Final documentation on dose assessments for three potential European ITER candidate sites with updated source terms from ITER NSSR-2 [report]

W. Raskob, I. Hasemann, L. Di Pace
2000
The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor ITER 1s m its late engineering phase. One of the most important safety aspects -in particular for achieving public acceptance -is to assure that the releases of hazardous material are minimal during normal operation and for accidental events, even if very unlikely. To this purpose probabilistic dose assessments for accidental atmospheric releases of various ITER source terms which contain tritium and/or activation products were performed for
more » ... were performed for the sites of Greifswald in Germany, Cadarache in France and an Italian site. In addition, routine releases into the atmosphere and hydrosphere have been evaluated. No country specific rules were applied and the input parameters were adapted as far as possible to those used within former studies to achieve a better comparability with site independent dose assessments performed in the frame of ITER. The calculations were based on source terms which contain a combination of tritium and activation products. 4 4 7 8
doi:10.5445/ir/270047359 fatcat:a2a4noz2ljftbkf757pjkghxcq