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2012_Lessons learned from the SRA preparation
18/10/2012 255 KB  
ANNETTE 2017 List of learning outcomes of ANNETTE WP2 courses
20/06/2017 3 MB  
CAST 2014 D3.1 State of the art of 14C in Zircaloy and Zr alloys
  • CAST - This report provides a review of the current status of knowledge on various aspects related to the release of 14C from zirconium alloys waste (hulls), which is of importance for long-term safety analyses of final repositories for long-lived Intermediate level waste.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/09/2014 4 MB  
CAST 2015 D2.1 State of the art review of steel corrosion and C14 release
  • CAST - The objective of this report is to review the current state of understanding of steel corrosion rates and carbon-14 releases from irradiated steels under conditions relevant to the storage and long-term disposal of radioactive wastes and thereby incorporate information available from outside the CAST project into CAST WP2.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/02/2015 2 MB  
CAST 2015 D3.6 Intermediate report on the analysis of samples total C14 content
  • CAST - D3.6 forms part of CAST task 3.3 “Characterisation of C-14 released from irradiated Zirconium fuel clad wastes”. This report summarises the progress at ITU to the end of March 2015.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/06/2015 870 KB  
CAST 2015 D4.1 State of art review of spent ion exchange resins
  • CAST - A state of the art review on the different techniques used to characterize spent ion exchange resins is presented. A large part of the works that were done so far are based on liquid scintillation counting, but an increasing amount of determination are now performed in accelerator mass spectrometry. Other non-conventional techniques are also reviewed. Finally, a status of knowledge is provided on the possible chemical forms (speciation) under which 14C can be released from spent ion exchange resins. Analytical strategies for speciation by partners are also described. Available estimations of the proportion of inorganic vs. organic forms are reviewed as well as the possibility of the different forms of organic molecules, and gaseous release.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/02/2015 2 MB  
CAST 2015 D5.5 Review of current understanding of inventory and release of C14 from irradiated graphite
  • CAST - To ensure knowledge and understanding from the CARBOWASTE project is thoroughly considered in the CAST project, Task 5.1 is being undertaken in the first year of CAST. This task is the subject of the current report, and has the aim to review CARBOWASTE and other relevant R&D activities to establish the current understanding of inventory and release of carbon-14 from irradiated graphites.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/07/2015 4 MB  
CAST 2015 Newsletter #1
23/02/2015 3 MB  
CAST 2016 D5.3 Reports on graphite categories in the RBMK reactor
  • CAST - This report presents information on graphite characterisation as is being undertaken as part of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Decommissioning Program. Work considering chemical decontamination of graphite is reported, as is the overall graphite waste management approach.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/03/2016 1 MB  
CAST 2016 D5.7 Report on C14 distribution in irradiated graphite from research reactor VVR-S
  • CAST - The main objective of the IFIN-HH in the second year of its input to Work Package 5 was to update the inventory of 14C in the irradiated graphite arising from thermal column of VVR-S Reactor and radioactive wastes containing organic and inorganic 14C compounds. IFIN-HH has characterized the 14C inventory of irradiated graphite from thermal column of VVR-S Reactor, and has started to develop a method, based on the use Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) which will be suitable to characterize the distributions of14C inventory in irradiated graphite. Finally, in order to measure the total release of 14C (and 3H) to solution and gas from crushed and intact i-graphite from the VVR-S Reactor, the experimental apparatus has been designed and manufactured.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/07/2016 2 MB  
CAST 2016 D5.8 Synthesis report on 14C speciation in solution and gas from French graphite waste
  • CAST - Carbon 14 is one of the key radionuclides for the future disposal of French irradiated graphite waste. It is one of the main long-lived radionuclides, and depending on its speciation, it can be more or less mobile in a disposal facility and more or less incorporated into living organisms. Following a first report concerning a review of the available leaching data of French irradiated graphite, particularly focused on carbon 14 release rates (D5.1), this second report (D5.8) addresses the speciation of the released carbon 14.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/04/2016 2 MB  
CAST 2016 D6.1 C14 in safety assessments
  • CAST - The first phase of WP6, prior the analysis of the experimental results delivered by the project, aims at taking stock of the C-14 knowledge from the angle of safety assessments. Deliverable D6.1 gives an overview on this for each national program. On the basis of this compilation, commonalities and differences between disposal concepts regarding the impact of the uncertainties linked to C-14 release from radioactive waste disposal will be identified as well as the way to cope with them. This thorough discussion will be the object of deliverable D6.2.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/01/2016 13 MB  
CAST 2017 D2.11 Report on C14 release speciation from stainless steel under acidic conditions
  • CAST - In this report the work performed by the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) with support from the National Cooperative for the Disposal of Radioactive Waste (NAGRA, Switzerland) within the work package 2 of the CAST project is summarized. In the following sections, the thermodynamic modelling of 14C in metals is presented as well as the experimentally determined 14C inventory in irradiated steel and the chemical form of 14C released from the studied material.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/07/2017 1 MB  
CAST 2017 D2.12 Report on C14 release speciation from stainless steel
  • CAST - RWMC has studied the aqueous corrosion of non-irradiated stainless steel under simulated repository conditions.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/07/2017 2 MB  
CAST 2017 D2.7 Report on C14 release speciation from carbon steel under alkaline reducing conditions
  • CAST - The aim of the work at SCK•CEN in the framework of Work Package 2 of the CAST project was to investigate the release of 14C from carbon steels representative for the reactor pressure vessel (RPV) steel of Belgian nuclear power plants and the 14C speciation in a cementitious environment, which is relevant for the Belgian geological disposal concept, which involves placing the RPV steel in a concrete monolith.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/07/2017 4 MB  
CAST 2017 D2.8 Report on C14 release speciation from stainless steel under alkaline reducing conditions
  • CAST - This report is deliverable D2.8 of the CAST project. In this deliverable, the details about the experiments focusing on the study of C-14 release form irradiated steel are presented. It includes the samples, experiment design, description of analytical methods, experiment and its results, and discussions of the results. This deliverable describes results up to 5 months of running the experiment.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/10/2017 3 MB  
CAST 2017 D3.9 Quantification of C14 in liquid and gas
23/03/2017 1 MB  
CAST 2017 D5.11 Report on exfoliation processes and on structural and morphological properties
  • CAST - In this deliverable, the behaviour of nuclear graphite through the exfoliation process has been studied, carried out with different organic solvents to remove primarily radiocarbon and estimate the “Removal Efficiency“ (as percentage of the recovered activities after treatment in comparison to the original values) of the used solvents in order to propose a reliable approach to produce graphite for recycling or/and safety disposed as L&ILW.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/07/2017 8 MB  
CAST 2017 D5.12 Final evaluation of leach rates of treated and untreated i-graphites
  • CAST - Work Package 5 of the EC CAST project considers the behaviour of 14C i-graphite. In particular, the work is focused on understanding the factors determining the release of 14C from irradiated graphite (hereafter “i-graphite") under disposal conditions (including surface disposal facilities and deep geological disposal facilities). In this study, the release of 14C was investigated in model experiments with i-graphite from the Rossendorf Research Reactor (RFR).
