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When your boss says funds are available at the end of the year, you better have a quote in hand. Here are some quick turnaround projects to put your year-end money to good use!read more
A simulator provides researchers with a dynamic “Virtual Plant” platform to test theories and develop tangible, validated results in a true-to-life environment.read more
Combined Cycle Power Plants these days are like gas stations; whenever one starts up, another one crops up across the corner. Competition is fierce and with a small team, this puts a strain on the plant and heightens risk.read more
How to fill the boots left by an aging workforce, increasing workforce nationalization, and a general lack of available talent.read more
Distributed Control System (DCS) Emulation versus Simulation – Which is better for your nuclear power plant simulator?
Utilities need to make the decision based on what’s best in the long run.read more
Using your high-fidelity operator training simulator to virtually commission your plant before start-up dramatically reduces risk.read more
The 2005 refinery disaster in Texas showed us that structured refinery operator training programs are needed to grow employees from entry level to autonomous experts.read more
Build a training program around your thermal power plant DCS simulator to ensure the best ROI…read more
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s (NRC) Near-Term Task Force Review of Insights from the Fukushima Dai-ichi Accident states that plants should…read more
The Generic Fundamentals Examination (GFE) is the first in a series of examinations administered by the NRC to reactor operators.read more
There’s no doubt that your Nuclear Power Plant simulator is one of your most valuable and heavily used training resources.read more
The Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) put forth by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2011 is forcing power plants to reduce their emissions of toxic pollutants.read more
Relying on plant hardware to run specific plant control systems leads to several problems.read more
The incident at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant back in 2011 taught the industry many lessons.read more