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Methodology and technology of decommissioning nuclear facilities

Technical Committee Meeting on the Methodology and Technology of Decommissioning Nuclear Facilities (1985 Vienna, Austria)

Methodology and technology of decommissioning nuclear facilities

report of a Technical Committee Meeting on the Methodology and Technology of Decommissioning Nuclear Facilities, organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency and held in Vienna, 22-26 April 1985.

by Technical Committee Meeting on the Methodology and Technology of Decommissioning Nuclear Facilities (1985 Vienna, Austria)

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Published by International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear facilities -- Decommissioning.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 98-104.

    SeriesTechnical reports series -- no. 267., Technical reports series (International Atomic Energy Agency) -- no. 267.
    ContributionsInternational Atomic Energy Agency.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination107 p. :
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17917682M
    ISBN 109201252862

    Alongside with manpower, the exposure is an indicator of the decommissioning process for need of staff, and quantifies impact of decommissioning on personnel from the radio hygienic point of view. At the same time it indicates suitability of individual work procedures use for decommissioning by: 1. understanding of nuclear technology's compatibility with national sustainable development objectives and its possible contributions to SDGs; To increase Member State capacities to establish, manage and utilize their nuclear knowledge base and to provide knowledge management and nuclear education related guidance, services and Size: 4MB. The aim of nuclear facility decommissioning is to make local settlements safe, sustainable and professedly acceptable. The challenges are the clean-up of the nuclear site and waste management. This means a definite promise in terms of safety and security, taking into account social and environmental accountability. There is an essential need to develop safe and efficient methods for nuclear Author: Jungsoon Park, Hee-Chul Eun, Seonbyeong Kim, Changhyun Roh, So-Jin Park. guidance to facilitate the decommissioning of nuclear facility is implemented, the building and site must be facilities. A discussion of regulatory considerations is decommissioned to protect the publi c and DOD personnel provided which will enable the user to understand nuclear fro m unacceptable residual contamination. The.

    Since the Fukushima accident in , nuclear safety has emerged as a very important political and social issue. Under this circumstance, the importance of configuration management (CM) is emphasized in order to ensure the reliability and safety of facility. However, configuration management (CM) is still in its conceptual stage in the nuclear industry due to the ambiguity of CM definitions Cited by: 1.


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nuclear plants will incorporate many improvements that will be beneficial to plant dismantling. Several design improvements that are driven by objectives other than decommissioning, e.g. facilities for promoting ease of maintenance and to enable replacement of large components during plant operation are nevertheless helpful to decommissioning.

3 International Atomic Energy Agency Introduction • Records are generated at each step in the design, operation, shutdown and decommissioning of a nuclear facility • Many of the records are important to the safety and cost efficient planning for decommissioning • The early development of a systematic approach to records management to support decommissioning.

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7 International Atomic Energy Agency Applicability of a technology •There is no single technique to address all dismantling needs on a decommissioning project •The selection of technologies depends is influenced by and depends on: •The type of facility (power plant, fuel cycle facility, research facility) •The type of isotopes present •The activity level of the equipments and parts.

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New technology tools for the decommissioning of nuclear facilities: they were developed by ENEA as part of the Metrology for Decommissioning Nuclear Facilities - MetroDECOM research project funded with 5 million euro by the European Commission, in the framework of the European Metrology Research Programme – EMRP.

Decommissioning of nuclear facilities involves the complete dismantling of a. On the other hand a methodology that could be directly applied to address the problem of the prioritization of these facilities was not available in the literature.

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decommissioning of nuclear facilities updates and replaces the previous statement contained in paragraphs of “Review of Radioactive Waste Management Policy Final conclusions” (Cm ) published in July Coverage of the policy 2. This statement covers all (existing and new) UK nuclear industry facilities and their Size: KB.

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of the European Commission study “Comparison among different decommissioning funds methodologies for nuclear facilities ” (Reference: Official Journal of the European Union No.

S of 22/07/), co-ordinated by the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy. This report, intended for a broad readership, provides a concise overview of the decommissioning and dismantling of nuclear facilities and associated issues in NEA Member countries.

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