Analysis of data and physicochemical modeling of the radiation accident in the Southern Urals in 1957

  title={Analysis of data and physicochemical modeling of the radiation accident in the Southern Urals in 1957},
  author={S. A. Kabakchi and Alexander Valentinovich Putilov and Evgeniy Nazin},
  journal={Atomic Energy},
Removal of heavy metals and radionuclides from water using nanomaterials: current scenario and future prospects
The present status and future prospects of nanomaterials as the next-generation water purification systems that can play an important role in the removal of heavy metals and radioactive contaminants from aqueous solutions are explored.
A double diamond anniversary-Kyshtym and Windscale: the nuclear accidents of 1957.
  • R. Wakeford
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
    Journal of radiological protection : official journal of the Society for Radiological Protection
  • 2017
On the occurrence and origin of anthropogenic radionuclides found in a fragment of the Chelyabinsk (LL5) meteorite
A piece of the 2013 Chelyabinsk meteorite was investigated for its content of anthropogenic radionuclides. In addition to traces of cesium‐137 that had been previously reported for this particular
Consequences in Norway of a hypothetical accident at Sellafield : potential release – transport and fallout
Resyme: Rapporten redegjor for nedfall over Norge fra en tenkt ulykke med atmosfaerisk utslipp fra lagertankene for hoyaktivt flytende radioaktivt avfall ved Sellafield-anlegget. Det er valgt a ta


Hypothetical accidents at disposal facilities for high-level liquid radioactive wastes and pulps
Four accidents are postulated and analyzed for interim storage of high-level, liquid radioactive wastes at a fuel reprocessing facility. Normal waste storage operation is based on wastes stored in
Status of and possible approaches to the standardization of the safety of elements of the nuclear fuel cycle
ConclusionsIn summary, the foregoing analysis shows that the systems of standardizing documents for fuel-cycle elements must be developed as quickly as possible. The proposed system must have at the
Analysis of the 1957--1958 Soviet nuclear accident.
It seems imperative to obtain a complete explanation of the cause (or causes) and consequences of the accident; Soviet experience gained in the application of corrective measures would be invaluable to the world nuclear community.
Nuclear detective story
The incident in chelyabinsk.