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20th & 21st June 2013 Beijing – China

Day One: 20th June

08.30 – 09.30
Morning coffee and registration exhibiting area

09.30 – 09.40
Opening remarks from our Chairman Dr. Oliver Tsaoi, Director GSE Systems China and Brian Tjon, NRG Events

09.40 – 10.20
CNEA – Mr Yang Bo, Director of Technical Support Department of China Nuclear Energy Association (CNEA) – “China’s Nuclear Power Status and Law Framework”

  • China’s nuclear power status and development program, law framework
  • China’s nuclear safety policy and regulations after Fukushima accident

10.20 – 11.00
GSE Systems – Mr. Zen Wang, Ph.D. – “Responding to Fukushima: real-time, interactive, beyond design basis modeling for SAMG, PRA and training.”

11.00 – 11.30
Coffee, exhibition and networking sessions

11.30 – 12.10
Institute Of Nuclear And New Energy Technology, Tsinghua University – Mr. Sui Zhe, RA – ”The progress of the development of HTR simulator”

HTR-PM (High Temperature modular pebble bed reactor project) is designed by the Institution of Nuclear and New Energy Technology Research Institution of Tsinghua University and its construction design has already been accomplished. As the first of kind demonstration HTR nuclear power plant, INET has developed the key technologies required for full scope simulator of HTM-PM, and has implement a multi-purpose engineering simulation system (ESS). My speech will include: (1) HTR-PM system, (2) HTR 3-D real-time neutron kinetics and thermal modeling methods and modeling tools software, (3) ESS configuration and system model,(4) the ESS performance and usage.

12.10 – 12.50
L-3 MAPPS – Michael Chatlani, Vice President, Marketing & Sales – “Simulation for Nuclear New Build”

  • What’s the real challenge with simulators for Nuclear New Builds (NNB)?
  • What about incorporating DCS’s on full scope simulators?
  • Some key technical features for managing NNB simulator projects
  • What to look for if you use simulation technology to assist in plant engineering?

12.50 – 14.30
Networking Lunch

14.30 – 15.10
Daya Bay Nuclear Power Operations and Management Co., Ltd. (DNMC) – Mr.Qin Dexin, Section Head of Simulator Maintenance  – “Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plant Simulations Strategies and Operations”

15.10 – 15.50
3V Services – Vyacheslav PETUKHOV, CEO – “SimInTech: model-based design of real-time control systems”

  • Software environment for dynamic models development and automation of control systems design
  • How the unified interface allows creating different physical models as well as designing complex industry real-time control systems making debugging on the models themselves.
  • Complex models development in unified user interface using computing thermodynamics, electrical and other codes from different vendors. Examples of the implementation at Russian State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM
  • Creation of simulators, frames and virtual control panels, including touch-sensitive
  • Automatic and verified code generation on C language for Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) based on real-time operating systems (QNX, Linux).
  • On-line debugging of PLC control systems and their testing within SimInTech models

15.50 – 16.20
Coffee, exhibition and networking sessions

16.20 – 17.00
ISS – Chris Allison, GM – “Preventing/Managing Future Accidents Like Fukushima Daiichi”

  • SDTP is an international cooperative program developing nuclear safety related software
  • What does SA research tell us about Fukushima Daiichi?
  • Problems identified from initial Fukushima assessment
  • What are SDTP members doing to improve severe accident simulation and training
  • What can you do to help?

17.00 – 17.40
WSC – John Smith, President and CEO – “Generic PWR Simulators delivered over the web”

  • Description of Advanced Generic PWR Simulator
  • Demonstration of generic HMI capabilities
  • Description of training delivery modes
  • Description of teaching Modes
  • Other features

17.40 – 18.15
Jiangsu Nuclear Power Corporation, Tianwan NPP – Zheng Wei, Director – “The implementation of FSS maintenance and training in full-digital nuclear power station”

  • the introduction of TNPS
  • the introduction of TNPS FSS
  • the implementation of FSS maintenance
  • the implementation of FSS training
  • the prospect of FSS function


18.15 – 19.30

We will end the day with a special networking session in the exhibition area. This will be the perfect platform to meet people in a relaxed manner.

