Din avgränsning ger 13 träffar.
The KBS-3concept implies that spent nuclear fuel is placed in copper canisters surrounded by clay and finally placed approximately 500 m down from surface into granitic bedrock, in order to isolate the spent nuclear fuel from humans and environment for very long time scales (i.e. millions ofInnehållstyp: Publikationer
2009:09 Analysis of three sets of SWIW tracer test data using a two-population complex fracture model for matrix diffusion and sorption
For the non-sorbing tracer uranine, both the finite and the semi-infinite populations play a distinct role in controlling BTC. For the sorbing tracers Cs and Rb the finite population does not saturate, but acts essentially semi-infinite, thus the BTC behaviour is comparable to that obtained forInnehållstyp: Publikationer
2008:17 Review of SR-Can: Evaluation of SKB’s handling of spent fuel performance, radionuclide chemistry and geosphere transport parameters
External review contribution in support of SKI’s and SSI’s review of SR-Can. The work presented in this report is part of the Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate’s (SKI) and the Swedish Radiation Protection Authority’s (SSI) SR-Can review project. The Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management CoInnehållstyp: Publikationer