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What happens at the Romanian NPP Cernavoda?

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From Romania, there are reports that the country's only nuclear power plant, Chernavodskaya (Cernavoda), was the second incident in a week. It is reported that at a nuclear power plant with a total capacity of 1,4 thousand MW one of the two existing nuclear reactors was shut down. The company Nuclearelectrica, engaged in the maintenance of the Romanian nuclear power plant, said that the reactor was disconnected from the energy system today due to identified problems.


The previous failure of the same nuclear power plant in Romania occurred last Sunday. Then, as a result of the failure, the power plant also had to be disconnected from the entire electrical generation system. And in the said company they stated that repair work was carried out at the station, as a result of which the situation had normalized.

Now, the press service of Nuclearelectrica claims that new problems in the operation of one of the reactors are in no way connected with the Sunday incident.

What happens at the Romanian NPP Cernavoda?


CEO object Kozmin Gita:
Nuclearelectrica SA announces that the 2 power unit of Cernavoda NPP has automatically disconnected from the National Energy System in the morning of March 29, 2018, due to a malfunction in the technological electrical system of a conventional substation.
Specialists investigate the case and carry out the necessary remedial work in accordance with the procedures specific to the nuclear industry in such situations.


It is stated that the background radiation at the station remains normal.

For reference: Cernavoda NPP was commissioned in December 1996. Construction began on the Soviet project in 1980 year. It is the largest power generation facility in the country.
Photos used:
www.nuclearelectrica.ro
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  1. 210ox
    210ox 29 March 2018 17: 07
    +6
    Did automatic protection work? Then they’ll figure it out. Only without snotty ones (advisers from Westinghouse) At power plants these “incidents” happen quite often. He himself worked in the power industry for a long time and at TPPs
    1. svp67
      svp67 29 March 2018 17: 10
      +2
      Quote: 210ox
      Only without snotty (advisers from Westinghouse)

      And here I would really like to know whose "builds" they use there? TVEL or Westinghouse
      1. Vard
        Vard 29 March 2018 17: 14
        +12
        The station was built by Canadians ... the USSR has nothing to do with it ...
        1. svp67
          svp67 29 March 2018 17: 16
          +2
          Quote: Vard
          The station was built by Canadians ... the USSR has nothing to do with it ...

          Why is the USSR not related to the nuclear power plant, which began to be built according to the Soviet project?
          1. Vard
            Vard 29 March 2018 17: 17
            +12
            The station was designed by the Canadian state-owned company Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) in the 1980s ... The station was built jointly by the Canadian AECL and the Italian Ansaldo Nucleare.
            1. svp67
              svp67 29 March 2018 17: 19
              +10
              Quote: Vard
              Look on the Internet ... Canadians built a station ...

              Thanks, already looked. And I have a question for the author of this article, is that where he got it from?
              Construction began on a Soviet project in 1980.
              1. Dead duck
                Dead duck 29 March 2018 18: 10
                +7
                Quote: svp67
                And I have a question for the author of this article, is that where he got it from?

                and it doesn’t matter ... the main thing is that the Russians are to blame again.
                The British cause is more alive than all living things.
              2. reservist
                reservist 29 March 2018 19: 55
                +1
                Quote: svp67
                And I have a question for the author of this article, is that where he got it from?

                probably sucked from a finger ...

                on the website mentioned in the article www.nuclearelectrica.ro on the first page the same about the Canadian AECL is written
                Pitesti Nuclear Fuel Plant
                The Nuclear Fuel Plant is located near the town of Mioveni-Arges at 25 kilometers from Pitesti.

                The fabrication of the CANDU nuclear fuel started in 1980, through the commissioning of a CANDU type Fuel Pilot Plant operating as a department of the Nuclear Research Institute (ICN) Pitesti. The separation of the Nuclear Fuel Plant from ICN, as a distinct branch, occurred in 1992.

                In 1994, AECL and Zircatec Precision Industries Inc. (Canada) qualified the Nuclear Fuel Plant (FCN) as a CANDU 6 fuel manufacturer.

                During 2004-2006, by small investment, FCN Pitesti was able to double its production capacity in order to ensure the operation of two units.

                In 2007, FCN has obtained the certificate TUV EN ISO 14001: 2004 for the environment management system.

