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20th & 21st June 2013 Beijing – China

Daya Bay Nuclear Power Operations and Management Co Ltd

Daya Bay Nuclear Power Operations and Management Co., Ltd. (DNMC), established in March 2003 through the joint investment of Guangdong Nuclear Power Joint Venture Co., Ltd. (GNPJVC)  and Ling Ao Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. (LANPC), is responsible for the operations and management of GNPS and LNPS and both the operations preparation and operations management of LNPS Phase II. “Safety First, Quality First” is the principle DNMC persists in. “Safe Production, Pursuit of Excellence, Staff Values and Team Spirit” are the values DNMC cherishes. And together with the company culture focused on the safety culture emphasizing transparency and experience feedback, DNMC is making every mint of its efforts to operate the stations to the world-class.

www.DNMC.com.cn

DMS Software Corporation

Beijing DMS Software Corporation is the only service company in China that focuses on engineering related software sales, training and tutoring, system integration and software development, project consultancy and reinforcement advising and project detailed design. With our advantage in technical capability among China based companies of the same trade, we offer complete software solutions for various steps of the entire life cycle of projects, including bidding, concept design, detailed design, construction, operation and maintenance, rebuilding and expansion, and decommissioning.

www.DMS365.com

Shanghai Jiaotong University – School of Nuclear Science and Engineering (SNSE)

Established in 1958, the Nuclear Engineering Department of Shanghai Jiao Tong University is one of the most well known nuclear engineering departments in China. The basic disciplines for student education and training contain the fields such as nuclear power plant systems, nuclear thermal-hydraulics, reactor physics, nuclear safety, radiation protection, nuclear system control and operation and nuclear material.

The School of Nuclear Science and Engineering (SNSE) was established in 2006, including three departments, i.e. Department of Reactor Engineering, Department of Nuclear Material & Fuel, Department of Radiation Protection & Nuclear Technology Application. Five research sections have been set up for various research subjects, i.e. Section of Advanced Nuclear Systems and Safety, Section of Nuclear Thermal-Hydraulics, Section of Reactor Physics, Section of Reactor Structure & Material, Section of Radiation Protection & Environment. The infrastructures, such as an education & training center, experimental facilities and a software platform, have been established.

www.NSSE.SJTU.edu.cn

Lead Sponsor

GSE Systems

GSE is a world leader in real-time, high-fidelity simulation. We develop and provide simulation and educational solutions to the nuclear and fossil fuel electric power industry, the chemical, process and manufacturing industries, and to the U.S. Government and military. In addition, GSE provides plant monitoring and signal analysis monitoring and optimization software primarily to the electric power industry.

www.GSES.com

INET Tsinghua University

The Institute of Nuclear and New Energy Technology (INET) of Tsinghua University was founded in 1960 as a top nuclear research and experimental base in China. After near fifty years, It has developed into a comprehensive research center with multidisciplinary research, design and engineering projects mainly on nuclear technology. In 2003, a new department within INET has been established to promote researches on new energy formats such as hydrogen, solar energy, fuel cells and biomass.

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Chinese Nuclear Society

The Chinese Nuclear Society was established in 1980. It is a non-for-profit organization on nuclear science, technology and engineering. Its object is to unify the nuclear professionals to promote the advancement and peaceful use of nuclear science and technology. The Chinese Nuclear Society (hereafter referred to the “Society”) has three main objectives;

  • To undertake scientific and technical exchange.
  • To engage in public communication .
  • To enhance international cooperation.

The membership of the Society consists of regular members, student members and organization members. Membership is open to any person or organization supporting the object of the Society and agreeing with the rules of the Society, each applicant for membership could submit an application to the Secretariat. The Society gathers now about 8810 individual members and 45 organization members.

www.NS.org.cn

Silver Sponsors

CNPO

China Nuclear Power Operation Technology Corporation,LTD.(CNPO) lotated in the Greatwall Science & Technology Park,Wuhan East Lake High-tech Development Zone,Wuhan,Central China invested and established jointly by Research Institute of Nuclear Power Operation(RINPO),Qinshan Nuclear Power Company (QNPC),Wuhan Yuanyi Science & Technology Investment Limited Company (WYSTI),Shanghai Nuclear Engineering Research and Design Institute (SNERDI),is the biggest and the most powerful nuclear power operational technology organization in the mainland of China at present.It absorbed and incorporated the core assets,occupied markets and management experience in the field of nuclear power technical serviecs.

www.CNPOTECH.com

China Nuclear Power Simulation Technology Co., Ltd (CNPSC)

China Nuclear Power Simulation Technology Co., Ltd, (CNPSC) was registered on 9th May 2008. As the only professional company in domestic nuclear power simulation, CNPSC focuses on nuclear power simulation technology research, products development, engineering and maintenance services.

