North America Nuclear Power Plants Industry
Expert interview - improving operations in the nuclear power plant industry
expert interview tracking task on how to simplify operational processes through automation. Our client has developed a visual platform that simplifies and digitizes the planning and execution of procedures in nuclear plants would would like to test it against market realities the interview will be about 45-60 minutes.
We are looking for experts;
- based in north america
- currently work at a nuclear power plant
- ideally a plant manger or operations executive
if you are interested, please let me know.
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Nuclear Equipment Maintenance
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For a current study, we are trying to understand the challenges in servicing and maintaining nuclear equipment. We are seeking nuclear engineering consultants that have nuclear/plant maintenance experience (recent) and can speak to challenges/pain points they see in this space. Please note, we are focused on experts in the united states or europe region.
Please note that we are only interested in your personal point of view and expert insight and are not seeking any confidential information.
We are scheduling 45-60 minute discussions with experts this and next week and are happy to offer a negotiable usd 250 compensation for each interview. Please note that we are handling the standard zintro fee separately, hence the expert is not involved in paying this.
We would welcome any referrals to other relevant experts as well.
Thank you in advance, and i look forward to hearing from you.
meagan+4 Other Responses
From a layman's perspective, i think i understand the process of controlled fission and how it supports elec power generation. The only part i can't seem to find information on is how the process actually starts. I see how the reactors controll the process and can even stop it. But when i look at how it starts, all i see is that a neutron has to bombard the plutonium or uranium to start the reaction/atom splitting.
Does this just just occur naturally when the materials are in proximity or is there a device used to start the reaction afterwhich it is controlled by the nuclear plant mechanisms?
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Renewable Energy Germany
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