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  • Sand Stone And Cement Ratio

    Sand Stone And Cement Ratio

    Ratio Of Sand Stone In Cementation Radioactive Waste. Void ratio of crushed stonewoneninschoonoordnl. void ratio of crushed stoneCrusher Manufacturer ratio of sand stone in cementation radioactive waste (Crusher Run Dense Graded Aggregates for roadway base and subbase) processed blends of crushed stone and Inquiry void ratio crushed

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  • Radiation resistant concrete for applications in nuclear

    Radiation resistant concrete for applications in nuclear

    In addition it was tested for compressive strength and permeability important for nuclear infrastructure. The studied mixture had a high water to cement ratio of 0.56 which likely resulted in the high measured permeability yet the mixture also showed a compressive strength greater than 6 000 psi after 28 days.

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  • Reactive transport modelling of a cement backfill for

    Reactive transport modelling of a cement backfill for

    AB ST R ACT In the post-closure period of a geological disposal facility for radioactive waste leaching of cement components is likely to give rise to an alkaline plume which will be in

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  • CEMENTATION OF LIQUID RADIOACTIVE WASTE

    CEMENTATION OF LIQUID RADIOACTIVE WASTE

    is them inclusion into a cement compound at cementing liquid salt radioactive waste. Disadvantages of traditional cementing of technical oils and LRW • low contents of oils (about 4-6 wt. ) in cement grout depending on LRW salinity • low (not more than 0 5) solution-cement ratio • worsening of cement compound properties

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  • Nuclear ceramics Britannica

    Nuclear ceramics Britannica

    Nuclear ceramics ceramic materials employed in the generation of nuclear power and in the disposal of radioactive nuclear wastes.. In their nuclear-related functions ceramics are of major importance. Since the beginning of nuclear power generation oxide ceramics based on the fissionable metals uranium and plutonium have been made into highly reliable fuel pellets for both water-cooled and

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  • Characterization and Management Options of Ion Exchange

    Characterization and Management Options of Ion Exchange

    for preparation of blocks for quality and homogeneity examination of the waste form. The clearance verification procedure is also discussed. IAEA International Conference on the Safety of Radioactive Waste Management 21-25/11/2016 Vienna Austria Radiological characterization of the primary resin waste Ion exchange resin is a styrene

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  • The suitability of a supersulfated cement for nuclear

    The suitability of a supersulfated cement for nuclear

    The maximum rate of heat output during hydration of the supersulfated cement paste was slightly higher than that of a 9 1 blastfurnace slag ordinary Portland cement paste commonly used by the UK nuclear waste processing industry although the total heat output of the supersulfated cement paste was lower.

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  • C. WASTE MANAGEMENT

    C. WASTE MANAGEMENT

    Waste Management Disposal of Radioactive Waste 17. DISPOSAL OF RADIOACTIVE WASTES Disposal as a final step in the management of radioactive waste involves confinement or isolation of these wastes from biosphere in the repositories. Based on the longevity and concentration of the radionuclide present in the waste the

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  • Optimization of Radioactive Waste Cementation for

    Optimization of Radioactive Waste Cementation for

    This paper deals with information on the radioactive waste cementation technology for decommissioning of Salaspils Research Reactor (SRR). Dismantled and segmented radioactive materials were cemented in concrete containers using tritiated water-cement mixture.

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  • SELECTION TESTS FOR RECYCLED RADIOACTIVE SAND

    SELECTION TESTS FOR RECYCLED RADIOACTIVE SAND

    radioactive waste waste disposal volume reduction waste usage ratio. 1. INTRODUCTION The concrete radioactive waste that will be generated from dismantled structures of VVR-S nuclear research reactor from Magurele (e.g. biological shield of the reactor core and hot cells) represents an estimated amount of about 70 tons.

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  • Influence of bentonite and zeolite in cementation of dry

    Influence of bentonite and zeolite in cementation of dry

    Influence of bentonite and zeolite in cementation of dry radioactive evaporator concentrates Article in Applied Clay Science 43(1) 9-12 · January 2009 with 26 Reads How we measure reads

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  • Explained Cement vs. concrete — their differences and

    Explained Cement vs. concrete — their differences and

    4 days ago · Cement plants grind clinker down to an extremely fine powder and mix in a few additives. The final result is cement. "Cement is then brought to sites where it is mixed with water where it becomes cement paste " explains Professor Franz-Josef Ulm faculty director of the MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub (CSHub).

