WMS Papers - 1985

 

 

PERSPECTIVES AND PROGRESS IN SITING HLW REPOSITORIES
Chair(s): W. Hewitt: Chairman, C. Heath: Co-Chairman

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3

Implementation of NWPA - A Status Report
  W. J. Purcell

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7

Review of Site Recommendation Process in Draft Environmental Assessments
  H. Joy

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15

State Perspectives on High Level Waste Siting
  H. Brown

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19

Repository Plans/Anticipated Progress and Problems With Siting
  J. W. Bennett

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25

Need For a Change - An AMFM Panel Perspective
  A. Wight

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STATE AND REGIONAL POLICIES AND PROGRAMS FOR LOW-LEVEL WASTE
Chair(s): M. Kelleher: Chairman; E. Davis: Co-Chairman

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3

A Penn State Continuing Education Program on Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal and Management: Lessons Learned
  J. R. Vincenti

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7

Local Government Participation in the Siting of a Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Facility: The Texas Experience
  T. w. Btackbunn III

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11

Texas Goes It Alone: Political and Legal Considerations
  L. H. Matthews

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19

California's Response to the Low-Level Radioactive Waste Policy Act of 1980: Policy and Progress
  A. D. Pasternak

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23

Through the Regulatory Hoop
  N. P. Kirner

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SPECIAL PRESENTATION
Chair(s): Roy G. Post: Chairman

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A REGULATOR'S PERSPECTIVE ON THE MORE SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF THE PAST YEAR IN THE REPOSITORY PROGRAM
  J. K. Asselstine

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INSTITUTIONAL INTERACTIONS: THE AGREEMENTS PROCESS
Chair(s): J. Gervers: Chairman; W. J. Purcell: Co-Chairman

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9

AGREEMENTS IN RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT: AN OVERVIEW
  A. H. Schilling

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13

INTERAGENCY AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION AND THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
  R. E . Browning

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15

INSTITUTIONAL AGREEMENTS UNDER THE NUCLEAR WASTE POLICY ACT OF 1982
  B. Gale

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17

INNOVATIONS IN COMMUNICATION BETWEEN STATE GOVERNMENT AND THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY -- IMPLEMENTING THE CONSULTATION AND COOPERATION PROCESS OF THE NUCLEAR WASTE POLICY ACT OF 1982
  D. W. Stevens

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21

DOE PROJECT OFFICE PERSPECTIVE OF THE CONSULTATION AND COOPERATION AGREEMENT PROCESS
  L. Olson

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25

IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE - FEDERAL AGREEMENTS: OBSERVATIONS AND SUGGESTIONS FROM NEW MEXICO
  J. F. Canepa

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29

A WASTE PROGRAM SHOW - STOPPER: LAWSUITS WHAT THEY CAN DO TO YOU AND HOW AGREEMENTS CAN HELP
  P. B. Seiffert

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35

REGULATORY PERSPECTIVES AND INTERACTION WITH THE OCRWM PROGRAM
  H. J. Miller

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TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS IN LLW DISPOSAL
Chair(s): R. Ghirardini: Chairman; M. Barainca: Co-Chairman

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27

New York State Interim Waste Management Cost Evaluation
  M. S. Ma

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35

The Transition From Storage to Permanent Disposal of Low- and Intermediate-Level Wastes at the Chalk River Nuclear Laboratories
  D. G. Hardy

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43

Geologic Considerations in UMTRA Project Alternate Site Selection Process
  J. E. Brinkman

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51

Extended Storage of Low-Level Radioactive Waste: Potential Problem Areas
  B. Siskind

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57

Subsidence and Settlement and Their Effect on Shallow Land Burial
  W. V. Abeele

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69

Development and Use of a Remote Waste Handling System for Disposal of Greater Confinement Wastes
  R. E. Williams

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STATUS REPORT ON FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HLW DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS
Chair(s): T. Clark: Chairman; J. Strahl: Co-Chairman

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31

IAEA Program For Handling, Processing and Storage of Wastes
  D. E. Sahte

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37

Recent Developments in the Field of Low and Intermediate Level Waste Disposal in France
  A. Barthoux

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41

The West Valley Demonstration Project Three Years of Progress
  J. L. Knabenschuh

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47

Performance Assessment for Nuclear Fuel Waste Disposal-The Canadian Approach
  E. L. J. Rosinger

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55

Demonstration of the Feasibility of Safe Disposal of Radioactive Wastes: The Swiss Approach
  H. Issler

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61

Underground Exploration of the Gorleben Salt Dome - A Status Report
  G. Grubler

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63

New Progress in Consulting and Sharing the Swedish Experience
  L. B. Nilsson

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WORKSHOP ON ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS AND EIS
Chair(s): L. J. Johnson: Chairman; W. R. Hansen: Co-Chairman

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CASE HISTORIES OF ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT DOCUMENTS FOR NUCLEAR WASTE
  R. W. Vocke

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45

CURRENT ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS
  M. K. Martz

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51

THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT PROCESS IN PROJECT PLANNING
  K. R. Baker

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55

STATE EXPECTATIONS
  R. H. Neill

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57

THE IMPACT OF CONSERVATISM ON THE EA PROCESS
  C. A. Pelletier

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59

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT PROCESS NEEDS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
  P. F. Gustafson

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS
Chair(s): L. Ulland: Chairman; R. P. DeVille: Co-Chairman

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THE CONFLICT BETWEEN PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS AND TECHNICAL PROCESSES IN SITE SELECTION
  R. V. Avant Jr.

