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|Title:||NON-DESTRUCTIVE ANALYSIS OF A PWR FUEL SEGMENT WITH A BURN-UP OF 50.4 GWD/THM – PART I: VISUAL EXAMINATION AND GAMMA-SCANNING|
|Authors:||WEGEN Detlef; PAPAIOANNOU Dimitrios; NASYROW Ramil; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; GLATZ Jean-Paul|
|Citation:||1st Annual Workshop Proceedings of the Collaborative Project “Fast / Instant Release of Safety Relevant Radionuclides from Spent Nuclear Fuel” (7th EC FP CP FIRST-Nuclides) p. 173-182|
|Publisher:||KIT Scientific Publishing|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Non-destructive analysis is an essential set of analyses for validation of the fuel rod safety and provides a valuable basis of information to plan and implement successful sampling. In a first step the pin was inspected visually for defects. These results were complemented by gamma-spectrometric measurements along the fuel pin. This provided first information about the actual pellet positions in the pin and the burn-up axial profile.|
|JRC Directorate:||Nuclear Safety and Security|
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