pond. Here, foundation is shown with suction lines running from spray pond to pumphouse. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov. Date: 2001.
AR-AR-018 Armenia Nuclear Power service water spray pond. Here, foundation is shown with water proofing underlay applied. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov. Date: 2001.
AR-AR-019 Armenia Nuclear Power Station's service water spray pond. Here, sand layer is being installed over water proofing. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov. Date: 2001.
AR-AR-020 Armenia Nuclear Power Station's service water spray pond. Here, additional concrete layer is installed; note elevation of suction lines with respect to photo AR-AR-017. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov. Date: 2001.
AR-AR-021 Concrete electrical tunnels at Armenia Nuclear Power Station. Photo shows cable raceways which run from plant to pumphouses. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov. Date: 2001.
AR-AR-022 Pump house at Armenia Nuclear Power Station. The re-bar for the concrete walls is installed. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov. Date: 2001.
AR-AR-023 Pump house at Armenia Nuclear Power Station. Here the pump well shows concrete pump pads and water piping penetrations through foundation walls. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov. Date: 2001.
AR-AR-024 Pump house at Armenia Nuclear Power Station, with lower pipe/spray pond suction lines entering pump house and upper pipe/water line which runs to spray pond discharge nozzles. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov. Date: 2001.
AR-AR-025 Armenia Nuclear Power Station, showing water lines being installed between pump house and plant. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov. Date: 2001.
AR-AR-026 Existing vinyl floor coverings at Armenia Nuclear Power Station. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov. Date: 2001.
AR-AR-027 Concrete floors at Armenia Nuclear Power Station, with vinyl removed. Red area is existing floor condition; lower area of photo is concrete surface after Blastrac surface preparation. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov. Date: 2001.
AR-AR-028 Concrete floors at the Armenia Nuclear Power Station, with surface ready for floor coating application. Note different textures of concrete surface. Surface is very rough. Ideal surface would be typical to medium grit sandpaper. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov. Date: 2001.
AR-AR-029 Floor at the Armenia Nuclear Power Station. Shows view of corridor with Keeler & Long floor coating installed. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov. Date: 2001.
AR-AR-030 Floor at the Armenia Nuclear Power Station. Shows close-up of new floor coating. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov. Date: 2001.
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Russia
RU-BA-001 Balakovo NPP. Photographer:
RU-BA-002 Balakovo NPP. Photographer:
RU-BA-003 Balakovo NPP. Photographer:
RU-BA-004 Balakovo NPP. Photographer:
RU-BA-005 Interior, Balakovo NPP. Photographer:
RU-BA-006 Simulator, Balakovo NPP. Photographer:
RU-BA-007 Training course, Balakovo NPP. Photographer:
RU-BA-008 OJT valve maintenance training, Balakovo NPP. Photographer:
RU-BA-009 Training course, Balakovo NPP. Photographer:
RU-BA-010 Balakovo Training Center and staff. Photographer:
RU-BA-011 Training course, Balakovo NPP. Photographer:
RU-BA-012 Balakovo Donalousky Monastery grounds. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 March
RU-BA-013 Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 March
RU-BA-014 Donalousky Monastery in Balakovo (night). Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 March
RU-BA-073 Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-077 Balakovo NPP Personnel Training Center. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-078 Laser alignment equipment - ROTALIGN. Several sets of this equipment are in use at the Balakovo NPP. One set with mockups of the shafts is used for training. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-079 A lecture on the use of alignment equipment at Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-080 Lecture on the use of alignment equipment at Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-081 Heathkit Educational System for studies of the basics of electronics and electrotechnics at Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-082 Heathkit Educational System at Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-083 Heathkit Educational System instruction, Balakovo NPP training center. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-084 Office of Training Manager, Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-085 Office of Training Manager, Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-087 Soldering equipment, PACE Inc. Sets of this equipment are in use at the Balakovo NPP and the Training Center. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-088 Learning how to use soldering equipment at Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-089 Lecture on the use of the soldering equipment at Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-090 Archive at Balakovo NPP where new training courses, developed with the use of SAT methods, are stored. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-091 Balakovo NPP full scope simulator, with video cameras suspended from the ceiling. Video equipment at the plant is used for the control and analysis of operators and for the production of training videos; equipment was provided in 1995 and 1996. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-095 Cabinet with video equipment at Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-096 Instructor observes the work of operators at the simulator at Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-097 Flange Bolt Torque Simulator (DAC Training for Industry), Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-098 Demonstration of the use of the flange bolt torque training equipment, Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-099 Flange Bolt Torque Simulator - training set. Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-100 Simulator of the start-up/control system for the diesel generators of the Balakovo NPP. This class was modernized and redesigned with the use of funds provided by DOE. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-101 Instrument panels at Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-102 Assembling the simulator of diesel-generator controls, at Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-104 Checking the calibration of the pressure transducer "Sapphire," at Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-105 Simulator of the panels with cabinets of Thermal and Hydraulic Automatics (pumps, safety systems, pressure transducers, valves, etc.). This simulator was redesigned with the aid of DOE funds and will be used for the training of operators and maintenance personnel. The cabinets were connected with actual elements of pressure loops and are located at Balakovo NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. 1997 February.
RU-BA-110 Balakovo NPP analytical simulator under development at the VNIIAES facilities in Moscow. Background shows the control panels of the old Kalinin Unit 3 NPP full-scope simulator. Photographer: Peter Kohut. 1997 October.
RU-BA-111 Balakovo NPP analytical simulator under development at the VNIIAES facilities in Moscow. Background shows the control panels of the old Kalinin Unit 3 NPP full-scope simulator. Photographer: Peter Kohut. 1997 October.
RU-BI-001 Bilibino NPP. Photographer:
RU-BI-002 Bilibino NPP, interior. Photographer:
RU-BI-003 Bilibino NPP, interior. Photographer:
RU-BI-004 Mayor (at left) and other officials, Bilibino Town Hall. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-005 Reactor Control Room (1950-60 technology), Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-006 Aerial view of Kepreveme airport on the flood plain, Bilibino. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1966.
RU-BI-007 F.T. Tukhvetov, Plant Director, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant, signing Memorandum of Understanding protocol. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-008 Store goods (typical), Bilibino, Russia. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-009 Town of Bilibino, Russia, from adjacent hill--greenhouses lower right of control photo. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-010 Wood-heated greenhouse in Kepreveme, Russia. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-011 Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant (four reactors). Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-012 Showing use of portal radiation monitor, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-013 Atmospheric heat sink (radiator), Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-014 Bilibino, Russia. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-015 King Air for trip from Nome to Providenia to Kepreveme. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-016 Americans in front of plant sign, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-017 Hotel, central arboretum, Bilibino, Russia. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-018 Reactor hall--green fuel on the wall--reactor service crane--chief engineer speaking, Bilibino Nuclear Powr Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-019 Bilibino NPP. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-020 Reactor shielf plug on operating reactor, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-021 Control Room, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-022 Old emergency backup batteries, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-023 New emergency backup batteries, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-024 Electrical Dispatch Control Room, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-025 Plant heat exchangers with maintenance in progress, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-026 One of four turbine generators, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-027 Lower plant floor showing lube oil cooler, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-028 Green (unused) fuel in reactor hall, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-029 Reactor hall showing refueling machine-note open window behind visitors on the right, Bilobino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-030 Emergency diesel generators (3), Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-031 Spare (used) turbine rotor, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-032 Closeup of refueling machine, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-033 Open reactor shield plug, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-034 Water demineralizer units, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-035 Showing thickness of reactor shield plug, Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-BI-036 Individual steam lines lead from top of reactor to steam drum. These are graphite moderated, natural circulation, boiling water reactors. Bilibino Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Don Jarrell. October 1996.
RU-KA-001 Kalinin NPP. Photographer:
RU-KA-005 Kalinin NPP simulator control panels under construction at Electropult at St. Petersburg in Russia. Photographer: Peter Kohut. 1997 October.
RU-KA-006 Kalinin NPP simulator control panels under construction at Electropult at St. Petersburg in Russia. Photographer: Peter Kohut. 1997 October.
RU-KA-008 Kalinin NPP simulator control panels under construction at Electropult at St. Petersburg in Russia. Photographer: Peter Kohut. 1997 October.
RU-KO-001 Kola NPP. Photographer:
RU-KO-029 Kola Peninsula NPP Exercise. Demonstration of building decontamination by high pressure washing. Photographer: Donald Newsom 1995 May/June
RU-KO-030 Kola Peninsula NPP Exercise. Vehicle decontamination unit. Photographer: Donald Newsom 1995 May/June
RU-KO-033 Kola Peninsula NPP Exercise. International rescue unit. Photographer: Donald Newsom 1995 May/June
RU-KO-035
RU-KO-036 Kola NPP turbine hall. Photographer: George Green. 1996 Fall.
RU-KO-037 Kola NPP Unit 2 emergency backup battery assembly, in service and operational. Photographer: George Green. 1996 Fall.
RU-KO-038 Kola NPP Unit 2 emergency backup battery assembly and Alexander Simeonov, deputy chief of Kola Electrical Department. Photographer: George Green. 1996 Fall.
RU-KO-039 Four electronic readout modules (876A-1) for the high-level confinement radiation detectors mounted in a temporary control panel in the Kola NPP Unit 2 control room. Photographer: George Green. 1996 Fall.
RU-KO-040 Engineers from Kola NPP and Victoreen (contractor) adjust the alarm set-point for the high-level confinement radiation detectors at Kola NPP. Photographer: George Green. 1996 Fall.
RU-KO-041 Close-up of Victoreen 876A-1 readout modules for the high-level confinement radiation monitor system at Kola NPP. Photographer: George Green. 1996 Fall.
RU-KO-042 Kola NPP technician installs cables for the high-level confinement radiation monitor system in the control room. Photographer: George Green. 1996 Fall.
RU-KO-043 Four remote indicators/alarms (844-18-M1) for the high-level confinement radiation detectors, mounted in I & C control room, Kola NPP. Photographer: George Green. 1996 Fall.
RU-KO-044 Victoreen engineer examines cables from the radiation detectors at the confinement penetration, Kola NPP. Photographer: George Green. 1996 Fall.
RU-KO-045 Kola NPP and Victoreen engineers wiring connectors on the signal and power cables (878-1-9 and 50-103) for the radiation detectors. Photographer: George Green. 1996 Fall.
RU-KO-046 Electrical pull-boxes for cable connections, in-confinement to ex-confinement cables, Kola NPP. Photographer: George Green. 1996 Fall.
RU-KO-047 Kola NPP simulator control panels under construction at Electropult at St. Petersburg in Russia. Photographer: Peter Kohut. 1997 October.
RU-KO-050 Kola NPP simulator control panels under construction at Electropult at St. Petersburg in Russia. Photographer: Peter Kohut. 1997 October.
RU-KO-052 Kola NPP simulator control panels under construction at Electropult at St. Petersburg in Russia. Photographer: Peter Kohut. 1997 October.
RU-KO-053 Kola NPP simulator control panels under construction at Electropult at St. Petersburg in Russia. Photographer: Peter Kohut. 1997 October.
RU-KO-054 Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-055 Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-056 Kola NPP view from "Bold Hill." Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-057 Simulator Facility in new Training Center at Kola NPP is ready for the simulator installation. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-058 Simulator Facility in new Training Center at Kola NPP is ready for the simulator installation. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-059 Developing the input data for the modeling of Units 3 and 4 at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-060 Full-scope simulator, located at VNIIAES in Moscow. Delivery to Kola NPP is planned for Summer 1999. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-061 The full-scope simulator for Kola NPP at VNIIAES in Moscow, where electronics experts complete assembly. Delivery to Kola is planned for Summer 1999. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-062 Electronic experts assembling simulator in VNIIAES. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-063 Server for local network, provided through INSP as part of the Emergency Operating Instructions (EOIs) project. The server supports the works of the Department of Engineering and Technology, which is insuring operational safety at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-064 Verification of Emergency Operating Instructions (EOIs) at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-065 Kola NPP safety expert in the process of verification of Emergency Operating Instructions (EOIs) at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-066 Direct current supply switchboard of Unit 1, Kola NPP. Switchboard supplies safety-grade systems in case of emergency at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-067 Checking the switchboard at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-068 Batteries NCN-35 at Unit 1 Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-069 Performing the daily checks of the batteries at Kola NPP. These batteries, which provide backup power for safety equipment, were upgraded to meet modern standards. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-070 Old Russian-made batteries, used for more than 20 years. These batteries could not meet the modern standards for this type of safety-grade equipment at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-071 Demonstration of the control system for the isolation valves. This system is located in the Control Room of Unit 2 at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-072 Pneumatic isolation valves at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-073 Demonstration of the pneumatic isolation valves. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-074 Electric isolation valve at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-075 Checking the electric isolation valves at the ventilation system at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-076 Post accident radiation monitor located at the Control Room of Unit 2 at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-077 Checking the radiation levels in the confinement system of Unit 2 Kola NPP using a newly installed radiation monitoring system designed to alert operators to close isolation valves in the event of high radiation levels due to an accident. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-078 Inside the confinement instrumentation control room at Kola NPP. Plant workers sealed penetrations where cable and pressure tubes pass through the walls of the instrumentation room at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-079 Cable insulation at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-080 Pressure tube insulation at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-081 Rotalign laser alignment equipment at Kola NPP. Several sets of this equipment are in use at Kola. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-082 Rotalign laser alignment equipment at Kola NPP. Several sets of this equipment are in use at Kola. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-083 Demonstration for the use of laser alignment equipment to Kola NPP workers in the training center. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-084 Kola NPP Laboratory of Plant Safety. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-085 Victor Shutov, project leader (facing camera), works with his colleagues on a Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) for Kola NPP Unit 4 in the Laboratory of Plant Safety, which was partially equipped with support from the United States. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-086 Safety experts at Kola NPP are performing the Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) for Unit 4 with the use of Saphire computer code, provided by INSP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-087 Director Yuri V. Kolomtsev at his place of work at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-088 Director Yuri V. Kolomtsev at his place of work at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-089 Reactor Hall of Unit 3 and 4 at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-090 Turbine Hall at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-091 Turbine Hall at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-092 Control Room, Unit 2, Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-093 Preparing the manipulator and D 500 millimeter nipple probe at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-094 Nipple (pipe branch) probe of the manipulator at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-095 Vladimir Rozov and nipple probe at Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-096 For training and calibration, Mast manipulator is installed on the special 1:1 mockup of the VVER vessel in the Unit 3 and 4 reactor hall of Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-097 Polyarnye Zori, village of Kola NPP workers. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-098 Kola NPP is situated on the bank of Lake Imandra, one of the biggest lakes in Europe. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-099 White Sea near the village of Kandalaksha, about 17 miles from Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-100 White Sea near the village of Kandalaksha, about 17 miles from Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-101 Sunset at White Sea near the village of Kandalaksha, about 17 miles from Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KO-102 Small river connects Lake Imandra with the other lake in the vicinity of Kola NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-KR-001 Krasnoyarsk Site.
