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Model for Nuclear Materials Control and Accounting

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Development of a Nuclear Materials Control and Accounting System Model for Complex Nuclear Facilities

Tech Area / Field

  • FIR-NSS/Nuclear Safety and Safeguarding/Fission Reactors

Status
8 Project completed

Registration date
21.09.1998

Completion date
06.07.2004

Senior Project Manager
Rudneva V Ya

Leading Institute
FEI (IPPE), Russia, Kaluga reg., Obninsk

Supporting institutes

  • All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Non-Organic Materials named after A. Bochvar, Russia, Moscow\nSiberian Chemical Combine, Russia, Tomsk reg., Seversk\nAll-Russian Research Institute of Automatics, Russia, Moscow

Project summary

The Project Purpose is to develop and to implement an upgraded NM A&C system components for Siberian Chemical Integrated Plant which would include application of appropriate NDA and DA procedures/means to material measurements and to interaction between SCIP accounting system and regional supervising authorities.

The development results must be implemented to control Russian National State NM A&C system and to use for the NM A&C system advancement at similar Russian nuclear facilities.

The Project continuation goals are as follows:


· to enhance quality and effectiveness of the NM A&C data processing by means of centralized computer system implementation;
· to accomplish NM A&C system development for Siberian Chemical Integrated Plant’s RCP;
· to test model developed during physical NM inventory;

The Project and its continuation meets ISTC objectives being addressed to technology development for environmental protection, to nuclear material accountancy enhancement and providing scientists and engineers formerly involved in nuclear weapon related activities, the possibility to re-orient their skills to the civilian sector.

Expected results of the Project will cover resolution of determined crucial problems for nuclear material accountancy and control within frame of elaboration of the National nuclear material accountancy and surveillance system. The results will contain:


· regulatory criteria applicable for nuclear material accountancy at specific types of fuel cycle facilities;
· feasibility studies for measurement system development based on the implementation of handhold NM control devices and application of non-authorized NM access control/indication instrumentation;
· principles and requirements for nuclear material data transfer;
· mathematical models and computer codes for evaluation of MBA’s MUF during physical inventory;
· accounting and control procedures for material in-transit/shipment;
· requirements for standardized data banks on accounting, analytical measurements, current calibration data, data on implementation of material access control instrumentation;
· prototype measurement devices for operators.


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