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  • 2007:29 Intercomparison of Cement Solid-Solution Models

    Many concepts for the geological storage of radioactive waste incorporate cement based materials, which act to provide a chemical barrier, impede groundwater flow or provide structural integrity of the underground structures. Thus, it is important to understand the long-term behaviour of these

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  • 2007:30 Modelling the Interaction of Low pH Cements and Bentonite

    Concrete and cement are used in constructions as well as in conditioning of waste inrepositories for radioactive waste. It is well known that in the hyperalkaline conditions (pH > 12) of standard cement pore fluids, there is potential for deleterious effects upon the host rock and other EBS

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  • 2007:32 Low pH Cements

    Concrete and cement are used in constructions as well as in conditioning of waste in repositories for radioactive waste. The development of low pH cements for use in geological repositories for radioactive waste stem from concerns over the potential for deleterious effects upon the host rock and

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  • 2007:21 On tentative decommissioning cost analysis with specific authentic cost calculations with the application of the Omega code on a case linked to the Intermediate storage facility for spent fuel in Sweden

    The aim of this applied study has been to demonstrate how a cost calculation is done in a systematic way. The framework of the project has been limited to older nuclear installations in Sweden. Furthermore, it may be envisaged that the process of making regular estimates of all the parameters is

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  • 2007:07 DECOVALEX-THMC Project - Task A

    This report presents the definition of the first phase, Task A-1, of the Task A of the international DECOVALEX project. The task is a working example of how interaction between THMC modelling and SA analysis could be performed. Starting with the technical definition of the Task A, the report

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  • 2007:11 Review of Quality Assurance in SKBs Repository Research Experiments

    SKB is preparing a license application for the construction of a final repository for spent nuclear fuel in Sweden. This application will be supported by the safety assessment SR-Site for the post-closure phase. As a preparation for SR-Site SKB has recently produced the SRCan safety assessment,

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  • 2007:12 Development of a constitutive model for the plastic deformation and creep of copper and its use in the estimate of the creep life of the copper canister

    The copper-iron canister for disposal of nuclear waste in the Swedish Programme has a design life exceeding 100,000 years. Whilst the operating temperature and operating stress are modest, the very long design life does require that the likely creep performance of the canister should be

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  • 2007:08 DECOVALEX-THMC - Task B

    This report summarizes the work contributed to Phase 2 of Task B of the international DECOVALEX-THMC project, which took place during the period of March 2004 to May 2006. The Phase 2 work incorporated the use of a wide range of numerical models to simulate the failure of a number of intact rock

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  • 2007:03 Variability and Uncertainties of Key Hydrochemical Parameters for SKB Sites

    An important part of the site investigations conducted by the Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Company (SKB) is the characterisation of groundwater chemical conditions in the deep bedrock environment where a final repository for spent nuclear fuel is planned to be located. This work is

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  • 2007:10 DECOVALEX-THMC - Task D

    The DECOVALEX project is an international cooperative project initiated by SKI, the Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate, with participation of about 10 international organizations. The name DECOVALEX stands for DEvelopment of COupled models and their VALidation against Experiments. The general goal

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