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USING OF MESOSCALE ATMOSPHERIC TRANSPORT MODEL FOR ASSESSMENT OF CONSEQUENCES OF SEVERE ACCIDENT AT NUCLEAR POWER PLANT
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Category: Number 4
Publication: 4
Summary

On the base of mesoscale atmospheric transport model the calculations of possible radioactive contamination of air and soil were made for one of scenario of hypothetical heavy radiation accident at Rivne nuclear power plant at distances up to 200 km, including estimations of transboundary transport of activity were made. Calculations were made for various types of weather conditions, including situations with rains. For each situation a conservative assessment of external and inhalation doses was made as functions of distance from NPP.