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Atmospheric Transfers Modeling Section for Study of Accidents Consequences (BMCA)


The atmospheric transfers modeling section for study of accidents consequences (BMCA, ex-BMTA) consists of 9 engineers and is headed by Damien Didier.
 
 

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Context and research themes

 

Definition and development of IRSN atmospheric dispersion models and assessment of possible consequences:

  • continuous research, in collaboration with experts from scientific authorities,
  • development of models and computer-based tools,
  • studies and assessments for both IRSN and external entities. 

 

 

Specialties and researchers

 

Damien Didier, engineer and head of section

Jean-Pierre Benoit, engineer

Sylvain Girard, engineer

Jérôme Groell, engineer

Irène Korsakissok, engineer

Anne Mathieu, engineer

Denis Quelo, research engineer

Emmanuel Quentric, engineer

Olivier Saunier, engineer

Laetitia Thouron, engineer

Maryline Tombette, engineer


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Damien Didier, head of section

 

IRSN/PRP-CRI/SESUC

Atmospheric Transfers Modeling Section

BP 17
92 265 Fontenay-aux-Roses Cedex
France

 

By phone: +33 (0)1 58 35 85 68


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