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SARNET in the broader context of the Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform M. Hugon European Commission DG Research - J – 2 E-mail: Michel.Hugon@ec.europa.eu ERMSAR 2008, Nesseber (Bulgaria) – September 23 - 25, 2008 Euratom FP7 in nuclear fission and radiation protection

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SARNET in the broader context of the Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform

M. Hugon

European Commission

DG Research - J – 2

E-mail: Michel.Hugon@ec.europa.eu

ERMSAR 2008, Nesseber (Bulgaria) – September 23 - 25, 2008

outline
Euratom FP7 in nuclear fission and radiation protection

Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform (SNE-TP)

Interaction with other EU bodies

CEG-SAM and international cooperation in FP7

OUTLINE
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Euratom research budget

€ Million

4 years

5 years!

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Euratom FP7: fission & radiation protection

  • Management of radioactive waste:
  • Geological disposal
  • Partitioning & Transmutation
  • Key cross-cutting activities:
  • Research infrastructures
  • Human resources, mobility & training

SNE ITP

  • Reactor systems:
  • Nuclear installation safety
  • Advanced nuclear systems
  • Radiation protection:
  • Risk from low doses
  • Medical uses of radiation
  • Emergency management
fp7 euratom work programme reactor systems p t
Results of 2nd Call FP7 - Fission - 2008

Nuclear installation safety

Sustainable integration of European research on severe accident phenomenology and management SARNET 2

Numerical coupling of safety-related phenomena NURISP

Prediction of irradiation effects on reactor pressure vessel, internals and/or claddings using multi-scale simulation tools PERFORM 60

Structural integrity assessment for safety and lifetime management of the reactor coolant system piping and components (other than the pressure vessel)

Risk-informed methodologies for plant life management

Advanced nuclear systems + P&T

CP-ESFR, FAIRFUELS, CDT

FP7- EURATOM Work ProgrammeReactor Systems + P&T
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Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform (SNE-TP)

Launched in Brussels

on 21/09/07

A vision report

endorsed by

35 European organisations

www.snetp.eu

sne tp strategic research agenda
SNE-TP: Strategic Research Agenda

Lifetime management ;

Harmonisation nuclear safety practices

Improvement fuel-cycle economy

Gen. II-III LWRs

2010-12

Sodium cooled reactor prototype

Development of alternative technology for FNR (lead or gas)

Optimisation design for First of a Kind Reactor

2010-20

2010-20

2020-40

Gen. IV FNRs

R&D key technologies (fuel, material, power conversion, H2 production)

Construction VHTR prototype

New applications

2015-20

Selection of technologies for closed fuel cycle

Fuel manufacture workshop

Optimisation fuel cycle facilities in support of FNR

2010-12

2012-17

2020-40

Advanced

recycling

sne tp strategic research agenda11
New nuclear large research infrastructures

Jules Horowitz Material Testing Reactor (JHR)

PALLAS: production of medical radioisotopes

MYRRHA: fast neutron facility

Education, training and knowledge management

Working group set up in April 2008

Cross-cutting topics

Structural materials

Pre-normative research, codes and norms

Modelling, simulation and methods

Fuel research

Safety

SNE-TP: Strategic Research Agenda
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Interaction with other EU bodies

HLG

(Safety & Waste Management)

Technological Platforms

(R&D – FP7)

FORUM

(Governance & Finance)

european nuclear energy forum enef
Created to have a transparent debate on nuclear energy in the EU

Meetings: Bratislava (Nov. 2007), Prague (May 2008), Bratislava (Nov. 2008)

3 working groups:

Opportunities

Competitiveness

Financing models

Risks

Safety harmonisation ⇔ ASAMPSA2 ??

Waste disposal

Training and education

Transparency

Better Information

Building Trust & Confidence

Best Practices

European Nuclear EnergyForum (ENEF)
high level group on nuclear safety and management of spent fuel and radioactive waste
Three working groups

Nuclear Safety (Chair. M. Weightman, UK)

Openness and Transparency

Radioactive Waste Management and Decommissioning

EU Initiatives where added value

Reports to Council and EP

High Level Group on Nuclear Safety and Management of Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste
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ISTC/STCU Contact Expert Groupon Severe Accident Management (CEG–SAM)

