Click to increase image sizeClick to decrease image size Additional informationNotes on contributorsFilippo D’AnnucciFilippo D’Annucci (top right) [PhD, physics, University of Pisa, Italy, 1974; Dr. Ing., University of Karlsruhe, Federal Republic of Germany (FRG), 1979] has been working with the Materials and Development Core Components Group of Brown Boveri Reaktor GmbH (BBR) since 1979. He is mainly engaged in problems concerning the behavior of nuclear materials and postirradiation examination (PIE) results.Elma Beth S. PardueElma Beth S. Pardue (top left) (BS, materials engineering, North Carolina State University, 1977; MMS, material science, University of Virginia, 1980) is an engineer in the Special Materials Projects Group of the Nuclear Materials Technology Section at the Babcock & Wilcox Lynchburg Research Center. Her primary activities in this group are advanced technology research on materials and failure analysis.Wilfried RommelaereWilfried Rommelaere (bottom right) (Aggregaat HMO Mathematics, physics and economics, Torhout, Belgium, 1967) has been working with the nuclear engineering group of BBR. His main interests are the mathematical aspects of nuclear engineering problems.Günter BäroGünter Bäro (bottom left) (PhD, physics, University of Gottingen, FRG, 1971) is the supervisory engineer of the Materials and Development Core Components Group of BBR. His current interests are related to materials properties, fuel rod modeling, and PIE poolside work.C. E. MeyerC.E. Meyer (top) (MS, nuclear engineering, University of Wisconsin, 1972) is a senior engineer with Westinghouse Nuclear Technology Division. He has worked in the areas of fuel design, reactor control, and simulator operations training. He is currently involved in the development of generic emergency operating procedures (including training aspects) for Westing- house-designed pressurized water reactors (PWRs).N. P. MuellerN. P. Mueller (bottom) (MS, electrical engineering, University of Pittsburgh, 1967) is a functional analysis group manager with Westinghouse Nuclear Technology Division. He has worked in the areas of control systems design and testing, plant transient analyses, and model development and testing. He is currently involved with the integration of separate plant control systems into a single miniprocessor-based system for improved PWR load- follow capability.M. PlumierM. Plumier (photo not available) is a nuclear design group manager andM. G. WattsM. G. Watts (photo not available) is a design engineer with Westinghouse Nuclear Europe in Brussels, Belgium. Together they provided the Westinghouse interface with utility personnel as well as supporting analytical and review functions.R. LeroyR. Leroy and C. J. Saint-Mard (photos not available) are officials in the consortium Société Belgo-Française d’Energie Nucléaire Mosane, which owns and operates the Tihange PWR power plant. They were instrumental in scheduling the unit to perform the subject demonstration.C. J. Saint-MardAnton Bayer (top right) (Dipl.-Phys., 1966, Dr.-Ing., 1971, and Dr.-Ing. habil., 1978, University of Karlsruhe) worked in the field of reactor physics until 1971 and then on the radiological impact of nuclear facilities. He is a scientist at the Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe (KfK) and, since 1980, a professor at the University of Karlsruhe.Anton BayerKlaus Burkart (top left) (DipL- Phys., 1962, and Dr.-Ing., 1970, University of Karlsruhe) is a member of the Probabilistic Risk Analysis Group of the Institute for Neutron Physics and Reactor Engineering, Karlsruhe Nuclear Research Center. Initially working in the fields of experimental fast and thermal neutron physics, his main interest is now focused on emergency planning for and licensing of nuclear installations as well as on calculation of early fatalities and modeling of protective countermeasures within reactor safety studies.Klaus BurkartJoachim Ehrhardt (second from top right) (PhD, mechanical engineering, University of Karlsruhe, 1975) is a physicist at the Institut fur Neutronenphysik und Reaktortechnik, KfK. Until 1978 he was involved in the area of reactor noise analysis. He currently works on the consequence models and computer codes of the German Risk Study, especially chronic exposure pathway modeling.Joachim EhrhardtWolfgang G. Hubschmann (center left) (Dr.-Ing., Technical University of Hannover, 1962) participated in fast reactor development at Karlsruhe Nuclear Research Center from 1962 to 1969. He was transferred to General Electric Company, San Jose, California, for one and a half years to work on nuclear superheat development. Since 1969 he has worked in the Health Physics and Safety Main Department and manages the Environmental Meteorology and Theory Department. His research activities include atmospheric dispersion, radiation exposure due to routine and accidental releases, and risk analyses.Wolfgang HübschmannManfred Schuckler (third from top right) (Dipl.