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- Oct 2-4 – European Nuclear Power Plant Simulation Forum – Vienna, Austria
- Sept 7-8 – European Power Plant Simulator Users Conference – Essen, Germany
- Aug 6-9 – ANS Utility Working Conference and Vendor Technology Expo – Amelia Island, FL, USA
- June 11-15 – ANS Annual Meeting – San Francisco, CA, USA
- May 15-19 – Technical Meeting on Developing a Systematic Education and Training Approach Using Personal Computer Based Simulators for Nuclear Power Programmes – Vienna, Austria
- Mar 30-31 – International SMR and Advanced Reactor Summit – Atlanta, GA, USA
Latest posts from the Performance Improvement Blog
While all simulation vendors claim that they can provide high-fidelity power plant simulators, what does the term “high-fidelity” really mean? If you require a high-fidelity power plant simulator, either by law or by virtue, it is important to note that not all high-fidelity simulators are created equal.read more
Effective troubleshooting is a skill that can make the difference between profit and loss – and between safe operations and front page news. Unfortunately, traditional paper-based troubleshooting exercises don’t provide a realistic experience for learners.read more
At CONTE 2017, GSE hosted a panel discussion of experts utilizing what the industry has dubbed a “full-scope virtual simulator” to enhance their nuclear plant training programs. This blog post summarizes the key takeaways.read more
Explosive atmospheres can occur wherever flammable gases, vapours, mists or dusts mix with the surrounding air. That situation can arise in a wide range of industrial environments, from chemical processing, storage or transportation activities to food manufacturing.read more
The topic of arc flash hazards in the marine sector is highlighted in a new Lloyd’s Register (LR) guidance document, produced in collaboration with GSE Systems Ltd.read more
Offshore oil and gas operations require the highest standards of safety. Managing arc flash risks in this environment calls for a comprehensive, engineering-led approach.read more