Densification/Creep Behavior of Experimental Glass-Ceramic Waste Forms for Immobilization of High-Level Calcined Waste at the Idaho Chemical Processing Plantby Krishna Vinjamuri, Westinghouse Idaho Nuclear Co, Idaho Falls, United States,
Abstract: A mixture of simulated high-level calcined waste (HLW) and Frit additives was hot isostatically pressed (HIPed) to a dense glass-ceramic waste form. A densification mapping software was developed for modeling HIP processing parameters such as soak temperature, soak pressure, densification rate, relative density, and calcine particle size. For a typical glass-ceramic waste form the model predicts the prominent densification/creep mechanism.
Subject Headings: Waste management | Chemical wastes | Chemical processes | Material properties | Chemical properties | Industrial wastes | Materials processing | Ceramics | Radioactive wastes | Chemical additives | Mapping | Idaho | North America | United States
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