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  • A Reliable Hybrid Adsorbent for Efficient Radioactive

    Cesium removal. The hybrid adsorbent containing Cs was washed with deionized water and transferred into a 50 mL beaker. Then 5.0 mL of the eluting agent was added, and the mixture was stirred for 15 min. The concentration of Cs ions released from the hybrid adsorbent into aqueous phase was analyzed by AAS.

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  • ORNL processes troublesome cesium ORNL

    Jun 01, 20160183;32;Science to the rescue. To remove the cesium, ORNL scientists developed a solvent extraction process that uses both complex chemistry and engineered molecules to isolate, transfer, and ultimately concentrate the isotope. At that point, it is ready to be combined with other radionuclides and vitrified. The scientists chemical achievement,

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  • MODELING CST ION EXCHANGE FOR CESIUM REMOVAL FROM

    One unit process in the facility is designed to remove radioactive cesium by ion exchange from the strongly alkaline aqueous phase. A resin specifically designed with high selectivity of cesium under alkaline conditions is being investigated.

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  • Inorganic Ion Exchangers for Cesium Removal from

    features of ion exchangers for the selective removal of radioisotopes from wastewaters, with special emphasis on cesium. The inuence of process variables such as solution salinity, pH and temperature, and the presence of competing cations (mono and divalent) are also discussed. The inorganic exchangers of interest encompass four main

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  • Small Column Ion Exchange Analysis for Removal of Cesium

    Savannah River Technology Center (SRTC) researchers modeled ion exchange removal of cesium from dissolved salt waste solutions. The results assist in evaluating proposed configurations for an ion exchange process to remove residual cesium from low curie waste streams. A process for polishing (i.e., removing small amounts) of cesium may prove useful should supernate draining fail to

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  • Industrial Scale Removal of Cesium with Hexacyanoferrate

    May 12, 20170183;32;AbstractAn industrial scale process utilizing hexacyanoferrate based ion exchangers was developed for the selective separation of radioactive cesium from nuclear waste solutions. This process was put into operation at the Loviisa Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) (pressurized water reactor, VVER 440), Finland, at the end of 1991, and it has shown superiority to any other cesium separation method used

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  • Savannah River Remediation Awards Bid for Cesium

    Savannah River Remediation Awards Bid. for Cesium Removal Process. AIKEN, S.C. (July 18, 2016) Savannah River Remediation (SRR) awarded a contract this week for Tank Closure Cesium Removal (TCCR), which is designed to enhance the removal of bulk waste from underground radioactive high level waste storage tanks at the Savannah River Site (SRS).

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  • Tank Closure Cesium Removal westinghousenuclear

    Tank Closure Cesium Removal Posted March 11, 2019 by Westinghouse Electric Company Westinghouse Electric Company is pleased that the Tank Closure Cesium Removal (TCCR) unit supplied to the Savannah River Site (SRS) in South Carolina, U.S. for the tank closure demonstration project has proven successful following initial operation.

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  • Removal of Cesium from Simulated Spent Fuel Dissolver Liquor

    The removal of cesium and/or strontium isotopes from spent fuel dissolver liquor has not been previously attempted. Various inorganic materials have been examined for removal of fission products, in particular cesium, from high active waste liquors but this liquor does not contain neither uranium nor plutonium isotopes [ 11 , 12 ].

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  • Waste Removal for Tank Closure Project Underway at

    Tank Closure Cesium Removal startup continues to be a priority for EM, Folk said. It is expected to be an innovative addition to the waste treatment process. TCCR is a waste treatment technology that uses filters, ion exchange columns, and a specially engineered resin to remove cesium a radioactive chemical element from the salt waste.

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  • Tank Closure Cesium Removal westinghousenuclear

    Tank Closure Cesium Removal Posted March 11, 2019 by Westinghouse Electric Company Westinghouse Electric Company is pleased that the Tank Closure Cesium Removal (TCCR) unit supplied to the Savannah River Site (SRS) in South Carolina, U.S. for the tank closure demonstration project has proven successful following initial operation.

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  • MODELING AN ION EXCHANGE PROCESS FOR CESIUM REMOVAL

    modeling an ion exchange process for cesium removal from alkaline radioactive waste solutions Technical Report (PDF Available) 183; September 2008 with 47 Reads DOI 10.13140/RG.2.1.2585.9288

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  • Removing radioactive cesium following Fukushima Tokyo

    Sep 03, 20130183;32;Removing radioactive cesium following Fukushima. The team extended the process to include 'blasting' releasing the pressure in the hydrothermic solution suddenly by opening a valve, further fragmenting the decomposing solids. By blasting the solution twice, followed by coagulation settling, over 90% of cesium was removed from the soils.

