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After more than 6 years of operational experience working and handling beryllium, JET is now in a position to work efficiently and easily with the imposed procedural, organisational and facility-wise requirements associated with the large scale use of beryllium.
It is, however, clear that the use of beryllium requires a large additional commitment both in the form of additional facilities as well as man-power, ultimately leading up to a substantial additional financial burden.
This paper outlines this additional effort and what impact it has on the design, operation and maintenance of a large scale machine such as JET or ITER. 1997 Elsevier Science S.A.
Mots-clés Pascal : Réacteur fusion nucléaire, Tokamak, Béryllium, Manutention, Radioprotection, Réglementation, Norme, Gestion déchet, Décontamination, Expérience acquise, Organisation travail, Royaume Uni, Europe, Dispositif JET
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Nuclear fusion reactor, Tokamak, Beryllium, Handling, Radioprotection, Regulation, Standards, Waste management, Decontamination, Acquired experience, Job engineering, United Kingdom, Europe
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