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Q: Where are the 6 oxygen probes in the plant? A: There are 3 per unit. One for Rx water located in the clean-up loop. One in feedwater and one in condensate.
Q: What is objective #1? …....What is the memory key? ….......What processes support this objective: Answer: Objective 1: Training for Performance Improvement Training is used as a strategic tool to provide highly skilled and knowledgeable personnel for safe, reliable operations and to support performance improvement. What is the memory key? B
Q: What is objective #2? …........What is the memory key? ….........What processes support this objective? Answer: Objective 2: Management of Training Processes and Resources Management is committed to and accountable for developing and sustaining training programs that meet station needs. Resources and an infrastructure of training processes are applied c
Q; What is objective #4? …......................What is the memory key? ….......................What processes support this objective : Answer: Objective 4: Continuing Training Continuing training uses a systematic approach to training to refresh and improve the application of knowledge and job-related skills and to meet management expectations for personnel and plant performance.
Q: What is objective #5? …....................What is the memory key? ….....................What processes support this objective: Answer: Objective 5: Conduct of Training and Trainee Evaluation Training is conducted using methods and settings that support trainee attainment of job-related knowledge and skills. Achievement of learning is confirmed with reliable and valid evaluati
Q: What is objective #6? ….......................What is the memory key? …........................What processes support this objective? Answer: Objective 6: Training Effectiveness Evaluation *Evaluation methods are used systematically to assess training effectiveness and modify training to improve personnel and plant performance. *What is the memory key? =Wade + Meter Stick
Q: Where is Oxygen injected into the cycle? Why? Who controls the rate? How? A:: …............. Oxygen is injected into the condensate.
Q: Where is hydrogen injected into the cycle? Why? Why controls the rate? How? A:
Q: Where is Iron added to the system? Why? Who controls the rate? How? A: At the discharge of the K Demineralizer. Temp set-up Why? Verify Who controls the rate? Verify How? Verify
Q: Where are the soluble and insoluble iron samples taken from? A:
Q: How is Soluble and insoluble iron measured? A: There are 3 filters: millipore, anion and cation. The millipore measures insoluble iron. The anion and cation measure soluble iron.
Q: If you poured salt water into the dog bone what would happen and why? A: Verify. The A condenser would seem to have a tube leak. The water would somehow (need to understand how) get into the condensate drain tank and be vacuum dragged into the condenser.
Q: Bronze is a mixture--or alloy--of two metals -- A: copper and tin. ….. Think of Control Techs using copper wires and hanging 10(tin)
Q: Bronze is _____ and _______. It was discovered between A: This hard- tough alloy was discovered around 3500-3000 BC. The discovery was an important technological event because bronze could be cast into intricate shapes and then hold that form without growing brittle; copper was too soft.
Q: The Bronze Age is the time in history when bronze ….. A: The Bronze Age is the time in history when bronze ….. first came into use in the making of tools, weapons, and other objects. The tools made from bronze could be reworked and resharpened. Bronze tools advanced farming and artistry -- in fact, bronze te
Q: The Bronze Age occurred at different times in different parts of the world, between …. A: 3000 BC to 1200 BC. The Bronze Age was a transition from the Neolithic Period (of the Stone Age) to the Iron Age when iron and various other metals were introduced.
Q: NMCA is? A: Noble Metal Chemical Application
Q: NWC is? A: Normal Water Chemistry (NWC) At PB this occurs when HWC is out of service.
Q: What is HWC? A: Hydrogen Water Chemistry (HWC)
Q: If a Tech or supervisor is going to take a test and also needs to verify- approve- or see a test because they are teaching it- can they see that test and take it also? A: No. However- they can view the test and take a different version.
Q: What does PAR stand for? A: Problem- Action- Results
Q: If there is a core meltdown- how is hydrogen produced? A: verify. at 2700 degrees F zircoloy reacts with water to form hydrogen.
Q. The Iron Injection is located where in the plant cycle? A. At the outlet of the K Demin. This is temporary.
Q. Where is the Zinc injection located in the cycle? A. Into the suction of the RFP. It uses the difference in pressure across the pump.
Q: What is a salt? A: In chemistry, salts are ionic compounds that result from the neutralization reaction of an acid and a base. They are composed of cations (positively charged ions) and anions (negative ions) so that the product is electrically neutral (without a net ch
Q: What is an ionic compound? A: In chemistry, an ionic compound is a chemical compound in which ions are held together in a lattice structure by ionic bonds. Usually, the positively charged portion consists of metal cations and the negatively charged portion is an anion or polyatomi
Q: When is a PEET required? A: Only on initial training.
Q: Why is Oxygen injected into the suction of B Condensate pump? A: It provides a “protective” corrosion layer in the condensate piping.
Q: What is the oxygen concentration is maintained in the condensate system? A: 10 -20 ppb
Q: What must the conductivity be before reactor startup? A: < 1 uS/cm
Q: The Sievers analyzers oxidize carbon by what method? A: UV light and chemical oxidant
How is the cobalt removal during and outage improved? A: The RWCU filter DF is allowed to increase.
Q: What method is used to analyze for organic carbon? A: carbonic ionic demand
Q: TOC analysis in power plants is used for what? A: To prevent organics from getting into plant systems.
Q: To remove RWCU from service what do you need to do? A: Ensure the Co-60 is below 5.0E-4 uci/ml. You must keep RWCU flow above 300 GPM
Q: List 3 precautions for TOC sample analysis. A: UV light can damage your eyes, touching the classware with uncovered hands will create inaccurate results, high turbidity/ suspended solids may cause poor instrument performance.
Q: Which does not have organic carbon present: Petroleum products, plastics, carbonates, ion exchange resins A: carbonates
Q: There are a vast number of carbon compounds. What properties of carbon are responsible for this behavior? A: Carbon easily forms covalent bonds with other carbon atoms and also with other non-metals.
Q: What is the purpose of the condensate short path? A: It provides condensate pump minimum flow, and cooling for the SJAEs adn SPEs.
Q: What supplies the steam to the RFP turbines normally? A: Cross around steam
Q: What are the next 2 elements in the periodic table below Cl? Are they diatomic? A: Br and I. Both are diatomic: Br2 and I2
Q: Given CL2, Br2, I2 in your hand, what state would they be in? A: Cl2 is a pale yellow-green gas, Br is a liquid and I is a solid.
