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January/February 2000
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Planned Activities

* indicates the event is new or has changed in some way since the previous report was issued.

* January 17-28 - Kozloduy NPP, Bulgaria
Training. Specialists from Kozloduy NPP and the U.S. contractor Sonalysts, Inc., will continue development work on a training program for emergency operating instruction trainers. (John Yoder, DOE, 301-903-5650; Don Draper, PNNL, 509-372-4079)

* January 17-28 - Khmelntyskyy NPP, Ukraine
Simulators/Training. Ukrainian and U.S. specialists will implement the newly modified training program for simulator instructors. Implementation participants will include representatives of Ukraine's Engineering and Technical Center for the Training of Nuclear Industry Personnel; Chornobyl, Khmelnytskyy, Rivne, South Ukraine, and Zaporizhzhya NPPs; and Sonalysts, Inc. (John Yoder, DOE, 301-903-5650; Joe Cleary, PNNL, 509-372-4094)

* January 17-28 - Ignalina NPP, Lithuania
Training. Training specialists will complete and implement a new instructional program for reactor turbine technicians at Ignalina NPP. Organizations participating with Ignalina trainers in the effort will include specialists from the International Atomic Energy Agency, Sonalysts, Inc., and Human Performance Analysis Corporation. (John Yoder, DOE, 301-903-5650; Don Draper, PNNL, 509-372-4079)

* January 23-February 5 - Richland, Washington, USA
Emergency Operating Instructions. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory specialists will host a workshop for representatives of Rivne, Zaporizhzhya, and South Ukraine NPPs as well as their host-country analysis organizations. Participants will complete development of scenarios for the analytical validation of emergency operating instructions in Ukraine. Specialists from Science Applications International Corporation, Energoproekt (Sofia, Bulgaria), and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory will provide technical assistance. (Dennis Meyers, DOE, 301-903-1418; Larry Sherfey, PNNL, 509-372-4080)

* January 29-February 5 - Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA
Plant Safety Assessment. Nuclear specialists from Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory will provide a Russian counterpart with training and technical support related to the RELAP5 computer code. Together they will develop an input file of neutronics data for Kursk Unit 1 to be used in the in-depth safety assessment for that RBMK reactor site. (Walter Pasedag, DOE, 301-903-3628; James Fisher, INEEL, 208-526-0571)


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