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An International Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Facility: Exploring a Russian Site as a Prototype - Proceedings of an International Workshop APPENDIXES
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An International Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Facility: Exploring a Russian Site as a Prototype - Proceedings of an International Workshop A Workshop Agenda Problems of Managing Spent Nuclear Fuel and Selection of a Site for Its Storage Moscow, Russia, May 14–15, 2003 Agenda Wednesday, May 14 9:30–10:00 Opening Session RAS Vice President Nikolay P. Laverov Representative of the U.S. National Academies, Milton Levenson Representative of The Russell Family Foundation, David McNelis Session 1: Handling Spent Nuclear Fuel—International Experience Position of IAEA on the Problem of Handling Spent Nuclear Fuel Fyodor F. Sokolov, IAEA, presented by V. A. Lebedev, Minatom Analysis of the U.S. Experience John F. Ahearne, Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Center, presented by M. Levenson
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An International Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Facility: Exploring a Russian Site as a Prototype - Proceedings of an International Workshop Spent Nuclear Fuel in Russia: Results of Research at the Bochvar Institute and Experience at Mayak M. I. Solonin, Minatom Approaches to Organization of Closed Nuclear Fuel Cycles in Russia V. I. Rachkov, Minatom Geological-Geochemical Basis of Creating a Long-Term Storage Site for Spent Nuclear Fuel B. I. Omelyanenko, IGEM RAS Feasibility of Transmutation of Radioactive Elements Sekazi K. Mtingwa, MIT High-Level Waste Disposal Technology Development Program Jongwon Choi, Korean Atomic Energy Research Institute Perspectives and Limitations of Transmutation in Reactors and With the Help of Accelerators V. I. Matveev, GNT RF-FEI A. V. Bychkov, NIIAR, Dimitrovgrad Discussion Session 2: Site Selection for Spent Fuel Storage and Disposal of High-Level Waste Experience of European Countries Charles McCombie, ARIUS Site Selection for Above Ground Storage and Transportation John D. Parkyn, Dairyland Power Cooperative Experience of Japan Koji Nagano, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry Spent Fuel Management in Korea Hyun-Soo Park, Korean Atomic Energy Research Institute Problems of Safe Transportation of Spent Nuclear Fuel and High-Level Waste: International Experience Michael E. Wangler, Transportation Safety Unit, IAEA Experience in Transporting Spent Nuclear Fuel in Russia Aleksandr M. Agapov, Minatom Discussion
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An International Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Facility: Exploring a Russian Site as a Prototype - Proceedings of an International Workshop Thursday, May 15 Session 3: Problems in Establishing an International Storage Facility for Spent Nuclear Fuel in Russia General Conception—Legal and Technical Aspects V. A. Lebedev, Minatom The Status of the Infrastructure for the Management of Spent Nuclear Fuel at the Mining-Chemical Complex K. G. Kudninov, Mining-Chemical Complex, Minatom Ecological Aspects V. V. Kutsenko, Ministry for Natural Resources Normative Requirements A. M. Dmitriev, Gosatomnadzor The Return to the Russian Federation of Fuel Assemblies from the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Republic of Uzbekistan Aleksey E. Lebedev, Techsnabexport Possible Internal Budget Sources Michael A. Zhdanov, Association for Nonproliferation and Ecological Improvement Optimal Mining and Engineering-Geological Conditions: Analysis of Experience N. N. Melnikov, Mining Institute, RAS Conditions for Establishing a Storage Facility in Zhelznogorsk (Siberia) Ye. B. Anderson, V. G. Khlopin Radium Institute, Minatom Conditions for Establishing a Repository in Krasnokamensk (Baikal region) Vasily I. Velichkin, IGEM RAS Session 4: Utilization of High-Level Waste Overview of High-Level Wastes and Their Characteristics Valentin B. Ivanov, IGEM RAS Chemical Preparation of High-Level Waste for Use Boris F. Masoyedov, RAS Presidium Immobilization of High-Level Waste: Analysis of the Feasibility of Synthetic Matrices S. V. Yudintsev, IGEM RAS
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An International Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Facility: Exploring a Russian Site as a Prototype - Proceedings of an International Workshop Reprocessing High-Level Waste at Mayak: Plan for Establishing an Underground Laboratory Yu. V. Glagolenko, IGEM RAS A Model of the Life Cycle of the Repository RAO Tatyana A. Gupalo, Scientific Research and Design Institute of Industrial Technology Concluding Session Discussion: Consideration of the Feasibility of Broad Cooperation in the Establishment of an International Repository for High-Level Radioactive Waste Concluding Remarks Milton Levenson Nikolay P. Laverov
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