Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Petitions to NRC by Mark Edward Leyse

This list is for my convenience. I am particularly attracted to Item 5. The NRC has been sitting on Item 5 since March 2007.

1.
(81)
G20080162/EDATS: OEDO-2008-0178 - Mark Edward Leyse Ltr. re: 10 C.F.R. Section 2.206 Request for Emergency Shutdown of Indian Point Units 2 and 3: the Current Power Levels of Both Plants were Qualified by Emergency-Core-Cooling-System
ML080710121
2008-03-07
54

2.
(80)
G20070508 - Mark E. Leyse Ltr Re: Overrule Decision of the Petition Review Board.
ML072140819
2007-08-21
5

3.
(80)
G20080162/EDATS:OEDO-2008-0178-Ltr-March 7, 2008 Letter to Mr. Reyes in re: petition of Title 10 of the Code of Federal Regulation (10 CFR) Section 2.206 of the NRC Regulations.
ML081500352
2008-06-05
34

4.
(80)
G20070508 - Mark Edward Leyse Ltr. re: Indian Point, Units 2 & 3
ML072000374
2007-07-17

5.
(80)
2007/03/15-Petition for Rulemaking PRM-50-84 Submitted by Mark Edward Leyse re adddressing corrosion of fuel rod cladding surfaces and a change in the calculations for a loss-of-coolant accident.
ML070871368
2007-03-15
45

6.
(80)
G20070273 - Mark Edward Leyse Petition for an Enforcement Action Re: 10 CFR 2.206 - Indian Point, Units 2 and 3
ML071150299
2007-04-25
44

7.
(80)
G20070273 - Mark Leyse Ltr from Jennifer Golder Re.: Petition for an Enforcement Action Re: 10 CFR 2.206 - Indian Point, Units 2 and 3
ML071500238
2007-05-31
35

1 comment:

jackl said...

You seem to have blocked out your phone number so no one can call you. Carl's closed nuclear installation, I now remember, was based on a continuously processed molten salt reactor/reprocessing facility combination. I'll assume that you have more nuclear knowledge than you displayed in our phone call, so you know the advantages and technical challenges of molten salt reactors.

The water level controlled reactor was called the progressive conversion reactor.

The professor who confirmed the story about ORNL grabbing the flux trap concept was Alex Sesonske.