Scientific and Technical Issues in the Management of Spent Fuel of Decommissioned Nuclear Submarines

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-4171-6 (Print) 978-1-4020-4173-0 (Online)

Table of contents (38 chapters)

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  1. OVERVIEW OF THE THREE PREVIOUS (1995, 1997 and 2002) NATO-RUSSIA WORKSHOPS GENERAL ISSUES OF SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL AND RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT

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      SPENT FUEL OF DECOMMISSIONED NUCLEAR SUBMARINES: QUESTIONS TO BE ADDRESSED

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      Pages 11-33

      JUSTIFICATION OF PRIORITY LINES AND OBJECTIVES WHEN RESOLVING THE CHALLENGES OF COMPLEX DECOMMISSIONING OF NUCLEAR SUBMARINES

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      Pages 35-38

      GENERAL POLICY AND STRATEGY FOR FRENCH NAVAL SPENT FUEL MANAGEMENT

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      Pages 39-44

      MANAGEMENT OF SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL IN FINLAND: POLICY, PAST AND PRESENT PRACTICES, PLANS FOR THE FUTURE

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      Pages 45-56

      SWEDISH STRATEGY AND EXPERIENCE IN SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL AND RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT

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      Pages 57-63

      SPENT FUEL MANAGEMENT IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

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      Pages 65-74

      THE DTI FSU NUCLEAR LEGACY PROGRAMME: SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL MANAGEMENT AT ANDREEVA BAY

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      Pages 75-97

      IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONCEPT AND THE PROGRAM OF COMPLEX DECOMMISSIONING OF NUCLEAR SUBMARINES, NUCLEARPOWERED SURFACE SHIPS AND MAINTENANCE VESSELS AND REHABILITATION OF RADIATION-HAZARDOUS FACILITIES: MAIN RESULTS AND UNRESOLVED PROBLEMS

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      Pages 99-106

      A PERSPECTIVE ON U.S. SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL POLICY

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      Pages 107-109

      ACTUAL PROBLEMS IN IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS UNDER THE G8 GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP COOPERATION PROGRAM AT FEP “ZVEZDA”

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      Pages 111-117

      THE ARCTIC MILITARY ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION (AMEC) PROGRAM’S ROLE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SPENT FUEL FROM DECOMMISSIONED NUCLEAR SUBMARINES

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      Pages 119-129

      CONCEPT OF COMPLEX DECOMMISSIONING OF CIVIL NUCLEAR POWERED SURFACE SHIPS AND MAINTENANCE VESSELS

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      Pages 131-144

      UNLOADING, STORAGE AND SUBSEQUENT MANAGEMENT OF SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL OF LIQUID-METAL-COOLANT REACTORS: ACTUAL STATUS AND PROBLEMS

  2. TRANSPORTATION OF SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL (SNF) AND RADIOACTIVE WASTE (RW) MANAGEMENT OF NON-STANDARD SNF RW PROCESSING ANALYSIS OF POTENTIAL EMERGENCIES DURING SNF AND RW MANAGEMENT

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      Pages 145-163

      ENHANCING THE EFFICIENCY OF RADIOLOGICAL MONITORING AND ON-LINE EMERGENCY RESPONSE IN CASE OF SINKING OF TAKEN-OUTOF-SERVICE RADIATION-HAZARDOUS OBJECTS

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      Pages 165-168

      SAFE SHIPMENT OF NAVAL SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL

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      Pages 169-178

      MAIN PECULIARITIES OF MANAGING SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL AND RADIOACTIVE WASTE DURING COMPLEX DECOMMISSIONING OF NUCLEAR SUBMARINES IN THE KAMCHATKA REGION

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      Pages 179-194

      NUCLEAR AND RADIATION SAFETY DURING LONG-TERM STORAGE OF SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL OF LAND-BASED REACTOR FACILITY STANDS-PROTOTYPES 27/VT AND KM-1

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      Pages 195-208

      DEFUELING OF RETIRED NUCLEAR SUBMARINES

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      Pages 209-217

      METHODS FOR ANALYTICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL JUSTIFICATION OF NUCLEAR AND RADIATION SAFETY DURING UNLOADING AND S ORAGE OF SPENT REMOVABLE PARTS FROM NUCLEAR SUBMARINE LIQUID METAL REACTORS

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      Pages 219-222

      JUSTIFICATION OF A POSSIBILITY OF COMPACTED STORAGE OF NAVAL SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL

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