Expert System for Assessing Main Pipeline Reliability and Residual Lifetime

Driven Pile Capacities in Warm Permafrost in Komi Republic, Russia

The Projekt of an Underground Bureal of Radioactive Waste of Mean and Low Activity for the Central Region of the Russia

Deformation of Underground Deep Cavities in Rock Salts at Their Long-Term Operations

A Project of Classification of Large Geologic Structures of the Earth's Crust According to the Conditions of Radioactive Waste Disposal

Hydroelectric Power Generation Assessment for Russia?Cooperation in a Mututal Transfer of Technology

A Summary of the NEPSTP Nuclear Safety Program
The Nuclear Electric Propulsion Space Test Program (NEPSTP) is sponsored by the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization (BMDO) to demonstrate and evaluate the Russian-built TOPAZ II nuclear...

TOPAZ II System Description
The TOPAZ II single-cell thermionic space reactor power system was designed, built and tested by the former Soviet Union (Russia). It has been purchased by the United States (U.S.) for...

TOPAZ II Qualification and Nuclear Testing Program
This paper presents an overview of the Topaz II qualification and nuclear test program. The program combines the joint efforts and resources of Russian and American specialists and organizations...

A Comparative Study of U.S. and Russian High-Level Waste Repository Design Concepts

Investigation and Design Concepts for a Nuclear Waste Repository in the Kola Peninsula of Northwest Russia

Letter From Moscow

Carbon-14: Some Evidence of Migration and Experiments on Immobilisation
Carbon-14 that is produced in nuclear reactors by reactions on C, N and O is one of the most biologically dangerous nuclides that are subject to global dispersion (H-3, 85-Kr, 129-I)....

Evaluation of Spent Fuel Behavior Under Interim Storage Conditions in Russia
The nuclear power in Russia is based on three types of water cooled power reactors VVER-440, -1000 and RBMK-1000. Two fast sodium cooled reactors-prototypes BN-350 and BN-600 are in commercial...

Evaluation of Neutron Emission from Vitrified HLW Compositions
Neutron radiological hazards from vitrified HLW are important for handling and transportation - especially if the concept of separate storage of concentrated transuranics is adopted, as...

Isotope-Geochemical Investigations of Volcanic Rocks in the Vicinity of the Radiochemical Plant Mayak (Russia)
Russian programmes on radioactive waste management consider a possibility to organize an underground laboratory and subsequently an underground repository for intermediate- and high-level...

Project on Contaminations-Radiation-Ecosystems-Health in Russia
We would like to discuss with you a project that we are currently developing, doing research upon and completing. In our report we represent the the following: - a few experimental data...

The General Characteristic of the Black Sea Coasts
The total length of the Black Sea coast is 4431 km. These shores have been developing in various natural conditions formed through the entire history of this basin. So, the coasts may...

The Azov-Black Sea Coast of Russia?An Experience of Artificial Beach Formation
There is a tendency in modern cost protective engineering to expand the scales of artificial beach formation. The first sandy beach was filled in 1971 in Gelendzhik Bay. In 1982 wide scale...

Simulation of the Propagation of Conserevative Contamination
The hydrodynamic model of the pollutant transport in water bodies was developed and adopted for Volga water supply system of Moscow, which includes five reservoirs and a channel. The model...

 

 

 

 

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