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Bylkin B.K.,RAS Research Center Kurchatov Institute | Pereguda V.I.,Leningradskaya Nuclear Power Plant | Shaposhnikov V.A.,Leningradskaya Nuclear Power Plant | Tikhonovskii V.L.,Neolant Company
Atomic Energy | Year: 2011

The methodological and practical approaches to realizing an iterative multiple-criterion analysis for evaluating the decommissioning costs of the power-generating units of nuclear power plants and the optimal structure of the analysis using information technologies are examined. The objective prerequisites which have been established and facilitate the development and use of decommissioning simulation models in practical work are analyzed. © 2011 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.


Artemov V.G.,Aleksandrov Research Technological Institute NITI | Elshin A.V.,Aleksandrov Research Technological Institute NITI | Ivanov A.S.,Aleksandrov Research Technological Institute NITI | Gorbunov E.K.,Leningradskaya Nuclear Power Plant | And 2 more authors.
Atomic Energy | Year: 2010

Commercial production of 60Co is being conducted at the Leningradskaya nuclear power plant by irradiating 59Co in special facilities loading into an RBMK core (in all four units). The computational means used to determine the activity of cobalt in the irradiation setups and to decide when to extract them are described. The particularities of the computational model used for the core, which takes account of the reloading of the fuel assemblies and irradiation setups during fuel burnup, are described. © 2010 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.


Artemov V.G.,Aleksandrov Research Technological Institute NITI | Elshin A.V.,Aleksandrov Research Technological Institute NITI | Ivanov A.S.,Aleksandrov Research Technological Institute NITI | Gorbunov E.K.,Leningradskaya Nuclear Power Plant | And 2 more authors.
Atomic Energy | Year: 2010

During the commercial production of60Co at the Leningradskaya nuclear power plant by irradiation of59Co in special facilities loaded into a RBMK core, computational means are used to determining the cobalt activity in the irradiation facilities and to decide whether or not they should be extracted. The computational results of the cobalt activity as compared with the experimental data and the effect of refinements in the computational model on them are presented. © 2010 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.

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