                In 2008, FCN delivered the transport number 100 to Cernavoda NPP, with aa total content of 1300 tones of uranium (equivalent to 32 milion tones of brown coal).

                FCN Pitesti produces annualy about 10.080 nuclear fuel bundles for the operation of Cernavoda NPP.

                FCN Pitesti is capable to offer consultancy, technical assistance and a series of equipment to the companies interested in technology transfer and nuclear fuel production.

                www.nuclearelectrica.ro/?lang=en
      2. 210ox
        210ox 29 March 2018 17: 14
        +2
        The shutdown of equipment (reportedly) has nothing to do with it .. Although there is a desire, and I think there are more interested overseas.
      3. Vitaly Anisimov
        Vitaly Anisimov 29 March 2018 17: 19
        +2
        Quote: svp67
        Quote: 210ox
        Only without snotty (advisers from Westinghouse)

        And here I would really like to know whose "builds" they use there? TVEL or Westinghouse

        Yes, it’s clear that it’s not ours ... They put all kinds of garbage there, as in Ukraine! Our NPPs can be provided with quality service, only by Russian specialists .. I can play it off and again blame Russia!
        1. Normal ok
          Normal ok 29 March 2018 19: 53
          0
          Quote: MIKHAN
          OUR NPPs can provide quality service, only Russian specialists

          At the same time, for example, emergency situations occur regularly at the Leningrad NPP.
          1. Vitaly Anisimov
            Vitaly Anisimov 29 March 2018 20: 43
            +1
            Quote: Normal ok
            Quote: MIKHAN
            OUR NPPs can provide quality service, only Russian specialists

            At the same time, for example, emergency situations occur regularly at the Leningrad NPP.

            Well, offer to go to service from the USA ..? I remember in the 90s this was seriously discussed by the EBN, right up to the protection of our nuclear weapons by US soldiers .. The Russians don’t know anything, they are purely “gas stations” and “lower volts” with missiles ... Did I understand you correctly? hi
          2. hrych
            hrych 29 March 2018 21: 12
            +1
            Quote: Normal ok
            at Leningrad NPP regularly occur emergency

            What are you saying wassat And regularly? Constantly or periodically?
            1. Paranoid50
              Paranoid50 30 March 2018 01: 26
              +3
              Quote: hrych
              And regularly? Constantly or periodically?

              Yes every day. wassat Given that the LNPP-2 is being actively built and commissioned (the first power unit was launched in early March), then yes, for Svidomidze, any event there is an emergency. yes Again - spring is coming, and even in parallel worlds, someone is demolishing a tower.
          3. Antares
            Antares 29 March 2018 23: 31
            0
            Quote: Normal ok
            At the same time, for example, emergency situations occur regularly at the Leningrad NPP.

            judging by the communication at VO, only at Ukrainian stations (mainly Zaporizhzhya and Khmelnitsky) ... laughing all over the world and the Russian Federation everything is ok. I do not see the first Ukrainian.
        2. Setrac
          Setrac 29 March 2018 23: 58
          +3
          Quote: MIKHAN
          OUR NPPs can provide quality service, only Russian specialists ..

          What side does your statement refer to the Romanian nuclear power plant?
      4. Piramidon
        Piramidon 29 March 2018 17: 57
        +1
        Quote: svp67
        And here I would really like to know whose "builds" they use there? TVEL or Westinghouse

        Judging by the message, neither the assembly nor the reactor itself are related to the accident
        The 2nd power unit of the Cernavoda NPP was automatically disconnected from the National Power System on the morning of March 29, 2018 due to malfunctions in the technological electrical system of a conventional substation.
      5. Normal ok
        Normal ok 29 March 2018 19: 50
        +1
        Quote: svp67
        And here I would really like to know whose "builds" they use there? TVEL or Westinghouse

        And what does TVEL have to do with it, when the stated reason is in the substation.
    2. dorz
      dorz 29 March 2018 17: 12
      +6
      There is even nothing to look for a reason.
    3. 76SSSR
      76SSSR 29 March 2018 17: 14
      +1
      Quote: 210ox
      At power plants, these "incidents" are quite common. He himself worked in the energy sector for a long time, and at TPPs.

