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SINGAPORE--(Marketwired - Mar 1, 2017) - ALE, operating under the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise brand, held its annual Partner Event for the APAC region from February 28 to March 2, 2017 at JW Marriott, Bangkok, Thailand. Event highlights included the announcement of APAC Business Partner Awards which recognize the investment partners made in working with the ALE product portfolio over the past 12 months and their achievement to deliver customized technology experiences that meet customers' needs. The winners included: APAC Awards APAC Communications Partner of the Year: ABS India Pvt. Ltd. APAC Network Partner of the Year: Logic Solutions Inc. APAC SMB Partner of the Year: Syntel Telecom Limited APAC Hospitality Partner of the Year: Logic Solutions Inc. APAC Cloud Partner of the Year: Nexon Asia Pacific APAC Distributor of the Year: Exclusive Networks Singapore Pte. Ltd. Regional Awards China Networks Partner of the Year: Fortune Enterprise Information Communication Co., Ltd. China Convergence Partner of the Year: Shanghai Xundi Science & Technology Development Co., Ltd. Hong Kong Partner of the Year: INFA Systems Ltd. Japan Partner of the Year: AXIO Corporation Korean Partner of the Year: HanA IT, Inc. NEA Communications Partner of the Year: ABS Telecom Inc. SEA Network Partner of the Year: The Communication Solution Co. Ltd. These awards are an acknowledgement of partner growth initiatives, innovation and collaboration opportunities with Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise solutions over the past year in addition to the revenue targets. Congratulating the partners, Matthieu Destot, EVP, Global Sales & Marketing, ALE said, "Our industry is always evolving, and we would not be able to ride this wave without the support of our Business Partners. We rely on each of our partners to team with us as we follow the customer into a new realm of on-demand and service driven consumption. Congratulations to those partners that demonstrated outstanding achievement in 2016 as we look forward to more joint successes in 2017 and beyond." About Us We are ALE. Our mission is to make everything connect to create the customized technology experience customers need. We deliver networking and communications that work for your people, processes and customers from your office, the cloud or in combination. A heritage of innovation and dedication to customer success has made ALE, marketed under the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise brand, an essential provider of enterprise networking, communications and services to over 830,000 customers worldwide. ALE has a global reach and local focus with more than 2200 employees and 2900+ partners who serve over 50 countries. More information on the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Hospitality Solutions and Healthcare Solutions. For ongoing news visit our Newsroom, Blog, Facebook and Twitter.


Lee H.-Y.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Kim J.-B.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Park H.-Y.,AD Solution Co.
Nuclear Engineering and Design | Year: 2012

A high temperature design and evaluation of creep-fatigue damage for a sodium-to-air heat exchanger, AHX, has been conducted according to the recent versions of the high temperature design codes based on a full three-dimensional finite element analysis. AHX is a shell- and tube-type heat exchanger with 36 helical tubes, and has an outer diameter of 1.59 m and height of 6.5 m. AHX was installed in a sodium test loop facility, STELLA (Sodium integral effect test loop for safety simulation and assessment) recently constructed at the KAERI site. The materials of the shell and tube in AHX are 304SS and 316SS, respectively. Evaluations of creep-fatigue damage based on 3D finite element analyses were conducted at several critical locations of AHX according to the recent elevated temperature design codes of ASME-NH and RCC-MR, and the evaluation results of the two codes were compared. Based on the high temperature damage evaluation, the AHX design has been finalized, and fabrication of the component was conducted. © 2012 Elsevier B.V.


Song K.-N.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Hong S.-D.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Lee S.-H.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Park H.-Y.,AD Solution Co.
Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology | Year: 2012

The mechanical properties in a weld zone are different from those in the base material owing to their different microstructures. A process heat exchanger in a nuclear hydrogen system is a key component to transfer high heat generated in a very high-temperature reactor to a chemical reaction that yields a large quantity of hydrogen. A spacer grid in pressurized water reactor (PWR) fuel is a structural component with an interconnected and welded array of slotted grid straps. Previous research on the strength analyses of these components was performed using base material properties owing to a lack of mechanical properties in the weld zone. In this study, based on the mechanical properties in the weld zone of components recently obtained using an instrumented indentation technique, strength analyses considering the mechanical properties in the weld zone were performed, and the analysis results are compared with previous research. © 2012 Atomic Energy Society of Japan. All rights reserved.


Lee H.-Y.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Kim J.-B.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Eoh J.-H.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Lee Y.-B.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Park H.-Y.,AD Solution Co.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Pressure Vessels and Piping Division (Publication) PVP | Year: 2011

High temperature design and evaluation of creep-fatigue damage for sodium-sodium heat exchanger, DHX (Decay heat exchanger) in a sodium test loop have been conducted. The DHX is a shell- and tube-type heat exchanger with outer diameter of 21.7mm, thickness of 1.65mm and effective length of 1.73m. The DHX shell and tube materials were Mod.9Cr- 1Mo steel. The temperatures of shell inlet and shell outlet in the DHX are 510°C and 308°C, respectively, while the temperatures of tube inlet and outlet are 254°C and 475°C, respectively. Three dimensional finite element analysis was conducted for the DHX and evaluation of creep-fatigue damage at several critical locations of the heat exchanger was carried out according to the elevated temperature design codes of the ASME Section III Subsection NH and RCC-MR. Evaluations on the integrity of the DHX and code comparisons were carried out for the critical locations of the DHX. © 2011 by ASME.