RU-KR-003 Krasnoyarsk 26 entrance sign (closeup). 1995 October/November, 1995
RU-KR-004 In front of Zheleznogorsk headquarters building. 1995 October/November.
RU-KR-027 U.S. inspection team visit to Zheleznogorsk. Opening meeting at Headquarters of Mining Chemical Combine. 1995 October
RU-KR-028 U.S. inspection team visit to Zheleznogorsk. Opening meeting at Headquarters of Mining Chemical Combine. 1995 October
RU-KR-032 U.S. inspection team visit to Zheleznogorsk. Discussion of ADE-2 Reactor design features at underground reactor site. 1995 October
RU-KR-033 U.S. inspection team visit to Zheleznogorsk. Tour of ADE-2 Reactor flow meter room for monitoring channel coolant flow rates during full power operation. 1995 October
RU-KR-034 U.S. inspection team visit to Zheleznogorsk. Tour of ADE-2 Reactor electrical control room. 1995 October
RU-KR-035
RU-KR-036 Reactor control room at Zheleznogorsk reactor (Krasnoyarsk-26).
RU-KR-037 Mining and Chemical Combine at Zheleznogorsk reactor (Krasnoyarsk-26).
RU-KR-038 Turbine Hall at Zheleznogorsk reactor (Krasnoyarsk-26).
RU-KR-040 Mining construction works in the early 1950s at Zheleznogorsk reactor (Krasnoyarsk-26).
RU-KR-041 Reactor layout at Zheleznogorsk reactor (Krasnoyarsk-26).
RU-KR-042 Russian operators on the reactor operating deck at the ADE-2 plutonium production reactor at Zheleznogorsk. (Krasnoyarsk-26).
RU-KU-001 Kursk NPP. Photographer:
RU-KU-005 Safety Parameter Display System at Unit 2, Kursk Nuclear Power Plant. Logical server in SCALA room. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-006 Safety Parameter Display System workstation, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-007 Kursk NPP workstation. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-008 Safety Parameter Display System workstation, Kursk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-009 Main Unit 2 control panel. Safety Parameter Display System workstation is at left, Kursk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-010 Switchyard Building 330 KV, Kursk NPP. Non-safety -grade batteries for reliable direct-current supply of the switchyard are located in this building. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-011 Switchyard, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-012 Non-safety-grade batteries for reliable direct-current supply of the switchyard, Switchyard Building 330 kV, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-013 Non-safety-grade batteries for reliable direct-current supply of the switchyard, Switchyard Building 330 kV, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-014 Checking non-safety-grade batteries for reliable direct-current supply of the switchyard, Switchyard Building, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-015 Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-016 Kursk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-017 Kursk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-018 Preparing multimedia training courses, Kursk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-019 Preparing multimedia training courses, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-020 Office of Director of Training, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-021 Piranha Shaft Alignment system now in use at Kursk NPP and at the Kursk NPP Training Center. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-022 Class on the use of the Piranha Shaft Alignment system, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-023 A maintenance worker learns to use the Piranha Shaft Alignment system, Kursk NPP Training Center. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-024 Emergency Water Supply Mobile Pumping System, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-025 Emergency Water Supply Mobile Pumping System with its flexible connects. Reactor building water supply collectors are in the background. Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-026 Maintaining the Emergency Water Supply Mobile Pumping System, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-027 Maintaining the Emergency Water Supply Mobile Pumping System, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-028 Emergency Water Supply Mobile Pumping System garage, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-029 EFCO Lathe tool for use in the repair of various valves and shutters in the Central Maintenance Shop, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-030 EFCO Lathe tool for use in the repair of various valves and shutters in the Central Maintenance Shop, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-031 Oleg Sobolev, EFCO lathe and tool operator, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-032 Pipe lathe pre-welding machine "Tri Tool" in Central Maintenance Shop, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-033 Pipe lathe pre-welding machine "Tri Tool" in Central Maintenance Shop, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-034 Demonstration on the use of the Pipe Lathe pre-welding machine "Tri Tool" in Central Maintenance Shop, Kursk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-035 Derby 3000 automatic welding machine for welding and resurfacing of cylindrical details now is used at the Kursk NPP to repair valves and shutters. Located in the Central Welding Labs. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-036 Derby 3000 automatic welding machine for welding and resurfacing of cylindrical details now is used at the Kursk NPP to repair valves and shutters. Located in the Central Welding Labs. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-037 Victor Merinov, welding master, operating Derby 3000 automatic welding machine, which is used for welding and resurfacing of cylindrical details and now is used at the Kursk Nuclear Power Plant to repair valves and shutters. Located in the Central Welding Labs. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-038 Ultrasonic Non-Destructive Defect Test Instrument USN-50 used by the Metal Control Lab and the Department for Nuclear Safety, Kursk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-039 Using the USN-50, Kursk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-040 Ultrasonic gauge (thickness) meter DMS used by the Metal Control Lab and the Department for Nuclear Safety, Kursk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-041 Measuring wall thickness of a 300-millimeter-diameter pipe, Kursk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-042 TSI VelociCalc Plus used in measuring the parameters of gas flows by the Metal Control Lab and the Department for Nuclear Safety, Kursk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-043 Checking ventilation system with the TSI VelociCalc Plus, Kursk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-044 SPM ultrasonic leak detector used by the Metal Control Lab and the Department for Nuclear Safety, Kursk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-KU-045 Looking for leaks in weld seams using the SPM ultrasonic leak detector, Kursk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-LE-001 Leningrad NPP. Photographer:
RU-LE-002 Leningrad NPP. Photographer:
RU-LE-006 Bus for trip from dorm to Leningrad NPP. Photographer: 1995 November
RU-LE-013 Leningrad NPP control room. Photographer: unknown. Date: unknown.
RU-LE-014 Leningrad NPP refueling machine in operation. Photographer: unknown. Date: unknown.
RU-LE-015 Leningrad NPP radiation monitoring board. Photographer: unknown. Date: unknown.
RU-LE-016 A radiation dose meter on the local post office building near Leningrad NPP. Photographer: unknown. Date: unknown.
RU-LE-017 Area near the Leningrad NPP. Photographer: unknown. Date: unknown.
RU-MT-003 Core Conversion Meeting, Moscow. Photographer: 1995 August
RU-MT-005 Core Conversion Meeting participants, Moscow. Photographer: 1995 August
RU-MT-017 Core Conversion Meeting, Moscow, U.S. participants on left, Russians on right. Photographer: 1995 August
RU-MT-033 Visit to EPRI NDE Center at Charlotte, N.C. Photographer: 1995 October
RU-MT-034 Unidentified EPRI staff member discusses differences in valve flaws, at NDE Center. Photographer: 1995 October
RU-MT-050 Participants in Joint Coordinating Committee meeting in Washington, D.C. Photographer: 1995 October
RU-MT-084 Core Conversion Feasibility Study kick- off meeting in Moscow. Photographer: 1995 August
RU-MT-089 Core Conversion Feasibility Study meeting reception in Moscow. L to r (facing camera), Terry Lash, Nickolai Stepnoi and Lev Ryabev. Photographer: 1995 August
RU-MT-115 Tour of Duke Power's McGuire Station unit in North Carolina by participants in Maintenance Advisory Board meeting. Attendees included representatives of Rosenergoatom (REA), Ignalina NPP, VNIIAES and Atomenergoproject. Shown here are participants standing in front of a turbine. Photographer: 1996 February
RU-MT-116 Tour of Duke Power's McGuire Station unit in North Carolina by participants in Maintenance Advisory Board meeting. Eight cylinder diesel emergency pump in background, centrifugal pumps in foreground. Unidentified VNIIAES official at left. Photographer: 1996 February
RU-MT-117 Tour of Duke Power's McGuire Station unit in North Carolina by participants in Maintenance Advisory Board meeting. Head of maintenance at McGuire Station demonstrates laser alignment tool to unidentified representatives of REA, Kursk NPP and Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: 1996 February
RU-MT-118 Tour of Duke Power's McGuire Station unit in North Carolina by participants in Maintenance Advisory Board meeting. Demonstration of equipment. Photographer: 1996 February
RU-MT-119 Valve in McGuire Station shop. Photographer: 1996 February
RU-MT-120 Tour of Duke Power's McGuire Station unit in North Carolina by participants in Maintenance Advisory Board meeting. Demonstration of in situ valve replacement. Photographer: 1996 February
RU-MT-124 McGuire Station valve shop. Photographer: 1996 February
RU-MT-140 Training program conference. Photographer: 1995 June
RU-MT-146 Gosatomnadzor (GAN) representatives tour the Hanford site in Washington State. Photographer: Jim Reed. 1997 February.
RU-MT-147 Gosatomnadzor (GAN) representatives tour the Hanford site in Washington State. Photographer: Jim Reed. 1997 February.
RU-MT-148 Gosatomnadzor (GAN) representatives tour the Hanford site in Washington State. Photographer: Jim Reed. 1997 February.
RU-MT-149 Gosatomnadzor (GAN) representatives tour the Hanford site in Washington State. Photographer: Jim Reed. 1997 February.
RU-MT-151 Gosatomnadzor (GAN) representatives tour the Hanford site in Washington State. Photographer: Jim Reed. 1997 February.
RU-MT-152 Gosatomnadzor (GAN) representatives receive briefing about Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) during visit to Hanford site in Washington State. Photographer: Jim Reed. 1997 February.
RU-MT-153 Gosatomnadzor (GAN) representatives receive briefing about Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) during visit to Hanford site in Washington State. Photographer: Jim Reed. 1997 February.
RU-MT-154 Gosatomnadzor (GAN) representatives receive briefing about Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) during visit to Hanford site in Washington State. Photographer: Jim Reed. 1997 February.
RU-MT-155 Gosatomnadzor (GAN) representatives receive briefing about Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) during visit to Hanford site in Washington State. Photographer: Jim Reed. 1997 February.
RU-MT-156
RU-MT-157 Joint Project Management Executive Committee meets at Minatom. August 1998. Photographer: Darrell Newman.
RU-MT-158 Design Review at Kurchatov Institute. Photo contact: Darrell Newman. August 1998.
RU-MT-159 Design Review at Kurchatov Institute. Photo contact: Darrell Newman. August 1998
RU-MT-160 Russian officials, joined by American hosts, visit the Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant in Maryland. Photographer: Dave Crozier, Calvert Independent. 1999.
RU-NK-001 Novosibirsk Chemical Concentrates Plant, where core conversion fuel will be processed. Novorsibirsk, Russia. Photographer: Darrell Newman. June 1997.
RU-NK-002 Inspection team at Novosibirsk, Russia. Photographer: Darrell Newman. June 1997.
RU-NK-003 Tour of Novosibirsk chemical concentrates plant. Novosibirsk, Russia. Photographer: Darrell Newman. June 1997.
RU-NK-005 Signing design review protocol, Moscow. Photographer: Darrell Newman. June 1997.
RU-NK-006 Participants at design review meeting at Kurchatov Institute, Moscow. Photographer: Darrell Newman. June 1997.
RU-NK-007 Fuel design expert at Bochvar Institute. Photographer: Darrell Newman. June 1997.
RU-NK-008 Photographer: Darrell Newman. June 1997.
RU-NK-009 June 1997.
RU-NK-010 June 1997.
RU-NK-011 Downtown Novosibirsk. Russia. Photographer: Darrell Newman. June 1997.
RU-NK-012 Statue of Lenin, Tribute to Bolshevik Revolution. Novosibirsk, Russia. Photographer: Darrell Newman. June 1997.
RU-NO-001 Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer:
RU-NO-002 At Rosenergoatom in Moscow following successful meetings on Novovoronezh mobile pumping unit. Photographer: 1995 December
RU-NO-004 Novovoronezh NPP. Proposed site of mobile pumping unit. Photographer: Dan Couch 1995 December
RU-NO-005 Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Dan Couch 1995 December
RU-NO-006 Novovoronezh NPP. Cooling towers for units 3, 4, 5. Photographer: Dan Couch 1995 December
RU-NO-007 Novovoronezh NPP. Unit 5, a VVER 1000. Photographer: Dan Couch 1995 December
RU-NO-008 Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Dan Couch 1995 December
RU-NO-009 Hotel at Novovoronezh (city). Photographer: Dan Couch 1995 December
RU-NO-010 Novovoronezh NPP. Administration area at right. Photographer: Dan Couch 1995 December
RU-NO-011 Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Dan Couch 1995 December
RU-NO-013 Novovornezh NPP water storage tanks. Photographer: Dan Couch 1995 December
RU-NO-018 Novovoronezh NPP Units 3 and 4. Photographer: Courtesy of Novovoronezh NPP.
RU-NO-019 Novovoronezh NPP Unit 5. Photographer: Courtesy of Novovoronezh NPP.
RU-NO-020 Novovoronezh NPP analytical simulator under development in Moscow. Photographer: Peter Kohut. 1997 October.
