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2012_Lessons learned from the SRA preparation
18/10/2012 255 KB  
2018 IGD-TP Position Paper on the Need for Sustained Collaborative Research, Development and Demonstration
7/09/2018 499 KB  
2019 IGD-TP position letter regarding the call EC NFRP-10
  • 2019 IGD-TP position letter regarding the call EC NFRP-10: Developing pre-disposal activities identified in the scope of the European Joint Programme in Radioactive Waste Management
8/04/2019 120 KB  
2019 Waste Management – IGD-TP Poster
14/03/2019 8 MB  
ANNETTE 2017 List of learning outcomes of ANNETTE WP2 courses
20/06/2017 3 MB  
ANNETTE Bulletin – December 2018 18/12/2018 1 MB  
ANNETTE Monthly Bulletin – Issue 15, August 2019
5/08/2019 1 MB  
BEACON 2018 First Annual Project Meeting – Preliminary Agenda
23/04/2018 215 KB  
BELBaR D 2.1 Effect of water chemistry, clay chemistry and water/clay interactions on erosion processes
26/03/2018 1 MB  
BELBaR D 3.1 Microscale investigations on colloid mobility
26/03/2018 1,015 KB  
BELBaR D 4.10 Different mechanisms governing the colloidal stability of dispersions of natural bentonite in dilute solutions
26/03/2018 7 MB  
BELBaR D 4.3 Theoretical understanding of the effect of the Ca on clay gel stability
26/03/2018 738 KB  
BELBaR D 5.3 Conceptual and mathematical models within BELBaR
26/03/2018 1 MB  
BELBaR D1.2 State of the Art Report: Treatment of Collids
26/03/2018 2 MB  
BELBaR D2.2 Erosion processes under flowing water condtions
26/03/2018 3 MB  
BELBaR D2.3 Analysis and characterisation of the bentonite gel and colloids obtained in erosion tests
26/03/2018 746 KB  
BELBaR D6.14 Final conference proceedings
26/03/2018 10 MB  
BELBaR Project final report
26/03/2018 2 MB  
BIOCLIM / BIOMOSA Joint Final Seminar – General Discussion 16/10/2019 123 KB  
BIOCLIM Deliverable D1 – Environmental Change Analysis 16/10/2019 496 KB  
BIOCLIM Deliverable D10-12 – Development and Application of a Methodology for Taking Climate-Driven Environmental Change into Account in Performance Assessments 16/10/2019 3 MB  
BIOCLIM Deliverable D2 – Consolidation of Needs of the European Waste Management Agencies and the Regulator of the Consortium 16/10/2019 2 MB  
BIOCLIM Deliverable D3 – Global climatic features over the next million years and recommendation for specific situations to be considered 16/10/2019 371 KB  
BIOCLIM Deliverable D4 and D5 – Global climatic characteristics, including vegetation and seasonal cycles over Europe, for snapshots over the next 200,000 years 16/10/2019 3 MB  
BIOCLIM Deliverable D6a – Regional climatic characteristics for the European sites at specific times: the dynamical downscaling 16/10/2019 2 MB  
BIOCLIM Deliverable D6b – Application of statistical downscaling within the BIOCLIM hierarchical strategy: methods, data requirements and underlying assumptions 16/10/2019 335 KB  
BIOCLIM Deliverable D7 – Continuous climate evolution scenarios over western Europe (1000km scale) 16/10/2019 2 MB  
BIOCLIM Deliverable D8a – Development of the rule-based downscaling methodology for BIOCLIM Workpackage 3 16/10/2019 2 MB  
BIOCLIM Deliverable D8b – Development of the physical/statistical downscaling methodology and application to climate model CLIMBER for BIOCLIM Workpackage 3 16/10/2019 1 MB  
BIOMOSA Project – Final Report 11/10/2019 672 KB  
Calorimetric Non-Destructive Assay of Large Volume and Heterogeneous Radioactive Waste Drums (May 2019)
2/08/2019 427 KB  
CARBOWASTE 2008 An Integrated Approach to Irradiated Graphite
20/02/2019 475 KB  
CARBOWASTE 2008 Treatment and Disposal of Irradiated Graphite and other Carbonaceous Waste
20/02/2019 159 KB  
CARBOWASTE 2009 Analysis of Nitrogen Impurity Impact on 14C Generation in RBMK-1500 Reactor Graphite
20/02/2019 508 KB  
CARBOWASTE 2009 Thermal Behaviour of Chlorine in Nuclear Graphite at a Microscopic Scale
20/02/2019 830 KB  
CARBOWASTE 2010 Characterization of graphite implanted with chlorine ions using combined Raman microspectrometry and transmission electron microscopy
20/02/2019 611 KB  
CARBOWASTE 2010 Mass Spectrometric Determination of Impurities in Reactor Core Graphite for Radioactive Waste Composition Modelling
20/02/2019 151 KB  
CARBOWASTE 2011 On a Reliable Structural Characterization of Polished Carbons in Meteorites by Raman Spectroscopy
20/02/2019 414 KB  
CARBOWASTE 2013 D0.3.12 Final Report
20/02/2019 1 MB  
CARBOWASTE 2013 D6.0.0 Disposal Behaviour of Irradiated Graphite and Carbonaceous Wastes – WP6 Final Report
20/02/2019 2 MB  
CARBOWASTE 2015 Thesis: Migration du deutérium dans le graphite nucléaire
20/02/2019 40 MB  
CARBOWASTE WP1 Deliverables
11/10/2019 35 MB  
CARBOWASTE WP2 Deliverables
11/10/2019 109 MB  
CARBOWASTE WP3 Deliverables
11/10/2019 105 MB  
CARBOWASTE WP4 Deliverables
11/10/2019 57 MB  
CARBOWASTE WP5 Deliverables
11/10/2019 31 MB  
CARBOWASTE WP6 Deliverables
11/10/2019 42 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 2016 D7.11 Proceedings of Workshop 1, 5-6 October 2016
  • CAST - This report is deliverable D7.11 of the CAST project, detailing the proceedings of workshop 1 held on 5-6 October 2016.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
20/12/2017 78 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 2018 D7.20 Workshop 2 Report
27/09/2018 565 KB  
CAST 2018 D7.22 Newsletter 5
27/09/2018 872 KB  
CAST 2018 D7.23 Final Overview of CAST
27/09/2018 1 MB  
CAST 2018 D7.24 Summary of Scientific Progress Achieved
27/09/2018 355 KB  
CAST 2018 D7.25 Summary of Scientific Progress Achieved- For Public and Decision-makers
  • CAST deliverable D7.25, Summary of Scientific Progress Achieved Through CAST for the general public and decision-makers.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
27/09/2018 341 KB  
CAST 2018 WP2 Steels Deliverables
  • Zip file of all publicly available deliverables from the CAST project produced under Work Package 2: Steels.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
27/09/2018 37 MB  
CAST 2018 WP3 Zircaloy Deliverables
  • Zip file of all publicly available deliverables from the CAST project produced under Work Package 3: Zircaloy.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
27/09/2018 36 MB  
CAST 2018 WP4 Ion Exchange Resins Deliverables
  • Zip file of all publicly available deliverables from the CAST project produced under Work Package 4: Ion Exchange Resins.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
27/09/2018 15 MB  
CAST 2018 WP5 Graphite Deliverables
  • Zip file of all publicly available deliverables from the CAST project produced under Work Package 5: Graphite.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
27/09/2018 44 MB  
CAST 2018 WP6 Safety Case Relevance Deliverables
  • Zip file of all publicly available deliverables from the CAST project produced under Work Package 6: Safety Case Relevance.
