The Nuclear Renaissance

The Nuclear Renaissance

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Description: Nuclear Renaissance and Nuclear Capacity Growth Projections through 2050 with Evolution of Nuclear Reactors; it also gives detail study on AP1000 giving its Design Features, Passive Safety Systems (PCS, PXS), Safety Systems Comparison with standard PWR, AP1000 Safety Components, Plant Arrangement for how Smaller Nuclear Footprint Improves Economics; with AP1000's Modularization & Construction, Construction Plan, Investment Risk Reduction.

 
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Contents:
GESTI�N DE EQUIPOS Y REPUESTOS
RELACIONADOS CON LA SEGURIDAD

Relanzamiento nuclear: La aportaci�n de los nuevos dise�os.
Eva Cervantes - Westinghouse Jornada T�cnica

2010

9 de junio
1

Sociedad Nuclear Espa�ola

Westinghouse - Part of
Shaw
20%

group
Kazatomprom

TOSHIBA
67%


3%

10%

Westinghouse

FAI

PaR

WEC Welding & Machining

WesDyne

Hansa

PCI

WEMS

WCES

Westinghouse Electric Company

Nuclear Services

Nuclear Fuel

Nuclear Power Plants

Westinghouse - A Global Organization
>13,000 people in 15 countries

Focus on being a full-service engineering supplier:
� PWR OEM � BWR OEM � PBMR OEM � Hardware Design & Manufacture � Fuel Supplier � Plant Engineering � Waste Management � Decommissioning & Dismantlement � Spare Parts

The Nuclear Renaissance Has Arrived
Nuclear Capacity Growth Projections
Nuclear Capacity through 2050
(reference/median cases) 1900
WETO reference case WNA mean UxC IAEA mean EIA reference case

1700 Nuclear Generating Capacity (GWe)

1500

1300

1100

900

700

500

300 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 2045 2050

Shared Responsibility and Acknowledge

Nuclear Reactors Evolution

AP1000 - Design Features

Passive Safety Systems: Replace mechanical & electrical systems - results in fewer materials and equipment Modular design: Drives faster, predictable construction schedule Simplified Design: Reduced Operations and Maintenance Cost versus other plant designs Proven Technology: Majority of design utilizes proven Westinghouse experience and technology

� � �
Simple and Standardized

AP1000 - Passive Safety Systems
PCS PXS

Plant Safety Margin Exceeds all Active Designs

AP1000 - Safety Systems Comparison

Standard PWR Simple Safety Systems Improves O&M

AP1000

AP1000 - Safety Components

Optional Pre-Application Review

50% Fewer Safety-grade Valves

PWR Actual

35% Fewer Pumps

80% Less Safety-grade Pipe

45% Less Seismic Building Volume

AP1000

70% Less Cable

Simple Passive Safety Design Improves Economics

AP1000 - Plant Arrangement
Smaller Nuclear Footprint Improves Economics

AP1000 - Modularization & Construction

Modular & Open-Top Construction Drives Predictable Schedule and Cost

AP1000 - Construction Plan

2 Weeks

1 Month

2 Months

1 Year

2 Years

3-D Model and Schedule Integrated Reduce Construction Schedule and Costs

AP1000 - Investment Risk Reduction

AP1000 - Units Under Contract
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Sanmen 1 Haiyang 1 Sanmen 2 Haiyang 2 Vogtle 3 Levy 1 V C Summer 2 Vogtle 4 Levy 2 V C Summer 3

AP1000 - China Milestones
� Ground breaking and excavation

� Major equipment purchase � First concrete poured on time and quality

AP1000 - China Milestones
� Containment vessel and modules fabrication

AP1000 - China Milestones
� First module on time and quality

The Westinghouse AP1000

TM

The passive design allows more procurement of materials from commercial grade suppliers

Supply Chain Management Organization
NPP SCM Vice President

Demand Planning & Business Development

Primary Equipment Sourcing

Aux and BOP Sourcing

Module Sourcing

Contracts

Project Supply Transportation & Supplier and Engineering Logistics

SCORE MODEL

Plan

Source

Make
Vertical, Project Specific

Deliver
Horizontal, Across all Projects

AP1000 - Supply Chain Vision
Localized Supply Base as a partner with Westinghouse in the AP1000TM Integrated Global Supply Chain network
1. 2. Localization & horizontal integration � We Buy where we Build TM Progression of Localization � Development/Investment
� � Minimum: Construction labor and construction commodities Medium: Localization of equipment by qualified local industries. Mainly Commercial off the shelf, build-to-spec, non-safety, but need to be commercially competitive Maximum: Qualified safety-related, Tech Transfer. TT develops local industries, licensed technology. Usually viable only for national fleet program aspirations



Supply Chain Expectations on Suppliers
An unwavering commitment to quality and safety Cost competitiveness Value the prevention of errors Own and proactively solve problems Aggressive and predictable in terms of delivery Able and willing to share in the risk for future business as demand grows Utilize lessons learned for continuous improvement Teamwork Competitive supply base Optimized Cost & Schedule w/ certainty Quality