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/09/2017 2 MB  
CAST 2017 D5.14 Release of C14 from irradiated VVR-S graphite to solution and gas phases
  • CAST - Irradiated graphite, dismantled from the thermal column of VVR-S Reactor, contains different radioisotopes as activation products, including carbon-14 (C-14) and tritium (H-3). In repository-relevant conditions, this graphite could be a source of gases containing C-14 and H-3. In the experiments performed by IFIN-HH we have investigated the release of C-14 and H-3 from two intact samples of irradiated graphite which have been cut from the thermal column disc located near the reactor core.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/08/2017 1 MB  
CAST 2017 D5.15 Final report on 14C leaching from Vandellos graphite
  • CAST - The development of both analytical methods and protocols to measure the release of 14C from irradiated graphite samples and the speciation in the aqueous and gaseous phase has been performed throughout the CAST project. Analytical methods, suited to identify and quantify low molecular weight organic molecules, comprise Ion Exchange Chromatography and Gas Chromatography coupled to Mass Spectrometry, they are described for aqueous and gaseous samples. Also, the preparation of the leaching experiments to measure the release of 14C is described in this report.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/08/2017 1 MB  
CAST 2017 D5.17 Report on modelling of 14C inventory in RBMK reactor core
  • CAST - This report is one of the CAST Work Package 5 (WP5) deliverables and it presents results of Lithuanian Energy Institute (LEI) activities performed in the Task 5.2 “Characterisation of the C-14 inventory in i-graphites”.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/07/2017 4 MB  
CAST 2017 D5.18 Report on 13C behaviour under ion irradiation in HOPG model (model graphite)
  • CAST - The aim of work undertaken by IPNL is to simulate the behaviour of 14C during reactor operation and evaluate the independent or synergistic effects of temperature and irradiation on 14C behaviour.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/09/2017 8 MB  
CAST 2017 D6.2 Knowledge supporting safety assessments of 14C
  • CAST - Work Package 6 of the CAST project is devoted to the knowledge base concerning the re-lease and transport of 14C in the context of post-closure safety assessments of the geological disposal of radioactive waste. This report (D6.2) assesses the various approaches for safety assessment discussed in report D6.1 in the light of the existing knowledge about the 14C source term. It proposes a synthesis of D6.1, identifies commonalities and differences between approaches and concepts and highlights safety-critical uncertainties pertaining to 14C fate in waste disposal.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/07/2017 2 MB  
CAST 2017 D7.9 All course notes for training course 1
  • CAST - This report contains the presentations made at Training Course 1 of CAST held on 5th and 6th July 2016 at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
23/06/2017 18 MB  
CAST 2017 Newsletter #2
23/05/2017 2 MB  
CAST 2017 Newsletter #3
23/03/2017 2 MB  
CAST Final General Assembly – Third announcement and call for papers
20/10/2017 63 KB  
Cebama 2015 D2.03 WP2: State of the Art Report (initial)
20/05/2015 3 MB  
Cebama 2016 D1.03 WP1 Experimental studies – State of the art literature review (M09 – Feb 2016)
  • Cebama deliverable D1.03, published March 2016. This report is an initial state-of-the-art literature review in the CEBAMA–project for work package 1. Chapters are written by the participants of CEBAMA and the chapters serve as state-of-the-art reviews for the the experimental research conducted by various partners.
  • Related activities: CEBAMA: Cement-based materials, properties, evolution, barrier functions
20/03/2016 11 MB  
Cebama 2016 D3.04 Description of and results from the modelling of external lab and/or field experiments
  • Cebama deliverable D3.04, published December 2016. The present deliverable D3.04 contains a description of modelling approaches and recent progress by WP3 partners and summarises the results of the modelling of existing experimental datasets. Given that experimental results in CEBAMA will become available later in the project, preliminary work in WP3 has thus been focused on the development and implementation of models and on the simulation of existing experimental datasets. Each partner contribution below summarises the modelling work so far, with application to existing experiments, using a similar approach to the one proposed to analyse experimental data generated in CEBAMA. In some cases, the efforts so far have been devoted mainly to the development of the modelling tools.
  • Related activities: CEBAMA: Cement-based materials, properties, evolution, barrier functions
20/12/2016 4 MB  
Cebama 2016 D4.08 1st Annual Project Workshop Proceedings
20/11/2016 14 MB  
Cebama 2016 D4.09 Basis for application to Safety Case and Performance Assessment
  • Cebama deliverable D4.09, published January 2017. This report series aims at interpreting how the results of the research conducted within CEBAMA can be applied and contribute to the Safety Case. This is the first of two reports, which will be updated at the end of the project. Given the complexity of the experiments and the models developed within CEBAMA, it is in general too early at PM18 for the partners to produce results directly applicable to the Safety Case. Nevertheless, we present here some briefing on the impact aimed at within the project and highlight the value of some of the work undertaken to date.
  • Related activities: CEBAMA: Cement-based materials, properties, evolution, barrier functions
20/01/2017 654 KB  
Cebama 2016 Newsletter #1
20/02/2016 3 MB  
Cebama 2016 Newsletter #2
20/11/2016 2 MB  
Cebama 2017 Newsletter #3
20/06/2017 7 MB  
Deployment Plan 2011-2016
  • The Deployment Plan2011- 2016, final version June 2012 is now available ! The goal of the deployment of the activities flowing from the SRA is to assist the IGD-TP Executive Group members and participants in achieving the vision and the desired results by joint RD&D activities during the next years.
