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Modelling near- and far-field processes in nuclear waste management

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J. Bruno
J. Bruno
Enviros. Passeig de Rubí, Valldoreix, Spain jbruno@enviros.biz
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D. Arcos
D. Arcos
Enviros. Passeig de Rubí, Valldoreix, Spain jbruno@enviros.biz
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E. Cera
E. Cera
Enviros. Passeig de Rubí, Valldoreix, Spain jbruno@enviros.biz
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L. Duro
L. Duro
Enviros. Passeig de Rubí, Valldoreix, Spain jbruno@enviros.biz
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M. Grivé
M. Grivé
Enviros. Passeig de Rubí, Valldoreix, Spain jbruno@enviros.biz
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Published:
January 01, 2004

Abstract

In this chapter we present some of the recent advances concerning process understanding and modelling of radionuclide migration in nuclear waste disposal systems. The present geochemical modelling approaches used to quantify the processes concerning spent fuel dissolution, radionuclide interactions with the canister materials and the bentonite buffer are thoroughly discussed. Finally, some applications to natural analogue studies of spent nuclear fuel disposal, as testing ground for concepts and models developed for waste management systems, are presented.

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Geological Society, London, Special Publications

Energy, Waste and the Environment: a Geochemical Perspective

R. Gieré
R. Gieré
Universität Freiburg, Germany
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P. Stille
P. Stille
ULP-École et Observatoire des Sciences de la Terre-CNRS, Strasbourg, France
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Geological Society of London
Volume
236
ISBN electronic:
9781862394841
Publication date:
January 01, 2004

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