USE OF CLASSICAL DECISION-MAKING CRITERIA TO CHOOSE MEASURES TO DECREASE ECONOMIC LOSSES DUE TO NUCLEAR AND RADIATION ACCIDENTS

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Abstract

Classical decision-making criteria are used to choose measures to decrease the economic losses due to possible nuclear and radiation accidents occurring when spent nuclear fuel is removed from nuclear-powered submarines and stored during submarine salvaging operations. The economic losses are chosen as the optimization index. As an illustration of the proposed approach, three scenarios of possible accidents and a limited number of measures to lessen their consequences are examined. Analysis of classical criteria is used as a basis for choosing an optimal strategy for decreasing the economic losses.

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