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Published by Organization for Economic .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Development economics,
  • Development studies,
  • Nuclear power & engineering,
  • Nuclear engineering,
  • Nuclear power plants,
  • OECD countries,
  • International cooperation,
  • Research,
  • Safety measures

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages77
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9127300M
ISBN 109264153365
ISBN 109789264153363

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Nuclear safety research in OECD countries. Paris: Nuclear Energy Agency, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ; Washington, D.C.: OECD Publications and Information Centre [distributor], © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors. Get this from a library! Nuclear safety research in OECD countries: capabilities and facilities.. [OECD Nuclear Energy Agency. Committee on the Safety of Nuclear Installations.;] -- Thermal hydraulics, fuel, reactor physics, accidents, human factors, plant control, monitoring, equipment, risk assessment. research projects directed at developing information relevant to safety issues on operating water reactors, while at the same time preserving key facilities and programmes. A report on this activity was issued by the NEA in entitled Nuclear Safety Research in OECD Countries: Major Facilities and Programmes at Risk (SESAR/FAP). In response. 8 rows  This report describes the achievements of the OECD/NEA joint projects on nuclear safety .

Nuclear energy provides society with a secure supply of low-carbon, baseload electricity that enables our economies to function. But of course, safety must be the first priority, without exception. Following Fukushima, international efforts have focused on enhancing nuclear safety to enable our economies to continue enjoying the electricity that nuclear power can provide, said OECD Secretary. nuclear regulatory authorities, utilities, and manufacturers, but also to provide additional guidance for safety research programmes. All OECD countries with nuclear power programmes now take part in this programme. Another example of safety research worthy of note is . This report looked at research done on this topic in 9 OECD countries to study how these types of skills can contribute to labour market and social outcome. Find out more on launch event website Blogs - Huffington Post: Skills for social progress: the power of social and emotional skills and OECD Educationtoday: Supporting social and emotional. An educational model of a small compact 4 th -generation nuclear reactor is presented for use as an educational model in universities. For the full-scale power reactor of 10 MWe, a Monte Carlo Author: Jovica Riznic.

  The NEA, which comprises 28 OECD member countries, released the data with the edition of its Nuclear Energy Data report, also known as the “Brown Book”. The report also gives an overview of the status of, and trends in, nuclear electricity generation and the fuel cycle in . The Global Nuclear Safety Regime is the framework for achieving the worldwide implementation of a high level of safety at nuclear installations. At its core are the activities undertaken by each country to ensure the safety and security of the nuclear installations within its jurisdiction. But.   On 1 September, the edition of Nuclear Energy Data was released, providing official statistics and country reports on nuclear energy, plans for new nuclear plant construction, nuclear fuel cycle developments as well as current and projected nuclear generating capacity through of OECD member countries. international co-operation in nuclear safety amongst the OECD Member countries. CSNI constitutes a forum for the exchange of technical information and for collaboration between organisations which can contribute, from their respective backgrounds in research, development.