  • Related activities: CAST: CArbon-14 Source Term
27/09/2018 22 MB  
CAST Deliverable D1.1 – General Assembly Meeting 1 Minutes
22/08/2019 1 MB  
CAST Deliverable D1.10 – Advisory Group Review of WP 2 Final Synthesis Report
22/08/2019 424 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.11 – Advisory Group Review of WP 3 Final Synthesis Report
22/08/2019 297 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.12 – Advisory Group Review of WP 4 Final Synthesis Report
22/08/2019 469 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.13 – Advisory Group Review of WP 5 Final Synthesis Report
22/08/2019 290 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.14 – Advisory Group Review of WP6 Final Synthesis Report
22/08/2019 198 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.15 – General Assembly meeting and minutes
22/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D1.16 – Advisory Group Review of 2018 GAM and Final Symposium
22/08/2019 157 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.17 – Advisory Group Review of WP7 CAST Final Overview Report
22/08/2019 168 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.3 – Advisory Group Review of CAST Objectives and 1st CAST General Assembly Meeting Minutes
22/08/2019 268 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.4 – General Assembly Meeting 2 Minutes
22/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D1.5 – Advisory Group Review of Year 1 WP Annual Reports and Minutes of Second CAST GAM
22/08/2019 898 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.6 – Third General Assembly Meeting Minutes
22/08/2019 925 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.7 – Advisory Group Review of Year 2 WP Annual Reports and Minutes of Third CAST GAM
22/08/2019 405 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.8 – General Assembly Meeting 4 Minutes
22/08/2019 783 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.9 – Advisory Group Review of Year 3 WP Annual Reports and Minutes of Fourth CAST GAM
22/08/2019 1 MB  
CAST Deliverable D2.10 – Determination of 14C Content and Release from Steel
22/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D2.13 – WP2 CIEMAT Final Report on C14 release from steels under aerobic conditions
22/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D2.14 – WP2 ENRESA Final Report on C14 release from steels under aerobic conditions
22/08/2019 668 KB  
CAST Deliverable D2.15 – Influence of material choice on the release and speciation of C14
22/08/2019 644 KB  
CAST Deliverable D2.16 – Final report on C-14 release from steels under low pH and acidic conditions
22/08/2019 1 MB  
CAST Deliverable D2.17 – Final Report on Carbon-14 release from steels under aerobic and anaerobic conditions
22/08/2019 587 KB  
CAST Deliverable D2.18 – Final synthesis report on results from WP2
22/08/2019 512 KB  
CAST Deliverable D2.19 – Corrosion of irradiated steel in alkaline conditions: First measurements of the carbon-14 speciation
22/08/2019 7 MB  
CAST Deliverable D2.2 – Annual Progress Report on WP2 – Year 1
22/08/2019 4 MB  
CAST Deliverable D2.3 – Development of a Compound-specific Carbon-14 AMS Technique for the Detection of Carbon-14 Labelled Organic Compounds
22/08/2019 1 MB  
CAST Deliverable D2.4 – Selected analytical procedures at Armines/Subatech
22/08/2019 214 KB  
CAST Deliverable D2.5 – WP2 Annual Progress Report – Year 2
22/08/2019 5 MB  
CAST Deliverable D2.6 – WP2 Annual Progress Report – Year 3, October 2015 – September 2016
22/08/2019 4 MB  
CAST Deliverable D2.9 – Release and speciation of carbon from stainless steel under mildly and highly alkaline, reducing conditions
22/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.1 – State of the art of 14C in Zircaloy and Zr alloys – C14 release from zirconium alloy hulls
23/08/2019 4 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.10 – Annual progress report on corrosion test
23/08/2019 890 KB  
CAST Deliverable D3.11 – 2nd Annual WP3 progress report
23/08/2019 3 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.12 – Annual Progress Report on corrosion test
23/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.13 – 3rd Annual WP3 Progress Report
23/08/2019 3 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.14 – Final Report from JRC-Karlsruhe: Determination of C14 Content in and Release from Zircaloy cladding
23/08/2019 3 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.15 – Final report on C14 release and speciation from Zircaloy
23/08/2019 1 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.16 – Final report on experimental results on long-term corrosion tests and C14 release assessment, irradiated Zircaloy (RATEN-ICN)
23/08/2019 3 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.17 – Final report on 14C release from zirconium alloy in highly alkaline conditions
23/08/2019 3 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.18 – Final report on C-14 released from irradiated Zircaloys in NaOH solution: quantification and speciation of C-14
23/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.19 – Final Report on Zr alloys corrosion studies at RWMC
23/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.2 – Definition of operating conditions and presentation of the leaching experiments
23/08/2019 860 KB  
CAST Deliverable D3.20 – Final report on C-14 behaviour in Zr fuel clad wastes under disposal conditions
23/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.3 – Description of the analytical procedure for gaseous and dissolved C-14 species quantification
23/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.4 – Progress report on corrosion tests in the hot cell-experimental setup
23/08/2019 1 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.5 – 1st Annual WP3 Progress Report
23/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.6 – Intermediate report on the analysis of Zircaloy samples C-14 content
23/08/2019 870 KB  
CAST Deliverable D3.7 – Definition of the analytical strategy for C-14 measurements
23/08/2019 1 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.8 – Description of Zircaloy-4 dissolution experiment in a shielded box
23/08/2019 1 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.9 – Quantification of C-14 in liquid and gas phases
23/08/2019 1 MB  
CAST Deliverable D4.1 – State of the art review on sample choice, analytical techniques and current knowledge of release from spent ion-exchange resins
23/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D4.2 – Annual progress report on WP4 – 2014
23/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D4.3 – 2nd Annual progress report on WP4 – 2015
23/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D4.4 – 3rd Annual progress report on WP4 – 2016
23/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D4.5 – Final report on the estimation of the source term and speciation of C14 in spent ion-exchange resins
23/08/2019 3 MB  
CAST Deliverable D4.6 – Final report on leaching and desorption experiments of C14 from spent ion exchange resins
23/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D4.7 – Final Report on gaseous release of C-14 from BWR and CANDU Spent Ion Exchange Resins
23/08/2019 661 KB  
CAST Deliverable D4.8 – Compilation and comparison of data on C14 from spent ion-exchange resins
23/08/2019 953 KB  
CAST Deliverable D4.9 – Final Synthesis Report of Spent Ion-Exchange Resins C14 Source Term and Leaching
23/08/2019 714 KB  
CAST Final General Assembly – Third announcement and call for papers
20/10/2017 63 KB  
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 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  
Cebama 2019 Newsletter #4
1/08/2019 6 MB  
Cebama 3rd Annual Workshop Flyer
2/02/2018 1 MB  
Cebama Deliverable 1.01 – Detailed WP1 description of scientific work: compilation of partner descriptions
31/07/2019 7 MB  
Cebama Deliverable 3.01 – Detailed WP3 description of scientific work: compilation of partner descriptions with update of Appendix B
31/07/2019 11 MB  
Cebama Deliverable 4.10 – Minutes from 2nd Annual Workshop
  • Cebama Deliverable 4.10, published June 2017. Minutes from the 2nd Annual Workshop of the collaborative project Cebama, held in Espoo, Finland on May 16 - 19 2017. The workshop was hosted by VTT. There were 66 attendees, including beneficiaries, End-User-Group members and project external organizations.
