FOIA Archive Release – Spent Fuel Pool LOCA – EPZ Evacuation Zones and KI – Risk Safety and Cost in Regulating Nuclear Energy

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Petition to Suspend All Pending Reactor Licensing Decisions and Related Rule Making Decision Spending Investigation of Lessons Learned From Fukushima Daiichinuclear Power Station Accident

Severe Accidents in Spent Fuel Poolsin Support of Generic Safety Issue 82

NUREG-1726 Predictions of Spent Fuel Heat Up After a Complete Loss of Spent Fuel Pool Coolant

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Spent Nuclear FuelPools in the U.S. Reducing the Deadly Risks of Storage

ET Has Also Reached Out ToADM to Request Additional KI

Comments on Adjusting EPZ Evacuation Zones and KI

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Reducing the Hazards From Stored Spent Power-ReactorFuel in the United States

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ML062290338 – Evaluation of Spent Fuel Pool Accident Response To a Complete Loss-Of-Coolant Inventory Using MELCOR 1.8.5

State of New Jersey – Report to the Governor Final Recommendations of the Nuclear Review Task Force January 31, 2012

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TEPCO’s Nuclear Power Plants  March 11,2011

PRA (Probabilistic Risk Assessment) for Spent Fuel Decommissioning Of the Fugen Nuclear Power Station

Ensuring Spent Fuel Pool Safety Michael WeberDeputy Executive Director for S Nuclear Regulatory Commission American Nuclear Society Meeting June 28, 2011

Appendix 1.Athermal-hydraulics Analysis of Spent Fuel Pool Heatup

Measurement of Laminar Velocity Profiles in a Prototypic Pwr Fuel Assembly

The Oecd-nea Sfp Project – an Experimental Programme and Related Analyses Forthe Characterization of Hydraulic and Ignition Phenomena of Prototypic Water Reactor Fuel Assemblies

Unacceptable Risk – Two Decades of “Close Calls,” Leaks and Other Problems

ML062290341 – Evaluation of Spent Fuel Pool Accident Response To a Complete Loss-Of-Coolant Inventory Using MELCOR 1.8.5

ML120380359 – Investigations of Zirconium Fires During Spent Fuel Loss of Cooling Accidents

Fukushima Dai-Ichi and the Future of Nuclear Power Applied Lessons From Past Nuclear Reactor Disasters

Pressure Drop Measurement of Laminar Air Flow in Prototypic Bwrand Pwr Fuel Assemblies

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IAEA SAFETY STANDARDS SERIES – Design of Fuel Handling And Storage Systems For Nuclear Power Plants

Safety of the Fuel Storage in French Nuclear Power Plants 900 MWe

Technical Study of Spent Fuel Pool Accident Riskat Decommissioning Nuclear Power Plants October 2000

SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL Options Exist ToFurther Enhance Security

Shaking the Foundations of the U.S. Nuclear Industry

Phase II of MELCOR Further Development in the Area of Air Ingress and Participation in OECD-NEA SFP Project

Small Modular Reactors Caroline SchlasemanFacilitatorMPR Associates Inc

Areva Brochure Epr Us

REDUCING the RISKS of SPENT Power Reactor Fuel Robert AlvarezSenior Analyst Friends of the Earth and Senior Scholar Institute for Policy Studies Washington, D.C.april 12, 2012

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Step 3 Fault Studies Assessment of the Edf and Areva Uk Epr

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Response by the Authors tothe NRC Review of ‘‘Reducingthe Hazards from Stored SpentPower-Reactor Fuel inthe United States

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