Day Two: 21st June

08.30 – 08.50
Morning coffee and registration exhibiting area and opening remarks from the Chairman

08.50 – 09.30
GSE Systems – George McCullough Sr – Vice President “Train the Trainer – How to effectively train simulation instructors to produce skilled operators” (a case study on AP1000 simulator instructor training)

09.30 – 10.10
CNPS Co – Mr. Cai Ruizhong, Deputy General Manager – “The Solution of full scope simulator with severe accident simulation capability for PWR Plant”

The presentation will include three parts: (1) introduction of CNPSC:  Product, Service, technology, Project Experience, (2) The Solution of  full scope simulator for PWR Plant: Reactor Model (Severe accident simulation), DCS Simulation, Hardware System configuration, and the Management of the Simulator Project. (3) Perspective and Expectation of Simulation in Nuclear Power.

10.10 – 10.50
Vortex/CM Labs Simulation with GET Technologies – Justin Webber, Business Manager, CM Labs & Tom Fu, President, GET Technologies – “Crane and Fuel Handling Simulation-based Training for Nuclear Power Operations”

  • Simulation based training for mechanical equipment such as fuel handling systems or lift operations is an effective way to build operator skills, improve safety and reduce incidents.
  • The presentation will discuss innovative technology to train operators in immersive virtual worksites.
  • The solution reduces training time, and better prepares operators for both routine and non-routine operations as well as visualize and improve understanding of complex mechanical systems.
  • Several examples of training solutions for overhead and carry deck cranes, CANDU fuel handling systems, hot cell robotics, and materials handling will be presented.

11.00 – 11.30
Coffee, exhibition and networking sessions

11.30 – 12.10
CNPO – Mr. Qi Kelin, Assistant General Manager – “CNPO’s development in simulation field”

  • Simulation application in engineering by CNPO
  • Two application cases in engineering field
  • The outlook of simulation application in engineering

12.10 – 13.00
Panel Discussion – “Severe Accident Simulation on Full Scope Training Simulators”

Training policy. Is it the right time to include severe accident simulators as a mandatory tool for operators training?The need of new tests. The results of severe accident simulation still show non-negligible dispersion when they are compared with experimental data of available tests. Further development nuclear safety related software would result in a clear future progress of code predictions or new experiments based on Fukushima experience would be needed for any improvement.On-line use. Severe accident simulation appears as a tool to be used off and on line. The former use is well known, the latter needs some development. Such developments belong to near future?

13.00 – 14.30
Networking Lunch

14.30 – 15.10
DMS Corporation – Mr. Li Yan Song, President – “3D Digital Solution for the Entire life cycle of Nuclear Power Plant based on eZWalker”

eZWalker is a software that can be used as a 3D Reviewer for Designers, construction simulator for constructors, operation & maintenance and training simulation for owners and operators. Its immersive 3D environment is suitable for the entire life cycle of a project such as design, construction and operation. In our topic, we will, in combine with the specific business of nuclear power, describe:

  • the solution that comes with eZWalker for collaborative design and design review (e.g. how to combine it with IED)
  • the solutions that comes with eZWalker for construction progress simulation, hoisting simulation and 3D construction
  • the solutions that comes with eZWalker for HSE training, SOP training and data query during operation.

15.10 – 15.50

Professor Yanhua Yang, Ph.D – Director of the State Nuclear Power Software Development Center, SNPTC (State Nuclear Power Technology Cooperation). Dean of the School of Nuclear Science and Engineering, SJTU (Shanghai Jiao tong University). “Nuclear Safety Analysis Computer Codes for Simulation and Licensing”

  • The difference between the computer codes for the licensing purpose and the simulation purpose, from both sides of the code developers and users
  • The importance of the code assessment process

15.50 – 16.20
Coffee, exhibition and networking sessions

16.20 – 17.00
GSE Systems – Mr. Zen Wang, Ph.D. – “Bringing safety analysis into real-time, making high-fidelity engineering code interactive.”

Closing remarks from the Chairman and end of forum.

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