Q: What % of the US energy is supplied from nuclear reactors? How many reactors are there? A: 20% and 104 reactors. “In the U.S., three-quarters of the electricity comes from burning fossil fuels that emit greenhouse gases….The U.S. gets 20% of its electricity from 104 commercial nuclear reactors.” (Cravens 2007)
Q: Energy is released or absorbed based on bonds forming or breaking. Which gives off energy? A: The formation of bonds is exothermic: energy is released. The breakking of bonds is endothermic: energy is absorbed.
Q: What are the vertical columns on the periodic table called? A: Groups.
Q: An electrically charged atom or groups of atoms is called an ______. A: Ion
Q: A positively charged ion. Is called _______ A. Cation. The “t” looks like a “+”
Q: A negatively charged ion. Is called _______ A. Anion. Remember on the cation, the “t” looks like a “+”
Q: 1. ECP is …..? Electrochemical Corrosion Potential (ECP)
Q: The energy required to remove one electron from a single atom in the gaseous state. A. Ionization Energy
Q: Avogadro’s Number is _____. What is it used for? A. Avogadro’s Number The number of units (e.g., atoms, molecules, or formula units) in 1 mol: 6.022×1023.
Q: To appreciate the magnitude of Avogadro’s number, consider a mole of pennies. How much would each person on earth get? A: If a mole of pennies were distributed equally among the entire population on Earth, each person would get more than one trillion dollars.
Q: The molar mass of a substance is defined as ____ A: the mass in grams of 1 mol of that substance. One mole of isotopically pure carbon-12 has a mass of 12 g.
Q: Butane is C4H10 & when it burns what is the balanced reaction. A: C4H10 combines with o2 and give off CO2+H2O: 2c4H10+12H20-->8CO2+5H2O
Q: What mass (g) of methane is required to react completely with 4 g of oxygen as shown? CH4 + 2O2 àCO2 + H2 A. ~1 B. ~2 C. ~4 Relative masses: O2= 2xCH4 A: Answer is “A” one gram A. ~1 B. ~2 C. ~4 . 4 grams of oxygen contains a fixed number of molecules of O2 2 g of methane has the same number of mol
Q: What is objective #3? …...................What is the memory key? …....................What processes support this objective: Q: What is objective #3? …...................What is the memory key? …....................What processes support this objective:
Q: 1. Neuroscientists may soon be able to predict what you’ll do before you do it. The intention to do something, such as grasp a cup, produces blood flow to specific areas of the brain, so studying blood-flow patterns through neuroimaging could give researchers a better idea of what people have in mind. One potential application is imp
Q: 2. Future cars will become producers of power rather than merely consumers. A scheme envisioned at the Technology University of Delft would use fuel cells of parked electric vehicles to convert biogas or hydrogen into more electricity. And the owners would be paid for the energy their vehicles produce.
Q: 3. An aquaponic recycling system in every kitchen? Future "farmers" may consist of householders recycling their food waste in their own aquariums. An aquaponic system being developed by SUNY ecological engineers would use leftover foods to feed a tank of tilapia or other fish, and then the fish waste woul
Q: 4. The economy may become increasingly jobless, but there will be plenty of Work Many recently lost jobs may never come back. Rather than worry about unemployment, however, tomorrow’s workers will focus on developing a variety of skills that could keep them working productively and continuously, whether they have jobs or not. It’ll be
Q: 5. The next space age will launch after 2020, driven by competition and "adventure capitalists." While the U.S. space shuttle program is put to rest, entrepreneurs like Paul Allen, Elon Musk, Richard Branson, and Jeff Bezos are planning commercial launches to access low-Earth orbit and to ferry passengers to transcontinental destinations within hours
Q: 6. The "cloud" will become more intelligent, not just a place to store data. Cloud intelligence will evolve into becoming an active resource in our daily lives, providing analysis and contextual advice. Virtual agents could, for example, design your family’s weekly menu based on everyone’s health profiles, fitness goals, and taste
Q: 7. Corporate reputations will be even more important to maintain, due to the transparency that will come with augmented reality. In a "Rateocracy" as envisioned by management consultant Robert Moran, organizations’ reputations are quantified, and data could be included in geographically based information systems. You might choose one restaurant over another when your mobile augment
Q: 8. Robots will become gentler caregivers in the next 10 years. Lifting and transferring frail patients may be easier for robots than for human caregivers, but their strong arms typically lack sensitivity. Japanese researchers are improving the functionality of the RIBA II (Robot for Interactive Body Assistance), lini
Q; 9. We’ll harness noise vibrations and other "junk" energy from the environment to power our gadgets. Researchers at Georgia Tech are developing techniques for converting ambient microwave energy into DC power, which could be used for small devices like wireless sensors. And University of Buffalo physicist Surajit Sen is studying ways to use vibrations pr
Q: 10. A handheld "breathalyzer" will offer early detection of infections microbes and even chemical attacks. The Single Breath Disease Diagnostics Breathalyzer under development at Stony Brook University would use sensor chips coated with nanowires to detect chemical compounds that may indicate the presence of diseases or infectious microbes. In the future, a ha
Q. TQ-AA-221 has a graded approach. What is this? A: A graded approach to training encourages the applcation of techniques that allow the most efficient use of personnnel and resources in training activites.
Q: Perform MIC Analysis. MIC stands for? Perform Microbiologically Induced Corrosion Analysis
If there is a power change of more than 15%, Q: the URO calls Chemistry and tells them what? What time window? CY need to see if something increases by 3 and if so change the main vent stack filters them count them. Less than one hour.
