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Advances in Materials Science for Environmental and Energy by Josef Matyáš, Tatsuki Ohji, Xingbo Liu, M. Parans

By Josef Matyáš, Tatsuki Ohji, Xingbo Liu, M. Parans Paranthaman, Ram Devanathan, Kevin Fox, Mrityunjay Singh, Winnie Wong‐Ng(eds.)

Those complaints incorporates a choice of 24 papers from 5 2012 fabrics technological know-how and know-how (MS&T'12) symposia.

  • Green applied sciences for fabrics production and Processing III
  • Materials improvement for Nuclear purposes and severe Environments
  • Materials concerns in Nuclear Waste administration within the 21st Century
  • Energy Conversion - Photovoltaic, Concentrating solar energy, and Thermoelectric
  • Energy garage: fabrics, platforms and Applications

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The movement of ions under the influence of an electric potential gradient (electromigration) can be described by means of the dispersion^convection equation: ££ = 0 £ ! f - K ^ (2) dt dxz dx where D is the apparent dispersion coefficient, V is the apparent migration velocity (consisting mainly of electromigration of iron with negligible electroosmotic flow of water). If an instantaneous plane source at JC = 0 and an initial distribution of calcium are assumed, the solution of Eq. 2 is given as follows: c= ^jmex*>{—zn + T^f'Kmh <3) where M is total amount of calcium in the plane source, A is the cross-sectional area, and C0 is the initial concentration of calcium in the compacted bentonite.

38 · Advances in Materials Science for Environmental and Energy Technologies II Radioactive Demonstrations of Fluidized Bed Stream Reforming RADIOACTIVE PRODUCTION OF FBSR PRODUCT Radioactive testing at SRNL included four radioactive demonstrations which were designated as Modules A through D. For all radioactive tests a simulant was prepared and initial testing was performed on the simulants to determine the operational parameters for the radioactive BSR in the shielded cells. Module A was a demonstration to convert Hanford's Waste Treatment Plant-Secondary Waste (WTP-SW which represented the WTP vitrification facility melter off-gas) into an FBSR product.

04% of the solids b. 12 non-radioactive and radioactive Modules B and C are overlain with "doughnut" shaped circles in Figure 1. For all the short term durability test data, the pH increases (becomes more caustic) as the surface area of the material is decreased (see Figure la). For glass waste forms, pH usually increases with increasing surface area. This is indicative that a buffering mechanism may be occurring. 18'19 All the remaining cations appear to be released as a function of the solution pH (Figure le, d and e) and this includes Si, S, and Re.

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