Long-term kinetic effects and colloid formations in dissolution of LWR spent fuels

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  • Spent reactor fuels -- Deterioration.,
  • Radioactive wastes -- Deterioration.

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Other titlesLong term kinetic effects and colloid formations in dissolution of LWR spent fuels.
StatementT.M. Ahn.
ContributionsU.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Division of Waste Management.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 45 p.
Number of Pages45
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Open LibraryOL18095782M

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Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Division of Waste Management.]. The processes analyzed are condensation, dispersion, and sorption. Colloid formation may lead to significant releases of low-solubility actinides.

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Long-term Kinetic Effects and Colloid Formation in the Dissolution of LWR Spent-fuel, US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC () NUREG, NRC ADAMS ML Google ScholarAuthor: T.M.

Ahn. Journal of Nuclear Materials () North-Holland Parametric study of LWR spent fuel dissolution kinetics W.J. Gray a, H.R.

Leider b and S.A. Steward b " Pacific Northwest Laboratory (PNL), Richland, WAUSA 0 Lawrence Lwermore National Laboratory (LLNL), Livermore, CAUSA Spent fuel dissolution rates have been measured using a Cited by: The dissolution of SNF and HLW glass was considered with long-term risk informed approach from probabilistic PA in a generic disposal system.

• Radionuclide release is time dependent. Initially, the release rate is higher with more surface area exposed for dissolution. The release rate decreases with time. •Author: Tae M. Ahn. Two possible interactions between radionuclides as colloids and as solute are considered: solute sorption on nonradioactive colloids to form pseudocolloids, and dissolution of radioactive colloids.

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Introduction—generalities on spent nuclear fuel. Natural uranium (U) is formed by % of fertile U and % of fissile U. Before it is used as fuel in a commercial reactor, uranium is enriched up to 2%–5% of U, so that the electricity yield of a light-water reactor (LWR) is maximized.

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Iron redox cycling is supposed to be one of the major mechanisms that control the geochemical boundary conditions in the near field of a geologic repository for UO2 spent nuclear fuel. This work investigates the impact of reactions between hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and iron (Fe2+/Fe3+) on UO2 dissolution.

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The research described in this report was performed under a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to describe and compare the merits of two advanced alternative nuclear fuel cycles -- named by this study as the “UREX+3c fuel cycle” and the “Alternative Fuel Cycle” (AFC). @article{osti_, title = {A justification for the use of data from accelerated leach tests of glass}, author = {Ahn, T M and Interrante, C G and Weller, R A}, abstractNote = {A case is made for the use of short-term laboratory data in making predictions on the likelihood of significant colloid formation in supersaturated leachates of glass, under long-term repository conditions.

As the average kinetic energy of a substance increases, the internal energy, and so its thermal energy. as the thermal energy of a substance increases, the temperature.

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