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Douglas Stacey


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Douglas Stacey is a scientist/engineer in the Experiment Design and Analysis Department at Idaho National Laboratory. He is lead mechanical engineer responsible for design, fabrication, and installation of experiments to be irradiated in the Advanced Test Reactor (ATR), including the AGR-2 fuel experiment, the AGC-4 and AGC-5 graphite material experiments.

Mr. Stacey has been with INL more than 20 years and has experience in mechanical design, designing leadout experiments, and designing temperature control systems for leadout experiments. He holds a B.S. in engineering from Idaho State University and has publications regarding hot spot removal systems and fluid flow in high temperature reactor cores. Mr. Stacey has received two Research and Development 100 Awards for the Small Scale Natural Gas Liquefaction System and for work on cryogenic cutting and abrading systems. He is also a PMI certified Project Management Professional and has experience in ASME Pressure Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, 3-D modeling software, and is fluent in Spanish. Outside of work, he enjoys hunting, fishing, the outdoors and woodworking.

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