  • Related activities: CEBAMA: Cement-based materials, properties, evolution, barrier functions
1/08/2019 3 MB  
Cebama Deliverable D1.02 – Agreement and documentation of systems to be studied
  • CEBAMA Deliverable D1.02, published 28 January 2016. The deliverable report serves as a summary of the cement-bentonite interaction systems to be studied. It builds upon the original project plans and provides more concise details pertaining to the synergy between experimental work on various materials. Overview tables are provided, followed by Appendices summarizing the experimental material systems to be used by the 19 partners of WP1.
  • Related activities: CEBAMA: Cement-based materials, properties, evolution, barrier functions
31/07/2019 151 KB  
Cebama Deliverable D1.04 – Report on WP1 established experimental boundary conditions, experimental methods
31/07/2019 1 MB  
Cebama Deliverable D1.05 – Report on WP1 selected experimental materials to be used, including both new laboratory and aged in-situ samples
31/07/2019 859 KB  
Cebama Deliverable D2.01 – Detailed WP2 description of scientific work: Compilation of partner descriptions
31/07/2019 3 MB  
Cebama Deliverable D2.02 – Agreement and documentation of systems to be studied
  • CEBAMA Deliverable D2.02, published 11 February 2016. This report gives details of the systems studied by the various partners, the experimental boundary conditions and the methods used. The presentation is classified by radionuclides to identify synergies and overlaps between different partners working on the same radionuclide.
  • Related activities: CEBAMA: Cement-based materials, properties, evolution, barrier functions
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Cebama Deliverable D2.03 – WP2: State of the Art Report
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Cebama Deliverable D3.02 – Review and definition of modelling approaches: scale of analysis, physico-chemical processes, software, HPC resources
  • Cebama Deliverable D3.02, published 6 May 2016. This report gives details of the definition of the modelling approaches to be followed by each of the participants of Work Package 3, related to Modelling and Interpretation of the Experiments to be carried out in Work Package 1.
  • Related activities: CEBAMA: Cement-based materials, properties, evolution, barrier functions
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Cebama Deliverable D3.03 – Consolidated plan for Upscaling Modelling Task
  • Cebama Deliverable D3.03, published 1 August 2016. Work Package 3 is devoted to the modelling and interpretation of experimental data generated within CEBAMA. Different modelling approaches are used by each partner, with focus on reactive transport processes that can impact the physical properties of cementitious materials and their interface with clayey systems. Therefore, a common modelling task is needed for a better integration of the results and conclusions obtained in WP3. This report gives details of the proposed plan for such a modelling task. The goal of this task is to cluster WP3 activities around a common simulation case and integrate different spatial and temporal upscaling methods that are planned to be used by each partner. The work related with this activity will be undertaken during a period of approximately 2 years, from the 2nd Annual Workshop in May 2017 to June 2019.
  • Related activities: CEBAMA: Cement-based materials, properties, evolution, barrier functions
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Cebama Deliverable D3.04 – Description of and results from the modelling of external lab and/or field experiments
  • Cebama Deliverable D3.04, published 1 December 2016. The present deliverable D3.04 contains a description of modelling approaches and recent progress by WP3 partners and summarizes 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.
  • Related activities: CEBAMA: Cement-based materials, properties, evolution, barrier functions
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Cebama Deliverable D3.05 – Preliminary results and interpretation of the modelling of WP1 & WP2 experiments
  • Cebama Deliverable D3.05, published 30 November 2017. The present deliverable D3.05 contains a description of modelling approaches and recent progress by WP3 partners on the simulation of WP1 and WP2 experiments. Each partner contribution below summarizes the modelling work so far and presents the most recent results obtained, with application to WP1/WP2 experiments.
  • Related activities: CEBAMA: Cement-based materials, properties, evolution, barrier functions
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Cebama Deliverable D4.01 – Generic Poster presenting the Project
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Cebama Deliverable D4.02 – Project webpage
  • Cebama Deliverable D4.02, published 20 August 2015. The project webpage as been set up and made accessible since the beginning of the project at the following address : www.cebama.eu. It is composed of both a public and restricted access areas. The public webpage provides a description of the project (objectives, participants, outcomes…) as well as information on relevant project events, public deliverables and publications.
  • Related activities: CEBAMA: Cement-based materials, properties, evolution, barrier functions
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Cebama Deliverable D4.04 – Planning on interaction with socio-political stakeholders
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Cebama Deliverable D4.05 – Communication Action Plan
  • Cebama Deliverable D4.05, published 12 November 2015. The following Communication Action Plan describes the foreseen internal and external communication activities to be carried out within Workpackage 4 of the project Cebama. The available communication tools are also presented as well as the list of associated workpackage deliverables.
  • Related activities: CEBAMA: Cement-based materials, properties, evolution, barrier functions
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Cebama Deliverable D4.06 – Planned dissemination of final results
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Cebama Deliverable D4.11 – Draft of the 2nd Annual Project Workshop Proceeding
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Cebama Deliverable D5.01 – Report/Documentation of exchange of data between experimental and modelling WPs (with updating)
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Cebama Deliverable D5.02 – Periodic Management and Activity Report (PM18)
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Cementitious Materials Technology Exchange Flyer
  • A flyer for the DOE-EM Sponsored Cementitious Materials Technology Exchange, held on 10 - 12 December 2019 in Augusta, Georgia.
21/10/2019 1 MB  
CHANCE Deliverable D2.1 – End-User-Group Questionnaire
  • CHANCE Deliverable D2.1, published 30 November 2017. This document describes the questionnaire produced by CHANCE Work Package 2 & 6 and addressed to the members of End Users Group (EUG). Based on the answers collected by means of this questionnaire the requirements and methodologies for the characterization of conditioned radioactive waste used in different national contexts will be evaluated. The questionnaire will be also used to underlying socio-technical and ethical frameworks of radioactive waste characterisation practices and policies.
  • Related activities: CHANCE: Characterisation of conditioned nuclear waste for its safe disposal in Europe
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CHANCE Deliverable D2.2 – Synthesis of commonly used methodology for conditioned radioactive waste characterisation
  • CHANCE Deliverable D2.2, published 16 July 2019. The present report focuses on activities from Work Package 2 (Task 2.1) related to the first objective of the CHANCE project, namely the establishment of an overview of current conditioned radioactive waste characterisation employed over Europe, remaining issues, etc. In order to collect information in terms of characterization, particularly links and overlaps between these requirements and waste specifications for different national disposals, a questionnaire was produced and distributed to operators of radioactive waste disposal in Europe through the CHANCE project End-User Group. This document presents a synthesis of the answers received from members of the End Users Group (EUG) to the questionnaire. Based on the answers collected by means of this questionnaire the requirements and methodologies for the characterization of conditioned radioactive waste used in different national contexts were evaluated. The questionnaire was also used to understand socio-ethical and technical frameworks of radioactive waste characterisation practices and policies.
