Volume 51, December 2016Innovative integrated tools and platforms for radiological emergency preparedness and post-accident response in Europe. Key results of the PREPARE European research project
|Page(s)||S141 - S143|
|Section||Enhancing of the existing decision support systems with capabilities of importance – Aquatic dispersion and consequence modelling|
|Published online||23 December 2016|
Integration of long-term radionuclide transport models MOIRA-LAKE and MOIRA-RIVER into Hydrological Dispersion Module of JRODOS
UPM – Universidad Politécnica de Madrid,
2 Consultant, Nyköping, Sweden
3 Institute of Mathematical Machines & Systems Problems of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (IMMSP), Kiev, Ukraine
4 ENEA, Rome, Italy
The integration of the lake and river MOIRA models into the JRODOS Hydrological Dispersion Module (HDM) modelling framework, that originally only predicted short-term radionuclide dispersion in river systems, was a key objective of the PREPARE project. Thanks to it, the capabilities of JRODOS-HDM have been increased with regard to modelling the long-term fate of radionuclides (137Cs and 90Sr) in freshwater systems and to predicting the radiation doses via aquatic exposure pathways, as well as the efficiency of countermeasures to improve the radiological impact. Validated models have been implemented and exhaustive verification tests have been performed for both lake and river scenarios.
Key words: freshwater long-term contamination / decision support / JRODOS/MOIRA
© EDP Sciences 2016
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