-Phys., University of Karlsruhe, 1973) worked at KfK on the radiological impact of nuclear facilities and developed computer codes for the German Risk Study until 1978. Since 1979 he has worked as an expert in the licensing process of nuclear facilities.Manfred SchücklerSiegfried Vogt (bottom left) (Dipl. Meteorologe, Universite of Karlsruhe, 1968) has been a scientist in the Safety Department of KfK and a coworker in the Nuclear Safety Project since 1974. He works in the Environmental Meteorology Group and is engaged in the planning and performance of atmospheric diffusion experiments with tracers or with tetroon technique. He also develops computer codes for the determination of the probability and magnitude of health impacts from hypothetical accidents occurring in nuclear power plants.Siegfried VogtWolfgang Jacobi (bottom right) (PhD, physics and biophysics, University of Frankfurt/Main, 1953) did scientific work at the Max-Planck-Institute for Biophysics in Frankfurt/ Main, Federal Republic of Germany (FRG), from 1951 to 1957. He was head of the Radiation Physics Department at theWolfgang JacobiHahn-Meitner-Institute in Berlin, FRG, from 1957 to 1972 and has been head of the Institute for Radiation Protection, Gesellschaft für Strahlen- und Umweltforschung in Munich-Neuher- berg, FRG, since 1972. He is also a professor (apl.) at the Technical University of Munich. His scientific work has been in the areas of radiation biophysics, dosimetry, and risk assessment.Herwig G. ParetzkeHerwig G. Paretzke (top right) (DP, theoretical physics, Technische Hochschule München, 1968) is head of the Risk Analysis Group in the Institut für Strahlenschutz der Gesellschaft für Strahlen- und Umweltforschung (GSF), Neuher- berg. He has been working on the quantification of low-level radiation risks and on best estimates of the dynamic transport of radionuclides through terrestrial ecosystems. Prior to his affiliation with GSF, he worked in the field of plasma physics at the Max-Plan ck-Institut für Physik, München, and at the Max- Planck-1 nstitut für Plasmaphysik, Garching. His scientific work on radiation biophysics, radiation detection, and risk assessment has led to about 70 publications.Klaus-Rüdiger TrottKlaus-Rüdiger Trott (top left) (MD, 1967) has worked in radiobiology since 1968, receiving his habilitation degree in 1974 and becoming professor of radiation biology at the University of Munich in 1980. His main fields of research are experimental cancer radiotherapy and acute and chronic health effects of radiation.Eduard HoferEduard Hofer (bottom right) (Dipl.-Math., mathematics, Technical University of Munich, FRG, 1970) is head of a mathematics group at the Gesellschaft für Reaktorsicherheit (GRS). His professional interests are in numerical analysis and probabilistics.Bernard KrzykaczBernard Krzykacz (bottom left) (Dipl.-Math., mathematics and statistics, University of Munich, FRG, 1974) participated in a research project at the Technical University of Munich from 1974 to 1978 on statistical reliability problems in civil engineering. He is presently with GRS where his research activities include probabilistic risk analysis for nuclear power plants.O. K. TallentO. K. Tallent (top) (BS, chemistry, University of Tennessee, 1966) is a chemist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). His current interests include reprocessing of liquid-metal fast breeder reactor (LMFBR) and light water reactor (LWR) fuels with particular interest in solids dissolution and liquid recycle studies.James C. MailenJames C. Mailen (PhD, chemical engineering, University of Florida, 1964) is a group leader at ORNL. His current interests include reprocessing of LMFBR and LWR fuels.Lloyd B. ThomasLloyd B. Thomas (right) (AB, University of Missouri, 1930; PhD, University of Minnesota, 1935) is professor emeritus of chemistry at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He is internationally recognized for his pioneering work on measurements of accommodation coefficients on controlled surfaces and contributions to understanding of gas/surface interactions in general. He recently presented an invited paper, "Accommodation of Molecules on Controlled Surfaces-Experimental Developments at University of Missouri 1940-1980," at the 12th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics at Charlottesville, Virginia (July 7-11, 1980). He was a visiting professor at the University of California, Berkeley from 