|Key results of the work for 2019|
Key results of the work for 2019. // Under the general ed. of acad. RAS L. A. Bolshov; Nuclear Safety Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IBRAE RAN). - M., 2020. - 98 p.: ill. - ISBN 978-5-6041296-1-6.
This annual report provides an overview of the main areas of research and scientific and organizational activities of the IBRAE RAS for 2019. The report includes the most significant results of the Institute’s work in the field of nuclear safety justification.
|Nuclear roulette-Vol. 1: Chernobyl-Fukushima: travel notes of the liquidator|
Nuclear roulette-Vol. 1: Chernobyl-Fukusima: Travel Notes of the Liquidator / Rafael Arutyunyan. M. 2019. — 387p. : ISBN 978-5-6041296-4-7. (in Russian)
|Extraction of nuclear fuel from emergency reactors (Chernobyl and Fukushima)|
Extraction of nuclear fuel from emergency reactors (Chernobyl and Fukushima) / Arutyunyan R.V, Borovoy A.A. M. 2019. — 186 p. : ISBN 978-5-004-052-2.
|Main research areas in the field of nuclear power safety. The results of operations for the years 1988—2018|
In 2018, the Nuclear Safety Institute (IBRAE) was 30 years old. The reader is offered a book, which contains a description of fundamental and applied scientific works of the Institute and its main achievements.
Bibliographic reference: Main research areas in the field of nuclear power safety. The results of operations for the years 1988—2018 / Under joint editorship of L.A. Bolshov. M. IBRAE RAS. 2018. — 240 p. : ISBN 978-5-6041296-0-9
|Chernobyl-Fukusima: travel notes of the liquidator|
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.
Documents and photos are presented that clearly characterize the specifics of situation and reflect the real state of affairs in acute periods directly on the ground.
Chernobyl-Fukusima: Travel Notes of the Liquidator / Rafael Arutyunyan. M. 2018. — 300 p. : pictures + inset (64 p.). ISBN 978-5-90-6324-06-1
|The best foreign practice of decommissioning nuclear installations and rehabilitation of contaminated areas|
Authors: N.S. Tsebakovskaya, S.S. Utkin, , A.Yu. Ivanov, V.K. Sakharov, K.E. Polunin.
Under the general editorship of I.I. Linge and A.A. Abramov.
The two-volume book examines the formation and solution of nuclear legacy problems in the United States, Britain, France and Canada.
For each of the countries, an overview is presented of the activities and historical practices of radioactive waste management resulted in pollution of the environment and the formation of a whole range of nuclear legacy problems; the current state of regulatory and legal regulation is considered of decommissioning and rehabilitation of contaminated areas, as well as the history of the development of environmental legislation in the United States; estimates are given of the nuclear legacy volume, including in the context of past and future financial obligations; the main provisions of the current state programs and developed strategies are described for the elimination of nuclear legacy sites and the rehabilitation of contaminated areas; key actions are identified, both already implemented and planned for implementation within the framework of these programs; and approaches and means are analyzed that are being used in the US to optimize and improve the effectiveness of the organization of works on the legacy. A separate chapter of the book is devoted to the organization of interaction with the public in the implementation of similar projects.
The book is addressed to scientists and specialists of nuclear science and industry, as well as a wide range of readers interested in the issues of safe solution of the nuclear legacy problem.
|Practical recommendations on the estimation of radiation impact on human beeing and biota|
Authors: Panchenko S.V., Dr. of Tech. Sc., Member of RSCRP Linge I.I., Vorobyova L.M., Ph.D. Kapyrin I.V., Ph.D., Member of RSCRP Savkin M.N., Ph.D., Member of RSCRP Utkin S.S., Arakelyan A.A. - IBRAE RAN., Dr. of Ph.-Math. Sc., Professor, Member of RSCRP Kryshev I.I., Dr. of Ph.-Math. Sc. Sazykina T.G. - RPA “Typhoon”, RAS Corr. Member, Professor, Chairman of RSCRP Ivanov V.K., Ph.D. Gorsky A.I. - A. Tsyb MRSC, Dr. of Biol..Sc., Professor Geraskin S.A., Dr. of Biol. Sc., Professor Udalova A.A. – VNIIRAE, Dr. of Med. Sc., Professor Novikov S.M., Dr. of Med. Sc., Ungureanu T.N. – Sysin EMERCOM Research Institute, Ph.D. Kuryndin A.V., Ph.D. Stroganov A.A. - STC NRS of Rostechnadzor.
Under joint editorship of I.I. Linge and I.I. Kryshev.
The readers are offered a book that examines the practical issues of assessing the current state and long-term prediction of radiation exposure levels of nuclear industry enterprises, including nuclear legacy objects, per person and the environment. A significant place in the book is given to the formation of judgments about whether such an impact is permissible and to what extent protection measures are necessary.
Practical recommendations have been prepared by the non-profit organization Energy Ecological Safety Fund in the framework of greater activities envisaged by the Federal Target Program "Ensuring Nuclear and Radiation Safety for 2008 and for the Period until 2015".
|Radioecological situation in regions of Rosatom enterprises location|
Authors: Panchenko S.V., Dr. of Tech. Sc., Member of RSCRP Linge I.I., Ph.D. Sakharov K.V., Vorobyova L.M., Ph.D. Melikhova E.M., Ph.D., Member of RSCRP Utkin S.S. – IBRAE RAN, Dr. of Ph.-Math. Sc., Professor, Member of RSCRP Kryshev I.I., Dr. of Ph.-Math. Sc. Sazykina T.G. - RPA “Typhoon”, Roshydromed, Dr. of Biol..Sc., Professor Geraskin S.A. – VNIIRAE.
Under joint editorship of I.I. Linge and I.I. Kryshev.
|"SVETOFOR": a system for early warning of meteorological hazards|
An analytical review of the current state of affairs in the field of early warning of dangerous weather phenomena is given in the booklet. The unique automated early warning system for meteorological hazards "SVETOFOR", which has been developed at the initiative of Nuclear Safety Institute in cooperation with the State Organization "Hydrometcenter of Russia", and its main characteristics are described.
In 2013, the Nuclear Safety Institute (IBRAE) was 25 years old. The reader is offered a brief booklet, which contains a description of fundamental and applied scientific works of the Institute and its main achievements. Of course,this is some what fragmented view of the history of the development of the Institute. Never the less set out in the booklet describes quite adequate understanding of the direction and, most importantly,about the nature of activities of the Institute.