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Environmental Issues and Waste Management Technologies in the Ceramic and Nuclear Industries X. Proceedings of the 106th Annual Meeting of The American Ceramic Society, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA 2004, Ceramic Transactions, Volume 168

  • ID: 2179013
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  • Region: United States, Indiana
  • 272 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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These proceedings capture advances in the state of knowledge in nuclear and waste materials science and technology. In addition, the proceedings addresses the environmental issues associated with ceramic processing. Included are the status of environmental issues and their solutions, both current and proposed.
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Preface viii

Nuclear and Hazardous Waste Forms and Fuels Processing and Technology

Vitrification Testing and Demonstration for the Hanford Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant 3J.M. Perez, Jr., S.M. Barnes, E.V. Morrey, S. Kelly, Jr., and L Petkus

Bubbling as a Means to Enhance Joule Heated Ceramic Melter Production Rates for Vitrifying Radioactive Wastes 21B.W. Bowan, II, R. Meigs, and E.C. Smith

High Level Waste Processing Experience with Increased Waste Loadings 31C.M. Jantzen, A.D. Cozzi, and N.E. Bibler

DWPF Glass Air–Lift Pump Life Cycle Testing and Plant Implementation 51M.E. Smith, A.B. Barnes, D.F. Bickford, K.J. Imrich, D.C. Iverson, and H.N. Guerrero

Corrosion Resistance of Metal Electrodes in an Iron Phosphate Melt 59C.W. Kim, D. Zhu, and D.E. Day

Fluidized Bed Steam Reforming (FBSR) of Organic and Nitrate Containing Salt Supernate 69C.M. Jantzen

Steam Reformation of Sodium Bearing Waste: Pros & Cons 81D.D. Siemer

ANSTO′s Waste Form Research and Development Capabilities 91E.R. Vance, B.D. Begg, R.A. Day, S. Moricca, D.S. Perera, M.W.A. Stewart, M.L. Carter, P.J. McGlinn, and K.L. Smith

Stabilization of Arsenic–Bearing Iron Hydroxide Solid Wastes in Polymeric Matrices 99F. Rengifo, B. Garbo, A. Quach, W.P. Ela, A.E. Sez, C. Franks, B.J.J. Zelinski, D.P. Birnie, III, H. Smith, and G. Smith

Effect of Thermal Treatment Conditions on Microstructure and Composition of High Temperature Reactor Fuel Kernel 109F. Charollais, A. Duhart, P. Felines, P. Guillermier, and C. Perrais

Glass Waste Forms Modelling, Properties, and Testing

Predicting Phase Equilibria of Spinel–Forming Constituents in Waste Glass Systems 121T.M. Besmann, N.S. Kulkarni, K.E. Spear, and J.D. Vienna

Liquidus Temperature and One Percent Crystal Content Models for Initial Hanford HLW Glasses 133J.D. Vienna, T.B. Edwards, J.V. Crum, D.S. Kim, and D.K. Peeler

Dependency of Sulfate Solubility on Melt Composition and Melt Polymerization 141C.M. Jantzen, M.E. Smith, and D.K. Peeler

Evaluation of Glass from The DWPF Melter 153A.D. Cozzi and N.E. Bibler

Redox Activity of Rhenium in Silicate Glasses 163H.D. Schreiber, C.W. Schreiber, and A.M. Swink

Analysis of Defense Waste Processing Facility Products with Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy 171F.–Y. Yueh, H. Zheng, J.P. Singh, and W.G Ramsey

The Structural Chemistry of Molybdenum in Model High Level Nuclear Waste Glasses, Investigated by MO K–Edge X–Ray Absorption Spectroscopy 179N.C. Hyatt, R.J. Short, R.J. Hand, W.E. Lee, F. Livens, J.M. Charnock, and R.L. Bilsborrow

Ceramic Waste Forms Formulation and Testing

Alpha Decay Damage in Ceramic Waste Forms Microstructural Aspect 191J.–F. Jue, T.P. O′Holleran, S.M. Frank, and S.G. Johnson

Charge Compensation in Ca(La)Ti03 Solid Solutions 199E.R.Vance, B.D. Begg, J.V. Hanna, V. Luca, J.H. Hadley, and F.H. Hsu

Hollandite Ceramics: Effect of Composition on Melting Temperature 207M.L. Carter, E.R. Vance, D.J. Cassidy, H. Li, and D.R.G Mitchell

Chemical Durability of Iron–Substituted Hollandite Ceramics for Cesium Immobilization 217F. Bart, G Leturcq, and H. Rabiller

Titanate Ceramics for Immobilization of U–Rich Wastes 225E.R. Vance, M.L. Carter, S. Moricca, and T.L. Eddowes

Waste Form Development for the Solidification of PDCF/MOX Liquid Waste Streams 233A.D. Cozzi and C.A. Langton

Solidification of Sodium Bearing Waste Using Hydroceramic and Portland Cement Binders 243Y. Bao and M.W. Grutzeck

Grout Formulations For Closing Hanford High–Level Waste Tanks Bench–Scale Study 253T.H. Loner, D.H. Miller, J.R. Harbour, C.A. Langton, and W.L. Mhyre

Chemical Solution Deposition of CaCu3Ti4O12 Thin Films 261M.D. Losego and J.–P. Maria

Author Index 269

Keyword Index 270

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John D. Vienna
Connie C. Herman
Sharon Marra
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