RU-NO-021 Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) commissioning and acceptance tests, Novovoronezh NPP Unit 3. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-022 Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) commissioning and acceptance tests, Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-023 Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) commissioning and acceptance tests, Novovoronezh NPP Unit 3. U.S. delegation and Russian team at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-024 Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) commissioning and acceptance tests, Novovoronezh NPP Unit 3. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-025 Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) commissioning and acceptance tests, Novovoronezh NPP Unit 3. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-026 Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) commissioning and acceptance tests, Novovoronezh NPP Unit 3. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-027 Vladimir Zarubaev, Chief Engineer, Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-028 Viacheslav Vikin, Novovoronezh NPP Director. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-029 Vladimir Zarubaev, Chief Engineer, Novovoronezh NPP, demonstrates to the U.S. team the safety improvements (cable fire-safe coatings) made by Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-030 Discussion about Unit 1 decommissioning, Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-031 Vladimir Zarubaev, Chief Engineer, Novovoronezh NPP, talks with U.S. team about Unit 1 decommissioning. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-032 Acceptance testing of Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS), Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-033 Acceptance testing of Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS), Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-034 Acceptance testing of Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS), Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-035 Acceptance testing of Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS), Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-036 Successful implementation of a Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) at Unit 3, Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-037 U.S. and Russian teams in the SOTI (systematic display of technological information) room at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-038 U.S. team watches Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) testing at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-039 Following the successful testing of the Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS), participants gather in the Control room of Unit 3, Novovoronezh NPP. Included are representatives of Novovoronezh NPP, REA, DOE, PNNL, BREI, SAIC, ZAO Consyst. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-040 On October 27, the protocol was signed stating the successful tests of the Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) in Unit 3 and outlining plans for future work for INSP at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-041 On October 27, the protocol was signed stating the successful tests of the Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) in Unit 3 and outlining plans for future work for INSP at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-042 Unit 3 control room and Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) panels at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-043 Novovoronezh NPP control room, with Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) panel visible. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-044 Data collector cabinets of Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-045 Konstantin Brezhenko, Novovoronezh NPP engineer, checks the data collector equipment of the Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) in Unit 3. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-046 Fixing a problem with Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS), Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-047 The main computer server of the Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) and two instrument panels in the SOTI (systematic display of technological information) room at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-048 Server of the Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-049 Near the safety panels in the SOTI (systematic display of technological information) room at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-050 Development and verification of Emergency Operating Instructions (EOIs), Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-051 Development and verification of Emergency Operating Instructions (EOIs), Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-052 Emergency Operating Instructions (EOIs) in shelves in the control room, Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-053 Novovoronezh NPP Unit 3 control room. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-054 Emergency water supply system garage with flexible housing at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-055 Emergency water supply system at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-056 Emergency water supply system main working unit pump at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-057 Oleg Novochenko, turbine and pump engineer, checks the emergency water supply system at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-058 Vladimir Zarubaev, Novovoronezh NPP Chief engineer, shows the emergency water supply system to DOE, PNNL, and SAIC delegations at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-059 The simulator for Unit 3, Novovoronezh NPP, passed acceptance tests in September 1998. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-060 The simulator for Unit 3, Novovoronezh NPP, passed acceptance tests in September 1998. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-061 The simulator for Unit 3, Novovoronezh NPP, passed acceptance tests in September 1998.
RU-NO-062 The simulator for Unit 3, Novovoronezh NPP, passed acceptance tests in September 1998. Shown is the instructor working station at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-063 DOE/PNNL delegation in training room at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-064 Training process. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-065 Novovoronezh is making a number of safety improvements on its own. An example is the automated working station for the training of the operators of Unit 5 at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-066 Novovoronezh is making a number of safety improvements on its own. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-067 New building at Novovoronezh NPP where the reliable direct current power supply system for emergency situations will be installed. Novovoronezh is constructing the building and creating new switchboards and racks for the batteries; EBRD has sponsored the purchase of the new Varta batteries. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-068 New batteries at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-069 Unit 5 at Novovoronezh NPP (VVER 1000). At the left, the administration building where the Novovoronezh NPP training point (simulators, etc.) is located. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-070 Unit 5 at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-071 Cooling Towers at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-072 Units 3 and 4 at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-073 Novovoronezh NPP computer station. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-074 In-depth safety assessment at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-075 Novovoronezh in-depth safety assessment meeting. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-076 Participant, safety project at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-077 Discussion about computer equipment, Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-078 Worker uses database at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-079 Office at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-080 Training process with FAT at Novovornezh NPP. Instructor and trainees. Photographer Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-NO-081 Training process with FAT at Novovoronezh NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1998.
RU-SM-001 Smolensk NPP. Photographer:
RU-SM-002 Site of Smolensk Training Center. Photographer:
RU-SM-007 Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-008 Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-009 Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-010 Training room at Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-011 Instructor room used for training of maintenance personnel and development of training programs and courses at Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-012 Scanning a training poster, Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-013 "Construction Pistol" training material used at Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-014 Development of Emergency Operating Instructions (EOIs) at Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-015 Equipment training at Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-016 Equipment training at Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-017 Personnel of RBMK Nuclear Power Plants learning to upload data collected with the CMVA-55 Microlog Data Collector system to the master computers and to analyze vibrations, Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-018 Personnel of RBMK Nuclear Power Plants learning to upload data collected with the DMVA-55 Microlog Data Collector system to the master computers and to analyze vibrations, Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-019 Equipment training at Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-020 Training at Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-021 Personnel of RBMK Nuclear Power Plants learning to upload data collected with the CMBA-55 Microlog Data Collector system to the master computers and to analyze vibrations, Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-022 Personnel of RBMK Nuclear Power Plant learning to upload data collected with the CMVA-55 Microlog Data Collector System to the master computers and to analyze vibrations at Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-023 Smolensk Training Center, Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-024 Instructor room at Smolensk Training Center, Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-025 A training expert works with computer modeling, Smolensk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-026 EFCO valve repair tools allow staff to make repairs to tools and shutters without removing valves from pipes, Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-027 A maintenance worker, Smolensk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-028 A maintenance worker, Smolensk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-029 Maintenance worker uses valve repair tool, Smolensk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-030 Maintenance worker uses valve repair tool, Smolensk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-031 Maintenance worker uses valve repair tool, Smolensk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-032 Hands-on vibration monitoring training at Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Trainees learn to use vibration analysis at working safety-grade pumps (control rod heat exchange pumps). Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-033 Hands-on vibration monitoring training at Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Trainees learn to use vibration analysis at working safety-grade pumps (control rod heat exchange pumps). Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-034 Hands-on vibration monitoring training at Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Trainees learn to use vibration analysis at working safety-grade pumps (control rod heat exchange pumps). Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-035 Hands-on vibration monitoring training at Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Trainees learn to use vibration analysis at working safety-grade pumps (control rod heat exchange pumps). Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-036 Hands-on vibration monitoring training at Smolensk NPP. Trainees learn to use vibration analysis at working safety-grade pumps (control rod heat exchange pumps). Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-037 Fire-resistant floors in the reactor building. Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-038 Fire-resistant floors in the reactor building, Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-039 Fire-retardant material "Promatec" coats cables and seals floor penetration, Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-040 Fire door to the cable tunnel was manufactured at the Atomremmash (Russia) plant for Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-041 Piranha Shaft Alignment system in use in the reactor building, Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-042 Piranha Shaft Alignment system in use in the reactor building, Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-043 Training, shaft alignment system, Smolensk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-044 Training, shaft alignment system, Smolensk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-045 Fireman suits worn by staff of Desnagorsk Fire Station. Fire station staff work closely with Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant on fire safety issues. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-046 Fireman suits worn by staff of Desnagorsk Fire Station. Fire station staff work closely with Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant on fire safety issues. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-047 Fireman suits worn by staff of Desnagorsk Fire Station. Fire station staff work closely with Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant on fire safety issues. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-048 Desnagorsk Fire Station, near Smolensk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-049 Desnagorsk Fire Station. Fire station staff work closely with Smolensk NPP on fire safety issues. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-050 Desnagorsk Fire Station fireman with Scott Air-Pak. Fire station staff work closely with Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant on fire safety issues. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-051 Eagle compressor for refilling Scott Air-Pak, Desnagorsk Fire Station. Russian-made compressor used to refill old Russian-made breathing apparatuses is at right. Fire station staff work closely with Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant on fire safety issues. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-052 Desnagorsk Fire Station, near Smolensk NPP. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SM-053 Testing machine for Scott Air-Paks, Desnagorsk Fire Station. Fire station staff work closely with Smolensk Nuclear Power Plant on fire safety issues. Photographer: Alexander Sorin. October 1997.
RU-SP-001 Kalinnin Agreement in Principle signing. Photographer: 1995 July.
RU-SP-006 View of heavy vehicle parking areas on ground floor of radiological monitoring vehicle garage under construction in St. Petersburg. Photographer: 1995 July
RU-SP-011 Dormitory facility under construction next to vehicle garage at Mobile Radiological Monitoring Team Center being built in St. Petersburg. Photographer: 1995 July
RU-TO-001 Tomsk Site.
RU-TO-003 Outside Seversk plant headquarters, Tomsk. 1995 October/November.
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Hungary
HU-PA-001 Paks NPP. Credit: Photo Courtesy International Atomic Energy Agency. Photographer:
HU-PA-002 Paks NPP. Photographer:
HU-PA-003 Paks NPP. Photographer:
HU-PA-004 Paks NPP. Photographer:
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Bulgaria
BU-KZ-001 Kozloduy NPP, Units 1-4 (right to left). Photographer: 1994 October
BU-KZ-002 Kozloduy NPP, Units 5 & 6. Photographer: 1994 October
BU-KZ-003 Kozloduy NPP Units 5 and 6. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-004 Kozloduy NPP Units 5 and 6. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-005 Kozloduy NPP Unit 5, a VVER 1000. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-006 Kozloduy NPP Unit 5, a VVER 1000. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-007 Kozloduy NPP Unit 5, a VVER 1000. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-008 Kozloduy NPP Training Center, located on the Kozloduy NPP site. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-009 Kozloduy NPP Unit 1 control room. Unit 1 is a VVER 440/230. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-010 Kozloduy NPP Unit 1 control room. Unit 1 is a VVER 440/230. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-011 Kozloduy NPP Unit 5 control room. Unit 5 is a VVER 1000. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-012 Computer data acquisition system, Kozloduy NPP Unit 1. System provides information about temperatures, pressures and flow rates. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-013 Kozloduy NPP Unit 1 turbine generator. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-014 New safety grade digital instruments installed above existing gauges, Kozloduy NPP. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-015 Kozloduy NPP Unit 1 fire suppression system in the area behind the control room. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-016 Kozloduy NPP Unit 1 fire alarm system. Tatiana Staneva of the Kozloduy NPP is at right. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-017 Pointing out annunciator response system. Photographer: Kent Faris. 1996 April.
BU-KZ-018 Working Group at Kozloduy NPP. Photographer: Kent Faris. 1996 April.
BU-KZ-019 Working Group at Kozloduy NPP. Photographer: Kent Faris. 1996 April.
BU-KZ-020 Working Group at Kozloduy NPP. Photographer: Kent Faris. 1996 April.
BU-KZ-021 Kozloduy (city). Kozloduy NPP plants in the distance. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-022 Danube River and Kozloduy (city). River forms boundary between Bulgaria and Rumania. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-023 Kozloduy (city) skyline. Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 April
BU-KZ-024 Inside of model of primary coolant pump for VVER-1000 reactor. Training Center, Kozloduy NPP: . Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 September
BU-KZ-025
BU-KZ-026 Model of turbine generator for VVER- 1000 reactor. Training Center, Kozloduy NPP: . Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 September
BU-KZ-027 Model of reactor vessel for VVR-1000 reactor. Training Center, Kozloduy NPP: . Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 September
BU-KZ-028 Picture of a poster of reactor vessel for VVR-1000 reactor with numbers identifying parts. Training Center, Kozloduy NPP: . Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 September
BU-KZ-029 Meeting participant, Kozloduy NPP. Photographer: Kent Faris. 1996 September.
BU-KZ-030 Working group, Kozloduy NPP. Photographer: Kent Faris. 1996 September.
BU-KZ-031 Working group, Kozloduy NPP. Photographer: Kent Faris. 1996 September.
BU-KZ-032 Preparing for working group meeting, Kozloduy NPP. 1996 September. Photographer:
BU-KZ-033 Working group meeting, Kozloduy NPP. Photographer: 1996 September.
BU-KZ-034 Newly restored church in the small village of Vratsa. Bulgaria: . Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 September
BU-KZ-035 Newly restored church and garden in the small village of Vratsa. Bulgaria: . Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 September
BU-KZ-036 Summer homes called "Datchas" on a hillside in small village of Vratsa. Bulgaria: . Photographer: Kent Faris 1996 September
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Czech Republic
CR-DU-001 Dukovany NPP. Photographer:
CR-DU-002 Dukovany NPP. Photographer:
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Equipment
EQ-01 Open-cell glass batteries, Kursk NPP. Photographer:
EQ-02 Seismically-qualified, safety-grade DC batteries like these will be installed at Kola, Kursk and Smolensk NPPs. Photographer:
EQ-03 Seismically-qualified, safety-grade DC batteries. Photographer:
EQ-04 Open-cell glass batteries, Kola NPP. Photographer:
EQ-05 Promatec sealant applied to weld seams. Photographer:
EQ-06 Application of Promatec coating after cure of sealant applied to weld seams. Photographer:
EQ-07 Promatec Elastomer fire barrier material, after removal of forms. Photographer:
EQ-08 Promatec Elastomer being injected as cable tray fire-stop after Kamium removal. Photographer:
EQ-09 Kamium material being removed from cable tray fire-stop. Kamium is similar in apprearance and texture to urethane foam. Photographer:
EQ-10 Wooden fire door, Smolensk NPP. Photographer:
EQ-11 Fire door. Photographer:
EQ-12 Fire door. Photographer:
EQ-13 Confinement isolation valve. Photographer:
EQ-14 Confinement isolation valve. Photographer:
EQ-15 Confinement isolation valve. Photographer:
EQ-17 Cask transporter moving dry cask storage unit. Photographer:
EQ-18 Cutaway view of Promatec fire barrier technology. Photographer:
EQ-19 Example of fire detector system made by Cerberus. Photographer:
EQ-20 Simulator. Photographer:
EQ-21 Simulator, Balakovo NPP. Photographer:
EQ-22 Simulator. Photographer:
EQ-23 Simulator. Photographer:
EQ-24 Operators at controls of simulated reactor control panel (simulator), Zaporizhzhya, NPP. Photographer:
EQ-25 Simulator. Photographer:
EQ-32 Updated firefighting suits, like those delivered to Smolensk NPP. Photographer:
EQ-33 Old style firefighting suits. Photographer:
EQ-34 High-temperature suit. Photographer:
EQ-41 Example of cable congestion, Zaporizhzhya NPP. Photographer:
EQ-42 Example of cable congestion, Zaporizhzhya NPP. Photographer:
EQ-44 Evidence of severe corrosion/leakage at a carbon steel to carbon steel pipe segment in the Kola NPP Service Water System. Photographer:
EQ-45 Four grouped together heat/smoke detectors in control room at Zaporizhzhya NPP. Multiple detectors are used because of inherent unreliability of equipment. Photographer:
EQ-46 Service water piping, Kola NPP. Evidence of leakage at a new weld joint of new stainless steel pipe to existing carbon steel. Photographer:
EQ-48 Service water piping shows evidence of leaking, Kola NPP (enlargement of EQ-46). Photographer:
EQ-50 Open electrical cabinet backs, control room of Kola NPP. No means of fire supression or detection present. Photographer:
EQ-51 Dead weight tester, at Ruska International. Photographer: 1995 October
EQ-52 Model of cask transporter. Photographer:
EQ-54 Rear of control room panels, Unit 3, Smolensk NPP. Photographer:
EQ-59 Example of a wooden fire door, Unit 1 diesel generator building at Smolensk NPP. Photographer:
EQ-60 Fuel tank deluge system, Unit 1, Smolensk NPP. Photographer:
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Slovakia
SL-BO-001 Bohunice NPP. Credit: Photo courtesy of International Atomic Energy Agency. Photographer:
SL-BO-002 V2 Simulator at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Photographer: Ken Erickson. May 1997.
