KSUAE students at the International construction sites of Rosatom


KSUAE students at the International construction sites of Rosatom

Members of the headquarters of student detachments of KSUAE Kamil Shigapov and Albert Allaberdin spent their third working semester at the international construction sites of the Rooppur NPP in the People's Republic of Bangaldesh and the El-Dabaa NPP in Egypt.

After a competitive selection, the guys became part of 25 students who represented regions from all over Russia. The guys were employed by the company JSC Atomstroyexport, an engineering division of the state corporation Rosatom.

Kamil Shigapov, Rooppur NPP, says: “The climate in the People's Republic of Bangladesh was difficult: every day the temperature reached up to 34 degrees and the humidity was above 98%. Worked in the construction and installation works department and in the anti-corrosion and special works department. Together with leading specialists, we went to construction control, accepted work performed during inspections, analyzed working documentation, corrected conflicts and developed technical solutions for construction. It was possible to successfully apply the knowledge acquired at the university, for example, on building materials: we visited a laboratory where concrete samples from a construction site are tested every day and the life cycle of reinforced concrete structures is studied. We managed to learn even more and gain new knowledge".

Albert Allaberdin, El-Dabaa NPP: “I worked in the scheduling and production system department of Rosatom. Together with specialists, he visited the construction site every day and took photographs of the working day to identify production losses. The data was used to calculate deviations, estimated completion dates and update stands".

Nuclear power plants are unique and technically complex construction projects. Powerful equipment, the level of construction responsibility, complex engineering solutions - the guys were able to see all this on site. At the end of the working semester, the students were presented with letters of gratitude from JSC Atomstroyexport for the successful completion of production tasks.

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The News is submitted by International Relations Dept of the University.