Evaluated Data on Nuclear Related Materials
Evaluated Data Exchange Properties of Substances and Materials Utilized and Produced by Nuclear Industry
Tech Area / Field
- INF-SOF/Software/Information and Communications
- FIR-NOT/Nuclear and Other Technical Data/Fission Reactors
3 Approved without Funding
TsNII ATOMINFORM, Russia, Moscow
- All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Non-Organic Materials named after A. Bochvar, Russia, Moscow\nKhlopin Radium Institute, Russia, St Petersburg
- CODATA, France, Paris
Project summaryBy using inpidual data bases developed in institutes and associations of Russian Federation Ministry for Atomic Energy one proposes to develop a net of evaluated data bases on properties of structural materials and substances used in projects of nuclear industry and power, including the processes of production and application of the materials in engineering units, decontamination, radioactive waste transmutation, mothballing, and disposal. The proposed database net should be interrelated through telecommunication means (Internet, Satellite system STN-DFN etc.) with international databases of the same profile, to allow one to exchange the data in effective manner. The data proposed to exchange, will be provided with state-type certificate, to confirm that the data are adequate and may be utilized in practice. The certificate is issued by the existing Interdepartmental Commission on Data Certification (RF Ministry for Atomic Energy, RF State Commission on Standards, Federal Supervision of Russia over Nuclear and Radiation safety) on the base of appraisal of the systems of constants, data bases on properties of substances and materials.
The project is directed to solve scientific and technical problems in the field of pure and applied researches, including power generation, nuclear waste disposal, nuclear safety, high technology, modern engineering, environment protection. These activities will allow to involve scientists and engineers, engaged in weapon production and related fields, in international scientific community, projects related to civil production, to use scientific and engineering potential, experience, knowledge, gained in nuclear industry, to develop products able to meet world market competition.
Potential Role of Foreign Collaborators - methodical supervision, providing with funds.
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