SL-BO-003 V2 Simulator at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Photographer: Ken Erickson. May 1997.
SL-BO-004 V2 Simulator at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Photographer: Ken Erickson. May 1997
SL-BO-005 V2 Simulator Panel at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Photographer: Ken Erickson. May 1997
SL-BO-006 V2 Simulator Panel at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Photographer: Ken Erickson. May 1997
SL-BO-007 V2 Simulator at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Photographer: May 1997.
SL-BO-008 V2 Simulator at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Stefan Mikula, NPP Training Center User Correspondent. Photographer: Ken Erickson. May 1997
SL-BO-009 V2 Simulator at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Stefan Mikula, NPP Training Center User Correspondent (left); Joe Cleary, PNNL (right). Photographer: Ken Erickson. May 1997
SL-BO-010 V2 Simulator Instructor Station at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Simulator Instructor (left); Stefan Mikula, NPP Training Center User Correspondent (right). Photographer: Ken Erickson. May 1997
SL-BO-011 V2 Simulator Instructor Station at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Photographer: May 1997.
SL-BO-012 V2 Simulator at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia - Back of Panel. Photographer: Ken Erickson. May 1997
SL-BO-013 V2 Simulator at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia - Back of Panel - Special electronics. Being replaced by new input/output system. Photographer: Ken Erickson. May 1997
SL-BO-014 Scale model of control and fuel rod assembly for VVER 440/213 at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Represents style used in VVER (U.S.). Photographer: Ken Erickson. May 1997
SL-BO-015 Scale model of VVER 440 reactor at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Stefan Mikula, NPP Training Center User Correspondent, (right). Photographer: Ken Erickson. May 1997
SL-BO-016 Scale model of reactor coolant loop isolation valve at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Photographer: Ken Erickson. May 1997
SL-BO-017 Scale model of reactor coolant pump at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Photographer: Ken Erickson. May 1997
SL-BO-018 Scale model of steam generator at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Photographer: Ken Erickson. May 1997
SL-BO-019 Project planning meeting at Trnava Training Center, Slovakia. Photographer: May 1997.
SL-BO-020 VUJE office at Trnava, Slovakia. Photographer: May 1997.
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Ukraine
UK-KH-001 Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer:
UK-KH-002 Arctic foxes for fur breeding, near Khmelnytskyy. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-003 Eggplants ripening, near Khmelnytskyy. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-004 Modular control panel, Khmelnytskyy NPP Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-005 Electrical engineering course, Khmelnytskyy NPP (this is not a program-related course). Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-006 Fire station, Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-007 Fish farm, near Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-008 Hotel Gorin, at Netishin, near Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-009 Horses in pasture, near Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-010 Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-011 Khmelnytskyy area "school leavers" (presumed to mean "graduates"). Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-012 Modular control panel, Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-013 Netishin, near Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-014 Netishin at night. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-015 Nursery clinic, Netishin. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-016 Palace of Culture "Energetic," Netishin. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-017 Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-018 Prometheus Restaurant, Netishin. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-019 Victor Sapronov, Khmelnytskyy NPP manager. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-020 Teremok kindergarten, Netishin. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-021 Attached form Tevitoha under construction. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-022 Netishin. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-023 Power unit turbine building, Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-024 Technical water supply system, Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-KH-025 Youth theatre-studio, Netishin. Photo credit: Photo courtesy Khmelnytskyy NPP. Photographer: 1996
UK-MT-001
UK-MT-002 Learning codes related to criticality. Photographer: 1995 August.
UK-MT-012 Learning codes related to criticality. Photographer: Mike Berryman. 1995 August.
UK-MT-013 Discussion of licensing issues. Photographer: Jim Reed. 1995 August.
UK-MT-016 Discussion of licensing issues. Photographer: Jim Reed. 1995 August.
UK-MT-024 Discussion meeting on codes. Photographer: Jim Reed. 1995 August.
UK-RI-001 Rivne NPP. Photographer:
UK-RI-002 Rivne NPP. Photographer:
UK-RI-004 Entrance at Rivne Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-RI-005 Rivne Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-RI-006 Cooling towers, Rivne Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-RI-007 Cooling towers, Rivne Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-RI-008 Rivne Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-RI-009 Control room, Rivne Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-RI-010 Control room, Rivne Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-RI-011 Turbine hall, Rivne Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-RI-012 Volodymyr O. Korovkin, plant manager of Rivne Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-RI-013 City of Kuznetsovsk, located near the Rivne Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-RI-014 City of Kuznetsovsk, located near the Rivne Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-RI-015 City of Kuznetsovsk, located near the Rivne Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-RI-016 City of Kuznetsovsk, located near the Rivne Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-001 South Ukraine NPP. Photographer:
UK-SU-006 South Ukraine Unit 3 NPP simulator control panels under construction at the VNIIAES facilities in Moscow. Photographer: Peter Kohut. 1997 October.
UK-SU-007 South Ukraine Unit 3 NPP simulator control panels under construction at the VNIIAES facilities in Moscow. Photographer: Peter Kohut. 1997 October.
UK-SU-011 Two Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) monitors in the main control room of South Ukraine NPP Unit 1. Photographer: Photo Courtesy of Energoatom. August 1998
UK-SU-012 Employees check values of critical safety functions displayed on two Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) monitors, South Ukraine NPP. Photographer: Photo Courtesy of Energoatom. August 1998.
UK-SU-013 Employee checks values of critical safety functions displayed on two Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) monitors, South Ukraine NPP. Photographer: Photo Courtesy of Energoatom. August 1998.
UK-SU-014 Employees check values of critical safety functions displayed on two Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) monitors, South Ukraine NPP. Photographer: Photo Courtesy of Energoatom. August 1998.
UK-SU-015 Main control room, South Ukraine NPP Unit 1. Staff check values of critical safety functions displayed on Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) monitors. Photographer: Photo Courtesy of Energoatom. August 1998.
UK-SU-016 Main control room, South Ukraine NPP Unit 1. Staff check values of instruments while the plant is operating at full power. Photographer: Photo Courtesy of Energoatom. August 1998.
UK-SU-017 Staff at work in secondary side control room, South Ukraine NPP Unit 1. Photographer: Photo Courtesy of Energoatom. August 1998.
UK-SU-018 Worker at South Ukraine NPP in a secondary side control room. Photographer: Photo Courtesy of Energoatom. August, 1998.
UK-SU-019 South Ukraine NPP Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) engineering station and computer room. Photographer: Photo Courtesy of Energoatom. August 1998.
UK-SU-020 The engineering station and computer room, South Ukraine NPP Unit 1, houses Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) and other plant computer hardware. Photographer: Photo Courtesy of Energoatom. August 1998.
UK-SU-021 South Ukraine NPP employee works on Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) computer hardware (signal processing). Photographer: Photo Courtesy of Energoatom. August 1998.
UK-SU-022 Monitors in the South Ukraine NPP Unit 1 Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) engineering station and computer room. Photographer: Photo Courtesy of Energoatom. August 1998.
UK-SU-023 Backs of monitors and other computer hardware in the South Ukraine NPP Unit 1 Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) engineering station and computer room. Photographer: Photo Courtesy of Energoatom. August 1998.
UK-SU-024 Factory acceptance tests in Moscow for South Ukraine NPP full scope simulator. Photographer: August 1999.
UK-SU-025 Factory acceptance tests in Moscow for South Ukraine NPP full scope simulator. Photographer: August 1999.
UK-SU-026 Factory acceptance tests in Moscow for South Ukraine NPP full scope simulator. Photographer: August 1999.
UK-SU-028 South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Units 1 (left) and 2 (middle) were started in the early 1980s; Unit 3 (right) started in 1989. All three units are VVER 1000s. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-029 South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Units 1 (left) and 2 (partially obscured by building). Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-030 South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 1. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-031 South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Units 1 (left) and 2. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-032 South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. From left, Units 1, 2 and 3, with cooling ponds in foreground. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-033 South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant, along the Bug River. Units 1 (foreground) and 2. Unit 3 is visible just beyond Unit 2, and the tops of the cooling towers are visible in the far right-center section of the photo. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-034 Transmission towers at South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Units 1 (left) and 2 are in the background, and Unit 3 is visible at far right. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-035 Transmission tower at South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant, with Units 1 (left) and 2 visible in background. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-036 Switchyard at South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-037 City of Yuzhnoukrainsk, located near the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-038 City of Yuzhnoukrainsk, located near the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-039 City of Yuzhnoukrainsk, located near the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-040 City of Yuzhnoukrainsk, located near the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-041 City of Yuzhnoukrainsk, located near the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-042 City of Yuzhnoukrainsk, located near the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-043 City of Yuzhnoukrainsk, located near the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-044 Scenery of area surrounding the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant, along the Bug River. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-045 Scenery of area surrounding the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant, with city of Yuzhnoukrainsk in the background. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-046 Scenery of area surrounding the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant, along the Bug River. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-047 Scenery of area surrounding the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant, along the Bug River. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-048 Scenery of area surrounding the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant, along the Bug River, with city of Yuzhnoukrainsk in the background. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-049 Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS), Unit 1, South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-050 Staff at South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant complete wiring work in plant computer system. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-051 Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) cabinets at South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-052 In foreground, Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS), Unit 1, South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-053 A South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant staff member works at a keyboard in the computer room. This is where software changes are made. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-054 Employees, South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-055 South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant staff work in the plant's Unit 1 control room. Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) monitors are visible in the center of photo. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-056 South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant staff work in front of the Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) monitors in the Unit 1 control room of the plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-057 South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant staff work alongside the Safety Parameter Display System (SPDS) monitors in the Unit 1 control room of the plant. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-058 Staff at the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant monitor Unit 1's "balance of plant" operations system. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-SU-059 A staff member at the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant monitors Unit 1's "balance of plant" operations system. Photographer: Unknown. Date: Unknown.
UK-ZA-001 Zaporizhzhya NPP. Photographer:
UK-ZA-002 Zaporizhzhya NPP. Photographer:
UK-ZA-003 Zaporizhzhya NPP. Photographer:
UK-ZA-004 Zaporizhzhya employee learns about thermal hydraulic analysis. Photographer: Jim Reed. 1995 August.
UK-ZA-025 The back-up diesel generator that supplies electricity when offsite power is not available, Zaporizhzhya NPP. Photographer: Kent Faris 1995 Summer
UK-ZA-026 Main generator to Unit 2 that generates 1,000 megawatts of electricity, Zaporizhzhya NPP. Photographer: Kent Faris 1995 Summer
UK-ZA-031 Working on procedures at Zaporizhzhya NPP. Photographer: 1995 Summer.
UK-ZA-032 Card catalog used to index drawings and documents at Zaporizhzhya NPP. Photo taken as part of configuration management project trip, May 12-16, 1997. Photographer: Alex Sich. May 1997.
UK-ZA-033 Central archive for documents and drawings for plant; single copies of of some documents and no fire protection. Photo taken at Zaporizhzhya NPP as part of configuration management project trip, May 12-16, 1997. Photographer: Alex Sich. May 1997.
UK-ZA-034 Zaporizhzhya NPP archive. Photographer: May 1997.
UK-ZA-035 The servers and network hardware for Zaporizhzhya?s LAN. Photo taken at Zaporizhzhya NPP as part of configuration management project trip, May 12-16, 1997. Photographer: Alex Sich. May 1997.
UK-ZA-036 The servers and network hardware for Zaporizhzhya?s LAN. Photo taken at Zaporizhzhya NPP as part of configuration management project trip, May 12-16, 1997. Photographer: Alex Sich. May 1997.
UK-ZA-037 The servers and network hardware for Zaporizhzhya?s LAN. Photo taken at Zaporizhzhya NPP as part of configuration management project trip, May 12-16, 1997. Photographer: Alex Sich. May 1997.
UK-ZA-038 Servers and network hardware for Zaporizhzhya's LAN. Photographer: May 1997.
UK-ZA-039 The servers and network hardware for Zaporizhzhya?s LAN. Photo taken at Zaporizhzhya NPP as part of configuration management project trip, May 12-16, 1997. Photographer: Alex Sich. May 1997.
UK-ZA-040 Archive area, Zaporizhzhya NPP. Photographer: May 1997.
UK-ZA-041 Showing Zaporizhzhya NPP's computer capabilities. Photographer: May 1997.
UK-ZA-042 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Preparing to lift the Ventilated Concrete Cask (VCC) liner on top of the base and bending the VCC top rebar assembly. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-043 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Erecting the Ventilated Concrete Cask (VCC) construction forms around the VCC liner and rebar assemblies. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-044 Worker, Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-045 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Pouring initial batch of concrete into test specimen collection hopper. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-046 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Completing the air entrainment test system concrete fill. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-047 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Closing the air entrainment test system. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-048 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Concrete truck ramps required to reach the US concrete pumper hopper. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-049 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. View of concrete pump discharge rig. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-050 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Pumping concrete into the Ventilated Concrete Cask (VCC) form. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-051 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Completing the final concrete pour of the first Ventilated Concete Cask (VCC). Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-052 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Finishing the concrete at the top of the first Ventilated Concrete Cask (VCC). Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-053 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Attaching the approval flag after acceptance of first Ventilated Concrete Cask (VCC). Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-054 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Installing the wooden curing cover over the Ventilated Concrete Cask (VCC) forms. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-055 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Ventilated Concrete Cask (VCC) concrete construction crew and Duke Engineering & Services inspector. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-056 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Ventilated Concrete Cask (VCC) concrete construction crew and Duke Engineering & Services inspector and project management. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-057 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Ventilated Concrete Cask (VCC) concrete testing crew, Duke Engineering & Services inspector, NRA inspector, KDI inspector and ZNPP inspector. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-058 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. First Ventilated Concrete Cask (VCC) after removal of the forms. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-059 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. Cask transporter garage under construction by ZNPP. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-061 Spent Fuel Dry Cask Storage Project, Zaporizhzhya NPP, Ukraine. ZNPP project management and construction management at the entrance to the spent fuel storage pad near ZNPP Unit 6. Photographer: Duke Engineering & Services. May 1998.