  • Related activities: CHANCE: Characterisation of conditioned nuclear waste for its safe disposal in Europe
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CHANCE Deliverable D3.1 – Applicability of Calorimetry to Real Waste Characterisation
  • CHANCE Deliverable D3.1, published 31 July 2018. The first part of this report gives an overview of the main characteristics concerning mature NDA systems. The second part evaluates the techniques that are relevant for CHANCE WP3 (alpha bearing waste measurement), in the frame of Task 3.1 “Benchmark of calorimeters and standard NDA method for characterisation of large volume waste drums”. The evaluation is performed through a study of the neutron and gamma ray signals that can escape various 200 L waste drum matrices with different source configurations, and through a comparison with the published plutonium and uranium Minimum Detectable Masses (MDM) of existing systems.
  • Related activities: CHANCE: Characterisation of conditioned nuclear waste for its safe disposal in Europe
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CHANCE Deliverable D6.1 – CHANCE public website
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CHANCE Deliverable D6.4 – Topical day on waste characterisation
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CHANCE Project Poster: Characterization of conditioned nuclear waste for its safe disposal in Europe
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Clay Conference 2020 Flyer (July 2019)
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D2.2-8.2 HE-E annual monitoring report
24/04/2018 6 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.
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DISCO Deliverable D1.1 – Website open
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DISCO Deliverable D1.10 – Proceedings from the 1st General Assembly
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DISCO Deliverable D1.11 – 2nd “Mobility grant” announcement
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DISCO Deliverable D1.12 – Webinar 2 4/10/2019 108 KB  
DISCO Deliverable D1.13 – Minutes from the 2nd General Assembly
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DISCO Deliverable D1.14 – Newsletter #3 4/10/2019 471 KB  
DISCO Deliverable D1.15 – Proceedings from the 2nd Annual Meeting
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DISCO Deliverable D1.2 – Kick-off minutes
5/08/2019 665 KB  
DISCO Deliverable D1.27 – Plan for peer-reviewed publications in scientific journals
  • DISCO Deliverable D1.27, published 14 October 2017. The purpose of this document is to 1) convey intentions and plans to publish Disco research results in peer-reviewed scientific journals 2) to document the accepted and published peerreviewed scientific papers that have resulted from the Disco project.
  • Related activities: DISCO: Modern Spent Fuel Dissolution and Chemistry in Failed Containers
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DISCO Deliverable D1.3 – 2017 Newsletter #1
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DISCO Deliverable D1.4 – Plan for Webinars
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DISCO Deliverable D1.5 – LinkedIn Group established
  • DISCO Deliverable D1.5, published 28 August 2017. A LinkedIn group has been set up and it is accessible to project participants since July 2017 at the following address: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8613921. The group is called “DisCo - H2020: Modern Spent Fuel Dissolution and Chemistry in Failed Container Conditions”.
  • Related activities: DISCO: Modern Spent Fuel Dissolution and Chemistry in Failed Containers
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DISCO Deliverable D1.6 – Plan for Webinars
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DISCO Deliverable D1.7 – Webinar 1
  • DISCO Deliverable D1.7, published 30 May 2018. DISCO webinars are organized in conjunction with the Annual Meetings of the project, as described in Deliverable 1.4 (Plan for Webinars). The 1st Webinar took place on May 16th, 2018 at 13:45h (GMT+1) during the 1st Annual Meeting held in Sheffield (15-16th May 2018).
  • Related activities: DISCO: Modern Spent Fuel Dissolution and Chemistry in Failed Containers
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DISCO Deliverable D1.8 – Minutes from the 1st General Assembly
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DISCO Deliverable D1.9 – 2018 Newsletter #2
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DISCO Deliverable D2.1 – Initial state report: sample characterisation and experimental set-up 4/10/2019 1 MB  
DISCO Deliverable D2.1 – Initial state report: sample characterisation and experimental set-up
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DISCO Deliverable D2.2 – Failed fuel report: Characterisation and secondary alteration products 4/10/2019 2 MB  
DISCO Deliverable D3.1 – Spent fuel experiments: First dissolution results 4/10/2019 2 MB  
DISCO Deliverable D4.1 – Model materials experiments: First dissolution results 4/10/2019 2 MB  
DISCO Deliverable D5.1 – Agreement of conditions to consider in the models: discussions between modelling and experimentalists
  • DISCO Deliverable D5.1 , published 7 December 2017. This report summarises discussions which took place between the modellers and experimentalists within the WP5 partners. The discussions on the parameters needed or “desired” to calibrate and/or develop the models started at the kick off meeting of the DISCO project on the 13th of June, 2017, in Brussels, Belgium.
  • Related activities: DISCO: Modern Spent Fuel Dissolution and Chemistry in Failed Containers
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DISCO Deliverable D5.2 – Defect chemistry and thermodynamics of Cr-doped UO2 fuels: Model development and applications (Mid-term report) 4/10/2019 2 MB  
DISCO Deliverable D5.3 – Progress on the modeling of the homogeneous U0.73Pu0.27O2 alteration as a simulant of MOX fuel matrices in an underground disposal cell 4/10/2019 2 MB  
DISCO Newsletter #3 – June 2019 29/09/2019 1 MB  
DOPAS 2013 D1.2 Project Plan
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DOPAS 2013 D1.3 Website and Extranet
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DOPAS 2013 D3.10 FSS Drift Model Construction Report
  • This report gives an overview of the tunnel (drift) model (also called the “test box” in the text) construction story, as built for the needs of Andra’s FSS experiment. It includes an overview of the main construction phases (illustrated by photos) c/w practical details and dates.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2013 D3.16 EPSP Laboratory Experiment Testing Plan
  • This report presents the plan of laboratory works related to the EPSP experiment. The laboratory work will provide data for the subsequent numerical analysis of EPSP behaviour (WP5). Three groups of data will be produced – input material parameters, material parameters from verification testing (the occasional checking for possible changes as the project progresses) and data from small-scale physical models to be used for the validation of the numerical models.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2013 D7.1 Project Dissemination Plan
  • Dissemination Plan including exploitation with list of tentative dissemination activities. This plan describes the planned dissemination activities, mechanisms, target groups, and how the dissemination activities are implemented. Exploitation will be updated in the end of DOPAS project.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2013 D7.5 Project Description for the EC FP7 Project Compendium
  • This Deliverable will be published within Volume IV synthesis brochure of Euratom fission projects selected from the 2012 and 2013 later and includes proposed text from DOPAS project and pictures to be used in brochure.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2013 Newsletter 1
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DOPAS 2014 D2.1 Design Bases and Criteria
  • Work Package 2 (WP2) of the DOPAS Project is focusing on the design basis, reference designs and strategies used to demonstrate the compliance of the installed plugs and seals to the design basis. This report (Deliverable D2.1) presents the design basis of the five full-scale experiments and laboratory tests, and the process used by each WMO to develop it.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2014 D2.2 Designs of Reference Concepts and DOPAS Experiments: DOPAS Reference Designs Report
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DOPAS 2014 D3.11 Report on FSS Cast Concrete Plug Construction
  • This report D3.11 gives an overview of the work implemented at FSS test site (Saint-Dizier) to construct the low pH self-compacting concrete (aka SCC) plug (the first component of the FSS experiment), i.e. the upstream concrete containment wall which was erected in July 2013.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2014 D3.17 Interim Results of EPSP Laboratory Testing
  • This report presents up-to-date results of laboratory work related to the EPSP experiment. The laboratory work will provide data for the subsequent numerical analysis of EPSP behaviour (WP5). Bentonite parameters were determined and compared with other bentonites from the Czech Republic.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2014 D3.26 URCF RSC Work Memorandum (POPLU)
