Separations for the nuclear fuel cycle in the 21st century

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American Chemical Society , Washington, DC
Nuclear fuels -- Congresses., Reactor fuel reprocessing -- Congresses., Separation (Technology) -- Congre
StatementGregg J. Lumetta, editor ... [et al.] ; sponsored by the ACS Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Inc and Nuclear Chemistry and Technology.
GenreCongresses.
SeriesACS symposium series ;, 933
ContributionsLumetta, Gregg J., 1960-, American Chemical Society. Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Inc and Nuclear Chemistry and Technology., American Chemical Society. Meeting
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTK9360 .S435 2006
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3431566M
ISBN 139780841239319
LC Control Number2005057229

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Alternative Fuel Cycle Strategies For Nuclear Power Generation In The 21st Century The total cost of electricity production is expected to be 3 mills/kWhe, or about 10%, larger than the Once-Through cycle case, if the spent fuel separation is paid off by the electricity sales from the resulting fuel.

The timing of collection of fuel cycle. Nuclear power is used in many countries as part of a multi-pronged solution to the ever-increasing and voracious appetite for energy.

Like many countries, the UK has traditionally relied primarily on burning fossil fuel to generate electricity, but with increasingly stringent carbon-emission reduction targets, their use simply must be reduced, even when carbon-capture technologies are factored in. Separations for the Nuclear Fuel Cycle in the 21st Century, ACS Symposium Series (American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, ).

See chapter 7 in (3). separations Raw fuel Burn up in a nuclear reactor Near surface disposal To geologic repository Store for. Ian Hore-Lacy, in Nuclear Energy in the 21st Century, FAST NEUTRON REACTORS.

Fast neutron reactors are a different technology from those considered so far. They generate power from plutonium by much more fully utilizing the uranium in the reactor fuel assembly, instead of needing just the fissile U isotope used in most reactors (see also section ).

Ian Hore-Lacy, in Nuclear Energy in the 21st Century, THE NUCLEAR FUEL CYCLE. Fuel cycles describe the way in which fuel gets to where it is used to provide energy and what happens to it afterwards.

The “front end” of the nuclear fuel cycle covers all the stages from uranium mining to burning of the fuel in the reactor. The establishment of new nuclear units and the associated nuclear technology developments offer new perspectives, which may need reconsideration of fuel cycle policies and more active regional and global co-operation.

Open and closed fuel cycle. In the frame of the open fuel cycle, the spent fuel will be taken to final disposal without recycling.

Alternative Fuel Cycle Strategies For Nuclear Power Generation In The 21st Century. The total cost of electricity production is expected to be 3 mills/kWhe, or about 10%, larger than the Once-Through cycle case, if the spent fuel separation is paid off by the electricity sales from the resulting fuel.

The timing of collection of fuel cycle. Eds., Separations for the Nuclear Fuel Cycle in the 21st Century, ACS Symposium Series (American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, ). ↵ See chapter 7 in (3). K.-W. Kim. Back End of the Fuel Cycle. On the back end of the fuel cycle, spent fuel contains plutonium—approximately 1% by weight—that can be separated through reprocessing.

Because fissile material production is the biggest hurdle in a nuclear weapons program, the separation and stockpiling of plutonium poses real security and proliferation risks.

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The European Academies Science Advisory Board recently released the report on “Management of spent nuclear fuel and its waste” (EASAC ). The report discusses the challenges associated with different strategies to manage spent nuclear fuel, in respect of both open cycles and steps towards closing the nuclear fuel cycle.

processing irradiated nuclear fuel. The first separation techniques were developed in the s and were applied to the separation of plutonium for military purposes. Later, reprocessing of civilian irradiated nuclear fuel was introduced as a means of extending uranium resources, considered to be.

Robin Taylor is a recognized R&D leader in the field of actinide separations and storage chemistry. He is the editor of the book Reprocessing and Recycling of Spent Nuclear Fuel and co-author of over 80 journal publications.

He holds honorary professorships at Lancaster University and the University of Manchester and has collaborated widely with academia and national laboratories in the. most of the countries will continue to use thermal reactors in a once-through nuclear fuel cycle throughout the 21st century.

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Biochemistry. Recognition Properties of a Sequence-Specific DNA Binding Antibody. Analytical Chemistry. Combined X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion MS Surface Quantitative Analysis of Polymer Blends with Varying Mixing Thermodynamics.The full nuclear fuel cycle shows that nuclear is a renewable energy source, because the spent fuel can be reprocessed to recover unburned uranium and plutonium that can be fabricated into new reactor fuel.

At present, the U.S. nuclear is “once through,” going from spent fuel to interim storage and then longer-term storage.