Advanced Nuclear Fuel Cycles And Radioactive Waste by Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development

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On Mathematics Methods and Supercomputing in Nuclear Applications, 19-23 April 1993, Karlsruhe, Germany. [18] Samson, M. et al. (1998), “Cesar: A Simplified Evolution Code for Reprocessing Applications”, Proc. 5th Int. Conf. on Recycling, Conditioning and Disposal (RECOD 98), 25-28 October 1998, Nice, France, p. 986. [19] Cometto, M. (2002), Standardisation des outils de calcul pour les ADS et leur application à différents scénarios de transmutation des déchets, PhD thesis No. 2714, EPFL, Lausanne.

The minimum required time of initial cooling in pools is mainly related to the burn-up and the irradiation history. Taking into consideration the 20 to 50 years or more required for storage, it is obvious that the naturally cooled dry storage facilities could be an attractive alternative to water pools. Several generic types of dry storage facilities are commercially available. ) and methods of fuel handling. Dry storage in casks is being particularly recognised as a flexible option with the advantages of transportability in case of future need, and the option of leasing of casks from vendors.

31, Number 1/2, 1997. [5] Mukaiyama, T. et al. (1999), “R&D Strategy for Partitioning and Transmutation under OMEGA Programme and Neutron Science Project of JAERI”, in NEA (1999), Actinide and Fission Product Partitioning and Transmutation, Proc. of the 5th Int. Information Exchange Meeting, 25-27 November 1998, Mol, Belgium, OECD, Paris, p. 65. [6] Sengler G. et al. (1999), “EPR core design”, Nuclear Engineering and Design, 187, 79-119. [7] Sztark, H. et al. (1991), “Core optimization of the European Fast Reactor EFR”, Int.

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