Volume 51, Number HS1, 2016Towards a self-sustaining European platform on nuclear and radiological emergency preparedness, response and recovery. Key results of the NERIS-TP European project
|Page(s)||S23 - S25|
|Published online||21 July 2016|
European model for inhabited areas – ERMIN 2
1 PHE, Centre for Radiation, Chemical
and Environmental Hazards, Didcot, OX11
2 KIT, Institut für Kern- und Energietechnik, Bau 433, Postfach 3640, 76021 Karlsruhe, Germany.
3 Ukrainian Centre for Environmental and Water Projects, prosp. Glushkova 42, 03187 Kiev, Ukraine.
The European Model for Inhabited Areas (ERMIN) evaluates strategies for the remediation of inhabited areas contaminated by air-borne radioactive material. The enhancements in the new version, ERMIN 2, were motivated by the new ICRP recommendations for a system of radiological protection, and by user feedback. The underlying model has not changed but the interface has been enhanced to allow the user to easily compare recovery strategies and to select appropriate countermeasure options within the context of ICRP recommendations on the residual dose.
Key words: contamination / environmental / decontamination / emergency / radiological / decision support system / ERMIN
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