  • To verify the suitability of the plug demonstration tunnel locations in Underground rock characterisation facility (URCF) ONKALO and to select the location for the plug within the tunnels, the Rock Suitability Classification (RSC) -system developed by Posiva Oy has been applied. A short description of the RSC-system is given in Chapter 2 of this memorandum, with the host rock classification criteria pertaining to the plug summed in Chapter 3. The two suitability classifications carried out to determine a suitable location for the POPLU plug are presented in Chapters 4 and 5 with short concluding remarks made in Chapter 6.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2014 D3.8 Test Report on FSS Cast in Box Concrete
  • This report combines information on low pH SCC development into the one Deliverable D3.8 including information originally planned for D3.4 Report on low-pH concrete formulas for FSS; D3.6 Lab report on the performance of low-p H concrete for FSS and D3.8 Test report on FSS cast in-box concrete.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2014 D5.11 Status report on ELSA/LASA related laboratory tests (D3.28) and on process modelling activities (D5.5)
  • This report presents the work performed by GRS as part of the European project DOPAS under WP3 Task 2 Design and technical construction feasibility of the plugs and seals and WP5 Task 1 Performance assessment of plugs and seals systems. This report is one of three status reports, which combines information from both Work package 3 and Work Package 5 into a new Deliverable D5.11. LASA project stands for long-term stable shaft seal in salt formations.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2014 D6.1.1 Pilot EE consensus memorandum for D3.25 POPLU test plan
  • A pilot expert elicitation was carried out on the test plan of the POPLU experiment (D3.25) with the purpose of assisting the planning of the integrating expert analysis (Task 6.1 of the WP6) using the EE process for the quality assurance of the project deliverables. This deliverable describes briefly the pilot EE process, the tools used in it and the outcome of the process in the form of a consensus memorandum. The input of the EE process was used in the finalisation of the POPLU test plan.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2014 D7.10 Experiment poster of EPSP at URC Josef Gallery (Czech Republic))
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DOPAS 2014 D7.11.1 Dissemination Activities – Press Releases 0-18M
  • Compilation of press releases published during the first 18 months of the DOPAS project. Appendix 1 Press release published by Posiva in December 2012 Appendix 2 Press release published by Posiva in December 2012, in Finnish Appendix 3 Press release published by Andra in of January 2013, in French Appendix 4 Press release published by Nagra in April 2013 Appendix 5 Press release published by Nagra in April 2013, in German
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2014 D7.11.3 Dissemination activities, papers, presentations and posters (0-18 M)
  • Compilation of papers, presentations and posters published during the first 18 months of the DOPAS project. Most of the papers, presentations are available via organisers internet pages and the source are referred also in the DOPAS public web page. In some cases also the papers, presentations and posters are available at DOPAS public web page. Type of audience, size of audience and countries addresses are listed in EC database SESAM dissemination activities list. The presentations held in internal IGD-TP events (like EG meetings and Exchange forums) are not attached in this Deliverable while they are published within SecIGD2 Deliverables.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 13 MB  
DOPAS 2014 D7.11.4 Dissemination Activities – Other 0-18M
  • Compilation of other dissemination activities published during the first 18 months of the DOPAS project. Appendix 1 FSS progress video by Andra, which can be seen in DOPAS public web page. Appendix 2 VTT Intranet news
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 1 MB  
DOPAS 2014 D7.4.2 Newsletter 2
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DOPAS 2014 D7.4.3 Newsletter 3
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DOPAS 2014 D7.7 Experiment poster of DOMPLU at Äspö (Sweden)
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DOPAS 2014 D7.8 Experiment poster of POPLU at ONKALO (Finland)
  • This Deliverable shows the POPLU Experiment poster (Appendix 1), which will be emplaced in the front of the ONKALO Demonstration tunnel 4, where the plug will be constructed. Construction work is ongoing and therefore the poster has not been emplaced to the underground location yet. The poster has been ready since September 2013. This poster is linked also from DOPAS public webpage http://www.posiva.fi/dopas under WP3 and Experiment 4 POPLU since October 2013.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2014 D7.9 Experiment poster of FSS at Saint Dizier (France)
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DOPAS 2015 D3.22 DOMPLU experiment
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DOPAS 2015 D4.2 Bentonite Saturation Test (REM)
  • This report is Deliverable D4.2 of DOPAS WP4, and describes the “Bentonite saturation Test (REM)” carried out by Andra at a metric scale, with the same bentonitic material (pellets and powder admixture) as that employed in the construction of the FSS swelling core (construction experiment carried out in Saint-Dizier, within the frame of WP3activities). This saturation test is instrumental in comforting the knowledge and in the modelling of the bentonite seal behaviour (i.e. its saturation phenomenology), since the characterization work of the bentonitic material was anteriorly carried out at a pluricentimetric scale only (in “ordinary” oedometers): in summary, following the saturation course at a metric scale is more representative of real phenomena happening in a decametric core than doing so at a centimetric scale. This document D4.2 presents the links between the FSS construction and the saturation experiment. The experimental set-up and the way its phenomenological functioning will be monitored throughout 10 to 30 years are detailed (doing so at the FSS core decametric scale would take… thousands of years!). The very first experimental outcomes provided by REM are indicated.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2015 D4.3 DOMPLU Experiment Summary Report
  • This report summarizes four years of system design development for the KBS-3V deposition tunnel plugs, carried out in cooperation between SKB and Posiva Oy. The report summarizes the main events of the work in the full-scale test of the Dome plug. This report is also published as SKB TR-14-23.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 15 MB  
DOPAS 2015 D5.1 Modelling plan for Experiment 2 EPSP PA
  • This report outlines the modelling plan for an experimental pressure and sealing plug (EPSP). The EPSP experiment is not intended to test a specific plug or seal; rather it has been constructed at a similar scale to a real disposal tunnel plug and will contribute specifically to the development of the reference design for such structures. Modelling will focus primarily on the analysis of the THM properties of the various EPSP components.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 4 MB  
DOPAS 2015 D6.2 Expert staff visit travel reports – Report no 1 – FSS experiment in France
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DOPAS 2015 D6.2.1 Expert staff visit travel reports – Report no 2 – EPSP experiment in Czech Republic
  • This report is a Deliverable within WP6, and describes the objectives and outcomes of a staff exchange visit to the Experimental Pressure and Sealing Plug (EPSP) experiment in the Joseph Underground Research Centre (Czech Republic) on 12-14 November 2014.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2015 D6.3 EE documentation from Expert Group EE meeting inputs and outcomes concerning Work Package 2
  • This memorandum summarises the quality assurance outcomes of the expert elicitation that was carried out for the DOPAS Work Package 2 final report draft D2.4 dated 21 August 2015. The elicitation was carried out during 1 September 2015 to 24 November 2015.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2015 D7.4.4 Newsletter 4
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DOPAS 2016 D2.4 WP2 Final Report – Design Basis for DOPAS Plugs and Seals
  • This report provides a synopsis of the work undertaken in WP2. The report describes the safety functions, the designs, and design basis of plugs and seals considered in the DOPAS Project. The report includes an analysis and discussion of the differences between the design bases for plugs and seals in different repository concepts, focusing on the safety functions performed by each plug and seal, and how these impact on the requirements placed on the plug/seal. This report also describes the learning from WP2 on the processes used to develop and structure the design basis for plugs and seals within the DOPAS Project, and uses that learning to provide guidance on the development of a design basis in the context of repository plugs and seals. In particular, lessons are drawn on the iterative development of the design basis for plugs and seals, in parallel with development of the design, as well as the use of hierarchical structures to describe the design basis.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2016 D3.1 WP3 FSS Construction Summary Report
