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CCC-0586 REPRISK-PC.

REPRISK-PC, Radioactive Waste Storage Risk Assessment

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1. NAME OR DESIGNATION OF PROGRAM:  REPRISK-PC (Repository risk
Assessment Software for Personal Computers.)
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2. COMPUTERS
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Program name Package id Status Status date
REPRISK-PC CCC-0586/01 Tested 21-OCT-1993

Machines used:

Package ID Orig. computer Test computer
CCC-0586/01 IBM PC PC-80486
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3. DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM OR FUNCTION

REPRISK-PC is a PC version of the REPRISK model used in the modelling of long-term radionuclide releases and population health effects resulting from disposal of high level radioactive wastes in mined geological repositories. REPRISK is a set of computer programs and databases that models the  transport of radionuclides from the repository through the environment to exposed human populations and estimates the resulting health impact.
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4. METHOD OF SOLUTION

Various natural processes or human activities could lead to radionuclide releases from a geological repository after it has been closed. These perturbations happen according to some frequency or probability. REPRISK-PC incorporates the characteristics of these perturbations and their associated probability. REPRISK-PC models four release scenarios: (1) direct impact of a waste package - releases to air and land surface (volcano, meteorite, drilling/direct hit); (2) direct impact of a waste package - releases to an aquifer (faulting, breccia pipes); (3) disruption of the repository - releases to land (drilling/no hit); (4) disruption of the repository - releases to an aquifer (normal groundwater flow, faulting, breccia pipes, drilling/no hit).
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5. RESTRICTIONS ON THE COMPLEXITY OF THE PROBLEM

REPRISK-PC does not  model the differences in radionuclide-specific velocities, which may control the travel time from repository to the accessible environment. It is not a good model for time periods greater than 10,000 years when radium daughters become important.
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6. TYPICAL RUNNING TIME

REPRISK-PC is interactive, and response time  is very fast.
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7. UNUSUAL FEATURES OF THE PROGRAM:
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8. RELATED AND AUXILIARY PROGRAMS:
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9. STATUS
Package ID Status date Status
CCC-0586/01 21-OCT-1993 Tested at NEADB
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10. REFERENCES

- "REPRISK Code Documentation", Arthur D. Little, Inc., Acorn Park,
  Cambridge, Massachusetts, Volumes 1, 2 (October 1983).
CCC-0586/01, included references:
- Barry Parks:
  Notes on REPRISK-PC Version 1.0 Source Code
  Las Vegas EPA Informal Notes (March 6, 1991).
- User's Guide for REPRISK-PC Version 1.0
  U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Las Vegas, Nevada (March
  1991).
- NEA Data Bank:
  Enclosed are two examples printed on IBM compatible printer at the
  NEA Data Bank. First is a "CCDF Risk Curve" and the second is a
  "Nuclide Bar Chart".
  NEADB (10/21/93).
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11. MACHINE REQUIREMENTS

REPRISK-PC requires an IBM PC, PC/XT or PC/AT with 640 kb of RAM, parallel communications for printer, math coprocessor, hard disk, EGA or VGA monitor.
CCC-0586/01
NEA-DB compiled and ran the test cases included in this package on a DELL 486P/33MhZ compatible PC.
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12. PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE(S) USED
Package ID Computer language
CCC-0586/01 FORTRAN+C
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13. OPERATING SYSTEM UNDER WHICH PROGRAM IS EXECUTED

