Radioactive Wastewater Articles

  • Case study - Dansk Dekommisionering

    Cost effective and environmentally correct handling of radioactive wastewater Client: Dansk Dekommissionering, formerly known as Forskningscenter Risø. The Institution Dansk Dekommissionering was established in September 2003 with the purpose of taking over the responsibility for the nuclear facilities at the Risoe Research Centre. ...


    By Envotherm A/S

  • Adsorption isotherm of uranyl ions by scales of Corvina fish

    Fish scale is a by-product of fishery. The scales are mainly formed by hydroxyapatite and collagen, forming a kind of natural composite with a large specific surface area that intensifies the adsorption process. In this paper, the potential of adsorption of scales of Corvina fish for uranyl ions from nitric solutions was studied. Equilibrium and kinetic studies in adsorption of uranyl ions in ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Innovation in radioactive wastewater-stream management. Part II: theoretical model and experimental verification

    The present work is the second part of the authors' innovative method for radioactive wastewater-stream management, by volume reduction, by a mutual heating and humidification of a compressed dry air introduced through the wastewater. In this part, to determine the optimal operating conditions, a theoretical model describing volume reduction of the radioactive wastewater stream is achieved. A set ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Innovation in radioactive wastewater-stream management: Part one

    Treatment of radioactive wastewater streams is receiving considerable attention in most countries that have nuclear reactors. The first Egyptian research reactor ETRR-1 has been operating for 40 years, resulting in accumulation of large quantities of wastewater collected in special drainage tanks called SDTs. Previous attempts were aimed at the volumetric reduction of streams present in SDTs, by ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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