THE PROBLEMS OF THE NUCLEAR LEGACY AND THE WAYS OF THEIR SOLUTIONS. VOLUME 3. DECOMMISSIONING
Publish year: 2015 Pages: 316
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Edited by L.A. Bolshov, N.P. Laverov, I.I. Linge
The final volume of the threevolume monograph "Problems of the nuclear legacy and the ways of their solution" is brought to reader’s attention. The volume covers the final stage of life cycle of nuclear facilities, namely decommissioning.
Bibliographic reference: The problems of the nuclear legacy and the ways of their solutions. Decommissioning. — Edited by L.A. Bolshov, N.P. Laverov, I.I. Linge. — Moscow: 2015 — 316 p. — V.3.
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Authors: À.À. Abramov (chapters 3 and 5), A.N. Dorofeev (sections 3.4 and 4.7), E.A. Komarov (chapters 3 and 4), I.I. Linge (sections 4.1 to 4.3) – State Corporation "Rosatom"; I.L. Abalkina (chapters 1 and 6), M.V. Vedernikova (section 3.4), D.V. Biryukov (sections 3.4 and 4.6), A.S. Iordanov (section 2), I.I. Linge (chapters 25), D.V. Kovalchuk (sections 3.4, 4.6 and chapter 5), D.V. Kryuchkov (section 4.6), S.S. Utkin (sections 4.64.7) – IBRAE RAN; R.M. Aleksakhin (section 6.4)  VNIIRAE; A.A. Khamaza (sections 1.2, 1.3, 2.2 and 6.2), V.V. Bochkarev (sections 3.2, 3.4 and 4.6) – STC NRS of Rostechnadzor; O.A. Supataeva (chapter 2)  IHP RAN; V.V. Kononov, V.L. Tikhonovsky (sections 3.3 and 4.4) – JSC "NEOLANT"; O.P. Ivanov, V.I. Pavlenko, S.G. Semenov, A.V. Chesnokov (sections 3.3 and 4.5) – RRC KI.
The final volume of the threevolume monograph "Problems of the nuclear legacy and the ways of their solution" is brought to reader’s attention. The volume covers the final stage of life cycle of nuclear facilities, namely decommissioning. The first volume deals with the formation of problems of nuclear legacy in the defense and peace areas, assesses the scale of these problems, outlines the ways for their phased solution and mechanisms that prevent their reproduction in the future. The second volume covers the modernization and development of the radioactive waste management system in the Russian Federation. The third volume examines the decommissioning and rehabilitation of nuclear facilities. The foreign experience of decommissioning is described, the review of IAEA documents is presented, and national practices of nuclear countries are analyzed. The current state of legal regulation of decommissioning and the prospects for its development are examined. The materials of the monograph cover the development of industry management system for the work on decommissioning of nuclear and radiation hazardous facilities. Considerable attention is paid to practical works within the framework of the FTP NRS in the field of decommissioning. The results of inventory of nuclear and radiation hazardous facilities provided by FTP NRS are presented, and the main approaches to the list of decommissioning activities planned for 2016 – 2025 are described (FTP NRS2); the issues of rehabilitation of contaminated territories are considered. The book is addressed to scientists and experts of nuclear science and industry, as well as a wide range of readers interested in the issues of safe solution of nuclear legacy problems.
