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Safety of Fusion Power Plants

Abschlussbericht

authors: Raeder, J. | Weller, A. | Wolf, R. | Jin, X. | Boccaccini, L. | Stieglitz, R. | Carloni, D | Pistner, C. | Herb, J.
Year of publication: 11 / 2013

A review study of existing literature is performed, to identify the spectrum of possible incidents and accidents for selected future fusion power reactor concepts. For these incidents and accidents, the means to avert, prevent or control…

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Demonstrating Safety – Lessons Learnt by InSOTEC

authors: Kallenbach-Herbert, B. | Brohmann, B.
Year of publication: 10 / 2013

Presentation by Beate Kallenbach-Herbert and Dr Bettina Brohmann at OECD-NEA Symposium “The Safety Case for Deep Geological

Disposal of Radioactive Waste: 2013 State of the Art”, Paris, October 7 - 9, 2013

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Implementing Public Participation Approaches in Radioactive Waste Disposal - Deliverable 1.4

WP1 Final Overview Report

authors: Richardson, P. | Kallenbach-Herbert, B. | Andersson, K.
Year of publication: 08 / 2013

The core aim of the IPPA project is the establishment of arenas where stakeholders can join together to increase their understanding of the issues involved in radioactive waste disposal and of their respective views. The project is not…

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Implementing Public Participation Approaches in Radioactive Waste Disposal - Deliverable 1.2

Development of the Knowledge Base and its Review By IPPA Project Partners

authors: Richardson, P. | Kallenbach-Herbert, B. | Andersson, K.
Year of publication: 05 / 2013

The core aim of the IPPA project is the establishment of arenas where stakeholders can join together to increase their understanding of the issues involved in radioactive waste disposal and of their respective views. The project is not…

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Description and critical environmental evaluation of the REE refining plant LAMP near Kuantan/Malaysia - Presentation

author: Schmidt, G.
Year of publication: 01 / 2013

Presentation of the main results of the report prepared on behalf of SMSL. Presented at the press conference, Kuala Lumpur/Darmstadt, 26.01.2013

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Description and critical environmental evaluation of the REE refining plant LAMP near Kuantan/Malaysia - Summary

Radiological and non-radiological environ-mental consequences of the plant’s opera-tion and its wastes

author: Schmidt, G.
Year of publication: 01 / 2013

The facility for refining Australian ore concentrate rich in rare earth metals of Lynas Corporation in Malaysia has several deficiencies concerning the operational environmental impacts. The environment is affected by acidic substances…

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Nuclear Regulatory Systems - Lecture

author: Pistner, C.
Year of publication: 12 / 2012

Lecture by Dr. Christoph Pistner, Global Conference for a Nuclear Power Free World 2, Dec 15-16, 2012; Hibiya, Tokyo

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Nuclear Regulatory Systems - Slides

author: Pistner, C.
Year of publication: 12 / 2012

Slides by Dr. Christoph Pistner, Global Conference for a Nuclear Power Free World 2, Dec 15-16, 2012; Hibiya, Tokyo

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Description and critical environmental evaluation of the REE refining plant LAMP near Kuantan/Malaysia - Report

Radiological and non-radiological environ-mental consequences of the plant’s opera-tion and its wastes

author: Schmidt, G.
Year of publication: 08 / 2012

The facility for refining Australian ore concentrate rich in rare earth metals of Lynas Corporation in Malaysia has several deficiencies concerning the operational environmental impacts. The environment is affected by acidic substances…

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Identifying remaining socio-technical challenges at the national level: Germany

(WP 1 – MS 7)

author: Kallenbach-Herbert, B.
Year of publication: 08 / 2012

This report was written within the EU-project InSOTEC (www.insotec.eu) which aims to generate a better understanding of the complex interplay between the technical and the social in radioactive waste management and, in particular, in the…

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Discrimination of Nuclear Explosions against Civilian Sources Based on Atmospheric Radioiodine Isotopic Activity Ratios

authors: Kalinowski, M. | Liao, Y. | Pistner, C.
Year of publication: 08 / 2012

A global monitoring system for atmospheric radioactivity is being established as part of the International Monitoring System that will verify compliance with the comprehensive nuclear-test-ban treaty (CTBT) once the treaty has entered…

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Managing Spent Fuel from Nuclear Power Reactors – Country Report Germany

authors: Kallenbach-Herbert, B. | Pistner, C.
Year of publication: 09 / 2011

Report published by the International Panel on Fissile Materials (IPFM), September 2011

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Implementing Public Participation Approaches in Radioactive Waste Disposal - Deliverable 1.1

The IPPA Knowlegde Base Version 1

authors: Richardson, P. | Michie, E. | Kallenbach-Herbert, B. | Andersson, K.
Year of publication: 07 / 2011

The core aim of the IPPA project is the establishment of arenas where stakeholders can join together to increase their understanding of the issues involved in radioactive waste disposal and of their respective views. The project is not…

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Radiological Consequences of the Fukushima Event via Water Pathways

Background on dose calculations for fish and seaweed consumption

author: Schmidt, G.
Year of publication: 04 / 2011

In connection with the accident in Fukushima large amounts of highly contaminated water seeped through the structures of the buildings of Unit 2, collected on lower levels of the reactor buildings, and made their way to rooms on lower…

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Environmentalist’s Wishlist: Recommendation for environmental Improvements in Uranium Mining

author: Schmidt, G.
Year of publication: 08 / 2010

Les bonnes résolutions pour une amélioration environnementale de l’exploitation minière d’uranium: recommandation d’un écologiste.

author: Schmidt, G.
Year of publication: 08 / 2010

OBRA - European observatory for long-term governance on radioactive waste management

authors: Kallenbach-Herbert, B. | Brohmann, B.
Year of publication: 01 / 2007

Continuing societal concerns limit the application of deep geological disposal in many countries. Wider societal involvement at a variety of governance levels in an open, inclusive and transparent manner is a top-level concern in all…

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Further development of public participation in the site-selection and approval process of a final repository in Germany

Proceedings VALDOR (Values in Decision On Risk)

authors: Barth, R. | Kallenbach-Herbert, B. | Arens, G.
Year of publication: 01 / 2006

Public participation plays a vital role in the process of planning and licensing potentially hazardous and/or publicly disputed installations.

Major conflicts in the affected region may be avoided if the public or representatives are…

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Evaluation of selected aspects of the environmental assessment report for the Langer Heinrich Uranium Mining Project in Namibia

authors: Schmidt, G. | Diehl, P.
Year of publication: 01 / 2005

Due to an inappropriate selection of input data (Radium in ore and tailings) and to a too small breathing rate, the dose calculations in the EA understimates the doses for the public. Together with a higher contribution of Radon to the…

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Nuclear Energy, Renewable Energy and Peace

Lecture by Michael Sailer

author: Sailer, M.
Year of publication: 01 / 2004

Lecture by Michael Sailer at the Asian Regional Conference “Renewable Energy and Peace” 19-20 August 2004, Seoul, Korea

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