Over the past decades SCK•CEN has developed a set of models –called the NOODPLAN models– for consequence analysis of atmospheric releases during the early phase of a nuclear emergency. This evaluation will draw on our experiences with the NOODPLAN models from regular emergency exercises and will include an inter-model comparison study with state-of-the-art atmospheric dispersion models integrated into the European decision support system RODOS. The results of this evaluation highlight possible future development required to ensure a fast and reliable decision making during the early phase of a nuclear emergency.
|Title of host publication||CD proceedings (also on-line available)|
|Place of Publication||Helsinki, Finland|
|State||Published - 18 Jun 2010|
|Event||IRPA 2010 - 3th European IRPA Congress : Encouraging Sustainability in Radiation Protection - Finland - IRPA : International Radiation Protection Agency, Helsinki|
Duration: 14 Jun 2010 → 18 Jun 2010
|Conference||IRPA 2010 - 3th European IRPA Congress : Encouraging Sustainability in Radiation Protection - Finland|
|Period||2010-06-14 → 2010-06-18|