UK-ZA-062 Zaporizhzhya NPP. Photo contact: Pavel Baranovskiy. Date: unknown.
UK-ZA-063 August 18, 2001, ceremony at Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine to celebrate a milestone: the site's first use of a cask for storage of spent nuclear fuel. The cylindrical concrete casks, which provide long-term storage for spent fuel, are built onsite. Shown here on a transporter, the cask was taken to a loading area where baskets of spent nuclear fuel were placed inside. Ukraine, United States and media representatives were on hand for the event, which is the culmination of many years of work focused on increasing spent fuel storage capacity at the plant. Date: August 2001. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov.
UK-ZA-064 At Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine, looking down at one of the baskets prior to loading of spent nuclear fuel. Date: August 2001. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov.
UK-ZA-065 Participants in the August 18, 2001, ceremony at Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine look down at one of the baskets prior to loading of spent nuclear fuel. The ceremony marked the loading of the first cask with spent fuel. Date: August 2001. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov.
UK-ZA-066 At Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant, reloading machine used to move spent fuel from storage ponds into concrete casks. Date: August 2001. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov.
UK-ZA-067 At Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant, a press conference discussing the site's first use of a concrete cask for storage of spent nuclear fuel. Participants in the press conference included national, regional and plant officials. Date: August 2001. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov.
UK-ZA-068 Participants in the August 18, 2001, ceremony at Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine learn about the site's first use of a cask for storage of spent nuclear fuel. Date: August 2001. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov.
UK-ZA-069 In the changing room before a tour of the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant. The tour was part of a ceremony marking the site's first use of a cask for storage of spent nuclear fuel. From left, Zaporizhzhya region Governor Evgeny Kartashov and Ukraine's Deputy Minister of Energy Nur Nigmatullin. Date: August 2001. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov.
UK-ZA-070 In the changing room before a tour of the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant. The tour was part of a ceremony marking the site's first use of a cask for storage of spent nuclear fuel. Date: August 2001. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov.
UK-ZA-071 At Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant reactor hall, the reloading machine used to move spent fuel from storage ponds into concrete casks. Date: August 2001. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov.
UK-ZA-072 A tour in one of the reactor halls at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant. The tour was part of a ceremony marking the site's first use of a cask for storage of spent nuclear fuel. Date: August 2001. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov.
UK-ZA-073 A tour in one of the reactor halls at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant. The tour was part of a ceremony marking the site's first use of a cask for storage of spent nuclear fuel. Date: August 2001. Photographer:
UK-ZA-074 Participants in a tour in one of the reactor halls at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant. Date: August 2001. Photographer:
UK-ZA-075 A tour in one of the reactor halls at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant. The tour was part of a ceremony marking the site's first use of a cask for storage of spent nuclear fuel. Date: August 2001. Photographer: Andrei Glukhov.
UK-ZA-076 A cask used for storage of spent nuclear fuel is shown here on a transporter during the August 2001 celebration at Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine. Date:August 2001. Photographer: unknown.
UK-ZA-077 A cask used for storage of spent nuclear fuel is shown here on a transporter during the August 2001 celebration at Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine. Celebration participants are in the background. Date: August 2001.
UK-ZA-078 One of the casks used for storage of nuclear fuel at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine during the process of loading fuel assemblies. Date: August 2001. Photographer: unknown.
UK-ZA-079 Workers at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine during the process of loading fuel assemblies onto concrete storage casks. One of the casks is in the background.Date: August 2001.Photographer: unknown.
UK-ZA-080 One of the casks used for storage of nuclear fuel at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine during the process of loading fuel assemblies. Date: August 2001. Photographer: unknown.
UK-ZA-081 Workers at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine pose for a photograph during a celebration of the site’s first use of concrete casks to store spent nuclear fuel. Date: August 2001. Photographer: unknown.
UK-ZA-082 Workers at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine pose for a photograph during the August 2001 ceremony celebrating the plants’ first use of concrete casks to store spent nuclear fuel. Date: August 2001. Photographer: unknown.
UK-ZA-083 Participants in a ceremony at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine get a look at one of the first concrete casks that will be used to store spent nuclear fuel at the plant. Date: August 2001. Photographer: unknown.
UK-ZA-084 Close-up of a concrete cask used to store spent nuclear fuel at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine. Date: August 2001. Photographer: unknown
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Lithuania
LI-IG-001 Ignalina NPP. Photographer:
LI-IG-002 Ignalina NPP. Credit: Photo courtesy International Atomic Energy Agency. Photographer:
LI-IG-014 Inspecting equipment for monitoring pressure in the new control and protection system installed at Ignalina NPP. Photo contact: September 1998.
LI-IG-015 Ignalina NPP Unit 1 staff put the finishing touches on the transmitters that monitor coolant flow in the newly installed control and protection system. Photo contact: Ron Wright. September 1998.
LI-IG-016 Ignalina NPP staff installed and color-coded conduit for the four-channel control and protection system in Unit 1. Photo contact: Ron Wright. September 1998.
LI-IG-017 Ignalina NPP staff installed and color-coded conduit for the four-channel control and protection system in Unit 1. Photo contact: Ron Wright. September 1998.
LI-IG-018 Ignalina NPP staff installed and color-coded conduit for the Relay Termination Interface box, part of the control and protection system in Unit 1. Photo contact: Ron Wright. September 1998.
LI-IG-019 Checking the switch panel in the control cabinet of the four-channel control and protection system at Ignalina NPP. Photo contact: September 1998.
LI-IG-020 Examining control cabinets. Factory acceptance tests were the responsibility of Ignalina NPP. Photo contact:
LI-IG-021 The control cabinet for one channel of the control and protection system is now installed at Ignalina NPP. The installation was designed to meet tough Class 1E standards. Photo contact: Ron Wright. September 1998.
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Ukraine, Chornobyl
UK-CH-001 Aerial view of Chornobyl NPP. Photographer:
UK-CH-002 Chornobyl NPP, following 1986 accident. Photographer:
UK-CH-003 Aerial view of Chornobyl NPP, with graphics pointing out each unit. Photographer:
UK-CH-004 Building at Chornobyl NPP. Photographer:
UK-CH-005 Aerial view of cascade wall following 1986 accident, Chornobyl NPP.
UK-CH-006 Aerial view following 1986 accident, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer:
UK-CH-007 View of Prypyat, near Chornobyl NPP. Photographer:
UK-CH-008 Tree--a WWII memorial of sorts--near Chornobyl NPP. Tree no longer exists. Photographer:
UK-CH-009 Chornobyl NPP exterior. Photographer: unknown. Date: unknown.
UK-CH-010 Chornobyl NPP. Photographer:
UK-CH-011 Chornobyl NPP. Photographer:
UK-CH-012 Chornobyl NPP, following 1986 accident. Photographer:
UK-CH-013 Chornobyl NPP, following 1986 accident. Cascade wall of Unit 4, pipes pump concrete over radioactive debris (lower right corner). Photographer:
UK-CH-014 Chornobyl NPP following 1986 accident. Photographer:
UK-CH-015 Chornobyl NPP following Unit 4 buttress wall, as it looks today. Photographer:
UK-CH-016 Chornobyl NPP. Photographer:
UK-CH-017 Chornobyl NPP. Photographer:
UK-CH-018 New municipal center (under construction), Slavutych. Photographer: 1995 August
UK-CH-019 Slavutych apartment buildings. Photographer: 1995 August
UK-CH-020 Billboard map of Slavutych, showing neighborhoods. Photographer: 1995 August
UK-CH-021 Construction site, Slavutych Hotel. Photographer: 1995 August
UK-CH-022 Slavutych. Photographer: 1995 August
UK-CH-023 Present municipal center, Slavutych. Photographer: 1995 August
UK-CH-024 Slavutych train station, adjacent to Slavutych Hotel construction site. Photographer: 1995 August
UK-CH-025 Slavutych town square. Photographer: 1995 August
UK-CH-026 Meeting in the Chornobyl NPP Computer Center conference room. August 1995.
UK-CH-027 A Chornobyl NPP maintenance worker uses a drill press to manufacture a replacement part for Unit 1. Photographer:
UK-CH-028 Model of Chornobyl NPP. . Photographer:
UK-CH-029 Chornobyl NPP staff training in North Carolina. Photographer: 1995 October/November
UK-CH-032
UK-CH-033 Chornobyl NPP visitors participate in training at nuclear power plant in North Carolina. Photographer: 1995 October/November
UK-CH-089 Chornobyl NPP visitors, touring North Carolina NPP. Photographer: 1995 October/November.
UK-CH-091 Apartment building, Slavutych. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-092 Chornobyl NPP, statue of Lenin in front of plant. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-093 Model of Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Unknown. Date: 1996 March.
UK-CH-095 Model of sarcophagus at Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-096 Chornobyl NPP Unit 1 control room. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-097 Chornobyl NPP Unit 1 control room. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-100 Chornobyl NPP Unit 3 reactor hall. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-101 Chornobyl NPP Unit 3 reactor hall. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-102 Chornobyl NPP Unit 3 reactor hall. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-103 Chornobyl NPP Unit 3 reactor hall. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-104 Schematic of Chornobyl Unit 4 and sarcophagus. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-105 Chornobyl NPP control room; unit # unknown. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-106 Tour of Chornobyl NPP control room; unit # unknown. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-109 Visitors preparing for sarcophagus tour. Photographer: 1996 March.
UK-CH-110 Crane alongside sarcophagus, Chornobyl NPP Unit 4. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-111 View from inside, near top of sarcophagus, Chornobyl NPP Unit 4. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-112 Inside sarcophagus of Chornobyl NPP Unit 4. Bryan Gore is at right. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-113 Inside sarcophagus of Chornobyl NPP Unit 4. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-114 Inside sarcophagus of Chornobyl NPP Unit 4. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-115 Chornobyl NPP, inside sarcophagus. Photographer: 1996 March.
UK-CH-116 Chornobyl NPP, inside sarcophagus. Photographer: 1996 March.
UK-CH-117 Chornobyl NPP, inside sarcophagus. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-118 Chornobyl NPP, outside walls of sarcophagus. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-119 Chornobyl NPP, outside walls of sarcophagus. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-120 Chornobyl NPP Spent Fuel Storage facility. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-121 Chornobyl NPP. Heavy equipment used in sarcophagus construction. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-122 Chornobyl NPP. View of north wall of sarcophagus. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-126 Meeting in International Research Center offices, Slavutych. Photographer: 1996 April.
UK-CH-127 Meeting in International Research Center offices, Slavutych. Photographer: 1996 April.
UK-CH-131 Front entrance to Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-132 Chornobyl NPP, inside of Spent Fuel Storage Facility. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-133 Chornobyl NPP, inside of Spent Fuel Storage Facility. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-134 Prypyat building. Photographer: 1996 April.
UK-CH-135 Chornobyl NPP. Long shot of sarcophagus. Photographer: 1996 March
UK-CH-150 Memorial to workers who lost their lives in Chornobyl accident, in Slavutych. Photographer: 1995 August
UK-CH-162 Outside Chornobyl Unit 4. Photographer: 1995 November.
UK-CH-164 Chornobyl Unit 4. Photographer: 1995 November
UK-CH-166 Stands for scaffolding--an example of weld seam quality--at Chornobyl maintenance shop. Photographer: 1995 November
UK-CH-175 Military vehicles used during emergency activities at Chornobyl NPP after 1986 catastrophe, now in dump site in Exclusion Zone. Photographer: 1995
UK-CH-177 Military vehicles used during emergency activities at Chornobyl NPP after 1986 catastrophe, now in dump site in Exclusion Zone. Photographer: 1995
UK-CH-190 Tour of Chornobyl Exclusion Zone. Photographer: 1995.
UK-CH-221 Touring Ministry of Chornobyl lab. Photographer: 1995 August
UK-CH-253 Robotic device under development by Ministry of Chornobyl. Photographer: Roger Anderson 1995 August
UK-CH-254
UK-CH-255 World War II monument, Kyiv. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-256 Memorial dedicated to a victim of the Chornobyl NPP accident in 1986. Memorial is located in Unit 3, next to wall between Unit 3 and 4. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-257 Chornobyl NPP interior. Photographer: 1996 May.
UK-CH-258 Dinner in Slavutych, PNNL and Chornobyl representatives. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-259 Kyiv. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-260 Presidential residence, Kyiv. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-261 Dnieper River and Kyiv. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-262 Monument commemorating 1654 reunification of Russia and Ukraine, Kyiv. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-263 Renovation project, Kyiv. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-277 Kyiv street where arts and crafts are sold. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-278 Kyiv street where arts and crafts are sold. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-279 Kyiv. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-280 Kyiv. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-281 Slavutych, downtown. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-282 Sign at Chornobyl memorial, Slavutych. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-283 Chornobyl memorial, Slavutych. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-284 Slavutych. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-285 Slavutych. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-286 Meeting at Chornobyl. Photographer: 1996 May.
UK-CH-287 Trolley, Kyiv. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-288 PNNL team prepares for tour of sarcophagus, Chornobyl NPP Unit 4. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-289 Outside Chornobyl Unit 4. Photographer: 1996 May.
UK-CH-290 One section of the turbine hall building, Chornobyl Unit 4. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-291 Sarcophagus wall, Chornobyl Unit 4. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-292 Waterway in Chornobyl Exclusion Zone, near Prypyat. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-296 Safety sign encouraging people to avoid a fire by snuffing out their cigarettes, in Exclusion Zone. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-300 Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 changing room. Photographer: 1996 May.
UK-CH-301 Tour of Chornobyl NPP Unit 1 reactor hall. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-302 Tour of Chornobyl NPP Unit 1 reactor hall. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-303 Refueling machine in Chornobyl NPP Unit 1 reactor hall, as seen during tour of facility. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-304 Chornobyl NPP Administration Building. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-305 Slavutych buildings. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-306 Slavutych cottage. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-309 Schematic of sarcophagus. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-310 Model of Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-311 Model showing Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 interior, as it looks today. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-314 PNNL team (in background) outside Chornobyl NPP Unit 4. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-315 Sarcophagus of Chornobyl NPP Unit 4. Photographer: 1996 May.