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69

A SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE SITING OF HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITIES
  D. S. Mileti

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75

WASTE NOT: THE SPECIAL IMPACTS OF NUCLEAR WASTE FACILITIES
  w. R. Freudenburg

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81

THE EFFECTS ON RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY VALUES OF PROXIMITY TO A SITE CONTAMINATED WITH RADIOACTIVE WASTE
  B. A. Payne

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87

LIABILITY COVERAGE FOR HIGH-LEVEL NUCLEAR WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES
  O. F. Brown II

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WIPP STATUS AND TRANSURANIC WASTE MANAGEMENT
Chair(s): W. R. Cooper: Chairman; R. Karlsson: Co-Chairman

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71

WIPP: Construction and Progress on a Successful Nuclear Waste Repository
  W. R. Cooper

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75

WIPP Operations Planning - An Overview
  P. A. Miskimin

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81

Preoperational Environmental Programs For the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
  C. Reith

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89

Design Considerations For the Waste Hoist of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP)
  P. K. Frobenius

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99

In-Process Techniques for Reducing The Generation of Transuranic Waste
  R. T. Jensen

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105

System Models Used in Support of Defense Transuranic Waste Management
  J. A. Detamore

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TOXIC AND LOW-LEVEL MIXED WASTES: INSTITUTIONAL AND TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Chair(s): R. A. Deju: Chairman; H. Babad: Co-Chairman

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75

Regulatory Framework for Hazardous Mixed Wastes
  S. J. Bass

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81

Institutional and Technical Issues in the Management of Low-Level Mixed Wastes
  J. F. McBrayer

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85

The DOE Hazardous Waste Management Program
  L. D. Eyman

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89

Management of Active and Abandoned Hazardous Sites Under Federal Statutes
  A. Cywin

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95

DOE Approach to Threshold Quantities
  L. E. Wickham

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99

Strategy and Need-DOE's Hazardous Waste Program
  C. Matthews

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101

Options for Treatment Storage and/or Disposal of Radioactive Mixed Waste at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory
  D. D. Nishimoto

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107

Framework for Resolving Hazardous Waste Cleanup Liability
  M. J. Redding

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113

A Field Sampling Design and Method of Statistical Analysis to Define the Area Extent of PCB Contamination in Low-Level Waste Pond Sediments
  L. A. Prohammer

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SITING IMPACTS
Chair(s): L. Skoblar: Chairman; D. Krenz: Co-Chairman

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93

APPLYING SYSTEM ENGINEERING METHODS TO SITE CHARACTERIZATION RESEARCH FOR NUCLEAR WASTE REPOSITORIES
  T. W. Woods

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99

BASALT WASTE ISOLATION PROJECT INSTITUTIONAL INTERACTIONS
  D. J. Squires

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103

CONFLICT PUBLIC COMMUNICATION AND RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT
  B. A. Payne

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107

STEPPING BEYOND PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS
  R. B. Pojasek

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111

A SUPPLY-SIDE APPROACH TO NUCLEAR WASTE REPOSITORIES
  L. H. Harmon

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117

SYSTEM COSTING OF USED FUEL FACILITIES
  B. R. Reynolds

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121

FULFILLING INFORMATION NEEDS OF ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS: THE CURRENT WEST VALLEY EXPERIENCE
  W. D. Hoffman

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123

SITING PROVISIONS OF THE U. S. NUCLEAR WASTE POLICY ACT VERSUS RELATED EXPERIENCE IN OTHER COUNTRIES
  H. W. Paige

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STATUS OF FINAL HLW/TRU REGULATION
Chair(s): D. E. Wood: Chairman; J. T. D'Ambrosia: Co-Chairman

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111

The Siting Guidelines and Their Role in Repository Site Selection
  C. L. Hanlon

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115

Tribal Perspectives on the Nuclear Waste Policy Act
  J. B. Hovis

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119

Environmental Standards for Management and Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuel and High-Level and Transuranic Radioactive Wastes
  D. J. Egan Jr.

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123

Conforming Changes to 10 CFR Part 60
  M. J. Bell

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129

Regulation of Spent Fuel and High-Level Waste Disposal in Geologic Repositories
  R. Stein

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133

The Department of Energy Mission Plan for the Civilian Radioactive Waste Management Program
  T. H. Isaacs

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ALTERNATIVE METHODOLOGIES IN LLW DISPOSAL
Chair(s): J. Sterger: Chairman; O.A. Towler: Co-Chairman

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119

A Comparison of Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Alternatives
  N. D. Poor

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123

Integration of Interim Storage and the Permanent Disposal of Low-Level Radioactive Waste
  c. W. Mallory