CNSPC boasts advanced core simulation technology and software platform internationally, provides life cycle nuclear power simulation system solution for the client relevant with nuclear power, and plays important role in the safe, reliable and economic operation of nuclear power plants.CNPSC boasts a superb technical team and excellent management talent, which covers nuclear power operation (with license), reactor engineering, thermal energy power, electric, instrument control, computer system, software development, etc. It can take on the engineering and service of several simulation development projects at the same time, which presents the sustainable development of the company in technical innovation and engineering practice.

CNPSC is ready to provide all-round professional simulation service for the nuclear power users with faithful attitude and advanced technology.

www.CNPSC.CNPRI.com.cn

L-3 MAPPS

When you are looking for increased reliability in your power plant’s performance, you can count on L-3 MAPPS’ simulation experience to get you there. Our dedication to true-to-life power plant simulators ensures that your personnel have the knowledge required to safely and efficiently operate your power plant. Providing more than just training devices, our simulator solutions—powered by L-3 MAPPS’ unparalleled Orchid® suite of simulation products—will elevate your engineering team to new heights in addressing plant design issues, procedural deficiencies, and reliability improvements.

We offer a variety of products and services, including full scope simulators, classroom simulators, engineering simulators, part-task trainers, simulator retrofits and upgrades, and the latest addition—learning simulators. L-3 MAPPS provides design-to-completion turnkey systems, specific components, and simulator design tools as required by the customer. With a worldwide presence, a solid leadership position and a well established service program, L-3 MAPPS ensures the success of your simulator projects. Our simulators offer the highest quality in simulation fidelity and training to provide trainees and instructors with user-friendly tools for learning, controlling, and exploring complex power plant systems. Users can directly implement simulator modifications to exactly reflect plant changes, evolve their training programs, and expand simulator use into other areas.

L-3 MAPPS simulators can also be equipped with severe accident simulation capabilities for reproducing the effects of beyond design basis accidents.

www.L-3com.com/MAPPS

NPIC

Nuclear Power Institute of China (NPIC), a subsidiary to China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC), is the only large-scale comprehensive R&D base in China incorporating reactor engineering research, design, test, operation and small batch production. Since its foundation in 1965, NPIC has established a complete research and development system, including nuclear power engineering design, equipment assembly and supply of NSSS, reactor operation and application research, reactor engineering test and research, nuclear fuel and material research, isotope production, nuclear technology application research and services, etc.

www.NPIC.net.cn

Vortex

The Vortex team provides physics-based behaviour modeling solutions and services to companies and institutions throughout the real-time visual-simulation world. With a long history in the visual-simulation and gaming industries, the Vortex team produces feature-rich simulation tools that set the industry standard for interactive 3D dynamics and simulating mechanical equipment behaviour. Vortex expertise and technology put high-fidelity behaviour in motion in applications for training simulators, mission rehearsal, serious games, virtual prototyping and testing. Vortex customers include Honda, John Deere, L-3, Lockheed Martin, NASA, Carnegie Mellon University, and over 100 other leading companies and academic institutions.

www.Vortex.com

China National Nuclear Corporation CNNC

CNNC is the main body of the national nuclear techonology industry, the core of the national strategic nuclear deterrence and the main force of the national nuclear power development and nuclear power construction, and shoulders the duel historical responsibilities for building of national defense force, increasing the value of state assets and developing the society.

CNNC is mainly engaged in scientific research and development, design and construction, production and operation in various fields such as nuclear military industry, nuclear power, nuclear electricity generation, nuclear fuels and nuclear technology application, as well as international economic cooperation and import and export businesses. China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) has over 100 secondary member units across over 20 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities with 100,000 employees.

www.CNNC.com.cn

China Nuclear Energy Association (CNEA)

The China Nuclear Energy Association (CNEA), as a national non-profit nongovernmental organization, was established on April 18, 2007. Its objective is to contribute as a bridge for CNEA’s members to link with the government and the foreign counterparts. The CNEA’s missions are to implement throughout the national policies on nuclear energy development, promote industrial independent innovation and technical advance, and support for improving safety, reliability and economics of nuclear energy utilization.

