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This publication presents the proceedings of an IAEA international conference in the field of fast reactors and related fuel cycle technologies. The conference provided a unique forum to discuss national and international fast reactor programmes, to analyse new experience and development advances arising from research and development programmes, and to ...
Fast Reactors and Related Fuel Cycles: Next Generation Nuclear Systems for Sustainable Development (FR17): Proceedings of an International Conference Held in Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation, 26-29 June 2017
This publication presents the proceedings of an IAEA international conference in the field of fast reactors and related fuel cycle technologies. The conference provided a unique forum to discuss national and international fast reactor programmes, to analyse new experience and development advances arising from research and development programmes, and to identify needs to be addressed in relation to the industrial deployment of fast reactors. The conference also included two panel events devoted to safety design criteria for sodium cooled fast reactors and small and medium-sized fast reactors. An event dedicated to young professionals involved in fast reactor programmes and projects was organized as a plenary session. About 200 oral technical presentations and 200 posters complemented the overall picture of the scientific and the state of the art technical developments worldwide. The proceedings comprise a summary of the different technical, plenary and young generation event sessions as well as the opening, closing and plenary speeches delivered during the conference. A CD-Rom with contributed papers (which are also available online) accompanies the publication.
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Fast Reactors and Related Fuel Cycles: Next Generation Nuclear Systems for Sustainable Development (FR17): Proceedings of an International Conference Held in Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation, 26-29 June 2017

by International Atomic Energy Agency
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This publication is the new edition of the International Basic Safety Standards. The edition is co-sponsored by seven other international organizations - European Commission (EC/Euratom), FAO, ILO, OECD/NEA, PAHO, UNEP and WHO. It replaces the interim edition that was published in November 2011 and the previous edition of the International ...
Radiation protection and safety of radiation sources: international basic safety standards
This publication is the new edition of the International Basic Safety Standards. The edition is co-sponsored by seven other international organizations - European Commission (EC/Euratom), FAO, ILO, OECD/NEA, PAHO, UNEP and WHO. It replaces the interim edition that was published in November 2011 and the previous edition of the International Basic Safety Standards which was published in 1996. It has been extensively revised and updated to take account of the latest finding of the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation, and the latest recommendations of the International Commission on Radiological Protection. The publication details the requirements for the protection of people and the environment from harmful effects of ionizing radiation and for the safety of radiation sources. All circumstances of radiation exposure are considered.
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Radiation protection and safety of radiation sources: international basic safety standards

by International Atomic Energy Agency
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This publication, jointly sponsored by the FAO, IAEA, ICAO, ILO, IMO, INTERPOL, OECD/NEA, PAHO, CTBTO, UNEP, OCHA, WHO and WMO, is the new edition establishing the requirements for preparedness and response for a nuclear or radiological emergency which takes into account the latest experience and developments in the area. It ...
Preparedness and response for a nuclear or radiological emergency: general safety requirements
This publication, jointly sponsored by the FAO, IAEA, ICAO, ILO, IMO, INTERPOL, OECD/NEA, PAHO, CTBTO, UNEP, OCHA, WHO and WMO, is the new edition establishing the requirements for preparedness and response for a nuclear or radiological emergency which takes into account the latest experience and developments in the area. It supersedes the previous edition of the Safety Requirements for emergency preparedness and response, Safety Standards Series No. GS-R-2, which was published in 2002. This publication establishes the requirements for ensuring an adequate level of preparedness and response for a nuclear or radiological emergency, irrespective of its cause. These Safety Requirements are intended to be used by governments, emergency response organizations, other authorities at the local, regional and national levels, operating organizations and the regulatory body as well as by relevant international organizations at the international level.
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Preparedness and response for a nuclear or radiological emergency: general safety requirements

