The transformation of the Ukryttya object into an ecologically safe system is one of the priority tasks of Ukraine to increase radiation safety. In the process of this transformation the task of choosing an optimal version of these works. At present, many objects with radiation-nuclear technologies are located on the territory of the Chernobyl exclusion zone. In addition, construction and operation of spent fuel storage facilities and radioactive waste, solar power plants, solid fuel boilers, etc. are planned here. In order to minimize the impact of such activities on the environment, the issue of conducting safety analysis and selecting the optimal option for work on objects with radiation-nuclear technologies becomes relevant, due to the fact that all these objects are located on radioactive contaminated territories and can Be involved in the technological process of handling radioactive contaminated materials. As a result of the study of the current state of the problem of conducting multi-criterial analysis of the safety of objects with radiation-nuclear technologies, the goal of further research is being formulated: improvement of the method of multi-criterion analysis of the safety of objects with radiation-nuclear technologies. To achieve the goal, you must complete the task: to adapt and improve the method of multi-criteria analysis; to determine and substantiate the quantitative and qualitative criteria for choosing an optimal version of the work; to construct desirability functions that meet the requirements of the task; carry out a study of weighting factors for calculating the generalized efficiency indicator of the decision.
Keywords: radiation safety, radiation safety, objects with radiation-nuclear technologies, ALARA principle, multi-criteria analysis.
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