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ISBN 109201004974
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Characterization of radioactive waste forms and packages. Vienna: International Atomic Energy Agency, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: International Atomic Energy Agency, ISBN: Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents. Categories of waste forms and packages-- basis for waste characterization-- important parameters of waste packages-- overview of the characterization process-- sampling-- characteristics related to radioactivity-- chemical characteristics-- physical characteristics-- mechanical characteristics-- thermal.

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IAEA Technical Reports Series no. Author: International Atomic Energy Agency. Buy Characterization of Radioactive Waste Forms and Packages by International Atomic Energy Agency from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Different types of radioactive waste follow different processing routes schematically shown in Fig.

for solid and in Fig. for liquid radioactive wastes. After characterization, the radioactive waste is first processed, then stored and disposed of [].Processing of radioactive waste includes any operation that changes the characteristics of radioactive waste and includes pre-treatment Author: M.I.

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Use the facets to input your search criteria or the text field to search by title, keyword, ISBN, ISSN or series number. Apply filter. Apply filter. Apply filter. Apply filter. Apply filter. Flynn, L. Jardine and M. Steindler, “Method for Determining Leach Rates of Simulated Radioactive Waste Forms, ” American Chemical Society Symposium on “Radioactive Waste in Geologic Storage,” ACS Symposium Series Vol.

- ACS National Meeting in Cited by: 4. Over the past 25 years nuclear waste has been stored in tanks as a liquid. However, it is agreed world-wide that the waste must be solidified for long-term storage in geologic formations.

The solid forms must have certain qualities which make their interim storage and ultimate disposal technologically feasible, safe and economically attractive Cited by: @article{osti_, title = {Waste forms, packages, and seals working group summary}, author = {Sridhar, N and McNeil, M B}, abstractNote = {This article is a summary of the proceedings of a group discussion which took place at the Workshop on the Role of Natural Analogs in Geologic Disposal of High-Level Nuclear Waste in San Antonio, Texas on JulyThe basic steps for effective management of radioactive waste are part of a global system, ranging from waste generation to final disposal are: minimization of radioactive waste, pretreatment, characterization, treatment, conditioning, transport, storage and disposal (IAEA, ; Figure 2).Cited by: 4.

This book provides a comprehensive and systematic reference on the various options available and under development for the treatment and Characterization of Radioactive Waste Forms and Packages book of radioactive wastes.

The book opens with an introductory chapter on radioactive waste characterization and selection of conditioning technologies. Characterization of radioactive waste gives important waste material parameters and enables its classification according to national regulations.

The need to ensure the long term performance of radioactive waste forms is a key driver of the development of advanced conditioning technologies.

The Handbook of advanced radioactive waste. Composite Materials for the Improvement of Radioactive Waste Containers: Structures and Characterization radioactive waste packages.

percent release of cement — waste forms by a. Uncertainty quantification applied to the radiological characterization of radioactive waste Article (PDF Available) in Applied Radiation and Isotopes June with Reads. quality assurance programme for radioactive waste packages, as described in Ref.

[7]. SCOPE This report is intended to serve as a source of guidance on current practices and methods for maintaining records of waste packages produced through various phases of the waste management process from waste.

Waste Profile Form: Paper form that the waste generator must complete to identify and document properly the characterization of any solid, liquid, hazardous, radioactive, or mixed waste. The Waste Profile Form must provide a complete and concise description of the waste, including details of the generating process.

Radioactive waste management and contaminated site clean-up reviews radioactive waste management processes, technologies, and international experiences.

Part one explores the fundamentals of radioactive waste including sources, characterisation, and processing strategies. 6 Waste Forms and Disposal Environments. The first charge of the statement of task for this study (see Box in Chapter 2) calls on the National Academies to identify and describe “Essential characteristics of waste forms that will govern their performance within relevant disposal study will focus on disposal systems associated with high-cost waste streams.

Purchase Handbook of Advanced Radioactive Waste Conditioning Technologies - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNCharacterization process is being conducted in accordance with recommendations given in Characterization of Radioactive Waste Forms and Packages issued by International Atomic Energy Agency, It means that radiological, chemical, physical, mechanical, biological and thermal properties of the raw wastes, waste forms and waste packages have.

Characterization of radioactive waste forms and packages [] Vienna: International Atomic Energy Agency, Categories of waste forms and packages-- basis for waste characterization-- important parameters of waste packages-- overview of the characterization process-- sampling-- characteristics related to radioactivity-- chemical.

Get this from a library. Handbook of advanced radioactive waste conditioning technologies. [Michael I Ojovan;] -- Annotation Conditioning technology is essential to the nuclear fuel cycle for the immobilisation and encapsulation of spent nuclear fuels and radioactive wastes, forming the initial engineer.

Radioactive alkali fluoride salts are generated during the operation of molten salt reactors (MSRs) and reprocessing of their spent fuel, and appear in the form of fluidity granule, or powder. In order to prevent the radionuclides from being released into the environment (especially, via exposure to water), it is necessary to develop a new technology for the temporary storage or final disposal Cited by: 2.

