geologic disposal of heu aluminum-based doe fuels

Separation and Speciation of Mercury from Hanford 241

PNNL-28067 RPT-OSIF-004, Rev. 0 Separation and Speciation of Mercury from Hanford 241-AP-107 Tank Waste Supernatant MS Fountain SD Branch GA Gill September 2018 Prepared for the U.S. Department of Energy under Contract DE-AC05-76RL01830 Pacific

DOE REPROCESSING POLICY AND THE IRREVERSIBILITY

First, DOE would immediately begin a program to demonstrate the viability of non-reprocessing treatment and/or packaging technologies to prepare Al-clad spent fuel for geologic disposal. If none of these alternatives had been demonstrated by the year 2000, DOE would then consider reprocessing the spent fuel as long as the F-Canyon were still operating to stabilize at-risk materials.

Compilation of Descriptive Data on Muffle Furnaces Used

The final determination of what treatment system will be used at Hanford is to be decided by DOE, based on research at the Savannah River Site and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Muffle furnaces will likely be used at Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site (RFETS) for the vitrification treatment of incinerator ash and related materials (sand, slag, crucibles, and graphite fines).

(PDF) The economics of reprocessing vs. direct disposal of

The economics of reprocessing vs. direct disposal of spent nuclear fuel Nuclear Technology, 2005 Matthew Bunn Download PDF Download Full PDF Package This paper A short summary of this paper 37 Full PDFs related to this paper READ PAPER Download

Government documents in SearchWorks catalog

2016/10/5The Used Fuel Disposition Campaign (UFDC) of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Nuclear Energy (NE), Office of Fuel Cycle Technology (OFCT) is conducting research and development (RD) on geologic disposal of used nuclear fuel (UNF) and

Department of Energy Owned Spent Nuclear Fuel Integration

In March 2013, DOE decided to process limited quantity of aluminum-clad fuel (including HFIR) target residues Generates extra storage capacity (especially for HFIR fuel) Economic benefits (converts separated HEU to LEU for commercial use with

Federal Register

2000/8/7DOE previously completed the Interim Management of Nuclear Materials (IMNM) EIS (DOE/EIS-0220, October 1995), that included the management of 195 MTHM of aluminum-based SNF at the SRS. The primary purpose of the actions considered in the IMNM EIS was to correct or eliminate potential health and safety vulnerabilities related to some of the methods used to store nuclear

Thermal Analysis for Geologic Codisposal of SNF

The engineering viability of disposal of aluminum-clad, aluminum-based spent nuclear fuel (Al-SNF) in a geologic repository requires a thermal analysis to provide the temperature history of the waste form. Calculated temperatures are used to demonstrate compliance

Foreign Research Reactor Spent Nuclear Fuel

HEU that is included, it is less desirable. 3. We understand that, under the Programmatic SNFINEL EIS, shipments of these spent fuels would be limited to SRS and INEL, with SRS receiving only aluminum-clad fuels. We agree with the selection of SRS for

Geologic disposal of HEU aluminum

This paper describes the disposal criticality analysis for canisters containing highly enriched uranium (HEU) in the form of aluminum-based Department of Energy spent nuclear fuel (DOE-SNF). The analysis is based on Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) U-Al fuel with 93.5% enriched uranium which has a relatively heavy linear uranium loading. A canister design with 64 MIT assemblies (16

Geologic disposal of HEU aluminum

2020/5/20Geologic disposal of HEU aluminum-based DOE fuels Page: 3 of 7 7 p. This report is part of the collection entitled: Office of Scientific Technical Information Technical Reports and was provided to UNT Digital Library by the UNT Libraries Government Documents Department .

DOE REPROCESSING POLICY AND THE IRREVERSIBILITY

First, DOE would immediately begin a program to demonstrate the viability of non-reprocessing treatment and/or packaging technologies to prepare Al-clad spent fuel for geologic disposal. If none of these alternatives had been demonstrated by the year 2000, DOE would then consider reprocessing the spent fuel as long as the F-Canyon were still operating to stabilize at-risk materials.

