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COVRA R&D Programme Launch – Webinar Agenda 20/10/2020 77 KB  
IGD-TP Vision 2040 and Strategic Research Agenda
7/10/2020 1 MB  
IGD-TP Newsletter 10
7/10/2020 3 MB  
Grimsel Test Site Newsletter 3 (June 2020) 3/08/2020 3 MB  
PLATENSO Newsletter #4 17/07/2020 2 MB  
PLATENSO Newsletter #1
  • 1st newsletter of the PLATENSO project.
17/07/2020 2 MB  
NEA Policy Brief: Final Disposal of Radioactive Waste 13/07/2020 147 KB  
NEA DGR Report: Management and Disposal of High-Level Radioactive Waste: Global Progress and Solutions
13/07/2020 7 MB  
NEA RWMC Workshop on Developing Safety Cases for Various Radioactive Waste Disposal Facilities – Draft Agenda
29/06/2020 724 KB  
NEA RWMC Workshop on Developing Safety Cases for Various Radioactive Waste Disposal Facilities – Draft Concept Paper
29/06/2020 517 KB  
Introductory Course on EURAD and Radioactive Waste Management – Preliminary Agenda
24/06/2020 450 KB  
EURAD Newsletter #1 – June 2020
24/06/2020 760 KB  
Training Materials of the 1st GAS/HITEC Joint Training Course (EURAD D6.3) 17/06/2020 41 MB  
EURAD Roadmap User Guide 17/06/2020 2 MB  
EURAD Deployment Plan 17/06/2020 1 MB  
EURAD Roadmap
14/06/2020 3 MB  
EURAD Strategic Research Agenda (SRA)
  • The Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) of the European Joint Programme on Radioactive Waste Management (EURAD) describes the scientific and technical domains and sub-domains and knowledge management needs of common interest between EURAD participant organisations.
  • Related activities: EURAD: European Joint Programme on Radioactive Waste Managment
14/06/2020 2 MB  
EURAD Vision
14/06/2020 936 KB  
IGD-TP Position Paper 2020-01: Feedback on EURAD so far
6/03/2020 242 KB  
Grimsel Training Centre Announcement: EBS / Bentonite Course 2020 14/02/2020 675 KB  
JRC Training Course on SNF Experiments – Event Flyer 10/02/2020 309 KB  
3rd Annual Meeting of the Disco Project – Event Flyer 10/02/2020 499 KB  
SKB RD&D Programme 2019
28/01/2020 23 MB  
DISCO Deliverable D1.16 – 3rd “Mobility grant” announcement 15/01/2020 307 KB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D6.4 – Report on the Modern2020 Training School 15/01/2020 3 MB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D2.2 – Monitoring Parameter Screening: Test Cases 15/01/2020 8 MB  
Grimsel Test Site Newsletter 2 (December 2019) 2/01/2020 5 MB  
THERAMIN Project Conference – Student Funding Application Form
12/12/2019 280 KB  
THERAMIN Project Conference Agenda
12/12/2019 93 KB  
CATCLAY D1.6 – Processes of cation migration in clayrocks
5/12/2019 8 MB  
THERAMIN Newsletter 3 (Nov 2019)
5/12/2019 2 MB  
BEACON Project: Third Annual Meeting and General Assembly 2020 – Travel Information
29/11/2019 463 KB  
The Nuclear Materials Conference (NuMat2020) – Sponshorship and Exhibition Opportunities Flyer
26/11/2019 279 KB  
IGD-TP Terms of Reference June 2019
20/11/2019 96 KB  
IGD-TP Newsletter 9 – 10 year Anniversary Special Edition
19/11/2019 5 MB  
Safe and sustainable back-end of the fuel cycle (SSFC 2020) conference flyer
11/11/2019 287 KB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D6.5 – Modern2020 Project Synthesis – Repository Monitoring: Strategies, Technologies and Implementation 31/10/2019 4 MB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D4.5 – Synthesis on Monitoring Demonstrators and Additional Cases 31/10/2019 3 MB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D6.3 – Modern2020 Final Conference Proceedings 25/10/2019 9 MB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D6.2 – Modern2020 public website 25/10/2019 246 KB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D6.1 – Plan for the dissemination and exploitation of the project’s results 25/10/2019 576 KB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D5.3 – Repository Monitoring in the Context of Repository Governance 25/10/2019 850 KB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D4.4 – FE and TEM results 25/10/2019 6 MB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D4.3 – Long Term Rock Buffer Monitoring (As-built ) 25/10/2019 10 MB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D4.2 – Development of HA monitoring plan 25/10/2019 7 MB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D3.6 – Reliability and qualification of components 25/10/2019 9 MB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D3.5 – Geophysical Methods for Repository Monitoring 25/10/2019 6 MB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D3.4 – New sensors for repository monitoring 25/10/2019 7 MB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D3.1 – Synthesis report on relevant monitoring technologies for repository 25/10/2019 6 MB  