18/10/2012 2 MB  
DISCO 2017 Newsletter #1
23/08/2017 613 KB  
EF – WG1-3 JA15 Knowledge Management
19/12/2012 130 KB  
EF1_Daniel A Galson, Galson Sciences Ltd
23/08/2012 95 KB  
EF1_Fco Javier Elorza, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
23/08/2012 449 KB  
EF1_Gunnar Buckau, JRC/ITU
23/08/2012 125 KB  
EF1_Information on the IGD-TP Exchange Forum meeting (no 1)
23/08/2012 73 KB  
EF1_Jan Haverkamp, Greenpeace
23/08/2012 964 KB  
EF1_Jordi Bruno, Amphos 21
23/08/2012 220 KB  
EF1_Key topics and cross-cutting activities of the SRA
23/08/2012 178 KB  
EF1_Klaus-Jürgen Röhlig, TU Clausthal
23/08/2012 145 KB  
EF1_Prioritisation of RD&D topics: the SRA approach
23/08/2012 743 KB  
EF1_Rosa Lo Frano, CIRTEN
23/08/2012 1 MB  
EF1_Short presentations
23/08/2012 53 KB  
EF1_Support for regulatory functions in the area of geological disposal
23/08/2012 247 KB  
EF1_Tillmann Rothfuchs, GRS
23/08/2012 214 KB  
EF1_Webster_An EU view of IGDTP activities
8/08/2012 224 KB  
EF2_EC news and expectations
23/08/2012 734 KB  
EF2_Eng_Secretariat beyond 2011; Use of website and intranet
23/08/2012 540 KB  
EF2_Huttunen_Ensuring Future Nuclear Competence in Finland
23/08/2012 263 KB  
EF2_Landais_Opening: IGD-TP’s progress
23/08/2012 542 KB  
EF2_Ouzounian_Recap of the IGD-TP’s SRA and the Process of Deployment
23/08/2012 680 KB  
EF2_Palmu_Education and Training – CMET
23/08/2012 206 KB  
EF2_Palmu_Instructions for the afternoon Work groups
23/08/2012 174 KB  
EF2_Plans for other EG Working groups: Interfaces Working Group – IWG
23/08/2012 587 KB  
EF2_Smart_Improved data and understanding of the release of C-14 from various long-lived ILW
23/08/2012 160 KB  
EF2_WG1_Vira_Safety case peer reviews
23/08/2012 328 KB  
EF2_WG2_Landais_Monitoring the environmental reference state
23/08/2012 89 KB  
EF2_WG4_Lalieux_Interfaces WG (IWG)
23/08/2012 126 KB  
EF2_WG5_Setting-up Information Exchange Platform(s)
23/08/2012 216 KB  
EF2_WG6_Brewitz_Safety Case Benchmarking
23/08/2012 748 KB  
EF3 – OP1 – Welcome presentation
19/12/2012 161 KB  
EF3 – OP2 – Opening and Objectives
19/12/2012 649 KB  
EF3 – OP3 EC FP7 programme status – Horizon 2020
19/12/2012 810 KB  
EF3 – OP4 – Sitex presentation
28/09/2017 414 KB  
EF3 – PL1-1 First Nuclide Preparation
19/12/2012 582 KB  
EF3 – PL1-2 JA2 DOPAS
19/12/2012 640 KB  
EF3 – PL1-3 JA3 C14
19/12/2012 156 KB  
EF3 – PL1-4 BELBar preparation
19/12/2012 906 KB  
EF3 – PL1-5 SecIGD2 project
19/12/2012 1,022 KB  
EF3 – PL1-6 JA and MDP
19/12/2012 784 KB  
EF3 – PL2-1 Working Group 1 summary
19/12/2012 48 KB  
EF3 – PL2-2 Working Group 2 summary
19/12/2012 43 KB  
EF3 – WG1-1 Presentation WG environnement
19/12/2012 115 KB  
EF3 – WG1-2 DGR optimization
19/12/2012 573 KB  
EF3 – WG1-4 JA15 CMET
19/12/2012 149 KB  
EF3 – WG1-5 TSWG on cement
19/12/2012 418 KB  
EF3 – WG2-1 Stakeholders involvement
19/12/2012 2 MB  
EF3 – WG2-2 INSOTEC analysis
19/12/2012 128 KB  
EF3 Agenda
19/12/2012 188 KB  
EF3 invitation
19/12/2012 427 KB  
EF3 Joint activities leaders
19/12/2012 161 KB  
EF3 Participants list
19/12/2012 87 KB  
EF3 Registration Form
18/10/2012 166 KB  
EF3 Registration Form_Societal Aspects WS
31/10/2012 142 KB  
EF4 – list of participants
6/11/2013 89 KB  
EF4 Announcement
1/07/2013 185 KB  
EF4 Book of Abstracts
22/10/2013 264 KB  
EF4 P1 – EF4 Objectives, P. Lalieux
31/10/2013 281 KB  
EF4 P1 – InSOTEC, M. Martell
31/10/2013 157 KB  
EF4 P1 – NEWLANCER, D. Diaconu
31/10/2013 509 KB  
EF4 P1 – R&D CzR, J. Slovak
31/10/2013 2 MB  
EF4 P1 – SNETP-Nugenia, F. Pazdera
6/10/2013 2 MB  
EF4 P2 – How to improve EF? J. Delay
31/10/2013 231 KB  
EF4 P2 – IGD-TP Knowledge Management portal, J. Palmu
31/10/2013 3 MB  
EF4 P2 – SecIGD2 WG on RD Dissemination R. Kowe
6/11/2013 444 KB  
EF4 P2 PLATENSO Anderson
31/10/2013 135 KB  
EF4 P2 SAFEROCK G. Buckau
31/10/2013 140 KB  
EF4 P3 – Report on WG1
31/10/2013 252 KB  
EF4 P3 – Report on WG2
31/10/2013 99 KB  
EF4 P3 – Report on WG3
31/10/2013 84 KB  
EF4 P3 – Report on WG4
31/10/2013 141 KB  
EF4 P3 – Report on WG5
31/10/2013 692 KB  
EF4 P3- Conclusion of EF4
31/10/2013 321 KB  
EF4 PL1 – European Commission news & expectations in disposal RD&D programmes
6/11/2013 1 MB  
EF4 Proceedings – presentations and outcomes
18/12/2013 6 MB  
EF4 WG1 – Cementitious materials/components for HLW/ILW repository, French context, X. Bourbon
31/10/2013 410 KB  
EF4 WG1 – How do we treat cement in performance assessment? F. Neall
31/10/2013 878 KB  
EF4 WG1 – Immobilisation of Radionuclides by a Cementitious Backfill, D. Read
31/10/2013 2 MB  
EF4 WG1 – Introduction, L. Johnson
31/10/2013 678 KB  
EF4 WG1 – Modelling systems driven by the presence of cement, L. Duro
31/10/2013 2 MB  
EF4 WG1 – Radionuclide Retention and Redox (Cebama), M. Altmaier 31/10/2013 492 KB  
EF4 WG1 – Results and future plan of RWMC’s R&D, H. Owada
31/10/2013 3 MB  
EF4 WG1 – Status of the proposed CEBAMA project, B. Kienzler
31/10/2013 189 KB  
EF4 WG2 – Aitemin presentation, Garcia-Sineriz
31/10/2013 2 MB  
EF4 WG2 – Belgian R&D monitoring programme, J. Verstricht
31/10/2013 300 KB  
EF4 WG2 – MoDeRn Project: Lessons Learned and Further Work Requirements, M. White
31/10/2013 432 KB  
EF4 WG2 – Recent experience with the use of DIC and AE to monitor surface cracking in a cylindrical concrete buffer, L. Areias
31/10/2013 3 MB  
EF4 WG2 – Results of the “call for ideas” on repository monitoring, JL. Fuentes-Cantillana
31/10/2013 97 KB  
EF4 WG2 – The role of social science in further research on monitoring for GD, A. Bergmans
31/10/2013 38 KB  
EF4 WG2 – wireless transmission system / estimation and judgment for the triggered value in EBS against the reference design value, K. Suzuki
31/10/2013 1 MB  
EF4 WG3 – CARBOSOLUTIONS, G. Laurent
31/10/2013 773 KB  
EF4 WG3 – Implementing Irradiated-Graphite Waste Management, G. von Lensa
31/10/2013 6 MB  