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  • CEMENTATION OF LIQUID RADIOACTIVE WASTE

    CEMENTATION OF LIQUID RADIOACTIVE WASTE

    is them inclusion into a cement compound at cementing liquid salt radioactive waste. Disadvantages of traditional cementing of technical oils and LRW • low contents of oils (about 4-6 wt. ) in cement grout depending on LRW salinity • low (not more than 0 5) solution-cement ratio • worsening of cement compound properties

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  • Influences of Additives on the Performances SpringerLink

    Influences of Additives on the Performances SpringerLink

    Abstract. This paper studied the influences of additives with zeolite vermiculite silica fume and quartz sand on the performances of the cementation of simulated radioactive fluoride liquid wastes which mainly contains Cs Sr 2 F − etc. Different additives were added into the cement formulation with water/cement ratio of 0.45 and then cemented waste forms were made in the Φ50 mm

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  • Progress in cementation of reactor resinsScienceDirect

    Progress in cementation of reactor resinsScienceDirect

    Progress in cementation of reactor resins. Author links open overlay panel cement–resin matrix. Each of the samples has different amounts of resin cement water and additives. Water/Cement ratio of the samples was arranged in the range of 0.4–0.5. A.E. OsmanliogluImmobilization of radioactive waste by cementation with purified

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  • Solidification of

    Solidification of "Cement-Glass"

    Cement-glass which is a mixture of sodium silicate (kNa20·mSi02·nHz0) silicon phosphate P205 ·2Si02) and cement was developed to solidify radioactive waste pellets in containers. The optimum molar ratio of Si(OH)4 NaOH and P20 6-2Si0z was found to be 2 2 1 based on

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  • CEMENT WASTE MATRIX EVALUATION AND MODELLING

    CEMENT WASTE MATRIX EVALUATION AND MODELLING

    Cement based materials are often used as a solidification matrix for wet radioactive waste from nuclear power plants such as ion exchange resins sludge and evaporator concentrates. The mechanical and chemical properties of the cement-waste matrix are affected by the type and the concentration of the waste.

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  • Acoustic Emission Technique Applied for Monitoring and

    Acoustic Emission Technique Applied for Monitoring and

    in the composition envelope for nuclear waste encapsulation applied by Sellafield Ltd. The OPC and BFS were supplied respectively by Castle Cement and Redcar Steel Works UK. For the preparation of the laboratory scale units the cement powder and water to mass ratio 0.33 were mixed and then poured in 340 mL capacity plastic containers.

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  • Evolution of pore water chemistry during degradation of

    Evolution of pore water chemistry during degradation of

    Portland cement used as a solidification backfill and construction material is considered to determine the chemistry of a low and intermediate level radioactive waste repository for very long periods of time.

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  • Assessment of Gamma Dose Rate for Hypothetical

    Assessment of Gamma Dose Rate for Hypothetical

    Assessment of Gamma Dose Rate for Hypothetical Radioactive Waste Container Abstract Metallic solid radioactive waste class low-intermediate short lived level waste (LIL-SL RW) is the main type of radioactive waste generated from decommissioning operations. Transport storage and disposal regulations require for gamma emitting

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  • Cementation of Bioproducts Generated from Biodegradation

    Cementation of Bioproducts Generated from Biodegradation

    Abstract. The current work was devoted to study the solidification of bioproducts originated from the bioremediation of mixture of solid cellulose-based radioactive waste simulates using a mushroom (Pleurotus pulmonarius) in Portland cement.The obtained solidified waste form was subjected to mechanical integrity qualification after curing periods of 28 and 90 days.

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  • Utilization of Crushed Radioactive Concrete for Mortar to

    Utilization of Crushed Radioactive Concrete for Mortar to

    great importance. In Japan waste forms buried in a shallow burial disposal facility as low level radioactive waste must be solidified by cement or other materials with adequate strength and must provide no harmful opening. The authors have developed an improved method to minimize radioactive waste volume by utilizing radioactive concrete for fine

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  • C. WASTE MANAGEMENT

    C. WASTE MANAGEMENT

    Waste Management Disposal of Radioactive Waste 17. DISPOSAL OF RADIOACTIVE WASTES Disposal as a final step in the management of radioactive waste involves confinement or isolation of these wastes from biosphere in the repositories. Based on the longevity and concentration of the radionuclide present in the waste the

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  • Radionuclide Adsorption Performance in Cement and Soil

    Radionuclide Adsorption Performance in Cement and Soil

    12 M. Shamsuzzaman et al. Radionuclide Adsorption Performance in Cement and Soil Medium for Safety Issue of Radioactive Waste Disposal Facility radioactive waste 8 . Generally spent resin is

