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6.01.3.10/87 Lifetime extension of ageing nuclear power plants: Entering a new era of riskGreenpeace, J.Haverkamp March 2014
6.01.3.10/88"Veiligheidseisen voor kernreactoren: fundamentele veiligheidseisen" [DRAFT versie 31-5-2013]Min. EZ, Programmadirectie Nucleaire Installaties en Veiligheid May 2013
6.01.3.10/86 Nuclear long term operation in Europe: challenges, opportunities and future plansNuclear Energy Insider 2013
6.01.3.10/83 Technical summary on the implementation of comprehensive risk and safety assessments of nuclear power plants in the European UnionEuropean Commission October 2012
6.01.3.10/85 Critical Review of the EU Stress Test performed on Nuclear Power PlantsGreenpeace, A.Wenisch, O.Becker May 2012
6.01.3.10/84 Comments On the ”stress tests” specifications – Proposal by the WENRA Task ForceGreenpeace, J.Haverkamp May 2011
6.01.3.10/82Nuclear energy; Rebirth or resuscitation?Carnegie, Sharon Squassoni 2009
6.01.3.10/81 Residual Risk. An account on events in nuclear power plants since the Chernobyl accident in 1986. Summary and ConclusionsMycle Schneider, M.Sailer, D.Lochbaum May 2007
6.01.3.10/79Mythos Atomkraft : Über die Laufzeitverlängerung von AtomkraftwerkenF.Matthes, B.Kallenbach, H.Böll Foundation March 2006
6.01.3.10/80Nuclear Power Plant Operational Experience. 2002-2005 Incident Reporting SystemNEA, IAEA 2006
6.01.3.10/70Regulatory and Industry Co-operation on Nuclear Safety ResearchNEA 2003
6.01.3.10/77 Nuclear Power Plant Ageing and Plant Life Extension (PLEX)H.Hirsch, Global 2000 February 2001
6.01.3.10/78 Licensed to Kill. How the nuclear industry destroys endangered marine wildlife and ocean habitat to save moneyP.Gunter, L.Gunter, Cullen, Borton February 2001
6.01.3.10/72Nuclear safety research in OECD countries. Summary report of major facilities and programmes at riskNEA 2001
6.01.3.10/65Assuring Nuclear Safety Competence into the 21ste CenturyNEA 2000
6.01.3.10/76Nuclear power plant life management in a changing business world. Workshop proceedings Washington ... 26-27 June 2000. Hosted by the US DOENEA 2000
6.01.3.10/60The Millenium Bug Y2K. It's potential threat to nuclear facilitiesLarge & Associates, Greenpeace August 1999
6.01.3.10/59Glossary of Nuclear Power Plant AgeingNEA 1999
6.01.3.10/75Nuclear safety research in OECD countries. Capabilities and facilitiesNEA 1997
6.01.3.10/71Implementation of hydrogen mitigation techniques during severe accidents in nuclear power plants. OCDE/GD(96)195. NEA/CSNI/R(96)27NEA December 1996
6.01.3.10/54Alt, älter Super GAU? Je länger Atomkraftwerke in Betrieb sind, desto grösser wird das Risiko (samenvatting)Greenpeace April 1996
6.01.3.10/47OSART. Operational Safety Review TeamsIAEA August 1995
6.01.3.10/37Auslegung und Bau einer Typ- und Serienprüfanlage für Filterelemente der Klasse S für den Einsatz in Lüftungs anlagen deutscher KernkraftwerkeKfK Karlsruhe May 1993
6.01.3.10/57Vessel head penetration cracking in nuclear reactors (part I&II)Greenpeace March 1993
6.01.3.10/30The game of hazardGreenpeace 1993
6.01.3.10/23Nuclear Power and SafetyUKAEA November 1992
6.01.3.10/19Mythbusters # 7: Nuclear Reactor SafetySafe Energy Comm. Counsil October 1992
6.01.3.10/14Ontwerp-verslag over veiligheid van kerninstallaties in lidstaten van de EGG.Adam September 1991
6.01.3.10/69Reactor safety: different types, new types.W.Biesiot June 1991
6.01.3.10/11Safety Research Abstracts 1. Water cooled reactor technologyIAEA December 1990