Cement-Based Materials for Nuclear-Waste Storage provides a roadmap for the use of cementation as an applied technique for the treatment of low- and intermediate-level radioactive wastes. Coverage includes, but is not limited to, a comparison of cementation with other solidification techniques, advantages of calcium-silicate cements over other.

Waste that contains or is contaminated with radionuclides arises from a number of activities involving the use of radioactive material. Such activities include the operation and decommissioning of nuclear facilities; the use of radionuclides in medicine, industry, agriculture, research and education; the remediation of sites affected by radioactive residues from.

KEYWORDS: nuclear-waste characterization, destructive and non-destructive testing of radioactive waste forms, quality assurance of nuclear waste, safe disposal of radioactive waste. Introduction IN the early s, quality assurance (QA) policies were introduced in the field of nuclear-waste management.

The European Commission (EC). nuclear-waste characterization, destructive and non-destructive testing of radioactive waste forms, quality assurance of nuclear waste, safe disposal of radioactive waste Introduction I n the early s, quality assurance (QA) policies were introduced in the field of nuclear-waste by: 1.

This guide identifies methods to determine the physical and chemical characteristics of radioactive and/or hazardous wastes before a waste is processed at high temperatures, for example, vitrification into a homogeneous glass,glass-ceramic, or ceramic waste form.

This includes waste forms produced by ex-situ vitrification (ESV), in-situ. for its radioactive wastes and plans to have a LLW and ILW repository constructed by Berlin and Stanton13 published a book that provided a com prehensive review of the issues associated with radioactive waste disposal, including radwaste generation, radioactive waste forms, disposal alternatives, and repository siting considera tions.

The characterization of the waste(s) recommended in this guide can be used to (1) choose and develop the appropriate thermal treatment methodology, (2) determine if waste pretreatment is needed prior to thermal treatment, (3) aid in development of thermal treatment process control, (4) develop surrogate waste formulations, (5) perform.

The radioactive waste technology programme focused on: the handling, processing and disposal and storage of A CRP on the behaviour of high level waste forms and packages in simulated repository conditions was concluded. Areas of study included optimizing the characterization, remediation strategies, technologies.

Radioactive Material Labels Radioactive White-I – applied to packages with a surface dose rate of equal to or less than millirem/hr. Radioactive Yellow-II - applied to packages with a surface dose rate of equal to or less than 50 millirem/hr or equal to or less than 1 millirem/hr at 1 meter.

31 Comparative study on the use of self-shielded packages or 3 returnable shielding for the land disposal of radioactive wastes. Fitzpatrick, P5 Radioactive waste management strategies for the nuclides tritium, carbon, krypton, and iodine in the Federal Republic of Germany organic matrix waste forms.

C Phillips. RMAxml Guide to the Robert O. Pohl papers, Pohl, Robert O. papers, Compiled by Maria Keating Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library Nov. 11, physc. Finding aid encoded by Peter Martinez Nov. 11, converted from EAD to EAD Guide to the Robert O.

Pohl Papers. Radioactive wastes are generated during nuclear fuel cycle operation, production and application of radioisotope in medicine, industry, research, and agriculture, and as a byproduct of natural resource exploitation, which includes mining and processing of ores, combustion of fossil fuels, or production of natural gas and oil.

To ensure the protection of human health and the Cited by: Files include correspondence relating to Pohl's sabbatic leave, research including communications with international colleagues and correspondence with his graduate students; notes on energy which comprise reference files of clippings and handwritten notations; published reports on nuclear waste and waste sites, contaminated and non-contaminated sites, high.

Geological disposal is the preferred option for the final storage of high-level nuclear waste and spent nuclear fuel in most countries. The selected host rock may be different in individual national programs for radioactive-waste management and the engineered barrier systems that protect and isolate the waste may also differ, but almost all programs are considering an engineered by: The purpose of the SCP was threefold: (1) To describe the site, and the preliminary designs for the repository and the waste packages in sufficient detail to form the basis for the site characterization program; (2) to identify issues to be resolved during site characterization and present the strategy for resolving the issues; and (3) to.

The publications in the IAEANuclear Energy Series provide information in the areas of nuclear power, nuclear fuel cycle, radioactive waste management and decommissioning, and on general issues that are relevant to all of the above mentioned areas.

The structure of the IAEA Nuclear Energy Series comprises three levels: 1 — Basic Principles and.U.S. Public Law 97–, the Nuclear Waste Policy Act ofprovides for the deep geologic disposal of high-level radioactive waste through a system of multiple barriers.

These barriers include engineered barriers designed to prevent the migration of radionuclides out of the engineered system, and the geologic host medium that provides an additional transport barrier .Characterization of Radioactive Waste Forms and Packages, Technical Reports Series No.International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna,pages, ISBN o, US$ 55 This report provides guidance on the determination and verification of key waste characteristics, and covers all parameters of waste forms and packages needed to.

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