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AST Control Room Habitability

Red Wolf Associates recently completed a full-scope analysis of the radiological dose consequences for one of our U.S. clients using the Alternative Source Term (AST) methodology.  The work scope included development of reactor core and RCS source terms, meteorological data assessment, onsite and offsite atmospheric dispersion factors, as well as the Chapter 15 and plant-specific control room and offsite doses.  We are happy to report that the project has met and exceeded the client's budgetary, schedule, and quality expectations.  Please contact us to learn more about our qualifications and experience performing Dose and Shielding Analysis.

Steris Part 21 Notification

Have you received a Part 21 notice from Steris Isomedix or a vendor regarding the improper radiation testing of valves or other components? ADAMS ML14210A053

Our EQ staff average more han 30 years of first-hand experience implementing and managing EQ programs at commercial nuclear plants, both PWRs and BWRs. We are also experts at performing shielded dose analyses to support EQ. Contact Red Wolf Associates to see how we can efficiently help you address operability concerns and develop a path forward. Click on the "live help!" button below to chat with an engineer. You can also reach us by phone or email here.

Nuclear Industry News

EDF Energy signs final agreements for $23.4bn Hinkley Point C project in UK

French energy giant EDF Energy has signed final agreements with the UK government and its Chinese partner China General Nuclear Corporation (CGN) for the development of the proposed £18bn ($23.4bn) Hinkley Point C nuclear project in Somerset, UK....

I-16-028: NRC Names New Resident Inspector at Seabrook Nuclear Plant

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