For each work package, the NARSIS Project has committed to produce the following deliverables in order to ensure that the relevant commitments of the project have been made. Once officially accepted by the European Commission, all public deliverables will be freely accessible for download from this page.

WP1: Characterization of potential physical threats due to different external hazards and scenarios

D1.1: Review of state-ofthe art for hazard and multi-hazard characterisation - M12

D1.2: Improved methodologies for tsunami hazard assessment - M36

D1.3: Improved methodologies for extreme weather and flooding hazard assessment - M36

D1.4: Flooding impact on industrial facilities via advanced numerical modelling - M36

D1.5: Improved methodologies for extreme earthquake hazard assessment - M36

D1.6: Development of single and secondary effect hazard assessment methodologies including uncertainty quantification and comparison - M24

D1.7: Production of an integrated hazard framework for combined hazard scenarios for Safety Assessment - M45

D1.8: An open-source generic software tool for understanding combined hazard scenarios - M45

D1.9: Recommendations for regulators using the integrated hazard framework - M46

WP2: Fragility assessment of main NPPs critical elements 

D2.1: Inventory of the main NPPs SSC, evaluation of their importance in view of the principal safety functions and state-of-the-art on the estimation of their responses to external events - M12 (Restricted)

D2.2: Methodology to account for cumulative effects in the fragility assessment - M44

D2.3: PhD narrative on the seismic structural response of corroded RC components - M44

D2.4: Methodology to account for ageing mechanisms in the fragility assessment - M45

D2.5: Methodology to account for soil-structure interactions in the fragility assessment - M36

D2.6: Methodology to derive vector-based fragility functions I: theoretical aspects - M18

D2.7: Derivation of hazardharmonized fragility models - M45 

D2.8: Methods to incorporate human factors within a multi-hazard approach - M18

D2.9: Methodology to derive vector-based fragility functions II: applications - M45 (Restricted)

WP3: Integration and safety analysis

D3.1: Risk integration methods for high risk industries - M12

D3.2: Development of risk sub-networks for technical and social/ organizational aspects - M42

D3.3: Methodologies to constrain uncertainties in the components’modelling (causes and consequences) - M42

D3.4: Description of the approach for integration of individual subnetworks and risk interdependency - M48

D3.5: PhD narrative on the hazard integration and risk analysis for NPPs through a Bayesian approach - M54

D3.7: Improvements of flexible approaches and procedures relying on expert-based information - M36

D3.9: Use of E-BEPU for evaluation of Defence-in-Depth - M24

D3.10: Use of E-BEPU for evaluation of Design Extension Conditions - M36

D3.11: Constraining the uncertainties in the components modelling (causes and consequences) – Application to Station Blackout event - M42

WP4: Applying and comparing various safety assessment approaches on a virtual reactor

D4.1: Definition of a simplified theoretical NPP representative of the European fleet - M12 (Restricted)

D4.2: Description of a metamodelling strategy for probabilistic analyses - M35

D4.3: PhD narrative on a model reduction strategy for complex, highly nonlinear and dynamic systems, based on the Proper Generalized Decomposition and LATIN approaches - M45

D4.4: Applicability of model reduction strategies in safety analyses - M51 

D4.5: Reactor safety analysis results useful for Severe Accident analysis, considering deterministic and probabilistic approaches - M52

WP5: Supporting Tool for Severe Accident Management

D5.1: Characterization of the referential NPP for severe accident management analyses - M12 (Restricted)

D5.2: Report on characterized EOP/EDMG/SAMG - M15 (Restricted)

D5.3: Definition of hazard induced damage states and development of state-specific APETs for demonstration purposes - M24

D5.4: Supporting SAMG DM tool for demonstration purposes - M54 (Restricted)

D5.5: Use of the E-BEPU method for SAMG - M45

WP6: Dissemination and Communication activities

D6.1: Project branding, document templates, base public website and tools to support team working to link with WP7 internal Communication Plan - M3 (Restricted)

D6.2: Communication and Dissemination Plan report - M6

D6.3: Project website (activation) - M6

D6.4: Project presentation brochure - M6

D6.5: Proceedings of an international scientific workshop related to the main outcomes of NARSIS WPs 1-4 (Poland) - M30

D6.6: Proceedings of the Final Workshop (France) - M54

D6.7: Project Newsletter (emailing) - M6

D6.8: Project Newsletter (emailing) - M12

D6.9: Project Newsletter (emailing) - M18

D6.10: External Project Newsletter (e-mailing) - M25

D6.11: Internal Project Newsletter (e-mailing) - M31 (Restricted)

D6.12: External Project Newsletter (e-mailing) - M37

D6.13: Internal Project Newsletter (e-mailing) - M48 (Restricted)

D6.14: External Project Newsletter (e-mailing) - M54

D6.15: Publication of the project handbook - M54

D6.16: Education and training materials - M24

D6.17: Final plan for use and dissemination of results - M54

D6.18: Awareness and wider societal implication - M54


These deliverables are also made publically available by the European Commission on the CORDIS Website.

Dernière mise à jour le 06.03.2024