March 16th, 2011 – GRS request for MELCOR input deck to generate analysis to fight back against shutdown of plants built prior to 1980

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From: Gibson, Kathy
Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 2011 8:37 AM
To: Santiago, Patricia; Tinkler, Charles; Lee, Richard
Cc: Scott, Michael
Subject: Re: MELCOR input deck for Germany
Attachments: CimageO0 .gifi
Importance: High

Hold on, is there someone who can do this besides Charlie? Someone in Richard’s branch?


From: Santiago, Patricia
To: Tinkler, Charles
Cc: Gibson, Kathy; Scott, Michael
Sent: Wed Mar 16 08:33:11 2011
Subject: FW: MELCOR input deck for Germany

Morning Charlie,

Can you email Diane back with your contact information and cc management.

Thanks again Charlie!


From: Uhle, Jennifer
Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 2011 8:22 AM
To: Santiago, Patricia; Gibson, Kathy; Scott, Michael
Subject: Fw: MELCOR input deck for Germany

We should be able to do this from our aircraft impact SFP work. Charlie knows.

J


From: Diane.JACKSONdoecd.org
To: Uhle, Jennifer
Sent: Wed Mar 16 08:18:04 2011
Subject: MELCOR input deck for Germany

Hello Jennifer –

How are you? I am sure overly busy with Japan, as many of us are. We have requests for information from all over in many forms.

As I am sure you know, the German government has ordered the shutdown of 7 of their plants that were built before 1980. GRS would like to run MELCOR on Mark 1 containments to fight back with some analysis.

Would NRC/RES be able to share an input deck for Mark 1 containment with GRS? Maybe someone from SOARCA branch could talk with someone in GRS?

If so, I can send along a NRC name and number or I can get my German colleague here to give me the GRS contact, so that NRC can contact GRS directly.

MELCOR Input Deck for Germany – Pages From C142449-02A


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