UK-CH-316 View from inside sarcophagus of Chornobyl NPP Unit 4, looking out over site. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-317 Inside sarcophagus, Chornobyl NPP Unit 4. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-318 Inside sarcophagus, Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 control room, as seen during tour. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-319 Chornobyl NPP Unit 4. Photographer: Dennis Kreid 1996 May
UK-CH-320
UK-CH-321 Chornobyl NPP Unit 3 Sub-Reactor Region directly below the reactor showing the lower portions of the fuel coolant channels and in the background part of the cruciform reactor support member "Component S". Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-322 Chornobyl NPP Unit 3 Sub-Reactor Region directly below the reactor showing the lower portions of the fuel coolant channels, in the foreground one of two emergency support and alignment pillars. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-323 Chornobyl NPP Unit 3 Sub-Reactor Region directly below the reactor showing the lower portions of the fuel coolant channels, in the foreground one of two emergency support and alignment pillars. Same as UK-CH-322, but from the side of the alignment structure looking further in. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-324 Chornobyl NPP Unit 3 Sub-Reactor Region directly below the reactor showing the lower portions of the fuel coolant channels, in the background part of the cruciform reactor support member "Component S", and on the floor level the covering to two of eleven steam distribution headers leading to the steam distribution corridor on the next level below. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-325 Chornobyl NPP Unit 3 Sub-Reactor Region directly below the reactor showing the lower portions of the fuel coolant channels, in the background part of the cruciform reactor support member "Component S," and on the floor level, barely visible, the covering to one of eleven steam distribution headers leading to the steam distribution corridor on the next level below. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-326 Chornobyl NPP U nit 3 Sub-Reactor Region directly below the reactor showing the lower portions of the fuel coolant channels, in the background the inner corner of the cruciform reactor support member "Component S", and on the floor level the covering to two of eleven steam distribution headers leading to the steam distribution corridor on the next level below. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-327 Chornobyl NPP Unit 3 Sub-Reactor Region directly below the reactor showing in the background the inner corner of the cruciform reactor support member "Component S", and on the floor level the covering to two of eleven steam distribution headers leading to the steam distribution corridor on the next level below. Same as #326 but closer in. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-328 Chornobyl NPP, Unit 3, lower portion of a Steam Distribution Header with pressure (rupture) membranes on each of three openings (attached to ceiling and leading upwards to Sub-Reactor Region - see photos #326 and 327 in the Steam Distribution Corridor. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-329 Chornobyl NPP, Unit 3, lower portion of a Steam Distribution Header with pressure (rupture) membranes on each of three openings (attached to ceiling and leading upwards to Sub-Reactor Region. Same as photo 328 but looking downwards onto the top portions of several Steam Distribution Channels jutting out of the floor and leading to the 2nd level of the Pressure Suppression Pool. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-330 Chornobyl NPP, Unit 3, lower portion of a Steam Distribution Header with pressure (rupture) membranes on each of three openings (attached to ceiling and leading upwards to Sub-Reactor Region - Same as photos 328 & 329, as seen from a distance. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-331 Chornobyl NPP, post- accident view of Unit 4 (as well as Unit 3, Auxiliary Systems Building Block "V", and Turbine-Generator Hall) from the southwest showing the significant damage caused to the upper portions of the reactor building and almost complete destruction of the dearator rooms. Note the one meter thick structural support columns inclined away from vertical in the middle of the photograph. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 mid- August
UK-CH-332
UK-CH-333 Chornobyl NPP, post- accident view from the south southeast at approximately 250 meters above ground level of Unit-4 (as well as Unit-3, Auxiliary Systems Building Block "V", and Turbine-Generator Hall). Stereoscopic right twin to photo #332. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 mid-August
UK-CH-334 Chornobyl NPP, post- accident view from the south at approximately 125 meters above ground level of Unit-4 and Auxiliary Systems Building Block "V". Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 mid- August
UK-CH-335 Chornobyl NPP, post- accident view directly above plant at an elevation of approximately 1000 meters showing extent of destruction and fuel fragments partially removed from Unit-3 and Block "V". Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 late July
UK-CH-336 Chornobyl NPP, post- accident view during the construction of the sarcophagus directly above Component "E" (Upper Biological Shield or "Elena") at an elevation of approximately 200 meters. Note that fuel fragments have been removed from the southern half of Block "V" and a "manhole" was punched through to permit worker access to the roof. Note also that the northern cascade wall is partially competed: metallic boxes as filler are visible in the third level before concrete is poured on top to cover them and add rigidity. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 late August
UK-CH-337 Chornobyl NPP, post- accident view during the construction of the Sarcophagus directly above Component "E" (Upper Biological Shield or "Elena"). Same as photo # 336 but at an elevation of approximately 175 meters. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 Late August
UK-CH-338 Chornobyl NPP, post- accident view during the construction of the Sarcophagus directly above Component "E" (Upper Biological Shield or "Elena"). Same as # 336 except as viewed from slightly to the southwest of the reactor building at an elevation of approximately 200 meters. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 late August
UK-CH-339 Chornobyl NPP, post- accident view during the construction of the sarcophagus directly above Component "E" (Upper Biological Shield or "Elena"). Same as photo # 336 except viewed from the northeast of the reactor building at an elevation of approximately 200 meters. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 late August
UK-CH-340 Chornobyl NPP, post- accident view directly above Component "E" (Upper Biological Shield or "Elena" - building coordinates L-47) at an elevation of approximately 125 meters. Note that Elena is not covered with materials dropped from helicopters, and that this material forms a large mound approximately 10- 15 meters east southeast of the reactor shaft on the floor of the Central Hall. Stereoscopic left twin to photo # 341. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 early September
UK-CH-341 Chornobyl NPP, post- accident view directly above Component "E" (Upper Biological Shield or "Elena" - building coordinates L-47) at an elevation of approximately 125 meters. Note that Elena is not covered with materials dropped from helicopters, and that this material forms a large mound approximately 10- 15 meters east southeast of the reactor shaft on the floor of the Central Hall. Stereoscopic right twin to photo # 340. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 early September
UK-CH-342 Chornobyl NPP, sarcophagus construction viewed from the north northeast at approximately 100 meters elevation showing construction of the northern cascade wall. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 early September
UK-CH-343 Chornobyl NPP, sarcophagus construction viewed from the north northeast at approximately 100 meters elevation showing construction of the northern cascade wall. Same as photo 342, except closer in. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 early September
UK-CH-344 Chornobyl NPP, sarcophagus construction viewed from the north at approximately 100 meters elevation showing construction of the northern cascade wall. Early September 1986. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-345 Chornobyl NPP, view of Elena and "buoy" detector units from the southeast looking into the Central Hall. Note portions of the reinforced wall covering the Steam Drum Separators are missing. Note also that Elena is not covered by any of the materials dropped from the helicopters. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 late August
UK-CH-346 Chornobyl NPP, view of Elena and "buoy" detector units from the southeast looking into the Central Hall. Note portions of the reinforced wall covering the Steam Drum Separators are missing. Note also that Elena is clearly not covered by any of the materials dropped from the helicopters and that the "igla" detector is jutting out of an opening of the southern spent fuel pool. Note finally construction of the roof has started because support Beam B1 and B2 are in place. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 mid-September
UK-CH-347 Chornobyl NPP, view of Elena and "buoy" detector units from the northeast looking into the Central Hall. Note that construction of the roof has started because support Beams B1 and B2 are in place. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 mid-September
UK-CH-348 Chornobyl NPP, sarcophagus construction as viewed from the south- southeast at an elevation of approximately 125 meters. Note that the roof "pipes" are being laid onto support Beams B1 and B2. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 mid- September
UK-CH-349 Chornobyl NPP, sarcophagus construction as viewed from the north and above at an elevation of approximately 175 meters. Note that the roof "pipes" are being laid onto support Beams B1 and B2. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 mid- September
UK-CH-350 Chornobyl NPP, sarcophagus construction viewed from the northwest at an elevation of approximately 200 meters. Note that all "pipes" for the roof have been laid and that the "dog house" is in place. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 mid- October
UK-CH-351 Chornobyl NPP, view of sarcophagus from the northwest and at ground level with the "Mammoth Block" (70 meter long steel roof support member) in the foreground. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 mid- late October
UK-CH-352 Chornobyl NPP, view of Sarcophagus from the northwest and at ground level with the "Mammoth Block" (70 meter long steel roof support member) front. Note several panels for the western contraforce wall are standing in the foreground ready to be moved into position against the heavily damaged reactor building wall, and that three panels are already in place. Mid to late October. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 mid- late October
UK-CH-353 Chornobyl NPP, view of the late stages of the construction of the Sarcophagus roof from the south southwest showing the "Mammoth Block" in place resting upon reactor building debris. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 late October
UK-CH-354 Chornobyl NPP, view of the late stages of the construction of the sarcophagus roof from the southwest showing the "Mammoth Block" partially covered by roof panels. Note the one meter thick structural support columns inclined away from vertical in the region of the dearator rooms. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 late October
UK-CH-355 Chornobyl NPP, view of an essentially completed sarcophagus viewed from the northwest at an elevation of approximately 175 meters. Note the partially constructed Units 5 and 6 in the distant background. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 November
UK-CH-356 Chornobyl NPP, view of the completed sarcophagus viewed from the northwest at ground level showing the north ern cascade and western contraforce walls. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 November
UK-CH-357 Chornobyl NPP Units 1-4 viewed from the southeast at a distance of approximately 1000 meters showing the completed sarcophagus. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer: 1986 November
UK-CH-358 Bird's eye view of abandoned Prypyat, near Chornobyl NPP, viewed from the southeast. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-359 Inside Chornobyl NPP Unit-4, showing heavy damage suffered by the lower portions of the reactor fuel channel piping in either rooms 404/3 or 404/4. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-360 Inside Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 showing the Lower Biological Shield (Component "OR") after having descended approximately 4 meters from its nominal position - located in the Sub- Reactor Region (Room 305/2). Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-361 Inside Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 in the Sub-Reactor Region (Room 305/2) showing the southern emergency support and alignment pillar partially eaten through by melted fuel. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-362 Inside Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 showing solidified corium "flowing" out of a Steam Distribution Header (SDH) in Room 210/6 of the Steam Distribution Corridor. Note that the SDH appears to have suffered very little damage from the melted fuel. Note also the unmelted chain hanging from the left portal of the SDH. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-363 Inside Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 showing solidified corium "flowing" out of the left portal of the Steam Distribution Header (SDH) in Room 210/6 of the Steam Distribution Corridor shown in photo # 362. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-364 Inside Chornobyl NPP Unit-4 showing solidified corium "flowing" out of the right portal of the Steam Distribution Header (SDH) in Room 210/6 of the Steam Distribution Corridor shown in photo #362. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-365 Inside Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 showing solidified corium "flowing" out of one of the portals of a Steam Distribution Header (SDH) in Room 210/7 of the Steam Distribution Corridor. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-366 Inside Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 showing solidified corium "flowing" out of one of the portals of the Steam Distribution Header (SDH) in Room 210/7 of the Steam Distribution Corridor shown in photo # 365. Note that the SDH maintenance access ladder was crushed by the flowing melted fuel but not itself melted. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-367 Inside Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 showing solidified corium "flowing" out of one of the other portals of the Steam Distribution Header (SDH) in Room 210/7 of the Steam Distribution Corridor shown in # 365. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-368 Inside Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 showing the 2 metric ton accumulation of melted nuclear fuel dubbed the "Elephant's Foot" located in Corridor 217/2. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-369 Inside Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 showing a melted nuclear fuel stalactite located near the southern end of Corridor 217/2. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-370 Inside Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 showing pumice- like formations of melted nuclear fuel on the lower level of the Pressure Suppression Pool. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-371 Inside Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 showing pumice- like formations of melted nuclear fuel on the lower level of the Pressure Suppression Pool. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-372 Inside Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 showing pumice- like formations of melted nuclear fuel on the upper level of the Pressure Suppression Pool. Photo credit: The Kurchatov Institute (Russia) and the ISTC-Shelter (Ukraine). Photographer:
UK-CH-375 Chornobyl NPP staff member conducts inspection. Photographer:
UK-CH-376 Chornobyl NPP Unit 1 reactor hall. Photographer:
UK-CH-377 Chornobyl NPP Unit 1 control room. Photographer:
UK-CH-378 Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 , shelter construction stage. Photographer:
UK-CH-379 Robotic devices used in post-accident clean-up at Chornobyl Unit 4. Photographer:
UK-CH-380 Unidentified workers take radiation measurements in surrounding area following accident at Chornobyl NPP Unit 4. Photographer:
UK-CH-381 Post-accident view of Prypyat, an abandoned town near Chornobyl NPP. Photographer:
UK-CH-382 Unidentified workers inside Chornobyl NPP Unit 4. Photographer:
UK-CH-383 Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 and sarcophagus. Photographer:
UK-CH-384 Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 control panel, post- accident. Photographer:
UK-CH-385 Worker makes repairs to roof of sarcophagus, Chornobyl NPP Unit 4. Photographer:
UK-CH-386 Worker makes repairs to roof of sarcophagus, Chornobyl NPP Unit 4. Photographer:
UK-CH-387 Entrance to Slavutych. Photographer:
UK-CH-388 Slavutych shopping center. Photographer:
UK-CH-389 Prypyat, before Chornobyl accident. Photographer:
UK-CH-390 Shirley Jackson, Nuclear Regulatory Commission chairman at Chornobyl NPP. Photographer:
UK-CH-391 Ukraine Prime Minister P. Lazarenko (second from left) talks with Chornobyl NPP's chief engineer during a visit to the plant site. Photographer:
UK-CH-392 Ukraine Prime Minister P. Lazarenko and his team visit Chornobyl NPP. Photographer:
UK-CH-393 Ukraine Prime Minister P. Lazarenko at Chornobyl NPP. Photographer:
UK-CH-394 Church hierarchy visits and blesses Chornobyl NPP. Photographer:
UK-CH-395 Sergei Parashin, who served as plant manager at Chornobyl NPP for a number of years. Photographer:
UK-CH-396 Chornobyl NPP Unit 4. Photographer:
UK-CH-427 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-428 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-429 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-430 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-431 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-432 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-433 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-434 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-435 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-436 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-437 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-438 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-439 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-440 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-441 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-442 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-443 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-444 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-446 Emergency Operating Instructions workshop attended by Chornobyl NPP staff. Photographer: M. Roberts. 1996 October.
