Workshop on Performance Assessments of Near-Surface Disposal Facilities:FEPs Analysis, Scenario and Conceptual Model Development, and Code Selection (August 29-30, 2012)
The purpose of the workshop is to facilitate communication between Federal and State agencies, industry representatives, contractors, and members of the public on three aspects of performance assessments of near-surface disposal of low-level radioactive waste (LLW): (1) Feature, Events and Processes (FEPs) analysis, (2) the development of scenarios and conceptual models, and (3) the selection of computer codes. Information gathered in the meeting will be used to improve guidance on performance assessments for near-surface disposal of LLW. For more information, please see the following topics:
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August 29–30, 2012
Location and Remote Access Provisions
For additional details, please call the NRC contacts for this meeting.
See the Revised Meeting Notice and Final Agenda.
|Date ||Name ||Duration ||Format |
|08/29/12 ||Public Meeting Workshop on Performance Assessments of Near Surface Disposal Facilities: FEPS Analysis, Scenario and Conceptual Model Development, and Code Selection, Day 1 ||09h 11m || ||MP3 ||MPEG4 |
|08/30/12 ||Public Meeting on Workshop Performance Assessments of Near Surface Disposal Facilities: Feps Analysis, Scenario and Conceptual Model Development, and Code Selection, Day 2 ||09h 06m || ||MP3 ||MPEG4 |
George Alexander, FSME/PAB
Tarsha Moon, FSME/LLWB
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