EF4 WG3 – Importance of the waste form from a safety assessment perspective: The SR-Site experience, L Z Evins
31/10/2013 498 KB  
EF4 WG3 – Introduction, D. Warin
31/10/2013 47 KB  
EF4 WG3 – Long-term Behavior of Waste Forms from Gen IV Reactors, G. de Angelis
31/10/2013 2 MB  
EF4 WG3 – Materials for Innovative Disposition by Advanced Separation: MIDAS, N Hyatt
31/10/2013 1 MB  
EF4 WG3 – RED-IMPACT, W. von Lensa
31/10/2013 2 MB  
EF4 WG3 – Results of R&D on future fuel cycle and associated HL waste disposal: the French case, D. Warin
31/10/2013 2 MB  
EF4 WG4 – Andra input for WG4, P. Lebon
31/10/2013 41 KB  
EF4 WG4 – Development of an R&D Programme in Bel V in the field of radioactive waste disposal, V. Detilleux
31/10/2013 142 KB  
EF4 WG4 – Impact of permafrost on repository safety, T. Wildenborg
31/10/2013 559 KB  
EF4 WG4 – Overview of the IGD-TP Strategic Research Agenda (SRA), J. Martin
31/10/2013 1 MB  
EF4 WG4 – Possible interactions between IGD-TP and an expertise network of European NSAs and TSOs
31/10/2013 134 KB  
EF4 WG4 – Round table WMOs
31/10/2013 225 KB  
EF4 WG4 – SITEX view on development of TSO´s RD&D programme, V. Havlová
6/11/2013 590 KB  
EF4 WG5 – Gas generation & removal Radionuclide migration & retention, N. Leys
31/10/2013 3 MB  
EF4 WG5 – Microbial influence on the immobilization of radionuclides in crystalline rock environments, E. Krawczyk-Bärsch
31/10/2013 1 MB  
EF4 WG5 – Microbial influences on radionuclide behavior – an example of less-understood problems and how to solve them, H. Moll
31/10/2013 1 MB  
EF4 WG5 – Modelling microbiology, gas reaction and chemical evolution of geological disposal facilities, J. Small
31/10/2013 490 KB  
EF4 WG5 – Restriction of microbial growth and activity, K. Wouters
31/10/2013 1 MB  
EF4 WG5 – Studying microbial processes under repository relevant conditions, R. Bernier-Latmani
31/10/2013 2 MB  
EF4 WG5 – Understanding presence, diversity and activity of microorganisms in swelling clays intended for use in geological disposal of radioactive wastes, K Pedersen
31/10/2013 861 KB  
EF4_4th Exchange Forum Agenda
22/10/2013 269 KB  
EF4_4th Exchange Forum announcement
1/10/2013 185 KB  
EF4-P2 – IGD‐TP working group on RDD dissemination, R. Kowe
6/11/2013 444 KB  
EF4-WG5 – The impact of microbial metabolism on the geodisposal of radwaste in multibarrier systems, JR Lloyd
7/11/2013 2 MB  
EF5 Registration Form
25/09/2014 89 KB  
EF5_Handout for the CMET Session
20/10/2014 189 KB  
EF5_PL1_Conclusions and Recommendations out of the EURADWASTE 2013 Conference, G. Buckau, JRC-ITU
3/11/2014 1 MB  
EF5_PL1_Horizon 2020 Euratom Research & Training programme in radioactive waste management, C. Davies
3/11/2014 483 KB  
EF5_PL1_Introduction IGD-TP Exchange Forum no 5, M. Hammarström
3/11/2014 402 KB  
EF5_PL1_Technical Working Group sessions, Instructions, J. Delay, IGD-TP
3/11/2014 287 KB  
EF5_PL1_The ENEN Association and its missions: an update looking beyond its 10th Birthday, W. Ambrosini, ENEN
3/11/2014 3 MB  
EF5_PL1_Waste management from a local stakeholder perspective, R. Persson
3/11/2014 3 MB  
EF5_PL1_What does the public really want when engaging with the nuclear industry, L. Boucher
3/11/2014 941 KB  
EF5_PL2_CMET session – IGD-TP’s input for the development of a voluntary accreditation scheme for geological disposal
3/11/2014 1 MB  
EF5_PL2_Conclusions and way forward, M. Hammarström
3/11/2014 785 KB  
EF5_PL2_IGD-TP Knowledge Management Portal Proposal, Documill Oy
3/11/2014 953 KB  
EF5_PL2_Report on the Outcomes of the Walkabout (CMET session)
3/11/2014 1 MB  
EF5_Report on TWG1 – Safety Case: Handling of uncertainties
3/11/2014 81 KB  
EF5_Report on TWG2 – Microbiology
3/11/2014 1 MB  
EF5_Report on TWG3 – Information Exchange Platform for SNETP and IGDTP
3/11/2014 123 KB  
EF5_Report on TWG4 – Priorities and lessons learned after 4 years of implementation of SR
3/11/2014 126 KB  
EF5_TWG3_Evolution of the waste forms in the future : an overview of the French approach, C. Martin, Andra
3/11/2014 152 KB  
EF5_WG-1_Management-of-Uncertainties
6/11/2014 238 KB  
EF5_WG-3_Introduction_Agenda
3/11/2014 91 KB  
EF5_WG-4_Safety and SF&RAW matrix and review of the SF&RAW management in Bulgaria, I. Ivanov, TU Sofia
3/11/2014 812 KB  
EF5_WG-4_SITEX-II, for developing an international Expertise function network, D. Pellegrini, IRSN
3/11/2014 451 KB  
EF5_WG-4_The JOPRAD Project: A step towards a Joint Programming on Radioactive Waste Disposal RD&D, J. Delay, Andra 3/11/2014 1 MB  
EF5_WG1_Andra’s Strategy and Approach for Management of Uncertainties in Post-Closure Safety of Geological Disposal, L. Griffault, andra
3/11/2014 1 MB  
EF5_WG1_Assessment Timescales and Complementary Safety Arguments, D. Galson
3/11/2014 238 KB  
EF5_WG1_Comparison of probabilistic and alternative evidence theoretical methods for the handling of parameter uncertainties resulting from variability and/or partial ignorance in safety cases, R. Barthel, BS
3/11/2014 1 MB  
EF5_WG1_Fast Computational Methods for Handling Large Scale Data Uncertainty Problems, R. Wittum
3/11/2014 2 MB  
EF5_WG1_Information exchange: the role of NAWG in the past and the way forward tomorrow, R. Alexander, Bedrock Geoscience
3/11/2014 595 KB  
EF5_WG1_Introduction on the working group session
3/11/2014 66 KB  
EF5_WG1_Managing uncertainties – Assessment Timescales and Complementary Safety Arguments, D. Galson
3/11/2014 238 KB  
EF5_WG1_Managing uncertainties in the safety case, Quantifying uncertainty: Challenges for ONDRAF/NIRAS, M. Capouet
3/11/2014 482 KB  
EF5_WG1_Natural Analogues for the Finnish Safety Case, B. Pastina, Posiva
3/11/2014 808 KB  
EF5_WG1_Overview of advantages and drawbacks of different methods for sensitivity analysis in the context of performance assessment, D.-A. Becker, GRS
3/11/2014 364 KB  
