Design of a nuclear reactor core melt catcher on the basis of zirconia concrete.
#0066Reactor Wall Loading
Accelerated flame propagation and deflagration-detonation transition in large volumes of hydrogen-steam-air mixtures with aim to determine and reduce loads on nuclear reactor containment under severe accident conditions.
Development of an Intelligent System for Monitoring and Evaluation of Peaceful Nuclear Activities
Design of a Catcher for the Molten Reactor Core at an NPP on the Basis of Zirconia Concrete
Investigation of Nonstationary Combustion of Hydrogen-Steam-Air Mixtures and Decrease of NPP Containment Loads under Severe Accident
Examination of VVER Fuel Behaviour under Severe Accident Conditions. Quench Stage. (SFD-VVER Project)
#1648.2Post-Crash Fuel Reflood
Examination of VVER Fuel Behavior under Severe Accident Conditions. Quench Stage
The Transport and Technological Plan of the Spent Nuclear Fuel Management in Severodvinsk
Development of the Models for Nuclear Fuel Behavior During Active Phase of Chernobyl Accident
#2936Reactor Core Melting
Modelling of Reactor Core Behaviour under Severe Accident Conditions. Melt Formation, Relocation and Evolution of Molten Pool
Ecological Safety by Dismantling Nuclear Powered Submarines (Damaged Included) in Primorsky Krai
The Assessment of Radiation and Insurance Risks of Nuclear Powered Submarines Dismantlement, SNF and RW Management in Severodvinsk
Fuel Assembly Tests under Severe Accident Conditions
Study of the Radionuclide and Chemical Contamination Level and Character and Creation of Radiation and Hydrochemical Monitoring System for the Volga and of Ural River Basins
Source Term Assessment at Ex-vessel Stage of Severe Accident
Study of Fuel Assemblies under Severe Accident Top Quenching Conditions in the PARAMETER-SF Test Series
Thermo-Hydraulics of U-Zr-O Molten Pool under Oxidising Conditions in Multi-Scale Approach (Crucible - Bundle - Reactor Scales)
Investigation of Fission Products Release from Uranium Dioxide at Heat up Under Oxidizing and Reducing Media. VERONIKA Project.
Study of Fuel Assemblies with Boron Carbide Absorber Rods under Severe Accident Conditions in the PARAMETER-SF Tests Series
Methodology and Software Tools for Environmental Risk Assessment and Rehabilitation Measures on the Territory of Belarus
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