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The grounds around the plant have been landscaped and the overall appearance of the plant has significantly improved. Also, a plant security system was established that significantly improved plant security. Plant communication. To facilitate the everyday communication of plant personnel an email system on the plant's internal computer network (LAN) has been implemented. The system is used extensively by the staff. It has enabled quick and effective communication between the plants operated by CEZ that are interconnected by CEZ-net.
Bubbler-condenser steam inlet 10. ECCS low pressure injection pump 23. Bubbler-condenser steam space 11. Confinement spray pump 24. Bubbler condenser tower 12. HP ECCS borated water storage tank 25. Special self-locking check valve 13. Hydrazine hydrate storage tank 26. Plain check valve with dampers FIG. 1. RCS and safety system layout. 41 rnifohTlity Factor ibur-yeazs fbatiti eans and m edsns 57-90 88-91 89-92 FIG. 90-93 91-94 92-95 2. Energy availability factor. F% ;it if fcur-yeazs fbatm^sns 91-94 90-53 FIG.
This has been due to the extremely low UCF value in 1992, when an extended outage took place, during which some upgrading activities were carried out. So a significant improvement in performance is expected. 2%. The UCLF is presented in the same way as the previous two indicators. 55%. A slower, yet still decreasing trend, can be seen at the other units. 9%. A2 are the number of reactor scrams, the number of INES events rated higher than 0, and the number of human errors. First, the number of reactor scrams in the first three years of operation was marked by the commissioning of individual units.
Evaluating, Improving Nuclear Powerplant Operating Performance (IAEA TECDOC-1098)