Computer technology for waste management for Chernobyl remediation

Computer technology for waste management for Chernobyl remediation The computer technology (CT) for modelling of the ecology-economic situation in the alienation zone (AZ) of Chenobyl is developed. It includes the databases of potentially dangerous objects and program modules (PM) for modelling of the ecology-economic situation in the AZ. The optimal redistribution of means, directed at resource restoration, liquidation of technogenic pollution, the restoration of basis capital, prevention of pollution migration for bounds of the AZ is determined by use of this model. A distinctive feature of the accounts carried out in this work is that they allow the estimation not only of risk value, but also of levels of reserve possiblities of various objects of the AZ. The critical values of measured parameters, at which achievement the emergencies can occur, are also determined. The CT includes the following program modules: geo-information system; PM for risk assessment of emergency occurences in the AZ; PM for dynamic optimisation tasks. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Environmental Management and Health Emerald Publishing

Computer technology for waste management for Chernobyl remediation

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © 2000 MCB UP Ltd. All rights reserved.
ISSN
0956-6163
DOI
10.1108/09566160010351872
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Abstract

The computer technology (CT) for modelling of the ecology-economic situation in the alienation zone (AZ) of Chenobyl is developed. It includes the databases of potentially dangerous objects and program modules (PM) for modelling of the ecology-economic situation in the AZ. The optimal redistribution of means, directed at resource restoration, liquidation of technogenic pollution, the restoration of basis capital, prevention of pollution migration for bounds of the AZ is determined by use of this model. A distinctive feature of the accounts carried out in this work is that they allow the estimation not only of risk value, but also of levels of reserve possiblities of various objects of the AZ. The critical values of measured parameters, at which achievement the emergencies can occur, are also determined. The CT includes the following program modules: geo-information system; PM for risk assessment of emergency occurences in the AZ; PM for dynamic optimisation tasks.

Journal

Environmental Management and HealthEmerald Publishing

Published: Dec 1, 2000

Keywords: Risk assessment; Monitoring; Optimization

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