The arrangement extends the exchange of nuclear data and computer programs pertinent to civilian nuclear science and technology initiated under the Co-operative Arrangement in the Field of Nuclear Data and Computer Programs signed on 16 December 1985. The new arrangement runs for five years, automatically renewable. More information is available at www.oecd-nea.org/databank/
The NEA marked twenty years since the Chernobyl accident with two new publications. Stakeholders and Radiological Protection: Lessons from Chernobyl Twenty Years After demonstrates the importance of local involvement in addressing the needs of affected populations to reduce their radiation dose. International Nuclear Law in the Post-Chernobyl Period, jointly published with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), is a compendium of articles on international nuclear law initiatives since Chernobyl.
Benchmark on Computer Simulation of MASURCA Critical and Subcritical Experiments
Muse-4 Benchmark Final Report
ISBN 92-64-01086-6. 45 Pages + CD-ROM.
International Nuclear Law in the Post-Chernobyl Period
ISBN 92-64-02293-7. 244 pages (2.8 mb).
NEA Annual Report 2005
ISBN 92-64-01089-0. 52 pages (1.9 mb).
Disponible également en français :
AEN Rapport annuel 2005
ISBN 92-64-02290-2. 52 pages (1,8 mo).
Regulatory Challenges in Using Nuclear Operational Experience
ISBN 92-64-01083-1. 23 pages (81 kb).
Disponible également en français :
L'utilisation du retour d'expérience : Défis pour les autorités de sûreté nucléaire
ISBN 92-64-01087-4. 32 pages (104 ko).
Stakeholders and Radiological Protection: Lessons from Chernobyl Twenty Years After
ISBN 92-64-01085-8. 80 pages (4.3 mb).
Venus-2 MOX-fuelled Reactor Dosimetry Calculations
ISBN 92-64-01084-X. 228 pages (1.3 mb).
The first meeting of PRISME joint project participants was held on 3-4 April 2006 in Cadarache, France. The PRISME project will consist of a series of six fire and smoke propagation tests in a dedicated facility at the French Institut de radioprotection et de sûreté nucléaire (IRSN) centre at Cadarache. The facility, which is representative of a series of rooms in a nuclear power plant, will be used to investigate the heat and smoke propagation, the effect of network ventilation and the resulting thermal stresses to sensitive safety equipment, under various configurations. It is also planned to use data from the project to study multi-room fires and for validating fire computer codes. More information is available at www.oecd-nea.org/jointproj/prisme.html.
The first meeting of the new stress corrosion cracking and cable ageing (SCAP) programme will be held on 9 June 2006. This programme, a Japanese initiative, will focus on two aspects of ageing management: stress corrosion cracking (SCC) and cable insulation ageing. Its objectives are to: establish a database covering major ageing phenomena for SCC and the degradation of cable insulation; create a knowledgebase of evaluated data; and assess the available data with a view to identifying the basis for best practices which would help regulators and operators to enhance ageing management.
The Ninth OECD/NEA Information Exchange Meeting on Actinide and Fission Product Partitioning and Transmutation will take place in Nîmes, France on 25-29 September 2006, hosted by the French Commissariat à l'énergie atomique (CEA). More information is available at www.oecd-nea.org/pt/iempt9/.
Participants in the Joint Evaluated Fission and Fusion File (JEFF) project will meet on 22-24 May 2006 at NEA headquarters in Paris, France to evaluate the progress of the JEFF, European Fusion File (EFF) and European Activation File (EAF) projects. The current status of ongoing nuclear data benchmarks, processing initiatives and decay data and fission yield libraries will also be discussed. More information is available at www.oecd-nea.org/science/meetings/index.html.
After two recent plenary meetings of the Thermochemical Database (TDB) Project review teams at the NEA, work is now well advanced on the reviews of thorium (scheduled for peer review in July 2006) and tin (scheduled for peer review in October 2006). The TDB Iron review team will hold its third meeting on 10-12 July 2006 in Paris, France. The TDB Project Management Board, made up of representatives from 17 organisations in 12 member countries will meet on 26-27 October 2006 to examine current progress and future directions of the TDB Project. More information is available at www.oecd-nea.org/dbtdb/.
A page listing all new programs in the last 12 months can be found at: www.oecd-nea.org/tools/abstract/new.
|12-APR-2006||ESTS0219|| TOUGH2, Unsaturated Ground Water and Heat Transfer
T2VOC, H2O, Air, VOC Flow Simulation in Porous Multi-dimensional Media
iTOUGH2, Inverse Modelling for TOUGH2 Multi-phase Flow Simulators
|11-APR-2006||NEA-1517|| SINBAD REACTOR, Shielding Benchmark Experiments.
|11-APR-2006||NEA-1210|| ZZ HATCHES-17, Database for Radio Chemical Modelling
|04-APR-2006||NEA-1553|| SINBAD FUSION, Neutronics Benchmark Experiments
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