Ahn, Joonhong

Resilience: A New Paradigm of Nuclear Safety

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Table of contents

1. The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident: Entering into Resilience Faced with an Extreme Situation
Franck Guarnieri

Part I. What are Damages in Nuclear Accidents?

2. Does the Concept of Loss Orient Risk Prevention Policy?
Dominique Pecaud

3. How the Fukushima Daiichi Accident Changed (or not) the Nuclear Safety Fundamentals?
Kazuo Furuta, Taro Kanno

4. Consequences of Severe Nuclear Accidents on Social Regulations in Socio-Technical Organizations
Christophe Martin

Part II. Measurement of Damages

5. A Multiscale Bayesian Data Integration Approach for Mapping Radionuclide Contamination
Haruko Murakami Wainwright, Masahiko Okumura, Kimiaki Saito

6. Challenges for Nuclear Safety from the Viewpoint of Natural Hazard Risk Management
Tatsuya Itoi, Naoto Sekimura

7. The Economic Assessment of the Cost of Nuclear Accidents
Romain Bizet, François Lévêque

8. Considering Nuclear Accident in Energy Modeling Analysis
Ryoichi Komiyama

9. Deprivation of Media Attention by Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident: Comparison Between National and Local Newspapers
Ryuma Shineha, Mikihito Tanaka

10. Development of a Knowledge Management System for Energy Driven by Public Feedback
Massimiliano Fratoni, Joonhong Ahn, Brandie Nonnecke, Giorgio Locatelli, Ken Goldberg

Part III. Barriers Against Transition into Resilience

11. What Cultural Objects Say About Nuclear Accidents and Their Way of Depicting a Controversial Industry
Aurélien Portelli

12. Why Is It so Difficult to Learn from Accidents?
Kohta Juraku

13. Decision-Making in Extreme Situations Following the Fukushima Daiichi Accident
Sébastien Travadel

14. An Ethical Perspective on Extreme Situations and Nuclear Safety Preservation
Hortense Blazsin

15. Japan’s Nuclear Imaginaries Before and After Fukushima: Visions of Science, Technology, and Society
Kyoko Sato

16. The Institute of Resilient Communities
Kai Vetter

Part IV. Students Contributions

17. Ground Motion Prediction for Regional Seismic Risk Analysis Including Nuclear Power Station
Hiroyasu Abe

18. Effects of Inelastic Neutron Scattering in Magnetic Confinement Fusion Devices
Ivana Abramovic

19. The Account of the Fukushima Daiichi Accident by the Plant Manager: A Source to Study Engineering Thinking in Extreme Situations
Aissame Afrouss

20. On Safety Management Devices: Injunction and Order Use in Emergency Situation
Sophie Agulhon

21. The Water Neutron Detector
Alexandra (Sasha) Asghari

22. Human Error and Defense in Depth: From the “Clambake” to the “Swiss Cheese”
Justin Larouzée

23. Criticality Safety Study for the Disposal of Damaged Fuels from Fukushima Daiichi Reactors
Xudong Liu

24. Rational and Non-rational Influence in a Time-Constrained Group Decision Making
Dipta Mahardhika, Adrián Agulló Valls, Taro Kanno, Kazuo Furuta

25. Evaluation of Optimal Power Generation Mix Considering Nuclear Power Plants’ Shut-Down Risk
Hiromu Matsuzawa, Ryoichi Komiyama, Yasumasa Fujii

26. A Hybrid Finite Element and Mesh-Free Particle Method for Disaster-Resilient Design of Structures
Naoto Mitsume, Shinobu Yoshimura, Kohei Murotani, Tomonori Yamada

27. Lack of Cesium Bioaccumulation in Gelatinous Marine Life in the Pacific Northwest Pelagic Food-Web
Delvan R. Neville, Kathryn A. Higley

28. RadWatch Near-Realtime Air Monitoring (Natural Radioactive Backgrounds and Outreach)
Ryan Pavlovsky

29. Incorporating Value Discussions into High Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Policy: Results of Developing Fieldwork
Rin Watanabe

Part V. Epilogue

30. Hybrid Disasters—Hybrid Knowledge
Charlotte Mazel-Cabasse

Keywords: Environment, Effects of Radiation/Radiation Protection, Nuclear Engineering, Environmental Science and Engineering, Environmental Policy, Environmental Economics, Engineering Ethics

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