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127

Greater-Confinement Disposal of Radioactive Wastes
  L. E. Trevorrow

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133

Considerations for Creating a Free-Standing Monolith
  J. M. Salsman

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137

Comparison of Land and Ocean Disposal Alternatives for Bulk Wastes Containing Naturally Occurring Radionuclides
  E. A. Stull

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141

Application of Organic Tracers in Characterizing the Greater Confinement Disposal Test at the Nevada Test Site
  M. C. Olson

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147

Development of the Central Waste Disposal Facility
  L. D. Bates

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155

A Modularized System for Disposal of Low-Level Radioactive Waste
  C. W. Mallory

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REMEDIAL ACTIONS: FACT NOT FICTION
Chair(s): M. G. White: Chairman; R. Krishnan: Co-Chairman

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129

REMEDIAL ACTION GUIDES DEPLETED URANIUM AND THORIUM IN SOIL
  D. E. Bernhardt

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135

CRITICAL MANAGEMENT ISSUES FOR THE URANIUM MILL TAILINGS REMEDIAL ACTION (UMTRA) PROJECT
  J. G. Themelis

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139

THE RANGE AND VARIABILITY OF RADIUM CONCENTRATION AND EMANATING FRACTION IN URANIUM MILL TAILINGS AND THEIR IMPACT ON RADON BARRIER DESIGN
  R. A. Nelson

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145

EROSION COVER DESIGN FOR DISPOSAL SITES
  B. Kshian

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151

CHALLENGE OF CANONSBURG--A CASE HISTORY
  w. C. Mason

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157

REMEDIAL ACTION AT VICINITY PROPERTIES
  P. J. Stassi

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ASPECTS OF IMPLEMENTING 10 CFR 61 REQUIREMENTS
Chair(s): G. Wanniner: Chairman; M. Naughton: Co-Chairman

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Paper Title & Author

139

Update of Part 61 Impacts Analysis Methodology
  O. I. Oztunali

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145

Development of an Automated Waste Management System to Aid in Compliance with 10 CFR 61
  T. Hillmer

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149

Radioactive Waste Stabilization Program
  J. Carlson

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153

Optimization of Filter Loading
  J. H. Turney

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157

Development and Testing of a Resin Dewatering System and Process Control Program for Compliance with 10 CFR 61
  T. P. Hiller

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163

PWR Users Group 10 CFR 61 Waste Form Requirements Compliance Test Program
  R. C. Rosenlof

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POSTER - LOW-LEVEL WASTE PROCESSING AND BURIAL FACTORS
Chair(s): S. Parker: Chairman

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Paper Title & Author

163

SETH 200-A New Mobile Unit for Spent Ion-Exchange Resins Embedding in Polymers
  A. de. Buzonniere

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165

Recycle Operations as a Methodplogy for Radioactive Waste Volume Reduction
  G. A. Rasmussen

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171

Stabilizing Solidification I: A Method of Immobilization of Radioactive Waste Involving Volume Reduction
  K. Kinoshita

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177

Stabilizing Solidification II: Fundamental Test of the Waste Solidification Process Utilizing Hydrothermal Reaction
  Y. Nishihara

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181

Operating Experience of a Mobile Waste Shredding System
  R. McGrath

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187

Low-Level Volume Reduction Services Facility
  A. S. Dam

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191

Mobile Liquid VR System-A Cost Effective Alternative
  R. Soto

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197

Volume Reduction Through Dry Active Waste Segregation
  A. N. Johnson

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201

Alternative Sealing Materials for Radioactive Waste Longterm Storage or Disposal
  N. Uetake

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205

Durasil├┤ Ion Exchangers: Experience at Arkansas Nuclear One
  R. Grom

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211

Advanced Cement Solidification Process
  T. Iji

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217

Radwaste Drying: An Engineered System for Powdered and Granular Media
  J. Ritchie

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227

Chemical Hazards from Decontamination Solutions in Low Level Waste
  L. Leventhal

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233

Aztech Systems and Testing
  M. L. Thompson

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239

Design of a Modular Radwaste Facility
  C. W. Dillmann

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245

Industrial Demonstration Plant for Granulation of Simulated Radioactive and Toxic Wastes
  W. Guber

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251

Vitrokele Compositions: Novel High Affinity Metal Selective and Regenerable Media for the Removal of Radioactive Metals from Aqueous Nuclear Waste Streams
  C. W. Greer

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257

Release of Organic Reagents from Solidified Decontamination Wastes
  P. L. Piciulo

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263

Design Manufacturing and Commissioning of Mobile Unit for EDF (Dow Chemical Process)
  D. Cangini

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RELEASE AND TRANSPORT OF RADIONUCLIDES FROM DISPOSAL SYSTEMS
Chair(s): J. Moody: Chairman; H. Jezierski: Co-Chairman

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167

EQUILIBRIUM SORPTION OF COBALT CESIUM AND STRONTIUM ON BANDELIER TUFF: ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVE MATHEMATICAL MODELING
  W. L. Polzer

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175

NONEQUILIBRIUM SORPTIVE BEHAVIOR OF COBALT CESIUM AND STRONTIUM ON BANDELIER TUFF: EXPERIMENTS AND ANALYSIS
  H. R. Fuentes

