Encapsulation of reactive metals in magnesium phosphate cement-based matrices

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Encapsulation of reactive metals in magnesium phosphate cement-based matrices. / Cannes, Céline; Fernández, Raúl; Cuevas, James; Ruiz, Ana Isabel; Lavinia, Stefan; Hourcade, Frédérique; Shkuropatenko, Vladimir; Svilychniy, Eugene; Sayenko, Sergey; Cau Dit Coumes, Céline; Rousselet, Angélique; Mossini, Eros; Macerata, Elena; Mariani, Mario; Abdelouas, Abdesselam; Grambow, Bernd; Cruz Alonso, Maria ; Garcia-Lodeiro, Inés; Leganés Nieto, Jose Lui; Bucur, Crina; Delpech, Sylvie; Rodrigues, Davide; Caes, Sébastien; De Souza, Valdir; Bukaemskiy, Andrey; Deissmann, Guido; Modolo, Giuseppe.

Proceedings of PREDIS May Workshop 2021: Date 30.9.2021 version Final. ed. / Maria Oksa; Erika Holt. EC - European Commission, 2021. p. 1-14 10.

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Cannes, C, Fernández, R, Cuevas, J, Ruiz, AI, Lavinia, S, Hourcade, F, Shkuropatenko, V, Svilychniy, E, Sayenko, S, Cau Dit Coumes, C, Rousselet, A, Mossini, E, Macerata, E, Mariani, M, Abdelouas, A, Grambow, B, Cruz Alonso, M, Garcia-Lodeiro, I, Leganés Nieto, JL, Bucur, C, Delpech, S, Rodrigues, D, Caes, S, De Souza, V, Bukaemskiy, A, Deissmann, G & Modolo, G 2021, Encapsulation of reactive metals in magnesium phosphate cement-based matrices. in M Oksa & E Holt (eds), Proceedings of PREDIS May Workshop 2021: Date 30.9.2021 version Final., 10, EC - European Commission, pp. 1-14, 2021 - PREDIS workshop, 2021-05-04. <https://predis-h2020.eu/publications-and-reports/>

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Cannes, C., Fernández, R., Cuevas, J., Ruiz, A. I., Lavinia, S., Hourcade, F., Shkuropatenko, V., Svilychniy, E., Sayenko, S., Cau Dit Coumes, C., Rousselet, A., Mossini, E., Macerata, E., Mariani, M., Abdelouas, A., Grambow, B., Cruz Alonso, M., Garcia-Lodeiro, I., Leganés Nieto, J. L., ... Modolo, G. (2021). Encapsulation of reactive metals in magnesium phosphate cement-based matrices. In M. Oksa, & E. Holt (Eds.), Proceedings of PREDIS May Workshop 2021: Date 30.9.2021 version Final (pp. 1-14). [10] EC - European Commission. https://predis-h2020.eu/publications-and-reports/

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Cannes C, Fernández R, Cuevas J, Ruiz AI, Lavinia S, Hourcade F et al. Encapsulation of reactive metals in magnesium phosphate cement-based matrices. In Oksa M, Holt E, editors, Proceedings of PREDIS May Workshop 2021: Date 30.9.2021 version Final. EC - European Commission. 2021. p. 1-14. 10

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Cannes, Céline ; Fernández, Raúl ; Cuevas, James ; Ruiz, Ana Isabel ; Lavinia, Stefan ; Hourcade, Frédérique ; Shkuropatenko, Vladimir ; Svilychniy, Eugene ; Sayenko, Sergey ; Cau Dit Coumes, Céline ; Rousselet, Angélique ; Mossini, Eros ; Macerata, Elena ; Mariani, Mario ; Abdelouas, Abdesselam ; Grambow, Bernd ; Cruz Alonso, Maria ; Garcia-Lodeiro, Inés ; Leganés Nieto, Jose Lui ; Bucur, Crina ; Delpech, Sylvie ; Rodrigues, Davide ; Caes, Sébastien ; De Souza, Valdir ; Bukaemskiy, Andrey ; Deissmann, Guido ; Modolo, Giuseppe. / Encapsulation of reactive metals in magnesium phosphate cement-based matrices. Proceedings of PREDIS May Workshop 2021: Date 30.9.2021 version Final. editor / Maria Oksa ; Erika Holt. EC - European Commission, 2021. pp. 1-14