  • This report is Deliverable D3.1 in the DOPAS Project and is part of WP3. The objective of this report is to provide an integrated summary of the work undertaken for the design and construction of the scale 1:1 experiment called FSS (Full Scale Seal), carried out by Andra, with the scientific support of NAGRA. A parallel report, DOPAS Deliverable D4.8 in WP4, discusses the performance of the FSS experiment and the feedback to the design basis.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 1 MB  
DOPAS 2016 D3.13 Report on FSS shotcrete plug construction
  • This report D3.13 gives an overview of the work implemented at the FSS test site (in Saint- Dizier) to construct the low pH shotcrete plug (one of the 3 components forming the FSS seal), i.e. the “downstream” concrete containment wall, which was erected in September 2014.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2016 D3.14 EPSP Experiment (demonstration)
  • The EPSP plug has been designed as a prototype plug for a future Czech deep geological repository. It is expected therefore that similar plug will function during the whole of the operational phase of the repository, i.e. 150 years with an expected over-pressure of up to 7MPa. The D3.14 “EPSP experiment (demonstration)” is demonstration action which provides information on successfully installed and running experiment.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 2 MB  
DOPAS 2016 D3.20 EPSP plug test installation report
  • The EPSP plug has been designed as a prototype plug for a future Czech deep geological repository. It is expected, therefore, that similar plugs will be required to function throughout the whole of the operational phase of the repository, i.e. 150 years with an expected over-pressure of up to 7MPa. The D3.20 “EPSP plug test installation report” provides information on the installation of the experiment and the experience gained.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 10 MB  
DOPAS 2016 D3.21 Final Results of EPSP Laboratory Testing
  • The aim of the DOPAS project is to address the design basis of, and reference designs and strategies for, plugs and seals to be used in geological disposal facilities. The Czech “Experimental Pressure and Sealing Plug” (EPSP) experiment is aimed at the study of developments concerning the design basis and reference designs. This report summarises the results of laboratory work related to the EPSP experiment.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2016 D3.23 POPLU Experiment
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DOPAS 2016 D3.29 Final technical report on ELSA related testing on chemical-hydraulical behaviour – LAVA
  • This report presents the work performed by GRS as part of the European project DOPAS (Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals) under WP 3 task 2 and WP 5 task 1 on “Design and technical construction feasibility of the plugs and seals” and “Performance assessment of plugs and seals systems”. The work is related to the research and development on plugging and sealing for repositories in salt.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2016 D3.30 WP3 Final Summary Report – Summary of, and Lessons Learned from, Design and Construction of the DOPAS Experiments
  • This report is Deliverable D3.30 of the DOPAS Project, the final summary report of WP3. The objective of this report is to provide an integrated summary of the work undertaken and the lessons learned in the DOPAS Project related to the detailed design and construction of the full-scale experiments. A parallel report, DOPAS Deliverable D4.4 discusses the performance of the experiments and the feedback to the design basis.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 9 MB  
DOPAS 2016 D3.31 Final technical report on ELSA related testing on mechanical-hydraulical behaviour – LASA
  • This report presents the work performed by GRS as part of the European project DOPAS (Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals) under WP 3 task 2 and WP 5 task 1 on “Design and technical construction feasibility of the plugs and seals” and “Performance assessment of plugs and seals systems”. In the German concept for the final disposal of radioactive and hazardous wastes in salt formations, cements and cement-based systems are proposed as technical barriers (shaft and drift seals). Due to the specific boundary conditions in salt host rock formations these materials (salt and sorel concretes) contain crushed salt instead of sand or gravel. The programme aims at providing experimental data needed for the theoretical analysis of the long-term sealing capacity of these sealing materials.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 6 MB  
DOPAS 2016 D3.32 Final report on the sealing behaviour of fractured claystone and seal materials (THM-Ton)
  • This report presents the work performed by GRS as part of the European project DOPAS (Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals) under WP 3 task 2 and WP 5 task 1 on “Design and technical construction feasibility of the plugs and seals” and “Performance assessment of plugs and seals systems”. This subproject performed more comprehensive experiments on the claystone-bentonite mixture in comparison with pure bentonite and bentonite-sand mixture. The seal materials were characterized in terms of key geotechnical properties. The sealing behaviour of the excavation damaged claystone (EDZ) that will play an important role in the long-term seal performance of the plug/seal systems was also studied.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 5 MB  
DOPAS 2016 D3.7 Test report on FSS metric clayish material emplacement tests with clayish material definition and laboratory work on its performance
  • This report DOPAS WP3 Deliverable D3.7 first gives an overview of the laboratory work, carried out in order to define the most suited clayish (bentonitic) material for the needs of Andra’s FSS experiment, i.e. building a swelling clay core inside a test box (drift model), with the relevant “emplaced dry density” value and the adequate permeability performance and the most suited swelling pressure. The material used is a mix of WH2 (a bentonite brand equivalent to MX80) based pellets and powder (made of crushed pellets). It is also tested in the REM Experiment (a 10-30 year long hydration test in a metric test cell), coming as a complement to FSS, in order to assess the material performance at a scale which is ten times that of the tests carried out in lab (at a decimetric scale, over a few months) and provide data to further modelling.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2016 D4.1 FSS Experiment – Report on Qualification of Commissioning Methods
  • This present report “FSS Experiment Report on Qualification of Commissioning Methods” is Deliverable D4.1 of the DOPAS Project, and is part of WP4. This Deliverable addresses the issues of commissioning and investigations methods as they have been implemented in the full-scale experiment FSS (during its construction and later during its dismantling) within the course of the DOPAS Project.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2016 D4.4 WP4 Integrated Report: Summary of Progress on, and Performance Evaluation of, Design, Construction and Monitoring of Plugs and Seals
  • This report is Deliverable D4.4 of the DOPAS Project, and is part of WP4. This work package addresses the performance evaluation of the full-scale experiments in the DOPAS Project. Deliverable D4.4 is the integrated report of WP4. The objectives are to provide an integrated state-of-the-art summary of the outcomes of WP4 of the DOPAS Project, including the main findings of WP2 and WP3, to evaluate the performance of the plugs and seals with respect to their ability to meet the safety functions specified in disposal concepts, and to present the technical and operational issues that have been resolved in the project. This report provides an integrated summary of the progress in design, site selection and characterisation, construction, monitoring and performance, in relation to plugs and seals considered in waste management programmes. The report describes the progress at the time of writing.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2016 D4.5 POPLU Experimental Summary Report
  • This report gives an overview on all aspects of the POPLU construction, with attention to requirements, design, modelling, materials, instrumentation, construction and performance assessment based on pressurization to 4.1 MPa. The report provides insight about lessons learned and comparison to SKB’s DOMPLU plug, representing Posiva’s reference design. The report builds upon earlier deliverables of DOPAS WP2 and WP3, noting any deviations during construction of the full-scale plug at ONKALO.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 30 MB  
DOPAS 2016 D4.6 Monitoring data from the EPSP plug test summary report
  • The aim of the DOPAS project is to address the design basis of, and reference designs and strategies for, plugs and seals to be used in geological disposal facilities. The Czech experiment “Experimental Pressure and Sealing Plug” (EPSP) is aimed at the study of developments concerning the design basis, reference designs and strategies including compliance issues. The EPSP plug has been designed as a prototype plug for a future Czech deep geological repository. It is expected, therefore, that similar plugs will be required to function throughout the whole of the operational phase of the repository, i.e. 150 years with an expected over-pressure of up to 7MPa. The D4.6 “Monitoring data from the EPSP plug test summary report” provides information on the monitoring data gathered during the erection and subsequent conducting of the experiment.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 9 MB  
