Cutting of NPP Parts
Research of the Cutting Methods During Withdrawal of NPP from Operation.
Tech Area / Field
- FIR-INS/Nuclear Instrumentation/Fission Reactors
3 Approved without Funding
All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Non-Organic Materials named after A. Bochvar, Russia, Moscow
- NIKIMT (Institute of Assembly Technology), Russia, Moscow
Project summaryThe purpose of this project is research and analysis of modern cutting methods,, manufacturing and the tests laboratory sample device for cutting of the constructive elements with gas cleaning system and water decontamination ( during cutting in water medium ).Object of ac-tivity are methods and means for cutting of reactor materials. At fulfilment of the project a modern level of development will be analysed, choice of technology and equipment is justified, laboratory sample device for cutting with a gas cleaning and water decontamination system will be made and tested. Expected result are parameters of work of this device, which should surpass technological level achieved to present time, ensuring ecological safe cutting technology. Advantage of the project is creation of a cutting device, which differs by simplicity of a design, manufacturing and service, as well as high operational parameters.
Possible partition of the foreign partners.
During realization of the project the organizations - participants are interested in cooperation to firms: " Power Reactor and Nuclear Fuel Development Corporation " ( PNC ), Japan; "Siemens", Germany.
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