SRS Citizens Advisory Board

1999/7/22Keilers outlined the vulnerabilities of HEU aluminum-based SNF. This type of fuel was generally not intended for long storage times and is more susceptible to corrosion in wet storage than other fuel types, even with improved water chemistry. The lower strength and

Final disposal of spent nuclear fuel in Taiwan: A state

1989/1/1However, no official timetable has been issued for the ultimate disposal of spent fuels, but an administrative statement requires the plan- ning of such course to be completed as soon as pos- sible. Based on Taipower's fuel replacement schedule for nuclear

Federal Register :: Revision of the Record of Decision for a

2004/12/1DOE issued a ROD on May 13, 1996 (61 FR 25092, May 17, 1996), based on the FRR SNF EIS (DOE/EIS Transportation impacts from INEEL and SRS to the geologic repository as analyzed in the Final EIS for a Geologic Repository for the Disposal of

Department of Energy Owned Spent Nuclear Fuel Integration

In March 2013, DOE decided to process limited quantity of aluminum-clad fuel (including HFIR) target residues Generates extra storage capacity (especially for HFIR fuel) Economic benefits (converts separated HEU to LEU for commercial use with

Supplement Analysis

DOE/EIS-0279-SAOl and DOE/EIS-0218~SA-06 environmental impacts associated with the use of conventional.processing, like those associated with the melt and dilute technology, were analyzed in the SRS SNF EIS. Separate~y, DOE proposes to transport target material, which contains HEU

Department of Energy Owned Spent Nuclear Fuel Integration

In March 2013, DOE decided to process limited quantity of aluminum-clad fuel (including HFIR) target residues Generates extra storage capacity (especially for HFIR fuel) Economic benefits (converts separated HEU to LEU for commercial use with

Managing Military Uranium and Plutonium in the United

The US DOE issued a Record of Decision in July 1996 recording its decision to blend the roughly 175 tons of excess US HEU to LEU (79). In September 1996, DOE published a plan for HEU disposition, under which as much as 85% of the blended LEU would be sold for commercial fuel over 20 years (the remainder being extensively contaminated material that will be disposed of as waste after blending) (80).

Spent Fuel and Waste Science and Technology (SFWST) )

2020/7/9Geologic Disposal Safety Assessment (GDSA) reference cases, modeled with the PFLOTRAN code • Source Terms – based on large, higher -temperature waste packages • Waste package degradation model • Waste form degradation model • • Effects of

Development of pyroprocessing technology

1997/1/1At issue is the advisability of a policy based on the geologic disposal of all LWR spent fuel. easily adapted to processing virtually all of the DOE spent fuel types: Metal, oxide, graphite, hydride, cermet, etc. Aluminum- based fuels, however, are perhaps

Key Points from the Board Report on Management and Disposal

Board's Focus on Aluminum-Based Fuels 12 November 19, 2019 • DOE aluminum-based SNF will be in about 29% of all DOE standardized canisters • Aluminum-based SNF can have a high surface area, a thick corrosion layer on the cladding, a hydrous

Compilation of Descriptive Data on Muffle Furnaces Used

The final determination of what treatment system will be used at Hanford is to be decided by DOE, based on research at the Savannah River Site and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Muffle furnaces will likely be used at Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site (RFETS) for the vitrification treatment of incinerator ash and related materials (sand, slag, crucibles, and graphite fines).

Federal Register / Vol. 61, No. 35 / Wednesday, February 21, 1996

Federal Register/ Vol. 61, No. 35 / Wednesday, February 21, 1996 / Notices6633 Agenda: The Army Science Board's (ASB)1996 Summer Study on ''Army Simulation Implementation and Use'' will meet for briefings and discussions on the study subject. These

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