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LWRS Announcement John Wagner

John C. Wagner has been named the LWRS Program Technical Integration Office Director. 

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2016 LWRS Program Accomplishments Report
This report covers selected highlights from the four research pathways in the LWRS Program: Materials Aging and Degradation, Risk-Informed Safety Margin Characterization, and Advanced Instrumentation, Information, Control Systems Technologies, and Reactor Safety Technologies, as well as a look-ahead at planned activities for 2017.
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Dr. Mitchell Farmer

​Dr. Mitchell Farmer from Argonne National Laboratory has agreed to take the role as Reactor Safety Technologies Pathway Lead.

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This report covers selected highlights from the four research pathways in the LWRS Program: Materials Aging and Degradation, Risk-Informed Safety Margin Characterization, and Advanced Instrumentation, Information, Control Systems Technologies, and Reactor Safety Technologies, as well as a look-ahead at planned activities for 2016.​

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T​​he President of the American Nuclear Society (ANS) may present one or more presidential citations to individuals who, have demonstrated outstanding effort in some manner for the benefit of the ANS and/or the nuclear community.​

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This report covers selected highlights from the three research pathways in the LWRS ​Program: Materials Aging and Degradation, Risk-Informed Safety Margin Characterization, and Advanced Instrumentation, Informa​​tion, and Control Systems Technologies, as well as a look-ahead at planned activities for 2015.​​​

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An accomplishments report highlighting progress in the development of the scientific basis, and science-based methodologies and tools, for the safe and economical long-term operation of the nation's high-performing fleet of commercial nuclear energy facilities. ​

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The Human Systems Simulation Laboratory (HSSL) at Idaho National Laboratory is a complete virtual nuclear control room created to safely test new technologies before they are implemented in real commercial reactor control rooms.​

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In 2012, the Light Water Reactor Sustainability (LWRS) Program focused on research and development to support the long-term operation of our nation's commercial nuclear power plants. Read about the DOE research, development, and demonstration role and some of the efforts achieved during 2012 in this LWRS Program Accomplishments Report​​​.

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Phase I development of the Nuclear Concrete Materials Database (NCMDB) to support the Light Water Reactor Sustainability Program has been completed. The database was developed using the Oak Ridge National Laboratory materials database infrastructure established for the Generation IV Materials Handbook. ​

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Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station hosted scientists from the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) recently that were on site testing a pilot project for performing procedure tasks using a computer-based format. ​​

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