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Report
Atomexpo2013 June 28,
St. Petersburg, Russia
Training
for the Introduction
of Nuclear Power Plant
Tae Joon LEE
Nuclear Training & Education Center
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Table of Contents
Korea, KAERI & NTC
IAEA Approach
Korea/KAERI Approach
Conclusion
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Korea, KAERI & NTC
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1. Nuclear Power Plants in Korea
As of Mar., 2013
Uljin (#1,2,3,4,5,6)
Shin-Uljin (#1,2)
Radioactive Waste
Disposal Facility
(Under construction)
Site
In
Operation
Under
Construction
Total
(2016)
Gori
6 (5,137)
2 (2,800)
8 (7,937)
Wolseong
5 (3,779)
1 (1,000)
6 (4,779)
Yonggwang
6 (5,900)
-
6 (5,900)
Uljin
6 (5,900)
2 (2,800)
8 (8,700)
Total
23 (20,716)
5 (6,600)
28 (27,316)
Source : www. khnp.co.kr
Wolseong (#1,2,3,4)
Shin-Wolseong (#1)
Shin-Wolseong (#2)
Gori (#1,2,3,4)
Shin-Gori (#1,2)
Shin-Gori (#3,4)
Yonggwang
(#1,2,3,4,5,6)
 Under Construction
− OPR1000 : Shin-Gori (#2)
− APR1400 : Shin-Gori (#3,4), Shin-Uljin (#1,2)
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1. KAERI, Cradle of Nuclear Organizations in Korea since 1959
1960s
1970s
1980s
1990s
2000s
AERI : Atomic Energy Research Institute
RRI : Radiomedical Research Institute
KCCH : Korea Cancer Center Hospital
RRIA : Radiation Research Institute in Agriculture
Dec. 2004
KNFDI : Korea Nuclear Fuel Development Institute
KINAC
KOPEC : Korea Power Engineering Co., Inc. (renamed as KEPCO E&C)
KINS : Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety
Feb. 1990
KNFC : Korea Nuclear Fuel Company (renamed as KEPCO NF)
KINS
KINAC : Korea Institute of Nuclear Nonproliferation and Control
KIRAMS : Korea Institute of Radiological and Medical Sciences
KHNP : Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.
NETEC: Nuclear Environment Technology Institute
KAERI
Nov. 1982
KNFC
Oct. 1975
KAERI
KOPEC
Apr. 2007
KCCH
KAERI
RRI
Feb. 1968
Feb. 1973
KCCH
KAERI
Dec. 1996
Technology Transfer
Dec. 1963
AERI
RRIA
Feb. 1959
Nov. 1969
- NSSS design → KOPEC
- Fuel design → KNFC
- Radwaste → KHNP/NETEC
KNFDI
Dec. 1976
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1. KAERI/NTC: Cradle of Nuclear E&T in Korea since 1967
2004 KINS/NSS
*NSS: Nuclear Safety School
1979 KHNP/KNPEI
*KNPEI: KHNP Nuclear Power
Education Institute
1967 KAERI/NTC
•NTC: Nuclear Education &
Training Center
1959 KAERI,
Nuclear Eng. Dept. in Univ.
