Remote Technology Applications in Spent Fuel Management

IAEA TECDOC No. 1433

Subject Classification: 0803-Spent fuel management

English IAEA-TECDOC-1433; (ISBN:92-0-101405-8); 158 pp.; € 15.00; Date Published: 2005

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This publication provides an overview of remote technology applications to spent fuel management within the scope of the fuel cycle back end. Remote systems technology has been extensively applied to a variety of work in spent fuel management facilities with such benefits as dose reduction to workers, enhancement of operational performance or reliability and saving of labour costs. In recognition of the beneficial applications of remote technology in spent fuel management, the IAEA has provided information on state-of-art developments and practices.

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