CRP on Behaviors of Cementitous Materials in Long Term Storage and Disposal

Member States' research topics and representative researchers contributing to IAEA CRP on Cementitious Materials.

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MS, Organisation Research Topics Researchers
Australia, ANSTO

Emerging and alternative cementitious systems based on geopolymers for low level and intermediate level radioactive waste immobilisation

D. Perera,
P.G. McGlinn,
K. Hart

Belgium, SCK/CEN

Behaviour of cementitious materials in long term storage and disposal of radioactive waste

P. Van Iseghem,
W. Bastiaens

Brazil,

IPEN

Assessment of the durability of cementitious materials in repository environment

R. Vicente

China,

NUDT

The immobilisation of radioactively contaminated soil in cementitious materials

S. Bai,
S. Yang

China,

INET

Long term behaviours study of radioactive waste resin cementitious matrix for calcium sulfoaluminate cement system

J. Li

Czech Republic,

NRI

Development of waste matrices for immobilization of problematic wastes from Czech nuclear power plants

A. Vokal

France,

CEA/Valrho

Behaviour of cementitious materials in long term storage and disposal

C. Cau Dit Coumes

India,

BARC

Characterization, improvement and long term evaluation of cementitious waste products

D.S. Deshingkar

Korea,

KHNP

Long term behaviour of cementitious materials in Korean repository environment

J.H. Yoon

Romania,

NIPNE

Long term behaviour evaluation of cement conditioning matrices used for management of radioactive wastes at IFIN-HH

F. Dragolici

Russia,

VNIINM
Methods and production of cementitious materials for immobilisation into waste form. Specific of cementation process of some kinds of liquid radioactive waste of radiochemical plants.

L.P. Soukhanov

Russia,

SIA RADON
Cementitious composite for immobilisation of radioactive waste into final waste form.

A.P. Varlakov

Serbia,

VINCA INS
Behaviours of cementitious materials in long term storage and disposal

I. Plecac,
D.M. Kievi

Slovakia,

AllDeco
Behaviour of aluminosilicate inorganic matrix SIALâ during and after solidification of radioactive sludge and radioactive spent resins and their mixtures M. Breza

Slovenia,

ARAO
Assessment and measurements of degradation processes in the engineered barriers of LILW repository

N. Zeleznik
A. Sajna

Spain,

ENRESA
Modelling water flow and transport in concrete vaults and containers due to thermal and capillary effects

M. Ordonez

Sweden,

SKB
Cement waste matrix evaluation and modelling of the long-term stability of cementitious waste matrices

B. Torstenfeld

Switzerland,

PSI
Long-term mechanical stability and leaching behaviour of a solidified radioactive sludge

A. Wallisch

UK,

University of Aberdeen

Long-term durability and performance of cementitious barriers

F. Glasser

UK,

ISL

Acoustic emission monitoring of cementitious wasteforms

M. Ojovan

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