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  
BIOCLIM / BIOMOSA Joint Final Seminar – General Discussion 16/10/2019 123 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 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 D8b – Development of the physical/statistical downscaling methodology and application to climate model CLIMBER for BIOCLIM Workpackage 3 16/10/2019 1 MB  
BIOCLIM Deliverable D8a – Development of the rule-based downscaling methodology for BIOCLIM Workpackage 3 16/10/2019 2 MB  
BIOCLIM Deliverable D7 – Continuous climate evolution scenarios over western Europe (1000km scale) 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 D6a – Regional climatic characteristics for the European sites at specific times: the dynamical downscaling 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 D2 – Consolidation of Needs of the European Waste Management Agencies and the Regulator of the Consortium 16/10/2019 2 MB  
BIOCLIM Deliverable D1 – Environmental Change Analysis 16/10/2019 496 KB  
PLATENSO Deliverable D4.2 – Scenario 2: “Phasing out nuclear power” 16/10/2019 1 MB  
IGD-TP Position Paper 2019-02: Position on Knowledge Management in EURAD
14/10/2019 60 KB  
IGD-TP Position Paper 2019-01: Position for the First EURAD General Assembly
14/10/2019 184 KB  
CARBOWASTE WP6 Deliverables
11/10/2019 42 MB  
CARBOWASTE WP5 Deliverables
11/10/2019 31 MB  
CARBOWASTE WP4 Deliverables
11/10/2019 57 MB  
CARBOWASTE WP3 Deliverables
11/10/2019 105 MB  
CARBOWASTE WP2 Deliverables
11/10/2019 109 MB  
CARBOWASTE WP1 Deliverables
11/10/2019 35 MB  
BIOMOSA Project – Final Report 11/10/2019 672 KB  
PAMINA Project Milestones
11/10/2019 57 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D5.1 – Project Summary Report 11/10/2019 2 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D3.4.2 – Safety Indicators and Performance Indicators 11/10/2019 1 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D3.4.1 – General Concepts of Supporting the Safety Case by Means of Safety and Performance Indicators 11/10/2019 286 KB  
PAMINA Deliverable D3.3.1 – Performance Assessment Approach in a Radionuclide Source Term Modelling 11/10/2019 552 KB  
PAMINA WP4 Deliverables
11/10/2019 31 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D3.2.1 – PA Approach to Gas Migration 11/10/2019 5 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D3.1.1 – Report on Scenario Development 11/10/2019 2 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D2.3.1 – The Treatment of Uncertainty in Performance Assessment and Safety Case Development: Synthesis of PAMINA RTDC-2 11/10/2019 2 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D2.2.E.1 – Fully Probabalistic Safety Assessment 11/10/2019 3 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D2.2.D.1 – Evaluation and Testing of Approaches to Treat Spatial Variability in PA 11/10/2019 12 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D2.2.C.1 – Scenario Uncertainty 11/10/2019 565 KB  
PAMINA Deliverable D2.2.B.4 – Treatment of Model Uncertainty 11/10/2019 628 KB  
PAMINA Deliverable D2.2.B.3 – A Hydrogeochemical Change in an Engineered Barrier System – Two Model Responses to Uranium Transport 11/10/2019 959 KB  
PAMINA Deliverable D2.2.B.2 – Uncertainties Associated with Modelling the Consequences of Gas 11/10/2019 5 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D2.2.B.1 – Studies to Investigate the Relative Significance of Parameter and Model Uncertainty in Calculating the Radiological Risks via Groundwater from a Geological Disposal Facility 8/10/2019 923 KB  
PAMINA Deliverable D2.2.A.1 – Treatment of Parameter Uncertainty in PA 8/10/2019 1 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D2.1.D.1 – Evaluation of Approaches to Sensitivity Analysis 8/10/2019 13 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D2.1.C.1 – The Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Approaches to the Quantification of Uncertainty in System Performance Assessment Calculations 8/10/2019 562 KB  
PAMINA Deliverable D2.1.B.3 – The Development and Use of Brochures to Communicate Safety Issues for a Geological Disposal Facility for Radioactive Waste 8/10/2019 726 KB  
PAMINA Deliverable D2.1.B.2 – Development and Testing of a Template to Present PA Results 8/10/2019 1 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D2.1.B.1 – Report on the PAMINA Stakeholder Workshop: Communicating Safety Issues for a Geological Repository 8/10/2019 8 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D2.1.A.1 – Report on the PAMINA Workshop on the Regulatory Role in Managing Uncertainties in the Safety Case for Geological Disposal of Radioactive Wastes 8/10/2019 355 KB  
