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Titel: Geology of High-Level Nuclear Waste Disposal
Autor/en: I. S. Roxburgh

ISBN: 0412299100
EAN: 9780412299100
An introduction.
Auflage 1987.
Book.
Sprache: Englisch.
Springer Netherlands

30. November 1987 - gebunden - 242 Seiten

Inhaltsverzeichnis

1 An introduction to high-level nuclear waste and the concept of geological disposal.
- 1.1 Classification of nuclear waste.
- 1.2 Origin of class I and II wastes.
- 1.3 Amounts of waste involved.
- 1.4 The nature of HLW and SURF.
- 1.5 The need for containment.
- 1.6 The concept of geological disposal of radioactive wastes.
- 1.7 Criteria for a HLW geological repository.
- 1.8 Non-geological methods of HLW disposal.
- 1.9 Conclusions.- 2 The suitability of evaporites as HLW repositories.
- 2.1 Introduction.
- 2.2 Mineralogy and variability of evaporites.
- 2.3 Physical properties of evaporites.
- 2.4 Fluid inclusions in evaporites.
- 2.5 Hydrogeology of evaporites.
- 2.6 The rate of movement of salt diapirs.
- 2.7 The effects of radiation on salt.
- 2.8 Conclusions with respect to evaporites.- 3 The suitability of crystalline rocks as HLW repositories.
- 3.1 Introduction.
- 3.2 Mineralogy of granitic rocks.
- 3.3 Physical and chemical properties of granites.
- 3.4 The hydrogeology of granites.
- 3.5 Effects of radiation on crystalline rock.
- 3.6 Basalts.
- 3.7 Tuffaceous rocks.
- 3.8 Conclusions with respect to granitic and other crystalline rocks.- 4 The suitability of argillaceous rocks as HLW repositories.
- 4.1 Introduction.
- 4.2 Origin and composition of argillaceous rocks.
- 4.3 The effect of heat on argillaceous rocks.
- 4.4 The hydrogeology of clays.
- 4.5 The ability of clays to retard the passage of radionuclides.
- 4.6 Conclusions with respect to argillaceous rocks.- 5 The containment of radionuclides within repositories.
- 5.1 The major physicochemical processes involved in radionuclide retardation.
- 5.2 The study of natural analogues.
- 5.3 Stabilizing waste forms.
- 5.4 The waste canister.
- 5.5 Buffer and backfill materials.
- 5.6 Conclusions.- 6 Repository options, design and construction.
- 6.1 Introduction.
- 6.2 Repository site selection guidelines.
- 6.3 Thermal loading in repositories.
- 6.4 Subsurface excavation.
- 6.5 Geothermal gradients.
- 6.6 Examples of repositories.
- 6.7 Backfilling and sealing repositories.- 7 Seabed disposal of high-level radioactive waste.
- 7.1 Introduction.
- 7.2 The London Dumping Convention.
- 7.3 Criteria for the selection of seabed disposal sites.
- 7.4 Sites under consideration for seabed disposal.
- 7.5 The nature of the seabed sediments.
- 7.6 Emplacement techniques.
- 7.7 The waste form and the canister.
- 7.8 Thermal effects on the sediment.
- 7.9 The sediment as a barrier to radionuclide migration.
- 7.10 The transportation of radionuclides from the seabed-water interface to the food chain.- 8 Groundwater and its movement.
- 8.1 Introduction.
- 8.2 The nature of groundwater and its ability to dissolve geochemical material and radionuclides.
- 8.3 Movement of groundwater.
- 8.4 Problems in defining the relevant hydrogeological parameters.
- 8.5 Conclusions.- 9 Risk assessment and release scenarios for rock repositories.
- 9.1 Introduction.
- 9.2 Approaches to release scenarios and risk assessment.
- 9.3 A time scale for predictions.
- 9.4 Examples of generic and site-specific release scenarios.
- 9.5 Conclusions regarding release scenarios and risk analysis.- References.
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