Your partner in Nuclear Technology
Our greatest Strength is a thorough Know How and Know Why
The 19 Nuclear Infrastructure Issues of the IAEA Milestones Approach
Our scope of involvement in Training, Preparation and /or IAEA Review Missions
Funding and Financing
Site and Supporting Facilities
Nuclear fuel cycle
Radioactive waste Management
Safety, Technology and Plant Operation
The best basis for Nuclear Power is a sound design and appropriate plant equipment, operated in accordance with the safety principles. Our scope is from the definition of safety regulations, design reviews up to an “in-depth” causal analyses of events. Effective outage management as a measure to enhance the efficiency of NPP
´s is one of our specialties based on proven and documented experience.
Management System and Related Process
“Effective leadership and management for safety must be established in organizations concerned, and facilities and activities that give rise to, and radiation risks” (International Atomic Energy Agency).
Therefore, the implementation of a comprehensive management
s system including all relevant processes is state of the art. We assist in training, development, and review of such systems.
Human Resource Development
For the effective implementation of nuclear power and/or nuclear facilities, sufficient professionals with the necessary competence have to be provided in a timely manner. An appropriate Education system, training facilities and training programs have to be designed and established. We assist in the development and implementation of a systematic approach (SAT) and offer reviews.
Disputes & Arbitration
Suppliers interested in participation in nuclear power should be aware of the challenges and risks before offering their services. Nuclear Power Projects are complex, long lasting, and are often subject to costly claims due to delays in delivery and/or quality issues. We provide technical expertise in claims to affected parties and their lawyers. Our support makes the Legal teams more effective!
Dr. Grauf entered the nuclear industry in 1972 and has held management positions in Engineering (nuclear systems design), Maintenance, Operation and Plant Management up to a 1400 MW PWR. He is a specialist in PWR technology Gen 1 to Gen 3. An overview of his roles and involvements is provided below. Additional international expertise is available to support se-grauf in projects as necessary.
Where We are
and where we´ve been
Se-grauf is based in Germany, however Dr. Grauf has a global insight in PWR technology due to worldwide technical exchange, training and lecturing, reviews, and involvements in projects.