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Development of a pelleted waste form for high-level ICPP zirconia wastes
K. M. Lamb
by Dept. of Energy, Idaho Operations Office, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Idaho Falls, Idaho, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by K. M. Lamb, Allied Chemical Corporation, Idaho Chemical Programs - Operations Office, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory ; prepared for the Department of Energy ....|
|Series||ICP ; 1185, ICP -- 1185.|
|Contributions||Cole, H. S. 1923-, United States. Dept. of Energy., Idaho National Engineering Laboratory., Allied Chemical Corporation. Idaho Chemical Programs Operations Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Idaho Chemical Programs Operations Office.]. Simulated high-level ICPP zirconia waste calcine is pelletized on a cm-diam pelletizer using 5% bentonite, 2% metakaolin, and 2% boric acid for solids binders and 7M phosphoric and 4M nitric acid as the liquid binders.
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The underlying objective of the waste form is to keep the radionuclides in one place in a stable form so that we can monitor, to a certain extent, the approximate condition of the radionuclides, i.e., how much of such nuclides exist in what form and by: 6.
Figure is an attempt to unify the development of vitreous waste forms by year and country since the late s. The historical development of the glass formulations and the importance of a whole systems evaluation (waste form performance vs.
processing aspects) will be summarized below with special reference to the development in the by: 7. An International Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Facility: Exploring a Russian Site as a Prototype: Proceedings of an International Workshop () Chapter: Utilization of High-Level Waste -- Types of High-Level Radioactive Wastes Formed as a Result of Dry Methods of Spent Fuel Regeneration and Technologies for their Management.
Cement-based mixtures have a long history of use for immobilization of low-level radioactive wastes (Moore et al., ; Moore, ). The conventional immobilization process incorporates waste in a mixture of portland cement, clays, bases, and water. Upon drying or thermal treatment, mineral phases.
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ceramic waste form. In the past, processing of the ceramic waste form has been accomplished at high temperatures (up to OC) and high pressures (up to 25, psi) using a hot isostatic press (HIP). However, research into the use of Pressureless Consolidation (PC) has been conducted in the last two years as an alternative to HIPing.
WAPS Waste Acceptance Product Specifications WASRD Waste Acceptance System Requirements Document WCP Waste Form Compliance Plan WTP (Hanford) Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant WVDP West Valley Demonstration Project XAFS X. The addition of industrial waste but similar earth materials like clay, shale, and sand may help curve depletion of natural resources and provide a safe disposal for industrial waste [7, 8.
Simulated high-level ICPP zirconia waste calcine is pelletized on a cm-diam pelletizer using 5% bentonite, 2% metakaolin, and 2% boric acid for solids binders and 7M phosphoric and 4M nitric Author: Ankit Goyal. 1 Transuranic (TRU) waste is waste (excluding high-level waste and certain other waste types) contaminated with alpha-emitting radionuclides that are heavier than uranium with half-lives greater than 20 years and occur in concentrations greater than JOO nanocuries per gram.
High level of odour, dust and litter because waste is not covered. High levels of particulate matter and toxic fumes from burning waste. Health and Safety 1. Risks from water-borne diseases. Potential for the spread of communicable diseases via pests, i.e.
Dengue, Rabies, Malaria etc. Contact with clinical and industrial wastes. Size: KB. Cemented wastes to be stored for a long time are investigated using physicochemical and microbiological methods of analysis. It is determined that the cement compound containing radioactive wastes conforms to the regulations pertaining to strength and radionuclide leach rate.
No effects due to natural factors in the form of filtering waters and temperature differentials on the change in the Cited by: The unreasonable development patterns have brought certain environmental pollution.
How to reduce pollution to the minimum and to make some reasonable economic use is a significant subject in the field of Waste disposal and resource recovery. This article is. Trash compaction reduces the volume of wastes in a landfill, but also reduces the rate of decomposition of organic matter.
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As well as this decommissioning activity, a confluence of factors—the desire to minimize radioactive waste inventories, the limited availability of geologically stable repository sites in many regions, and the priority given to high-level waste for burial and storage—could lead to .Guidelines for co-processing of alternative fuels and raw materials and treatment of organic hazardous wastes in cement kilns Dr.
Kåre Helge Karstensen April Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research, Norway Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand The fundamental and overarching principle of theseFile Size: KB.Cementing our understanding of nuclear waste glass durability in high pH disposal environments Colleen Mann 1, Daniel J.
Backhouse 1, Adam J. Fisher 1, Jeremy Eskelsen 2, Karine Ferrand 3, Karel Lemmens 3, Eric Pierce 2, Neil C.
Hyatt 1, Russell J. Hand 1 and Claire L. Corkhill 1 * 1 NucleUS Immobilisation Science Laboratory, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of.