2 edition of Spent Fuel Performance Assessment and Research (IAEA-Tecdoc Series) found in the catalog.
Spent Fuel Performance Assessment and Research (IAEA-Tecdoc Series)
January 2003 by International Atomic Energy Agency .
Written in English
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The current publication provides an update on national spent fuel management strategies, ongoing spent fuel and system performance in wet and dry storage, and latest national research and development activities relating to spent fuel storage.
As storage durations increase, spent fuel performance is a critical issue. This publication presents the results of an IAEA coordinated research project on this topic and contains useful information on the integrity and degradation of Spent Fuel Performance Assessment and Research book fuel during storage.
The second phase of the IAEA Spent Fuel Performance Assessment and Research (SPAR-II) CRP () involved the European Commission as well as 13 other organizations from 12 countries: Argentina (joined later), Canada, France, Germany, Hungary, Japan (2), Republic of Korea (only for a limited period), Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, UK, and USA.
Get this from a library. Spent fuel performance assessment and research: final report of a coordinated research project on spent fuel performance assessment and research (SPAR-III) [International Atomic Energy Agency,;] -- "Since the IAEA has been organizing coordinated research projects on the behaviour of power reactor spent fuel during long term (or extended) storage.
Spent Fuel Performance Assessment and Research. IAEA TECDOC No. English IAEA-TECDOC Download PDF ( MB) Get citation details × Cite this content as: INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, Spent Fuel Performance Assessment and Research, IAEA-TECDOC, IAEA, Vienna ().
How to Access IAEA e. Performance assessment of the geological disposal of spent fuel. In T. McMenamin (Ed.), 4th Conference of the European Commission on the Management and Disposal of Radioactive Waste (pp.
European Commission EC. Report EUR No. Continued spent fuel storage and future transitions from one phase of the back-end of the nuclear fuel cycle to the next require that the operational experience and research results to be reported and disseminated to the Member States for input to continued operations safety assessments and the licensing of new facilities.
IAEA Spent Fuel Performance Assessment and Research Programmes (SPAR II and III) Ferenc Takáts TS Enercon Kft. Budapest, Hungary. E-mail: ([email protected]). This performance assessment characterized plausible treatment options conceived by the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory (INEL) for its spent fuel and high-level radioactive waste and then.
Information Sheet Title: Spent Fuel Performance Assessment and Research (SPAR IV) Summary: Continued spent fuel storage and future transitions from one phase of the back-end of the nuclear fuel cycle to the next require that the operational experience and research results be reported and disseminated to the Member States for input to continued operations safety assessments and the.
In the spent fuel pools of Units 1–6, as well as in a common pool, the used fuel rods were stored at the time of accident. A sketch of the spent fuel pool at Unit 4 is shown in Fig. Numbers of used fuel rods in the spent fuel pools and estimated total decay heat for Units 1–6 and a common pool are shown in Table (Japanese Government, 7 June ).
This publication focuses on the storage of spent nuclear fuel from power reactors, which is a topic of increasing importance to Member States.
To support their needs, the IAEA has carried out successive coordinated research projects (CRPs) on spent fuel performance and the behaviour of spent fuel assemblies in storage since the s.
Section four deals with issues and challenges related to spent fuel reprocessing. The spent fuel reprocessing options assessment of economics, proliferation resistance, and environmental impact are discussed. The importance of public acceptance for a reprocessing strategy is discussed.
This paper describes the iterative process of grouping and performance assessment that has led to the current grouping of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) spent nuclear fuel (SNF).
Abstract: This chapter discusses the potential impacts of spent nuclear fuel recycling on geological repositories. This chapter first provides background information on spent nuclear fuel management practices in the US and internationally, and then discusses the various advanced recycling technologies that are being used or considered and finally the potential impacts of these recycling.
Review of Research on Performance Assessments for Disposal of High-Level Waste and Spent Nuclear Fuel in a Generic Geologic Bedded Salt-Hosted Repository Prepared by Stephen Self and Jin-Ping Gwo Division of Spent Fuel Management Office of Nuclear Material Safety and Safeguards U.S.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission September, Preamble. The ultimate objectives of spent fuel dry storage are to prevent a gross rupture of the spent fuel during operation and to keep its retrievability until transportation because storage implementation was born conceptually as an intermediate method before a permanent decision.These objectives have led to active spent fuel integrity evaluation research prior to storage system.
As of September4 tons of spent fuel from HANARO was stored in the pool on site (NSSC, ). HANARO is a multi-purpose research reactor used for fuel performance testing, material irradiation testing, radio isotope (RI) production, and basic science and applications studies.
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repository, the fuel would be sealed inside a carbon steel-lined copper container. To assist the development of performance assessment models studies of fuel behaviour inside a failed waste container are underway.
Using an iterative modeling and experimental approach, the important. This assessment studied the performance of high-level radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel in a hypo- thetical repository in unsaturated tuff. The results of this lo-month study are intended. performance-based regulation •Evaluate spent fuel storage and transport eventual transportation –Identify issues requiring further research (e.g.
high burnup fuel) •Long-term –Demonstration program –Known condition of spent fuel consistent with transportation requirements Revising the Paradigm Propose evaluations. Quality Aspects of Determining Key Rock Parameters for the Design And Performance Assessment of a Repository for Spent Nuclear Fuel Chapter February with 8 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: IAEA. Behaviour of Spent Power Reactor Fuel during Storage: Extracts from the Final Reports of Coordinated Research Projects on Behaviour of Spent Fuel Assemblies in Storage (BEFAST I-III) and Spent Fuel Performance Assessment and Research (SPAR I-III) - 1.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF BOILERS Bureau of Energy Efficiency 1 Introduction Performance of the boiler, like efficiency and evaporation ratio reduces with time, due to poor combustion, heat transfer fouling and poor operation and maintenance.
Deterioration of fuel quality and water quality also leads to poor performance of boiler. Quite the contrary, in most performance assessments this dose is dominated by long-lived fission products, activation products and, in the very long perspective, actinide daughters.
This makes the far-field migration properties of the actinides less interesting for further research. t heavy metal (HM) in the yearcompared with a spent fuel generation of some 13 t HM/a. In addition, by the year about 70 t HM/a of cumulative spent fuel arisings will have been generated.
The report deals with the cost analysis of interim spent fuel storage; however. Earlier research has focused to explore the factors that are related to the academic performance of university students [Hijazi and Naqvi (); Vandamme, et al. (); Cheesman, et al. ()].
• Standard Review Plan for Spent Fuel Dry Storage Facilities (NUREG) • Technical Gap Assessment –Component performance –System performance –Research plan to address technical gaps • Cooperative Research (e.g., ESCP) • Stakeholder Involvement. Title. Construct, operate, and decommission commercial reactors and fuel cycle facilities.
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This document has proposed research to evaluate the possibility of using Yucca Mountain as a possible repository for this spent nuclear fuel. The proposed research will achieve the following goals: (1) explain the criteria necessary to make a suitable high level radioactive waste repository, and (2) determine if Yucca Mountain meets these criteria.
Performance measures for public program assessments are generally identified as input, process, output, and outcome (Hatry, ). Input is a measure of the resources (money, people, and time) provided for the activity being assessed.
Used fuel can be recycled. That’s right. Used nuclear fuel can be recycled to make new fuel and byproducts. More than 90% of its potential energy still remains in the fuel, even after five years of operation in a reactor.
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