by International Atomic Energy Agency
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This publication focuses on the treatment of radioactive gaseous waste streams arising from the operations in fuel fabrication facilities, nuclear power plants, fuel reprocessing facilities and waste processing facilities. It provides the user with an overview of the requirements for the management of radioactive gaseous waste, information on the need ...
Treatment of radioactive gaseous waste
This publication focuses on the treatment of radioactive gaseous waste streams arising from the operations in fuel fabrication facilities, nuclear power plants, fuel reprocessing facilities and waste processing facilities. It provides the user with an overview of the requirements for the management of radioactive gaseous waste, information on the need to characterize waste streams, considerations for the selection of treatment technology, as well as discussions on the available technologies for gaseous emission control. Although the publication does not present specific design solutions to off-gas treatment issues as each application is unique, it aims to provide a firm basis upon which the design engineer can develop a solution tailored to his/her application, design requirements, and regulatory drivers.
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Treatment of radioactive gaseous waste

by International Atomic Energy Agency
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This Safety Guide provides guidance and recommendations on how to meet the relevant requirements for ensuring subcriticality when dealing with fissile material and for planning the response to criticality accidents. The guidance and recommendations are applicable to both regulatory bodies and operating organizations. The objectives of criticality safety are to ...
Criticality safety in the handling of fissile material: specific safety guide
This Safety Guide provides guidance and recommendations on how to meet the relevant requirements for ensuring subcriticality when dealing with fissile material and for planning the response to criticality accidents. The guidance and recommendations are applicable to both regulatory bodies and operating organizations. The objectives of criticality safety are to prevent a self-sustained nuclear chain reaction and to minimize the consequences of this if it were to occur. The Safety Guide makes recommendations on how to ensure subcriticality in systems involving fissile materials during normal operation, anticipated operational occurrences, and, in the case of accident conditions, within design basis accidents, from initial design through commissioning, operation, and decommissioning and disposal.
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Criticality safety in the handling of fissile material: specific safety guide

by International Atomic Energy Agency
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This publication reviews the current state of the art of image quantification and provides a solid background of tools and methods for medical physicists and other professionals who are faced with quantification of radionuclide distribution in clinical practice. It describes and analyses the physical effects that degrade image quality and ...
Quantitative nuclear medicine imaging: concepts, requirements and methods
This publication reviews the current state of the art of image quantification and provides a solid background of tools and methods for medical physicists and other professionals who are faced with quantification of radionuclide distribution in clinical practice. It describes and analyses the physical effects that degrade image quality and affect the accuracy of quantification, and describes methods to compensate for them in planar, single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) and positron emission tomography (PET) images.
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Quantitative nuclear medicine imaging: concepts, requirements and methods