Q: Why is the Nitrate in the lab refrigerator? Not sure
Q:What procedure is CY-AA-130-3200? TRITIUM, GROSS ALPHA, AND GROSS BETA SAMPLE PREPARATION FOR SCINTILLATION COUNTING
Q: What does "ST" stand for? Surveillance Test
Q: What are the 4 main sections of a basic white paper on technology? A: --Overview --Impact --Impact --Perspectives and Opinions:Points of View --Trends
Q: What section of a white paper would this go into: Public opinion on technology such as the media, consumers and community? A: #3 Perspectives and Opinions:Points of View
Q: What section of a white paper would these go into: -Any current or potential ethical considerations -Short or long-term medical concerns, if applicable -Indirect or direct environmental issues -Positive or negative economic effects Q: Impact
Q: − Do I understand the affects of the failure? − Have I looked around and identified/addressed all other deficiencies? − Have I thought about the complete task, including requirements for restoring to the as-found condition? − Have I adequately veri A: − Have I adequately verified inputs and assumptions? − What “unknowns” can affect the product or decision? − Have I involved Supervision? − Do I need supplemental expertise or review? − Have I adequately compensated for human performance and proces
Q: What section of a white paper would these go into: Current PoC (Proof of Concepts) for alternative application of the technology A:Part #4 Trends
Q: How does the amount of fuel a nuc plant uses compare to oil? A: “The USS NAUTILUS steamed 60,000 miles on a lump of Uranium the size of a golf ball. A diesel powered submarine would have required 3,000,000 gallons or 300 railway tank cars of oil.” “...uranium resources are adequate to meet nuclear energy needs for
Q: When will we run out of nuclear fuel? “...uranium resources are adequate to meet nuclear energy needs for at least the next 100 years at present consumption levels. More efficient fast reactors could extend that period to more than 2,500 years.” (Nuclear Power Plant Fuel, 2012)
Q: As the world and the United States in particular move to become green, the carbon dioxide waste from power plants continually becomes an ever increasing concern. A: On average, a fossil fuel plant will produce 27 billion tons of carbon dioxide, while a nuclear power plant will only produce around 14 thousand tons. (Cravens 2007)
Q: Can nuclear waste be recycled? A: The technology to recycle used nuclear fuel and waste is still some years off so there will need to be some short term method to deal with the waste. (Source: Student Paper)
Q: How long has our longest spent fuel been in the spent fuel pool? How do we prevent corrosion? How long is it designed to be there? A: Don't know yet?
Q: The first nuclear power plant to generate electricity that supplied a public grid was built in _________ in ________ ? Where? What year? A: The first nuclear power plant to generate electricity that supplied a public grid was built in the USSR in 1954 (Long, 2012).
Q: The Lawrence Livermore, Los Alamos, and Argonne National Laboratories have been working on a project called the Small Sealed Transportable Autonomous Reactor (SSTAR). A: The SSTAR is being designed to operate as a self-contained unit that will last for 30 years of operations, minimize the waste products that are generated through a different type of fuel and coolant from most large scale reactors, as well as minimizing
Q: What are the 5 areas to measure Human Performance improvements? What are the 3 ares of an organization that can be measured? Draw the Matrix. A: Cost, Time, Quantity (how Much), Errors, Reaction. Areas: Service, Quality (How Good?), Productivity.
Q: Chemistry is everywhere. What is a serious environmental concern must be managed with geothermal power production? A: Arsenic. Dr. Stewart also explains that “A serious environmental effect of the geothermal industry is arsenic pollution.”(2009)
Q: When I go through a door, what do I do mentally? A: Think, "What is my Goal?" and then review Goal, Listener, Approach. 21:) Remember GLAD.
Q: What is the temperature of the Reactor water at full load? A: 520 degrees.
Q: What can change conductivity? A: small Ph changes can make a large difference.
Q: When adding platinum, how many tanks does it take in the 10 days? A: 4. The initial and 3 refills?
Q: What concentration is the platinum solution? A: About 1%
Q: What is the difference between PZip and GEZip? A: Find out.
Q: What is the first item we scan when we are getting an ED to enter the plant? A: find out.
Q: What are the normal PZip flows and delta P? A. 1/17/13 44 gpm and 8 psid
Q: What does OLNC stand for? A: OnLine Noble Chemical
Q: What is the feed rate of the platinum solution in Kg/Min A: find out.
Q: Where is the #3 PZip skid located? A: #3 TB 165 elevation by 3A RFP
Q: Is radioactive iodide a problem in spent fuel? A: It is not a concern, for example, in spent fuel from nuclear reactors due to the few day half life.
Q: Which iodine is redioactive? A: I-131 Verify. Also, is this the only one.
Q: Are any salts use in controling radiological dose? A: Potassium Iodide (KI) to control I-131 (verify) by blocking it's absorbtion into the thyroid.
Q: What problem is created by applying Noble coemtoo close to an outage? What is too close? A: The dose goes up. You need about 9 months. PB added about 3 months before the outage once and dose increased. Find out how much dose went up.
Q: How long has Peach Bottom been using Noble Metal treatment on the reactor? A: Per Wade Scott since about 2003. He was part of the group that did the first application.
Q: What was the second plant (in the country?) to use noble metal treatment? A: Peach Bottom. (Wade)
Q: How is the noble metals treatment applied now? A: By slow injection into the feedwater while online over about a 10 day period. The first 2 at Peach Bottom were done with the Reactor shut down and temperature held at about 350*F (Wade)
Q: Which chemistry staff go to the TSC an which go to the OSC? A: Not sure. Techs are definitely OSC.
A: Arsenic pollution must be managed in geothermal power usage. Where is Arsenic on the periodic table? Symbol? Atomic Number? Managed at Nuc or Fossil Plants? Electronegativity? #Protons? 3 Common uses A. Find out Column 15/18, As, 33. I know fossil. Nuc??? Electronegativity = 2.18, Protons 33, 3 common uses???
Q: What part of speech is lay and Lie? A: Both are verbs. One meaning of Lay: To cause to lie down: lay a child in its crib. Lie: Be located or situated somewhere; occupy a certain position. Lie: A statement that deviates from or perverts the truth
Q: When slowing for a red light, what do I review? Relate to Peach Bottom Chemistry A: The red hat and the white hat. The gut response should be compared to the data. Investigate mismatches.
Q: Lake Superior contains ____ percent of all the fresh water on the planet Earth. There is enough water in Lake Superior to cover all of North and South America with water ____ foot deep. Q: 10% / One food deep
Q: TQ-AA-222 is what procedure? A: Design Phase
Q: What step in ADDIE are the objectives created? A: Design phase. TQ-AA-222
Q: What ACAD 02001 Accrediation objective does "Achievement of learning objectives is evaluated using reliable and valid test methods." belong to? A: Ojjective 5. Conduct of Training and Trainee Evaluation 5.8 "Achievement of learning objectives is evaluated using reliable and valid test methods."
Q: What is s TEEW? When is it used? Who is responsible for it? A. Find out
Q: What are 3 PI questions? A: Is performance changing? How do you measure? Could they do it if their life depended on it?
