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Liquid Radioactive Waste Treatment: Ukrainian Context LWRT 2022

Title
Liquid Radioactive Waste Treatment: Ukrainian Context [electronic resource] : LWRT 2022 / edited by Yuriy Zabulonov, Igor Peer, Mark Zheleznyak.
ISBN
9783031550683
Edition
1st ed. 2024.
Publication
Cham : Springer Nature Switzerland : Imprint: Springer, 2024.
Physical Description
1 online resource (VIII, 158 p.) 78 illus., 42 illus. in color.
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Summary
This book presents the latest scientific advancements and innovative R&D solutions for the treatment of liquid radioactive waste in the context of practical threats in Ukraine. It includes research and engineering insights from the International Conference "Liquid Radioactive Waste Treatment: Ukrainian Context" (LWRT 2022), which was held in Kyiv, Ukraine on June 30, 2022. This publication covers a wide range of topics related to the treatment and management of radioactive waste, with a particular emphasis on safety considerations. The included articles also explore various aspects of environmental engineering and innovative R&D solutions, as well as the sustainability challenges associated with radioactive waste in the context of postwar reconstruction efforts. The contributions featured in this publication were selected through a rigorous international peer-review process. The carefully curated collection of articles showcases a diverse range of exciting ideas, poised to inspire novel research directions and stimulate interdisciplinary collaborations.
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Language
English
Added to Catalog
April 10, 2024
Series
Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 469
Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 469
Contents
Comparative Legal Analysis of Safe Handling of Liquid Radioactive Waste in Ukraine and Most EU Countries
Liquid Radionuclide Waste Treatment at Fukushima Daiichi NPP Site: A Brief Review of Environmental Impacts
Geopolymer-Based Mineral Mixtures for Fire and Heating Protection of Concrete and Steel Products of Nuclear Power Plants
Calculation of Enclosures of Defence Structures Based on the Quasi-static Method
Research of Processes Sedimentation Sludge Radioactive Waters and the Improvement of Treatment Technology
Management of Radioactively Contaminated Water at the Shelter Object of Chernobyl NPP
Restoration of Roofing and Slabs of Buildings Damaged as a Result of Military Operations in Ukraine
Study of Mechanical Properties of Shipbuilding Pipe Steels for Cooling Systems of Long-term Operation in a Wide Range of Sub-zero Temperatures
The Research of the Nature of Surface Compaction of Polymer Concrete by a Vibration Working Body with Electric Drive
The Scheme for Optimizing the Liquid Radioactive Waste Management of Ukrainian NPPs
Trends of Development of Combined Steel Trusses of the New Generation
Reconstruction of Reinforced Concrete Pylons and Reinforcement with Metal Cages after Damage Caused by Military Operations
A complex Method for Purification of Radioactively Contaminated Waters the Object «Ukryttya» of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant
New Sorbents and Their Application for Deactivation of Liquid Radioactive Waste
Application of the Latest Design of Combined Adsorber-Settler Structure in the Purification (Deactivation) of Liquid Radioactive Wastes (LRW)
On the Creation of a Modern System for Handling Liquid Radioactive Waste at Nuclear Power Plants in Ukraine. Conditioning of Liquid Radioactive Waste
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