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183

ACCIDENTAL RELEASE OF RADIOACTIVITY FROM WASTE PACKAGES IN A FINAL WASTE REPOSITORY
  D. Grundler

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189

MODELS FOR THE ESTIMATION OF THE LEACHING OF RADIONUCLIDES FROM LOW-LEVEL WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITIES
  M. W. Grant

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197

NATURAL ZEOLITES AND CLAYS - THE PROMISING MEDIA FOR SELECTIVE RADIOISOTOPE PARTITION/IMMOBILIZATION
  A. K. Saha

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203

MODELLING THE FLOW GROUNDWATER IN THE VICINITY OF A SALT DOME
  T. Leijnse

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207

GEOCHEMICAL MODELS OF MOBILITY OF COMPONENTS FROM -LOW-LEVEL WASTE DISPOSAL SITES
  K. Johnson

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215

WASTE MIGRATION UNDER UNSATURATED FLOW CONDITIONS
  G. G Eicholz

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221

A GENERALIZED GROUNDWATER RADIOLYSIS MODELS
  S. L. Nicolosi

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DEFENSE WASTE DISPOSAL: STATUS REPORT AND HANFORD PLANS
Chair(s): R. D. Prosser: Chairman; J. D. White: Co-Chairman

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169

Overview of Plans for Disposal of Defense Wastes
  D. B. Leclaire

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171

The Hanford Waste Management Plan
  S. A. Wiegman

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179

Hanford Waste Vitrification - An Overview
  R. N. Gurley

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185

Immobilization of Selected Low-Level Hanford Wastes in Grout
  R. A. Kaldor

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193

Single-Shell Tank Technology Demonstration
  B. N. Anderson

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199

Management and Disposal oAn Experimental Program to Determine Maximum Temperatures for Dry Storage of Hanford Solid Transuranic Waste
  J. F. Albaugh

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POSTER-HIGH-LEVEL WASTE STORAGE AND DISPOSAL
Chair(s): J. Blomeke: Chairman

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Paper Title & Author

207

Development of HWVP Melter/Turntab1e Components for Canyon-Remote Maintenance and Replacement
  D. H. Siemens

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219

Geostatistica1 and Adjoint Sensitivity Techniques Applied to a Conceptual Model of Ground- Water Flow in the Paradox Basin Utah
  D. E. Metcalfe

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227

Retrieval of Spent Fuel From a Repository Tuff
  R. J. Flores

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231

Comparative Study of Waste Emplacement Configurations for the Nuclear Waste Repository in Basalt
  Y. J. Lee

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239

Facilities for a Repository in Tuff--A Design Compatible With the Yucca Mountain Site
  H. R. MacDougall

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249

Reconstitution of Spent Fuel to Improve Repository Waste Form Characteristics
  L. F. Grantham

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253

A Generalized Waste Package Containment Model
  A. M. Liebetrau

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259

Operational Experience Gained With the Failed Fuel Rod Detection System in Nuclear Power Plants
  H. H. Boehm

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265

Electrochemical Studies of the Corrosion Performance of Carbon Steel in Simulated Basalt Repository Environments
  J. A. Beavers

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275

Feasibility of Increased Spent Fuel Storage Capacity at James A. Fitzpatrick Nuclear Power Plant
  E. Kuhn

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289

Instrumentation Concepts for Nuclear Waste Glass Melters
  S. M. Barnes

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295

Geostatistical and Stochastic Inverse Analysis of the Wolfcamp Aquifer
  w. V. Harper

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301

Design of a PU-238 Waste Incineration Process
  D. L. Charlesworth

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309

ORIGEN2 For the IBM PC
  J. A. Klein

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311

Spent Fuel Pin Temperature PC Code
  L. E. Fischer

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315

Nuclear Rich Alpha Cellulosic Waste Management Experiments By Acid Digestion
  M. M. Arnal

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319

Systems Approach and Results For a Conceptual Design of a Repository For Spent Fuel Elements in Salt Formation Based on Thermomechanical and Radiological Safety
  H. J. Enegelmann

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325

Controlled Horizontal Core Drilling Technique - An Additional Method for the Underground Exploration of the Gorleben Salt Dome By Means of Long Boreholes
  J. Behrens

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331

Vitrification of High Level Radioactive Waste in a Pilot-Scale Liquid-Fed Ceramic Melter
  w. J. Bjorklund

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PACKAGING AND TRANSPORTATION
Chair(s): H. R. Yoshimura: Chairman; E. Tarnuzzer: Co-Chairman

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227

STATE ISSUES AND RECENT EXPERIENCE IN SPENT FUEL SHIPPING
  M. W. Pellettieri

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231

FEDERAL AND STATE REGULATORY SCHEMES AFFECTING LIABILITY FOR HIGH-LEVEL WASTE TRANSPORTATION INCIDENTS: OPPORTUNITIES FOR CLARIFICATION AND AMENDMENT
  L. E. Friel

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239

TRANSPORTATION OF LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE IN TEXAS: STATUTORY FRAMEWORK ISSUES AND RECOMMENDATIONS
  R. D. Smith