PAMINA Deliverable D1.1.4 – European Handbook of the state-of-the-art of safety assessments of geological repositories – Part 1 8/10/2019 3 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D1.1.3 – Task reports for the third group of topics 8/10/2019 9 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D1.1.2 – Task reports for the second group of topics 8/10/2019 20 MB  
PAMINA Deliverable D1.1.1 – Task reports for the first group of topics 8/10/2019 9 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 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 D4.1 – Model materials experiments: First dissolution results 4/10/2019 2 MB  
DISCO Deliverable D3.1 – Spent fuel experiments: First dissolution results 4/10/2019 2 MB  
DISCO Deliverable D2.2 – Failed fuel report: Characterisation and secondary alteration products 4/10/2019 2 MB  
DISCO Deliverable D2.1 – Initial state report: sample characterisation and experimental set-up 4/10/2019 1 MB  
DISCO Deliverable D1.15 – Proceedings from the 2nd Annual Meeting
4/10/2019 6 MB  
DISCO Deliverable D1.14 – 2019 Newsletter #3 4/10/2019 471 KB  
DISCO Deliverable D1.13 – Minutes from the 2nd General Assembly
4/10/2019 284 KB  
DISCO Deliverable D1.12 – Webinar 2 4/10/2019 108 KB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D3.3 – Long-term power supply sources for repository monitoring 4/10/2019 4 MB  
THERAMMIN Deliverable D4.2 – Thermal treatment for radioactive waste minimisation and hazard reduction 3/10/2019 13 MB  
SITEX-II Newsletter #3 – November 2017 29/09/2019 939 KB  
SITEX-II Newsletter #2- June 2017 29/09/2019 883 KB  
SITEX-II Newsletter #1 – December 2016 29/09/2019 910 KB  
SITEX-II Milestone M5.2 – Minutes from workshop with Civil Society, Budapest, June 2016
29/09/2019 2 MB  
SITEX-II Milestone M5.3 – Minutes from workshop with Civil Society, Brussels, November 2016
29/09/2019 2 MB  
SITEX-II Deliverable D6.1 – Presentation of the project 29/09/2019 565 KB  
SITEX-II Deliverable D5.5 – Action plan for establishing SITEX network 29/09/2019 1 MB  
SITEX-II Deliverable D5.4 – Final Project Report 29/09/2019 2 MB  
SITEX-II Deliverable D4.1 – Conditions and means for developing interactions with Civil Society 29/09/2019 2 MB  
SITEX-II Deliverable D3.4 – Lessons learnt from the pilot training session 29/09/2019 6 MB  
SITEX-II Deliverable D3.2 – Development of a training module for generalist experts in geological disposal 29/09/2019 3 MB  
SITEX-II Deliverable D2.2 – Technical guide on the review of a safety case 29/09/2019 1 MB  
SITEX-II Deliverable D2.1 – Developing a common understanding on the interpretation of safety requirements 29/09/2019 776 KB  
SITEX-II Deliverable D1.2 – Setting the Terms of References for the SRA Implemenation 26/09/2019 320 KB  
SITEX-II Deliverable D3.1 – Synthesis of existing practices for training and tutoring of experts in geological disposal safety 26/09/2019 3 MB  
SITEX-II Deliverable D1.1 – Strategic Research Agenda of the Expertise Function in the Field of Geological Disposal of Radioactive Waste 26/09/2019 3 MB  
JOPRAD Deliverable D5.2 – Governance and implementation mechanisms of the EJP 11/09/2019 1,013 KB  
JOPRAD Deliverable D5.1 – Roadmap for a Joint Programme on Radioactive Waste Management and Disposal 11/09/2019 422 KB  
JOPRAD Deliverable D4.3 – JOPRAD Programme Document Workshop report
11/09/2019 312 KB  
JOPRAD Deliverable D4.1 – Terms of Reference for Programme document 11/09/2019 82 KB  
JOPRAD Deliverable D1.4 – Mid-Term Workshop report 11/09/2019 275 KB  
CAST Deliverable D4.9 – Final Synthesis Report of Spent Ion-Exchange Resins C14 Source Term and Leaching
23/08/2019 714 KB  
CAST Deliverable D4.8 – Compilation and comparison of data on C14 from spent ion-exchange resins
23/08/2019 953 KB  
CAST Deliverable D4.7 – Final Report on gaseous release of C-14 from BWR and CANDU Spent Ion Exchange Resins
23/08/2019 661 KB  
CAST Deliverable D4.6 – Final report on leaching and desorption experiments of C14 from spent ion exchange resins
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 D4.4 – 3rd Annual progress report on WP4 – 2016
23/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D4.3 – 2nd Annual progress report on WP4 – 2015
23/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D4.2 – Annual progress report on WP4 – 2014
23/08/2019 2 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 D3.20 – Final report on C-14 behaviour in Zr fuel clad wastes under disposal conditions
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 D3.18 – 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 D3.17 – Final report on 14C release from zirconium alloy in highly alkaline conditions
23/08/2019 3 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 D3.15 – Final report on C14 release and speciation from Zircaloy
