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  • 2008:48 SKI:s yttrande och utvärdering av SKB:s redovisning av Fud-program 2007

    Svensk Kärnbränslehantering AB, SKB, har lämnat in Fud-program 2007 till SKI för granskning enligt 12 § lagen (1984:3) om kärnteknisk verksamhet (kärntekniklagen). Baserat på SKI:s granskning och inkomna remissyttranden bedömer SKI att regeringen bör

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  • 2008:57 Discrete Feature Model (DFM) User Documentation

    This manual describes the DiscreteFeature Model (DFM) software package for modelling groundwater flow and solute transport in networks of discrete features. A discretefeature conceptual model represents fractures and other waterconducting features around a repository as discrete conductors

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  • 2008:48E Review Statement and Evaluation of the Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Co´s (SKB) RD&D Programme 2007

    The review of the RD&D Programmes (Research, Development, Demonstration) prepared by the Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Co (SKB) is a recurrent task that the Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate (SKI) must carry out as a regulatory authority with the support of reviewing bodies

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  • 2008:10 International Expert Review of SR-Can: Engineered Barrier Issues

    The Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Company (SKB) has recently submitted a license application for the construction of a spent fuel encapsulation plant. SKB plans to submit a further license application in 2009 for the construction of a repository for the disposal spent nuclear fuel.

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  • 2008:08 Review of SKB:s Work on Coupled THM Processes Within SR-Can External review contribution in support of SKI:s and SSI:s

    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 Co (SKB) plans to submit a license application for the construction of a

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  • 2008:12 Independent Calculations for the SRCan Assessment

    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

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  • 2008:11 Discrete-Feature Modelling of Groundwater Flow and Solute Transport for SR-Can Review

    Review 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

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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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  • 2007:32 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

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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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