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2008:07 Modelling of long term geochemical evolution and study of mechanical perturbation of bentonite buffer of a KBS-3 repository
PART I: The Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Co. (SKB) has recently completed a safety assessment project named SR-Can, related to the KBS-3 disposal concept. In this concept, the waste packages are surrounded by a buffer made of either MX-80 or Deponit CA-N bentonite. InteractionsContent type: Publications
2008:05 International Expert Review of SR-Can: Safety Assessment Methodology - External review contribution in support of SSI's and SKI's review of SR-Can
In 2006, SKB published a safety assessment (SR-Can) as part of its work to support a licence application for the construction of a final repository for spent nuclear fuel. The report represented the culmination of work conducted by SKB over several years, focusing on the goal of making theContent type: Publications
2005:13 (SKI 2005:40) Review of SKB's interim report of SR-Can: SKI's and SSI's evaluation of SKB's updated methodology for safety assessment.
This report presents the fi ndings of a review of the Swedish NuclearFuel and Waste Management Co.’s (SKB) interimreport of the safety assessment SR-Can (SKB TR 04-11), conducted by the Swedish Radiation Protection Authority (SSI) and the Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate (SKI). SKB’s interimContent type: Publications
This report is largely a result of the Swed-ish contribution to an IAEA co-ordinated research programme (CRP) on the use of selected safety indicators in the assessment of radioactive waste disposal. The CRP was focusing on the assessment of the longterm safety of radioactive waste disposal byContent type: Publications
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