|16 Nov 2020||Nuclear Safety: GRS Participation in International Fire Related Research Activities for Nuclear Installations
Knowledge about the origin, propagation and suppression of fires is essential for assessing fire safety of nuclear installations. For this reason, GRS is continuously participating in fire related international research activities carried out under the auspices of the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA).
|16 Nov 2020||Repository Research: Studies on the Effects of Heat on Claystone
Claystone, salt rock or granite are considered suitable host rocks for a radioactive waste repository in Germany. In a current project carried out in the GRS Geoscientific Laboratory, researchers investigate how the properties of claystone formations might be influenced by the waste emplaced.
|16 Nov 2020||Interventional Radiology: Using 3-D Simulations to Enhance Radiation Protection of Medical Staff
In interventional radiology, diagnostic or therapeutic medical interventions can be performed while monitoring them simultaneously, often by means of X-ray imaging. GRS scientists are developing a 3D-simulation model that will allow to draw conclusions on how to further optimise the radiation protection for the medical staff involved.
|17 Aug 2020||Covid-19 vs. Nuclear Safety
In a recent virtual workshop of the European Technical Safety Organisations Network (ETSON), nuclear safety experts of the network´s member organisations explored the consequences of the current Covid-19 pandemic for nuclear safety and discussed respective countermeasures.
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