23/08/2019 1 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 D3.13 – 3rd 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 D3.11 – 2nd Annual WP3 progress report
23/08/2019 3 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.10 – Annual progress report on corrosion test
23/08/2019 890 KB  
CAST Deliverable D3.9 – Quantification of C-14 in liquid and gas phases
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 D3.7 – Definition of the analytical strategy for C-14 measurements
23/08/2019 1 MB  
CAST Deliverable D3.6 – Intermediate report on the analysis of Zircaloy samples C-14 content
23/08/2019 870 KB  
CAST Deliverable D3.5 – 1st Annual WP3 Progress Report
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 D3.3 – Description of the analytical procedure for gaseous and dissolved C-14 species quantification
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 D3.1 – State of the art of 14C in Zircaloy and Zr alloys – C14 release from zirconium alloy hulls
23/08/2019 4 MB  
CAST Deliverable D2.19 – Corrosion of irradiated steel in alkaline conditions: First measurements of the carbon-14 speciation
22/08/2019 7 MB  
CAST Deliverable D2.18 – Final synthesis report on results from WP2
22/08/2019 512 KB  
CAST Deliverable D2.17 – Final Report on Carbon-14 release from steels under aerobic and anaerobic conditions
22/08/2019 587 KB  
CAST Deliverable D2.16 – Final report on C-14 release from steels under low pH and acidic conditions
22/08/2019 1 MB  
CAST Deliverable D2.15 – Influence of material choice on the release and speciation of C14
22/08/2019 644 KB  
CAST Deliverable D2.14 – WP2 ENRESA Final Report on C14 release from steels under aerobic conditions
22/08/2019 668 KB  
CAST Deliverable D2.13 – WP2 CIEMAT Final Report on C14 release from steels under aerobic conditions
22/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D2.10 – Determination of 14C Content and Release from Steel
22/08/2019 2 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 D2.6 – WP2 Annual Progress Report – Year 3, October 2015 – September 2016
22/08/2019 4 MB  
CAST Deliverable D2.5 – WP2 Annual Progress Report – Year 2
22/08/2019 5 MB  
CAST Deliverable D2.4 – Selected analytical procedures at Armines/Subatech
22/08/2019 214 KB  
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 D2.2 – Annual Progress Report on WP2 – Year 1
22/08/2019 4 MB  
CAST Deliverable D1.17 – Advisory Group Review of WP7 CAST Final Overview Report
22/08/2019 168 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.16 – Advisory Group Review of 2018 GAM and Final Symposium
22/08/2019 157 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.15 – General Assembly meeting and minutes
22/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D1.14 – Advisory Group Review of WP6 Final Synthesis Report
22/08/2019 198 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.13 – Advisory Group Review of WP 5 Final Synthesis Report
22/08/2019 290 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.12 – Advisory Group Review of WP 4 Final Synthesis Report
22/08/2019 469 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.11 – Advisory Group Review of WP 3 Final Synthesis Report
22/08/2019 297 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.10 – Advisory Group Review of WP 2 Final Synthesis Report
22/08/2019 424 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 D1.8 – General Assembly Meeting 4 Minutes
22/08/2019 783 KB  
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 D1.4 – General Assembly Meeting 2 Minutes
22/08/2019 2 MB  
CAST Deliverable D1.3 – Advisory Group Review of CAST Objectives and 1st CAST General Assembly Meeting Minutes
22/08/2019 268 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.7 – Advisory Group Review of Year 2 WP Annual Reports and Minutes of Third CAST GAM
22/08/2019 405 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.6 – Third General Assembly Meeting Minutes
22/08/2019 925 KB  
CAST Deliverable D1.1 – General Assembly Meeting 1 Minutes
22/08/2019 1 MB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D4.1 – EBS monitoring plan – Spent fuel disposal concept at crystalline host rock
  • This deliverable D4.1 EBS monitoring plan will be used as a background for Posivas full scale tests and demonstrations planned to be performed by Posiva in its underground rock characterisation facility ONKALO™ or in future disposal facility. This Deliverable D4.1 describe a plan, which role is to show the needs how the monitoring could look like in a full scale test. The plan is based on a Posiva, VTT and SKB work and does represent the ideas for implementation. Since this plan is not executed within Modern 2020 project, its feasibility is not verified and therefore it cannot be used as such for the final monitoring programme of EBS components.
