Development of aDoses Assessment for the Releases of the Inventories in Liquid and Gaseous Radwaste Systems at YGN 3 & 4-MS 230,232 Th in milk, meat, and grain in korea

Joo Yeon Kim, Chang Ho Shin, Jong Kyung Kim, Jai Ki Lee, Moosung Jae, Yong Jib Park

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Inventory changes of the liquid and gaseous radwastes were analyzed by linear regression analysis on the basis of the operation histories ofYonggwang nuclear power plants (YGN) 3 & 4, and the future inventories were also predicted. Based on the evaluation results of the inventories, the annual doses for the resident were estimated linearly with progress in the operation histories, and the inventories released to environment are much lower than FSAR results. Linear regression analysis can be used to predict the future inventory if YGN 3 & 4 are continuously operated with the present pattern. It is noted that the inventories have been overestimated and this analysis can be applied to judge conservativeness for the future inventories. The annual doses for the resident were for the release of radioactive gas, and fish ingestion for”the release of radioactive liquid. In addition, future annual doses for the resident can be predicted using the future inventory. It is concluded that prediction of inventory and dose assessment will contribute to ensuring radiological integrity in NPPs.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)447-450
Number of pages4
JournalJournal of Nuclear Science and Technology
Volume41
DOIs
StatePublished - 2004 Jan 1

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Keywords

  • Annual dose
  • FSAR
  • Inventory
  • Linear regression analysis
  • NPP
  • Pathway
  • Radwaste

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