(Europe 1, April 19th 2014) pdf article
« The reactor number two […] stopped automatically Friday at 10:40 p.m. after the untimely closure of a valve regulating the arrival of steam on the turbo alternator… »
(Le Monde.fr April 19th 2014) pdf article
« An automatic shutdown of reactor No. 2 was raised as a result of the untimely closure of a valve which rule the arrival of steam on the turbo alternator in the non-nuclear part of the plant, told at AFP a spokesman of EDF Fessenheim.. »
(BFMTV, April 20th 2014) pdf article
« A spokesman for the Fessenheim power plant had indicated Saturday that the automatic shutdown of reactor No. 2 was raised following the untimely closure of a valve which regulates the arrival of steam on the turbine generator group in the non-nuclear part of the plant. «
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Michel Pluviose is Honorary Professor of Le Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM), and formerly Chair of Turbomachines who received his Doctor of Sciences from Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI. A hands-on engineer, Michel has worked with leading institutions, including as an engineer at Hispano-Suiza, SNECMA, Head of the laboratory at ATTAG (Association technique pour les turbomachines et turbines à gaz), Manager for compressible fluid activities at CETIM (Centre technique des industries mécaniques), and manager of the treaty « Machines hydrauliques et thermiques » at the « Techniques de l’Ingénieur » publications.
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