  • Related activities: Modern2020: Development and demonstration of monitoring strategies and technologies for geological disposal
19/08/2019 5 MB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D3.3 – Long-term power supply sources for repository monitoring
19/08/2019 4 MB  
Modern2020 Deliverable D3.2 – Wireless data transmission systems for repository monitoring
19/08/2019 6 MB  
Modern2020 Deliverable 2.3 – Responding to Monitoring Results
19/08/2019 1 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
5/08/2019 690 KB  
DISCO Deliverable D2.1 – Initial state report: sample characterisation and experimental set-up
5/08/2019 1 MB  
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
5/08/2019 418 KB  
DISCO Deliverable D1.11 – 2nd “Mobility grant” announcement
5/08/2019 817 KB  
DISCO Deliverable D1.10 – Proceedings from the 1st General Assembly
5/08/2019 4 MB  
DISCO Deliverable D1.8 – Minutes from the 1st General Assembly
5/08/2019 92 KB  
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
5/08/2019 293 KB  
DISCO Deliverable D1.6 – Plan for Webinars
5/08/2019 1 MB  
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
5/08/2019 320 KB  
DISCO Deliverable D1.4 – Plan for Webinars
5/08/2019 65 KB  
DISCO Deliverable D1.2 – Kick-off minutes
5/08/2019 665 KB  
DISCO Deliverable D1.1 – Website open
5/08/2019 341 KB  
ANNETTE Monthly Bulletin – Issue 15, August 2019
5/08/2019 1 MB  
Radiation Leakage and the Precision of Characterizing Nuclear Material Using Calorimetric Assay
2/08/2019 460 KB  
Calorimetric Non-Destructive Assay of Large Volume and Heterogeneous Radioactive Waste Drums (May 2019)
2/08/2019 427 KB  
CHANCE Project Poster: Characterization of conditioned nuclear waste for its safe disposal in Europe
2/08/2019 1 MB  
CHANCE Deliverable D6.4 – Topical day on waste characterisation
2/08/2019 13 MB  
CHANCE Deliverable D6.1 – CHANCE public website
2/08/2019 152 KB  
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
1/08/2019 7 MB  
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
1/08/2019 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
1/08/2019 271 KB  
Cebama 2019 Newsletter #4
1/08/2019 6 MB  
Cebama Deliverable D5.02 – Periodic Management and Activity Report (PM18)
1/08/2019 56 KB  
Cebama Deliverable D5.01 – Report/Documentation of exchange of data between experimental and modelling WPs (with updating)
1/08/2019 73 KB  
Cebama Deliverable D4.11 – Draft of the 2nd Annual Project Workshop Proceeding
1/08/2019 29 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
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Cebama Deliverable D4.06 – Planned dissemination of final results
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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 D4.04 – Planning on interaction with socio-political stakeholders
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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 D4.01 – Generic Poster presenting the Project
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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 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 D3.03 – 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 D3.02 – 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 3.01 – Detailed WP3 description of scientific work: compilation of partner descriptions with update of Appendix B
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Cebama Deliverable D2.03 – WP2: State of the Art Report
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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 D2.01 – Detailed WP2 description of scientific work: Compilation of partner descriptions
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Cebama Deliverable D1.05 – Report on WP1 selected experimental materials to be used, including both new laboratory and aged in-situ samples
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Cebama Deliverable D1.04 – Report on WP1 established experimental boundary conditions, experimental methods
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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
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Cebama Deliverable 1.01 – Detailed WP1 description of scientific work: compilation of partner descriptions
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THERAMIN Milestone MS12 – Definition and adaptation of characterisation tests
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THERAMIN Deliverable D4.1 – Waste Acceptance Criteria and requirements in terms of characterisation
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THERAMIN Deliverable D3.1 – Matching of wastestreams to appropriate technology demonstrators
  • THERAMIN Deliverable D3.1, published 16 January 2018. The scope of this report is to record the decisions taken in matching generic waste streams selected from WP2 to demonstrations to be carried out on the facilities made available by participating organisations. The report identifies the technology demonstrators, references the waste stream types for demonstration as agreed in WP2 and notes the decisions taken at the WP3 kick off meeting allocating waste streams to demonstrators.
  • Related activities: THERAMIN: Thermal treatment for radioactive waste minimisation and reduction
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THERAMIN Deliverable D3.7 – VICHR technology
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THERAMIN Deliverable D3.6 – Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) demonstration NNL/USFD
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THERAMIN Deliverable D3.5 – Test Report on Demonstration of Geomelt Technology for THERAMIN Project
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THERAMIN Deliverable D3.4 – Gasification based waste treatment
  • THERAMIN Deliverable D3.4, published 31 January 2019. VTT has developed, constructed and tested a thermal gasification based treatment method, especially for organic ion exchange resins (IXR). Technically the method can also be used for reduction of volume of low level operational waste containing organic matter but the waste has to be crushed before treatment. The technology has been designed for compact process, which can be operated at NPP site. The process has been designed primarily for reduction of volume of high organic matter containing radioactive waste.