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243

THE EFFECTS OF CHANGES IN THE CERTIFICATES OF COMPLIANCE FOR RADWASTE SHIPPING CASKS
  R. E. Voit

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247

AN EVALUATION OF CURRENT REGULATIONS AND REAL ACCIDENT CONDITIONS
  L. E. Fischer

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253

A PRELIMINARY COST AND RISK ANALYSIS FOR TRANSPORTING SPENT FUEL AND HIGH-LEVEL WASTE TO CANDIDATE REPOSITORY SITES
  K. S. Neuhauser

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257

LIABILITY COVERAGE UNDER THE PRICE-ANDERSON ACT FOR HIGH LEVEL WASTE SHIPMENTS AND DISPOSAL
  J. Saltzman

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263

NUCLEAR WASTE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM: CASK INTERFACE AND PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
  T. L. Sanders

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POSTER - TMI AND RADIATION PROTECTION
Chair(s): G. Nelson: Chairman

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269

Institutional Agreements and Interaction for Research and Disposition of Nuclear Waste from Three Mile Island
  J. K. Reilly

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271

Processing and Removal of the Three Mile Island Makeup and Purification System Resins
  J. K. Reilly

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277

Revised Worker Exposure Estimates for TMI-2 Radioactive Waste Processing and Decontamination
  B. J. Snyder

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281

Structural Analysis of TMI-2 Defueling Canisters
  E. J. McGuinn

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285

TMI-2 Defueling Canister Reactivity Calculations
  W. G. Pettus

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289

Defueling Canister Designs for the TMI-2 Core Removal Program
  P. C. Childress

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293

TMI-2 Defueling Filter Development Tests
  J. M. Storton

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297

TMI-2 Spent Fuel Shipping
  G. J. Quinn

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299

Experiences in Development Qualification and Use of Concrete High-Integrity Containers in Commercial Disposal of Radioactive Wastes
  R. C. Schmitt

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303

Volume Reduction of Contaminated Concrete Shield Slabs Through Surface Removal
  M. D. Pavelek II

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309

Radiological Analysis For Dry Cask Storage of Spent Fuels
  I. Oh

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319

Waste Management Practices to Control Biological Transport of Radioactivity at the Hanford Site
  A. W. Conklin

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325

Remedial Waste Management Practices Resulting in the Decline of Airborne Plutonium Adjacent to a Liquid Waste Disposal Ditch at the Hanford Site
  R. E. Elder

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329

The Modes of Occurrence of Ra-226 and its Immediate Daughter Products in Uranium Tailings Samples from the Monicello Mill Utah
  L. R. Stieff

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335

Conceptual Design for the Injection of Tritiated Effluents Into Deep Geological Formations
  H. Jezierski

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345

Calculation of Dose Rates from Critical Radionuclides in Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal
  A. A. Sutherland

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351

Radiation Protection Features of Beaver Valley Unit 2 Radwaste Facilities
  R. E. Martin

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357

Studies of the Volatility of Cesium and Iodine
  R. L. Gay

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363

Three Mile Island Unit 2 Dry-Canal Defueling Water Cleanup System--An Update
  L. E. Katonak

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369

Degradation of Resins in Epicor-II Prefilters from Three Mile Island
  J. W. MCConnell Jr.

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377

Metallographic Examination of Epicor-II Liners from Three Mile Island
  J. W. McConnell Jr.

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POSTER - PACKAGING TRANSPORTATION & DISPOSAL
Chair(s): J. McCray: Chairman

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269

A COMPARISON OF ACTUAL AND PREDICTED ROUTES USED IN THE SHIPMENT OF RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS
  D. S. Joy

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273

TRANSIT: A MODEL FOR PROVIDING GENERIC TRANSPORTATION INPUT FOR PRELIMINARY SITING ANALYSIS
  G. W. McNair

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281

SHIPPING SPENT FUEL FROM CHALK RIVER-THE PROGRAM FROM INSIDE OUT
  F. L. Danese

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285

THE TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY CENTER INSTITUTIONAL ISSUES PROGRAM AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
  T. A. Wolff

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289

QUEUEING IN A SPENT FUEL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM - A PRELIMNARY ANALYSIS OF IMPLICATIONS FOR SYSTEM DES I GN
  J. W. Cashwell

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295

DOT SPECIFICATION 7A TYPE A PACKAGING CERTIFICATION STUDY: GETTING READY FOR JULY 1 1985
  D. A. Edling

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299

DEVELOPMENT TESTING OF A NUCLEAR WASTE CASK REMOTE HANDLING SYSTEM
  B. C. Gneiting

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303

MECHANISTIC BASIS FOR EXTRAPOLATION OF CORROSION RATES FOR WASTE OVERPACKS
  E. A. Aitken

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305

DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF A TRU WASTE SHIPPING AND STORAGE CONTAINER
  S. K. Jain

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311

DEVELOPMENT OF METALLIC HIGH INTEGRITY CONTAINERS
  C. J. Temus

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315

ALARA FOR CASK MRS BY REMOTE OPERATIONS
  A. H. Wells

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319

NEUTRON SHIELDING FOR A HIGH CAPACITY STORAGE/TRANSPORT CASK
  M. F. Su

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321

ACTIVITY RELEASE FROM WASTE PACKAGES CONTAINING LL AND IL WASTE FORMS UNDER MECHANICAL AND THERMAL STRESSES
  P. Johnsen

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327

A PARAMETRIC ANALYSIS OF A NUCLEAR WASTE REPOSITORY HANDLING AND PACKAGING FACILITY
  D. G. Dippold

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331

THE PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF CORROSION DATA TO STORAGE FACILITY DESIGN
  J. Cumiskey

