73. Experiences and lessons learned worldwide in the cleanup and decommissioning of nuclear facilities in the aftermath of accidents IAEA NUCLEAR ENERGY SERIES No. NW-T-2.7,книга

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[1] 73. Experiences and lessons learned worldwide in the cleanup and decommissioning of nuclear facilities in the aftermath of accidents IAEA NUCLEAR ENERGY SERIES No. NW-T-2.7, / Z. Drace, V. Ljubenov, S. Mikheykin et al. — IAEA Vienna, 2014. — 86 p. The IAEA Nuclear Energy Series comprises reports designed to encourage and assist R&D on, and application of, nuclear energy for peaceful uses. This includes practical examples to be used by owners and operators of utilities in Member States, implementing organizations, academia, and government officials, among others. This information is presented in guides, reports on technology status and advances, and best practices for peaceful uses of nuclear energy based on inputs from international experts. The IAEA Nuclear Energy Series complements the IAEA Safety Standards Series. Although much information exists on decommissioning and remediation following historical nuclear accidents, it is timely, particularly in the light of the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in March 2011, to review the experience gained in managing post-accident activities, particularly for accidents involving significant damage to nuclear fuel. Following the accident at the Three Mile Island (TMI-2) nuclear power plant and the Chernobyl accident, the IAEA issued several publications providing technical guidance and recommendations on the management of damaged nuclear fuel, sealing of the reactor buildings, post-accident cleanup of large contaminated areas, and cleanup and decommissioning of reactors which have undergone a severe accident. These publications are now more than 20 years old, and therefore do not address experiences and lessons learned from cleanup and decommissioning activities performed in several Member States (Canada, Japan, the Russian Federation, Slovakia, Ukraine, the United Kingdom and the United States of America) during the past two decades.

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