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Halden Man-Machine Laboratory (HAMMLAB) Capabilities (DEMO)

Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research

The Halden Reactor Project uses the HAMMLAB to study human behavior in interaction with complex process systems and for the development, test and evaluation of prototype control rooms and their individual systems. HAMMLAB provides these activities through its modern, computer-based, experimental control room and its three nuclear reactor simulators (PWR, BWR, VVER). This presentation will demonstrate HAMMLAB's capabilities and how they are used to study human factors and human reliability in control room scenarios.

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