Lee H.-Y.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Kim J.-B.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Park H.-Y.,AD Solution Co.
Journal of Pressure Vessel Technology, Transactions of the ASME | Year: 2012

High temperature design and evaluation of creep-fatigue damage for sodium-to-sodium heat exchanger, decay heat exchanger (DHX), in a sodium test loop have been conducted. The DHX is a shell-and tube-type heat exchanger with an outer diameter of 21.7 mm and effective length of 1.73 m. The DHX shell and tube materials were Mod.9Cr-1Mo steel. The temperatures of shell inlet and shell outlet in the DHX are 510 C and 308 C, respectively, while the temperatures of tube inlet and outlet are 254 C and 475 C, respectively. Three-dimensional finite element analysis was conducted for the DHX, and evaluation of creep-fatigue damage at several critical locations of the heat exchanger was carried out according to the elevated temperature design codes of the ASME Section III Subsection NH and RCC-MR. Evaluations on the integrity of the DHX and code comparisons were carried out for the critical locations of the DHX. The evaluation results showed that damages at the tubesheet joints of tube-to-tubesheet and tubesheet-to-shell were not so critical in the present DHX model. © 2012 American Society of Mechanical Engineers.


Lee H.-Y.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Song K.-N.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Kim Y.-W.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Hong S.-D.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Park H.-Y.,AD Solution Co.
Journal of Pressure Vessel Technology, Transactions of the ASME | Year: 2011

A process heat exchanger (PHE) transfers the heat generated from a nuclear reactor to a sulfur-iodine hydrogen production system in the Nuclear Hydrogen Development and Demonstration, and was subjected to very high temperature up to 950°C. An evaluation of creep-fatigue damage, for a prototype PHE, has been carried out from finite element analysis with the full three dimensional model of the PHE. The inlet temperature in the primary side of the PHE was 950°C with an internal pressure of 7 MPa, while the inlet temperature in the secondary side of the PHE is 500°C with internal pressure of 4 MPa. The candidate materials of the PHE were Alloy 617 and Hastelloy X. In this study, only the Alloy 617 was considered because the high temperature design code is available only for Alloy 617. Using the full 3D finite element analysis on the PHE model, creep-fatigue damage evaluation at very high temperature was carried out, according to the ASME Draft Code Case for Alloy 617, and technical issues in the Draft Code Case were raised. © 2011 American Society of Mechanical Engineers.


Lee H.-Y.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Song K.-N.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Kim Y.-W.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Hong S.-D.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Park H.-Y.,AD Solution Co.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Pressure Vessels and Piping Division (Publication) PVP | Year: 2010

A process heat exchanger (PHE) transfers the heat generated from a nuclear reactor to a sulfur-iodine hydrogen production system in the NHDD (Nuclear Hydrogen Development and Demonstration), and was subjected to very high temperature up to 950°C. An evaluation of creep-fatigue damage, for a prototype PHE, has been carried out from finite element analysis with the full three dimensional model of the PHE. The inlet temperature in the primary side of the PHE was 950°C with an internal pressure of 7MPa while the inlet temperature in the secondary side of the PHE is 500°C with internal pressure of 4MPa. The candidate materials of the PHE were Alloy 617 and Hastelloy X. In this study, only the Alloy 617 was considered because the high temperature design code is available only for Alloy 617. Using the full 3D finite element analysis on the PHE model, creep-fatigue damage evaluation at very high temperature was carried out, according to the ASME Draft Code Case for Alloy 617, and technical issues in the draft Code Case were raised. Copyright © 2010 by ASME.


Song K.-N.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Hong S.-D.,Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute | Park H.-Y.,AD Solution Co.
Science and Technology of Nuclear Installations | Year: 2012

A process heat exchanger (PHE) is a key component for transferring the high-temperature heat generated from a very high-temperature reactor (VHTR) to a chemical reaction for the massive production of hydrogen. The Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute has designed and assembled a small-scale nitrogen gas loop for a performance test on VHTR components and has manufactured a small-scale PHE prototype made of Hastelloy-X alloy. A performance test on the PHE prototype is underway in the gas loop, where different kinds of pipelines connecting to the PHE prototype are tested for reducing the thermal stress under the expansion of the PHE prototype. In this study, to evaluate the high-temperature structural integrity of the PHE prototype under the test condition of the gas loop, a realistic and effective boundary condition imposing the stiffness of the pipelines connected to the PHE prototype was suggested. An equivalent spring stiffness to reduce the thermal stress under the expansion of the PHE prototype was computed from the bending deformation and expansion of the pipelines connected to the PHE. A structural analysis on the PHE prototype was also carried out by imposing the suggested boundary condition. As a result of the analysis, the structural integrity of the PHE prototype seems to be maintained under the test condition of the gas loop. © 2012 Kee-Nam Song et al.


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