Abriss von Atomkraftwerken: Konferenz in Aachen

4. November 2018 | Veröffentlicht von Aktionsbündnis gegen Atomenergie Aachen / ws

Endlich eine Konferenz zu dieser wichtigen Aufgabe in Aachen vom 5. – 8.11.18

Wir haben leider etwas spät entdeckt, dass in der kommenden Woche in Aachen eine interessante Konferenz zur Abwicklung (=Rückbau) von Atomkraftwerken durchgeführt wird.
Uns scheint DAS die einzig richtige technische Fragestellung in der Atompolitik zu sein!!

Als ‚Aktionsbündnis gegen Atomenergie‘ fordern wir, zukünftig zu solchen Konferenzen im VORFELD eingeladen zu werden! Wir werden uns diese Konferenz jedenfalls sehr genau anschauen!

Heute aber dokumentieren wir erst mal nur Struktur dieser Konferenz ICOND:


The closure and decommissioning of nuclear power plants, particularly power reactors, present high demands regarding planning and authorization to all parties involved. In the ongoing decade several nuclear power plants will be shut down due to their operating life and political decisions, not only in Europe, but also worldwide. As a result, optimized decommissioning strategies will need  to be well-coordinated among all participants.
The ICOND focuses on the relevant legal parameters in Germany and compares decommissioning strategies worldwide. This includes roles of authorization, financial planning, and change management in the transition from nuclear power plant to decommissioned project. Furthermore the different options for interim storage and disposal of radioactive waste are discussed.

ICOND addresses operators of nuclear plants and companies who are working on the planning, implementation and supervision of decommissioning projects; authorities and technical experts whose focus includes the approval and supervisions procedure of decommissioning projects; and research institutions, which are responsible for the dismantling of research reactors and the storage and/or disposal of radioactive hazardous waste.
ICOND will enable participants to proficiently discuss the challenges of the decommissioning of nuclear plants in a practical way, and to define optimal planning variants for decommissioning implementation. Simultaneous translation (German/English/Russian) will be available.

The ICOND takes place in the center of Aachen: Eurogress Aachen • Monheimsallee 48 • 52062 Aachen • Germany


— Montag —

13:30 – 18:00   Pre-Conference Workshop
13:30   Welcome, Dr. John Kettler – AiNT GmbH
14:00   Evolution of Portable Dose Rate Meters, Matthias Feyl – automess GmbH
14:30   Measurement Systems for Waste Management, Decommissioning and Dismantling, Giuliano Mini – CAEN SyS s.r.l.
15:00  Waste Assay Monitoring Systems, Mangirdas Zavackas – BSI Instruments Ltd.
15:30  Development of Laser Technologies for Mobile Surface Decontamination, Torsten Kahl – Technische Universität Dresden
16:30  Surface Treatment by Laser Treatment, Pieter Cretskens – Netalux N.V.
17:00  L.DCom – The Laser Cutting Technology for Nuclear Decommissioning, Guillemin Julien – ONET Technologies SAS
17:30   Radiochemical Characterization of Reactor Internals: Lessons Learnt, Tanja Tomasberger – NRG Nuclear Research & Consultancy Group, PUG³ Software for the Support of Clearance Measurements, Dr. Tobias Hein – Brenk Systemplanung GmbH

— Dienstag —

10:00     Registration
12:00     QUICK LUNCH
13:00     Welcome, Dr. John Kettler – AiNT GmbH
13:45   Decommissioning of PreussenElektra NPPs, Stephan Krüger – PreussenElektra GmbH
14:15 Strategies for Radiological Characterisation in Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities, Arne Larsson – Cyclife Sweden AB on behalf of OECD/NEA, Experiences in PWR Full System Decontamination – Effective and Material-Saving Process
Dr. Dietmar Nieder – RWE Nuclear GmbH – KKW Biblis & Anna Prüllage – Siempelkamp NIS Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH
14:45     Shipping of Spent Fuel from the Obrigheim NPP to the Neckarwestheim on-site dry Storage Facility over the River Neckar, Ronald Schürrle – EnBW Kernkraft GmbH
15:15     COFFEE BREAK
16:00     Decommissioning of the Nuclear Power Plant Mülheim-Kärlich, Dr. Thomas Volmar – RWE Nuclear GmbH – Anlage Mülheim Kärlich
16:30     In-situ Metrology for Decommissioning Nuclear Facilities – MetroDECOM II, Dr. Steven Bell – National Physical Laboratory (UK) on behalf of the MetroDecom II consortium
17:00     Panel Discussion: Nuclear Decommissioning in Germany, Participants:
– Dr. Thomas Volmar
– Prof. Dr. Bruno Thomauske
– Gerrit Niehaus
18:45     Conference Dinner at the Former Railway Depot, sponsored by Tractebel & Tecnubel

— Mittwoch —

09:00     Dismantling of the Fuel Fabrication Plant of FBFC in Belgium, Nathan van Raemdonck – TECNUBEL B.V. & Felix Langer – NUKEM Technologies Engineering Services GmbH
09:30     Dismantling of Nuclear Facilities in Belgium and abroad, Jos Boussu – TRACTEBEL Engineering S.A.

10:00     Challenge or Opportunity? Decommissioning Market Perspectives and Success Factors, Dr. Jochen Latz – McKinsey & Company
10:30     COFFEE BREAK
11:00     Risk Management in Nuclear Decommissioning, Patrick Wilson – TÜV Rheinland Risktec Ltd.
11:30     Experience in the Decommissioning of the ZION Nuclear Power Plant in the USA, Stefan Dätig – Siempelkamp NIS Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH

12:00     Cutting and Packaging of Irradiated Control Rods at Brunsbüttel NPP, Ralf Oberhäuser – ORANO GmbH & Ralf Borchardt – EWN Entsorgungswerk für Nuklearanlagen GmbH
12:30     LUNCH

13:30     Virtual Reality Training (VRT) – Safety in Dismantling of KTE Nuclear Facilities, Timo Liedtke – KTE Kerntechnische Entsorgung Karlsruhe GmbH
14:00     Building Information Modeling – Efficient and Optimized Dismantling Planning
Shahin Farahzadi – formitas AG
14:30     COFFEE BREAK

15:00     Use of VR in Decommissioning Planning and Training, Jan Porsmyr – Institute for Energy Technology
15:30     Accident with Significant Activity Release – Decontamination and Protection against Nuclear Hazards, Martin Rathgeber – NucTec Solutions GmbH
16:15     Business Speed Networking – An opportunity to generate contacts to other participating experts from operators, nuclear industries, authorities etc.
17:15     Get together, sponsored by TÜV Rheinland Industrie Service GmbH

— Donnerstag —

09:00     Challenge in Release with the Clearance Measurement System, Dr. Tim Thomas – Safetec Entsorgungs- und Sicherheitstechnik GmbH
09:30     Non-Destructive Test Investigation and Characterization of Historical Wastes, Dr. Grégoire Augé – ONET Technologies SAS
10:00     Optimization of Waste Packing by Combination of Theoretical Prognosis and Measurement Data, Lars Ackermann – Framatome GmbH
10:30     COFFEE BREAK
11:00     Active and Passive Nuclear Fuel Determination, Dr. Matthias Fritzsche – Mirion Technologies (Canberra) GmbH
11:30     Recycling of Lightly Activated Components and Scrap from NPPs in Europe, Barry Moloney – Olenian Ltd
12:00     Final Statement and Outlook, Prof. Dr. Bruno Thomauske – RWTH Aachen
12:15     Quick Lunch to conclude the Event

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