INPRO Collaborative Project: Proliferation Resistance, Acquisition/Diversion Pathway Analysis (PRADA)
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 3.15" wide x 83.86" long x 114.17" tall
This publication contributes to strengthening the assessment area of proliferation resistance of the INPRO methodology. The basic principle for this area requires that multiple intrinsic features and extrinsic measures of proliferation resistance be implemented throughout the full life cycle of an innovative nuclear energy system to help ensure that the system will continue to be an unattractive means of acquiring fissile material for a nuclear weapons programme. A typical intrinsic feature is the dilution of plutonium with fission products as found in irradiated material, and a typical extrinsic measure is the placing of nuclear material under international safeguards.
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