No 1(69) (2016): Nuclear and Radiation Safety
Nuclear and Radiation Safety

Title: Scientific and Technical Journal "Nuclear and Radiation Safety"

ISSN (print) 2073-6231

Indexing: SCOPUS from Vol. 53, No 1 (2012)

Frequency: quarterly (March, June, September, December)

Languages: English, Ukrainian, Russian (mixed languages)

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Articles

A. Nosovsky
3-13
Experience in Construction of New Safe Confinement over ChNPP-4 Damaged in Beyond Design-Basis Accident: View in 30 Years
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V. Khalimonchuk, A. Kuchin, V. Tokarevsky
14-19
Research of Neutron Characteristics of ChNPP RBMK-1000 in the Institute for Nuclear Research in Pre- and Post-Emergency Period: Retrospective Analysis
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G. Sharaievskii
20-27
Problems in Validation of the Chornobyl Accident Initiating Event
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V. Khalimonchuk, A. Kuchin, V. Tokarevsky
28-36
Assessment of Contributions by Void Reactivity Coefficient and End Effect of Control Rods into ChNPP-4 Accident Progression
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G. Kopchinsky
37-38
Severe Accidents as the Dominant Nuclear Hazard
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V. Domnikov, O. Dybach, T. Kilochytska, S. Kondratiev, I. Kutina, L. Kutina, A. Nosovsky, N. Rybalka, V. Skliarenko, T. Sushko
39-43
Shelter – from Sarcophagus to New Safe Confinement
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V. Shestopalov, Iu. Shybetskyi
44-50
On Geological and Geophysical Safety of the New Safe Confinement for ChNPP-4
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G. Kopchinsky, Yu. Skaletsky, N. Shteinberg
51-56
Chornobyl. 30 Years. What Comes Next?
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D. Stelmakh, V. Kuchinsky, A. Platonenko
57-63
In-Situ Disposal as Decommissioning Option for Chornobyl NPP Facilities
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V. Bohorad, T. Lytvynska, I. Shevchenko, O. Dybach, O. Slepchenko
64-68
Radiation Consequences of Fire in Chornobyl NPP Exclusion Zone
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T. Kutonova, S. Kireev
69-70
Results of the Project “Analysis of Environmental Risk in the Exclusion Zone at the Belarus-Ukraine Border”
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V. Borisenko
71-73
Comments On the article “High-Temperature Differences in the Thermal Source of MOX Fuel and Dioxide Fuel and Related Features of the Accident at Fukushima-1 Unit 3” by V. Tarasov, S. Chernezhenko, A. Kakaev, S. Kosenko, O. Pantak
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