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337

A DEFENSE HIGH LEVEL WASTE SHIPPING CASK DESIGN
  A. Zimmer

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343

FABRICATION CRITERIA FOR SHIPPING CONTAINERS USED TO TRANSPORT RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS
  L. E. Fischer

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347

RECENT SPENT FUEL SHIPMENT A CASE HISTORY
  J. E. Van Hoomissen

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353

STRUCTURAL CODE BENCHMARKING: IMPACT RESPONSE RESULTING FROM THE REGULATORY NINE-METER DROP
  R. E. Glass

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361

MEASUREMENT OF RELEASE FRACTION OF CONTENTS FOR TRUPACT-I SUBJECTED TO NORMAL TRANSPORT AND ACCIDENT CONDITIONS
  R. P. Sandoval

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SPENT FUEL STORAGE
Chair(s): A. Platt: Chairman; E. Helminski: Co-Chairman

Page No.

Paper Title & Author

343

Spent Fuel Storage Requirements
  R. A. Libby

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347

Regulatory and Administrative Actions Impacting on Spent Fuel Storage Functions
  H. Lowenberg

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351

What Should I Do With My Spent Fuel?
  J. E. Van Hoomissen

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357

At-Reactor Storage: A Progress Report
  R. W. Lambert

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363

Fuel Consolidation Demonstration Program Progress Report
  R. L. Moscardini

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369

MRS - The Non-Viable Alternative: A Staging Area to Nowhere
  S. H. Rhodes

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373

Analyses of Potential Effects of an MRS Facility on Spent Fuel Transportation Requirements
  G. W. McNair

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375

Monitored Retrievable Storage - A Con ressional Perspective
  B. S. Cooper

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DECOMMISSIONING/DECONTAMINATION
Chair(s): V. Rogers: Chairman; W. F. Heine: Co-Chairman

Page No.

Paper Title & Author

369

DECOMMISSIONING OF SURPLUS FACILITIES AT ORNL
  T. E. Myrick

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375

A MELT REFINING METHOD FOR URANIUM CONTAMINATED STEELS AND COPPER
  M. Abe

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381

EQUIPMENT AND PROCEDURES FOR CONCRETE SOLIDIFICATION OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE FROM SYSTEMS DECONTAMINATION
  R. Sjoblom

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387

CHARACTERIZATION OF NON-FUEL HARDWARE
  A. T. Luksic

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393

SHIPPINGPORT ATOMIC POWER STATION DECOMMISSIONING PROGRAM AND APPLIED TECHNOLOGY
  F. P. Crimi

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409

DECONTAMINATION AND RECYCLING OF REACTOR COMPONENTS
  M. Laser

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MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF NUCLEAR WASTE DISPOSAL SYSTEMS
Chair(s): J. Bartlett: Chairman; T. I. Oren: Co-Chairman

Page No.

Paper Title & Author

381

Model Reliability and Software Quality Assurance in Simulation of Nuclear Fuel Waste Management Systems
  T. I. Oren

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397

The Perspective of the Waste Management Research Program at NRC on Modeling Phenomena Related to the Disposal of High-Level Radioactive Waste
  J. D. Randall

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403

The Program SYVAC For Stochastic Assessment of Nuclear Fuel Waste Disposal
  G. R. Sherman

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409

A Methodology for High-Level Waste Systems Safety Analysis in the Preclosure Phase
  P. A. Harris

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413

Numerical Analyses to Evaluate Backfilling Repository Drifts in Unsaturated Tuff
  M. D. Freshley

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METHODS FOR MINIMIZATION OF RADWASTE AT THE SOURCE
Chair(s): M. Naughton: Chairman; G. Warruiner: Co-Chairman

Page No.

Paper Title & Author

385

Testing and Operation of a Transportable Volume Reduction Unit
  D. P. Rochester

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387

Analytical Techniques for the in-situ Quantification of Low-Level Waste
  J. E. Cline

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395

Selection and Evaluation of Potential Very Low Level Wastes (VLLW) from Nuclear Power Plants
  D. W. Chan

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401

Segregation of Low-Level Dry Active Waste
  L. Kornblith

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405

Solid Waste Minimization at Duke Power Company
  H. J. Dameron

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409

Liquid Radwaste Minimization Efforts at Duke Power Company
  R. M. Propst

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POSTER - NUCLEAR WASTE DISPOSAL
Chair(s): S. Shont: Chairman

Page No.