Q: What is a PIIM? Where are the CY and TQ ones located and what are they? A: find out
Q: What are 3 ways to improve your ability to provide meaningful feedback? A: Know the standard/ goal. Listen with a purpose. Listen for feelings. We can all improve, em-pha-sizecontinous improvement. Use Stop-? -Start
Q: What ACAD 02001 Accrediation objective does "Lessons learned from operationg esperience are included in continuing training to increase depth of understanding and application fo knowledge adn skills to job performance." belong to? A: Objective 4: Continuing training. 4.2
Q: Where are service water samples taken? It is 601068 TPE/task? A: find out
Q: 603002 TPE perform gr0ss gamma analysis takes how long? What is the most likely error? A: find out
Q: 607402 TPE operate Oxygen injection system. What is the normal O2 supply? Alternate? Shift Chemist duty? A: Find out.
Q: why is O2 added? Why needed here and not in fossil plants? Done from plant commissioning? 607402 TPE operate Oxygen injection system. A: find out?
Q: What are flow adjustments based on? How are they made? What elevation? Tripple the flow-Who would know and how? 607402 TPE operate Oxygen injection system. A: find out
Q: What if a hose/ line broke and I had an Oxygen leak? 607402 TPE operate Oxygen injection system. A: find out
Q: Where is 601067 TPE Collect Circulating water samples done? How often? Who? How much? Analyzed for what? OOS actions? A: Find out
Q: What if there is no flow at the sample point? 601067 TPE Collect Circulating water samples A: find out
Q: What are 3 situations that the techs need to reference the ODCM manual? A: Find out.
Q: How can I do each class to improve our accrediation visit rediness? A: Get student feeback. Be sure to submit it. I can get verbal feedback also.
Q: When SME's are observed in a classroom, how should the observer fill out the form? A: VERIFY I should be the program instructor. The SME should be listed as the Program instructor. For OJT/TPE Same I think.
Q: What are the steps in STAR? What are 3 situations where it should be use? A. Self-Checking Known As? STAR Stop Pause to focus on the act Think Understand intended action & expected response Act Without losing contact, perform act Review Verify actual response MATCHES expected response -Valve Op, switch op, ___ , __
Q: The FUNDAMENTAL HU TOOLS are? A:Situational Awareness Self-Checking Procedure Use & Adherence Effective Communication
Q: Define precision A: Find out CTIAC1 Quality Control and Statistics Rev. 08
Q: Define accuracy A: How close to the target value a measurement is. CTIAC1 Quality Control and Statistics Rev. 08
Q: Define bias. A: Find out CTIAC1 Quality Control and Statistics Rev. 08
Q: Calculate the mean, standard deviation and error A: Find out CTIAC1 Quality Control and Statistics Rev. 08
Q: Define the term equivalent conductance. A: CTIBC7 Basic Conductivity Rev. 13 (what is in our T2T matrix)
Q: STATE how temperature affects conductivity measurements and relate this effecte to various types of solutions. A: CTIBC7 Basic Conductivity Rev. 13 (what is in our T2T matrix)
Q: PREDICT relative solution impurity level o the basis of conductivity measurements. A: CTIBC7 Basic Conductivity Rev. 13 (what is in our T2T matrix)
Q: RELATE factore affecting conductivity, such as esposure to air and various contaminates. A: CTIBC7 Basic Conductivity Rev. 13 (what is in our T2T matrix)
Q: EXPLAIN cation conductivity and its use in monitoring low level impurities in plant waters, such as feed water. A: CTIBC7 Basic Conductivity Rev. 13 (what is in our T2T matrix)
Q: EXPLAIN the concept of the cell. A: CTIBC7 Basic Conductivity Rev. 13 (what is in our T2T matrix)
Q: CALCULATE a conductivity cell constant. A: CTIBC7 Basic Conductivity Rev. 13 (what is in our T2T matrix)
Q: What did Ben Franklin say about Freedom and security? A: "Those who desire to give up freedom in order to gain security will not have, nor do they deserve, either one." - Benjamin Franklin
Q: What section of the white paper does "Origins of technology" fall? A: Overview
Q: What section of the white paper does "Positive or negative economic effects? fall? A: Impact
Q: "Gaps in the current application of the technology, or opportunities to drive towards new markets" falls in what section of the white paper? A: Trends
Q: --Public opinion on technology such as the media, consumers and community --Identify the major competitors in the marketplace Which section of the white paper do these fall? A: Perspectives and Opinions, Impact
Q: What are the 4 subsections of Impact in the white paper? Impact of Selected Technology Any current or potential ethical considerations Short or long-term medical concerns, if applicable Indirect or direct environmental issues Positive or negative economic effects
Q: What are the first element 10 on the periodic table and where are they located? A: He, Li, Be, split, B, C, N,O, F,Ne H.............He LiBe.....BCNOFNe
Q: What are the two elements directly under N on the periodic table? A. Phosphorus and below that Ar-se-nic. N-7 P-15 As-33 (atomic number = # protons)
Q: What is the element directly under Ne in the periodic table? Any above it? A: He- 2 Ne- 10 Ar- 18 Kr-36 Xe-54 Rn- 86 Radon
Q: With conventional radiography, the x-ray beam is received on a silver ______ plate which is sensitive to electromagnetic radiation which leads to the production of black metallic silver from the _______ _______. A: With conventional radiography, the x-ray beam is received on a silver bromide plate which is sensitive to electromagnetic radiation which leads to the production of black metallic silver from the silver bromide.
Q: Radiation is ____ travelling through space. _____ is one of the most familiar forms of radiation, which delivers light and heat. Its effect is controlled with PPE such as ___, _______, ____ and _______, and ____ and ___ _______. A: Radiation is energy travelling through space. Sunshine is one of the most familiar forms of radiation, which delivers light and heat. Its effect is controlled with PPE such as sunscreen, clothing, hats and sunglasses, and shade and air conditioning.
Q: What does it cost to maintain a soldier in Iraq or Afghanistan per year? A: Bryce,R.(2008,Dec 30). Cost for a single soldier to fight in Iraq or Afghanistan is about $775,000 per year. Retrieved from http://www.infiniteunknown.net/2008/12/31/cost-for-a-single-soldier-to-fight-in-iraq-or-afghanistan-is-about-$775000-per-year/
Q: to·mog·ra·phy is.... A: Noun A technique for displaying a representation of a cross section through a human body or other solid object using X-rays or ultrasound. **Computed Tomography (CT) also referred to as Computed Axial Tomography (CAT scan).