by International Atomic Energy Agency
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This publication presents the results of an IAEA coordinated research project which served as a forum for the establishment of a research reactor material properties database for irradiated core structural components that are important to safety. The database is a compilation of data from comprehensive literature reviews, coordinated research projects ...
Material Properties Database for Irradiated Core Structural Components for Lifetime Management for Long Term Operation of Research Reactors: Report of a Coordinated Research Project
This publication presents the results of an IAEA coordinated research project which served as a forum for the establishment of a research reactor material properties database for irradiated core structural components that are important to safety. The database is a compilation of data from comprehensive literature reviews, coordinated research projects and experimental data from research reactors on changes in research reactor core structural material properties owing to irradiation. Such a structured database is a resource for those involved in the aging assessment of core materials used in RRs to ensure the reactor's continued safe operation and possible life extension. The publication describes the coordinated effort to provide a comprehensive background and relevant information on the properties of irradiated core structural materials for RRs and make these data available to the research reactor community. Use of the information provided will contribute to the safe and reliable long-term operation and lifetime extension of operating RRs, as well as to the design of new ones.
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Proceedings of an International Conference Held in Gyeongju, Republic of Korea, 28-31 May 2018. These proceedings highlight the key findings and recommendations of the conference which provided a forum for information exchange on national and international policies and practices. Conference participants had a broad range of expertise across the areas ...
Human Resource Development for Nuclear Power Programmes: Meeting Challenges to Ensure the Future Nuclear Workforce Capability
Proceedings of an International Conference Held in Gyeongju, Republic of Korea, 28-31 May 2018. These proceedings highlight the key findings and recommendations of the conference which provided a forum for information exchange on national and international policies and practices. Conference participants had a broad range of expertise across the areas of capacity building, human resource development, education and training, knowledge management and knowledge networks for nuclear power programmes. With a focus on future challenges, the participants reviewed the current state of human resource development in the nuclear field (including nuclear education and training) and provided practical solutions that can be used at organizational, national and international levels to develop and maintain the human resources needed to support the safe and sustainable operation of nuclear power programmes. The main ideas and messages expressed and discussed at the conference are presented in the opening addresses, the session summaries and the President's summary. The attached CD-ROM contains interactive presentations, plenary presentations and the conference programme.
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47.250000 USD
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There is considerable interest in both developing and developed countries in the design of innovative water cooled reactors (WCRs) and, owing to the higher thermal efficiency and significant system simplifications, supercritical water cooled reactors (SWCRs). Compared to conventional WCRs the SCWR concept requires extensive, comprehensive research and development (R&D). Fundamental ...
Status of Research and Technology Development for Supercritical Water Cooled Reactors
There is considerable interest in both developing and developed countries in the design of innovative water cooled reactors (WCRs) and, owing to the higher thermal efficiency and significant system simplifications, supercritical water cooled reactors (SWCRs). Compared to conventional WCRs the SCWR concept requires extensive, comprehensive research and development (R&D). Fundamental research in understanding important phenomena has been completed successfully in providing information required for the next step of development. Currently, a few concepts have been assessed as being technical feasible, and several other concepts are under development. These concepts are described in this publication, together with detailed analysis of remaining gaps requiring future R&D.
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This publication addresses inspection basics, concepts and methods on how to plan inspection activities, perform inspections of safety related structures, systems and components, evaluate the safety significance of inspection findings, and document the results. It presents high level considerations for the inspection of selected programmatic areas including plant operations, radiation ...
Handbook for Regulatory Inspectors of Nuclear Power Plants
This publication addresses inspection basics, concepts and methods on how to plan inspection activities, perform inspections of safety related structures, systems and components, evaluate the safety significance of inspection findings, and document the results. It presents high level considerations for the inspection of selected programmatic areas including plant operations, radiation protection, fire protection and maintenance activities at nuclear power plants (NPPs). The publication focuses on the regulatory inspection of operating NPPs and, when applicable, describes how the same inspection techniques can be applied to facilities undergoing construction, preoperational testing, and decommissioning. The general techniques described may be also used in the inspection of other types of nuclear facilities.
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26.250000 USD
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This Safety Requirements publication takes into account and incorporates developments relating to site evaluation for nuclear installations since the publication of IAEA Safety Standards Series No. NS-R-3 in 2003. It applies IAEA Safety Standards Series No. SF-1, Fundamental Safety Principles. Requirements for site evaluation are intended to contribute to the ...
Site Evaluation for Nuclear Installations: IAEA Safety Standards Series No. SSR-1
