Nuclear Energy Data 2005/Données sur l'énergie nucléaire 2005
ISBN 92-64-01100-5. 100 pages.
Shielding Aspects of Accelerators, Targets and Irradiation Facilities – SATIF 7
Workshop Proceedings, Sacavém, Portugal, 17-18 May 2004
ISBN 92-64-01042-4. 260 pages.
NEA Annual Report 2004
ISBN 92-64-01053-X. 52 pages (1.3 mb).
Disponible également en français :
AEN Rapport annuel 2004
ISBN 92-64-01054-8. 52 pages (1.9 mo).
The Strategic Plan of the Nuclear Energy Agency, 2005-2009: Summary
ISBN 92-64-01057-2. 12 pages (67 kb).
Disponible également en français :
Le plan stratégique de l'Agence pour l'énergie nucléaire, 2005-2009 : Résumé
ISBN 92-64-01058-0. 12 pages (68 ko).
A workshop on the Evaluation of Uncertainties in Relation to Severe Accidents and Level II Probabilistic Safety Analysis will be be held on 7-9 November 2005 in Cadarache, France. A level II probabilistic safety analysis assesses the consequences of a severe accident in terms of the radioactivity released into the environment. The workshop is being organised in collaboration with the French Institut de radioprotection et de sûreté nucléaire (IRSN). More information is available at www.oecd-nea.org/nsd/workshops/psa-level2/index.html.
The NEA Nuclear Science Committee has established an expert group to study the current status of, and future needs for, nuclear science research and test facilities, and to propose actions to meet these needs. The resulting study will aim to promote international collaboration in the development of new nuclear technologies. The expert group met for the first time on 19 May 2005 at NEA headquarters. A second meeting is planned for December 2005. More information is available at www.oecd-nea.org/science/egrfs/.
The Second International Workshop on the Indemnification of Nuclear Damage took place on 18-20 May 2005 in Bratislava, Slovak Republic. Workshop participants examined the Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage and its interaction with the Paris Convention regime through discussions of two fictitious scenarios. The first scenario involved a fire in a nuclear installation located in the Slovak Republic resulting in the release of significant amounts of radioactive materials into the atmosphere; the second involved a fire on board a ship transporting enriched uranium hexafluoride along the Danube River. Both scenarios allowed participants to evaluate the compensation mechanisms which would be implemented in countries where nuclear damage had occurred. The workshop attracted 127 participants from 28 countries, the majority of which were NEA member countries. The workshop was co-organised with Nuclear Regulatory Authority of the Slovak Republic.
A new version of the Joint Evaluated Fission and Fusion Nuclear Data Library, JEFF-3.1, was released following a meeting of the JEFF Scientific Co-ordination Group on 4 May 2005. The library contains evaluated nuclear data compiled at the NEA Data Bank in co-operation with several laboratories in Data Bank member countries. The complete JEFF-3.1 library suite contains:
A page listing all new programs in the last 12 months can be found at: www.oecd-nea.org/tools/abstract/new. .
|25-MAY-2005||NEA-1552|| SINBAD ACCELERATOR, Shielding Benchmark Experiments
|19-MAY-2005||NEA-1740|| ZZ MATJEF22.BOLIB, JEF-2.2 Multi-group Coupled (199n and 42gamma) Cross-Section Library in MATXS Format for Nuclear Fission Applications
|18-MAY-2005||NEA-1690|| GRTUNCL-3D/R-THETA-Z, Code to Calculate Semi-Analytic First Collision Source and Uncollided Flux in an R-Theta Z grid
|18-MAY-2005||NEA-1678|| BOT3P5.0, 3D Mesh Generator and Graphical Display of Geometry for Radiation Transport Codes, Display of Results
|13-MAY-2005||NEA-1564|| EASY, European Neutron Activation System
|10-MAY-2005||NEA-1693|| ZZ V1000CT-1&2, VVER-1000 Main Coolant Pump (MCP) Switching On Benchmark
Instructions on retrieving material from the NEA may be found at www.oecd-nea.org/. Please note that scientific database access is only available to residents of OECD/NEA Data Bank member countries.
The monthly bulletin only lists new and updated material. It is distributed by e-mail to registered users of the Nuclear Energy Agency's Online Services and is available online at www.oecd-nea.org/general/mnb/. Registration is free; please use this link. An online archive of previous editions is available here.
Should you wish to unsubscribe, please use this this link.