Towards Super-Safety  Management of Nuclear Plants

MKEM Server, ENEA's Research Center Casaccia  amg 

In frame of  Socio-Cognitive Research and Integrated Sustainable Nuclear Safety & Security Management

Intelligenza Manageriale: Ricerca Socio-Cognitivo-Tecnologica  Integrata per 



 Adam  Maria GADOMSKI 




Rocco BOVE


Suman RAO


 Corrado Antonio




Agostino MATHIS




  Research Virtual Group for Managerial  Intelligence and

Integrated Nuclear Safety






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Method: Meta-Knowledge Management

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  Incoming conferences and workshops                


» "Nuclear safety in EU gets strong boost by commitment of nuclear regulators"

             Source: Environmental Expert S.L. (European Commission Published Jun. 10, 2008 )

»  Conferences on Nuclear Safety (2008) - Google search (all)

           INES Scale 

          the new qualitative  International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale (INES),

            INFORMATION (data)  VALIDATION                                                                    

  Quality of information which arrive from the reactor core in the proper moment to the computerized plant supervisory system and to the plant operator  is the first safety-critical aspect in the global super-safety management strategy.

  The choice of proper methods and their validation consist the primary step in the systemic design of safety guaranteed computerized data acquisition system. The utility of advanced AI technologies have to be  tested and validated.


  This problem, in particular, has been analyzed using the research TRIGA reactor in the ENEA's Research  Center Casaccia and the paper:


    M. Sepielli, M. Palomba, A. Ratto, R. Rosa, M. Bernabucci, Neural Networks application to

    CRDM and thermo-hydraulic data validation.

was presented in Sidney:  5 – 9 Nov. 2007:   at International conference on Research Reactors: Safe Management and Effective Utilization, Sidney, Australia, http://www.iaea.org/NewsCenter/News/2007/confsydney.html





         INTEGRATED NUCLEAR SAFETY IMPROVEMENT    -   Humans factors                    



  -  IAEA:  Nuclear Energy Department publications : 2001 - 2008



  -  U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.  Peter B. Lyons, Commissioner, The Human Factor in Nuclear

      Safety. Joint IEEE Conference on Human Factors and Power Plants and Workshop on Human

      Performance - Root Cause - Trending - Operating Experience - Self Assessment .Monterey, California

      August 27, 2007 http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/commission/speeches/2007/S-07-040.html



 (*) - U.S. Department of Energy:   Integrated Safety Management - Building Mission Success Workshop 2008:

"The focus of this year’s workshop was “integrated management.” What integrated management means is taking the concepts of Integrated Safety Management, such as lessons learned, and applying those concepts to other systems within the Department of Energy, including safeguards and security, quality assurance, and business and financial systems. "

     Other Conferences and Workshops                                                                                         

  -  See IAEA web pages: http://www.iaea.org/


      See also:

  -  JRC Workprogramme  2007 :




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