EF5_WG1_Sensitivity Analyses: Theoretical Background, Use in the Safety Case, and Related Research Activities, KJ Roehlig, TU Clausthal
3/11/2014 293 KB  
EF5_WG1_Sensitivity Analysis of Probabilistic Dose Results in SKB’s License Application, A. Hedin, SKB
3/11/2014 1 MB  
EF5_WG1_Simplified approach to elicitation of expert judgement in quantification of uncertainty, M. Poole, RWM
3/11/2014 116 KB  
EF5_WG1_Uncertainty and sensitivity analysis methods used at Andra, J. Wendling, Andra
3/11/2014 948 KB  
EF5_WG2_Introduction
3/11/2014 1 MB  
EF5_WG2_Lithotrophic metabolism in the relation with microbiologically induced corrosion, Mikes Jiri, CHEMCOMEX
3/11/2014 693 KB  
EF5_WG2_Microbially induced corrosion under repository environments, P. Rajala, VTT Finland
3/11/2014 3 MB  
EF5_WG2_Microorganisms of radionuclides-contaminated soils of Chernobyl: in depth analysis of diversity and study of uranium-bacteria interactions, V. Chapon, CEA
3/11/2014 2 MB  
EF5_WG2_Remaining uncertainties regarding sulphide production, fluxes and concentrations in radioactive waste repositorie, K. Pedersen, Microbial Analytics, Sweden
3/11/2014 2 MB  
EF5_WG2_Sulphide issue in Olkiluoto – hydrogeochemical considerations, P. Pitkänen, Posiva
3/11/2014 2 MB  
EF5_WG3_Fuel data needs in Posiva’s safety case, B. Pastina, Posiva
3/11/2014 757 KB  
EF5_WG3_Nugenia Research Topics in Spent Fuel Management (TA 5) and Potential Implications for Disposal. D. Hambley, NNL
3/11/2014 288 KB  
EF5_WG3_Progress and R&D needs for radioactive waste conditioning and disposal for future fuel cycles: a UK perspective, N. Hyatt, University of Sheffield, UK
3/11/2014 1 MB  
EF5_WG3_SNETP-ESNII Gen IV reactors, related fuel cycle and disposal issues, M. Sepielli (SNETP Governing Board)
3/11/2014 4 MB  
EF5_WG3_The SKB requirements of the HLW waste intended for the KBS-3 repository, L. Morén, SKB, Sweden
3/11/2014 430 KB  
EF5_WG3_The Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform (SNETP), Fuel Cycles and Interfaces with Geological Disposal, R. Stainsby, NNL
3/11/2014 761 KB  
EF5_WG4_Achievements and way forward for the IGD-TP since its inception, J. Delay, IGD-TP
3/11/2014 344 KB  
EF5_WG4_COMS-WD, E. Neeft, COVRA
3/11/2014 1 MB  
EF5_WG4_FIRST-Nuclides: Outcome, Open Questions and Steps Forward, B. Kienzler, KIT-INE
3/11/2014 1 MB  
EF5_WG4_Safety and SF&RAW matrix and review of the SF&RAW management in Bulgaria, I. Ivanov, TU Sofia
3/11/2014 812 KB  
EF6 – PL1 – 1 – Monica Hammarström
6/11/2015 294 KB  
EF6 – PL1 – 2 – Bruce Cairns
6/11/2015 2 MB  
EF6 – PL1 – 3 – Christophe Davies
6/11/2015 879 KB  
EF6 – PL1 – 4 – Nathalie Impens
6/11/2015 1 MB  
EF6 – PL1 – 5 – Lucy Bailey
6/11/2015 1 MB  
EF6 – PL1 – 6 – James Rubenstone
6/11/2015 760 KB  
EF6 – PL1 – 7 – Ray Kowe
6/11/2015 2 MB  
EF6 – PL2b – 1 – Johan Bertrand Modern2020 6/11/2015 878 KB  
EF6 – PL2b – 2 – Xavier Bourbon CEBAMA 6/11/2015 441 KB  
EF6 – PL2b – 3 – Birgitta Kalinowski MIND
6/11/2015 3 MB  
EF6 – PL3 – 1 – Annika Schaefers PEBS
6/11/2015 1 MB  
EF6 – PL3 – 2 – Bernhard Kienzler FIRST Nuclides
6/11/2015 2 MB  
EF6 – PL3 – 3 – Johan Bertrand MODERN
6/11/2015 2 MB  
EF6 – PL3 – 4 – Lena Evins REDUPP
6/11/2015 1 MB  
EF6 – PL4 – 1 – Cristiano Padovani – Novel Thermal treatment
6/11/2015 167 KB  
EF6 – PL4 – 2 – Patrik Sellin – Bentonite homogenisation
6/11/2015 2 MB  
EF6 – PL4 – 3 – Marcus Altmaier – CORI
6/11/2015 183 KB  
EF6 – PL4 – 4 – Lena Evins – Spent fuel dissolution
6/11/2015 451 KB  
EF6 – PL4 – 5 – Jonathan Martin Conclusion
6/11/2015 454 KB  
EF6 Agenda
14/10/2015 180 KB  
EF6_PL1_Welcome_Jon Martin
26/09/2017 1 MB  
EF6_TWG1 – Dimitre Assenov, Nano Flex HLW
6/11/2015 6 MB  
EF6_TWG1 – E. Curti, PSI
12/11/2015 1 MB  
EF6_TWG1 – Eric Smith, Energy Solutions
6/11/2015 4 MB  
EF6_TWG1 – Laurence Petit, Andra
6/11/2015 1 MB  
EF6_TWG1 – Maria Lindberg, Studsvik
6/11/2015 770 KB  
EF6_TWG1 – Mark Rogers, Costain
6/11/2015 1 MB  
EF6_TWG1 – Neil Hyatt, University of Sheffield
6/11/2015 3 MB  
EF6_TWG1 – Steve Swanton, AMEC-FW
6/11/2015 798 KB  
EF6_TWG1 summary – C Padovani
6/11/2015 131 KB  
EF6_TWG1- Anthony Banford, NNL
6/11/2015 1 MB  
EF6_TWG1- Jan Decker, Belgoprocess
6/11/2015 2 MB  
EF6_TWG2 – Antonio Gens, Universitat Politecnica Catalunya
6/11/2015 725 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Claude Gatabin, CEA
6/11/2015 622 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Erika Holt, VTT
6/11/2015 542 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Gabriel Wittum TechSim, G-CSC, U Frankfurt
6/11/2015 1 MB  
EF6_TWG2 – Javier Samper, University of A Coruña
6/11/2015 91 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Jean Talandier, Andra
6/11/2015 999 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Jiri Mikes, TERAMED s.r.o
6/11/2015 146 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Jon Harrington, British Geological Survey
6/11/2015 1 MB  
Ef6_TWG2 – Kari Koskinen, POSIVA
6/11/2015 575 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Klaus Wieczorek, GRS
6/11/2015 90 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Kristof Schuster, BGR
6/11/2015 762 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Markus Olin, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
6/11/2015 236 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Matt White, Galson Sciences Limited
6/11/2015 198 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Nadia Mokni, IRSN
6/11/2015 1 MB  
EF6_TWG2 – Niels Giroud, NAGRA
6/11/2015 382 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Olivier Leupin, NAGRA
6/11/2015 2 MB  
EF6_TWG2 – Patrik Sellin, SKB 6/11/2015 406 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – R. Charlier, University of Liege
6/11/2015 946 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Rebecca Lunn, University of Strathclyde
6/11/2015 435 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Vaclava Havlova, UJV Rez, a.s.