  • CEG-SAM created in 2002 to review project proposals, give recommendations to GBs, monitor funded projects, promote possibilities of future research
  • Interaction between SARNET (FP6) and CEG-SAM (ISTC/STCU) well established according to document entitled “Interaction between EC-SARNET and CEG-SAM activities”, which was endorsed by the CEG-SAM at its 7th meeting in Cologne and by the EC-SARNET Governing Board in Paris, both in 2005
    • Results of SARNET activities periodically presented to CEG-SAM members
    • Transmission of ISTC/STCU proposals and project reports related to SAM to SARNET topical co-ordinators
    • Experimental results of ISTC/STCU projects used for development of knowledge as part of SARNET Joint Programme of Activities (JPA)
status of ceg sam in september 2008
Quitesuccessful since its launching in April 2002

4 ISTC projects funded and completed

8 ISTC projects funded and running (out of which 3 are completed)

2 ISTC proposals selected for funding in 2008 under negotiation

Topics covered: corium, source term, ASTEC

Excellent interaction with SARNET

4 papers presented at ERMSAR 2008

Status of CEG-SAMin September 2008
future trend for istc and stcu funding from ec
2007: ~ 25 M€

2008: ~ 15 M€

2009: ~ 8 M€ ?? (EC proposal to Member States; results in 2 to 3 weeks)

Basic annual cost of ISTC + STCU: ~ 6 M€

Next STCU Governing Board: 20/11/2008

Next ISTC Governing Board: 11/12/2008

Future trend for ISTC and STCU funding from EC
fp7 euratom work programme nuclear fission and radiation protection international cooperation
Basic principle:

Mutual benefit → sharing of the cost

Direct participation of third country partners in Euratom FP projects (exceptionally with or mainly without financial contribution from Euratom)

“Coordinated calls” mechanism → joint or coordinated projects resulting from a structured dialogue with a third country

FP7 - EURATOM Work ProgrammeNuclear Fission and Radiation Protection International Cooperation
fp7 euratom work programme nuclear fission and radiation protection cooperation with russia
Example of structured dialogue in the Euratom – ROSATOM Working Group

Principle: moving from “assistance” to “collaboration approach”

Subjects for which cooperation is essential (eligibility criterion):

Development of common ground for cooperation in nuclear education, training and knowledge management

Advanced simulation tools for Gen-IV fast neutron reactors (KORSAR – JOKER – NURESIM)

Containment thermalhydraulics of current and future LWRs for severe accident management (KMS – PANDA – MISTRA)

Molten salt reactor

FP7 - EURATOM Work ProgrammeNuclear Fission and Radiation Protection Cooperation with Russia
fp7 euratom work programme nuclear fission and radiation protection cooperation with russia20
3rd Call Fission - 2009

Call Identifier: FP7 - Fission - 2009

Date of publication: 05th December 2008

http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/euratom-fission/news-events_en.html

Call deadline:21st April 2009

Evaluation of proposals: June 2009

Indicative budget (M€): 48.9

This Work Programme calls for the cooperative actions that will be financed by Euratom

Both parties, Euratom and Russian partners, will develop together the separate Euratom and Russian proposals, as well as the coordination mechanism

FP7 - EURATOM Work ProgrammeNuclear Fission and Radiation Protection Cooperation with Russia
future of ceg sam
Continue its previous tasks with ISTC/STCU projects and interaction with SARNET/SARNET 2

Include in CEG-SAM co-ordinated projects financed by Euratom and ROSATOM following the 3rd call Fission – 2009 to be published on 5/12/2008

Enlarge the scope of the “CEG SAM” to a “CEG on Safety and Accident Management” to be part of the Euratom – ROSATOM Working Group

Investigate the possibility of establishing a structured dialogue between Euratom and Ukraine

Future of CEG-SAM
conclusion
SARNET 2  important R&D project in the “safety” cross-cutting topic of SNE-TP, which covers all reactor systems

Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) to be finalised in 2009

1st General Assembly in Brussels on 26/11/08

Broadening of the scope of the “CEG SAM” to a “CEG on Safety and Accident Management”

 3rd call of Euratom FP7 published on 5/12/08 (deadline: 21/4/09)

SARNET 2  Durable Integration Structure (DIS)

How many organisations will use ASTEC in the future ?

When SAM issues for Gen II and Gen III reactors are closed down, the SARNET 2 community should address SAM issues in Gen-IV systems

FISA Conference in Prague (22 – 26 June 2009)

CONCLUSION