Energorisk will participate in the WPs 1 and 3 to 6.

Description of the organization

ENERGORISK Ltd is a nuclear service oriented company, founded in 1992, which provides services on nuclear facilities safety analysis, risk assessment, design works and associated peer review activities. The company products are expert and consulting services; research and developments; design works; analytical and computational studies in the area of safety assessments for potentially hazardous industrial facilities. Activities of Energorisk, Ltd. mainly relate to safety and security of various types of nuclear facilities: nuclear power plants (NPPs); research reactors and facilities; spent fuel storage facilities; nuclear fuel cycle facilities; radioactive waste management, addressing different stages of their life cycles (construction, commissioning, operation, decommissioning, etc.).

During over 25 years of intense activity, the company has established itself as a leader in the field of safety assessment of nuclear facilities in Ukraine. It completed many tens of major research projects on orders of NPPs, Ukrainian National Nuclear Operator “Energoatom” and Operators of other nuclear facilities, and a number of large-scale international projects for all NPPs in Ukraine. It also provided services to a number of foreign and international customers – European Commission, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and its Laboratories, IAEA, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and several well-known European nuclear engineering companies and institutions. Today "Energorisk” performs the following: comprehensive safety analysis of nuclear reactor facilities, spent fuel storage and nuclear fuel cycle facilities with the use of modern analytical software and advanced deterministic and probabilistic methods of research; development of safety analysis reports and conducting research and analyses to justify long-term operation of NPPs and other nuclear facilities; development of the design and operational documentation for nuclear facilities, upgrade of safety important equipment and systems; analytical and scientific and technical support activities for the nuclear operators and regulatory authority, development of design and operational documentation; deterministic analyses on nuclear and radiation safety including analyses of design basis accidents, beyond design basis accidents (design extension conditions) and severe accidents; emergency response and accident management, development and justification of emergency procedures and severe accident management guidelines; full-scope probabilistic safety (risk) assessments (PSA), PSA application and risk-informed decision making; external and internal hazards evaluation; radiation protection, environmental impact assessment of nuclear installations on the environment and population; scientific and technical support for decommissioning and radioactive waste management.

Permanent staff is educated and trained in modern Western methodology of safety analysis, using specialized safety analysis software. Staff is certified in the established order on knowledge of Ukrainian regulations and standards on nuclear and radiation safety. Leading Energorisk specialists have many-year experience of participating in large international research projects, including IAEA co-ordinated research projects, US DOE In-depth Safety Assessment projects, EC Instrument for Nuclear Safety Cooperation (INSC), FP7 and Euratom H2020.

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WP 1

State-of-the-art of quantitative assessment of ageing of concrete SSC


WP 2

Corrosion assessment of embedded liners in concrete



WP 3

Characterization, prediction, and monitoring of internal swelling reactions in concrete

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WP 4

Delayed strains of containment buildings in operational and accidental conditions


WP 5

Assessing the performance of irradiated concrete


WP 6

Dissemination, communication and training



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