Q: What was said about a Chernobyl meltdown in 1987? A: “The odds of a meltdown are one in 10,000 years.” - Vitali Skylarov, Minister of Power and Electrification in the Ukraine, two months before the Chernobyl accident.
Q: 1927- Actors talking was considered cool? A: “Who the hell wants to hear actors talk?” --Harry Warner, Warner Bros. Studios, 1927
Q: Why did Union Telegraph Company in 1876, reject an opportunity to purchase Alexander Graham Bell’s patent on the telephone? A: “What use could this company make of an electrical toy?” --William Orton, president of the Western Union Telegraph Company in 1876, rejecting an opportunity to purchase Alexander Graham Bell’s patent on the telephone
Q: What is a general chess rule about trading? A: Master chess: To take is a mistake
Q: What is RFID? Q:A:RFID = "Radio frequency identification" & a highly used tech which is used to manage inventory for the supply chain. A RFID system consists of a tag, a reader, and a computer system. RFID tags = a radio antenna + a microchip + protective case.
Q: What is monitored in the stator cooler water? Why? Demin located where? Q: O2 is added...
Q: Give an example of the 5 whys for gas chromatography troubleshooting. Sample results have taken a step increase of 25% including blanks. A: Find out. http://www.mn-net.com/tabid/10583/default.aspx
Q: If the GC result has no peaks, what could be the cause? There are 8. http://www.mn-net.com/tabid/10583/default.aspx A:1.error in power supply/electronics. 2.no FID flame. 3. syringe defective /clogged. 4. temp too low for the analytes, oven heating faulty. 5.detector/software/computer hardware failure.6.no gas flow 7.column conn leaks. 8. broken GC column.
Q: What am I dreaming about each night of 2013 Q1? A: Going through doors and thinking as I touch the handle 21:) GLAp. (Goal, Listener, precision approach. When I go through I find an abundance of Money, Cooperation, Friends and Opportunity.
Q: Name one family goal. A: Jacquie and I cooperate and have fun together.
Q: "I Encourage others to talk about themselves." Which goal does this support? A. Good friends in Lancaster.
Q: "I don't eat a lot." supports which goal? A: Weigh less than 190# for the rest of my life. I stretch and exercise every day. I find a multitude of times and ways to exercise.
Q: What are 3 standards being met? What are 3 gaps to close? A. Personal, Exelon, Creative Solutions. Describe the standard or gap to standard in detail. Why does the standard exist?
Q: Why would a worker NOT want training that is not needed? You get a vacation from work and can coast through the class. A. Training is expensive. If there is really a productivity gap, money is being wasted on a NON-solution and when you get back to work you still have to deal with the problem AND management believing it is fixed.
Q: 2. Why are peaking systems needed and what two methods of Peaking? How does your contact company prepare for Peaking operations? (M4LO3) A:Peaking systems are used to make sure that the supply is adequate to the “worst case” delivery scenario. 2 methods are linepacking, +storage. Linepacking increases pressure in the distribution system between points to “save” gas for peak demand days
Q: What is one thing I have in common with the people I am currently with? What is important to them? What do they do in their free time? A: Ask questions the other person has to agree to because then there is common ground you can work from. **Yes, if……This is a way to say yes and then discuss the challenges there may be. “Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood” - Stephen R. Cov
Q: Evaluate different generations’ acceptance of technology evolutions. (CO2, CO3, CO7) A: Consider the people around me today? Consider 3 people who are learners.
Q: Distinguish the types of market forces that shape consumer demand for technology. (CO2, CO3, CO4, CO7) A: What are the market forces effecting the demand for training? What types of training is trending up?
Q: Feedback is a _______ . A: Gift. Best use if FB? Which hat:Red/White,Yellow/Black,Green/Blue? What is the person feeling now? 2 hours ago? FB expected? Anticipated? Meaningful? Important? What part of the relationship is effected? Pain Point for the giver? Others avoided?
Q: Does "Benefits and disadvantages of the technology" falls into which section of the white paper? Overview, Impact, Perspectives, Trends A: Overview
Q: Nuclear reactor energy has been produced throughout the world now for over __ years. Over __ power plants in __ countries have produced power for millions of people safetly. (“Nuclear Power in the World Today.” World Nuclear Association. A: Nuclear reactor energy has been produced throughout the world now for over 60 years. Over 430 power plants in 31 countries have produced power for millions of people safetly. (“Nuclear Power in the World Today.” World Nuclear Association. Updated2012.
Q: What is the formula for Methane? A: CH4 Natural gas is 70-90% Methane.
Q: What are the 3 major assemblies in the Sievers 900 TOC analyzer? A: Reactor Module, Measurement module, DI water loop.
Q: What is the linear Range of the GE Sievers 900 series Total Organic Carbon Analyzers. A: linear Range = 0.03 ppb - 50 ppm TOC
Q: What is the precision of the GE Sievers 900 series Total Organic Carbon Analyzers. A: precision = < 1% of RSD
Q: What is the accuracy of the GE Sievers 900 series Total Organic Carbon Analyzers. A: Accuracy +/- 2% or or +/- 0.5 ppb, whichever is greater.
Q: What is the analysis time of the GE Sievers 900 series Total Organic Carbon Analyzers. A: Analysis time = 4 minutes
Q: What procedure has the Learning Management System Qualification Structure Change Request form? A: TQ-AA-222-F030. Design Phase
Q: Which proceduer has the Training Material Approval Process form? A: TQ-AA-223-F010 Development Phase
Q:What is "RSD" The precision of the 900 TOC Analyzers < 1% of RSD A: Find out
Q: What is one time today that you have clarified or enforced your expectations? A: Varies by day.
Q: In the ODCM Rev15 One gaseous release point was removed and one was added. What were they? A: Aux Boilers were removed. Why? Hot shop was added? Why?
Q: What are 3 things that occur in the hot shop? How does this effect chemistry? A. Find out.
