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Offline mmoyer

What software is most of the nuclear power reactors using to document radiation surveys?
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What software is most of the nuclear power reactors using to document radiation surveys?

Is this a multiple choice question?

My guess would be VSDS, but only because the three plants where I have seen one in use were all using it... then again, they were all owned by the same utility so that may not mean much.
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