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  • ANALYTICAL PROCEEDINGS. DECEMBER The Chemistry of

    ANALYTICAL PROCEEDINGS. DECEMBER The Chemistry of

    ANALYTICAL PROCEEDINGS. DECEMBER 1990. VOL 27 339 The Chemistry of Radioactive Waste Disposal The following are summaries of five of the papers presented at a Joint Meeting of the Scottish Region and the Radiochemical Methods Group held on May 17th 1990 in the University of

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  • Radioactively contaminated electric arc furnace dust as an

    Radioactively contaminated electric arc furnace dust as an

    May 15 2004 · In this case the resulting EAFD is to be handled as radioactive waste being duly confined in low- and medium-activity repositories (LMAR). What this paper studies is the reliability of using this radioactive EAFD as an addition in the immobilization mortar of the containers of the LMAR that is from the point of view of the durability.

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  • CEMENT WASTE MATRIX EVALUATION AND MODELLING

    CEMENT WASTE MATRIX EVALUATION AND MODELLING

    Cement based materials are often used as a solidification matrix for wet radioactive waste from nuclear power plants such as ion exchange resins sludge and evaporator concentrates. The mechanical and chemical properties of the cement-waste matrix are affected by the type and the concentration of the waste.

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  • PRACTICAL MODEL OF CEMENT BASED GROUT MIX

    PRACTICAL MODEL OF CEMENT BASED GROUT MIX

    waste management. Also to ensure that low level radioactive waste (LLW) are contained for storage and ultimate disposal they are encapsulated or immobilized in monolithic waste forms with cement –based grouts. The paper includes some research data referring to cement based grout mix design

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  • Research progress in cementation of radioactive wastes

    Research progress in cementation of radioactive wastes

    The advances in cement chemistry and the new cement products the application of admixtures additives and fibers can contribute to the formulation study of radioactive wastes cementation.

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  • Sorption of Radionuclides Onto Cement Materials Altered by

    Sorption of Radionuclides Onto Cement Materials Altered by

    The sorption of radionuclides onto cement materials is a very important parameter when considering the release of radionuclides from radioactive wastes. Once the composition or crystallinity of the constituent minerals of a cement material is changed by alteration in the disposal environment its sorption ability might be affected.

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  • Cementation of liquid radioactive waste with high content

    Cementation of liquid radioactive waste with high content

    Cementation of liquid radioactive waste with high content of borate salts trioxide/cement ratio the highest compressive strength values were obtained from the concrete samples comprising BAB

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  • Low Level Radioactive Wastes Conditioning during

    Low Level Radioactive Wastes Conditioning during

    An investigation has been carried out into the cement equivalence factors for fly ash in concrete. The work was part of a prenormative research aimed at taking the contribution of fly ash to strength development and the other properties of concrete into account on the minimum cement content and maximum water-cement ratio required to achieve these properties as by the Dutch Concrete Standards.

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  • Ratio Of Sand Stone In Cementation Radioactive Waste

    Ratio Of Sand Stone In Cementation Radioactive Waste

    Ratio Of Sand Stone In Cementation Radioactive Waste. A survey of the available methods of solidification for advances in geologic disposal safety assessment and blogsciencenetcn cement hydration reaction cement concrete or hydraulic setting patents and cementation of hydroxide residues containing certain cementitious materials in safety cases for radioactive

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  • Radioactively contaminated electric arc furnace dust as an

    Radioactively contaminated electric arc furnace dust as an

    May 15 2004 · In this case the resulting EAFD is to be handled as radioactive waste being duly confined in low- and medium-activity repositories (LMAR). What this paper studies is the reliability of using this radioactive EAFD as an addition in the immobilization mortar of the containers of the LMAR that is from the point of view of the durability.

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  • Researches on solidification of radioactive

    Researches on solidification of radioactive

    to minimize the potential danger to the environments. Cement solidification is a conventional technique to solidify radioactive wastes. Cement solidification has many advantages such as requiring simple equipment low working temperature no trouble of gas cleaning and low cost. Radioactive waste resin is

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  • Progress in the immobilization of radioactive wastes in cement

    Progress in the immobilization of radioactive wastes in cement

    But fluidity normally implies an excess of water over that required for chemical hydration resulting in a porous and permeable matrix. The critical water cement ratio for complete hydration of Portland cement is 0.24 but this mix ratio is too stiff for practical purposes. Fluidity can be achieved at low water contents by adding plasticizers.

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