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June 2000
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Analytical simulator turned over to Bilibino

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Bilibino NPP site director Mikhail Tchudakov (right) accepts a plaque commemorating successful completion of the analytical simulator project at the plant. Presenting the plaque on behalf of the U.S. team is Joe Cleary, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

Russiaís most remote nuclear power plant, Bilibino NPP in the nationís far-northeastern corner, was the scene of a ceremony in early June when the U.S.-provided analytical simulator was turned over formally to the plant. Officials of Gosatomnadzor and Rosenergoatom were on hand for the turnover, as were project team members from the All-Russian Institute for Nuclear Power Plant Operations (VNIIAES), simulator developers LAKROM (Russia) and GSE Power Systems, Inc. (United States), and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Earlier this spring, the simulator was declared "ready for training" after passing its site acceptance tests (see Activity Report, April 2000).

Following the turnover ceremony, participants reviewed the status of the plantís training program and instructional materials for operators. Plans for training Bilibinoís simulator instructors also were discussed. (John Yoder, DOE, 301-903-5650; Joe Cleary, PNNL, 509-372-4094)*


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June 2000

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