An Initial Safety Case for disposal of Dutch radioactive waste
|Auteur||E.Verhoef, E.Neeft, N.Chapman, C.McCombie|
|Classificatie||1.01.4.30/76 (AFVAL - EINDBERGING: ZOUTKOEPELS & KLEI)|
|Opmerking||Conference poster for European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna | Austria | 8–13 April 2018|
Uit de publicatie:
An Initial Safety Case for disposal of Dutch radioactive waste Ewoud Verhoef (1), Jeroen Bartol(1), Erika Neeft(1), Neil Chapman(2) and Charles McCombie(3) 1) Covra, Nieuwdorp, the Netherlands (Jeroen.Bartol@covra.nl) 2) Chapman & Co Consulting, Remigen, Switzerland 3) McCombie Consulting, Gipf-Oberfrick, Switzerland 1 Key topics Component Safety Case to steer future research The safety case is used as an instrument to steer research and manage the knowledge over decades. In the OPERA safety case, current knowledge on the performance and evolution of compartments and their contribution to safety was assessed. Based on that assessment the key topics for future research were extracted (Fig. 13).