Now that the majority of NNUF facilities are open and accepting an increasing number of users, the measurable impact of NNUF is growing significantly.
This page will be updated regularly with Scopus data, case studies and other examples of impact.
|Research outputs acknowledging support from NNUF (as of 25.04.23)|
|# of papers identified in Scopus||103|
|# of citations to these papers||588|
|H index of NNUF funding||14|
In February and April 2022, the Lyra robot carried out a survey of the 140m-long underfloor duct which runs under the central corridor between the laboratories.
The technology was developed by teams at Dounreay, the Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in Nuclear (RAIN) Hub and FIS360, and was made available for the survey through the National Nuclear User Facility's Hot Robotics programme.
Now the characterisation survey is complete, a comprehensive picture of the duct will help make informed decisions on how the duct should be decommissioned.
Nuclear Decommissioning Authority: Annual Report and Accounts 2021 to 2022 - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)