High-Level Waste Vitrification Product Characterization
Part of the Advances in Nuclear Science & Technology book series (ANST)
The Nuclear Waste Vitritication Project (NWVP) was conducted to provide a demonstration of the vitrification of high-level liquid waste (HLLW) from spent fuel discharged from an operating LWR.
KeywordsWaste Form Heat Generation Rate Waste Glass Glass Density Gamma Measurement
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