UK-CH-505 Shelter roof above collapsed roof of Central Reactor Hall, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-506 Shelter worker in Central Hall, Chornobyl NPP. Note square x-section reactor graphite blocks. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-507 Damage in Central Hall, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-509 Central Hall refueling machine, Chornobyl NPP. Mammoth beams. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-510 Central Hall showing damaged elements of refueling machine, accident damage to walls of the hall and cylindrical bracing as well as cylindrical roof supports spanning between the beams B1/B2, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-511 Along one side of the Central Reactor Hall, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-512 Central Reactor Hall viewed from above with reactor head clearly visible, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-513 Views of the reactor vessel head "Elena" showing coolant piping connectors and other effects of the 1986 accident, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-514 Views of the reactor vessel head "Elena" showing coolant piping connectors and other effects of the 1986 accident, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-515 Views of the reactor vessel head "Elena" showing coolant piping connectors and other effects of the 1986 accident, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-516 Destroyed sections over a reactor pump bay with Shelter wall and roof, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-517 Structural damage in and over the reactor coolant pump bay with one pump drive motor visible, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-518 Concrete pours introduced to assist in stabilizing the structure concurrent with Shelter construction activities. Temporary power cables have been strung over the pour, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-519 Example of fused "Chornobyl Lavas" which flowed into reactor coolant piping during the course of events immediately following initiation of the 1986 accident, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-520 Example of fused "Chornobyl Lavas" which flowed into reactor coolant piping during the course of events immediately following initiation of the 1986 accident, Chornobyl NPP. Cables in the foreground are strung over stabilizing concrete pours placed after the accident. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-522 Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object, viewing the "elephants foot" lava flow, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Unknown. Fall 1996.
UK-CH-524 "Elephants foot" lava flow, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Fall 1996.
UK-CH-527 "Chornobyl Lavas," Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-528 Example of fused "Chornobyl Lavas" which flowed into reactor coolant piping during the course of events immediately following initiation of the 1986 accident, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-529 Example of damage to building structure, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-530 Example of damage to building structure, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-531 Example of supplemental bracing installed to stabilize damaged concrete structural columns, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-532 Example of supplemental bracing installed to stabilize damaged concrete structural columns, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter Object. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-533 Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter, viewing a portion of the Central Reactor Hall showing cylindrical pipe roof members, Mammoth Beams and portions of the destroyed refueling machine, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Unknown. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-534 A portion of the Central Reactor Hall showing cylindrical pipe roof members, Mammoth Beams and portions of the destroyed refueling machine, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-535 Reactor gallery damage, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-536 Piping and structural damage in a deaerator gallery, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-537 Piping and structural damage in a deaerator gallery, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-538 Piping and structural damage in a reactor coolant pump bay, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-539 Building structural columns between the reactor hall and cooling pump bay displaced by forces of the April 1986 accident, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-540 Temporary shielded passageway immediately below and adjacent to the reactor cavity, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-541 Temporary shielded passageway immediately below and adjacent to the reactor cavity, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-542 Workers drilling a borehole toward the reactor cavity using a Russian boring machine, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-544 A view into "Bubbler Pool" on the bottom level of the reactor building, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-545 Unit 4 Turbine Hall damage, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-547 Bucket of radioactive debris retrieved during Unit 3/4 ventilation pre-stack repair site decontamination efforts with what appears to be sections of fuel rods ejected from the core during the accident, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Artur Korneev, Deputy Director of Shelter. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-548 Base of the Unit 3/4 Ventilation Stack, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Unknown. Spring 1997.
UK-CH-552 Parliament building, Kiev. March 1997. Photographer: Mike Durst.
UK-CH-553 Downtown Kiev. March 1997. Photographer: Mike Durst.
UK-CH-554 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kiev. March 1997. Photographer: Mike Durst.
UK-CH-555 Marrinsky Palace, Kiev. March 1997. Photographer: Mike Durst.
UK-CH-557 Slavutych, Ukraine, site of relocation of Chornobyl residents. March 1997. Photographer: Mike Durst.
UK-CH-558 Slavutych, Ukraine, site of relocation of Chornobyl residents. March 1997. Photographer: Mike Durst.
UK-CH-560 Slavutych, Ukraine. March 1997. Photographer: Mike Durst.
UK-CH-561 Slavutych, Ukraine. March 1997. Photographer: Mike Durst.
UK-CH-562 Slavutych, Ukraine. March 1997. Photographer: Mike Durst.
UK-CH-563 Chornobyl NPP. March 1997. Photographer: Mike Durst.
UK-CH-564 Chornobyl NPP. March 1997. Photographer:
UK-CH-566 Chornobyl NPP Unit 4 control room. March 1997. Photographer: Mike Durst.
UK-CH-567 Inside shelter at Chornobyl NPP, looking toward Prypyat. March 1997. Photographer: Mike Durst.
UK-CH-568 Chornobyl Center. March 1997. Photographer: Mike Durst.
UK-CH-569 Chornobyl Center. March 1997. Photographer: Mike Durst.
UK-CH-570 Chornobyl Center. March 1997. Photographer: Mike Durst.
UK-CH-576 Chornobyl NPP analytical simulator under development at the VNIIAES facilities in Moscow. Photographer: Peter Kohut. 1997 October.
UK-CH-577 Chornobyl NPP analytical simulator under development at the VNIIAES facilities in Moscow. Photographer: Peter Kohut. 1997 October.
UK-CH-578 Chornobyl NPP analytical simulator under development at the VNIIAES facilities in Moscow. Photographer: Peter Kohut. 1997 October.
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UK-CH-580 Institute of Cybernetics and Mathematical Machines, Kiev, Ukraine. Photographer: July 1997.
UK-CH-581 Dedication of Mobile Radiation Laboratory, Slavutych, Ukraine. William Green Miller, U.S. ambassador to Ukraine (third from right, front) and Minister Yuri Kostenko (second from right, front). Photographer: Nickolay Turchin/Dyordyev Konstantin. July 1997.
UK-CH-583 Dedication of Mobile Radiation Laboratory, Slavutych, Ukraine. (Left to right) Minister Yuri Kostenko and William Green Miller, U.S. ambassador to Ukraine (cutting ribbon). Photographer: Nickolay Turchin/Dyordyev Konstantin. July 1997.
UK-CH-586 Presentation of honorary degree, Kiev, Ukraine. Photographer: July 1997.
UK-CH-587 Academy of Technological Science ceremony, Kiev, Ukraine. Terry Lash, DOE (third from left); Minister Yuri Kostenko (fourth from right); and William Green Miller, U.S. ambassador to Ukraine (second from right). Photographer: Grib Vasyil. July 1997.
UK-CH-589 Dedication of Mobile Radiation Laboratory, Slavutych, Ukraine. William Green Miller, U.S. ambassador to Ukraine. Photographer: Nickolay Turchin/Dyordyev Konstantin. July 1997.
UK-CH-591 1997 International Cooperation for Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant and Slavutych Conference, Slavutych, Ukraine. Bill Madia, PNNL, and Georgiy Vitaliyovych, deputy director, State Scientific Center of Environmental Radiogeochemistry. Photographer: Nickolay Turchin/Dyordyev Konstantin. July 1997.
UK-CH-592 Terry Lash, DOE, speaking at the 1997 International Cooperation for Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant and Slavutych Conference, Slavutych, Ukraine. Photographer: Nickolay Turchin/Dyordyev Konstantin. July 1997.
UK-CH-594 Terry Lash, DOE, speaking at the 1997 International Cooperation for Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant and Slavutych Conference, Slavutych, Ukraine. (Seated left to right) Valery Glygalo, Chornobyl Center coordinating director; Michael Humphreys, CEU, DGIAC5, Belgium ; Sergey Parashin, Chornobyl NPP general manager; Alexander Smyshlayev, Minister Deputy for Environmental Program and Nuclear Safety; and Anatoly Nossovsky, Slavutych Laboratory director. Photographer: Nickolay Turchin/Dyordyev Konstantin. July 1997.
UK-CH-595 Vitaly Tolstonogov and Alexander Klyuchnikov, Shelter SCC director (third and second from right respectively), at the 1997 International Cooperation for Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant and Slavutych Conference, Slavutych, Ukraine. Photographer: Nickolay Turchin/Dyordyev Konstantin. July 1997.
UK-CH-596 Meeting, Slavutych, Ukraine. Photographer: July 1997.
UK-CH-597 Valery Glygalo, Chornobyl Center coordinating director, at the 1997 International Cooperation for Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant and Slavutych Conference, Slavutych, Ukraine. Photographer: Nickolay Turchin/Dyordyev Konstantin. July 1997.
UK-CH-598 Anatoly Nossovsky, Slavutych Laboratory director at the 1997 International Cooperation for Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant and Slavutych Conference, Slavutych, Ukraine. Photographer: Nickolay Turchin/Dyordyev Konstantin. July 1997.
UK-CH-600 The 1997 International Cooperation for Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant and Slavutych Conference, Slavutych, Ukraine. Photographer: July 1997.
UK-CH-601 Bill Madia, PNNL, and Terry Lash, DOE, at the 1997 International Cooperation for Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant and Slavutych Conference, Slavutych, Ukraine. Photographer: Nickolay Turchin/Dyordyev Konstantin. July 1997.
UK-CH-602 Official opening of the PNNL Kiev adjunct office. Photographer: July 1997.
UK-CH-603 Slavutych Laboratory ceremony and facility tour, Slavutych, Ukraine. Photographer: July 1997.
UK-CH-604 Slavutych Laboratory ceremony and facility tour, Slavutych, Ukraine. Photographer: July 1997.
UK-CH-605 Slavutych Laboratory ceremony and facility tour, Slavutych, Ukraine. Photographer: July 1997.
UK-CH-607 Slavutych Laboratory ceremony and facility tour, Slavutych, Ukraine. Photographer: July 1997.
UK-CH-608 Signing of cooperative agreement among Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Chornobyl Center and Chornobyl NPP, Slavutych, Ukraine. Photographer: July 1997.
UK-CH-609 Slavutych Laboratory ceremony and facility tour, Slavutych, Ukraine. Photographer: July 1997.
UK-CH-610 Video conference with Hanford Middle School and Ukrainian 8th grade students, Slavutych Laboratory, Slavutych, Ukraine. Photographer: July 1997.
UK-CH-611 Video conference with Hanford Middle School and Ukrainian 8th grade students, Slavutych Laboratory, Slavutych, Ukraine. Photographer: July 1997.
UK-CH-612 Press conference at close of 1997 International Cooperation for Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant and Slavutych Conference, Slavutych, Ukraine. (From left) Anatoly Nossovsky, Slavutych Laboratory director; Valery Glygalo, Chornobyl Center coordinating director; Sergey Parashin, Chornobyl NPP general manager; Slavutych Mayor Volodymyr Udovichenko; Terry Lash, DOE; Nick Lugansky (interpreter); Bill Madia, PNNL; and Carol Kessler, State Department. Photographer: Nickolay Turchin/Dyordyev Konstantin. July 1997.
UK-CH-676 Ukrainian education exchange visitors to the United States. Photographer: December 1997.
UK-CH-677 Ukrainian education exchange visitors to the United States. Photographer: December 1997.
UK-CH-678 Ukrainian education exchange visitor to the United States. Photographer: December 1997.
UK-CH-679 Ukrainian education exchange visitors to the United States. Photographer: December 1997.
UK-CH-680 American education exchange visitors to Ukraine. Photographer: December 1997.
UK-CH-681 American education exchange visitors to Ukraine. Photographer: December 1997.
UK-CH-682 American education exchange visitors to Ukraine. Photographer: December 1997.
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UK-CH-684 Bracing members removed from ventilation stack, Chornobyl NPP units 3 and 4. Dents and deformities in bracing reflect damage caused by projectiles during 1986 explosion. Photographer: Bryan Gore. Summer 1998.
UK-CH-685 Looking up throat of ventilation stack, Chornobyl NPP units 3 and 4. Photographer: Bryan Gore. Summer 1998.
UK-CH-686 Workers complete welding tasks on the ventilation stack, Chornobyl NPP units 3 and 4. Yellow mat adjacent to workers is a lead wool blanket provided by INSP and used to cover radioactive hot spots and protect the workers. Photographer: unknown. Summer 1998.
UK-CH-687 Workers hoist an oxygen bottle up the side of Chornobyl NPP unit 3 during ventilation stack repair activities. Workers are wearing full protection equipment and are roped to supports. Photographer: unknown. Summer 1998.
UK-CH-688 Ventilation stack, Chornobyl NPP units 3 and 4. New white bracing is visible on the stack's lower level. Photographer: unknown. Summer 1998.
UK-CH-689 Vice President Al Gore visits Prypyat. Photographer: July 1998.
UK-CH-690 Vice President Al Gore visits Prypyat. Photographer: July 1998.
UK-CH-691 Vice President Al Gore walks through through the streets of the abandoned city of Prypyat, near Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Klaus Herold. July 1998.
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UK-CH-694 Plant staff use new symptom-based emergency operating instructions (EOIs) in a drill in the Unit 3 control room, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Photo courtesy Chornobyl NPP. March 1998.
UK-CH-695 Plant staff member learns to use new symptom-based emergency operating instructions (EOIs) in a drill in the Unit 3 control room, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Photo courtesy Chornobyl NPP. March 1998.
UK-CH-696 Emergency Operating Instructions drill, Chornobyl NPP. Photo courtesy Chornobyl NPP. March 1998.
UK-CH-697 Plant staff member learns to use new symptom-based emergency operating instructions (EOIs) in a drill in the Unit 3 control room, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Photo courtesy Chornobyl NPP. March 1998.
UK-CH-698 Plant staff use new symptom-based emergency operating instructions (EOIs) in a drill in the Unit 3 control room, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: Photo courtesy Chornobyl NPP. March 1998.
UK-CH-699 Emergency Operating Instructions training, Chornobyl NPP. Photo courtesy Chornobyl NPP. March 1998.
UK-CH-700 Emergency Operating Instructions training, Chornobyl NPP. Photo courtesy Chornobyl NPP. March 1998.
UK-CH-701 Workers use analytical simulator to train on emergency operating instructions (EOIs) during a training session at the Slavutych Laboratory (SLIRT). Photographer: Photo courtesy Chornobyl NPP. March 1998.
UK-CH-702 Emergency Operating Instructions training, Chornobyl NPP. Photo courtesy Chornobyl NPP. March 1998.
