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[en] This presentation provides basic information about the development of staff’s knowledge management of Nuclear Regulatory Authority of Slovak Republic. It is a case study about implementation of knowledge management as process to the integrated management system for Slovak regulatory body. (author)
[en] Several hypotheses claim that more extremes in climatic and hydrologic phenomena are anticipated. In order to verify such hypotheses it is inevitable to examine the past periods by thoroughly analyzing historical data. In the present study, the annual maximum runoff volumes with t-day durations were calculated for a 130-year series of mean daily discharge of Danube River at Bratislava gauge (Slovakia). Statistical methods were used to clarify how the maximum runoff volumes of the Danube River changed over two historical periods (1876-1940 and 1941-2005). The conclusion is that the runoff volume regime during floods has not changed significantly during the last 130 years.
[en] The author treats of Czechoslovakia as typical of the smaller European industrial countries, summarizes the country's difficulties in keeping abreast of nuclear physics developments, and suggests ways in which the smaller countries can play their part in the development of nuclear physics. (author)
[en] Knowledge and experience is vital in nuclear decommissioning. But because many projects and tasks are first-of-a-kind endeavours, they are never enough. The key to success is to draw on technical knowledge and adapt learning from previous projects to develop the right concepts and equipment to meet new challenges. Jacobs - the global technology-forward solutions company - draws on decommissioning experience from the world's most challenging nuclear sites including Chernobyl, Fukushima, Savannah River, and Sellafield. It has developed a waste-informed decommissioning approach which is the key to safer, faster and cheaper restoration of nuclear sites.