Projected Compositions and Radiogenic Properties of DWPF Glasses

Thermal History and Crystallization Characteristics of the DWPF Glass Waste Form

Initial Comparison of Leach Behavior Between Fully Radioactive and Simulated Nuclear Waste Glasses Through Long-Term Testing. Part 1. Solution Analysis

A Comparison of Glass Reaction at High and Low SA/V: PCT Vs. MCC-1

First-Order Model for Durability of Hanford Waste Glasses as a Function of Composition

Borosilicate Glass (α,n) Sources Used With Origen-Type Calculations

Evaluations of Glass Vitrification Techniques on Iron Ratio Determinations

The Feasibility of Processes for the Production of Oxygen on the Moon
Twenty different processes for the production of oxygen on the Moon have been proposed. An evaluation of their perceived feasibility is presented. The lunar liquid oxygen (LLOX) production...

Vacuum Melting and Mechanical Testing of Simulated Lunar Glasses
Lunar silicate glasses may possess superior mechanical properties compared to terrestrial glasses because the anhydrous lunar environment should prevent hydrolytic weakening of the strong...

Comparison of Micromechanical Models for Elastic Properties
The effective elastic properties for unidirectional composites, as predicted by several analytical micromechanical models are compared for glass/epoxy and graphite/epoxy. A brief review...

Apollo 11 Ilmenite Revisited
Various investigations have shown (1) that lunar regoliths are extremely complex materials, (2) that ilmenite is a minor component (8 to 10%) of high-Ti regoliths, and (3) that most of...

Beneficiation of Lunar Rocks and Regolith: Concepts and Difficulties
Considerations of the resources which can provide feedstocks of ilmenite, glass, agglutinates, anorthite, etc. at a lunar base require an appreciation of the geology of the situation....

Lunar Oxygen — The Reduction of Glass by Hydrogen
The direct reduction of volcanic glass by hydrogen has been proposed as a method of extracting oxygen from the lunar soil. Experiments using lunar simulant glasses reacted with flowing...

Waste Form Development for Immobilization of High Level Waste Calcine at the Idaho Chemical Processing Plant

The Development and Testprogram of Transport and Storage Casks for Vitrified High Level Wastes

Evaluation of Vitrified High Level Radioactive Waste Product for Long Term Behavior

Quality Assurance at a High Level Waste Plant—The Successful Approval of WVP, Sellafield to BS5882/ISO9002

Phase Stability of Simulated Nuclear Waste Glasses

Creep and Recovery of a Pultruded FRP Frame

Use of GFRP Rebar in Concrete Structures





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