1st VVER in India

January 2015
Nuclear Plant Journal;Jan/Feb2015, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p50
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP) located in Tamil Nadu, India. Topics discusses include water-water energetic reactor (VVER) units of the plant, safety features of KPNN such as a passive heat removal system, larger number of control rods and advanced instrumentation systems, a public awareness campaign conducted by KKNPP which include visit of students from local schools and colleges, a safety review by nuclear energy organization Nuclear Power Corp. of India Ltd.


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