Standardized MOV Program

Neckowicz Ecelton, Ted
September 2004
Nuclear Plant Journal;Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p36
Trade Publication
Reports that all U.S. nuclear sites are required to have a Motor Operated Value (MOV) program under commitments to Nuclear Regulatory Commission Generic Letters 89-10 and 96-05. Standardization of MOV program to all sites within the Exelon/Amergen fleet; Examples of program efficiency; Efficacy of program engineering tools to MOV engineers.


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