This Safety Requirements publication takes into account and incorporates developments relating to site evaluation for nuclear installations since the publication of IAEA Safety Standards Series No. NS-R-3 in 2003. It applies IAEA Safety Standards Series No. SF-1, Fundamental Safety Principles. Requirements for site evaluation are intended to contribute to the adequate protection of site personnel and the public and protection of the environment from harmful effects of ionizing radiation arising from nuclear installations. It is recognized that there are steady advances in technology and scientific knowledge, in nuclear safety and in what is considered adequate protection. Safety requirements evolve with these advances and this publication reflects the present consensus among States.
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42.000000 USD
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This publication presents a comprehensive summary of the technical work carried out under an IAEA coordinated research project (CRP) and provides an overview of Member States' approaches to mitigate challenges that are encountered in achieving reliability, sustainability and safety with advanced pressurized heavy water reactor (PHWR) fuels. These challenges, which ...
Reliability of Advanced High Power, Extended Burnup Pressurized Heavy Water Reactor Fuels: Final Report of a Coordinated Research Project
This publication presents a comprehensive summary of the technical work carried out under an IAEA coordinated research project (CRP) and provides an overview of Member States' approaches to mitigate challenges that are encountered in achieving reliability, sustainability and safety with advanced pressurized heavy water reactor (PHWR) fuels. These challenges, which were discussed and analyzed by the CRP participants, include fuel performance degradation, insufficient availability of operating experience at high burnup and margin erosion by ageing.
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This publication provides guidance for monitoring and tracking carbon dioxide in the atmosphere or emissions from soil and plant materials using a laser carbon dioxide carbon isotope analyser. Through illustrated step-by-step standard operating procedures this publication assists scientists, technicians and students in techniques ranging from initial calibration of the instrument ...
Use of Laser Carbon Dioxide Carbon Isotope Analysers in Agriculture
This publication provides guidance for monitoring and tracking carbon dioxide in the atmosphere or emissions from soil and plant materials using a laser carbon dioxide carbon isotope analyser. Through illustrated step-by-step standard operating procedures this publication assists scientists, technicians and students in techniques ranging from initial calibration of the instrument to collecting measurements and analysing data. When accurately utilized, this instrumentation can ensure proper evaluation of agricultural management practices to reduce soil carbon dioxide emissions and promote climate-smart agriculture. The final chapter of this publication also presents a case study that demonstrates how this instrumentation can be used.
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For proper planning and safe implementation of decommissioning of facilities, an accurate estimate of the radioactive inventory of the facility is needed (i.e. source term determination). The largest fraction of this inventory for nuclear power plants, research reactors and accelerator facilities is created by induced activation by neutrons or other ...
Methodologies for Assessing the Induced Activation Source Term for Use in Decommissioning Applications
For proper planning and safe implementation of decommissioning of facilities, an accurate estimate of the radioactive inventory of the facility is needed (i.e. source term determination). The largest fraction of this inventory for nuclear power plants, research reactors and accelerator facilities is created by induced activation by neutrons or other particles (protons, electrons, ions). This publication provides information for facility operators and regulatory authorities involved in decommissioning planning and oversight of the process of assessment of the induced activation source term of a facility. It provides information on the selection and application of methodologies for the assessment of the induced activation source term for decommissioning purposes and provides an overview of approaches and practices currently available.
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Many countries are considering the construction of their first nuclear power plant or the expansion of a small nuclear power programme, and some have limited experience in managing radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel. The present revised publication provides a concise summary of key issues related to the development of ...
Options for Management of Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste for Countries Developing New Nuclear Power Programmes
Many countries are considering the construction of their first nuclear power plant or the expansion of a small nuclear power programme, and some have limited experience in managing radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel. The present revised publication provides a concise summary of key issues related to the development of a sound radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel management system. It is intended to brief countries with small or newly established nuclear power programmes about the challenges of, and to describe current and potential alternatives for, managing reactor waste and spent fuel arising during operation and decommissioning of nuclear power plants.
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This report provides specific guidance for conducting accident analyses of nuclear power plants with modular high temperature gas cooled reactors (HTGRs). It contains details of initiating events and an overview of the safety aspects of events that could lead to fuel failure and potential activity release. Licensing type safety analyses, ...
Accident Analysis for Nuclear Power Plants with Modular High Temperature Gas Cooled Reactors
This report provides specific guidance for conducting accident analyses of nuclear power plants with modular high temperature gas cooled reactors (HTGRs). It contains details of initiating events and an overview of the safety aspects of events that could lead to fuel failure and potential activity release. Licensing type safety analyses, aimed at demonstrating sufficient safety margins, are also addressed, and suggestions are made on analysing various events related to the inherent safety features of HTGRs. The report is intended to supplement the IAEA Safety Standards Series publications.
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Accident Analysis for Nuclear Power Plants with Modular High Temperature Gas Cooled Reactors