  • Related activities: THERAMIN: Thermal treatment for radioactive waste minimisation and reduction
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THERAMIN Deliverable D3.3 – SHIVA and In-Can Melting technologies and demonstration test trials
  • THERAMIN Deliverable D3.3, published 14 June 2019. This report describes two trials - first, the SHIVA incineration-vitrification process, combining heating by transferred arc plasma and direct induction, and second, the In-Can Melter trial, which was designed to vitrify inactive ash coming from the incineration of technological waste.
  • Related activities: THERAMIN: Thermal treatment for radioactive waste minimisation and reduction
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MIND Project Annual Meeting 4 (May 2019) – Short Abstracts
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MIND Deliverable D4.1 – Project homepage
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MIND Deliverable D4.2 – Project Presentation (PP) Compilation
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MIND Deliverable D4.3 – Dissemination and Exploitation Plan (DEP)
  • MIND Deliverable D4.3, published 1 December 2015. In this report the plan for dissemination and exploitation are described in more detail, including a detailed delineation of timing that will be updated over time. The dissemination and exploitation activities of the MIND consortium are coordinated by the SKB. It will allow the project outcome to be returned to the society, who supported and funded the research, by providing information, promoting the consortium and its work, raising awareness and engaging the community in the project.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
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MIND Deliverable D4.4 – Data Management Plan (DMP)
  • MIND Deliverable D4.4, published 1 December 2015. Within the MIND-project we have decided to create a common Data Management plan which is this document. The document will be updated continuously by the project members on Syncplicity whenever new datasets are made available. An updated version will be published at the end of each reporting period.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
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MIND Deliverable D3.2-1
  • MIND Deliverable 3.2-1, published 19 April 2015. This deliverable presents the methodological plan for the development of guidelines for risk communication in the context of microbiology research for nuclear waste disposal. The outcome of this study will support the design of communication guidelines for the project objectives and results during and after its implementation.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
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MIND Deliverable D2.1 – Inventory of reducing gases
  • MIND Deliverable D2.1, published 22 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
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MIND Deliverable D2.2 – Design, set up and operation of experimental equipment
  • MIND Deliverable D2.2, published 17 November 2016. A laboratory scale experiment investigating the impacts of microbial activity on bentonite structure has been started at VTT. The experiment simulates a worst case scenario where bentonite is not compacted, water, gases, nutrients and microorganisms are able to move along easily at temperature hospitable for microbial welfare. The aim is to find out if microorganisms and the produced metabolites are able to change the bentonite structure in favourable conditions and if these changes are significant for the bentonite ability to function in long-term scale. The experiment will be monitored with microbial sampling as well as with atomic force microscopy (AFM) once a year.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
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MIND Deliverable D3.3 – Modular microbiology education and training
  • MIND Deliverable D3.3, published 10 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
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MIND Deliverable D2.3 – Interim report on deep gases and sulphur compounds.
  • MIND Deliverable 2.3, published 16 August 2017. Geochemical data on sulphur compounds and dissolved gases from deep drill holes and deep mines in Finland were compiled to a database. Data is used as a background of 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 summarizes 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
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MIND Deliverable D3.4 – Year two synthesis report
  • MIND Deliverable 3.4, published 14 July 2017. This report is a synthesis of the outcome of the experimental and modelling research activities in 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
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MIND Deliverable D4.5 – Publication Plan
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MIND Deliverable D1.5 – Microscopy and element mapping characterization studies of radionuclide
  • MIND Deliverable 1.5, published 15 June 2018. The main objectives of this study is to determine the role of Stenotorphomonas bentonitica, bacterial strain isolated from Spanish bentonites on the mobility and migration of radionuclides (Se(IV), Se(VI) and Eu(III)) under DGR relevant conditions using a multidisciplinary approach combining microscopy, spectroscopy, cell biology, radiochemistry, microbiology, etc.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
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MIND Deliverable D2.6 – Microbial diversity in bentonite buffer of aged bentonite buffer experiment
