APPENDIX A. - Continued
Richard White attended a one day meeting in Bakersfield, California; the
subject was on oil spill on the Colorado River, put on by the Ail American
Duane Berrier and Gary Kuhstoss attended the one day Regional Annual Power
System Safety Standards Committee Meeting held at the Salt Lake Regional
Mr. Jeffery Waite, Powerplant Operator, transferred from the Corp. of
Engineers in South Dakota co Glen Canyon, reporting for work on March 2,
Lake Powell elevation decreased 0.06 feet during the month to 3681.69 with
22,165,000 acre-feet of storage or 88.7% of full capacity. Calculated inflow
was 688,310 acre-feet and gross generation was 340,020,000 KWH. Daily
average flow passing the dam was 11,263 cfs. Peak load was 1019 MW at 2000
hours on March 28, 1988, and average load for the month was 457 MW.
There was one unscheduled outage and seven switch orders were completed.
Water seepage in the dam increased 68.9 gallons per minute to 2801.7.
Computer Support Branch
Progress continued on SCADA this month, although we are continuing to have
software problems with the datalink. Also, RTU development system update
which was scheduled to arrive in the beginning of the month has been delayed
6-8 weeks. The contractor has been urged to expend more effort solving the
last few critical discrepancies so we can start availability testing without
more excessive delays.
The Unit #1 protective relay calibration was completed this month. An
improved Solid State camera was tested with the security system but found
only to be adequate indoors with lighting. About a week was spent repairing
the old PBX, and the requisition for its replacement was issued.
Engineering - Electrical
Work continued on the elevator upgrade contract with Texas Elevator. Parts
were ordered for remote read-out in the control room of the visitor center
Work is progressing well on the visitor center audio-visual room.
Coordination continued with WAPA on moving breaker controls to the
switchyard and on unit dropping system changes.
(FIST 1-3 12/89)