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The Nuclear Safety Institute (IBRAE) was established on November 3, 1988 by the Order № 2198r of the USSR Council of Ministers with the aim of advancing basic research to address the problems of increasing safety of nuclear power plants. The basis activity of the Institute is a comprehensive safety analysis of nuclear-power facilities including nuclear fuel cycle with the use of advanced computer technologies. Effective approaches to safety analysis are developed at the Institute, which are based on the development and use of advanced mathematical methods and physical models, methods of probabilistic safety analysis, banks of experimental and operational data, models of transport of radioactive and chemically-hazardous substances in the environment and their impact on the environment and human beings.



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Лекция «Современные подходы и практика аварийного медицинского реагирования в России»

15 марта 2018 года в ИБРАЭ РАН состоялась лекция на тему «Современные подходы и практика аварийного медицинского реагирования в России».

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The department was established in 1992. Its purpose is to train professionals for new and fast developing area of science connected with investigation of the general laws of environmental and industrial disasters, development of scientific methods of analysis and control of emergency situations and risk analysis.


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Chernobyl-Fukusima: travel notes of the liquidator

R.V. Arutyunyan

The book describes the events, in which the author participated directly. Accidents at NPP and other nuclear power facilities and their radiation effects, as well as emerging complex human and scientific problems, are described in the context of specific emergency situations. The subject of the analysis of the book is the reasons for practically regular scaling the socio-economic consequences of any radiation accidents due to subjective factors.

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Journal «Arctic: ecology and economy»

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Issue 4(28) 2017Issue 4(28) 2017

In this issue of the magazine you can read (in Russian):

about climate change impact on economic growth and specific sectors’ development of the Russian Arctic,
about nuclear legacy cleanup in the continental part of Russia as a condition for radiation safety in the Arctic,
about trends of the frequency pollution of the atmosphere of the regions of the Russian Arctic in the 21st century,
about prospects of gold mining development in the Chukotka Autonomous district,

and about the studies aimed at: study and development of natural resources of the Arctic, development of the shipbuilding for the Arctic, state administration and economic management in the Arctic zone.

DOI 10.25283/2223-4594-2017-4


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