  • MIND Deliverable 2.6, published 20 June 2018. This report describes the results obtained from the long-term experiment with bentonite buffer. The MX-80 Na-bentonite was compacted inside a copper cylinder, which was set inside a plastic bottle containing non-saline groundwater simulant. The aim of this experiment was to evaluate changes of chemical, mineralogical and microstructural parameters of bentonite in both oxic and anoxic conditions. Microbiological analyses performed at the end of the experiment included evaluation of bacterial and fungal communities by sequencing and visual evaluation microscopically.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
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MIND Deliverable D2.7 – Microbial diversity in aged bentonites
  • MIND Deliverable 2.7, published 30 July 2018. In this work, we studied a diversity of the microbial communities present in the compacted bentonites originating from two independent long-term in situ experiments (“Mock-Up experiment” and “Bentonite95 experiment”) performed under near field conditions. The compacted bentonite buffer was exposed under conditions similar to a high-level radioactive waste repository in crystalline host rock. We employed 16S rDNA amplicon sequencing to determine the microbial profiles in different parts of bentonite samples.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
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MIND Deliverable D2.8 – Long-term stability of bentonite in the presence of microorganisms
  • MIND Deliverable 2.8, published 30 June 2018. This report address the question whether microbial activity could influence the beneficial properties of the bentonite by either changing the solubility or composition of minerals and/or important ions like ferric and ferrous iron.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
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MIND Deliverable D2.9 – Evolution of stress in biotic and abiotic clay flow cells
  • MIND Deliverable 2.9, published 13 July 2018. Microbial activity has been implicated in both the corrosion of steel material and alteration of bentonite clays used in geological disposal facilities for radioactive waste. To understand the limits on microbial growth and the potential for microbial activity in this environment to affect the swelling behaviour of the clay and metal corrosion, a series of laboratory experiments were performed. The experiments described here were designed to investigate multiple effects of microorganisms (on steel corrosion, changes to bentonite swelling capacity, permeability and fluid flow) in a single set of laboratory scale flow experiments using compacted bentonite samples.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
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MIND Deliverable D2.10 – Microbial mobility in saturated bentonites of different density
  • MIND Deliverable 2.10, published 30 June 2018. Our study fulfilled two most important goals. First, we developed a reliable method for direct detection of bacterial presence (both viable and dead cells) in the bentonite, which has been missing. Our method is based on the extraction of bacteria from bentonite using density gradient centrifugation and their subsequent Live/Dead fluorescence staining. Although our method needs further optimization and testing of its general functionality on different bentonite types, we believe it will be very useful for future research of bacterial presence in various clay materials.
  • Related news: MIND Project Annual Meeting 2019 Announcement
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MIND Deliverable D2.12 – Microbial activity in a concrete-bentonite clay inteface
  • MIND Deliverable 2.12, published 28 May 2018. The aim of this work was to analyse the effect of concrete on pH of the bentonite as well as microbial survival in the bentonite.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
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MIND Deliverable D2.16 – Microbial activity and the physical, chemical and transport properties of bentonite buffer
  • MIND Deliverable D2.16. This report describes the impact of microbe-clay-radionuclide interactions in laboratory experiments designed to investigate microbial survival and activity in compacted bentonites and how this affects the physical-, chemical- and transport-properties of the clay.
  • Related activities: MIND: Microbes In Nuclear waste Disposal
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IGD-TP Newsletter 8
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Modern2020 Deliverable D5.2 – Stakeholder Guide
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Modern2020 Deliverable D5.1 – Monitoring the Underground
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Clay Conference 2020 Flyer (Updated June 2020)
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SKB School of Geological Disposal – July 2019 information pack
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Grimsel Training Centre Workshop Announcement: In-situ Testing and Hydraulic Characterisation in URL
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Grimsel Training Centre Workshop Announcement: From geophysical field data to geological models – theory and hands-on workshop
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Grimsel Test Site Newsletter 1 (April 2019) 16/05/2019 2 MB  
EURADWASTE’19 Draft Programme 2/05/2019 1 MB  
MIND 2019 D2.4 Bacterial presence and activity in compacted bentonites
  • MIND Deliverable D2.4, Version 2, published April 2019. 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
  • Related news: Revised MIND project deliverable available
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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
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2019 Waste Management – IGD-TP Poster
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THERAMIN Conference 2020 Flyer