Q: The ODCM has compensatory sampling. What does this mean? A: com•pen•sate v. 1. To offset; counterbalance. 2. To make satisfactory payment 3. To stabilize the purchasing power of (a monetary unit) by changing the gold content in order to counterbalance price variations. ---> com•pen sa•to ry Adj.
Q: What is Trit-i-um? A: A radioactive isotope of hydrogen occurring naturally in trace amounts and having atomic mass 3 and a half-life of 12.3 years. Although rare in nature, it can be produced artificially and is used in tracers and hydrogen bombs.
Q: Where does Trit-i-um come from at PB? A: Find out.
Q: What would happen if I drink a glass of Tritium water? A: Find out.
Q: How much Tritium could in water PB discharges if we did nothing? A: Find out.
Q: In a station Blackout, is there any power in the chemistry lab? A: Find out.
Q: Where is one place you would do: CYPB601204PTE Collect A Composite Sample A: Circulating water. In and Out I think. Other places? yes, in rad waste, but it is a different task and TPE.
Q: What is an electron capture isotope? What procedure covers it? A: Isotopes which primary mode of decay is by Electron Capture. The primary EC isotopes of concern are : Zn-65, Mn-54, Co-58 and Cr-51 RP-AA-300-1000
Q: Suspected EC areas are? A: RWCU, Fuel pool, RHR, Condensate demin Systems or other areas with a history of EC abundance.
Q: What does RHR stand for and what does the system do? A: Find out
Q: What is the person nearest to me right now feeling? Their Goal? Sport they enjoy most? Names of children? A: Varies.
Q: What does ACE stand for? A: Find out.
Q: What does PIIM stand for? Q: Performance Improvement integrated Matrix
Q: What is in the training PIIM? A: CAP, process rigor (fill it our right the first time), Training resources. Read it in the PIIM.
Q: What was in Training's PIIM in 2011? A: Find out.
Q: Why is targeting the minimum standard a poor idea? A: When you target the minimum, you are on the threshold of failure: a problem or oversight and you are substandard. Shoot for excellence and you move faster and have a much higher margin for mistakes which always occur.
Q: Name 3 items from the classroom instructor evaluation form TQ-AA-172-F030 A: Covered the fundamentals, Noticed and corrected student mistakes with coaching, Instructor was credible (knowledgeable and confident)
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Q: What is the primary downfall of training? A: It is expensive and the retention rate is about 20% in many studies. Look for other solutions first and address effectiveness up front.
Q: Training customers say about our training? A: It is valuable and hits the mark.
Q: Feedback is ... A: Feedback is a gift. It is a window into the needs of the person or organization providing it. It needs to be analyzed to see what it is really saying. Trends? Focus on? Tone? Type of delivery?
Q: How are the fundamentals, OpEx and HU/THU overtly included in Chemistry Lessons? A: By including a 2-3 letter code, color and box to highlight them in the slides and elsewhere when needed.
Q: If a Lesson Plan has OpEx from 2000 that hits the mark, why add fresh OpEx? A: Students have a credible point that nuclear plants are operated very differently 13 years later and it may not be relevant. Current OpEx credibly shows that the challenge still exists.
Q: Training that includes the How is the first step. SOER 10-2 goes further and says what is needed? A: The Why. Depth. Anticipate results of action in normal and abnormal situations.
Q: What is our job? A: Make decisions. Manage risk.
Q: Instructors are expected to model line management expectations. How do they find out what they are? A: Ask the line. Read ling HU plans. Observe. Go to meetings with the techs.
Q: 2003 both units were down with no power. Find out more about this. A: SCRAM: how. Why no power? Time to recover? Method of recover? Effect on CY?
Q: Why is nuclear unique and special? A: Decay heat, radioactivity, U-235 fuel (?)
Q: KTR stands for? A: Knowledge transfer and retention. This is critical to our training.
Q: What is in the Chemistry PIIM? A: find out.
Q: In-plant time will need to be pre-approved by Wade in the future. A: Start now.
Q: What are 3 things on the Chemistry Effectiveness index? A: Find out?
Q: What was the expression on the face of the last 3 people I talked with or passed? A: Happy, focused, sad.
Q: What is Chemistry's focus areas for 2013? A: find out
Q: Why are high standards important? A: If you target minimum standards, you are always a step away from failure. If you target excellence and continuous improvement you are always a step ahead of the failure.
Q: How would you describe Jim? A: He was training machine. Classes were quickly pumped out that were high quality and the program was in shape in less than 18 months. From Shaky to best practice.
Q: Use the troubleshooting diagram. A: Focus on root causes.
Q: "Change can be an illusion of improvement." Change just to do something: how can false improvements be prevented? A: ?
Q: What was the ops ATV feedback on delivering fundamentals? A: Be more OVERT. How am I going to implement this in CY?
Q: How can I use 2 minute videos to capture knowledge in CY? Other uses? A: ?
Q: How can I use a smart board? Observe an ops class using smart board and the colored boxes in presentations. A: ...
Q: How many sample points are there in the Condensate? A: The sample sink
Q: How many sample points are there in the Feedwater? A: One that we use-- the sample sink
Q: How many sample points are there in the Reactor? A: One. In RWCU. There is also a RWCU Filter demin outlet that allows us to monitor the RWCU effectiveness.
Q: How many sample points are there in the CCW? A: Find out...
Q: How many sample points are there in the Circulating Water? A: Find out...
Q: Q: How many sample points are there in the Rad Waste? A: Find out...
Q: "These event revealed weaknesses in worker knowledge and understanding that were hard to recognize through standard observation. In these events, workers did not fully understand or anticipate the effects of their actions." Where did this come from? A: SOER 10-02 FULLY understand....
Q: "...reveal concern with worker knowledge, what training is provided, and how understanding is tested." Where did this come from? A: SOER 10-02 WHAT training is provided...
Q: "... integrated plant operation is often weak." Where did this come from? How can it be addressed? A: SOER 10-02 INTEGRATED plant operation
Q: "You may be "our" biggest success story." A: CY program
Q: What procedures do I use weekly? A fundamental is procedure use and adherence. Consistent application of procedures is critical. A: PPP, GLA, Weekly PPP for Julia school early graduation then law degree. Weekly Budget.
