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[Webbsidor] 1. 2012:71 Identification of Brittle Deformation Zones and Weakness Zones   [Publikation]
In preparation for the review of Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Company"s (SKB) license application for disposal of spent nuclear fuel, Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (SSM) is conducting studies to evaluate the performance of the multi-barrier ...
[Webbsidor] 2. 2012:67 Technical Note, Hydrogeological modelling of the Forsmark site   [Publikation]
A modelling study has been conducted using discrete-fracture network (DFN) models in combination with discrete-feature hydrogeological modelling methods for representation of other potentially conductive features such as the disturbed zone around repository ...
[Webbsidor] 3. 2012:65 Technical Note, Review of the Nuclear Criticality Safety of SKB"s Licensing Application for a Spent Nuclear Fuel Repository in Sweden   [Publikation]
The Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Company in 2011 applied to the Swedish government for approval of a proposed solution for disposal of used fuel from Swedish nuclear power reactors and some relatively minor quantities of other fissile material. ...
[Webbsidor] 4. 2012:63 Technical Note, Review of Radionuclide Sorption on Bentonite and Forsmark Bedrock Material   [Publikation]
Denna rapport granskar sorption-data för bentonit och berg vilka har använts i säkerhetsanalysen SR-Site. Det kan konstateras att härledningen av Kd-värden har gjorts på ett systematiskt sätt och att presentationen av resultat är uttömmande. ...
[Webbsidor] 5. 2012:62 Technical Note, Review of the MARFA Code   [Publikation]
As part of SSM"s Initial Review Phase of SKB"s SR-Site safety assessment of the final disposal of spent nuclear fuel at the Forsmark site, Quintessa has been requested by SSM to review SKB"s MARFA code and consider whether the technical arguments and ...
[Webbsidor] 6. 2012:61 Geochemical Constraints on Buffer Pore Water Evolution and Implications for Erosion   [Publikation]
Mineralogical data from the Forsmark Site show that smectite and calcite occur at all depths in Forsmark fractures, with no evidence for removal/dissolution by previous glacial episodes. This natural analogue information implies that these minerals ...
[Webbsidor] 7. 2012:60 Technical Note, Handling of climate related issues in the safety assessment SR-Site   [Publikation]
The application is based on research carried out over several decades and is an impressive compilation of data and knowledge of the site of Forsmark. The sections on climate, glaciations and permafrost have developed continuously through the earlier ...
[Webbsidor] 8. 2012:59 Technical Note, Initial review phase - Dose Assessment Methodology   [Publikation]
This report has been prepared as part of the Initial Review Phase of SKB"s SR-Site performance assessment of the long-term safety of the KBS-3 geological disposal facility (GDF) proposed for construction at Forsmark. The review addresses the methodology ...
[Webbsidor] 9. 2012:58 Technical Note, Independent radionuclide transport modelling - Reproducing results for main scenarios   [Publikation]
As part of the initial technical review of SR-Site, we applied a simplified model to approximate Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Company (SKB) computations related to the transport of radionuclides at the planned KBS-3 repository at the Forsmark ...
[Webbsidor] 10. 2012:57 Technical Note, Shear movement of near-field rock due to large earthquakes   [Publikation]
This technical note is part of a set of reviews for Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (SSM) by external experts to assist with the Initial Review Phase. The overall goal of the Initial Review Phase is for SSM to achieve a broad coverage of the information ...