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IAEA Conducts Knowledge Management Assist Visit in Russia

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30.03.2017

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The IAEA team work together with Russian experts during the Knowledge Management Assist Visit mission in Moscow, March 2017. (Photo: JSC ASE EC)
The IAEA team work together with Russian experts during the Knowledge Management Assist Visit mission in Moscow, March 2017. (Photo: JSC ASE EC)

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) led expert mission conducted this month in Russia looked into current approaches and practices on design knowledge management in nuclear organizations.

The five-day IAEA Knowledge Management Assist Visit (KMAV) was held on 13-17 March 2017 at the Moscow office of the Atomstroyexport Group of Companies (JSC ASE EC), an Engineering Division of Russian State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM. The visit was conducted within the framework of Practical Arrangements between the IAEA and ROSATOM.

Under its Design Knowledge Management – Plant Information Models initiative (DKM-PIM), the IAEA works with Member States in identifying good practices on managing design knowledge in nuclear organizations. The main objective is to develop a better understanding of effective design knowledge management, including modern applications and tools. KMAV missions support this goal.

During the mission, the JSC ASE EC experts have presented the IAEA mission team unique tool, a project management system, entitled Multi-D®, that allows for effective management of design knowledge and information throughout the life-cycle of a nuclear power plant (NPP).

The mission brought together various national stakeholders in Russia, showing the growing interest in design knowledge management. These included representatives from ROSATOM, the nuclear regulator Rostechnadzor, the nuclear operating organization Concern Rosenergoatom, RASU (Rusatom Automated Control Systems), NEOLANT (engineering company) and VNIIAES (All-Russian Research Institute for NPP Operation). The participants reviewed and discussed the case study report on "Application of Design Knowledge Management in ROSATOM". The report will be part of a future IAEA publication on current approaches and practices in DKM and PIM implementation in nuclear organizations.

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