www.China-NEA.cn

China Guangdong Nuclear Power Company (CGNPC)

CGNPG currently owns Guangdong Daya Bay Nuclear Power Station (GNPS) and Ling Ao Nuclear Power Station (LNPS) Phase I with nearly 4000 MWe of installed generating capacity. CGNPG had consistently complied with the guideline of “Safety First, Quality First” in building up GNPS and LNPS Phase I, in succession, to put into place the benign mechanism of “utilizing returns from existing nuclear power capacity to nurture further growth of nuclear power in a rolling-on manner”. Built on the nuclear power station of the 1000 MWe class introduced from France with significant technological innovations and modifications, CGNPG has established its own technical route of CPR1000, the improved Chinese PWR.

www.CGNPC.com.cn

RELAP: INNOVATIVE SYSTEMS SOFTWARE

Innovative Systems Software, LLC (ISS) is a private, limited liability company formed in 1996. ISS manages the SCDAP Development and Training program, an international consortium of research, regulatory, and other organizations focused upon the development of improved reactor safety analysis and simulation technology.
The ISS staff, associated members, and consultants have international reputations in reactor safety analysis and thermal-hydraulic systems analysis software development.

The principal founder of the company, Dr. C. Allison, led the SCDAP/RELAP5 severe accident code development activities at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL) from 1981 to 1996 prior to the formation of ISS. Dr. Allison has served as a consultant for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC), Department of Energy (USDOE), and International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

www.Relap.com

Collaborative Sponsor

3V Services

The professional team formed of analysts, IT and business consultants, project managers, professional software developers, in a word professionals in various application areas (including heavy engineering, power generation, nuclear industry and oil and gas industry), provides consultancy services for the implementation of systems implementation projects support life cycle in accordance with the international standards ISO 15288, 15926, 10006, PMBOK. 3V-Services offers a certified training program Dassault Systemes, adapted to the Russian requirements and technologies. Training is conducted by certified instructors who have extensive experience in the industry.

Today 3V-Services – one of the fastest growing companies in providing consulting services in the PLM market, providing its customers with a full range of solutions for the creation of an effective enterprise information infrastructure and to achieve the most complex strategic goals.

www.3V-Services.com

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L-3 MAPPS to Upgrade Slovenia’s Krško Full Scope Simulator

11/04/16

MONTREAL, April 7, 2016 – L-3 MAPPS announced today that it signed a contract with Slovenia’s Nuklearna elektrarna Krško (NEK) to upgrade the full scope simulator for the Krško Nuclear Power Plant. The simulator upgrade is part of NEK’s Safety Upgrade Program (SUP) to modernize the plant to prevent severe accidents and to mitigate consequences […]

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The Generic VVER-1200 Simulator is declared as Ready For Training

23/02/16

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Simulator delivered for China’s HTR-PM

19/02/16

WSC licensed CNPSC and INET (Tsinghua University’s Institute of Nuclear and New Energy Technology) to develop the simulator. Within 3KM, WSC modified Flowbase to include Helium (He) as the heat transfer medium as well as developing the heat structure in Flowbase. WSC was responsible for supporting integration of the reactor model in 3KM that was […]

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L-3 MAPPS Takes Part in Opening of Upgraded Sizewell B Simulator

19/02/16

MONTREAL, February 17, 2016 – L-3 MAPPS announced today that it participated in the official opening of EDF Energy’s upgraded Sizewell B plant training simulator on January 21, 2016 in Suffolk, U.K. The ceremony was attended by numerous EDF Energy representatives, including Jim Crawford, Sizewell B station director. L-3 MAPPS’ team was led by Michael […]

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L-3 MAPPS to Upgrade Cernavodă Simulator’s DCC Emulation

25/01/16

MONTREAL, January 21, 2016 – L-3 MAPPS announced today that it has won an order from Societatea Nationala Nuclearelectrica S.A. (“SNN”), a Romanian-based state-owned utilities company, to upgrade the Cernavodă full scope simulator’s emulation of the plant Digital Control Computers (DCCs). DCC systems are used to monitor and control the major reactor and power plant […]

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GSE Awarded Over $17.5 Million in New Contracts Projects Span Major Energy Markets

20/10/14

SYKESVILLE, MD – October 1, 2014 – Global energy services solutions provider GSE Systems Inc. (NYSE MKT: GVP) (“GSE” or the “Company”) today announced the receipt of multiple contracts with an aggregate value of over $17.5 million. The new awards include nuclear, fossil, and oil and gas projects in Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. […]

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Holtec International SMR Awarded WSC multiple Simulation Assisted Engineering (SAE) Projects in support of the Holtec Small Modular Reactor SMR-160.

