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Researches and Publications

IMMSP-UCEWP team was established in 1986 as a unit for the simulation of radionuclide transport in surface and subsurface water after the Chernobyl accident. The developed for this task codes are included now into the several EU decision support systems for offsite nuclear emergency ( RODOS, POSEIDON). During last years the team diversifies its activities. Now the main fields of the activities include the development and implementation of following models (the references in the brackets only to the publications of the last four years, the full texts of them can be downloaded from this page)

  • 1-D, 2- D and 3- D models of the currents, thermodynamics, sediment transport an waves in rivers, reservoirs, lakes, cooling ponds of the power plants, coastal areas of the seas [ 1-7].
  • 2-D runoff model for small watersheds [8].
  • 1-D, 2- D and 3- D models of radionuclide transport in surface water [ 1- 4,8]. The models were tested and implemented for the different kinds of the water bodies in Ukraine [1-4,9], Siberia [11], Lithuania, Slovak Republic, Germany [ 12 ], Greece [13], for the Black, North and Baltic seas [14,15], Mediterranean straits [16].
  • 1-D, 2- D and 3- D models of water quality and eutrophication [7,17]
  • Model of the oil spills in the seas [18]
  • Model of the radionuclide uptakes in the marine organisms [19].
  • Models of water and radionuclide transport in vadose zone and groundwater [20,21]
  • Model of toxic heavy gas dispersion in boundary layer [22]
  • Adaptation for the Ukrainian territory of the PSU/NCAR mesoscale numerical weather prediction system MM5 and its coupling with radionuclide atmospheric dispersion model [23]

There are provided researches on the purification of the numerical algorithms, and development of the methods of the assimilation of the monitoring data in the numerical models on the basis of Kalman filtering procedures and adjoint equations. The developed methods and models are implemented into the decision support systems [12-15, 17, 23].