6/11/2015 632 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Vasileios Mantikos, Imperial College London
6/11/2015 460 KB  
EF6_TWG2 – Victoria Villar, CIEMAT
6/11/2015 400 KB  
EF6_TWG3 – Eric Giffaut Andra
6/11/2015 958 KB  
EF6_TWG3 – Johan Vandenborre, SUBATECH
6/11/2015 2 MB  
EF6_TWG3 – M. Altmaier, KIT- INE
6/11/2015 590 KB  
EF6_TWG3 – Mireia Grivé, Amphos 21 Consulting
6/11/2015 1 MB  
EF6_TWG3 – Vanessa Montoya, KIT-INE
6/11/2015 1 MB  
EF6_TWG3 – Virginie Blin, CEA
6/11/2015 780 KB  
EF6_TWG4 – B. Kienzler, KIT-INE
12/11/2015 1,014 KB  
EF6_TWG4 – C. Martin, Andra
12/11/2015 889 KB  
EF6_TWG4 – D. Bosbach, FZ Jülich
12/11/2015 860 KB  
EF6_TWG4 – D. H. Wegen, JRC-ITU
12/11/2015 2 MB  
EF6_TWG4 – I . Farnan University of Cambridge
12/11/2015 3 MB  
EF6_TWG4 – K. Ollila and E. Myllykylä, VTT
12/11/2015 1 MB  
EF6_TWG4 – L.Z. Evins, SKB
12/11/2015 1 MB  
EF6_TWG4 – O. Roth, Studsvik
12/11/2015 3 MB  
EF7_S1_Introduction, M. Hammarström
2/11/2016 476 KB  
EF7_S1_National policy in Spain , P. Zuloaga
2/11/2016 3 MB  
EF7_S1_R&D activities in Ukraine towards geological disposal of radioactive waste , I. Shybetsky
2/11/2016 8 MB  
EF7_S1_RD&D for the future, REs, C. Bruggeman 2/11/2016 550 KB  
EF7_S1_RD&D for the future, TSO, C. Serres 2/11/2016 329 KB  
EF7_S1_RD&D for the future, WMO, F. Plas
2/11/2016 258 KB  
EF7_S1_Update from the European Commission C. Davies 2/11/2016 1 MB  
EF7_S2_BELBaR end of project overview, P. Sellin
2/11/2016 992 KB  
EF7_S2_DOPAS end of project overview, J. Hansen
2/11/2016 2 MB  
EF7_S2_Focus on less advanced programmes, J. Slovak
2/11/2016 2 MB  
EF7_S2_LUCOEX end of project overview, E. Thurner
2/11/2016 5 MB  
EF7_S3_Conclusion, M. Hammartsrom
2/11/2016 349 KB  
EF7_S3_Report from WG1 – J. Hansen
2/11/2016 488 KB  
EF7_S3_Report from WG2 – N. Diomidis
2/11/2016 234 KB  
EF7_S3_Report from WG3 – K. Wieczorek
2/11/2016 971 KB  
EF7_S3_Report from WG4 – A. Sjoland
2/11/2016 2 MB  
EF7_WG-1_Countries without NPPs needs convincing solutions for the safe and affordable disposal of RW, A. Savidou
2/11/2016 84 KB  
EF7_WG-1_Development of optimisation methodology and methodology illustration, D. Galson
2/11/2016 1 MB  
EF7_WG-1_Introduction, J. Hansen & J. Andersson
2/11/2016 635 KB  
EF7_WG-1_Looking for rational environmentally friendly approach for development of concept for safe nuclear waste repository in preparing for future projects, I. Ivanov
2/11/2016 342 KB  
EF7_WG-1_Pyro(hydro)lysis of Spent Ion Exchange Resins for the Disposal of Organic-Free Radioactive Waste, HG Jung
2/11/2016 765 KB  
EF7_WG-1_Reducing the cost of waste containers for decommissioning and geological disposal, J. Hardy
2/11/2016 1 MB  
EF7_WG-2_Candidate Material Solutions for the Design of Nuclear Waste Storage Canisters, S. Holdsworth
2/11/2016 735 KB  
EF7_WG-2_Czech Disposal Canister Programme, I. Pospiskova
2/11/2016 817 KB  
EF7_WG-2_Developments of the Canadian Copper Coated Used Fuel Container, P. Keech
2/11/2016 3 MB  
EF7_WG-2_Electroplated copper and alternative design possibilities,A. McClusky
2/11/2016 2 MB  
EF7_WG-2_Experience in manufacturing of nuclear storage containers via casting, forging and machining techniques, M. Blackmore
2/11/2016 3 MB  
EF7_WG-2_Implications of canister design and materials on closure welding for deep geological disposal canisters for high level nuclear waste and spent fuel, C. Punshon
2/11/2016 5 MB  
EF7_WG-2_Mechanical-Corrosion Effects on the Durability of High Level Waste and Spent Fuel Disposal Containers, C. Padovani
2/11/2016 1 MB  
EF7_WG-2_Overview of Cold Spray Coating Technology, H. Lovelock
2/11/2016 3 MB  
EF7_WG-2_Sharing information on container materials for High Level Waste and Spent Nuclear Fuel (IGD-TP activity JA11a, C. Padovani
2/11/2016 68 KB  
EF7_WG-2_Technical Requirements for High Level Waste Disposal Containers with regard to their Retrievability during Operation and Recovery after Repository Closure, T. Orellana Perez
2/11/2016 248 KB  
EF7_WG-3_Clay interactions at high temperature by molecular dynamics, thermodynamic modelling and lab analysis, M. Olin
2/11/2016 1 MB  
EF7_WG-3_Contribution to numerical modelling of high temperature clay interactions J. Samper
2/11/2016 1 MB  
EF7_WG-3_Coupled THMC interactions at temperature beyond 130 °C, F. Claret
2/11/2016 2 MB  
EF7_WG-3_Effects of elevated temperatures on the EBS in clay formations, T. Schäfer
2/11/2016 2 MB  
EF7_WG-3_Flow in saturated bentonite under elevated temperatures, K. Daniels
2/11/2016 1 MB  
EF7_WG-3_Hot Mock-ups at Joseph URL, J. Svoboda
2/11/2016 808 KB  
EF7_WG-3_HotBENT – High Temperature Bentonite Project Ideas, F. Kober
2/11/2016 2 MB  
EF7_WG-3_Introduction_High T Clay_I. Gaus
2/11/2016 1 MB  
EF7_WG-3_Research topics from the state of the art on THMCB aspects of thermal compatibility of clays, A. Meleshyn
2/11/2016 2 MB  
EF7_WG-3_Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical Effects of a Geological Repository at Macro-Scale, Hubschwerlen
