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Methodology for Safety Assessment Applied to Predisposal Waste Management : Report of the Results of the International Project on Safety Assessment Driving Radioactive Waste Management Solutions (SADR, Paperback / softback Book

Methodology for Safety Assessment Applied to Predisposal Waste Management : Report of the Results of the International Project on Safety Assessment Driving Radioactive Waste Management Solutions (SADR Paperback / softback

Part of the IAEA TECDOC Series series

Paperback / softback

Description

The IAEA's programme on Safety Assessment Driving Radioactive Waste Management Solutions (SADRWMS) focused on approaches and mechanisms for application of safety assessment methodologies for the predisposal management of radioactive waste.

The initial outcome of the SADRWMS Project was achieved through the development of flowcharts, which have since been incorporated into IAEA Safety Standards Series No.

GSG-3, Safety Case and Safety Assessment for Predisposal Management of Radioactive Waste.

In 2005, an initial specification was developed for the Safety Assessment Framework (SAFRAN) software tool to apply the SADRWMS flowcharts. In 2008, an in-depth application of the SAFRAN tool and the SADRWMS methodology was carried out on the predisposal management facilities of the Thailand Institute of Nuclear Technology Radioactive Waste Management Centre (TINT Facility).

This publication summarizes the content and outcomes of the SADRWMS programme.

The Chairman's Report of the SADRWMS Project and the Report of the TINT test case are provided on the CD-ROM which accompanies this report.

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