DOPAS 2016 D4.7 EPSP summary report
  • The aim of the DOPAS project was to address the design basis of, and reference designs and strategies for, plugs and seals to be used in geological disposal facilities. The Czech experiment “Experimental Pressure and Sealing Plug” (EPSP) was aimed at the study of developments concerning the design basis, reference designs and strategies including compliance issues. The EPSP plug was designed as a prototype plug for a future Czech deep geological repository. It is expected, therefore, that similar plugs will be required to function throughout the whole of the operational phase of the repository, i.e. 150 years with an expected over-pressure of up to 7MPa. The D4.7 “EPSP summary report” provides a summary of the erection of the EPSP experiment, the subsequent conducting of the experiment and associated work.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 7 MB  
DOPAS 2016 D4.8 FSS experiment summary report
  • This present report is Deliverable D4.8 of the DOPAS Project, and is part of WP4. This work package addresses the performance evaluation of the full-scale experiment FSS in the DOPAS Project. Deliverable D4.8 is the “FSS Experiment Summary Report”. The objectives are to provide an integrated “state-of-the-art” summary of the outcomes of FSS at the end of the DOPAS Project with respect to its ability to meet the safety functions specified in Andra’s disposal concepts (in Cigéo), and to present the technical and operational issues that have been resolved or evidenced in this experiment and those still outstanding.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2016 D4.9 Lessons Learnt for Other Programmes, from the DOPAS Project
  • At the request of the EC, Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) and Galson Sciences Limited (GSL), who are both partners in the DOPAS Project, have worked collaboratively to identify the lessons that can be learnt from the DOPAS Project by WMOs that are less close to licensing. The report identifies a series of topics addressed in the DOPAS Project that are potentially of interest to WMOs that are not close to licensing.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2016 D5.10 WP5 final integrated report
  • This report is the final report of workpackage 5 on “Performance assessment of the plugs and seals systems” of the DOPAS project. The aims of WP5 were to support the experimental work and the construction of the large-scale sealings by predictive process modelling and to understand the implications of the plugs and seal performance on the overall safety for the whole reference period of a final waste repository of one million years. An important element of this work was to develop justification of model simplifications for long-term safety assessment simulations. This includes the objective to improve the state-of-the-art in process modelling and its abstraction in integrated performance assessment. The report summarises the work performed in WP5 and where applicable, links to other reports were the results are given in higher detail.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2016 D5.12 Assessment of watertightness and mechanical integrity of POPLU plug
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DOPAS 2016 D5.7 Models and modelling summary report for EPSP
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DOPAS 2016 D5.8 Final report on conceptual and integrated modelling activities
  • The safety assessment code LOPOS which is used by GRS for the integrated long-term safety assessments of repositories in salt has been further developed by the work presented in this report to account for the excavation disturbed zone around sealings and for the corrosion of the concrete sealing material. The models used for abstraction of these two processes were developed to well describe findings from experimental work and process level modelling. The new model was successfully tested on a simplified test case with deterministic and probabilistic simulations and applied to the ELSA shaft sealing concept.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2016 D5.9 Integration of demonstrator activities in performance assessment: analysis of processes and indicators
  • This report summarizes the work performed by NRG as part of the 4-years European FP7-project DOPAS (Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals), with the objective to investigate how demonstrator monitoring activities can be coupled more closely to PA calculations, and to develop and test approaches that allow the integration of technical demonstrator’s results into a safety case. NRG aimed to investigate a strategy for integration of monitoring results by identifying indicators that are directly or indirectly measurable in demonstrators, and allows assessing the complete system behaviour.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2016 D6.1 Plan for Integrating Analysis by experts and selection of experts (Expert Elicitation)
  • This memorandum describes the planning for the integrating quality assurance process using the Expert elicitation process for the DOPAS Project. The revision of the DOPAS EE process is described and the feedback of the experts to the process. The process worked in providing improvement inputs to the DOPAS Project Work package final summary deliverables. The memorandum produced does not represent the views of the DOPAS consortium or those of the individual consortium organisations.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2016 D6.2.2 POPLU Staff Exchange Visit
  • As part of WP6, staff exchange visits have been proposed with the intention of sharing the practical experiences from the DOPAS tests within the consortium and between the consortium organisations. This report is a Deliverable within WP6, and describes the objectives and outcomes of a staff exchange visit to the POPLU test at the ONKALO underground rock characterisation facility in Olkiluoto (Finland) on 30 June-2 July 2015.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 3 MB  
DOPAS 2016 D6.3.1 Consensus memorandum for D3.30 Expert Elicitation
  • This memorandum summarises the quality assurance outcomes of the expert elicitation that was carried out for the DOPAS Work package 3 final report draft D3.30 dated 29 February 2016. The elicitation was carried out during 5 April 2016 to 15 July 2016. The final deliverable was produced in August 2016.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2016 D6.3.2 Consensus memorandum for D4.4 Expert Elicitation
  • This memorandum summarises the quality assurance outcomes of the expert elicitation that was carried out for the DOPAS Work package 4 final report draft D4.4 dated 5 May 2016. This memorandum is based in addition to the discussion in the consensus meeting on 22 June 2016 on the written input by the experts including Dr. Stéphane Buschaert who was detained from participating the consensus meeting. The expert elicitation was carried out during 20 May 2016 to 10 August 2016.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
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DOPAS 2016 D6.3.3 Consensus memorandum for D5.10 Expert Elicitation
  • This memorandum summarises the quality assurance outcomes of the expert elicitation that was carried out for the DOPAS Work package 5 final report draft D5.10 dated 18 April 2016. The elicitation was carried out during 20 May 2016 to 30 July 2016.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 3 MB  
DOPAS 2016 D6.4 DOPAS Project Final Summary Report
  • This document is the DOPAS Project summary report and describes the overall learning from the Project. The report has been compiled by four editors, Slimane Doudou, Johanna Hansen, Marjatta Palmu and Matt White. Editing of the report has built on contributions from Project partners, including Work Package Leaders and Experiment Leaders.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 3 MB  
DOPAS 2016 D7.2 DOPAS Training Workshop 2015
  • A training workshop was planned and implemented as a part of the knowledge transfer from DOPAS Project results and from the process. A five-day training workshop was carried out in September 2015 in the Czech Republic. The training plan was based on four major learning units and related learning outcomes including the provision of a full learning cycle with both theoretical and hands-on application of the tasks needed to plan, to construct, and to monitor a full-scale in-situ experiment. The trainers were mainly the experiment and work package leaders of the project from eight partner organisations. The curriculum followed the content of the DOPAS Project plan starting from requirements and finishing with the technical feasibility considerations related to plugs and seals. This gave the participants an opportunity to construct and reflect on their own country's approach in contrast to the DOPAS approaches. The training workshop was run with great success and very favourable views were received to the extensive feedback that was collected from the participants and the tutors. This report describes the different stages of the workshop delivery (in Part I) and gives more detailed guidance for a potential user of the training plan and of the training materials developed (in Part II). Also the conditions of use are stated in the report and the training materials are available for download at the DOPAS Project website.
