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Moisture Transport Properties of Cement

Jun 22 2012 0183 32 This paper reviews the multi-phase modeling of moisture transport process in pore structure of cement-based materials used as engineered barriers in radioactive waste disposal The emphasis is put on the fundamental relationship of moisture isotherm and...

Establishment of cementation parameters of dried waste

The next step was the cementation of the dry waste An important cementation parameter to a good waste product is the water/cement w/c ratio defined in Equation 1 A w/c range from 024 to 035 was used to solidify the waste The cementation was performed by variation of the dried waste content and w/c ratio in order...

Storage of Radioactive Materials

Keywords Energy storage radioactive waste fission vitrification cementation Contents 1 Introduction 2 Radioactivity and Fission 3 Storage of Fuel 4 Transportation of Radioactive Materials 5 Volume Reduction of Low Level Wastes 51 Mechanical Volume Reduction 52 Fragmentation 53 Treatment of Liquid Wastes 54 Chemical Treatment...

Characterization and Management Options of Ion

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 divinylbenzene copolymer arose during the reactor operation period 1961-2002 Samples were collected from different depths in the waste...

CEMENTITIOUS SYSTEMS FOR ENCAPSULATION OF

The 9th International Conference on Radioactive Waste Management and Encapsulation in cement is the favoured method in the UK for s ratio of 035 The advantage of using routes b and c...

PDF Immobilization of radioactive waste in cement

The retention of radionuclides in the cement matrix is determined by the formation of solubility-limiting phases because of chemical reactions of radioactive species with cement components 7 Iodine-129 is a fission product present in the spent fuel from nuclear power plants and it is considered as a key mobile radionuclide for the disposal of...

types Reactions in cement encapsulated nuclear

toxicity of the waste and radioactive half-life which measures how long the waste will constitute a problem Wastes are classi 222 ed into three categories according to their level of activity low level wastes LLW inter-mediate level wastes ILW and high level wastes HLW 1 In the UK cementation...

The Mix Proportions of Mortar Raw Materials for Solidified

ONLINE ISSN 2186-7135 PRINT ISSN 1884-7579 As of July 22 2017 Registered articles 197 Article Volume/Issue/Page DOI...

Study of the Radioactive Silt Sediment Cementation

Radioactive silt deposits RSD of the spent fuel rod cooling pools were used as an object of these studi In this paper the following techniques were considered for the silt processing the cementation of silt without a prior treatment cementation of the dried silt product cementation of the calcined silt product and the impregnation of the calcined silt with high penetrating cement grouts...

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 wast 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...

Utilization of Crushed Radioactive Concrete for Mortar to

Utilization of Crushed Radioactive Concrete for Mortar to Fill Waste Container Void Space Takeshi ISHIKURA 1 2 Hiroyuki UEKI Kazuhiko OHNISHI1 and Daiichiro OGURI 1Nuclear Power Engineering Corp Toranomon 4MT Bldg 4-1-8 Toranomon Minato-ku Tokyo 105-0001 2Mitsubishi Materials Corp 1-297 Kitaikebukuro Omiya-ku Saitama 330-8508 Received December 19 2003 and...

Immobilization of radioactive waste by cementation with

Aug 01 2002 0183 32 Thus the sludge/cement ratio was calculated as S/C=036 After the precipitation process sludge weight was 683 kg So the cement amount can be calculated as Cement =683/036=1897 kg The cementation process is conducted by using an in-drum mixer Mixing is done simply by placing a defined amount of dry cement into a drum with the waste...

Immobilization of radioactive waste in mixture of cement

In another study that was carried out for the immobilization of radioactive waste in mixture of cement clay and polymer it was intended to design a container by enhancing the strength and...

PAPER OPEN ACCESS Magnetic iron oxides in the

final compounds and accelerates the cement setting compounds from 13 to 5-9 days 1 Introduction At the nuclear industry enterprises various of radioactive waste RW has been formed A significant amount of liquid and solid radioactive waste has been already accumulated in Russian Federation 1...

402 Handling and Processing of Radioactive Waste from

Radioactive Waste was published in 1998 to provide practical guidance and to assist managers dealing with small amounts of radioactive waste in developing Member Stat The document provides information on the different components of the waste management process as a whole and briefly lists the basic technologies used...

