The Back-End of Fusion Materials Cycle: Recycling, Clearence and Disposal

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Authors

  • M. Zucchetti
  • L. Di Pace
  • L. El-Guebaly
  • B.N. Kolbasov
  • Vincent Massaut
  • R. Pampin
  • P. Wilson

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Abstract

In order to maximize the environmental benefits of fusion power generation, it is important to clearly define the parameters governing the back-end of the materials cycle. A fusion-specific approach is necessary and needs to be developed. Recycling of materials and clearance (i.e. declassification to non-radioactive material) are the two recommended options for reducing the amount of fusion waste, while the disposal as low

Details

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings TOFE conference 2008
Place of PublicationLa Grange Park, Illinois, United States
StatePublished - 28 Sep 2008
EventTOFE Conference - San Francisco, CA, United States

Conference

ConferenceTOFE Conference
CountryUnited States
CitySan Francisco, CA
Period2008-09-282008-10-02

Keywords

  • Fusion, waste, material, recycling

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