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|Title:||In-field Timely and Accurate Measurements - Fundamental to Minimising Safeguards Issues in Reprocessing Facilities|
|Authors:||DUINSLAEGER LILY; CASTELEYN KARIN; CHARE Peter; MAYER KLAUS; VAN BELLE PIETER; ZULEGER EVELYN; SCHWALBACH Peter; DAHMS ECKHARD; DRINNHAUSEN OLIVIER; EBERLE HEINRICH; ENRIGHT J.; GUIOT ANTONY; HILD MARC; HORTA DOMENECH JOAN; LETTERIER A.; LYNCH BRIAN; MILLET SYLVAIN; MOREL SYLVAIN; MUNOZ NIETO SANDOVAL MARTA; NUCIFORA SIMONA; OTTMAR HERBERT; POUBLAN DAVID; SCHOENFELD JULIA; SCHORLE HELENE; STREET STEPHEN; LUETZENKIRCHEN KLAUS|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the 5th Ukraine MPCA Material Protection, Control and Accounting Workshop|
|Publisher:||George Kuzmycz Training Center|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The two large reprocessing plants in Europe, located in Sellafield (UK) and La Hague (F) have a throughput of 800 t and 1600 t of spent fuel per year. In order to meet the safeguards criteria of quantity, timeliness and probability (QTP), these facilities deserve particular attention and appropriate safeguards measures have to be implemented. At either plant Euratom installed an on-site laboratory where the verification measurements are performed with minimal time delays and at highest possible accuracy.|
|JRC Institute:||Nuclear Safety and Security|
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