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The Acid digestion process for radioactive waste

proceedings of a seminar organised under the R & D Programme of the European Communities on Radioactive Waste Management and Storage, held at the Central Bureau for Nuclear Measurements, Geel, Belgium, 28 September 1982

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Published by Harwood Academic Publishers for the Commission of the European Communities in Chur, Switzerland, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radioactive waste disposal -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by L. Cécille and R. Simon.
    SeriesRadioactive waste management,, v. 11, EUR ;, 8609, EUR (Series) ;, 8609.
    ContributionsCécille, L., Simon, R. 1935-, Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe., Commission of the European Communities., R & D Programme of the European Communities on Radioactive Waste Management and Storage.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD898 .A155 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 108 p. :
    Number of Pages108
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3168713M
    ISBN 103718601745
    LC Control Number83010792

    Sulfuric acid digestion and water leaching. Another way to dissolve the metals present in a solid matrix is the acid digestion process. According to Vijayalakshmi et al. (), more than 98% of rare earth was recovery from xenotime concentrate using digestion with sulfuric acid. lactic acid production and accumulation during anaerobic digestion of municipal solid waste (MSW) leachate. production of lactic acid in the process. There have been very Radioactive Waste.

      In J. Davidovits’ book, Geopolymer Chemistry & Applications, Chapter 10 is dedicated to Rock-based Geopolymer cements. The project seek to manufacture economical geopolymeric cements primarily for the long-term containment of hazardous and toxic wastes and for restoring sites highly contaminated with uranium mining waste (the WISMUT sites in. The following conclusions resulted from operation of Radioactive Acid Digestion Test Unit (RADTU) for processing transuranic waste: (1) the acid digestion process can be safely and efficiently operated for radioactive waste treatment.;.

    Abstract. These practices cover three standard technique for dissolving glass samples containing radioactive, nuclear, and mixed wastes. These techniques used together or independently will produce solutions that can be analyzed by inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy (ICP-AES), inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS), atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS. Gaseous radioactive wastes Radioactive waste forms and sources Nuclear fuel cycle Industry •. Institutions Mines High-level waste in the U.S. Spent fuel •.. Commercial high-levelwaste west Valley facility Defense high-level waste Transuranic waste Generation of radioactive waste LLW Produced by reactors LLW produced by institutions.


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The Acid digestion process for radioactive waste Download PDF EPUB FB2

Conference Lerch, R E ; Allen, C R ; Blasewitz, A G. Acid digestion has been developed at the Hanford Engineering Development Laboratory (HEDL) in Richland, Washington to reduce the volume of combustible nuclear waste materials, while converting them to an inert, noncombustible residue.

The Acid digestion process for radioactive waste: proceedings of a seminar organised under the R & D Programme of the European Communities on Radioactive Waste Management and Storage, held at the Central Bureau for Nuclear Measurements, Geel, Belgium, 28 September The Radioactive Acid Digestion Test Unit (RADTU) was constructed at the Hanford Site, Richland, WA to demonstrate application of the acid digestion process for treating combustible transuranic wastes and scrap materials.

Using its original tray digester vessel, RADTU recently completed a six-month campaign of processing potentially contaminated non-glovebox wastes from a Hanford plutonium. The following conclusions resulted from operation of Radioactive Acid Digestion Test Unit (RADTU) for processing transuranic waste: (1) the acid digestion process can be safely and efficiently.

The Acid Digestion Process for Radioactive Waste edited by L. Cicille and R. Simon VOLUME 12 Research and Development on Radioactive Waste Management and Storage (Annual Pro­ gress Report of the European Community Programme ) Commission of the European Communities Additional volumes in preparationFile Size: 5MB.

The acid digestion process has been developed and demonstrated on an engineering scale in several countries and appears to be especially applicable to treatment of combustible wastes containing high levels of transuranic contamination, where there is potential for recovering the transuranic radionuclides.

In this process dry cement and a disposable mixing weight are placed in a L drum, followed by the waste and any additional chemicals. The drum is then capped prior to end over end tumbling.

For this system, cap removal, filling, cap replacement and mixing is an. Reports Series and Safety Series documents on radioactive waste management over nearly three decades. These documents have served Member States presenting basic reference material and comprehensive surveys of the 'state-of-the-art' technologies applied to radioactive waste management.

The need for assistance in specific waste management. Large quantities of radioactive waste, with varying characteristics, are generated from the operation and maintenance of nuclear power plants, the nuclear fuel cycle facilities, research laboratories and. Start studying Digestion, Nutrition, and metabolism.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. break proteins into amino acid subunits -absorb them into the bloodstream - send them throughout the body to rebuild needed proteins process of digestion. process where fat is broke down and. Radiological impact assessment for workers on treatment of radioactive acid digestion, (2) wet oxidation, (3) molten salt oxidation, (4) electrochemical selectively separated from the spent resin while minimising secondary waste.

The process of separating 14C from the IRN spent resin stored in. Radioactive waste generally consists of a mixture of discarded materials or components arising from the production or use of radioactive material. Some of these wastes may be wholly or largely organic, whereas others will.

There are a number of liquid processes and waste streams at nuclear facilities (i.e. nuclear power plants, fuel reprocessing plants, nuclear research centres, etc.) that require treatment for process chemistry control reasons and/or the removal of.

WASTE PROCESSING AND HANDLING. Waste processing and handling are key concerns as a hazardous waste begins its journey from the generator site to a secure long-term storage facility.

Ideally, the waste can be stabilized, detoxified, or somehow rendered harmless in a treatment process similar to the following. Chemical Stabilization/Fixation. A new collaborative research project for systematic treatments of radioactive liquid wastes containing various reagents generating in nuclear facilities was started from initiated by Japan Atomic Energy Agency.

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Sulphuric acid digestion process is used to digest lanthanide concentrate at °C for hours in a stirred reactor.

During the digestion most of Th, rare earth elements and U go into the solution with sulfate and phosphate anions. Because of the chemical similarity between thorium and lanthanides cations in solution selective precipitation is.

Developed and demonstrated by Principal Investigators at the DOE’s Savannah River Site (SRS), Acid Digestion is an oxidative destruction technology for organic constituents of mixed waste. In the Acid Digestion Process waste is fed into a reaction or oxidation vessel containing nitric acid in a phosphoric acid carrier solution.

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Conference Allen, C R ; Cowan, R G ; Grelecki, C J. Acid digestion has been developed to reduce the volume of combustible nuclear waste materials, while converting them to an inert, noncombustible residue. A kg/day test unit has recently been constructed to process radioactively contaminated combustible wastes.The Radioactive Acid Digestion Test Unit (RADTU) has been constructed at Hanford to demonstrate the application of the Acid Digestion Process for treating combustible transuranic wastes .Part of the Radioactive Waste Management Series book series (RADW) H.D.

Finke, M. Keim and W.D. Deckwer “Reaction model for denitration with formic acid of waste effluents from nuclear fuel reprocessing plants Kelm M. () Chemical Reactions Involved in the Denitration Process with HCOOH and HCHO. In: Cecille L., Halaszovich S.

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