Supplier Identification Processes
Business Development Supplier Symposiums Logistics Fuels WEC (Supplier Web site) Complete Supplier Evaluation Form Identify component /commodity/criteria Supplier Identification Determine top rank Sourcing Groups Sourcing Groups Customers Sourcing Internet Services Demand Planning

Supplier Engineering (Global Supplier Website) Supplier Engineering (C& E Matrix)

Validation Process Audit Team Audit (Sourcing Lead, Quality, Supplier Selected Engineering, Finance, Engineering, Suppliers
Project Delivery)

QSL
Action Plan to QSL/ASL

ASL

Major AP1000 Suppliers
EMD
RCPs China -100% Localization by 2015

Sheffield Forgemasters
RCP Casings Forgings

Sandvik
SG Tubes

Chicago Bridges & Iron
Containment Vessel

WEC-Newington
Internals, CRDM

KSB
RCPs

Japan Steel Works
Heavy Forgings

Electric Boat
Modules

Sumitomo
SG Tubes

PAR
Fuel Handling

GSE Systems
Simulator

Mangiarotti
CV, RV Piping

Toshiba Doosan
SG, RV, Piping, Pressurizer

ENSA
SG, RV

Turbine - Generators

WEC-Shaw
Modules

Valinox
SG Tubes

Other Nuclear Industrial Centers
- Czech Republic - France - Brazil - India - Canada - Russia

Critical Long Lead Material Planning
Dates to meet COD 1/2024
Equipment SG Forgings Tubing RCP RV Forgings CA20 Sub-assembly and material Main Turbine/Gen Forgings Reserve Construction Crane Purchase Orders Placed Nov-15 On-Site Date Feb-21

Dec-16 Sep-15 Aug-16 Aug-18 Dec-16

Mar-22 Nov-20 Jun-18 Dec-21 Nov-18

Early reservations for material/fabrication may be required for certain items to lock in PO dates

Critical Path to meet COD 1/2024
Year Contracting
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

8/14
Early works agreement to release LLM

8/16 EP/EPC signed Supplier driven schedule 46 m 1/17 Start fabrication RV > 18 m 48 m construction (future target 36 m) 1/18 Clear & grub Module & CV assembly 7/19 FCD 11/20 RV on site 7/23 Fuel load

LLM, e.g. RV
Capacity @ risk Capacity and market driven date! JSW 16 m 9/14 9/15 Reserve PO RV RV forgings forgings

Site & construction

6/15 9/15 Access (latest 6/16) to site Site eng.

Modules & CV

8/16 CA20 material PO

9/19 start install CA20 8/19 set CV bottom head 6/21 Pre-op testing

6m 1/24 6/23 Start-up COD testing

Testing

Major Orders
Steam Generators (SG) Reactor Vessels (RV) Reactor Vessel Internals Reactor Coolant Pumps (RCP) RCP Variable Frequency Drives Control Rod Drive Mechanisms Polar Crane Containment Vessel Safety Valves Passive Residual Heat Removal Heat Exchanger
RV #1 Upper Shell RCP Fingerplates RCP Casing SG Tubesheet Sanmen Unit #1A Cladding Operation

Heavy Component Forgings
SG-Tubesheet RV-Transition Ring

SG-Lower Shell

RV-Lower Shell

Example of Fabrication Centre
Module Fabrication Shop at Haiyang

Spare Parts Definitions
Construction & Start Up Mandatory Spares Mandatory Spare
� Needed for first two refueling cycles

Strategic Spare
� For specific maintenance needs for avoiding extended plant shutdown

Recommended Spare

Spare Parts Process Roles
Project Manager
Overall management

Customer Interface Engineering Installation Support (IS) and Start Up (SU) Support
� IS identifies construction spares � SU identifies mandatory and strategic spares for start up

Supply Chain Management
Manage Vendor interface

Decision Tree for Identifying Spare Parts
Review design of component Identify part

Is the part a consumable? Determine if asembly/subcomponents are potential spares

YES
(e.g., gasket, O-ring, some types of bolts)

NO Is it reasonable to keep the part as a spare? NO Are there additional parts YES necessary for potential repairs to the Part? NO No additional potential spares YES Place part on spare parts list

Is the part replaceable?

YES
(e.g., manway cover, small valve, valve stem, RCP, SG)

YES Is there a higher level assembly? or are there subcomponents? NO

NO
(e.g., SG tube)

Place repair parts on the spare parts list

List of spare parts and repair parts from engineering

SCM & NPO - Today
SCM: � Global Supplier Network � Local Industry NPO: � Electro-Mechanical & I&C Aftermarket Services:
Replacement Part Factory Services Component/Upgrades

� Parts Database � On-Line Quotes: Rapid EIDMS

The future is bright!

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