Evaluation of Man-Machine Relationships in U.S. Nuclear Power Plants
The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) began operations in 1973 for the purpose of expanding electric energy research and development under the voluntary sponsorship of the United States utility industry, public, private, and cooperative. Its goal is to develop a broad, coordinated, advanced technology program for improving electric power production, transmission, distribution, and utilization in an environmentally acceptable manner. More than 500 member organizations, accounting for approximately 80% of the U.S. electric power generating capacity, support the EPRI program. For 1976 the members have agreed to contribute 0.140 mills per kilowatt hour of sales, giving EPRI a 1976 research and development planning guideline budget of $150 million.
KeywordsNuclear Power Plant Training Simulator Performance Measurement System Electric Power Research Institute Function Allocation
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