Q: What are 3 Questions in the Questioning attitude? A: − Do I understand the affects of the failure? − Have I looked around and identified/addressed all other deficiencies? − Have I thought about the complete task, including requirements for restoring to the as-found condition? − Have I adequately veri
Q: What are 3 Questions in the Questioning attitude? − What “unknowns” can affect the product or decision? − Have I involved Supervision? − Do I need supplemental expertise or review? − Have I adequately compensated for human performance and process risks?
Q: "Earth’s resources of helium are being depleted at an astonishing rate..." How long is the supply good for? A: . "Helium is actually a precious resource that is being squandered with Earth's reserves of it due to run out within 25 to 30 years, experts have warned. Create challenges for hospitals which use it to cool MRI scanners. Cooled by Liquid He.
Q: How are the gama scanners in the lab cooled? What was the cooling for PB unit #1 A: Find out. PB unit #1 was Helium.
Q: The world's biggest store of ____ - the most commonly used inert gas - lies in a disused airfield in ____,____ and is being sold off far too _______. A: The world's biggest store of helium - the most commonly used inert gas - lies in a disused airfield in Amarillo, Texas, and is being sold off far too cheaply.
Q: _______ is formed through the _________ on Earth and nearly all of our reserves have been formed as a by-product of the extraction of ______. A: Helium is formed through the slow radioactive decay of rocks on Earth and nearly all of our reserves have been formed as a by-product of the extraction of natural gas.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1305386/Earths-helium-reserves-run-25-
Q: Summarize Lecture 3: Wave-Particle Duality of Light A: Light is a wave: refracts and interferes. 48 min-Particle- photoelectric effect-light kicks of e from metal
Q: Summarize Lecture 2: Discovery of Electron and Nucleus A:
Q: Summarize Lecture 1: The Importance of Chemical Principles A:
Q: Summarize Lecture 5: Hydrogen Atom Energy Levels A:
Q: Summarize Lecture 4: Wave-Particle Duality of Matter A: photoelectric effect-light kicks of e from metal
Q: What does the Carboy look like that holds the chemicals for the ESW chemical injection? How big is it? A: Find out.
Q: What chemicals are injected into the ESW system? Q: Find out. I know it had PO4 in it. Phorsphoric acid maybe? Also something with Zinc.
Q: When would the ESW chemical injection system be removed from service? Who requests it? Who does it? A: When the system is being tested? Chem Tech takes it out of service at the RO's request.
Q: Where is the ESW carboy and injection pump located? A: Find out.
Q: What does LOE mean. It is used in TQ-AA-221 analysis phase. A: Level of effort.
Q: Can you describe the Chemistry Technicians job at Exelon in Six Words? A: 1 2 3 4 5 6
Q: Can you describe the Lead Instructor job at Exelon in Six Words? A: 1 2 3 4 5 6
Q: How do you become successful as a training professional? Can you keep your job and decline business/ requests? A: Added credibility Added visibility More to offer your clients A well-rounded bill of goods and services More resources (i.e. increased income) for investing back into your business - and your clients
Q: Which is better: complain that the line is reactive and waits till the last minute or be proactive and help them think about their needs 4 quarters out. A: Develop tools to help them be proactive. Be a critical resources they cannot live without easily.
Q: ODCM objective: Each technician should demonstrate the intent of the counting system as it relates to obtaining required LLDs. A: Find out.
Q: What is the discussion around MDA and LLDs? A: Find out.
Q: F_____ is essential for program health A: Feedback is essential for program health
Q: CY-PB-130-800 -ICP What analysis is this procedure for? What does ICP mean? A: ICP = inductively coupled plasma This procedure provides instructions for the use of the Perkin-Elmer Optima 5300 DV plasma spectrometer in the analysis of metals in aqueous solutions. This training was done for ICP 604105 in Cycle 2 in 2012.
Q: In the ICP analysis, CY-PB-130-800. Why is this a prerequsite: "ENSURE argon pressure of 90-120 psig and the isolation valve at the riser is open." A: Find out. Perform ICP (inductively coupled plasma) analysis - Task 604105
Q: How long is the ICP countdown? A: The 74 minute countdown for instrument readiness will start following a three (3) minute delay. Step 4.2 may be done within the 74 minute countdown. **4.2 is lighting the plasma.
Q: What does GC mean? A: Perform GC (gas chromatography) analysis - 604106
Q: What does XRF mean? A: Perform XRF (X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy) analysis - 604114
Q: What is the class Murphy's Alley? How could it be used in chemistry training? A: Murphy's Alley is a (DLA?) that lets learners observe a situation and report the issues they see and what they would do. It is student driven. In chemistry, many classes could have a portion where the learners identify the poblem they see + Fixes.
Q: "Chernobyl was a tragic but important turning point 4 the IAEA," said Mr. ElBaradei."It prompted us to focus unprecedented energies & resources to help the affected people and ensure that such a serious accident would never happen again."* Fukushima? A: Fukushima. Severity of 7 but not as much radioactivity released. Different point of failure.
Q: Ethylene glycol is used for? In the Plant? A: Ethylene glycol (IUPAC name: ethane-1,2-diol-organic compound widely used as an automotive antifreeze and a precursor to polymers. Find out about the plant exactly...
Q: Ethylene glycol in it's pure form is...? A: In its pure form, it is an odorless, colorless, syrupy, sweet-tasting liquid. Ethylene glycol is toxic, and ingestion can result in death.
Q: Ethylene glycol is conductive? How is it detected in plant systems? A: conductive- No. Detected by TOC and also a conductive component (find out what) is added so conductivity cells will detect it.
Q: What futures are available? Don't assume there is only one. A: Use systems thinking. Plan 3 Scenarios: Everything goes great, few problems , Problems in numerous areas.
Q: What is the shared vision is this situation? A: Training, CY, Plant, Personal, Julia, John.
Q: What type of training will be needed in 5 years? What knowledge gaps? Who? Where? A: mentally review CY, Personal, Nuclear industry, performance consultants.
Q: Chernobyl, Three Mile Island and the Fukushima nuclear disasters have left indelible impressions on human memory. A: What are 3 possible points of view on these events?
Q: Systems Thinking: Is there a feedback loop in operation here? A: How is it working now? The harder you push, the harder the system pushes back. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fifth_Discipline
Q: Review the fitth disicpline A:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fifth_Discipline
Q: What is my current situational awareness and “buddy” to peer cheek me and add to my awareness? A: Varies.
