Drobeta Turnu Severin Heavy Water Plant: Functioning and Shutting Down

Sfetcu, Nicolae (2023), Drobeta Turnu Severin Heavy Water Plant: Functioning and Shutting Down, Cunoașterea Științifică, 2:2, 27-36, DOI: 10.58679/CS91286, https://www.cunoasterea.ro/drobeta-turnu-severin-heavy-water-plant-functioning-and-shutting-down/   Abstract Due to the special working conditions in the heavy water plant, an extensive research and program has been developed for the operational safety of the installations, based on specific action methodologies and in situ experimental programs for the evaluation of the long-term behavior of materials and installations. After December 1989, the operation of the modules was stopped for … Citeşte mai mult

Drobeta Turnu Severin Heavy Water Plant: Construction

The heavy water plant was established under the name of Combinatul Chimic Drobeta, by Decree 400/16.11.1979, under the Inorganic Products Industrial Center (CIPA) Râmnicu Vâlcea. The thermo-electric plant for supplying the heavy water factory with steam was decided to be located in Halânga village, three kilometers from the factory. The process water required for the factory was brought from the Danube, and the hydrogen sulphide used in the process was produced in the plant, through a specific technology, and then compressed, liquefied and stored in special tanks. The works on the heavy water factory at Drobeta Turnu Severin started in 1979, based on a derogatory HCM. The equipment for the heavy water plant was purchased through the Industrial Center for Chemical and Refinery Equipment (CIUTCR). All equipment and facilities that transported hydrogen sulphide had to meet strict quality assurance conditions.

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