Conceptual Studies for Use of High-Enriched (Weapon-Grade) Uranium and Plutonium and Power Plutonium under Conversion of Thermal Reactors to the Closed Thorium-Uranium Cycle
Development of a Technical Design for DU-shielded Transport Cask with Increased Spent Nuclear Fuel Specific Loading
Development of Technological Options for Fission Platinoid Recovery from Spent Nuclear Materials
Development of the Engineered Barriers to Assure the Improvement of Environmental Safety for Objects in the Nuclear Power Industry
System Analysis of Weapons and Civil Plutonium Utilization Scenarios in the Nuclear Fuel Cycle of Russia Taking into Account Economics, Non-Proliferation and Ecology Factors
Development and Substation of Main Technical Solution for Underground Isolation of Permafrost of Radioactive Wastes Including Reactor Sections of Decommissioned Nuclear Submarines and Ice-Breakers and Spent Nuclear Fuel, Not Intended for Reprocessing, For
High-Level Radioactive Waste Encapsulation with the Use of Pyrocarbon and Silicon Carbide Coatings
Source Term Assessment at Ex-vessel Stage of Severe Accident
Feasibility Study for the Development and Introduction of Radiation-Safe Technology for Handling Radioactive Graphite of Channel-Type Reactors
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