by International Atomic Energy Agency
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This publication establishes the regulations that are applied to the transport of radioactive material by all modes of transport on land, water or in the air, including transport that is incidental to the use of the radioactive material. The objective and scope of the regulations are described in detail as ...
Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material: 2009 Edition
This publication establishes the regulations that are applied to the transport of radioactive material by all modes of transport on land, water or in the air, including transport that is incidental to the use of the radioactive material. The objective and scope of the regulations are described in detail as well as the range of their application. The publication provides requirements useful to governments, regulators, operators of nuclear and radiation facilities, carriers, users of radiation sources and cargo handling personnel.
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Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material: 2009 Edition

by International Atomic Energy Agency
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IAEA Member States and individual nuclear power plants (NPPs) must carry out radioactive waste processing (treatment and conditioning) in an efficient and cost effective manner. Determination of which of the many available technologies and strategies are best suited to meet national or local needs is often a complex assessment. The ...
Innovative Waste Treatment and Conditioning Technologies at Nuclear Power Plants
IAEA Member States and individual nuclear power plants (NPPs) must carry out radioactive waste processing (treatment and conditioning) in an efficient and cost effective manner. Determination of which of the many available technologies and strategies are best suited to meet national or local needs is often a complex assessment. The aim of this publication is to inform decision makers by presenting information on innovative technologies for processing wastes generated by NPPs. The report identifies the key benefits which may derive from the adoption of those technologies, the different waste streams to which each technology is relevant, and the limitations of the technologies.
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Innovative Waste Treatment and Conditioning Technologies at Nuclear Power Plants

by Iaea
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Zircon has economic importance as a raw material in its own right and also as a feedstock for the manufacture of zirconia (zirconium dioxide), zirconium chemicals and zirconium metal. The geological processes that formed zircon led to the incorporation of radionuclides of natural origin into the crystal structure. The presence ...
Radiation Protection and NORM Residue Management in the Zircon and Zirconia Industries
Zircon has economic importance as a raw material in its own right and also as a feedstock for the manufacture of zirconia (zirconium dioxide), zirconium chemicals and zirconium metal. The geological processes that formed zircon led to the incorporation of radionuclides of natural origin into the crystal structure. The presence of these radionuclides is not significant enough to be of any commercial value, but creates a possible need to control exposures of workers and members of the public. This report provides detailed information on all the major industrial applications of zircon and zirconia, the processes involved, the management of naturally occurring radioactive material (NORM) residues arising from such processes, the radiological characteristics of the process materials, exposure pathways to workers and members of the public, exposure levels, annual effective doses, and examples of good practice with respect to monitoring techniques and practical measures to reduce doses. For each process or industrial application, the available information is used as the basis for assessing the regulatory implications in terms of the standards for radiation protection and management of radioactive waste.
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Radiation Protection and NORM Residue Management in the Zircon and Zirconia Industries

by Iaea
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This report summarizes the results and conclusions of a survey, carried out by the IAEA, of existing waste management cost estimates for representative nuclear and fossil fuel cycles with the objective of providing a correct perspective of the economic and environmental aspects of the different means of electricity production. For ...
Assessment and Comparison of Waste Management System Costs for Nuclear and Other Energy Sources
This report summarizes the results and conclusions of a survey, carried out by the IAEA, of existing waste management cost estimates for representative nuclear and fossil fuel cycles with the objective of providing a correct perspective of the economic and environmental aspects of the different means of electricity production. For the first time waste management cost estimates for all fuel cycle activities from mining to decommissioning of facilities have been compiled, and levelized unit costs for waste management have been compared to the total levelized costs for electricity production.
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Assessment and Comparison of Waste Management System Costs for Nuclear and Other Energy Sources

