By Horst Böhm, Klaus-Detlef Closs, Klaus Kühn (auth.), Jeffery Lewins, Martin Becker (eds.)
The Editors enjoy providing quantity thirteen of this annual evaluation sequence, consisting, as traditional, of writer itative stories of well timed advancements within the technical fields of nuclear engineering, technological know-how, and teechnology. nobody locally we attempt to serve in a publish Harrisburg period will desire convincing of the relevance of the 1st goods to be pointed out from the quantity. Instru mentation for two-phase circulate measurements, by means of Banerjee and Lahey, has applicability within the engineering learn hard work atory and to energy reactors; the U. S. LWR nonetheless is still the dominant strength reactor sort and turns out prone to maintain its carry if simply in the course of the capital of present vegetation this century. Messrs. Bohm, Closs, and Kuhn, besides the fact that, have an extended time scale to appreciate as they view for us the clients of nuclear waste disposal from a eu standpoint. they bring about out well the political elements that can't be divorced from technical issues during this region, or within the extra militant phrases of war of words, during this enviornment, probably. we're happy to hold during this quantity complemen tary papers on mathematical tools in nuclear engineering.
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Anomalous electron-spin country populations within the Electron Paramagnetic Re sonance (EPR) spectra of radicals shaped in the course of radio lysis experiments have been saw in 1963 via FESSENDEN and SCHULER [170a]. This phenomenon didn't obtain a lot awareness on the time. In 1967, BARGON, FISCHER, and JOHNSEN  and independently WARD and LAWLER [7,8] stated the same phenomenon for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectra taken in the course of radical reactions: emission or better absorption, or either.
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This makes the ingestion hazard the ~uantity to be used in evalua~ing the hazard potential of the waste. ure of the ingestion hazard, the quantity of water is used that is. ible concentration in drinking water, a given amount of a substance or a mixture of substances (75). 47 RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL This quantity allows a relatively good comparison to be made of the hazard potentials and their dependence on time of various radio toxic or chemically toxic substances. However, other quantities also are used to assess the hazard potential, such as the number of lethal doses referred to the amount considered to be of specific substance in the case, for example, of oral ingestion (76), or for radiotoxic substances, the cancer doses (77,78).
The glass is able to take up some 20 to 30 weight percentage of fission product oxides; the present trend seems to favor lower fission product contents (around 15%) in order to reduce the thermal burden. Borophosphate glass has been developed mainly in France to handle waste solutions with high molybdenum contents from the reprocessing of metallic U-Mo fuel elements. Molybdenum cannot be dissolved homogeneously in pure borosilicate glass. In some countries, the developmental work on phosphate glass solidification has been stopped, mainly because of the corrosion problems arising in melting and the relatively low temperature at which there may be crystallization of the glass.
In some countries, the developmental work on phosphate glass solidification has been stopped, mainly because of the corrosion problems arising in melting and the relatively low temperature at which there may be crystallization of the glass. A remedy against the susceptibility to undergo crystallization may be improved heat removal, which is envisaged, for example, in the PAMELA technique by embedding phosphate glass beads in a metal matrix (31). In most countries, the development work is concentrated on fixing high-level fission product solutions in a matrix of borosilicate glass.
Advances in Nuclear Science and Technology by Horst Böhm, Klaus-Detlef Closs, Klaus Kühn (auth.), Jeffery Lewins, Martin Becker (eds.)