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AP1000 Design
The AP1000 utilizes modularization technique for construction, which allows many construction activities to proceed in parallel. This technique reduces the plant construction calendar time, which saves the IDC (Interest During Construction) cost and reduces the risks associated with plant financing. The AP1000 has a site construction schedule of 36 months from first concrete to fuel loading. 
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AP1000 Design

The AP1000 utilizes modularization technique for construction, which allows many construction activities to proceed in parallel. This technique reduces the plant construction calendar time, which saves the IDC (Interest During Construction) cost and reduces the risks associated with plant financing. The AP1000 has a site construction schedule of 36 months from first concrete to fuel loading.

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Filename:A1.jpg
Album name:Rennhack / AP1000 APWR
Rating (2 votes):44444
Keywords:AP1000
Filesize:27 KiB
Date added:Jul 19, 2006
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