The Oldbury power station was a twin reactor nuclear power station that supplied 435 MW of electricity every day for the Bristol area. An employee for working for the management and operations contractor thought of an innovative approach for repairing a turbine isolation and emergency stop valve. Previously when the valve required repairs production from the reactor needed to be shut down for several days to remove the valve and to re-install it, and this involved a very significant loss of el...

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