This paper concerns the management of activated material from operation and decommissioning of three SEAFP99 Fusion Plant Models with in-vessel structures made with SiC/SiC composites. The management strategy aiming at reducing the amount of permanent radioactive waste is based on: (a) Recycling within the nuclear industry of in-vessel materials other than SiC/SiC. (b) Clearance (declassification to non-radioactive status). (c) SiC/SiC reprocessing for extraction of noxious radionuclides, and achieving clearance conditions for the bulk of the waste. Without reprocessing, SiC/SiC becomes a Permanent Disposal Waste (PDW). In the light of this result, two methods of reprocessing activated SiC/SiC are described

Advanced Waste Management Techniques for Fusion Reactors with SiC/SiC Structures / Zucchetti, Massimo; P., Rocco; R. A. H., Edwards. - In: FUSION ENGINEERING AND DESIGN. - ISSN 0920-3796. - STAMPA. - 58-59:(2001), pp. 997-1000. [10.1016/S0920-3796(01)00529-4]

Advanced Waste Management Techniques for Fusion Reactors with SiC/SiC Structures

ZUCCHETTI, MASSIMO;
2001

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This paper concerns the management of activated material from operation and decommissioning of three SEAFP99 Fusion Plant Models with in-vessel structures made with SiC/SiC composites. The management strategy aiming at reducing the amount of permanent radioactive waste is based on: (a) Recycling within the nuclear industry of in-vessel materials other than SiC/SiC. (b) Clearance (declassification to non-radioactive status). (c) SiC/SiC reprocessing for extraction of noxious radionuclides, and achieving clearance conditions for the bulk of the waste. Without reprocessing, SiC/SiC becomes a Permanent Disposal Waste (PDW). In the light of this result, two methods of reprocessing activated SiC/SiC are described
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