1962 to 1963 and Oxford University from 1969 to 1970.Sudarshan K. LoyalkaSudarshan K. Loyalka (right) (BE Mech. Hons., University of Rajasthan, India, 1964; MS, 1965, and PhD, 1967, nuclear engineering, Stanford University) is a professor of nuclear engineering and James C. Dowell Professor of Engineering at the University of Missouri-Columbia. His research interests are in the areas of kinetic theory of gases, neutron transport, aerosol mechanics, and nuclear reactor physics and safety. He was a visiting scientist at Max-Planck Institut fiir Stromungsforschung, Gottingen, West Germany, from 1969 to 1971.Aart van der LindeAart van der Linde (top) (PhD, analytical chemistry, and PhD, physics, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1960) has been working at the Netherlands Energy Research Foundation in Petten since 1962. Corrosion, fuel pin manufacture, and fuel pin behavior have been the main subjects of his studies. Since 1976 his research has focused on postirradiation examinations of sphere-pac pins from light water reactors.Jacques H. N. VerheugenJacques H. N. Verheugen (engineer, chemical technology, Technical University of Delft, The Netherlands, 1959) has worked at the Netherlands Energy Research Foundation in Petten since 1959. Fuel pin design and development, in particular the use of UB4 as a burnable poison in UO2 pellets, and the fabrication and in-pile performance of sol-gel sphere-pac fuel were his main topics of research. His current interest is the development of high- temperature ceramic materials for electrodes in magnetohydro- dynamic energy conversion systems.D. William TedderD.William (Bill) Tedder [BChE, Georgia Institute of Technology (GIT), 1972; MSChE, 1973, and PhD, 1975, University of Wisconsin; PE, University of Tennessee, 1978; PE, GIT, 1981] held the position of staff engineer for four years at Oak Ridge National Laboratory where he worked on actinide partitioning flow sheets for waste management. He has been an assistant professor of chemical engineering at GIT since 1979 where he teaches chemical process and plant design, optimization, and synthesis. His research interests are in solvent extraction, waste management, process optimization, and computer modeling. He is also a consultant and has served on a number of independent review committees.Leona Marshall LibbyLeona Marshall Libby (top) (PhD, physics and chemistry, University of Chicago) has been professor of physics at New York University and the University of Colorado, and has served as adjunct professor in the experimental program of environmental science and engineering at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). The program has 60 Doctor of the Environment graduates and 40 more students in process.M. G. WurteleM. G. Wurtele (center) (PhD, meteorology, UCLA, 1953) is professor and former chairman of the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at UCLA. His research includes the areas of atmospheric dynamics, turbulence and diffusion, and remote sensing.Chris G. WhippleChris G. Whipple (bottom) (PhD, engineering, California Institute of Technology) is technical manager of the Energy Study Center at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). Previously he was manager of special studies in EPRI’s Planning Division. He has served as a codirector for a North Atlantic Treaty Organization Advanced Study Institute on technological risk assessment and has taught risk-benefit analysis for three years in a short course for college teachers.Masanobu HamasakiMasanobu Hamasaki (top) (Dr., welding, Faculty of Engineering, Osaka University, Japan, 1952) is leader of the underwater cutting of atomic reactor vessel program and has been director of the Machinery and Metal Department of the Government Industrial Research Institute (GIRI) in Shikoku since 1972. His current interests are underwater welding, underwater cutting, electron beam welding, laser welding, and laser cutting.Yasuichi MuraoYasuichi Murao (center) (applied chemical, Takamatsu Technological High School, 1942) worked in the area of underwater gas cutting and was chief researcher of the Machinery and Metal Department, GIRI, until retirement in December 1981.Fumikazu TateiwaFumi- kazu Tateiwa (bottom) (electric, Kida High School, 1959) has worked in the area of underwater arc gouging and is chief researcher of the Machinery and Metal Department, GIRL His current interest is underwater cutting.Christopher J. BleschChristopher J. Blesch (top) (BS, 1979, and MS, 1981, mechanical engineering, Ohio State University) is an engineer at the Owens/Corning Fiberglass Technical Center. His current research interests are heat and mass transfer in porous materials and thermal