      The key. Nevertheless, the scale of a possible catastrophe and its consequences is very different between nuclear power plants and thermal power plants.
    4. Dam
      Dam 29 March 2018 21: 13
      0
      Yes, the Romanians will figure it out
  2. bogart047
    bogart047 29 March 2018 17: 12
    +2
    tours of Chernobyl, deshe.
    1. Dormidont
      Dormidont 29 March 2018 18: 51
      0
      One way
  3. Herculesic
    Herculesic 29 March 2018 17: 15
    +2
    How did the EU not close this station? The extremists and the Bulgarians were shut down, but here is a flaw, however! lol
    1. Starover_Z
      Starover_Z 29 March 2018 17: 20
      +1
      Quote: Herkulesich
      How did the EU not close this station? The extremists and the Bulgarians were shut down, but here is a flaw, however! lol

      Now it’s definitely barked - “Close !!!”, especially if the initial project is from the East. Reason reinforced concrete!
    2. Vitaly Anisimov
      Vitaly Anisimov 29 March 2018 17: 24
      0
      Quote: Herkulesich
      How did the EU not close this station? The extremists and the Bulgarians were shut down, but here is a flaw, however! lol

      Romanians are not fools ... And yet they will have to let our specialists go there, otherwise BOOM!
    3. tol100v
      tol100v 29 March 2018 17: 50
      0
      Quote: Herkulesich
      How did the EU not close this station? The extremists and the Bulgarians were shut down, but here is a flaw, however!

      The station, although of "western" origin, will soon be closed, under any far-fetched pretext. Energy-rich Romanians are not needed in the EU!
  4. CommanderDIVA
    CommanderDIVA 29 March 2018 17: 17
    0
    Probably Westigauz fuel rods on Soviet versions of reactors are fucking up by analogy with the South Ukrainian nuclear power plant
    1. Piramidon
      Piramidon 30 March 2018 09: 46
      0
      Quote: CommanderDIVA
      Probably Westigauz fuel rods on Soviet versions of reactors are fucking up by analogy with the South Ukrainian nuclear power plant

      What is the relationship between the fuel rods and the electrical substation?
  5. HAM
    HAM 29 March 2018 17: 17
    +6
    Even the names of nuclear power plants coincide, it’s creepy ... Cernavoda, Chernobyl ..
    1. Roma 1977
      Roma 1977 29 March 2018 17: 53
      +6
      Moreover: in the "Apocalypse" are mentioned nearby "star Wormwood" and "poisonous waters".
  6. evil partisan
    evil partisan 29 March 2018 17: 36
    +4
    Well ... Romanians are old nuclear scientists, they’ll figure it out. yes Well, or run away.
  7. gloomy fox
    gloomy fox 29 March 2018 18: 20
    0
    whose fuel do you use? I hope you have enough mind not to do stupid things.
  8. APASUS
    APASUS 29 March 2018 18: 21
    +1
    C'mon already. The Romanians supplied tilers to Europe, can they really not cope with the nuclear power plant?
    wink wink lol
  9. Terenin
    Terenin 29 March 2018 18: 39
    +2
    It is stated that the background radiation at the station remains normal. Well, that’s good. We continue to observe with polite calm. yes
  10. Dormidont
    Dormidont 29 March 2018 18: 49
    +1
    Why do they need so much electricity? To collect corn under artificial lighting?
  11. konstantin68
    konstantin68 29 March 2018 19: 03
    0
    Why is the nuclear power plant still not “desovietized”? After all, the invaders built it! Double standarts?
    1. Town Hall
      Town Hall 29 March 2018 19: 09
      +4
      Quote: konstantin68
      Why is the nuclear power plant still not “desovietized”? After all, the invaders built it! Double standarts?




      What occupants built this nuclear power plant?
      1. Antares
        Antares 29 March 2018 23: 33
        +5
        Quote: Town Hall
        Quote: konstantin68
        Why is the nuclear power plant still not “desovietized”? After all, the invaders built it! Double standarts?




        What occupants built this nuclear power plant?

        Canadian and Italian probably .. laughing
  12. Hey
    Hey 29 March 2018 19: 04
    +2
    You can believe in mysticism.
    Chernobyl - black reality
    Cernavoda - black water
    For such objects, you need to choose places with bright names.
    1. Town Hall
      Town Hall 29 March 2018 19: 08
      0
      Quote: MUD
      You can believe in mysticism.
      Chernobyl - black reality
      Cernavoda - black water
      For such objects, you need to choose places with bright names.