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THERAMIN Newsletter 2 (Feb 2019) 6/03/2019 6 MB  
THERAMIN Technical Training School Flyer
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SITEX 2014 D6.2 Terms of Reference (TOR) of the SITEX network
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SITEX 2014 D6.1 Conditions for establishing a sustainable expertise network
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SITEX 2014 D5.2 Interaction with stakeholders in the technical review in practice
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SITEX 2014 D4.2 A plan for competence development in expertise of radwaste disposal safety
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SITEX 2014 D4.1 Available technical review guidance and further needs
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SITEX 2014 D3.3 Strategy for implementing TSO`s R&D programmes
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SITEX 2014 D3.2 Availability and needs for technical and scientific tools for TSOs
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SITEX 2014 D3.1 R&D Orientations for Technical Safety Organizations
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SITEX 2014 D2.1 Overview of Existing Technical Guides and Further Development
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SITEX 2013 D5.1 Recent approaches for stakeholder involvement
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SITEX 2013 D2.2 Main key technical issues, expertise and support needed
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SITEX 2013 D1.2 Communication Plan
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SITEX 2013 D1.1 Project Presentation
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CARBOWASTE 2015 Thesis: Migration du deutérium dans le graphite nucléaire
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CARBOWASTE 2013 D6.0.0 Disposal Behaviour of Irradiated Graphite and Carbonaceous Wastes – WP6 Final Report
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CARBOWASTE 2011 On a Reliable Structural Characterization of Polished Carbons in Meteorites by Raman Spectroscopy
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CARBOWASTE 2010 Mass Spectrometric Determination of Impurities in Reactor Core Graphite for Radioactive Waste Composition Modelling
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CARBOWASTE 2010 Characterization of graphite implanted with chlorine ions using combined Raman microspectrometry and transmission electron microscopy
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CARBOWASTE 2009 Thermal Behaviour of Chlorine in Nuclear Graphite at a Microscopic Scale
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CARBOWASTE 2009 Analysis of Nitrogen Impurity Impact on 14C Generation in RBMK-1500 Reactor Graphite
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CARBOWASTE 2008 Treatment and Disposal of Irradiated Graphite and other Carbonaceous Waste
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CARBOWASTE 2008 An Integrated Approach to Irradiated Graphite
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CARBOWASTE 2013 D0.3.12 Final Report
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DISCO Deliverable D1.9 – 2018 Newsletter #2
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Modern2020 2nd International Conference on Monitoring in Geological Disposal of Radioactive Waste – Preliminary Programme 11/01/2019 190 KB  
Modern2020 Training School Flyer 11/01/2019 5 MB  
IGD-TP Exchange Forum 8 – Day 1 (EURAD) 0915 – Ursula Borak – Welcome Address 11/01/2019 16 KB  
ANNETTE Bulletin – December 2018 18/12/2018 1 MB  
FISA 2019 First Announcement 18/12/2018 540 KB  
EURADWASTE’19 First Announcement 18/12/2018 2 MB  
IGD-TP Exchange Forum 8 – Day 2 (IGD-TP) – Technical Session 3 – 1150 – Jacques Delay – Site characterisation in the French sedimentary/clay rock programme, close to construction licence submission 7/12/2018 2 MB  
IGD-TP Exchange Forum 8 – Day 2 (IGD-TP) – Technical Session 3 – 1130 – Peter Wikberg – Site characterisation in the Swedish crystalline rock before and after submitting the construction licence 7/12/2018 4 MB  
IGD-TP Exchange Forum 8 – Day 2 (IGD-TP) – Technical Session 3 – 1020 – Bernd Frieg – Site characterisation in the final stage of selecting the site in sedimentary clay rock in Switzerland 7/12/2018 8 MB  
IGD-TP Exchange Forum 8 – Day 2 (IGD-TP) – Technical Session 3 – 1000 – Rob McLaverty – Preparation for site characterisation in the UK: a needs-driven exercise 7/12/2018 1,018 KB  
IGD-TP Exchange Forum 8 – Day 2 (IGD-TP) – Technical Session 3 – 0940 – Peter Molnar – Site characterisation in the Hungarian early-stage programme 7/12/2018 3 MB  
IGD-TP Exchange Forum 8 – Day 2 (IGD-TP) – Technical Session 2 – 1155 – Séverine Levasseur – Belgian Supercontainer Concept 7/12/2018 922 KB  
IGD-TP Exchange Forum 8 – Day 2 (IGD-TP) – Technical Session 2 – 1050 – Nikitas Diomidis – Alternative coatings for disposal canisters 7/12/2018 1 MB  
IGD-TP Exchange Forum 8 – Day 2 (IGD-TP) – Technical Session 2 – 1000 – Nathalie Texier-Mandoki – Ceramics as possible FUTURE alternative materials for the HLW overpack (Cigeo project) 7/12/2018 1 MB  
IGD-TP Exchange Forum 8 – Day 2 (IGD-TP) – Technical Session 2 – 0930 – Michelle Cowley – Introduction 7/12/2018 203 KB  
IGD-TP Exchange Forum 8 – Day 2 (IGD-TP) – Technical Session 1 – 1000d – Anni Fritzell – Canister retrieval status at SKB 7/12/2018 1 MB  
IGD-TP Exchange Forum 8 – Day 2 (IGD-TP) – Technical Session 1 – 1000c – Jean-Michel Hoorelbecke – Demonstrator of HLW disposal canister retrieval 7/12/2018 2 MB  
IGD-TP Exchange Forum 8 – Day 2 (IGD-TP) – Technical Session 1 – 1000b – Neil Carr – UK’s approach to retrievability 7/12/2018 2 MB  
IGD-TP Exchange Forum 8 – Day 2 (IGD-TP) – Technical Session 1 – 0930 – Jean-Michel Hoorelbecke – Introduction 7/12/2018 354 KB