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Safe operation of critical assemblies and research reactors, 1971 edition

International Atomic Energy Agency.

Safe operation of critical assemblies and research reactors, 1971 edition

code of practice sponsored by theInternational Atomic Energy Agency and the World Health Organization, and technical appendix.

by International Atomic Energy Agency.

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


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SeriesSafety series -- 35
ContributionsWorld Health Organization.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21721245M

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Nuclear Safety provides the methods and data needed to evaluate and manage the safety of nuclear facilities and related processes using risk-based safety analysis, and provides readers with the techniques to assess the consequences of radioactive releases. The book covers relevant international and regional safety criteria (US, IAEA, EUR, PUN, URD, INI)/5. IAEA initiated an assessment of the common features and differences in fuel safety criteria between plants of eastern and western design, focusing on western PWRs and eastern WWER reactors. Between October and November , the IAEA organized several workshops withFile Size: KB.

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Safe operation of critical assemblies and research reactors, 1971 edition by International Atomic Energy Agency. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The safe operation of critical assemblies and research reactors postulates proper design, construction and management of such assemblies and reactors. Under the present Code of Practice for the Safe Operation of Critical Assemblies and Research Reactors, it is recommended.

The safe operation of critical assemblies and research reactors involves very many fields of information and experience. Many of these are covered in this Manual. Not all of them are directly concerned with safe operation. The Safe operation of critical assemblies and research reactors included in this Manual are the administrative procedures required, safety in File Size: 3MB.

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Panel of experts on the safe operation of research reactors and critical assemblies, meeting at IAEA headquarters in Vienna During the first meeting the Panel reviewed the general form and principal contents of aproposed man­ ual prepared by the Secretariat, and made various sug­ gestions regarding it.

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