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Quarterly progress report research and development activities, waste fixation program

Pacific Northwest Laboratory

Quarterly progress report research and development activities, waste fixation program

by Pacific Northwest Laboratory

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Published by Dept. of Energy, [Office of Energy Technology], Pacific Northwest Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Richland, Wash, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radioactive wastes

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesWaste fixation program
    SeriesPNL ; 2265-4
    ContributionsMcElroy, James L, United States. Dept. of Energy
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14882135M

    A progress report is an executive summary of the progress an individual (and his team) has made on a certain project over a certain time frame. An individual may report and explain the work that has been covered, resources spent, unexpected problems or instances that the project has undergone (if any), estimated time of completion, and other details concerning the project at hand. This document is one of a series of technical progress reports designed to report on all Division of Waste Management and Transportation (DWMT) funded programs at Battel le, Pacific lorthwest Laboratories, with the exception of the Commercial Radioactive Waste Fixation Program. These reports are issued on a quarterly basis.

    MSC's Life Systems Division was responsible for directing the development program. Quarterly Status Report No. 1, p. 16; GPO Activity Report, , pp. ; letter, William D. Fowler, Whirlpool Corp., to E L Michel, MSC-LSD, Subj: GEMINI Feeding and Waste System - .   A departmental report generally describes the achievements of goals and objectives for the reporting period. This can be an account of financial details, production results, proposals and projections. It includes challenges, successes, failures and recommendations. Different organizations may require customized.

    influential reports. For example, the report of the High Level Panel established by the Secretary General called for a goal to achieve universal access to water and sanitation, and end open defecation. This was echoed in the Sustainable Development Solutions Network Report, the Budapest Water Summit Statement, and the UN-Water recommendation for a.   The U.S. Department of Energy Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Program conducts research and development in hydrogen production, delivery, infrastructure, storage, fuel cells, and multiple end uses across transportation, industrial, and stationary power applications. The program also includes activities in technology validation, manufacturing, analysis, systems development and integration, .


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Quarterly progress report, October--December [Commerical waste fixation, waste from characterization, alternative waste fixation processes, and systems safety evaluation]. Quarterly progress report research and development activities waste fixation program July through September Technical Report McElroy, J L DOI: / @article{osti_, title = {Research and development activities waste fixation program.

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The tests demonstrated that silicon metal powder added. Quarterly progress report Research and development activities Waste Fixation Program July--November By A.M.

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Platt. Abstract. Research and development activities of the Waste Fixation Program for October through Waste fixation program book are described in this report. The objective of this program is to develop processes to convert high-level radioactive liquid waste (HLLW) to solid forms that are demonstrated to be physically, chemically, and radiolytically stable and inert.

Progress reports from the high level waste immobilization program dealing with research activities on the solidification of high level radioactive waste are presented. Progress in waste fixation process development, waste form characterization, and alternative waste fixation processes are discussed.

An engineering-scale in-can melting run was made that confirmed a melting rate of 48 kg/h in a in.-dia canister containing a drop-in fin assembly consisting of 8 fins. The feasibility of accurately monitoring the melt level was demonstrated, using equipment located outside the cell.

The interface can be located to within 1 in. Increased emphasis was placed on canister design and development. McElroy, Quarterly Progress Report Research and Development Activities, Waste Fixation Program, Oct.-Dec.Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratory Report, PNL, Nov.

Buy this book on publisher's site; Reprints and Permissions; Personalised recommendations. McElroy, “Quarterly Progress Report Research and Development Activities, Waste Fixation Program,” Oct.

-Dec.Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories Report. McElroy, Quarterly Progress Report, Research and Development Activities, Waste Fixation Program, July-SeptemberBNWL, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, January. McElroy, “Quarterly Progress Report, Research and Development Activities, Waste Fixation Program,” Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories Report BNWL.

Research and development activities waste fixation program. Quarterly progress report April--June By J. McElroy N --Nuclear Materials & Waste Management--Disposal & Storage, Radioactive Waste Disposal.

Mendel, Commercial Radioactive Waste Composition Used In the Waste Fixation Program, ±n “Quarterly Progress Report, Research and Development Activities, Waste Fixation Program, July through September” BNWL, Pacific Northwest Lab., Richland, WA (November ).

Research and development activities waste fixation program. Quarterly progress report, January--March Get this from a library. Quarterly progress report research and development activities: waste fixation program. [J L McElroy; Pacific Northwest Laboratory.; United States. Department of Energy.].

UC, Waste Disposal and Processing (TID, 17th Ed.) QUAR TE RLJ PROGRESS REPORT RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES FIXATION OF RADIOACTIVE RESIDUES OCTOBER - DECEMBER, Members of the Staff Chemical Research and Development Hanford Laboratories Operation Edited By E.

Irish Janu HANFORD ATOMIC PRODUCTS OPERATION. Radioactive waste fixation: research and development activities quarterly progress report, April-June Technical Report Pearce, D.W. Simulated waste feeds were used in 25 spray-calciner runs made to study the effect of additives on low-acid and neutralized waste calcination.

Characteristics of solidified high-level products. Technical Report Series No. International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna (). Ross, W. Thermal fracture behavior of glass in simulated glass canisters. Quarterly progress report, research and development activities, waste fixation program, October through December.

Constructing a written report demonstrates the ability to determine the type of information useful to your audience. Quarterly reports capture business actions, progress, decisions and status relative to a finite period, but should include references or comparisons to annual data as well.

Implementation of Community Development Program Health and Hygiene Education Small-scale facilities and operational support 3R promotion at community and household level Training for Skills Development Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Monthly Progress Report, January Page 3.Rural Development Progress Report FY ERS's March Report on Rural Wealth Creation: Concepts, Strategies, and Measures The Impact of the Rural Energy for America Program on Promoting Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.View the current Quarterly Progress Report.

For older reports, see the Archived reports page. Annual Report. Each year, Council will publish a summary of its achievements with respect to the implementation of the Delivery Program and Operational Plan and other information that is of community interest, required under the Local Government Act