      Do you think in Romanian black water translates as cernavoda?)))
      1. Hey
        Hey 29 March 2018 19: 53
        +2
        If you do not go into linguistic disputes, then in many foreign words there is a Slavic root, and not only linguistic. Even giving new names to new things, anyway, the Slavic world will slip somewhere. Two brief examples:
        The English word tree is a tree, in Slavic three it is a tree as a symbol of the connection of the three elements of heaven (crown) trunk (surface of the earth), root (underground).
        Collider - if you read the wiki then the designation is hell, and in the Slavic colo wheel, circle. The fact that he really has such a form is such an image.
        Simply, the Slavs on a subconscious level think figuratively and give names for a reason, hence Chernobyl and Chernavoda, which means that something was connected with black (dark) forces. And in such places it is not worth building risky objects.
        1. Town Hall
          Town Hall 30 March 2018 15: 30
          0
          Quote: MUD
          Simply, the Slavs on a subconscious level think figuratively and give names for a reason, hence Chernobyl and Chernavoda, which means that something was connected with black (dark) forces. And in such places it is not worth building risky objects.




          Do not write nonsense. Black Water in Romanian-Apa Neagra (Ape Neagra).
    2. Normal ok
      Normal ok 29 March 2018 20: 10
      +3
      Quote: MUD
      You can believe in mysticism. Chernobyl - black tales

      Chernobyl is the name of wormwood in Old Russian and Ukrainian. The word has nothing to do with "black were" lol
      1. Hey
        Hey 29 March 2018 20: 41
        +2
        Everything is correct - there was a black (dark) event (reality), after which there was death and an unpleasant smell, the bitterness of loss. But since there was a lot of wormwood in this place. Our ancestors gave her the name to look at this grass and it reminded me of a terrible event. They understood that not one monument would not survive as long as the wormwood grass - Chernobyl - would constantly revive.
        I repeat once again the Slavs think figuratively and such give names associated with the seen image.
  13. Volozhanin
    Volozhanin 29 March 2018 20: 41
    0
    Gypsies nuclear power plant? Nah-nah.
  14. SmokeR 47RU
    SmokeR 47RU 29 March 2018 20: 56
    0
    Mlyn! But this is really scary ...
    This is not a novice. I myself work at nuclear power plants and I know.
  15. Antares
    Antares 29 March 2018 23: 40
    +2
    in the technological electrical system of a conventional substation.

    blocks are disconnected due to constant failures in the system of substations ... The system crashes in them, and not in hazardous areas.
    Commentators, of course, do not particularly look at the text ... The nuclear power plant system is complicated. In order not to spread panic (alert) news
    In the state-owned electricity company Nuclearelectrica, commenting on the incident, emphasized that a malfunction had occurred in a technological electrical system, not in a nuclear.

    Earlier this week, the operation of the same reactor resumed after another accident that occurred on Sunday. The company said that these two incidents are not related to each other.
    Our measurements were even made to increase the background (well, just in case)
  16. Altai
    Altai 30 March 2018 07: 03
    0
    Quote: MUD
    If you do not go into linguistic disputes, then in many foreign words there is a Slavic root, and not only linguistic. Even giving new names to new things, anyway, the Slavic world will slip somewhere. Two brief examples:
    The English word tree is a tree, in Slavic three it is a tree as a symbol of the connection of the three elements of heaven (crown) trunk (surface of the earth), root (underground).
    Collider - if you read the wiki then the designation is hell, and in the Slavic colo wheel, circle. The fact that he really has such a form is such an image.
    Simply, the Slavs on a subconscious level think figuratively and give names for a reason, hence Chernobyl and Chernavoda, which means that something was connected with black (dark) forces. And in such places it is not worth building risky objects.
    1. Altai
      Altai 30 March 2018 07: 07
      +1
      Your rating is 5, continue the work of Zadornov. Earth rest in peace to this good man.
  17. tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 30 March 2018 10: 21
    +1
    The station was designed by the Canadian company AECL in heavy water / water reactors, but not in accordance with the Soviet design.