SST (in a German nuclear reactor facility)

English translation: Schaltstation/switching station

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German term or phrase:SST (in a German nuclear reactor facility)
English translation:Schaltstation/switching station
Entered by: Johanna Timm, PhD

01:28 Jan 23, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: SST (in a German nuclear reactor facility)
SST (in a German nuclear reactor facility)

General context:
Documents related to being approved for admittance to a nuclear reactor facility in a research institution

Specific context:
One of several entities receiving copies of the visitor’s check-in form
Tom Funke
Schaltstation/switching station?
Explanation:
This is just a guess based on the info I obtained from a couple of URLs dealing with Kernenergie.
I checked all the other abbreviations you were looking for, but found no intelligent explanations in the following 2 lists( but they might be useful for other terminology questions, so I am including them here)
www.hsk.psi.ch/jab95-abk.html
And there is this Lexikon der Kernenergie, avaiable as pdf file:
www.fs.fzk.de/Lexikon/ -
and, the best one:
ww.infokreis-kernenergie.org/wissen/lexikon.cfm - 11k
This last one is very comprehensive. It includes a Lexikon and has neat illustrations of the various buildings( a guided tour, so to speak)
Hope this is a tiny bit helpful!
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Johanna Timm, PhD
Canada
Local time: 21:18
Grading comment
Thanks again Johanna!
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Johanna Timm, PhD


  

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Schaltstation/switching station?


Explanation:
This is just a guess based on the info I obtained from a couple of URLs dealing with Kernenergie.
I checked all the other abbreviations you were looking for, but found no intelligent explanations in the following 2 lists( but they might be useful for other terminology questions, so I am including them here)
www.hsk.psi.ch/jab95-abk.html
And there is this Lexikon der Kernenergie, avaiable as pdf file:
www.fs.fzk.de/Lexikon/ -
and, the best one:
ww.infokreis-kernenergie.org/wissen/lexikon.cfm - 11k
This last one is very comprehensive. It includes a Lexikon and has neat illustrations of the various buildings( a guided tour, so to speak)
Hope this is a tiny bit helpful!


    see above
Johanna Timm, PhD
Canada
Local time: 21:18
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in pair: 7435
Grading comment
Thanks again Johanna!
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