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IAEA Approach
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2. IAEA Infrastructure Development Program
Milestones in the Development of a National , Nuclear Energy Series, No. NG-G-3.1, p. 7, IAEA, 2007
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2. IAEA HRD Approach for 1st Nuclear Power Programs
MILESTONE 1
NPP
Phase
Phase 1
Pre-project
Phase 2
Project Decision Making
Considerations before
a decision to launch
a nuclear power program
is taken
HRD
Target
HRD
Requirements
MILESTONE 2
Preparatory work to the
construction of a nuclear
power plant after a policy
decision has been taken
 Decision makers
 Business/Technical Experts
 NEPIO
 Knowledge and
skills needed to
support a nuclear
programme
identified by NEPIO
 Plan to develop and
maintain the human
resource base
developed
Training
for recognition
MILESTONE 3
Phase 3
Construction
Activities to
implement a first
nuclear power plant
Phase 4
Operation / decommissioning
Operation of the first
nuclear power plant
 Project Managers
 Manufacturing personnel
 O/M Personnel
 Regulator
 Sufficient human
resources to issue
bid request are in
place
 All human resources
to commission and
operate the first
nuclear power plant
 Initial education and
training for remaining
human resources
 Educational and
training programmes
for continuing flow of
qualified people are
underway
& assessment
of environment
Milestones in the Development of a National , Nuclear Energy Series, No. NG-G-3.1, IAEA, 2007
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2. IAEA 19 Infrastructure Issues for 1st NPP (2008)
 Infrastructure issues by the IAEA, 2008
1
National Position
2
Nuclear Safety
3
Management
4
Funding and Financing
5
Legislative Framework
6
Safeguards
7
Regulatory Framework
8
Radiation Protection
9
Electrical Grid
10 Human Resources Development
11 Stakeholders Involvement
12 Site and Supporting Facilities
13 Environmental Protection
14 Emergency Planning
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Security and Physical
Protection
17 Radioactive Waste
16 Nuclear Fuel Cycle
18 Industrial Involvement
19 Procurement
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Korea/KAERI Approach
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3. KAERI Training Programs by Course
MILESTONE 1
NPP
Phase
KAERI
Nuclear
Training
Center
Program
MILESTONE 2
Phase 1
Pre-project
Phase 2
Project Decision Making
Interregional Training on
Evaluation of Sustainable
Energy Strategies for
Addressing Climate
Change Issues, Using
IAEA’s Model Massage
Training Course on
Nuclear Power Planning
and Project Management
for Middle-level Managers
in Developing countries
WNU Course on “Key issue
in the world nuclear Industry
today”
Interregional training on
natural circulation and
passive safety systems in
advanced water cooled
reactor
MILESTONE 3
Phase 3
Construction
Phase 4
Operation / decommissioning
IAEA Inter-regional Training Course on
Fundamentals of Pressurized Water reactors with
PC-Based Simulators
KHNP training programs for project management, construction, operation nuclear
power plant
Capacity Building of Emerging Countries (Bilateral)
Nuclear Energy Policy and Nuclear Power Project Management
for High-level Decision –makers in emerging countries(Bilateral)
KOICA/KAERI/IAEA/ Interregional Training Course on Nuclear
Energy Policy, Planning and Project Management
Training for recognition
IAEA Regional
Training Course on Safety Assessment
& assessment
for Nuclear
Reactor(EBP)
of environment
IAEA Regional workshop on Asian network for education in
Nuclear Technology
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※ KHNP Courses
※ KHNP Courses
- Civil engineering
- Architecture engineering
- Electrical engineering
- I&C engineering etc
- QA & QC
- Operation training
- Mechanical engineering
- Electrical engineering
- I&C engineering
- Maintenance
3. KAERI Training Programs by Subject
MILESTONE 1
NPP
Phase
MILESTONE 2
MILESTONE 3
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Pre-project
Project Decision Making
Construction
Pre-project phase for
NPP PJT management
NPP and Fuel
Project management of NPP program
Back-end NFC
Strategic Planning of NPP
KAERI
Program
Risk Mgt of NPP PJT
NPP & Sustainable Dev’t
Next generation nuclear
reactors
IAEA milestones approach
SMR & SMART
Licensing of NPP
Korea’s N E policies
Research reactor
QA & QC in NPP
Further needs of NE
HRD in NPP
Energy resources Dev’t
Financing NPP PJT
Construction &
Manufacturing of NPP
Economics of NPP
Environmental aspects
Waste management
Decontamin’g & Dec.
Public acceptance
Nuclear HRD
Siting aspects
Training for recognition
Nuclearsafety
infrastructure
& assessment
of environment
Radiation
protection
The IAEA assistance
programme to member
states embarking on
nuclear power
International cooperation
considering introduction
of nuclear program
Legal and regulatory
Non- proliferation regime
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APR1400 & OPR1000
Korea experience of localization and innovation in nuclear industry
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Phase 4
M&O
NPP
in
Korea
Conclusions
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4. Conclusion: E&T Programs for 1st NPP in Korea
 Professional programs
KAERI/NTC: Pre-project and Project Decision Making
KHNP/KHRDI: Project Management, Construction, O&M
 Academic Programs
BS Degree : Universities, KAIST
MS Degree : Universities, KAIST, KAERI-UST, KINS-KAIST,
K-INGS(KEPCO),
PhD Degree : Universities, KAIST, KAERI-UST
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Nuclear E&T
Atoms for Sustainable World
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