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radwaste

(ˈrædˌweɪst)
n
(Nuclear Physics) nuclear industry radioactive waste
Translations
déchet radioactif
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The Company continued its efforts on forming a new direction of its activities: promotion to foreign markets of back-end products and services (spent nuclear fuel and radwaste management) and decommissioning of nuclear and radiation dangerous facilities.
We need to fix this," he said during the RadWaste Summit, a three-day industry event that drew more than 300 participants.
The Committee also took note of the status of the activities of the Test Blanket Program Working Group on Radwaste Management.
ASME NED focuses on the design, analysis, development, testing, operation, and maintenance of nuclear power systems and components, nuclear fusion, heat transport, nuclear fuels technology, plant radwaste systems, and radioactive high- and low-level waste disposal technologies.
It will also build on research programmes at the university's Centre for Radiochemistry Research and the Research Centre for Radwaste and Decommissioning.
Simulation of gas migration at the scale of a disposal cell in the context of high level and long-lived radwaste disposal in a deep clay formation during the operational phase.
Allison Engineering has supplied FCI level solutions for both Radwaste interface and sump level applications.
It states that the energy chapter may only be provisionally closed once it is agreed by the EU that the benchmarks are met on adopting a new mining act; implementing Regulation 1228/2003 on electricity cross-border trade; setting an appropriately ambitious target on green' electricity by 2010; and establishing a radwaste management strategy.
According to its design, the annual Unit 2 radioactive waste (radwaste) generation is: 308 m3 of solid LLW; 1,5 m3 of solid MLW; 0,3 m3 of solid HLW; 108 m3 of liquid radwaste.
Deep Na-rich saline waters and brines, regardless their origin, are frequent in crystalline basements suitable for radwaste disposals, such as the Canadian and Fennoscandinavian shields and the crystalline basement of Central and Western Europe, particularly in the Bohemian Massif and the Vienne district in W-France (Kloppmann et al.
The 13th annual conference will focus on all aspects of nuclear plant low and intermediate level radwaste operations, shipment and disposal contributing to improved management, safety, cost reduction, and waste minimization.