I’m trying to translate this website to english from time to time. This is, like everything else, time-consuming. If there are missing links on site overviews this might mean that the translation is just not done yet.
I’m mostly using the DeepL-Translator and try to read it afterwards but in case something is totally nonsense please leave a comment.
The YouTube algorithm suggested a video from user argilaga about a power plant simulator for the RBMK reactors some time ago. I have now also dealt with this simulator myself and would like to share my experiences in this blog entry. Since I have already dealt intensively with the start-up of a coal-fired power plant, I would like to try to apply my experience to the RBMK reactor and pass it on.
On my Lenovo X380 Yoga, I wanted to find out how much the performance can be improved after a year of use by replacing the thermal compound. To do this, I opened the device, replaced the thermal paste and did some benchmarks before and after replacing the thermal compound.
It uses an 4 core Intel Core i5 8250U with 1,6 GHz (Turbo up to 3,4 GHz).