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(The Future of) INIS Liaison Activities in the Netherlands . Jim Kuijper N R G Petten [email protected] IAEA/INIS ILO Meeting Vienna, Austria 29th October 2010. Introduction. Dr. J.C. Kuijper (Jim) Senior Consultant - Nuclear Reactor Physics N R G Westerduinweg 3, P.O. Box 25

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(The Future of) INISLiaison Activitiesin the Netherlands

Jim Kuijper

NRG Petten

[email protected]

IAEA/INIS ILO Meeting

Vienna, Austria

29th October 2010


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Introduction

  • Dr. J.C. Kuijper (Jim)

  • Senior Consultant - Nuclear Reactor Physics

  • NRG

  • Westerduinweg 3, P.O. Box 25

  • NL-1755 ZG Petten

  • The Netherlands

  • Phone +31 224 564506

  • Fax +31 224 568490

  • Mail [email protected]

  • Web www.nrg.eu

  • ECN/NRG since May 1992

  • INIS ILO for the Netherlands since August 2008

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NRG

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NL Nuclear

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NL Nuclear – Some history

  • 1955 Reactor Centre of the Netherlands (RCN), Petten, NL  1976 Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)

    • High Flux Reactor (1958 – present): 45 MWth MTR (owned by the EC)

    • Low Flux Reactor (1960 – present): 30 kW Argonaut

  • 1957 KEMA Nuclear Physics Laboratory, Arnhem, NL

    • KEMA Suspension Test Reactor (1974 – 1977)

  • 1958 Reactor Institute Delft (Delft University), NL  196x IRI 2005 RID

    • Hoger Onderwijs Reactor (1963– present): 2 MWth MTR

  • 1963 – 1980 BARN reactor at Agricultural University of Wageningen

  • 1963 – 1969 STEK/KRITO, Petten, NL

  • 1969 – 1973 ATHENE reactor at Eindhoven University

  • October 1998 Merger of nuclear departments of ECN and KEMA into NRG– remaining parts of ECN and KEMA non-nuclear…

  • Possible sources of NCL for INIS…

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INIS liaison NL - past

  • Hillebrand Verkroost was an active INIS ILO until some time after the formation of NRG:

    • CL/NCL from ECN and other NL sources (bibliographic records)

  • After that the INIS ILO was transferred to NRG; NCL dataflow to INIS effectively stopped not long afterwards

  • Large number of bibliographic records going directly from NL-based publisher Elsevier to INIS (> 20000 per year)

  • Collection of legacy “nuclear” reports from “Petten”:

    • 249 RCN external reports 1960 - 1976

    • 225 ECN external reports 1976 - 1989

      Inserted into INIS? At least partly…

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INIS liaison NL - present

  • Large number of bibliographic records still going directly from NL-based publisher Elsevier to INIS (> 20000 per year)

  • “Gap” in NCL from NL (not only NRG!) between ~2000 and present

  • NL INIS centre is effectively 1 person, part-time: JCK since August 2008

  • In the last 10 years NRG produced approx. 500 reports per year

  • An unknown fraction (TBD) of these should have been inserted into INIS: to be done(?)

  • The question is: what to do?

  • INIS-related tasks:

    • Organise national INIS centre… (see above)

    • Input of information (!)

    • Support access to information

    • Promote INIS

  • First restart the flow of information on NCL from NRG to INIS:

    • Legacy ECN/NRG “nuclear” reports (already in INIS?) (A problem…)

    • NRG non-confidential reports from ~2000 till present (THE problem…)

    • New NRG non-confidential reports (Hillebrand Verkroost can help with this!)

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INIS liaison NL – the way forward

  • NRG is in the process of installing an Electronic Document Management System (EDMS)  NCL from NRG to INIS should be OK

    • Document (NRG reports) and metadata should be inserted in such a way (by the authors!) that export to INIS will be trivial (XML format; bibliographic data + full text): to be inserted in EDMS definiton phase

    • Not in place yet (end of 2011?)

    • Interaction/Integration with MET/CAI would be helpful

  • NL INIS centre will probably stay a 1-person, part-time operation 

    • Other NL sources of NCL should be convinced to do the same (with NRG as a good example )

    • Still no 100% coverage for other “nuclear” literature:

      What to do?

    • Data from publishers…

  • Take up the other INIS-related tasks (previous slide)

    • INIS Widget on NRG website/portal  NRG Communications department

  • Can the INIS Secretariat help with a:

    • solution for RCN/ECN legacy reports???

    • solution for NRG reports from ~2000 until present???

    • solution for legacy reports from other NL organisations (to be identified)???

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Thank you!!!

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