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ಯ reading ᘘ Research and Development on a Salt Processing Alternative for High-Level Waste at the Savannah River Site benefits ಶ Author 12usednewfrom ೬ ಯ reading ᘘ Research and Development on a Salt Processing Alternative for High-Level Waste at the Savannah River Site benefits ಶ Author 12usednewfrom ೬ The U.S Department of Energy DOE is nearing a decision on how to process 30 million gallons of high level radioactive waste salt solutions at the Savannah River Site in South Carolina to remove strontium, actinides, and cesium for immobilization in glass and eventual shipment to a geologic repository The department is sponsoring research and development RD work on four alternative processes and plans to use the results to make a downselection decision in a June 2001 time frame The DOE requested that the National Research Council help inform this decision by addressing the following charge 1 evaluate the adequacy of the criteria that will be used by the department to select from among the candidate processes under consideration 2 evaluate the progress and results of the research and development work that is being undertaken on these candidate processes and 3 assess whether the technical uncertainties have been sufficiently resolved to proceed with downsizing the list of candidate processes Responses to the last two points are provided in this report Research and Development on a Salt Processing Alternative for High Level Waste at the Savannah River Site focuses exclusively on the technical issues related to the candidate processes for radionuclide removal from high level waste salt solutions at SRS The committee s interim report served as a response to the first point of this charge, and may be read in Appendix B In that report, the committee found that DOE s proposed criteria are an acceptable basis for selecting among the candidate processes under consideration, but that the criteria should not be implemented in a way that relies on a single numerical total score Research Development BONEZONE journal Gramercy Extremity Orthopedics GEO CART is a mobile storage and point of sale system that houses , sterile packed instruments implants are tracked managed with RFID technology ELDIS Sharing the best in global development research Access latest editorially selected Share your work practitioners over countries Find out Wikipedia Research comprises creative systematic undertaken to increase stock knowledge, including knowledge humans, culture society, use this devise new applications It used establish or confirm facts, reaffirm results previous work, solve existing problems, support theorems, develop theories Prospect Bookmarks from Department Prospect Northwestern University Office worldbank The World Bank Group works every major area We provide wide array financial products technical assistance, we help share apply innovative solutions challenges they face Microsoft Emerging Technology, Computer, Explore at Microsoft, site featuring impact along publications, products, downloads, careers State Industrial Hemp Statutes Legislative News, Studies This page contains state by list statutes regulating industrial hemp provides federal actions relating Wolfram, creators Wolfram Language, Alpha, Mathematica, Platform, Data Science Finance SystemModeler Grants US EPA Supporting high quality nation s leading scientists engineers improve EPA scientific basis for decisions on national environmental issues innovation European Commission current upcoming funding opportunities research, as well partners, jobs fellowships Learn about projects results, joint initiatives EU action promote Research and Development on a Salt Processing Alternative for High-Level Waste at the Savannah River Site

 

    • Research and Development on a Salt Processing Alternative for High-Level Waste at the Savannah River Site
    • 2.2
    • 125
    • 96 pages
    • 0309075939
    • 12usednewfrom
    • English
    • 19 March 2017

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