Q: How can RFID technology be use in the Performance Improvement profession? Create an idea now. Q:!Invent it. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
Q: What is the 8th letter in the alphabet? What is the 6th? A: H = 8 F = 6
Q: What is a good memory aid for the second part of the white paper outline: inpact A: MEE$ <-- Medical, Ethical, Environmental, Money Impact *Any current or potential ethical considerations *Short or long-term medical concerns, if applicable *Indirect or direct environmental issues *Positive or negative economic effects
Q: Ionizing radiation was first discovered by Wilhelm Rontgen in ???5, while preforming an experiment involving passing an electric current through an ______ _____tu be and producing continuous X-rays. (World Nuclear,2010) A: Ionizing radiation was first discovered by Wilhelm Rontgen in 1895, while preforming an experiment involving passing an electric current through an evacuated glass tube and producing continuous X-rays. (World Nuclear,2010). WOW! < 120 years to 2013.
Q: What is a moto for continuing training. A; A beginner once, a student for life. + Knowledge, Skills and abilities have a half-life.
Q: What does ICP stand for? What is it used for? A: ICP - Inductively Coupled Plasma Analyzer Used for..
Q: What does GC stand for? What is it used for? A: GC - Gas Chromatograph Used for..
Q: What does the future of learning look like? A: It could be bite-sized. 80% of business value 20%of content. distill and concentrate learning experiences increases return on investment. Learning leaders must ruthlessly focus on the real-world problem that is being solved by the experience
Q: Why are different points of view needed? A: Without alternate perspectives in our scientific society, new innovations to make the technology more safe may not be developed, and new ways to gave the public a way to feel safer around the technology might in turn lead to its demise.
Q: Part of Paper #3 Opinions: "Provide alternative perspectives from experts on technology" Why is this useful? A: In the WRAP process: it helps widen your options (W), It helps reality-test (R): zoom in and zoom out, and consider the opposite. Additionally, it helps us be able to explain the other person's view to them and others.
Q: What are 3 ways training/education improves our lives? A: Learn to ---use new technology we just purchased. ---Learn about a new area ---Learn a new technique in your hobby.
Q: What are 3 possible situations in your life right not that could be candidates for an ooch? From the WRAP process: reality-test your assumptions. A: Review 6 life areas: Home/Family, Social/Cultural, Physical/Health, Mental/Educational, Financial/Career, Spiritual/Ethical
Q: How could Nanomedicine or Nano products or chemistry be used in nuclear power? A: Not sure yet? Is EPRI doing researching it?
Q: When an air monitor uses charcoal, what is normally being monitored for? A: Iodine. Why? Not sure
Q: What air samplers are CY techs using? A: Find out. RPTI 5.03 air sampling LP.
Q: Do we have to account for Radon exposure? A: No because it is naturally occuring. You have to account for it.
Q: What is the half-life of Radon? Q: About 30 minutes. Air samples will decay.
Q: What is "CAM"? A: CAM = Continuous Air Monitoring
Q: How do you prevent cross-contamination collecting / counting air samples? A: No fingers, don't touch the sample (could decon it), change gloves, don't put in the same bag. Can wear 5 pair of gloves if you are collecting 5 samples. Jason V.
Q: What happened in the Chemistry Program 2 years ago? What gaps? Are they closed? A: 2013-Q3 now. Focus on 2011-Q3
Q: What happened in my family two years ago? Jacquie, Julia, John. Health? Social? Spiritual? Career? A: 2013-Q3 now. Focus on 2011-Q3
Q: Take 30 seconds and apply the vanishing options test. From Decisive book. A: Social & Culture, Financial, Family, Health, Spiritual
Q: What year was the tsunami that damaged the japan reactors. A: 2011
Q: Who is arguing against the decision? A: From Decisive. Widen your options. Don't be satisfied with yes or no/ either or. Match it to Goals.
Q: _______ helps people understand. ________ is commonly used by experts. A. Concrete language/ Abstract language From the book Made to Stick.
Q: How important are details? A: VERY. From Made to stick arguments were accepted more readily as the level of detail increased.
Q: How can the level of detail be increased? A: A specifics and detail. Statistics should be unique and unexpected. A deer is more than 300 times more likely to kill you than a shark. Use specific OpEx and events.
Q: What is an emotional appeal? A: People like me do ________. Not litter, use STAR, donate, help others, save money each check, work hard....
Q: TEDE stands for _______ ? A: TEDE stands for Total Effective Dose Equivalent.
Contamination is measured in ______ or ________ . A: Contamination is measured in disintegrations per minute (dpm) or counts per minute (cpm).
Q: How big is 100 cm2? A: about 4" x 4"
Q: A Derived air concentration (DAC) is the concentration _______ . A: A Derived air concentration (DAC) is the concentration of radioactive material in the air that would result in one ALI if breathed for 2000 hours (about one year of normal work time).
Q: What is the difference between GC and IC? A:
Q: Why is BP moving from volumetric to gravametric analysis? A: We stopped. More rigorous use of procedures and management expectations solved the problem of inconsistent standards.
Q: Describe Phosphoric acid: Color, odor and consistency. A: Phosphoric acid is a clear, colorless, odorless liquid with a syrupy consistency. Phosphoric acid is a mineral (inorganic) acid having the chemical formula H3PO4.
Q. Why is cola more acid than lemon Juice or vinegar? Why does not cola not taste like vinegar? A: Due to the use of phosphoric acid, cola is a actually more acid than lemon juice or vinegar. The vast amount of sugar acts to mask and balance the acidity.
Q: What is phosphoric acid used for in the Peach Bottom Chemistry Lab? A: Find out It is stored by the North exhaust hood in a cabinet.
Q: What is the formula for Phosphoric acid? A: H3PO4
Q: As Peter Drucker quotes, "One does not 'manage' people. What is the rest? A: As Peter Drucker quotes, "One does not 'manage' people. The task is to lead people. And the goal is to make productive the specific strengths and knowledge of each individual."
Q: Natural gas was originally formed through the decomposition of organic matter. On average, it is composed of approximately __% Methane, __% Ethane, __% Propane, and 1% Butane. A: Natural gas was originally formed through the decomposition of organic matter. On average, it is composed of approximately 88% Methane, 5% Ethane, 2% Propane, and 1% Butane. (Institute of Gas Technology, 1999)
Q. How many grams of Fe make up one mole? A. About 55 grams.
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