Impact of partitioning, transmutation and waste reduction technologies on the final nuclear waste disposal (RED IMPACT)

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  • W. Gudowski
  • E. Gonzalez
  • D. Greneche
  • L. Boucher
  • Jan Marivoet
  • C. Zimmerman
  • W. von Lenza
  • A. Vokal

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The Red-Impact project is a research project in the 6th framework programme of the European Commission. The main objective of the project is to assess the impact of partitioning and transmutation on geological disposal and waste management. The project started with the evaluation of a number of fuel cycle scenarios. Five scenarios are considered for the evaluations: 2 industrial scenarios and 3 innovative scenarios. Mass flow schemes have been prepared for each fuel cycle scenario and the corresponding neutronic calculations have been made. A list of performance indicators has been prepared. As a first step of the assessment, the impact of the "open cycle" scenario and of the innovative "fast neutron Gen IV" scenario, on repositories in granite and clay formations, has been evaluated.


Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings FISA 2006 Conference, Luxembourg, March 13-16, 2006
Place of PublicationBrussels, Belgium
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2007
EventFISA 2006: EU Research and Training in Reactor Systems - European Commission, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Duration: 13 Mar 200616 Mar 2006


ConferenceFISA 2006: EU Research and Training in Reactor Systems


  • advanced fuel cycles, partitioning and transmutation, impact, radioactive waste management

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