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NAVANTIA has signed with the Australian DMO a contract for carrying out the RRDS (Risk Reduction Design Study) for its program of future frigates, called the SEA 5000 program. The contract, which is envisaged that will last for about 9 months, seeks to analyze the impact which will have the installation of an air CEA Australian radar and of a Saab’s command and control system on the design of the F-105 frigate, as well as the fulfillment of a number of specific Australian requirements.
The company ENUSA Industrias Avanzadas and the French company AREVA concluded a multiyear contract for the supply of uranium enrichment services. This enriched uranium will be used as fuel in the reactors of the Spanish nuclear power plants, which means guaranteeing the supply.
An auditing team of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) has carried out an audit of ENSA’s quality assurance system and its implementation through simulation models and orders in progress, with a view to assess the renewal of the ASME Seals: N, NPT, NA, NS and N3. These are the most representative and most valued seals within the nuclear industry. ENSA has them since 1978.
The Season 2015 at the HIPÓDROMO DE LA ZARZUELA will begin on March 1st, and it will offer to the facilities’ aficionados and visitors a total of 183 horse races from spring to autumn. One of the most outstanding novelties for next year is the increase in the amount to be awarded in prizes, which will amount to a total of 2,990,100 € for the spring and the autumn, an amount 8.64% higher than in 2014.