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title = "Encapsulation of reactive metals in magnesium phosphate cement-based matrices",
abstract = "Magnesium phosphate cements (MPC) have been proposed to encapsulate aluminum and beryllium nuclear waste in a C-steel drum. Work has been dedicated to the MPC formulation by considering both the mechanical properties and the economical aspect. Indeed, the MPC cost is too high to envisage this type of cement for conditioning the radioactive waste at an industrial scale. First results have shown the impact of the MgO source and the nature of the filler. The behavior of MPC under leaching and irradiation has also been considered to determine their behavior in the storage conditions. During this period, attention has been paid on the methodology and the device for the leaching and irradiation experiments. Aluminum, beryllium and C-steel corrosion are studied in MPC (with a formulation already studied by the CEA) and in solutions mimicking the interstitial solutions of the cements. The results are compared to the ones obtained in commonly used cements in the storage, the ordinary Portland cement or the El-Cabril cement. The set-ups for the electrochemical and chromatographic measurements have been developed. Preliminary results have shown that Al and Al-Mg alloy are only in the passivity zone for the solution containing phosphate ions or for a mortar composed of MPC. This work has also put in evidence the inhibition effect of the boric acid, used as a retarder for the MPC, against the steel corrosion in neutral media (solutions or MPC).",
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AU - Fernández, Raúl

AU - Cuevas, James

AU - Ruiz, Ana Isabel

AU - Lavinia, Stefan

AU - Hourcade, Frédérique

AU - Shkuropatenko, Vladimir

AU - Svilychniy, Eugene

AU - Sayenko, Sergey

AU - Cau Dit Coumes, Céline

AU - Rousselet, Angélique

AU - Mossini, Eros

AU - Macerata, Elena

AU - Mariani, Mario

AU - Abdelouas, Abdesselam

AU - Grambow, Bernd

AU - Cruz Alonso, Maria

AU - Garcia-Lodeiro, Inés

AU - Leganés Nieto, Jose Lui

AU - Bucur, Crina

AU - Delpech, Sylvie

AU - Rodrigues, Davide

AU - Caes, Sébastien

AU - De Souza, Valdir

AU - Bukaemskiy, Andrey

AU - Deissmann, Guido

AU - Modolo, Giuseppe

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N2 - Magnesium phosphate cements (MPC) have been proposed to encapsulate aluminum and beryllium nuclear waste in a C-steel drum. Work has been dedicated to the MPC formulation by considering both the mechanical properties and the economical aspect. Indeed, the MPC cost is too high to envisage this type of cement for conditioning the radioactive waste at an industrial scale. First results have shown the impact of the MgO source and the nature of the filler. The behavior of MPC under leaching and irradiation has also been considered to determine their behavior in the storage conditions. During this period, attention has been paid on the methodology and the device for the leaching and irradiation experiments. Aluminum, beryllium and C-steel corrosion are studied in MPC (with a formulation already studied by the CEA) and in solutions mimicking the interstitial solutions of the cements. The results are compared to the ones obtained in commonly used cements in the storage, the ordinary Portland cement or the El-Cabril cement. The set-ups for the electrochemical and chromatographic measurements have been developed. Preliminary results have shown that Al and Al-Mg alloy are only in the passivity zone for the solution containing phosphate ions or for a mortar composed of MPC. This work has also put in evidence the inhibition effect of the boric acid, used as a retarder for the MPC, against the steel corrosion in neutral media (solutions or MPC).

AB - Magnesium phosphate cements (MPC) have been proposed to encapsulate aluminum and beryllium nuclear waste in a C-steel drum. Work has been dedicated to the MPC formulation by considering both the mechanical properties and the economical aspect. Indeed, the MPC cost is too high to envisage this type of cement for conditioning the radioactive waste at an industrial scale. First results have shown the impact of the MgO source and the nature of the filler. The behavior of MPC under leaching and irradiation has also been considered to determine their behavior in the storage conditions. During this period, attention has been paid on the methodology and the device for the leaching and irradiation experiments. Aluminum, beryllium and C-steel corrosion are studied in MPC (with a formulation already studied by the CEA) and in solutions mimicking the interstitial solutions of the cements. The results are compared to the ones obtained in commonly used cements in the storage, the ordinary Portland cement or the El-Cabril cement. The set-ups for the electrochemical and chromatographic measurements have been developed. Preliminary results have shown that Al and Al-Mg alloy are only in the passivity zone for the solution containing phosphate ions or for a mortar composed of MPC. This work has also put in evidence the inhibition effect of the boric acid, used as a retarder for the MPC, against the steel corrosion in neutral media (solutions or MPC).

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BT - Proceedings of PREDIS May Workshop 2021

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PB - EC - European Commission

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