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Environmental Issues and Waste Management Technologies in the Materials and Nuclear Industries XII: Ceramic Transactions, Volume 207

Alex Cozzi (Editor), Tatsuki Ohji (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-470-40848-3
320 pages
August 2009
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This book documents a special collection of articles from a select group of invited prominent scientists from academia, national laboratories and industry who presented their work at the symposia on Environmental and Energy Issues at the 2008 Materials Science and Technology (MS&T’08) conference held in Pittsburgh, PA. These articles represent a summary of the presentations focusing on topics in nuclear, environmental, and green engineering were held, including a discussion of Waste Glass Leach Testing and Modeling.
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Preface ix

CERAMICS AND GLASS FOR WASTE MINIMIZATION, STABILIZATION AND DISPOSITION

Glasses for Immobilizing Lanthanide, Alkali, and Alkali-Earth Fission Products 3
J. V. Crum and J. D. Vienna

Full-Scale Cold Crucible Test on Vitrification of Savannah River Site SB4 HLW Surrogate 9
A.P. Kobelev, S.V. Stefanovsky, V.V. Lebedev, M.A. Polkanov, V.V. Gorbunov, A.G. Ptashkin, O.A. Knyazev, J.C. Marra, and K.D. Gerdes

Processing Fly Ash from Coal Burning Power Station in a Variable Radiofrequency Field 21
L. Barbieri, I. Lancellotti, F. Andreola, A. Corradi, C. Leonelli, and M. La Robina

NETEC Cold Crucible Induction Melter Demonstration for SRNL with Simulated Sludge Batch 4 DWPF Waste 29
Michael E. Smith, Allan B. Barnes, Alex S. Choi, and James C. Marra

Adsorption and Separation of Uranium Using Tungsten Oxides 39
Hamed Albusaidi and Allen W. Apblett

Accelerated Processing of SB4 and Preparation for SB5 Processing at DWPF 47
C.C. Herman

Effect of Compositional Changes on the Structure and Crystallization Tendency of a Borosilicate Glass Containing MoOż, 59
M. Magnin, S. Schuller, D. Caurant, 0. MajBrus, D. de Ligny, and C. Mercier

The lmmobilisation of a Chloride Containing Actinide Waste Surrogate 69 in Calcium Aluminosilicate Glasses 69
J. M. Schofield, P. A. Bingham, R. J. Hand

International Studies of Enhanced Waste Loading and Improved Melt Rate For High Alumina Concentration Nuclear Waste Glasses 81
Kevin M. Fox, David K. Peeler, James C. Marra, Albert Aloy, Roman Soshnikov, Alexander V. Trofimenko, John D. Vienna, Brian J. Riley, Dong-Sang Kim and Jarrod V. Crum

Leach Testing Applied to the Investigation of Long-Term Behavior of High-Level Waste Glass: French Experience 93
S. Gin and P. Frugier

SCKCEN R&D on the Interaction between Nuclear Waste Glass and Clay Near- and Far-Field Materials 103
Pierre Van Iseghem, Karel Lemmens, Elie Valcke and Marc Aertsens

GLAMOR-Or How We Achieved a Common Understanding on the Decrease of Glass Dissolution Kinetics 115
P. Van Iseghem, M. Aertsens, S. Gin, D. Deneele, B. Grambow, D. Strachan, P. McGrail, and G. Wicks

Characterization of Vitrified Savannah River Site SB4 Waste Surrogate Produced in Cold Crucible Induction Melter 127
S.V. Stefanovsky, J.C. Marra, and A.A. Akatov

Accelerated Weathering of Waste Glass at 90°C with the Pressurized Unsaturated Flow (PUF) Apparatus: Implications for Predicting Glass Corrosion with a Reactive Transport Model 141
E. M. Pierce and D. H. Bacon

The Product Consistency Test (PCT): How and Why it Was Developed 155
Carol M. Jantzen and Ned E. Bibler

GREEN TECHNOLOGIES FOR MATERIALS MANUFACTURING AND PROCESSING

Green Process for Recovery of Copper 171
Kevin N. Barber and Allen W. Apblett

Exploiting Hall-Petch Strengthening for Sustainability 177
R. Heard, U. Erb, and G. Palumbo

Novel Process Development with Continuous Casting and Precise Forging for AI-Si Alloys to Produce an Engine Piston 189
0. Umezawa, H. Takagi, T. Sekiguchi, T. Yamashita, and N. Miyamoto

Pilot Testing of a Green, No-Waste Process to Maximize Value from Hot Aluminum Dross 201
0. R. Singleton

Effect of Bismuth on the Tensile Properties and Dry Machining Performance of At-1 2.7 wt% Si Alloy 215
P. Chen, H. Hu, and A. T. Alpas

Engineering Decisions to Green the Automobile Supply Chain 225
J. A. Isaacs, B. Dolinsky, D. M. Qualters, and J. T. Laird

Novel Ceramic Forming Methods with a Reactive Organic Binder 235
Kimiyasu Sato, Yuji Hotta, Takaaki Nagaoka, Koji Watari, and Cihangir Duran

Environmental Assessment of Manufacturing with Carbon Nanotubes 243
L. J. Dahlben and J.A. lsaacs

Nitrate Fining and Emissions During Glass Manufacturing 255
Linda E. Jones and Shengchun Luo

Low-Cost Solid Geopolymeric Material for Water Purification 265
M. Alshaaer, B. El-Eswed, R. I. Yousef, F. Khalili, and H. Khoury

Exergy Analysis on Life Cycle of Ceramic Parts 273
Hideki Kita, Hideki Hyuga, Naoki Kondo, and Tatsuki Ohji

Anion Exchange Property of As(lll), AsW, Se(lv), CrR(V1) and B(111) with Hydrotalcite-Like Compounds 283
Junji Shibata, Norihiro Murayama and Shigeno Matsumoto

Preparation of Metal Oxide Photocatalyst by Soft Solution Process with Anion Exchange Resin 291
Yoshiyuki Kamo, Masayoshi Uno, and Shinsuke Yamanaka

Photocatalytically Efficient Zinc Oxide Microstructural Assembly 299
I.H.J. Arellano and L.M. Payawan, Jr.

Author Index 309

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