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What does RCP stand for?

RCP stands for Reactor Coolant Pump (nuclear power)


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Westinghouse Electric, a Pittsburgh-based group company of Toshiba, is the largest exporter involved in the transaction and will provide the reactor coolant pumps, reactor components, controls, engineering services, and training, Exim said.
Westinghouse Electric Company, based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is set to be the largest exported involved in the deal, and will provide the reactor coolant pumps, reactor components, controls, engineering services and training.
PITTSBURGH, April 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Westinghouse Electric Company, Curtiss-Wright Corporation, and the State Nuclear Power and Technology Corporation (SNPTC) of China today announced the successful completion of the design, manufacture and qualification of the lead AP1000[R] Reactor Coolant Pump (RCP).
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or ADT, a global leader in the development of advanced turbomachinery design methods, is pleased to announce that Andritz Hydro AG, a global market leader for customised plants, process technologies, and services for the hydro-power, pulp and paper, metals and other industries, applied TURBOdesign1 - 3D inverse design code - for the design of a compact Reactor Coolant Pump (RCP) achieving higher efficiency and cavitation performance.
Projects included analyzing the impact of a potential fire on equipment located in key areas of the plant, replacing the in-core instrumentation sensor system that monitors reactor fuel conditions, and removing and replacing a reactor coolant pump motor that weighs 57 tons.
For the UK market for nuclear reactor coolant pumps, we analyze the market demand statistics, new installations of nuclear reactor coolant pumps, nuclear reactor coolant pump replacements, industry revenues, revenues for both new installations and replacements, and many other factors.