Facilitating Technology for Fuel Production and Energy-Enhanced Products

Spent Fuel Characteristics Provided by the CDB—An Update

On the Particle Size Distribution of Crushed Spent Fuel

On-Site Interim Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel: Emerging Public Issues

Impacts of Transportation Regulations on Spent Fuel and High Level Waste Cask Design

Experience with Spent Fuel Storage Licensing

Ontario Hydro's Plan for Used Nuclear Fuel

Three-Dimensional Finite Element Modelling of Near-Field Contaminant Transport in a Nuclear Fuel Waste Disposal Vault

Uranyl Oxide Hydrates and Uraninite Corrosion: Relevance to Natural Analogue Studies of Spent Fuel Corrosion

The German Cask-Concept for Intermediate and Final Storage of Spent Fuel

Testing and Cobra-SFS Analysis of the VSC-17 Ventilated Concrete, Spent Fuel Storage Cask

Convective Heat Transfer in Spent Fuel Canisters

Equivalence to 1,000 MTHM of Spent Fuel: Application of 40 CFR Part 191 to Other Wastes

Effects of Long Term Dry Storage of Spent Fuel on the Performance of Further Extended Storage, Transport and Disposal Packaging

Ontario Hydro Used Fuel Transportation Assessment

Dissolution Rates of As-Received and Partially Oxidized Spent Fuel

The Socio-Economic Impact Assessment for Nuclear Fuel Waste Disposal—Meeting the Challenges of the Canadian Environmental Review Process

A Comparison of a New Generation of Spent Fuel Cask Designs with Current Cask Design Characteristics

Shipping Cask Development Loaded 4 PWR Fuel Assemblies

The Thermal Analysis of BR-100: A Barge/Rail Nuclear Spent Fuel Transportation Container





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