2/11/2016 3 MB  
EF7_WG-4_Development of depletion models for radionuclide inventory, decay heat and source term estimation in discharged fuel, S. Caruso
2/11/2016 4 MB  
EF7_WG-4_Introduction, A. Sjoland & M. Sepielli
2/11/2016 2 MB  
EF7_WG-4_Safety of extended interim dry storage of spent nuclear fuel (SAEXFUEL), J. Cobos
2/11/2016 977 KB  
EF7_WG-4_SF inventory calculations in SPIRE project : current limits and expected improvements, D. Rochman
2/11/2016 3 MB  
EF7_WG-4_SNETP IGD-TP Interface, D. Hambley
2/11/2016 2 MB  
EF7_WG-4_SNETP, M. Seppelli
2/11/2016 1 MB  
EF7_WG-4_Spent fuel characterization with emphasis on Russian type reactors, J. Miksova
2/11/2016 385 KB  
EF7_WG-4_Spent fuel online monitoring: opportunities for new technologies, P. Finocchiaro
2/11/2016 3 MB  
EF7_WG-4_The proposed SPIRE Project: challenge, scope, impact, P. Jansson
2/11/2016 2 MB  
EF7_WG-4_The proposed SPIRE Project: measurement techniques applied on SNF, P. Schillebeeckx
2/11/2016 5 MB  
EF7_WG-4_Thermal modelling of high heat generating wastes in the UK programme, R. Winsley
2/11/2016 1 MB  
EF7-WG-1_Industrialisation and optimisation of the KBS-3 repositories, J. Andersson
2/11/2016 5 MB  
EF7-WG-2-Bollingerfehr_Canister_Design
2/11/2016 3 MB  
Figure on the organisation of the IGD-TP
28/08/2012 104 KB  
FP5_WG2_Improving realism and reducing pessimisms in the safety case for geological disposal of ILW, J. Small, NNL, UK
3/11/2014 1 MB  
IGD-TP – EF5 Presentations and outcomes
17/11/2014 3 MB  
IGD-TP – EF6 Presentations and outcomes
12/11/2015 4 MB  
IGD-TP EF5 -Book of Abstracts
10/10/2014 612 KB  
IGD-TP EF5 -Book of Abstracts
10/10/2014 612 KB  
IGD-TP EF5 Agenda
10/10/2014 87 KB  
IGD-TP EF5 announcement
25/06/2014 266 KB  
IGD-TP EF6 – Announcement
1/07/2015 227 KB  
IGD-TP EF6 registration form
1/07/2015 647 KB  
IGD-TP EF7 Agenda
26/09/2017 539 KB  
IGD-TP EF7 Announcement
8/07/2016 288 KB  
IGD-TP Flyer 2014
6/10/2014 349 KB  
IGD-TP Newsletter 1
13/09/2013 1 MB  
IGD-TP Newsletter 2
1/07/2014 1,017 KB  
IGD-TP Newsletter 3
2/03/2015 2 MB  
IGD-TP Newsletter 4
1/12/2015 1,017 KB  
IGD-TP Newsletter 5
4/07/2016 1 MB  
IGD-TP_2011_Public consultation comments and responses on draft SRA document version December 23, 2010
8/08/2012 454 KB  
IGD-TP_2011_Strategic Research Agenda
8/08/2012 3 MB  
IGD-TP_Master Deployment Plan 2015
2/10/2015 4 MB  
IGD-TP_Vision Document
2/08/2016 10 MB  
IGD-TP/SNETP factsheet
27/04/2015 167 KB  
JOPRAD 2016 Dissemination Strategy (Deliverable D6.1)
  • Dissemination Strategy (Deliverable D6.1) published May 2016. The JOPRAD Dissemination Strategy is a strategic document establishing the bases for the dissemination of the project activities in order to enhance the impact of JOPRAD and achieve a high-level of engagement. This key deliverable of WP6 summarises the strategy and concrete actions related to the communication and dissemination of the project activities and outcomes. It is the key document of reporting on project progress as agreed with the EC.
  • Related activities: JOPRAD: JOint Programming on RADioactive waste disposal
20/05/2016 1 MB  
JOPRAD 2016 Mid Term Workshop Report v1.2
  • Report of the JOPRAD Mid-Term Workshop (MTW) held on 7- 8 September 2016 at the Congress Centre, Prague, Czech Republic. The Mid-Term Workshop (MTW) enabled “programme owners” and “programme managers” in European Union (EU) Member-States (MS) to evaluate the feasibility and the added-value of the implementation of Joint Programme at the European level.
  • Related activities: JOPRAD: JOint Programming on RADioactive waste disposal
20/11/2016 275 KB  
JOPRAD 2016 Newsletter #1
20/02/2016 404 KB  
JOPRAD 2016 Newsletter #2
20/12/2016 390 KB  
JOPRAD 2017 Draft Programme Document for consultation (WP4, D4.2, v0.7, March 2017)
  • JOPRAD 2017 Draft Programme Document for public consultation (Work Package 4, Deliverable D4.2, v0.7, March 2017). This Programme Document sets out the scientific and technical basis of a future Joint Programme on Radioactive Waste Management and Disposal. In its current form, it is a deliverable of the EC ‘Towards a Joint Programme on Radioactive Waste Disposal - JOPRAD’ project and represents the views of JOPRAD participants on research, development and demonstration (RD&D) priorities considered as suitable for Joint Programming. To obtain the support of the wider European Radioactive Waste Community, the contents herein will be disseminated and the draft document made available for open consultation during March – April 2017. Finalisation and issue to the European Commission is expected by the end of November 2017. After this time, it is anticipated that this Programme Document (in its final form of a Strategic Research Agenda) will be taken over in-part or wholly by those responding to the European Commission EURATOM H2020 Call (WP2018) in the form of a Joint Programme Proposal.
