Preliminary Evaluation of Waste Package Releases Using Drift-Scale Thermo-Hydrologic Analyses

Advancement of Material Handling Technologies for In-Place Asphalt Pavement Recycling
New technologies for asphalt pavement resurfacing are improving dramatically with the advancements being made to related equipment technologies. This paper focuses on the recent developments...

Reduction, Reuse, and Recycling on a Future Lunar Base
The paper addresses the waste management problems on Earth as they relate to a future lunar base and suggests measures to prevent these problems from occurring in the base. Offensive action...

Recycled Engineering Applied to the First Lunar Outpost
Once the proposed Lunar Base configurations obtained by the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) team have been analyzed, a systems study of the usefulness of the specific...

Water Reclamation Potential in Southern California to the Year 2010
This is a summary of plans and projections for future water recycling by Southern California public and private water and sewerage agencies involved in water recycling. The central purpose...

Reusable Water Exhange Modeling
Wastewater return flows of raw water which is reusable, i.e., water which is entirely consumable, can be exchanged for a like amount of water upstream in the river basin. Exchanged water...

What's Science Got To Do With It?: The Use of Public Opinion in Developing Nuclear Waste Policy

Making Sense of a Sensitive Issue

Dynamic Simulation of Tractor-Trailer-Cask System Used in Nuclear Waste Transportation

Corrosion Scenario Development for Corrosion Lifetime Prediction of Carbon Steel Used for Geological Disposal Package

A Systems Approach to the Management of a Contaminated Metal Recycle Project

Using Planning Scenarios for DOE Radioactive Waste Management: The Case of the Advanced Neutron Source

Preliminary Investigation Results as Applied to Utilization of Ukrainian Salt Formations for Disposal of High-Level Radioactive Waste

The Testing of Thermal-Mechanical-Hydrological-Chemical Processes Using a Large Block

Electrical Properties of Topopah Spring Tuff as a Function of Saturation

Use of An Analog Site Near Raymond, California, To Develop Equipment and Methods for Characterizing a Potential High-Level, Nuclear Waste Repository Site at Yucca Mountain, Nevada

Mapping Fractures Using Fresnel Volume Tomography

SCHEREC: SCHedule RECovery System
Creating a revised plan requires experience and significant time. To lessen the effort involved, a knowledge-based system named SCHEREC (SCHedule RECovery) was developed which suggests...

Decision-Making Paradigm for Risk Assessment of Hazardous Wastes Using Fuzzy Sets
This paper summarizes the development of a risk assessment framework to provide risk-cost policy alternatives to prioritize remediation actions for hazardous wastes. The framework is a...

Risk-Based Management of Uncertainty During Project Planning and Execution
The Land Disposal Restrictions (LDRs) of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) are the critical technical standards for the establishment of compliance plans and schedules...





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