Glass Composite Materials for Low Radioactive Waste Immobilisation - Jariah Mohamad Juoi

‪ Jariah Mohamad Juoi‬ - ‪ Google Scholar‬. Microstructure and leaching durability of glass composite wasteforms for spent clinoptilolite immobilisation. Journal of nuclear materials. Application of glass composite materials for nuclear waste immobilization. Jariah MOHAMAD JUOI. Jariah Mohamad Juoii currently is an academic at Fakulti Kejuruteraan Pembuatan, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, Melaka, Malaysia. Current research work involved waste glass recycling into glass. Glass Composite Materials for Low Radioactive Waste. Glass Composite Materials for Low Radioactive Waste Immobilisation - Jariah Mohamad Juoi

This books covers topics on the immobilisation of radioactive waste in glass composite materials. Background on radioactive waste and current immobilisation route is included briefly. Contents are focussing on the recent approach of utilising glass composite materials to immobilise low radioactive waste, mainly ion exchanger e. Natural zeolite; clinoptilolite. The effects of waste loading on a. Glass Composite Materials for Low Radioactive Waste Immobilisation. Glass Composite Materials for Low Radioactive Waste Immobilisation - Jariah Mohamad Juoi

Chemical Resistance of Glass Composite Materials Made From. By Jariah Mohamad Juoi. Zulkifli Mohd Rosli. Khairu Ilwani Karim and Farah Hanum Suzain. BibTex ; Full citation; Abstract. Incineration of scheduled waste and landfilling of the incineration residue. Is extensively practised in Malaysia as a treatment method for scheduled waste. Glass Composite Materials for Low Radioactive Waste Immobilisation - Jariah Mohamad Juoi

Land site disposal of Bottom Slag. May lead to environmental health issues and. Glass Composite Materials for Nuclear and Hazardous Waste. Glass Composite Materials for Nuclear and Hazardous Waste Immobilisation - Volume 1107. Vitreous Materials for Nuclear Waste Immobilisation and. Vitreous materials are the overwhelming world- wide choice for the immobilisation of HLW resulting from nuclear fuel reprocessing due to glass tolerance for the chemical elements found in the waste as well as its inherent stability and durability. Vitrification is a mature technology and has been used for high- level nuclear waste immobilization for more than 50 years. On Selection of Matrix. Glass Composite Materials for Low Radioactive Waste Immobilisation - Jariah Mohamad Juoi

Material for lection of wasteform materials for higher activity nuclear waste containment is considered. Utilization of materials such as glasses. Glass composite materials and cements is discussed as practiced in different countries. Emphasis is on multiple parameter approach on selecting the wasteform where the durability is not solely the most important characteristic. Vitreous Materials for Nuclear Waste Immobilisation and IAEA Support Activities - Volume 1 Issue 63- 64. Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites. Close this message to accept cookies or find out how to manage your cookie settings. Glass Composite Materials for Low Radioactive Waste Immobilisation - Jariah Mohamad Juoi

Microstructural properties of glass composite material. Glass composite material incorporating incinerated scheduled waste. And SLS waste glass has been produced by sintering at 800 ° C at a rate of 2 ° C min and 1 hour soaking time. The effect of BS waste loading on the physical. Mechanical and microstructural properties on the GCM is studied. The GCM porosity and water absorption increases as the BS waste loading increases and bulk density. Glass Composite Materials for Low Radioactive Waste Immobilisation - Jariah Mohamad Juoi

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