Monday, November 17, 2008: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Franklin 1 (Marriott Philadelphia Downtown)

Nuclear Engineering Division (14)

#140 - Chemical Engineering Advances in the Nuclear Fuel Cycle (14001)
This session is devoted to chemical engineering advances in all stages of the nuclear fuel cycle. This includes spent nuclear fuel management and recycling and waste treatment and disposal. Submissions from industry, universities and national laboratories are welcome describing basic and applied research through to plant operational experience.
Chair:Stuart Arm
Cochairs:Candido Pereira
Vincent Van Brunt
CoSponsor(s):Nuclear Energy (07g)
Extractions (02c)
3:15 PMModeling Solidification Induced Stresses in Ceramic Waste Forms Containing Nuclear Wastes
Charles W. Solbrig, Kenneth J. Bateman
3:40 PMAccelerated Carbonation Study for the Prediction of Long Term Performance of the Nirex Reference Vault Backfill in Radioactive Waste Disposal
Jia Sun, Stefaan J. R. Simons
4:05 PMModeling of Saltcake Dissolution
Rebecca K. Toghiani, Jeffrey S. Lindner
4:30 PMRadioactive High-Level Waste Sludge Rheology and Particle Size: Implications for Vitrification Pre-Treatment Operations
Richard C. Daniel, Rick W. Shimskey, Reid A. Peterson
4:55 PMAcid Consumption of Savannah River Site High Level Waste during Vitrification Pretreatment Processing
Bradley R. Pickenheim, Daniel P. Lambert, Michael E. Stone, D. C. Koopman

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