TES in IAEA training in Malaysia


TES associate Jan Frelich provided professional advice and shared the company´s best practice and experience on safety assessment in the training course on Deterministic Safety Analysis (DSA) and cross-cutting issues organized by the Malaysian Nuclear Power Corporation (MNPC) held at the University Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN), Selangor, Malaysia from 30 October to 10 November 2017. The course is a part of Safety Assessment Advisory Programme (SAAP) in the framework of the Malaysia Essential Knowledge (MEK) aimed at building competency of local experts in the area of safety assessment. IAEA experts monitored the process of the training and provided comments and remarks aimed to improve the quality of the presentations, as part of the IAEA mission “Supervision of the 1st implementation of the local PSA training as part of Malaysia Essential Knowledge. The programme of the training focused on DSA & cross-cutting issues covering wide range of topics ranging from DBA and DEC concepts, computer codes, accident management and quality and management systems to regulatory reviews. The trainee group consisted mainly of university students and participants from stakeholders of Malaysia nuclear power programme development.

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Neutronics-physical calculations for NPP


The project is intended to ensure the transfer of knowledge in the field of neutronics-physical calculations from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication of the Brno University of Technology (FEKT VUT) to the applicant company TES s.r.o. that has been involved in the conduct of thermo- hydraulic and safety calculations of nuclear installations.  The aim of the transfer is to accelerate an innovative process through the development and validation of calculation programs and models facilitating the performance of advanced combined thermo-hydraulic and neutronics-physical calculations of the nuclear power units and enhance the cooperation between FEKT VUT and TES. The project is co-financed by the European Union.

TES in All For Power Conference 2017- Prevention and Diagnostics of Large Power Sources


As  a regular participant, also this year TES took part in the twelve international  „All For Power Conference 2017“, which was held from  November 30 to December 1, 2017 in the conference centre of Clarion hotel in Prague. The main topics discussed in the conference were mainly investment projects in energetics and export of investment units, perspectives on future operation of nuclear units, maintenance and repairs of main components of the nuclear power plants, investments in district heating and industrial power sector, etc. These topics have also been addressed in the last issue of the All For Power magazine which was presented in the conference.

With regard to increasing demands on maintenance of large power sources components, the TES company has published an article on the MCSA (Motor Current Signature Analysis) method, which focused on maintenance and diagnostics of failures and faults of large rotor asynchronous motors under load using the frequency analysis of stator current in asynchronous motors.

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