Ozersk

Ozersk

 

(until 1946, Darkehmen), a city and administrative center of Ozersk Raion, Kaliningrad Oblast, RSFSR. It is situated on the Angrapa River (Pregolia River basin), 32 km southeast of the Cherniakhovsk railroad station on the Nesterov-Kaliningrad line and 125 km southeast of Kaliningrad. Ozersk has a cheese plant and a technicum for mechanized agriculture.

References in periodicals archive ?
Based on the experimental data obtained at the F-1 reactor, in July 1948 in the Southern Urals (Ozersk city), the first Soviet industrial uranium-graphite reactor, called A-1, was designed to produce weapons grade plutonium [sub.94][sup.239]Pu for the first Soviet atomic bombs [2, 4].
On October 31, officials sent a second shipment of spent fuel rods from Andreeva Bay near the Norwegian border to the Mayak reprocessing plant in Ozersk, the closed city in Chelyabinsk Oblast that served as the cradle of the Soviet nuclear weapons program.
Mayak, located in the city of Ozersk, has had a number of nuclear accidents in the past, including one in 1957 that was the second largest nuclear disaster in history.
The most recent large-scale categorical research of physical growth and development of children of the town of [begin strikethrough]Ozyorsk[end strikethrough] Ozersk located in the area where there is an operating nuclear industry enterprise--[begin strikethrough]PO Mayak[end strikethrough] Mayak Production Association--was carried out in the 1980's [12]; it compared the indicators of physical growth and development of children who were the second generation descendants of employees of [begin strikethrough]PO Mayak[end strikethrough] Mayak Production Association who had been exposed or not exposed to occupational irradiation.
But at Iran's current rate of production of 20% enriched EUP, it is already piling up an inventory of higher-enriched feedstock which in relative terms would resemble the kind of surpluses which Russia has accumulated at its civilian reprocessing plant at Ozersk because Russian reactors can't burn the plutonium fast enough.
Russia has a 400-ton plant at Ozersk, and Japan is building an 800-ton plant at Rokkasho to succeed a 90-ton demonstration facility at Tokai Mura.
The deadline to pay for the 2008 services of transporting and burying the fuel near the Russian town of Ozersk is September 1, Stamenov says, adding the Institute needs another BGN 9 M by 2012 to carry out the reconstruction of the research reactor.
Mayak was one of the closed "plutonium cities" that were known by the names of nearby towns and a post office box number, such as Tomsk-7 (since renamed Seversk), Krasnoyarsk-26 (now Zheleznogorsk), and in the case of Mayak, Chelyabinsk-40 (now Ozersk).
So, at the All-Russian Student Construction Project (BCC) Peaceful Atom (Ozersk, Chelyabinsk Region), only in 2018 850 students worked, at the VSSN Cosmodrome (Uglegorsk, Amur Region) - 200 students, at BCC North "(Chayandinsky OGKM, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) - 800 students and on the VSS" Zapolyarye "(Zapolyarnoye OGKM, YNAO) - 200 students.
On account of the raging wildfires Russian authorities declared a state of emergency in the town of Ozersk, where a large Russian center for processing of nuclear materials is located.