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Radionuclide sorption from the safety evaluation perspective
by Nuclear Energy Agency, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, OECD Publications and Information Centre, distributor] in Paris, [Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Other titles||Sorption des radionucléides du point de vue de l"évaluation de la sûreté.|
|Statement||organised by the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency in co-operation with the National Cooperative for the Storage of Radioactive Waste, NAGRA, Switzerland = La Sorption des radionucléides du point de vue de l"évaluation de la sûreté : compte rendu d"une réunion de travail de l"AEN, Interlaken, Suisse, 16-18 Octobre 1991 / organisée par L"Agence de l"OCDE pour l"energie nucléaire en coopération avec la Société coopérative nationale pour l"entreposage de déchets radioactifs, CEDRA, Suisse.|
|Series||Disposal of radioactive waste =, Evacuation des déchets radioactifs, Disposal of radioactive waste.|
|Contributions||OECD Nuclear Energy Agency., Nationale Genossenschaft für die Lagerung Radioaktiver Abfälle (Switzerland)|
|LC Classifications||TD898.14.S34 R34 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||292 p. :|
|Number of Pages||292|
|LC Control Number||93131733|
In targeted radionuclide therapy, the biological effect is obtained by energy absorbed from the radiation emitted by the radionuclide. Whereas the radionuclides used for nuclear medicine imaging emit gamma rays, which can penetrate deeply into the body, the radionuclides used for targeted radionuclide therapy must emit radiation with a relatively short path length. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
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Occupational safety and health (OSH) is generally defined as the science of the anticipation, recognition, evaluation and control of hazards arising in or from the workplace that could impair the health and well-being of workers, of occupational safety and health. This book therefore focuses on the keyFile Size: 1MB. This book presents some advanced applications in radiation effects, thermal hydraulics, and radionuclide migration in the environment. These scientific contributions from esteemed experts introduce some nuclear safety principals, current knowledge about radiation types, sources and applications, thermal properties of heat transfer media, and the role of sorption in retarding Cited by: 1.
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Radionuclide Sorption from the Safety Evaluation Perspective: Proceedings of an Nea Workshop Interlaken Switzerland/Suisse October /LA Sor (Evacuation des déchets radioactifs) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Radionuclide sorption from the safety evaluation perspective: proceedings of an NEA Workshop, Interlaken, Switzerland, October Author: OECD Nuclear Energy Agency.
This book presents a state of the art review and critical evaluation of the type and magnitude of the various sorption and incorporation processes in hydrated cement systems for twenty-five elements relevant for a broad range of radioactive and industrial wastes.
Radionuclide And Metal Sorption On Cement And Concrete (topics In Safety, Risk, Reliability And Quality) The approach to estimate sorption values and associated uncertainties comprised expert evaluation if there were directly relevant data, and expert estimation on the basis of analogue information where there are no directly literature.
I. McKinley, A. Scholtis, A comparison of radionuclide sorption databases used in recent performance assessments, in Radionuclide Sorption from the Safety Evaluation Perspective, Proceedings of an NEA Workshop, 16–18 Author: Michael Ochs, Dirk Mallants, Lian Wang.
This book presents a state of the art review and critical evaluation of the type and magnitude of the various sorption and incorporation processes in hydrated cement systems for twenty-five.
Compilation and comparison of radionuclide sorption databases used in recent performance assessments, Proc. Workshop on "Radionuclide sorption from the safety evaluation perspective", OECD/NEA, Paris, pp. McKinley I.G., Smith P.A. and Curti E. Can the Kristallin-1 near-field model be considered robust?, Proc.
3rd Int. Conf. High. Standards for radioisotope laboratories Standards for radioisotope laboratories 4 5 3. Designation of radiation work areas There are three main area designations for work with radioisotopes: controlled,supervised and registered.
Controlled areas Controlled areas are designated as such because people entering the area must follow. Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards Radiation Protection Division Chilton, Didcot, Oxfordshire OX11 0RQ Approval: October Publication: November £ ISBN This report from HPA Radiation Protection Division reflects understanding and evaluation of the current scientificFile Size: 2MB.
Radiation protection and safety objectives and considerations are presented in Section 2, while Section 3 describes typical organizational responsibilities for radiation protection and safety in industrial radiography. Sections 4, 5 and 6 deal with types of exposure devices, design and use of shielded enclosures and site radiography, respectively.
Radionuclide sorbs onto the solid (immobile) phase at equilibrium with a sorption coefficient K d [L 3 /M]. The sorption coefficient is fixed at a representative value of K d = m 3 kg −1 [Contardi et al., ; Turner et al., ], which yields a dimensionless sorption coefficient of ρ b × /n ≈  by: This paper reviews radionuclide sorption databases created for nuclear waste repository performance assessment and examines their consistency.
Despite the wide range of repository concepts and sorbing materials considered, some clear trends in the data can be observed. A major problem identified was the generally poor quality (or absence) Cited by: In this study, sorption experiments using nonsynthetic barrier soils were conducted to provide a more realistic evaluation of sorption processes involving radioactive compounds.
Four liner soils of varying properties were used for experimentation, while uranium acetate dihydrate (UO 2 (C 2 H 3 O 2) 2 2 ≤ 2 H 2 O) served as the representative.
Introduction. The equilibrium partition constant, usually called the distribution coefficient (K d), has been used to quantify sorption that is kinetically fast and reversible.K d is the ratio of the quantity of sorbed radionuclides per unit weight of solid to aqueous quantity of radionuclide per unit volume of solution.
However, application of the K d in the performance assessment of Cited by: 7. Radionuclide transport and dose calculations for the safety assessment SR-PSU Svensk Kärnbränslehantering AB October ISSN SKB TR ID Revised edition A pdf version of this document can be downloaded from Radionuclide sorption from the safety evaluation perspective: Responsibility: organised by the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency in co-operation with the National Cooperative for the Storage of Radioactive Waste, NAGRA, Switzerland.
of Andhra Pradesh in India for retardation of radionuclide migration in groundwater was conducted. The studies included the measurement of sorption coefﬁcients for six radionuclides, uranium, thorium, lead, bismuth, radium and polonium, between two groundwater simulants and two site-speciﬁc samples of geological media.
Initial paramet. This book presents a state of the art review and critical evaluation of the type and magnitude of the various sorption and incorporation processes in hydrated cement systems for twenty-five elements relevant for a broad range of radioactive and industrial : Springer International Publishing.
safety of radioactive waste disposal, but also addressed some related operational issues, The working group addressed these questions from the perspective of cementitious materials alone and did not consider phenomena associated with interactions between • Radionuclide sorption and diffusion at high Size: 5MB.
Radium, Cesium, and Strontium are examples of radionuclides. slope factors in risk assessments risk assessment An evaluation of the risk to human health or the environment from a hazard.
Risk assessments may look at either existing hazards or potential hazards. to calculate potential risks to the general public.
OECD/NEA, Radionuclide Sorption from the Safety Evaluation Perspective, Proceedings of an NEA Workshop, Interlaken, Switzerland, 3. K. F. HAYES, J. O. LECKIE, J. Colloid Interf. Sci. () Cited by: 3 FOREWORD GEOTRAP, the OECD/NEA Project on Radionuclide Migration in Geologic, Heterogeneous Media, is devoted to the exchange of information and .Sorption kinetics of radium on hydroxyapatite and titanium dioxide nanomaterials were studied.
The main aim of the current study was to determine the rate-controlling process and the corresponding kinetic model, due to the application of studied nanomaterials as α-emitters’ carriers, and to assess the sorption properties of both materials from the radiopharmaceutical .