UK-CH-703 Emergency Operating Instructions training, Chornobyl NPP. Photographer: March 1998.
UK-CH-735 The radiation-hardened robotic unit built by Redzone Robotics, Inc. for deployment in the Chornobyl shelter. The robot, dubbed "Pioneer," is designed to enter, survey, and conduct samples in highly radioactive areas. Photographer: 1998
UK-CH-736 The radiation-hardened robotic unit built by Redzone Robotics, Inc. for deployment in the Chornobyl shelter. The robot, dubbed "Pioneer," is designed to enter, survey, and conduct samples in highly radioactive areas. Photographer: 1998
UK-CH-737 Rendering of radiation-hardened robotic unit built by Redzone Robotics, Inc. for deployment in the Chornobyl shelter. The robot, dubbed "Pioneer," is designed to enter, survey, and conduct samples in highly radioactive areas. 1998
UK-CH-738 Defueling activities at the Chornobyl NPP Unit 1 reactor began in early 1999 and are scheduled to be completed in 2004. Here, a grapple and hoist pull the fuel assembly out of the storage pool and into a transfer cask. Photographer: Steve Short. March 1999.
UK-CH-739 Defueling activities at the Chornobyl NPP Unit 1 reactor began in early 1999 and are scheduled to be completed in 2004. This is a close-up photo of the transfer cask after the fuel has been loaded up into the cask; the transfer cask is being extracted from the storage pool for movement to the unloading portal. Photographer: Steve Short. March 1999.
UK-CH-740 Defueling activities at the Chornobyl NPP Unit 1 reactor began in early 1999 and are scheduled to be completed in 2004. In this photo, the transfer cask, loaded with the spent fuel assembly, is being moved to the unloading portal. Photographer: Steve Short. March 1999.
UK-CH-741 Defueling activities at the Chornobyl NPP Unit 1 reactor began in early 1999 and are scheduled to be completed in 2004. Here, the transfer cask is being positioned over the unloading portal in the reactor building, where the fuel assembly is lowered into a transportation cask. Photographer: Steve Short. March 1999.
UK-CH-742 Defueling activities at the Chornobyl NPP Unit 1 reactor began in early 1999 and are scheduled to be completed in 2004. Here, the transfer cask is being positioned over the unloading portal in the reactor building, where the fuel assembly is lowered into a transportation cask. Photographer: Steve Short. March 1999.
UK-CH-743 Defueling activities at the Chornobyl NPP Unit 1 reactor began in early 1999 and are scheduled to be completed in 2004. In this photo, the transfer cask is hooked up to the unloading portal and the fuel assembly is being lowered into the transportation cask. Photographer: Steve Short. March 1999.
UK-CH-744 Defueling activities at the Chornobyl NPP Unit 1 reactor began in early 1999 and are scheduled to be completed in 2004. This is a view of the top of the transfer cask grapple and hoist system. Photographer: Steve Short. March 1999.
UK-CH-745 Defueling activities at the Chornobyl NPP Unit 1 reactor began in early 1999 and are scheduled to be completed in 2004. Here, an operator monitors fuel transfer activities from the control room. Photographer: Steve Short. March 1999.
UK-CH-746 View of Chornobyl NPP units 1 and 2, as helicopter flies overhead. Photo likely was taken shortly after 1986 Unit 4 accident. Photographer: unknown. 1986.
UK-CH-747 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier (breaking bread) is greeted at the Slavutych School of Arts with a traditional Ukrainian welcoming ceremony. At Glauthier's left is Slavutych Mayor Vladymyr Udovychenko. Second from right is Terry Lash (DOE). Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-748 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. Here, Glauthier poses with folk singers from the School of Arts. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-749 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. Folk singers and dancers from the School of Arts perform. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-750 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. Here, Terry Lash (DOE), receives Slavutych honorary citizenship award given each year to honor a person who has made personal contributions to city development. Lash's award "acknowledges the close cooperation between Ukraine and the U.S. on international projects vital to the future of Slavutych." Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-751 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. U.S./Ukraine dignitaries gather at the International Radioecology Laboratory in Slavutych. From left to right, unidentified participant; Evgeniy Garin (Slavutych Laboratory for International Research and Technology); Rose Gottemoeller (DOE); Volodymyr Kholosha (Ukraine first deputy minister of Emergency Situations); Vitaliy Tolstonogov (Chornobyl NPP); Vladymyr Udovychenko (mayor of Slavutych); T.J. Glauthier; and Steven Pifer (U.S. ambassador to Ukraine). Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-752 DOE Deputy Secretary visits baseball field in Slavutych. Photographer: May 1999.
UK-CH-753 DOE Deputy Secretary visits baseball field in Slavutych. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-754 DOE Deputy Secretary visits baseball field in Slavutych. Photographer: May 1999.
UK-CH-755 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. Slavutych Mayor Vladymyr Udovychenko (left) and Chornobyl NPP Director General Vitaliy Tolstonogov (right), pose with Terry Lash (DOE) after Lash was given Slavutych's honorary citizenship award. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-756 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. Visiting the Chornobyl Memorial in Slavutych are, left to right, Steven Pifer (U.S. ambassador to Ukraine); interpreter; T.J. Glauthier; and Slavutych Mayor Vladymyr Udovychenko. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-757 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. Visiting the Chornobyl Memorial in Slavutych are, left to right, interpreter; T.J. Glauthier; and Slavutych Mayor Vladymyr Udovychenko. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-758 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. Visiting the Chornobyl Memorial in Slavutych are, left to right, Steven Pifer (U.S. ambassador to Ukraine); Slavutych Mayor Vladymyr Udovychenko; and, laying flowers, T.J. Glauthier. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-759 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. Visiting the Chornobyl Memorial in Slavutych are, left to right, Steven Pifer (U.S. ambassador to Ukraine); interpreter; T.J. Glauthier; and Slavutych Mayor Vladymyr Udovychenko. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-760 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. Glauthier, third from left, delivers baseballs and jerseys, courtesy Pittsburgh Pirates, to Slavutych youth baseball program. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-761 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. As dignitaries look on, T. J. Glauthier plants a tree commemorating the construction and future operation of the International Radioecology Laboratory. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-762 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. Dignitaries gather around to participate in tree-planting ceremony commemorating the construction and future operation of the International Radioecology Laboratory. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-763 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. Here, T. J. Glauthier signs GLOBE--Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Environment--Program agreement, which makes Ukraine an official participant in the program. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-764 With help from Slavutych, Ukraine, students, T. J. Glauthier, DOE deputy secretary and CEO, downloads a message from Vice President Gore during Glauthier's visit to Slavutych School #4, May 1999. The school is now a participant in the GLOBE--Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Environment--Program, which was established by Gore in 1994 and now includes 82 participating countries. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-765 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. As T. J. Glauthier (center, left) looks on, U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Steven Pifer (seated, left) and Dmytro Bechev (Ukrainian Head of the Department of Secondary Education, Ministry of Education) sign GLOBE--Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Environment--Program agreement. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-766 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. As T. J. Glauthier (second from left) looks on, Steven Pifer (U.S. ambassador to Ukraine) and Dmytro Bechev (Ukrainian Head of the Department of Secondary Education, Ministry of Education) sign GLOBE--Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Environment--Program agreement. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-767 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. Second from left, Steven Pifer (U.S. ambassador to Ukraine) and Dmytro Bechev (Ukrainian Head of the Department of Secondary Education, Ministry of Education) shake hands after signing the GLOBE--Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Environment--Program agreement. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-768 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. Steven Pifer (U.S. ambassador to Ukraine) provides remarks after signing GLOBE--Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Environment--Program agreement. T. J. Glauthier and Terry Lash are third and first from right, respectively. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-769 DOE Deputy Secretary and CEO T. J. Glauthier's visit to Slavutych, Ukraine, in May 1999. T. J. Glauthier (left) and Slavutych Mayor Vladymyr Udovychenko toast continued cooperation between the United States and Ukraine. Photographer:. May 1999.
UK-CH-770 Mykhailo Kavalko, chairman of the Ukrainian Parliament Committee on Fuel and Energy Complex, Nuclear Policy and Nuclear Safety, speaks during the U.S.-Ukraine Conference on Nuclear Trade and Cooperation in Washington, D.C. Photographer: Dick Peabody. November 1998.
UK-CH-771 Volodymyr Zhygalo, deputy mayor of Slavutych, Ukraine, speaks during the U.S.-Ukraine Conference on Nuclear Trade and Cooperation in Washington, D.C. Photographer: Dick Peabody. November 1998.
UK-CH-772 Dr. Terry Lash, director of DOE's Office of International Nuclear Safety and Cooperation, speaks during the U.S.-Ukraine Conference on Nuclear Trade and Cooperation in Washington, D.C. Photographer: Dick Peabody. November 1998.
UK-CH-773 Aerial view of Chornobyl NPP in Ukraine. Date/origin: Unknown. Photographer: Unknown
UK-CH-774 Chornobyl NPP. Date: 2000. Photographer: Unknown.
UK-CH-775 Chornobyl NPP. Date: 2000. Photographer: Unknown.
UK-CH-776 Chornobyl NPP. Date: 2000. Photographer: Unknown.
UK-CH-777 Chornobyl NPP. Date: 2000. Photographer: Unknown.
UK-CH-778 Chornobyl NPP site. Date: 2000. Photographer: Unknown.
UK-CH-779 Chornobyl NPP, Unit 3 Safety Parameter Display System. Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-780 Chornobyl NPP, Unit 3 Safety Parameter Display System. Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-781 Chornobyl NPP, Unit 3 Safety Parameter Display System. Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-782 Chornobyl NPP, Unit 3 Safety Parameter Display System. Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-783 Chornobyl NPP, Unit 3 Safety Parameter Display System. Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-784 Chornobyl NPP, Unit 3 Safety Parameter Display System. Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-785 Chornobyl NPP Director General Vitaliy Tolstonogov. Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-786 Chornobyl NPP Director General Vitaliy Tolstonogov (second from left, foreground). Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-787 Chornobyl NPP Director General Vitaliy Tolstonogov. Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-788 Interior of Slavutych Laboratory for International Research and Technology (SLIRT). Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-789 New analytical simulator in use at Slavutych Laboratory for International Research and Technology (SLIRT). Date: 2000. Photographer: Unknown.
UK-CH-790 New analytical simulator in use at Slavutych Laboratory for International Research and Technology (SLIRT). Date: 2000. Photographer: Unknown.
UK-CH-791 New analytical simulator in use at Slavutych Laboratory for International Research and Technology (SLIRT). Date: 2000. Photographer: Unknown.
UK-CH-792 Workers at Chornobyl Center computer stations at the Slavutych Laboratory for International Research and Technology (SLIRT). Date: 2000. Photographer: Unknown.
UK-CH-793 Workers at Chornobyl Center computer stations at the Slavutych Laboratory for International Research and Technology (SLIRT). Date: 2000. Photographer: Unknown.
UK-CH-794 Workers at Chornobyl Center computer stations at the Slavutych Laboratory for International Research and Technology (SLIRT). Date: 2000. Photographer: Unknown.
UK-CH-795 Worker at Chornobyl Center computer stations at the Slavutych Laboratory for International Research and Technology (SLIRT). Date: 2000. Photographer: Unknown.
UK-CH-796 Worker at Chornobyl Center computer stations at the Slavutych Laboratory for International Research and Technology (SLIRT). Date: 2000. Photographer: Unknown.
UK-CH-797 Slavutych Laboratory for International Research and Technology. International workshop on decommissioning. Date: June 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-798 Slavutych Laboratory for International Research and Technology. International workshop on decommissioning. Date: June 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-799 Slavutych Laboratory for International Research and Technology. International workshop on decommissioning. Date: June 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-800 Vicinity of Chornobyl NPP heat plant. Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-801 Vicinity of Chornobyl NPP heat plant. Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-802 Vicinity of Chornobyl NPP heat plant. Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-803 Vicinity of Chornobyl NPP heat plant. Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-804 Chornobyl NPP heat plant. Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-805 Vicinity of Chornobyl NPP heat plant. Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
UK-CH-806 Chornobyl NPP heat plant. Date: 2000. Photographer: unknown.
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Kazakhstan
KA-KA-001 BN-350 liquid-metal-cooled fast breeder reactor at Aktau, Kazakhstan, which is a major source of electricity for the city of Aktau. Date: Unknown. Photo is courtesy of Argonne National Laboratory-West.
KA-KA-002 BN-350 liquid-metal-cooled fast breeder reactor at Aktau, Kazakhstan, which is a major source of electricity for the city of Aktau. Facility is located on the Caspian Sea. Date: Unknown. Photo is courtesy of Argonne National Laboratory-West.
KA-KA-003 Closure station at Aktau, Kazakhstan, BN-350 reactor. Date: Unknown. Photo is courtesy of Argonne National Laboratory-West.
KA-KA-004 The exterior of the Kazakhstan Nuclear Technology Safety Center, located in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Date: May 1999. Photo is courtesy of Argonne National Laboratory-West.
KA-KA-005 Argonne National Laboratory delegation visits a mountain near Almaty, Kazakhstan, in 1999. Date: May 1999. Photo is courtesy of Argonne National Laboratory-West.
KA-KA-006 The second workshop to prepare a shutdown plan for the BN-350 reactor. Representatives from the United States, Russia, Great Britain, Italy, France, Kazakhstan and the International Atomic Energy Agency participated. Meeting occurred at Hotel Kazakhstan in Almaty. Date: July 2000. Photo is courtesy of Argonne National Laboratory-West.
KA-KA-007 The second workshop to prepare a shutdown plan for the BN-350 reactor. Representatives from the United States, Russia, Great Britain, Italy, France, Kazakhstan and the International Atomic Energy Agency participated. Meeting occurred at Hotel Kazakhstan in Almaty. Date: July 2000. Photo is courtesy of Argonne National Laboratory-West.
KA-KA-008 Dinner meeting held during the second workshop to prepare a shutdown plan for the BN-350 reactor. Representatives from the United States, Russia, Great Britain, Italy, France, Kazakhstan and the International Atomic Energy Agency participated. Meeting occurred at Hotel Kazakhstan in Almaty. Date: July 2000. Photo is courtesy of Argonne National Laboratory-West.
KA-KA-009 Kazakhstan Nuclear Technology Safety Center in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Date: August/September 2000. Photo is courtesy of Argonne National Laboratory-West.
KA-KA-010 Flags of Italy, United States and Kazakhstan. Date: unknown. Photo is courtesy of Argonne National Laboratory-West.
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