CEMENTS IN RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL

1 CEMENTS IN RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL FP GLASSER University of Aberdeen Scotland United Kingdom Abstract The use of cement and concrete to immobilise radioactive waste is complicated by the wide- ranging nature of inorganic...

The Effects of the Degradation of Organic Materials in the

Reactive transport modelling of organic complexing agents in cement stabilized low and intermediate level waste Physics and Chemistry of the Earth Parts A/B/C Vol 70-71 Issue p 114 Physics and Chemistry of the Earth Parts A/B/C Vol 70-71 Issue p 114...

SELECTION TESTS FOR RECYCLED RADIOACTIVE SAND

Until now the solid low activity radioactive waste LLW was pre-placed in containers and cementation with mortar made from cement and natural fine aggregates providing a fill ratio of the container of approximately 50 vol for concrete Ishikura et al 1 2 showed that radioactive...

Development of metakaolin

Radioactive waste which contains high sulfate ion is an abiding challenge for cementitious solidification due to the formation of sulfate mineral such as ettringite Such secondary mineral formation can cause the expansion and disintegration of cement waste form resulting in the increase of leachability To alleviate this problem we proposed metakaolin-based geopolymer waste form to solidify...

Solidification of hot real radioactive liquid scintillator

Aug 16 2013 0183 32 The waste form composed of water/cement at the ratio 03 with 3 solid natural clay by the weight of cement and incorporating up to 15 real spent organic liquid scintillator waste by the weight of cement-based paste was prepared The temperature changes accompanying with the cementation process were followed...

Characterization of pozzolanic cement for radioactive

cement is a suitable material for permanently encasing high-level radioactive waste HLW and spent-nuclear fuel SNF in disposal canisters This particular cement was produced by mixing lime or Portland cement with volcanic tuff a natural pozzolanic material extracted from Yucca Mountain Nevada...

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 056 which likely resulted in the high measured permeability yet the mixture also showed a compressive strength greater than 6 000 psi after 28 days...

Optimization design of incineration processing of

ratio Technology Precompres-sion 2397 799 3 solidification 95 213 045 Silt Cement solidification 09 31 033 Resin Cement solidification 614 252 025 Filter Cement solidification 149 977 015 In the study three phases of management model are used for radioactive nu- radioactive waste management mode but also can save...

CEMENTITIOUS COMPOSITES FOR IMMOBILIZATION OF

radioactive waste during handling transportation and storage/disposal For LRW sludge fine-dispersed SRW homogeneous by the granulometric composition the cementation method via direct mixing in container or in a mixer can be used...

Application of thermally expanded graphite for the

May 12 2016 0183 32 Thermally expanded graphite TEG may be used for solidification of radioactive waste oils produced by the nuclear industry TEG synthesized within the scope of this work retains the properties of a loose powder-like material when saturated with oil at the ratio of 20 g of oil per 1 g of TEG At this ratio the effect of wetting of the cement particles with oil inhibiting the formation of a...

PDF Progress in Solidification of Radioactive Waste

Cement drums have been widely used as standard waste packaging in many countries for disposal of radioactive wastes Li et al 2006 Different ways have been proposed to improve the durability...

Solidification of low

article osti_6338376 title = Solidification of low-level radioactive wastes in masonry cement Masonry cement-boric acid waste forms author = Zhou H and Colombo P abstractNote = Portland cements are widely used as solidification agents for low-level radioactive wast However it is known that boric acid wastes as generated at pressurized water reactors PWR s are difficult to...

ESTABLISHMENT OF CEMENTATION PARAMETERS OF DRIED

The next step was the cementation of the dry waste An important cementation parameter to have a good waste product is the water/cement w/c ratio defined in equation 1 A w/c range from 024 to 035 was used to solidify the waste w c = water g cement g The cementation was done varying the dried waste content and w/c ratio in order to...

Using Portland Cement to Stabilize/Solidify Sludge Residue

Jul 03 2020 0183 32 Journal of Hazardous Toxic and Radioactive Waste Volume 24 Issue 3 - July 2020 Using Portland Cement to Stabilize/Solidify Sludge Residue from Treatment of Cardboard Plant Wastewater...

CEMENTATION OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE FROM A PWR

FIG 2 OPC solidified waste The cement composition water/cement ratio and curing conditions are some aspects that will have an influence on the pore structure of the solidified waste Furthermore the pore structure is one of the key factors that determine the physical and chemical properties of the final waste For example radioactive...