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Kyung-Suk SUH(Professor)

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  • AffiliationKorea Atomic Energy Research Institute
  • Majors Nuclear and Radiation Safety
  • Contact Information042-868-4788
  • Major토목공학
  • DegreePh.D.
  • Highest Level of Education성균관대학교 자연과학캠퍼스
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Field of Research

Atmospheric/marine dispersion modeling and dose assessment for a radiological accident

Research Results

-  K.S.Suh et al./Numerical simulations and laboratory experiments for evaluating the characteristics of pollutant transport/Annals of Nuclear Energy/2013.3. -  K.S.Suh et al./Local scale marine modelling of Fukushima release/Marine Pollution Bulletin/2012.11. -  K.S.Suh et al./Numerical analysis of a pollutant dispersion in subsurface soil/Mathematical and Computer Modelling/2011.12

Treatise

-  Assessment in marine environment for a hypothetic nuclear accident based on the database of tidal harmonic constants[MPB,2014-10-01] -  Estimation of the radionuclides emission region using trajectory and atmospheric dispersion models [ ANNALS OF NUCLEAR ENERGY,2016-04-06] -  The behaviour of 129I released from nuclear fuel reprocessing factories in the North Atlantic Ocean and transport to the Arctic assessed from numerical modelling[ MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN,2014-10-10] -  Improvement of the wet and dry algorthm for an inundation problem using a parallel numerical model [ JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH,2014-08-12] -  Analysis of Continuing Cesium Release to the Sea from the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant until 2013[ JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH,2017-03-08] -  Atmospheric Dispersion and Sea Surface Deposition of Radionuclides by the Fukushima Nuclear Accident [ JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH,2017-03-08] -  The System of Radiation Dose Assessment and Dose Conversion Coefficients in the ICRP and FGR [방사선방어학회지,2016-10-20] -  The behaviour of 137Cs in the North Atlantic Ocean assessed from numerical modelling: Releases from nuclear fuel reprocessing factories,redissolution from contaminated sediments and leakage from dumped nuclear wastes [ MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN,2016-10-25] -  Modelling of marine radionuclide dispersion in IAEA☆ MODARIA program: Lessons learnt from the Baltic Sea and Fukushima scenarios[ SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT,2016-05-25] -  Study on the Code System for the Off-Site Consequences Assessment of Severe Nuclear Accident[방사성폐기물학회지,2016-11-15] -  Development of Three-Dimensional Trajectory Model for Detecting Source Region of the Radioactive Materials Released into the Atmosphere[방사선방어학회지,2016-03-08]