HYDROTHERMAL STABILITY OF SPENT FUEL AND HIGH-LEVEL WASTE CERAMICS IN THE GEOLOGIC REPOSITORY ENVIRONMENT.

Gregory J. McCarthy, William B. White, Sridhar Komarneni, Barry E. Scheetz, W. Phelps Freeborn, Deane K. Smith

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Abstract

The stability trends for four simulated waste forms (spent fuel, a reference glass, a supercalcine ceramic and a coated ceramic) under hydrothermal conditions (100 to 300 degree C; 400 degree C for the coated ceramic; 300 bars) with solutions alone and in contact with basalt and shale are summarized.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages274-276
Number of pages3
StatePublished - Jan 1 2017
EventCeram in Nucl Waste Manage, Proc of an Int Symp - Cincinnati, OH, Engl
Duration: Apr 30 1979May 2 1979

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OtherCeram in Nucl Waste Manage, Proc of an Int Symp
CityCincinnati, OH, Engl
Period4/30/795/2/79

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McCarthy, G. J., White, W. B., Komarneni, S., Scheetz, B. E., Freeborn, W. P., & Smith, D. K. (2017). HYDROTHERMAL STABILITY OF SPENT FUEL AND HIGH-LEVEL WASTE CERAMICS IN THE GEOLOGIC REPOSITORY ENVIRONMENT.. 274-276. Paper presented at Ceram in Nucl Waste Manage, Proc of an Int Symp, Cincinnati, OH, Engl, .