  • Related activities: DOPAS: Full scale Demonstration of Plugs and Seals
23/04/2018 10 MB  
DOPAS 2016 D7.3 DOPAS 2016 Proceedings
23/04/2018 20 MB  
DOPAS 2016 D7.4.5 Newsletter 5
23/04/2018 2 MB  
DOPAS 2016 Newsletter 6
23/04/2018 4 MB  
EF – WG1-3 JA15 Knowledge Management
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EF1_Daniel A Galson, Galson Sciences Ltd
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EF1_Fco Javier Elorza, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
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EF1_Gunnar Buckau, JRC/ITU
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EF1_Information on the IGD-TP Exchange Forum meeting (no 1)
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EF1_Jan Haverkamp, Greenpeace
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EF1_Jordi Bruno, Amphos 21
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EF1_Key topics and cross-cutting activities of the SRA
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EF1_Klaus-Jürgen Röhlig, TU Clausthal
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EF1_Prioritisation of RD&D topics: the SRA approach
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EF1_Rosa Lo Frano, CIRTEN
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EF1_Short presentations
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EF1_Support for regulatory functions in the area of geological disposal
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EF1_Tillmann Rothfuchs, GRS
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EF1_Webster_An EU view of IGDTP activities
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EF2_EC news and expectations
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EF2_Eng_Secretariat beyond 2011; Use of website and intranet
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EF2_Huttunen_Ensuring Future Nuclear Competence in Finland
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EF2_Landais_Opening: IGD-TP’s progress
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EF2_Ouzounian_Recap of the IGD-TP’s SRA and the Process of Deployment
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EF2_Palmu_Education and Training – CMET
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EF2_Palmu_Instructions for the afternoon Work groups
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EF2_Plans for other EG Working groups: Interfaces Working Group – IWG
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EF2_Smart_Improved data and understanding of the release of C-14 from various long-lived ILW
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EF2_WG1_Vira_Safety case peer reviews
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EF2_WG2_Landais_Monitoring the environmental reference state
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EF2_WG4_Lalieux_Interfaces WG (IWG)
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EF2_WG5_Setting-up Information Exchange Platform(s)
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EF2_WG6_Brewitz_Safety Case Benchmarking
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EF3 – OP1 – Welcome presentation
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EF3 – OP2 – Opening and Objectives
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EF3 – OP3 EC FP7 programme status – Horizon 2020
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EF3 – OP4 – Sitex presentation
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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
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EF3 – PL1-4 BELBar preparation
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EF3 – PL1-5 SecIGD2 project
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EF3 – PL1-6 JA and MDP
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EF3 – PL2-1 Working Group 1 summary
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EF3 – PL2-2 Working Group 2 summary
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EF3 – WG1-1 Presentation WG environnement
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EF3 – WG1-2 DGR optimization
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EF3 – WG1-4 JA15 CMET
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EF3 – WG1-5 TSWG on cement
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EF3 – WG2-1 Stakeholders involvement
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EF3 – WG2-2 INSOTEC analysis
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EF3 Agenda
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EF3 invitation
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EF3 Joint activities leaders
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EF3 Participants list
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EF3 Registration Form
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EF3 Registration Form_Societal Aspects WS
31/10/2012 142 KB  
EF4 – list of participants
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EF4 Announcement
1/07/2013 185 KB  
EF4 Book of Abstracts
22/10/2013 264 KB  
EF4 P1 – EF4 Objectives, P. Lalieux
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EF4 P1 – InSOTEC, M. Martell
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EF4 P1 – NEWLANCER, D. Diaconu
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EF4 P1 – R&D CzR, J. Slovak
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EF4 P1 – SNETP-Nugenia, F. Pazdera
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EF4 P2 – How to improve EF? J. Delay
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EF4 P2 – IGD-TP Knowledge Management portal, J. Palmu
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EF4 P2 – SecIGD2 WG on RD Dissemination R. Kowe
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EF4 P2 PLATENSO Anderson
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EF4 P2 SAFEROCK G. Buckau
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EF4 P3 – Report on WG1
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EF4 P3 – Report on WG2
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EF4 P3 – Report on WG3
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EF4 P3 – Report on WG4
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EF4 P3 – Report on WG5
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EF4 P3- Conclusion of EF4
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EF4 PL1 – European Commission news & expectations in disposal RD&D programmes
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EF4 Proceedings – presentations and outcomes
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EF4 WG1 – Cementitious materials/components for HLW/ILW repository, French context, X. Bourbon
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EF4 WG1 – How do we treat cement in performance assessment? F. Neall
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EF4 WG1 – Immobilisation of Radionuclides by a Cementitious Backfill, D. Read
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EF4 WG1 – Introduction, L. Johnson
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EF4 WG1 – Modelling systems driven by the presence of cement, L. Duro
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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
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EF4 WG1 – Status of the proposed CEBAMA project, B. Kienzler
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EF4 WG2 – Aitemin presentation, Garcia-Sineriz
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EF4 WG2 – Belgian R&D monitoring programme, J. Verstricht
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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
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EF4 WG2 – Results of the “call for ideas” on repository monitoring, JL. Fuentes-Cantillana
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EF4 WG2 – The role of social science in further research on monitoring for GD, A. Bergmans
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EF4 WG2 – wireless transmission system / estimation and judgment for the triggered value in EBS against the reference design value, K. Suzuki
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EF4 WG3 – CARBOSOLUTIONS, G. Laurent
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EF4 WG3 – Implementing Irradiated-Graphite Waste Management, G. von Lensa
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EF4 WG3 – Importance of the waste form from a safety assessment perspective: The SR-Site experience, L Z Evins
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EF4 WG3 – Introduction, D. Warin
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EF4 WG3 – Long-term Behavior of Waste Forms from Gen IV Reactors, G. de Angelis
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EF4 WG3 – Materials for Innovative Disposition by Advanced Separation: MIDAS, N Hyatt
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EF4 WG3 – RED-IMPACT, W. von Lensa
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EF4 WG3 – Results of R&D on future fuel cycle and associated HL waste disposal: the French case, D. Warin
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EF4 WG4 – Andra input for WG4, P. Lebon
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