November 02, 2007

Fun day at work

Most days at work, I end up just going into the office, doing some Finite Element Analysis, write some reports, send some e-mails and have a few phone conversations. Today however, I got to look around, stand on top of, and touch, a nuclear reactor operating at full power (700MWth). It was a long time in coming, but man what a day! I think I can safely say that was one of the most fun/awesome tours ever. Maybe I was meant to be an engineer and not a farmer after all.


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  1. Now that sounds like a fun field trip. I’m off to the USAF museum of flying to look over some vintage RR products with the company on Tuesday. I think I’d rather do what you just did though. Viva Nuclear power!

    03 Nov 2007, 00:53

  2. Lindsey

    Ok, so, this is well over a month late but hey, I havent had the link for over a month! But that sounds like it was exciting, and I am glad to hear you are settling in and being happy with the engineer bit as opposed to the farmer-craving! :P haha.

    13 Dec 2007, 20:36


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