  1. RIVTOX - one dimensional model for the simulation of the transport of radionuclides in a network of river channels - Zheleznyak M., Donchyz G., Hygynyak V., Marinetz A., Lyashenko G., Tkalich P. - RODOS Report RODOS-WG4-TN(97)05, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe. , 2000
  2. Assessment of doses to potential exposure groups from collapse of the Chernobyl cooling pond dam S Kivva, N.Dzjuba, A.Dvorzhak, M.Zheleznyak, Annex 3 to the Report for European Commission (EC) Directorate-General ENV.3: 'Drawing up and evaluating remediation strategies for the Chernobyl cooling pond'" , Report for European Commission (EC) Directorate-General ENV.3 Project No ENV.C.2/SER/2000/ 0064 NNC Limited, UK, 2002
  3. Three-dimensional model of radionuclide dispersion in the estuaries and shelf seas. Koziy L., Maderich V., Margvelashvili N., Zheleznyak M. J. Environmental Modeling and Software. 1998, 13 (5/6), 413-420.
  4. 3-D numerical modelling of mud and radionuclide transport in the Chernobyl Cooling Pond and Dnieper - Boog Estuary. -N. Margvelashvili, V. Maderich, S.Yus?henko and M. Zheleznyak In: Fine Sediments Dynamics in the Marine Environment ed. J.C. Winterwerp and C. Kranenburg, Elsevier, 2002, p. 595-610.
  5. A non-hydrostatic numerical model for calculating of free-surface stratified flows in the coastal sea.Yu. Kanarska, V.Maderich , Book of Extended Abstracts of 11th International Biennial Conference on Physics of Estuaries and Coastal Seas, PECS-2002, Hamburg, September 17-20, 2002
  6. The influence of different parameterisations of meteorological forcing and turbulence schemes on modelling of eutrophication processes in a 3D model of estuary. V. Maderich , O. Nesterov, S. Zilitinkevich PECS-2002, Hamburg, September 17-20, 2002
  7. Spatial redistribution of radionuclides within catchments: development of GIS-based models for decision support systems. S.Kivva, M.Zheleznyak, Reportfor EU Inco-Copernicus Programme, project SPARTACUS, IMMSP, Kiev, 1999
  8. Simulation of radionuclide fluxes from the Dnieper-Bug Estuary into the Black Sea. Margvelashvili N., Maderich V. and Zheleznyak M. - J. Environmental Radioactivity, 1999, 43, (2), 157-171.
  9. Comparative analyses of different modelling approaches to simulate radionuclide transport through the Dnieper reservoirs based on extremal flood 1999 scenario. O. Voitsekhovich, M.Zheleznyak , L.Monte , - In: Brechignac F (ed.). Radioprotection. Proc. Volume I of the International Congress: The Radioecology - Ecotoxicology of Continental and Estuarine Environments ECORAD 2001, Aix-en-Provence, France, 3-7 September, 2001. Radioprotection - colloques 2002; 37
  10. Modelling of the seasonal dynamics of the water masses, ice and radionuclide transport in the large Siberian river estuaries V.Maderich, N.Dziuba, V.Koshebutsky , M.Zheleznyak, V.Volkov. In: PECS-2002
  11. Hydrological Dispersion Module of the Decision Support System RODOS. - M.Zheleznyak , R.Heling , W.Raskob In ECORAD-2001.
  12. Reconstruction of land-to-sea radionuclide flux by Poseidon/Rodos model chain: the Thermaikos Gulf case. Popov A., Catsaros N., Maderich V., Yushenko S, In ECORAD-2001
  13. POSEIDON/RODOS model for radiological assessment of marine environment after accidental releases: application to coastal areas of the Baltic, Black and North seas. S. Lepicard, R. Heling, V. Maderich In: Proc. "In situ nuclear metrology as a too l for radioecology" IRE, 10-12 June 2002, Fleurus, Belgium
  14. Assessment of radionuclide contamination in the Black Sea using Poseidon/Rodos system. Veleva B. Koziy L. Yushchenko S., Maderich V. Mungov G. In ECORAD-2001
  15. Reconstruction and prediction of radionuclide transport in the Mediterranean sea chain V. Maderich J. Environmental Radioactivity 43 (1999) 205-219
  16. Water quality modeling to support the operation of the Kakhovka Reservoir, Dnieper River, Ukraine. - J. Hoybye, L. Iritz, M. Zheleznyak, V. Maderich, R.Demchenko, N. Dziuba, G. Donchitz, V. Koshebutsky, In Proc. Hydroinformatics-2002, Cardiff, UK, June , 2002
  17. The modelling system for simulation of the oil spills in the Black Sea - I. Brovchenko, A. Kuschan, V. Maderich, M. Zheleznyak - Abstracts Book of the 3rd EuroGOOS Conference (Athens 3-6 December 2002).
  18. On the dynamical uptake model developed for the uptake of radionuclides in marine organisms for the Poseidon-R model system. Heling R., Koziy L., Bulgakov V. In ECORAD-2001.
  19. SUSTOX - A Numerical Simulator for Fluid and Species Transport in the Subsurface. - S.Kivva, - RODOS Report RODOS(WG4)-TN(99)06 ,Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe. , 2000
  20. GROWTOX - A Numerical Simulator for Shallow Groundwater Flow and Species Transport in the Subsurface. - S.Kivva, - RODOS Report RODOS(WG4)-TN(99)07, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe. , 2000
  21. Numerical simulation of the dense gas plume effects on the atmospheric boundary layer structure. I. Kovalets, V. Maderich Proc. of Int. Conf. "Organized Vortical Motion As a Basis for Boundary Layer Control ", Kiev,2000. -p.32
  22. Implementation in Ukraine of the RODOS System for Off-Site Emergency Preparedness and Response. - W.Lins. M.Zheleznyak (Eds,) Chapters from the Report on Tacis project TA REG 02/3, Kiev, June , 2002



 
     
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