Paper Title & Author

415

HYDROFRACTURE OPERATIONS AT OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY
  L. C. Lasher

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425

CALORIMETRIC EXAMINATION OF HYDROFRACTURE GROUTS
  D. P. Stinton

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429

INCINERATION METHOD FOR VOLUME REDUCTION AND DISPOSAL OF TRANSURANIC WASTE
  B. M. Borham

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435

CEMENT ENCAPSULATION OF LOW LEVEL RADWASTE STREAMS
  D. C. Grant

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441

DISPOSAL. OF LOW- AND MEDIUM-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTES BY MEANS OF IN-SITU SOLIDIFICATION
  H. H. Homann

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447

CRITICALITY CONTROL OF BWR FUEL DURING ROD CONSOLIDATION AND STORAGE
  A. H. Wells

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449

EVALUATION OF CEMENT STABILITY
  K. Chino

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455

COST/BENEFIT SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND COMPARISON OF SHALLOW LAND BURIAL AND GREATER CONFINEMENT DISPOSAL
  S. M. Short

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461

A GENERALIZED ECONOMIC MODEL FOR EVALUATING DISPOSAL COSTS AT A LOW LEVEL WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITY
  R. V. BcUJtd

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469

REMOVAL TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL OF THE MILLSTONE 2 NEUTRON THERMAL SHIELD
  D. F. Snedeker

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475

EXPANSIVE STRESSES OF A GROUT PLUG ON THE WALLS OF BOREHOLE
  P. H. Licastro

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479

WASTES: A WASTE MANAGEMENT LOGISTICS/ECONOMICS MODEL
  G. W. McNair

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483

LOGISTICS ANALYSIS IN SUPPORT OF DOE FEE ADEQUACY REPORT
  G. W. McNair

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487

RELATIVE IMPACT OF COMMERCIAL POWER REACTOR AND OTHER LLW STREAMS ON SHALLOW LAND BURIAL SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
  C. C. Stanton

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491

CHARACTERIZATION PLAN FOR A LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE SITE IN TEXAS
  R. A. Alvarado

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495

A QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE PROCESS FOR EVALUATING TEC~ICAL PROPOSALS
  R. V. Avant

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499

U.S.D.A. SOIL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM DICTATES SITE SURFACE MANAGEMENT
  W. J. Bowmer

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503

THE AGREEMENTS PROCESS: PROBLEMS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE STATES
  T. Hunter

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507

THE REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR THE CLEANUP OF URANIUM MILL TAILINGS AT RIVERTON WYOMING
  R. C. Peel

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513

REVIEW AND SELECTION OF A DAW VOLUME REDUCTION COMPACTION SYSTEM FOR USE AT A PRESSURIZED WATER REACTOR
  T. P. Hillmer

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517

ONE EXAMPLE OF STMI'S EXPERIENCE IN THE FIELD OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE CONDITIONING
  S. Cohen

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RADWASTE SYSTEM MODIFICATIONS
Chair(s): V. Stagliola: Chairman; M. Kaczmarsky: Co-Chairman

Page No.

Paper Title & Author

417

Project Management of Radwaste Retrofits
  D. L. Vaught

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423

Modification of an Existing Radwaste Facility to Provide Onsite Low Level Waste Storage
  G. M. Ault

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427

Mobile Solidification System Interface Design Considerations
  J. C. Barcalow

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433

Dewatering of Bead and Powdered Resin at Three Mile Island Unit 1
  T. Gangwer

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437

Solving Sampling Problems
  M. S. Terrell

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441

Radwaste Processing at the Advanced Test Reactor Facility
  R. N. Beatty

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445

Fifteen Years of Radioactive Waste Management at Ontario Hydro
  T. J. Carter

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HLW NUCLEAR MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION
Chair(s): M. Frei: Chairman; J. Haugen: Co-Chairman

Page No.

Paper Title & Author

423

NRC Licensing Requirements for High Level Radioactive Waste Packages
  M. Tokar

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429

The Role of the Materials Review Board and the Nuclear Waste Materials Handbook
  M. J. Steindler

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433

Reference Materials for Nuclear Waste Investigation
  J. L. Daniel

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441

Characterization of Savannah River Plant Waste Glass
  M. J. Plodinec

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445

MCC-15: Waste/Canister Accident Testing and Analysis Method
  S. C. Slate

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453

Corrosion Performance of Metals and Alloys in a Tuff Geochemical Environment
  R. A. Van Konynenberg

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459

NNWSI Waste Form Test Method for Unsaturated Disposal Conditions
  J. K. Bates

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467

Specifications for Acceptance of Nuclear High-Level Waste Forms By a Geologic Repository
  E. H. Randklev

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471

The Behavior of Defense Waste Reference Glass in a Long-Term Pulsed-Flow Leach Test
  Aa. Barkatt

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HYDROFRACTURE AND GROUT TECHNIQUES
Chair(s): E. W. McDaniel: Chairman; R. Koester: Co-Chairman

Page No.

Paper Title & Author

455

Overview of the Applications of Cement-Based Immobilization Technologies Developed at U.S. DOE Facilities
  L. R. Dole

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465

Recent Hydrofracture Operations at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  H. o. Weeren

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473

Geology of the Host Formation for the New Hydraulic Fracturing Facility at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  C. S. Hasse

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481

Monitoring of Surface Deformation and Microseismicity Applied to Radioactive Waste Disposal Through Hydraulic Fracturing at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  S. H. Stow

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487

Cementation of Radioactive Wastes in the Federal Republic of Germany
  R. Koster

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493

Recent Experiences With Cement Solidification Systems
  H. Brunner

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497

Operational and Long-Term Performance Assessment for Hanford Grout
  R. L. Treat

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503

Development of a Grout-Based Stabilization Method for Spent High-Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactor Fuel
  R. G. Wilbowrn

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SPENT FUEL - IS IT AN ADEQUATE WASTE FORM?
Chair(s): V. M. Oversby: Chairman; L. Johnson: Co-Chairman

Page No.

