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Ion-exchange for radioactive waste treatment.

David Keir

Ion-exchange for radioactive waste treatment.

by David Keir

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Published by University of Salford in Salford .
Written in English


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PhD thesis, Chemistry and Applied Chemistry.

SeriesD75107/87
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Open LibraryOL20308757M

Mason, J. Brad, and Myers, Corey A. "THOR® Steam Reforming Technology for the Treatment of Ion Exchange Resins and More Complex Wastes Such as Fuel Reprocessing Wastes." Proceedings of the ASME 13th International Conference on Environmental Remediation and Cited by: 3. Treatment and Conditioning of Spent Ion Exchange Resins from Research Reactors, Precipitation Sludges and Other Radioactive Concentrates Design of a Centralized Waste Processing and Storage Facility. The order of preparation of the manuals is based on priority needs of Member States and it is recognized that additional areas of technical need.

Hazardous-waste management - Hazardous-waste management - Treatment, storage, and disposal: Several options are available for hazardous-waste management. The most desirable is to reduce the quantity of waste at its source or to recycle the materials for some other productive use. A general book on ion exchange processes applied to the nuclear fuel cycle has not previously been published. It is hoped that However, méthylène sulfonic acid resins are used in the treatment of some radioactive waste streams and carboxylic acid polymers based on either crosslinked methacrylic or acrylic acid polymers are used in some.

Radioactive waste management at nuclear power plants in the treatment of radioactive waste can give rise to some problems such as corrosion, scaling, or foaming. with subsequent liquid waste treatment processes, e.g. ion exchange, or with the re-use of the water. waste, and radioactive waste from other Dutch producers of radioactive waste, e.g. hospitals and laboratories, has been stored for many years in the dedicated surface storage facility at ECN/NRG’s research site, the Waste Storage Facility (WSF). In its ‘Memorandum on Radioactive Waste’, the Dutch government stipulated that from


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Ion-exchange for radioactive waste treatment by David Keir Download PDF EPUB FB2

Radioactive waste is waste that contains radioactive makethemworkforyou.comctive waste is usually a by-product of nuclear power generation and other applications of nuclear fission or nuclear technology, such as research and makethemworkforyou.comctive waste is hazardous to most forms of life and the environment, and is regulated by government Ion-exchange for radioactive waste treatment.

book in order to protect human health and the environment. treatment of spent ion exchange media has been covered in two IAEA Technical Reports, one published in (Technical Reports Series No. 78, Operation and Control of Ion-exchange Processes for Treatment of Radioactive Wastes), the other in (Technical Reports Series No.Treatment of Spent Ion-exchange Resins for Storage and Disposal).

Thus, ion-exchange is used in nuclear reprocessing and the treatment of radioactive waste. Ion-exchange resins in the form of thin membranes are also used in chloralkali process, fuel.

Radioactive waste treatment. To ensure its safe discharge into the environment, liquid radioactive waste has to fulfill very strict requirements connected with the limits of radioactive substances and other impurities (suspended particulates, chemical, biological, heavy metals, etc.).

To achieve the standards described in national. In nuclear facilities, there is highly contaminated organic radioactive waste such as ion exchange resins for water purification in nuclear power plants. In the future, it is desired that this waste be decomposed to reduce the volume and to become stable.

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Claudia Cobzaru, Vassilis Inglezakis, in Progress in Filtration and Separation, Abstract. The process of ion exchange is one of the most utilized techniques in water and wastewater treatment as well as in separation processes as chemical synthesis, medical research, food processing, mining, agriculture, etc.

In the first section of the present chapter the kinetics and thermodynamics of. The treatment of radioactive liquid wastes hy ion exchange has been widely adopted, alone or combined with other processes.

Among various ion exchangers, inorganics are more economical than organics if no regeneration is practiced in the process.

The book by Bolto and Pawlowski, two authorities on the subject of Waste Treatment by Ion Exchange, fits the criteria just enumerated. Not only do the authors describe the subject matter of wastewater treatment quite authoritatively, they put ion exchange technology into its proper perspective with respect to competing technology (Chapter 1).

Get this from a library. Operation and control of ion-exchange processes for treatment of radioactive wastes. [L A Emelity; International Atomic Energy Agency,].

Ion exchange, in which specific ions (hazardous or radioactive) are removed by ion exchange media from the water, which is then either recycled or released.

The ions captured by the ion exchange resins may be removed by regeneration, in which case a secondary waste stream is created that must be treated.

Treatment of radioactive waste. The aim of the radioactive waste treatment is to minimize the volume of waste requiring management. Treatment process selection for waste depends upon its radiological and physicochemical properties and the quantity (IAEA, ; Adenot et al, ; Chang, ).

The objective of this section is to provide a Cited by: 4. Rohm and Haas Ion Exchange Ion exchange introduction 1 FD Sep ION EXCHANGE FOR DUMMIES An introduction Water Water is a liquid.

Water is made of water molecules (formula H2O). All natural waters contain some foreign substances, usually in small amounts. The purpose of this technical seminar was to evaluate the present state of the art in matter of advanced separation techniques like solvent extraction, ion-exchange, chemical precipitation, membrane and electrical processes for the treatment of radioactive liquid waste and a selection of some specific industrial non-radioactive effluents.

The performance of spherical Resorcinol-Formaldehyde ion-exchange resin for the removal of cesium from alkaline radioactive waste solutions has been investigated through computer modeling.

Ion exchange is one of the most common and effective treatment methods for liquid radioactive waste. This book reviews the current literature on the subject and reports on the existing state of the art of the application of ion exchange processes for liquid radioactive waste treatments and of the management of spent ion exchange media.

Abstract. Loviisa Nuclear Power Plant has been operating for 25 reactor-years and has produced m 3 of radio-active waste ion exchange resins, which is considered to be intermediate radioactive waste. For final deposition all this mass, produced during reactor life-time, has to be solidified in makethemworkforyou.com: Risto Jārnstrōm.

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Clearfield A. () Inorganic Ion Exchange Materials for Nuclear Waste Effluent Treatment. In: Sawyer D.T., Martell A.E. (eds) Industrial Environmental Chemistry. Industry-University Cooperative Chemistry Program makethemworkforyou.com by: 3.

the method of this invention as applied to disposal of radioactively contaminated ion exchange resins reduces the space required for storage and/or burial or bulk quantities of this type of radioactive waste material, provides a self-sealing medium within the storage containers to prevent small leaks when the containers are stored in an aqueous Cited by:.

Thermal Plasma Treatment of Waste Ion-Exchange Resins Doped with Metals Article in Thin Solid Films () · July with 22 Reads How we measure 'reads'.Radioactive Waste Management Status and Trends - Issue #4 February IAEA/WMDB/ST/4.Treatment and conditioning of spent ion exchange resins from nuclear facilities is a complex process that not only should contemplate obtaining a stable product suitable for long-term storage and/or disposal, but also have to take into account the treatment of secondary currents generated during the makethemworkforyou.com: Hernán Ariel Castro, Raúl Ariel Rodríguez, Vittorio Luca, Hugo Luis Bianchi.