The Grid Interference on Nuclear power plant Operations R&D program, GINO, aims at gaining better understanding and possibility to pro-actively minimize interference on nuclear power plant (NPP) operation due to issues in the external grid. Program benefits include revised safety and assessed safety margins, avoidance of extended outages and maintenance periods, fewer unplanned shut-downs, and lower cost of device replacement.
The program is financed by Vattenfall, Uniper, TVO, Fortum, Skellefteå Kraft, Karlstad Energi and The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority.
The mini seminar will include the following afternoon sessions:
Case Study- Effective Voltage Control and operational coordination
Johan Falk, Solvina
Sub-synchronous oscillations between FPC wind farms VSC-HVDC links and nuclear power plants.
Lena Max, Protrol
Survey on power system anchillary services
Seppo Hänninen, VTT and Tatiana Salnikova, Framatom
Co-simulation model for safety and reliability of electric systems in flexible environment of NPP
Matti Lehtonen, Aalto and Poria Divshali, VTT