Paper Title & Author

479

Used-Fuel Dissolution Studies in Canada
  L. H. Johnson

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483

Spent Fuel as a Wasteform. Direct Disposal
  L. O. Werme

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489

The Swedish Program for Studies and Evaluation of Spent Fuel for Solubility of Unirradiated Fuel in Granitic Groundwater
  M. Nykyri

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497

Radionuclide Release From PWR Fuels in a Reference Tuff Repository Groundwater
  C. N. Wilson

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505

Low Temperature Spent Fuel Oxidation Under Tuff Repository Conditions
  R. E. Eiziger

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513

Simulated Dry Storage Test of a Spent PWR Nuclear Fuel Assembly in Air
  A. B. Johnson

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521

An Experimental Program to Determine Maximum Temperature for Dry Storage of Spent Fuel
  C.A. Knox

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VOLUME REDUCTION OPERATING EXPERIENCE: DRY ACTIVE WASTE
Chair(s): J. E. Testa: Chairman; R. V. Doyle: Co-Chairman

Page No.

Paper Title & Author

511

Mobile Incineration Services at Commonwealth Edison's Nuclear Stations
  K. R. Smith

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513

DAW Volume Reduction (VR) Using the Newly Developed 20 mm (2200 tons) SUPERPACK - a New Generation of Supercompactor Equipment
  H. Baudisch

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517

Volume Reduction of Dry Active Waste - the Mobile Service Option
  D. A. Zigelman

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523

Operating Experience With a Dry Active Waste Shredder/Compactor at a Nuclear Power Plant
  J. D Henderson

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529

A Commerical Regional Incinerator Facility for Treatment of Low-Level Radioactive Waste
  R. E. Sauer

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539

A Comparison Between Mobile VR Services and Central VR Service Facility for Dry Active Waste
  A. S. Dam

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BENEFICIAL USES OF RADIOACTIVE WASTES
Chair(s): K. A. Gasper: Chairman; A. M. Platt: Co-Chairman

Page No.

Paper Title & Author

529

Current Status of the Department of Energy's Program For Recovery and Utilization of Nuclear Byproducts
  J. Jicha

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535

Current Regulatory and. Licensing Status for Byproducts Sources Facilities and Applications
  G. L. Tingey

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543

The Development of the Beneficial Uses Shipping System Cask
  H. R. Yoshimura

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551

The Cesium-137 Agricultural Commodities Irradiator (CACI)
  H. Farrar

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557

Irradiation of Northwest Agricultural Products
  D. E. Eakin

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563

Feasibility of Meltcasting Strontium Fluoride To Produce High-Density Heat Sources
  E. J. Wheelwright

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569

Ion Exchange Recovery and Purification of Strontium-90 From Certain Hanford Waste Streams
  R. L. Weiss

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575

A 500 Watt(e) Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator Fueled With Strontium-90 Fluoride From the Department of Energy's Waste Encapsulation and Storage Facility
  J. F. Vogt

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VOLUME REDUCTION OPERATING EXPERIENCE: LIQUID WASTE
Chair(s): R. D. Doyle: Chairman; J. E. Testa: Co-Chairman

Page No.

Paper Title & Author

545

Operational Experience of the Palisades Volume Reduction System - the First 12 Months
  T. P. Neal

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551

Transport Installation and Testing of a Transportable Volume Reduction and Bitumen Solidification System
  K. B. Jones

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555

Evaluation of the Miscellaneous Waste Evaporator at Rancho Seco
  W. T. Best

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561

Aerojet Fluidized Bed Volume Reduction System Operation and Licensing
  R. Garcia

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569

Liquid Radwaste Processing Operational Experience Utilizing Duratek Mobile Process System (MPS)
  w. Hunkele

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573

Radwaste Ion-Exchange Optimization
  N. P. Jacob

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579

Operational Experiences of Non-Precoated Type Filters (Super Fine Filter) in PWR and BWR Nuclear Power Plants
  Y. Koshiba

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SECONDARY WASTES AND SLUDGE
Chair(s): R. Karlsson: Chairman; W. R. Cooper: Co-Chairman

Page No.

Paper Title & Author

587

Estimates of Secondary Waste Production from Operations at a Prospective Geologic Repository in Tuff
  M. P. Engelhard

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593

Slurry Growth: the Characterization of a Unique Phenomenon at the Hanford Site
  M. T. Jansky

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597

Estimating Waste Disposal Quantities from Raw Waste Samples
  C. A. Negin

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603

Anayltical Characterization of West Valley High-Level Waste Sludge
  L. E. Rykken

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611

The Status of the Waste Removal System for the West Valley Demonstration Project
  M. A. Schiffhauer

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