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The Resource Basic of transport and storage of radioactive materials, editors, Toshiari Saegusa, Gilles Sert, Holger Volzke, Frank Wille, (electronic resource)

Basic of transport and storage of radioactive materials, editors, Toshiari Saegusa, Gilles Sert, Holger Volzke, Frank Wille, (electronic resource)

Label
Basic of transport and storage of radioactive materials
Title
Basic of transport and storage of radioactive materials
Statement of responsibility
editors, Toshiari Saegusa, Gilles Sert, Holger Volzke, Frank Wille
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
621.48
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Saegusa, Toshiari
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  • Radioactive substances
  • Radioactive substances
  • Radioactive substances
  • Radioactive substances
Label
Basic of transport and storage of radioactive materials, editors, Toshiari Saegusa, Gilles Sert, Holger Volzke, Frank Wille, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; Glossary; Preface; Chapter 1 Introduction; 1. Introduction; 2. Scope; Reference; Topic One: Transport; Chapter 2 Safety of Transport; 1. Introduction; 2. Preceding information in the literature -- Justification of the safety of transporting "radioactive materials"; 2.1. Background; 2.2. Regulatory development; 2.3. Quantifying radioactive materials transportation risk; 2.4. Conclusions; 3. Concept of transport safety; 3.1. Definition and objectives of safety and protection; 3.2. Defence in depth for nuclear activities in general
  • 3.3. Evolution of the concept of safety in the successive editions of the Regulations3.4. Application of the defence in depth principle to the transport of radioactive materials; 3.5. Implications for the different types of transport activities; 3.5.1 Current efforts for emergency planning; 3.5.2 How to consider human errors?; References; Chapter 3 Performance of UF6 Packages Under Water Immersion; 1. Introduction; 2. Transport of UF6; 3. Cylinder models; 3.1. Type 30B for enriched UF6; 3.2. Type 48Y for natural UF6; 4. Test on the water immersion; 4.1. Test cylinders; 4.2 Test facility
  • 4.3. Measurement item4.4. Immersion tests; 4.5. Results; 5. Summary; References; Chapter 4 Performance of UF6 Packages Under Fire Accident Conditions; 1. Introduction; 2. Thermo-physical, chemical and toxic properties of UF6; 2.1. The general physical properties; 2.2. The initial distribution of porosities in solidified UF6, depending on filling and cooling conditions; 2.2.1. Temperature records during solidification and endoscopy; 2.2.2. Radiographic examinations; 2.2.3. Interpretation of measurements; 2.3. The 3-phase heat transfers under fire conditions; 2.4. Toxic and chemical properties
  • 3. Demonstrative test and safety of 48Y cylinder for natural UF63.1. Fire tests of a short length 48Y cylinder with natural UF6 (TENERIFE tests); 3.1.1. Objective; 3.1.2. Test specimen and equipment; 3.1.3. Test conditions; 3.1.4. Results; 3.2. Rupture test and analysis of 48Y cylinder; 3.2.1. Rupture tests of a full-scale 48Y cylinder (PEECHEUR tests); 3.2.2. Analysis of safety of 48Y cylinder under thermal test; 3.2.3. Thermal protection covers; References; Chapter 5 Radiological and Toxic Impacts and Preparedness for Transport Accidents Involving Release of UF6; 1. Introduction
  • 2. Radiological and toxic impacts of fire accident of UF62.1. Condition of the container prior to bursting; 2.2. Calculation of release flow; 2.2.1. Breach located in liquid phase; 2.2.2. Breach located in gaseous phase; 2.2.3. Summary of the analysis of the release of gaseous UF6; 2.2.4. Case of the 30B package; 2.3. Calculation of the toxic and radiological consequences; 2.3.1. Toxic consequences due to the release of UF6; 2.3.2. Radiological consequences due to the release of UF6; 2.3.3. Conclusion; 3. Planning and preparedness for transport accident
Control code
on1034590953
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789813234048
Note
World Scientific Publishing
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1034590953
Label
Basic of transport and storage of radioactive materials, editors, Toshiari Saegusa, Gilles Sert, Holger Volzke, Frank Wille, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; Glossary; Preface; Chapter 1 Introduction; 1. Introduction; 2. Scope; Reference; Topic One: Transport; Chapter 2 Safety of Transport; 1. Introduction; 2. Preceding information in the literature -- Justification of the safety of transporting "radioactive materials"; 2.1. Background; 2.2. Regulatory development; 2.3. Quantifying radioactive materials transportation risk; 2.4. Conclusions; 3. Concept of transport safety; 3.1. Definition and objectives of safety and protection; 3.2. Defence in depth for nuclear activities in general
  • 3.3. Evolution of the concept of safety in the successive editions of the Regulations3.4. Application of the defence in depth principle to the transport of radioactive materials; 3.5. Implications for the different types of transport activities; 3.5.1 Current efforts for emergency planning; 3.5.2 How to consider human errors?; References; Chapter 3 Performance of UF6 Packages Under Water Immersion; 1. Introduction; 2. Transport of UF6; 3. Cylinder models; 3.1. Type 30B for enriched UF6; 3.2. Type 48Y for natural UF6; 4. Test on the water immersion; 4.1. Test cylinders; 4.2 Test facility
  • 4.3. Measurement item4.4. Immersion tests; 4.5. Results; 5. Summary; References; Chapter 4 Performance of UF6 Packages Under Fire Accident Conditions; 1. Introduction; 2. Thermo-physical, chemical and toxic properties of UF6; 2.1. The general physical properties; 2.2. The initial distribution of porosities in solidified UF6, depending on filling and cooling conditions; 2.2.1. Temperature records during solidification and endoscopy; 2.2.2. Radiographic examinations; 2.2.3. Interpretation of measurements; 2.3. The 3-phase heat transfers under fire conditions; 2.4. Toxic and chemical properties
  • 3. Demonstrative test and safety of 48Y cylinder for natural UF63.1. Fire tests of a short length 48Y cylinder with natural UF6 (TENERIFE tests); 3.1.1. Objective; 3.1.2. Test specimen and equipment; 3.1.3. Test conditions; 3.1.4. Results; 3.2. Rupture test and analysis of 48Y cylinder; 3.2.1. Rupture tests of a full-scale 48Y cylinder (PEECHEUR tests); 3.2.2. Analysis of safety of 48Y cylinder under thermal test; 3.2.3. Thermal protection covers; References; Chapter 5 Radiological and Toxic Impacts and Preparedness for Transport Accidents Involving Release of UF6; 1. Introduction
  • 2. Radiological and toxic impacts of fire accident of UF62.1. Condition of the container prior to bursting; 2.2. Calculation of release flow; 2.2.1. Breach located in liquid phase; 2.2.2. Breach located in gaseous phase; 2.2.3. Summary of the analysis of the release of gaseous UF6; 2.2.4. Case of the 30B package; 2.3. Calculation of the toxic and radiological consequences; 2.3.1. Toxic consequences due to the release of UF6; 2.3.2. Radiological consequences due to the release of UF6; 2.3.3. Conclusion; 3. Planning and preparedness for transport accident
Control code
on1034590953
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789813234048
Note
World Scientific Publishing
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1034590953

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