Analysis of Risks Associated with Nuclear Submarine Decommissioning, Dismantling and Disposal

Analysis of Risks Associated with Nuclear Submarine Decommissioning, Dismantling and Disposal

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A great number of nuclear submarines are due to be decommissioned before 2000. The political decisions surrounding the disposal of nuclear compartments, radioactive wastes and spent fuel differ appreciably between the countries that own the boats. The decision makers involved thus need help in comparing and assessing alternative options for the decommissioning of their nuclear submarine fleets. The present volume offers such assistance, with its discussions of the risks associated with long-term water storage of the boats, radioactive and chemical contamination, spent fuel and waste management, and handling and recycling reactor compartments.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 443 pages
  • 162.6 x 236.2 x 30.5mm | 839.16g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1999 ed.
  • 26 Illustrations, black and white; XI, 443 p. 26 illus.
  • 0792355970
  • 9780792355977

Table of contents

Preface. General Overview of the Problem Status. Overview of the 1995 NATO ARW on Nuclear Submarine Decommissioning and Related Problems; L.G. Lesage. A Structured Methodology for Multiple Stakeholder Involvement in the Management of Risks from Nuclear Submarine Decommissioning and Disposal; G.E. Apostolakis. Russian Nuclear Submarine Utilisation Probabilistic Risk Assessment; R. Islamov. Monitoring Control Levels of Radioactive Contamination of the Sea Water at Nuclear Submarines Decommissioning and Establishment of Criteria of Intervention; N.S. Khlopking. Normative-Legal Aspects of Nuclear and Radiation Safety Provision during Nuclear Submarine Decommissioning, Storage and Utilization; N.N. Yarasov, S.G. Testov. Risks Connected with Long Term Waterborne Storage of Decommissioned Nuclear Submarines. Risk Analysis and Safety Measures as Applied to Long-Term Waterborne Storage of Russian Northern Fleet Decommissioned Nuclear Submarines; V.N. Panteleev, A.A. Kosmin. Enhancement of Safety at Storaging Nuclear Power Plants of Warships Removed from Operation Pending their Decommissioning; E.I. Aksenov, et al. Accident Risk Associated with Fuelled Decommissioned Nuclear Powered Submarines; S. Kupca, A. Natalizio. Risk Assessments for Non-defuelled, Decommissioned Nuclear Submarines: a NATO/CCMS/NACC Pilot Study; S. Hobraten. The Present State and Problems of Radioecological Monitoring of the Pacific Fleet Objects and Territories; V.L. Vysotsky, V.A. Danilyan. Assessment and Predication for Radiaton and Hygienic Consequences from Operation of Naval Nuclear Sites and Facilities; V.M. Zakharov, et al. Analysis of Radioactivity Release from Second Generation Nuclear Submarines Reactor Compartment during Prolonged Storage Afloat after Unloading Spent Nuclear Fuel; N.G.Andreyev, et al. Nuclear Risks from Decommissioned Nuclear Submarines with Non-Defueled Reactors; P.L. Olgaard. Possibilities for Reducing Radiation and Ecological Impact upon Personnel and the Environment in the Course of Temporary Keeping, Scrapping and Long-Term Storage of Nuclear Submarines; S.I. Emeliyanov, et al. The BR3 Decommissioning Project: A Pilot for Submarine Reactors; J. Dadoumont, et al. Risks of Radioactive and Chemical Contamination Associated with Nuclear Submarines Dismantling. Methodology of Cost Assessment of Radiation Risk and Annual Man-Rem during Dismantling Work in Russian Nuclear Energy and Industry; A. Abagyan, et al. Alternatives for Disposition of Nuclear Facilities in the United States; G.L. Sjoblom. Problems of Safe Application of Laser Technological Process for Disassembly of the Nuclear Installations of NSM; R.B. Arutyunyan, et al. Comparative Estimation of Various Technologies of Nuclear Powered Submarines Disintegration from the Point of View of Radiating and Ecological Safety; V.V. Dovgusha, et al. Risks Encountered in Nuclear Decommissioning and their Applicability to Nuclear Submarine Decommissioning; Ph.K. Jackson. Issues of Personnel Protection from Toxic Materials Penetrating into the Atmosphere of Working Sites under Conditions of Nuclear Submarine Recycling; G.G. Butenko, et al. Risks Associated with Spent Fuel and Waste Management. Geological Aspects of Handling of Radioactive Wastes (RAW) and Spent Nuclear Fuel (SNF) In Decommissioning of Nuclear Submarines (NS); N.P. Laverov, et al. On the Possibility of Underwater Storage of Defueled Nuclear Submarine Reactor Compartments; B.G. Pologuikh, et al. Dynamic Modeling of Physical Phenomena for Probabilistic Assessment of Spent Fuel Accidents;
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