04/08/14

Since early 2012, WSC has worked actively to support the Holtec Internation Small Modular Reactor SMR in developing a test bed for this advanced small nuclear power plant. The latest award, which includes the 3KEYMASTER Modeling Tools, is a follow up to Holtec’s purchase of 3KEYRELAP5 Environment and Software in 2012. The primary goal of […]

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WSC Awarded a Full Scope Replica Touch Screen Control Room Simulator based on the WSC 3KEYTOUCH Product Line

04/08/14

*H.B. Robinson Nuclear Power Plant CRGTS under construction Duke Energy, H.B. Robinson Nuclear Power Plant is undergoing a major plant upgrade to replace their existing turbine controls with a new distributed control system (DCS). To provide a means to train the plant operators on the new DCS prior to the system implementation in the plant, […]

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The First APR1400 Simulator Delivered to UAE ENEC Barakah Nuclear Power Plant

04/08/14

*ENEC Barakah Simulator “FSS1” Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) was selected by the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) to provide four (4) Advanced Pressurized Water Reactor (APR1400) Nuclear Power Plants for the United Arab Emirates (UAE). As part of this massive project, Korea Hydro Nuclear Power (KHNP) and Western Services Corporation (WSC) are responsible for […]

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Hungary`s PAKS NPP Training & Simulation Center exclusive Tour

24/04/14

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Seminar and Training on Scaling Uncertainty and 3D Coupled Code Calculations in Nuclear Technology

21/08/13

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Tecnatom’s Full Scope Simulators & Severe Accident. A different training approach

06/08/13

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Memories: Nuclear Training & Simulation China Forum 2013

25/06/13

On the 20th and 21st of June 2013 NRG Events hosted the very first Nuclear Training & Simulation China Forum. The event took place in the amazing 5-star Peninsula Hotel in Beijing After meeting with and talking to some of the key people and organizations in the Chinese Nuclear Industry, we found out that there […]

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Simulator for Shandong NPP Unit 1 Ready for Operator Training

15/05/13

Lately Westinghouse completed its turnover of Unit 1 simulator to CPI’s Shandong Nuclear Power Company, marking a new milestone for Haiyang NPP that Unit 1 simulator is ready for operator training. The simulator of Haiyang NPP Unit 1 is based on engineering data of Unit 1 & 2 and engineered and manufactured by US-based Westinghouse. […]

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China: First AP1000 operators get training on GSE Simulators

02/05/13

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29/04/13

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Two more reactors under way in China

18/04/13

Source: http://www.world-nuclear-news.org/ Work on two new nuclear power reactors was inaugurated on 26 December – just 11 days after a ceremony for the start of work on six other units. The latest units to officially enter the construction phase are at Fangjiashan, near the existing Qinshan nuclear power plant in Zhejiang province. That region of […]

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NRC proposes first post-Fukushima safety standards

17/09/12

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) on Feb. 17 proposed three rules to address safety-related issues following the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan. The rules, the first since the NRC established its task force to recommend safety enhancements at all U.S. nuclear plants, were proposed to commissioners in a memo […]

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Groups sign agreement to build and operate Poland’s first nuclear power plant

17/09/12

Polish companies Polska Grupa Energetyczna SA (PGE), KGHM Polska Miedź SA, Tauron Polska Energia SA and Enea SA, said they will prepare a draft agreement for the acquisition of shares in PGE EJ 1 sp. z o.o., a special purpose company directly responsible for the preparation of an investment process for the construction and operation […]

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EnergySolutions moves into next phase of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant clean-up contract

17/09/12

EnergySolutions (NYSE: ES) on Sept. 12 said it has entered into the second phase of its contract with Toshiba Corp. as part of the on-going remediation of the damaged Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan. Previously selected in March as the technology provider for the clean-up of the large volume of radioactively contaminated water […]

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Construction milestone met at Chinese nuclear power project

17/09/12

Construction of two Areva EPR reactors at the Taishan nuclear power station in China reached a new stage of development Sept. 12, EDF and Areva said. The owner and future site operator, Taishan Nuclear Power Joint Venture Co. (TNPJVC), which is 30 percent owned by EDF and 70 percent owned by its Chinese partner, the […]

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