by International Atomic Energy Agency
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This publication presents both an overview and detailed information on more than 150 experimental facilities being used for developing and deploying innovative liquid metal-cooled (sodium, lead and lead-bismuth) fast neutron systems, both critical and subcritical. Facilities, both under construction and those in operation are considered. It is expected that by ...
Experimental Facilities in Support of Liquid Metal Cooled Fast Neutron Systems
This publication presents both an overview and detailed information on more than 150 experimental facilities being used for developing and deploying innovative liquid metal-cooled (sodium, lead and lead-bismuth) fast neutron systems, both critical and subcritical. Facilities, both under construction and those in operation are considered. It is expected that by providing the end users with detailed information on existing and future experimental facilities able to support innovative liquid metal cooled fast neutron systems, the publication will facilitate cooperation between organizations and knowledge transfer. An overview of the existing and future experimental facilities is presented in the body text of this publication. The profiles of all facilities in the form of individual papers are available on the attached CD-ROM and in the related on-line database maintained by the IAEA Catalogue of Facilities in Support of Liquid Metal-cooled Fast Neutron Systems (LMFNS Catalogue).
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This Safety Guide provides recommendations and guidance on fulfilling the requirements of IAEA Safety Standards Series No. GSR Part 3 for ensuring radiation protection and safety of radiation sources in medical uses of ionizing radiation with regard to patients, workers, carers and comforters, volunteers in biomedical research, and the public. ...
Radiation Protection and Safety in Medical Uses of Ionizing Radiation
This Safety Guide provides recommendations and guidance on fulfilling the requirements of IAEA Safety Standards Series No. GSR Part 3 for ensuring radiation protection and safety of radiation sources in medical uses of ionizing radiation with regard to patients, workers, carers and comforters, volunteers in biomedical research, and the public. It covers radiological procedures in diagnostic radiology (including dentistry), image guided interventional procedures, nuclear medicine, and radiotherapy. Recommendations and guidance are provided on applying a systematic approach to ensure that there is a balance between being able to utilize the benefits from medical uses of ionizing radiation and minimizing the risk of radiation effects to people.
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This publication is part of the lAEA's continuing efforts to transfer technology and to contribute to capacity building by providing information on the theoretical background and practical application of state of the art methodologies for assessing human zinc metabolism to better understand absorption, dietary bioavailability and nutritional requirements. It reviews ...
Assessment of Zinc Metabolism in Humans Using Stable Zinc Isotope Techniques
This publication is part of the lAEA's continuing efforts to transfer technology and to contribute to capacity building by providing information on the theoretical background and practical application of state of the art methodologies for assessing human zinc metabolism to better understand absorption, dietary bioavailability and nutritional requirements. It reviews the role of zinc in human nutrition and the application of stable isotope techniques to evaluate nutritional interventions. Advice is given on planning a study, administering isotopes, preparing and analysing samples, and calculating physiological end points. The publication was developed with input from international experts and is intended for nutritionists, analytical chemists and other professionals interested in the application of stable isotope techniques to evaluate human zinc nutrition and metabolism.
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These proceedings present the outcome of the third international conference on nuclear knowledge management organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency. The scope of the conference encompassed eight thematic areas, exploring both cross-cutting aspects of nuclear knowledge management and its specific applications for different types and phases of nuclear facilities ...
Nuclear Knowledge Management Challenges and Approaches: Summary of an International Conference Held in Vienna, 7-11 November 2016
These proceedings present the outcome of the third international conference on nuclear knowledge management organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency. The scope of the conference encompassed eight thematic areas, exploring both cross-cutting aspects of nuclear knowledge management and its specific applications for different types and phases of nuclear facilities and technologies. Through the presentation and discussion of issues and solutions related to building, collecting, transferring, sharing, maintaining, preserving and utilizing knowledge, the conference aimed to improve awareness of the importance of knowledge management in the nuclear sector. Various issues in relation to human resource development, competencies, methodological or process knowledge and technology-related knowledge were also discussed in detail. The proceedings highlight the key findings and recommendations of the event, the opening statement as well as the conclusions of the conference president. The papers presented and discussed during the conference are available on the attached CD-ROM.
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45.680000 USD
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