3.3.11 -- One Man's Trash Can Be Another Man's Energy
The ELECTRIC POWER Conference & Exhibition is the World's leading power generation conference that focuses on coal, gas, nuclear, and renewables. Programmed by a 100 member industry-based committee, the ELECTRIC POWER Conference covers the most important tactical issues in the power industry. The exhibit floor features over 500 exhibits showcasing their innovative products and solutions. For more information, visit www.electricpowerexpo.com/poweronline
Maintaining Nuclear Safety Standards In A Time Of Craft Labor Shortages By Gary McKinney, Day & Zimmerman
Over the years nuclear power plant operators have moved toward outsourcing maintenance and outage activities to contractors. Although contractors have been generally successful in meeting their worker needs, the influx of entry-level craft laborers and those new to the industry has created a number of challenges in the areas of safety and human performance.
CORROSION 2011, held March 13 to 17 in Houston, Texas, is the world's largest conference and exposition dedicated to corrosion prevention and solutions. The power generation track offers forums, symposia, and meetings that provide developments in nuclear system corrosion, boiler water technology, and corrosion caused by traditional and alternative fuels. Visit www.nacecorrosion.org to register and view the full technical program.
The SCADAPack® Series of compact Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) provides Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) functions for use in SCADA and telemetry applications. SCADAPack controllers are programmable in a variety of programming environments, including Relay Ladder Logic, IEC 61131-3, and multitasking C/C++.
The newly released Model 3900 general purpose pH/ORP sensor is designed to meet the broadest range of applications in the industry. It has the widest temperature operating range of any general purpose sensor and is the first to function at sub-zero temperatures, providing accurate measurements in applications from -10 degrees C to 100 degrees C.
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