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A Study on the Applicability for Primary System Decontamination through Analysis on NPP Decommission Technology and International Experience
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A Study on the Applicability for Primary System Decontamination through Analysis on NPP Decommission Technology and International Experience
Song, Jong Soon; Jung, Min Young; Lee, Sang-Heon;
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 Abstract
Decontamination is one of the most important technologies for the decommissioning of NPP. The purpose of decontamination is to reduce the Risk of exposure of the decommissioning workers, and to recycle parts of the plant components. Currently, there is a lack of data on the efficiency of the decontamination technologies for decommissioning. In most cases, the local radiation level can be lowered below a regulatory limitation by decontamination. Therefore, more efficient decontamination technology must be continuously developed. This work describes the practical experiences in the United States and the European countries for NPP decommissioning using these decontamination technologies. When the decommissioning of domestic nuclear power plant is planned and implemented, this work will be helpful as a reference of previous cases.
 Keywords
Decommissioning;Decontamination;Chemical decontamination;Mechanical decontamination;
 Language
Korean
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