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- PublisherSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Date of Publication14/02/2013
- GenreMechanical Engineering
- Place of PublicationNew York, NY
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Content Note60 black & white illustrations, biography
- Weight1222 g
- Width178 mm
- Height254 mm
- Spine33 mm
- Edited byJohn G. Moore
- Edition StatementSoftcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1981
- Table Of ContentsRepository Characterization.- Development of Reference Conditions for Geologic Repositories for Nuclear Waste in the USA.- Basalt Waste Isolation Project Data Package for Reference Physicochemical Conditions.- Evaluation of Product Specifications with a Safety Analysis for a Disposal Mine.- Predicting the Reaction State of Brines in Proposed Regions of Nuclear Waste Isolation.- Laboratory Investigations of Water Content within Rock Salt and Its Behavior in a Temperature Field of Disposed High-Level Waste.- Thermal Conductivity of Selected Repository Minerals.- Phase Chemistry of the Umtanum Basalt, a Reference Repository Host in the Columbia Plateau.- Geoscientific Evaluation of Radioactive Waste Isolation in Japan.- High-Level Waste Forms.- Assessment and Head end Processing.- Preliminary Evaluation of Alternative forms of Immobilization of Hanford High-Level Wastes.- Development of an Improved Ion-Exchange Process for Removing Cesium and Strontium from High-Level Radioactive Liquid Wastes.- Vitreous Materials.- A Small-Scale Integrated Demonstration of High-Level Radioactive Waste Processing and Vitrification Using Actual SRP Waste.- Advanced Method for Making Vitreous Waste Forms.- An ESCA Investigation of Molybdenum Containing Silicate and Phosphate Glasses.- Structural and Redox Properties of Uranium in Ca-Mg-Al-Silicate Glasses.- Stable Product Low Leach Glasses.- Crystalline Materials.- Titanate Waste forms for High Level Waste - an Evaluation of Materials and Processes.- The Stability of Perovskite and Sphene in the Presence of Backfill and Repository Materials: A General Approach.- Tailored Ceramic Nuclear Waste Forms: Preparation and Characterization.- Recent Progress on Synroc Development.- Matrix-Encapsulated Waste forms: Application to Ideolized Systems, Commercial and SRP/INEL Wastes, Hydrated Radiophases, and Encapsulant Phases.- Phase Equilibria Leaching Characteristics and Ceramic Processing of Synroc D for U.S. Defense Wastes.- Sol-Gel Technology Applied to Crystalline Ceramic Nuclear Waste Forms.- The Characterization of Nuclear Waste forms by EPR Spectroscopy.- Valence States of Actinides in Synthetic Monazites.- Crystal Chemistry and Phase Relations in the Synthetic Minerals of Ceramic Waste Forms. II. Studies of Uranium-Containing Monazites.- Non-High-Level Waste.- Characterization of Iron-Enriched Synthetic Basalt for Transuranic Containment.- Treatment of Cladding Hulls by the Hipow Process.- Bituminization of Low-Level Liquid Waste.- Studies on Sintered Titanates and Zeolites as Hosts for Medium Level Radioactive Waste.- Diffusion Of Cs in Concrete.- Precipitation of Radiostrontium in Soil.- Loading and Leakage of Krypton Immobilized in Zeolites and Glass.- The Lasl Experimental Engineered Waste Burial Facility: Design Considerations and Preliminary Plan.- Melting Process to Condition Decladding Hulls Generated by the Reprocessing of LWR and FBR Spent Fuels.- Natural Analogues.- Alkali and Alkaline Earth Element Studies at Oklo.- Durability of Rhyolitic Obsidian Glass Inferred from Hydration Dating Research.- Backfill Barriers: The Use of Engineered Barriers Based on Geologic Materials to Assure Isolation of Radioactive Wastes in a Repository.- Natural Analogues for Crystaline Radioactive Waste Forms, Part II; Non-Actinide Phases.- Geochemical Study of a Lamprophyre Dike Near the Wipp Site.- Nuclear Waste Glasses and Volcanic Glasses: a Comparison of Their Stabilities.- Leach Studies.- Surface Analysis-Its Uses and Abuses in Waste form Evaluation.- Are Solubility Limits of Importance to Leaching?.- Leach and Corrosion Tests Under Normal and Accident Conditions on Cement Products from Simulated Intermediate Level Evaporator Concentrates.- Standard Leach Tests for Nuclear Waste Materials.- Time and Temperature Dependence of the Leaching of a Simulated High-Level Waste Glass.- The Mechanisms for Hydrothermal Leaching of Glass and Glass-Ceramic Nuclear Waste Forms.- The Influence of Surface Processes in Wa
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