  • Related activities: JOPRAD: JOint Programming on RADioactive waste disposal
20/03/2017 3 MB  
JOPRAD 2017 Final Workshop, presentation 2 (key note) by D. Metlay (NWTRB – USA) on “Collaborative Social Science Research: The Other Side of the Coin”
14/12/2017 864 KB  
JOPRAD 2017 Final Workshop, presentation 3 by C. Davies (EC) on “European Joint Research Programme in the management and disposal of radioactive waste”
14/12/2017 569 KB  
JOPRAD 2017 Final Workshop, presentation 4 by J. Delay (Andra) on “JOPRAD: rationale, objectives and overview of outcomes”
14/12/2017 674 KB  
JOPRAD 2017 Final Workshop, presentation 5 by J. Miksova (CV REZ) and F. Lemy (Bel V) on “Joint Programme Actors and Boundary Conditions”
14/12/2017 465 KB  
JOPRAD 2017 Final Workshop, presentation 6a by R. Kowe (RWM) and G. Buckau (JRC) on “Joint Programme Vision, Strategic Research Agenda and Knowledge Management Programme”
14/12/2017 1 MB  
JOPRAD 2017 Final Workshop, presentation 6b by R. Kowe (RWM) and G. Buckau (JRC) on “Joint Programme Vision, Strategic Research Agenda and Knowledge Management Programme”
14/12/2017 509 KB  
JOPRAD 2017 Final Workshop, presentation 7 by M. Garcia (Andra) on “JOPRAD outcomes: Governance and implementation strategy of the EJP”
14/12/2017 630 KB  
JOPRAD 2017 Final Workshop, presentation 8 by A. Banford (NUGENIA) on “NUGENIA: view of waste producers and contribution to Joint Programme on RWMD”
14/12/2017 1 MB  
JOPRAD 2017 Final Workshop, presentation 9 by M. Garcia and S. Schumacher (Andra) on “Preparation of activities to be included in EJP1”
14/12/2017 973 KB  
Master Deployment Plan 2014
23/12/2014 5 MB  
MIND 2015 D1.1 A Review of Anthropogenic Organic Wastes and Their Degradation Behaviour
  • MIND Deliverable D1.1, published December 2015. Work Package 1 of the MIND project addresses remaining key issues for the geological disposal of ILW concerning the long-term behaviour, fate and consequences of organic materials in the waste along with H2 generated by corrosion and radiolysis. This review begins this work by collating information concerning the inventory and nature of organic materials present in ILW and some LLW that requires geological disposal. The review has then considered the physical and chemical conditions that the organic materials will be subjected to during storage and geological disposal. The review then provides a summary description of the physical and chemical nature of the main organic materials present in ILW and their known chemical and radiolytic degradation behaviour. The effect of the organic degradation products on radionuclide speciation, which could affect how some radionuclides are transported in groundwater, is then considered to focus subsequent work in this field.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
20/12/2015 3 MB  
MIND 2016 D2.1 Inventory of reducing gases
  • MIND Deliverable D2.1, published November 2016. In order to provide data needed to address the question on geochemical constraints of biological activity at spent nuclear fuel waste repository sites, geochemical data of dissolved gases from deep drill holes and mines in Finland and Sweden were collected based on a literature and database survey. Gas data were found from 20 separate localities in Finland with the deepest drill holes extending down to 2500 m below surface. The gas phase is dominated by nitrogen and methane, although significant variation exists between different sites and with depth. At least partly this variation can be related to differences in lithology (rock types) and residence time of water within the bedrock. Corresponding data from Sweden were from 2 localities extending to at most 1000 m below surface.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
20/11/2016 841 KB  
MIND 2016 D3.1 Year 1 Evaluation Report
  • MIND deliverable D3.1 published October 2016. This year one evaluation report of MIND consists of two parts. The first part is a description of the state of the art of geological disposal of radioactive waste, with a special reference to microbiological issues. The second part is the first year evaluation of the microbial processes studied in MIND Work Packages 1 and 2.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
20/10/2016 3 MB  
MIND 2016 D3.3 Modular microbiology education and training
  • MIND Deliverable D3.3, published November 2016. The overall aim of both the education and training initiatives in MIND is to cultivate awareness of the relevance of microbial issues in otherwise typically abiotic fields of expertise, and dissipate the knowledge gained in the MIND project beyond the known geomicrobiology expert circles. For this reason, modular training courses were developed, an exchange programme for Master and PhD students has been developed and focused communication on these initiatives has been undertaken.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
20/11/2016 2 MB  
MIND 2016 Newsletter #1
20/03/2016 895 KB  
MIND 2016 Newsletter #2
20/10/2016 1 MB  
MIND 2017 D2.3 Interim report on deep gases and sulphur compounds as biogeochemical energy sources in crystalline rock
  • MIND Deliverable D2.3, published August 2017. Geochemical data on sulphur compounds and dissolved gases from deep drill holes and deep mines in Finland were compiled into a database. Data is used as background for MIND work package 2, in which microbial production of sulphide in the geosphere will be assessed from the point of view of canister corrosion. This report summarises the present knowledge on the mode of occurrence of sulphur compounds and dissolved gases in groundwaters of crystalline bedrock. Prerequisites of microbial sulphate reduction are discussed based on the data available.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
20/08/2017 840 KB  
MIND 2017 D2.4 Bacterial activity in compacted bentonites
  • MIND Deliverable D2.4, published June 2017. It has been hypothesised that cut-off bentonite density thresholds exist above which all bacterial activity stops or is inhibited to a such a level that it can be regarded as negligible. This report discusses if that hypothesis can be considered true or if more variables other than clay density determine bacterial activity in bentonites. The clays analysed and discussed in this report have been investigated previously. This deliverable summarizes previously performed work and new work performed within MIND.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
20/06/2017 1,024 KB  
MIND 2017 D3.4 Year 2 Synthesis Report
  • MIND deliverable D3.4 published July 2017. This report is a synthesis of the outcome of the experimental and modelling research activities in MIND WP1 and WP2, performed over the first 2 years of the project. The scope of the report is broad, covering all completed scientific and ‘in progress’ projects contained within MIND. The emphasis in this report is on the description of the degradation processes that can be expected and the environmental boundary conditions under which they can occur. The kinetics of these processes are not featured prominently here, but will become an increasingly prioritised aspect of the MIND project throughout the remainder of its tenure, and a next update of this report.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
20/07/2017 1 MB  
MIND 2017 Newsletter #3
20/03/2017 3 MB  
MIND 2017 Newsletter #4
20/10/2017 2 MB  
Modern2020 2017 D2.1 Repository Monitoring Strategies and Screening Methodologies
  • Deliverable D2.1 is the summary report for Task 2.1 of Work Package 2, which is focused on monitoring programme design basis, monitoring strategies and decision making. This task aimed to address several remaining generic issues not previously addressed in international collaborative projects. D2.1 addresses these through undertaking work related to the following objectives: - Evaluate the role of monitoring within the post-closure safety case. - Evaluate high-level monitoring strategies. - Consider the range of decisions to be made during repository implementation that will require information from monitoring. - Develop screening methodologies used to develop monitoring parameter lists for different national monitoring contexts.
  • Related activities: Modern2020: Development and demonstration of monitoring strategies and technologies for geological disposal
20/02/2017 3 MB  
Prague congress centre – Access Map
22/10/2013 651 KB