The code was written in FORTRAN 77 and C. The Turbo C++ Version 1.00 compiler and Turbo Link Version 3.0 were used to compile and link the C sources.  The Lahey F77L, Version 4.00 and Microsoft 8086 Object Linker were used to compile and link the FORTRAN sources. The code will run
under DOS 2.0 or higher.
CCC-0586/01
The test cases ran under MS-DOS Version 5.00. For compilation, the Turbo C++ compiler Version 3.00 and the Lahey F77L-EM/32 Fortran-77 compiler Version 4.02 were used.
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14. OTHER PROGRAMMING OR OPERATING INFORMATION OR RESTRICTIONS:
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15. NAME AND ESTABLISHMENT OF AUTHORS:  EPA, Las Vegas, Nevada.
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16. MATERIAL AVAILABLE
CCC-0586/01
File name File description Records
CCC0586_01.001 REPRSKPC.INF Information file 188
CCC0586_01.002 READ.ME Read me file 35
CCC0586_01.003 REPMAIN.FOR Source Fortran file 6546
CCC0586_01.004 REPROUT.FOR Source Fortran file 4217
CCC0586_01.005 DIRT.C Source C file 361
CCC0586_01.006 REPPC.C Source C file 78
CCC0586_01.007 NEWDEMO.C Source C file 3713
CCC0586_01.008 GETPARAM.C Source C file 339
CCC0586_01.009 COMMON.C Source C file 358
CCC0586_01.010 DEMOCOM.C Source C file 1537
CCC0586_01.011 MISC.C Source C file 510
CCC0586_01.012 PRINT.C Source C file 60
CCC0586_01.013 COLORS.C Source C file 569
CCC0586_01.014 WRITE.C Source C file 1436
CCC0586_01.015 REPSCR.C Source C file 2635
CCC0586_01.016 GRAPH.C Source C file 1583
CCC0586_01.017 MENU.C Source C file 361
CCC0586_01.018 NUMS.H Source C file 13
CCC0586_01.019 REPVARS.H Source C file 297
CCC0586_01.020 MYVIDEO.H Source C file 42
CCC0586_01.021 KEYS.H Source C file 108
CCC0586_01.022 REPSCRN.H Source C file 378
CCC0586_01.023 MESSAGE.H Source C file 74
CCC0586_01.024 REPTYPES.H Source C file 35
CCC0586_01.025 ENTRY.H Source C file 50
CCC0586_01.026 IO.H Source C file 36
CCC0586_01.027 REPDEF.H Source C file 27
CCC0586_01.028 MENU.H Source C file 19
CCC0586_01.029 STRLEN.H Source C file 19
CCC0586_01.030 COLORS.H Source C file 23
CCC0586_01.031 FIELD.H Source C file 18
CCC0586_01.032 MAKEFILE Makefile file 36
CCC0586_01.033 REPOBJS Auxiliary file 11
CCC0586_01.034 COLORS.USR Input file 10
CCC0586_01.035 NUCLIDE.USR Input file 34
CCC0586_01.036 ROCKDIRS.USR Input file 9
CCC0586_01.037 ROCKINDX.USR Input file 1
CCC0586_01.038 DILHEF.SUM Input file 67
CCC0586_01.039 DILHEG.SUM Input file 67
CCC0586_01.040 EGAVGA.BGI Input file 0
CCC0586_01.041 V.DAT Input file - Sample Problem 1 53
CCC0586_01.042 V.ZXC Input file - Sample Problem 1 78
CCC0586_01.043 V.BAR Output file - Sample Problem 1 25
CCC0586_01.044 M.OUT Output file - Sample Problem 1 489
CCC0586_01.045 V.PLT Output file - Sample Problem 1 17
CCC0586_01.046 V.VLD Output file - Sample Problem 1 1
CCC0586_01.047 W.DAT Input file - Sample Problem 2 54
CCC0586_01.048 W.ZXC Input file - Sample Problem 2 78
CCC0586_01.049 W.BAR Output file - Sample Problem 2 25
CCC0586_01.050 W.OUT Output file - Sample Problem 2 480
CCC0586_01.051 W.PLT Output file - Sample Problem 2 17
CCC0586_01.052 W.VLD Output file - Sample Problem 2 1
CCC0586_01.053 X.DAT Input file - Sample Problem 3 53
CCC0586_01.054 X.ZXC Input file - Sample Problem 3 78
CCC0586_01.055 X.BAR Output file - Sample Problem 3 25
CCC0586_01.056 X.OUT Output file - Sample Problem 3 492
CCC0586_01.057 X.PLT Output file - Sample Problem 3 17
CCC0586_01.058 X.VLD Output file - Sample Problem 3 1
CCC0586_01.059 Y.DAT Input file - Sample Problem 4 54
CCC0586_01.060 Y.ZXC Input file - Sample Problem 4 78
CCC0586_01.061 Y.BAR Output file - Sample Problem 4 25
CCC0586_01.062 Y.OUT Output file - Sample Problem 4 468
CCC0586_01.063 Y.PLT Output file - Sample Problem 4 19
CCC0586_01.064 Y.VLD Output file - Sample Problem 4 1
CCC0586_01.065 DOS file-names 64
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17. CATEGORIES
  • R. Environmental and Earth Sciences

Keywords: environmental effects, environmental impacts, environmental transport, ground water, health hazards, radioactive release, radioactive waste storage, underground storage.