O.V. Godun

Èlektron. model. 2019, 41(4):103-114


The case study for comparison of nuclear fuel cycles of Ukraine was reilized used IAEA INPROThe case study for comparison of nuclear fuel cycles of Ukraine was reilized used IAEA INPROtool KIND-ET. The quantities key indicators for nuclear fuel cycles assessment proposed. Thenuclear fuel cycles comparison ranking scores obtained apply to Ukrainian energy system. Thevisualization of final score is made by IAEA INPRO tool KIND-ET.


IAEA, INPRO, KIND-ET, modelling, NFC.


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