EVALUATION OF THE COMMUNITY'S NUCLEAR REACTOR SAFETY RESEARCH PROGRAMME
This report describes an evaluation of the 1980 - 1985 CEC reactor safety programme prepared, at the invitation of the Commission, by a panel of six independent experts by means of examining the relevant document and by holding hearings with the responsible CEC staff. It contains the recommendations made by the panel on the following topics: (i) the need for the JRC to continue to make its competence in the reactor safety field available to the Community, (ii) the importance of continuity in the JRC and shared cost action programmes, (iii) the difficulty of developing reactor safety research programmes which satisfy the needs of users with diverse needs, (iv) the monitoring of the utilization of the research results, (v) the maintenance of the JRC computer codes used by the Member States, (vi) the spin-off from research results being made available to other industrial sectors, (vii) the continued contact between the JRC researchers and the national experts, (viii) the coordination of LWR safety research with that of the Member States, (ix) the JRC work on fast breeders to be planned with regard to the R&D programmes of the Fast Reactor European Consortium.
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 10707 EN (1986)FS, 162 P., BFR 950, EUROFFICE, LUXEMBOURG, POB 1003
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Record Number: 1989124137700 / Last updated on: 1987-01-01
Available languages: en