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Vol 5, No 2 (2016): International Nuclear Safety Journal - Special Issue on Lessons Learned from the Fukushima Daiichi Accident - Part 2
Table of Contents
Accident Management (including Severe Accident Management) and related research
|Using Enhanced Muon Tomography to Assess Core Relocation Following a Severe Reactor Accident|
|Joseph John Bevelacqua||1-15|
|The Viability of Extraordinary Methods to Mitigate Compromised Spent Fuel Pool Cooling|
|Matthew T Davis, Michael D Proctor||16-25|
|Goal oriented sampling strategies for radionuclide monitoring|
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