Strategy for the environmental safety of radiologically dangerous objects
- 42 Downloads
A strategy for environmental safety of radiologically dangerous objects is examined for one such object. The steps in performing the work oriented toward environmental safety are shown. The most likely variants for handling radioactive wastes are presented. The technological operations performed to ensure environmental safety of the object are examined. The choice of the final variant for increasing environmental safety is made after economic and environmental evaluation. The strategy developed for ensuring environmental safety can be used to examine other radiologically dangerous objects.
KeywordsRadionuclide Radon Radioactive Waste Environmental Safety Storage Facility
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 1.E. I. Veselov and L. B. Prozorov, “Validation of the optimal construction and thickness of the cover on near-surface storage of radwastes,” At. Énerg., 105, No. 6, 325–334 (2008).Google Scholar
- 2.A. S. Barinov, E. I. Vesselov, L. B. Prozorov, and V. Yu. Flit, “Restoration of the seal tightness of historic storage facilities,” Bezop. Okr. Sredy, No. 3, 38–40 (2006).Google Scholar
- 3.V. G. Volkov,A. G. Volkovich, A. P. Ivanov, et al., “Liquidation of the inaccessible storage sites for high-level wastes at the Russian Science Center Kurchatov Institute,” At. Énerg., 105, No. 3, 164–169 (2008).Google Scholar
- 4.Yu. A. Zverkov, S. G. Semenov, and A. D. Shisha, “Basic principles of the organization, choice of strategy and technologies of rehabilitating radiologically contaminated objects,” At. Énerg., 107, No. 1, 46–54 (2009).Google Scholar