The group of companies NEOLANT, a designer and active provider of information modeling for Fuel & Energy Complex, presented the experience in Information Support Systems for Decommissioning creation at the International Nuclear Forum “Bulgarian Nuclear Power Industry - National, Regional and World Safety” (BULATOM).
Experts of NEOLANT Company have developed a concept of the information support to decommission NPP units on basis of their engineering information models in compliance with Rosenergoatom’s order. As of today the said system, created on the basis of this concept, was already adopted in six Russian nuclear power plants and intended to be implemented in four additional entities by the year 2020.
Information Support System for Decommissioning is known to be Data Central Storage where all design, maintenance, and other documentation and information has been accumulated and integrated. All together they are need for NPP units preparation and decommissioning. In broader terms – this is a comprehensive concept developed by NEOLANT which provides informational support when NPP units are subjects for decommissioning. On the basis of it the implemented process technology is capable to do the following:
The intent of Bulgarian colleagues to get knowledge about NEOLANT’s product is not a fluke. Kozlodyi, one of the biggest in the world nuclear power station, is located in Bulgaria. Currently its four of the six units are decommissioned.
“NPP "Kozlodyi" was constructed in accordance with the typical design developed by USSR experts and we have been working with the sites like this for more than 10 years. So, Russian experience of decommissioning is greatly expected by the Bulgarian colleagues”,–
said Vladislav Tikhonovsky, Director for the Department of Information Technologies in Energy Sector, the group of companies NEOLANT.
It must be noted that Information Support System for Decommissioning gets repeatedly international recognition: