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December 1999
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Armenia
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Czech Republic
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Russia
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- Year 2000 rolls smoothly by Soviet-designed reactors

Russia
- Reactor module safety improvement work begins
- Third safety parameter display system planned for Novovoronezh

Ukraine
- Participants review safety parameter display system projects for Ukraine's VVER-1000 reactor
- Ukrainian specialists participate in Kyiv seminar
- Key analytical model work completed for Rivne safety assessment
- Ukrainian plant safety assessment projects reviewed

Armenia
- New training program implemented
- Safety parameter display system nearing completion

Czech Republic
- VUJE specialists demonstrate computerized system for project data collection

Lithuania
- Ignalina staff observe U.S. training methods

Cross-Cutting Activities
- Bubbler condenser project undergoes final review
- Lithuanian and Ukrainian specialists extend working knowledge of RELAP5 code capabilities

Planned Activities

Previous Activity Reports (April 1996 to Present)

The Activity Report is prepared by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory for the U.S. Department of Energy Office of International Nuclear Safety and Cooperation under Contract DE-AC06-76RLO 1830.


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