FAQ:What is the proper name of the power plants?

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This is an important question. The answer depends on how and where you want to use it. The six reactor cores actually belongs to 3-4 different names of companies. But in the end, the mother company is “China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group” (CGNPG, 中国广东核电集团)。 So in the acknowledgement, we should use this(This is the body who gave us the funding). While in the paper, when you describe reactors, there is no need to get to the details of complicated holding structure, I suggest we use “Daya Bay nuclear power reactor complex”, or “Daya Bay reactor complex”.


Yifang (email to theta13-papers on 18 Jan 2012)

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