aspects of long-term, deep geological disposal of commercial nuclear wastes.F. A. KulackiF. A. Kulacki (center) (BS, mechanical engineering, 1963, and MS, gas engineering, 1966, Illinois Institute of Technology; PhD, mechanical engineering, University of Minnesota, 1971) is professor and chairman of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Delaware. His research interests include heat and mass transfer in geologic media due to nuclear waste repository and free convection processes spent fuel storage and disposal.R. N. ChristensenR. N. Christensen (bottom) (BS, physics, Brigham Young University, 1968; MS, mechanical engineering, Stanford University, 1970; PhD, nuclear engineering, Stanford University, 1974) is associate professor of nuclear and mechanical engineering at Ohio State University. His research interests include heat transfer problems related to mined geologic repositories for nuclear wastes, including free and forced convection in a repository drift.Charles W. ForsbergCharles W. Forsberg (BS, chemical engineering, University of Minnesota, 1969; ScD, nuclear engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1973) is a staff member of the Chemical Technology Division of Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He is a principal investigator for the Integrated Data Base project, which inventories and projects nuclear waste quantities for the U.S. Department of Energy. His current interests include methods for disposal of large volume hazardous and radioactive wastes.Jean-Louis BernardJean-Louis Bernard (top) (MS, Ingénieur Institut supérieur des Matériaux et de la construction mécanique) is currently a member of the Framatome Material Department where he is in charge of fatigue studies and research. Before coming to Framatome he worked with the Office National Etudes et Recherches Aérospatiales.Georges S. SlamaGeorges S. Slama (PhD, Ingénieur Civil des Mines) is currently manager of the Framatome research group involved in studies of the metallurgy and mechanical properties of steels and nickel-base alloys used in the pressurized water reactor pressure boundary. Before coming to Framatome he was head of a research group at the Centre des Matériaux de TEcole des Mines de Paris.Klaus RehmeKlaus Rehme (Dr.-Ing., mechanical engineering, University of Karlsruhe, BRD, 1967; Priv.-Doz., thermo- and fluid dynamics, University of Karlsruhe, 1974) has been a member of the Institute of Neutron Physics and Reactor Technology of the Karlsruhe Nuclear Research Center since 1962. He is presently head of the Thermal-Hydraulics Division. His principal research interests include fluid flow and heat transfer in noncircular channels, particularly in rod bundles of liquid-metal fast breeder reactor designs.Heinrich WerleHeinrich Werle (Dr. Ing., University of Karlsruhe, Federal Republic of Germany, 1970) is research physicist in the Institute of Neutron Physics and Reactor Technology at Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe, where he is currently working on fast reactor safety.Thiagarajan GnanasekaranThiagarajan Gnanasekaran (top) (MSc, chemistry, University of Madras, India, 1973) has been with the Reactor Research Center, Kalpakkam, since 1974. He has been working on the chemistry of sodium coolant, development of on-line monitors, and fuel-cooiant chemical interactions. Within this field of interest, he was delegated to the Kemforschungszentrum Karlsruhe (KfK) from 1979 to 1981.Hans U. BorgstedtHans U. Borgstedt (center) [Dr. Rer. Nat., chemistry, University of Karlsruhe, Federal Republic of Germany (FRG), 1959] has been with KfK since 1963 and is now section head of the Corrosion Section. His main interests are in corrosion and mechanical properties of materials in liquid metals and impurity monitoring.Günther FreesGunther Frees (bottom) (Dipl.-Ing., mechanical engineering, University of Karlsruhe, FRG, 1956) is head of a liquid-metal technology group in KfK and experienced in work with liquid sodium since 1962. His current work is related to the sodium influence on mechanical properties and loop techniques.P. A. AarnioP. A. Aarnio (top) (MS, technical physics, Helsinki University of Technology, 1978) has been working on gamma spectrum analysis, activation detectors, and hadron cascade simulations. He is currently working at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, Geneva.M. J. KoskeloM. J. Koskelo (MS, technical physics, 1976, and Dr. Techn., nuclear engineering, 1981, Helsinki University of Technology) has been working on gamma spectrum analysis programs and activation detectors. He is currently working for Canberra Industries, Inc., Connecticut.

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