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  • Industrial Scale Removal of Cesium with Hexacyanoferrate

    May 12, 20170183;32;AbstractAn industrial scale process utilizing hexacyanoferrate based ion exchangers was developed for the selective separation of radioactive cesium from nuclear waste solutions. This process was put into operation at the Loviisa Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) (pressurized water reactor, VVER 440), Finland, at the end of 1991, and it has shown superiority to any other cesium separation method used

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  • Development and Testing of a Near Tank Cesium Removal

    The objective of the Near Tank Cesium Removal (NTCR) project is to provide a simple, compact, effective, and proven process to remove radioactive cesium (Cs) from high level waste (HLW) liquids. Ion exchange using spherical resorcinol formaldehyde (SRF) will be used.

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  • Development and Testing of a Near Tank Cesium Removal

    The objective of the Near Tank Cesium Removal (NTCR) project is to provide a simple, compact, effective, and proven process to remove radioactive cesium (Cs) from high level waste (HLW) liquids. Ion exchange using spherical resorcinol formaldehyde (SRF) will be used.

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  • Proof of concept flowsheet tests for cesium removal from

    This paper describes the chemical performance of the Next Generation Caustic Side Solvent Extraction (NG CSSX) process in its current state of development for removal of cesium from the alkaline high level tank wastes at the Savannah River Site (SRS) in the US Department of Energy (USDOE) complex.

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  • Adsorptive removal of cesium from aqueous solution using

    The commercially available activated carbon was employed for the practical radioactive cesium removal operation as reported by Vanderheyden et al. and they removed only 28% of Cs (adsorption capacity was 8.5 181;g g 1) from radioactive wastewater . Therefore, in the recent years, a considerable attention has been employed to develop the low

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  • Waste Removal for Tank Closure Project Underway at

    to the TCCR process enclosure for cesium removal. Initiating salt dissolution is a major preparation step prior to commissioning TCCR, according to Jim Folk, DOE

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  • Waste removal for tank closure project underway at the

    The Tank Closure Cesium Removal project is at the H Tank Farm at the Savannah River Site. Submitted photo Shown here is the exterior of the Tank Closure Cesium Removal process enclosure at the

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  • Design of a carousel process for cesium removal using

    Abstract. A three column carousel process based on a pelletized form of CST powder was designed to remove radioactive 137 Cs + from SRS nuclear wastes. A multicomponent ion exchange equilibrium model was used to generate cesium loading data, which were fit to the Langmuir equation to obtain effective single component cesium isotherm parameters for representative wastes.

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  • Crystalline SilicotitanatesNew Ion Exchanger for

    Cesium is a fission by product and consists of several isotopes stable Cs 133, Cs 134 with a half life of 2.065 years, CS 135 with a half life of 3 x 106years, and CS 137 with a half life of 30.17 years.

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  • Specification for the Tank Side Cesium Removal

    exchange media ready to remove a minimum of 100,000 curies (Ci) of cesium during the first phase of the demonstration project. The equipment and features listed below will be sized and refined by the VENDOR during process

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  • Waste Removal for Tank Closure Project Underway at

    Tank Closure Cesium Removal startup continues to be a priority for EM, Folk said. It is expected to be an innovative addition to the waste treatment process. The exterior of the Tank Closure Cesium Removal process enclosure.

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  • Waste Removal for Tank Closure Project Underway at

    taking a significant step in the startup of Tank Closure Cesium Removal (TCCR) at the Savannah River Site (SRS). Crews have initiated salt dissolution, the first phase of TCCR operations, in the waste feed tank for the TCCR process. Low level salt waste accounts for more than 90 percent of

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  • Adsorption removal of cesium from drinking waters A mini

    Apparently, when entering the waterworks, if the cesium is in bound form (with particles), conventional coagulation sedimentation process can effectively remove the cesium from water. Conversely, if the cesium is in soluble form, conventional coagulation process has minimal removal to cesium. 3. Adsorption removal of cesium from waters

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  • Cesium Removal Using CST Damp;D KM IT Deactivation

    Cesium removal will allow the decon taminated condensate stream to be routed directly to the SRS Effluent Treatment Facility. The cost avoid ance is estimated to be tens of millions of dollars. Cesium removal using the CS 100 resin is the baseline at Hanford.

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  • Evaluation of electrocoagulation process for the removal

    The decrease of removal efciency at more acidic and alkaline pH was Please cite this article in press as Kamaraj, R., Vasudevan, S., Evaluation of electrocoagulation process for the removal of strontium and cesium from aqueous solution.

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  • Inorganic Ion Exchangers for Cesium Removal from

    features of ion exchangers for the selective removal of radioisotopes from wastewaters, with special emphasis on cesium. The inuence of process variables such as solution salinity, pH and temperature, and the presence of competing cations (mono and divalent) are also discussed. The inorganic exchangers of interest encompass four main

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  • Removal of Cesium on Polyaniline Titanotungstate as

    conditions for removal cesium. It is found high selectiv ity for cesium from other metal ions from radioactive waste, aqueous solution and applied for removal cesium from milk. 2. Experimental . 2.1. Chemicals and Reagents . tion process was repeated until no further sorption. The

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  • Exceptionally Selective Removal of Cesium and Strontium

    Selective removal of cesium and strontium is critical for waste treatment and environmental remediation. Cesium 137 (half life 30 years) is a strong beta gamma emitter, and Strontium 90 (half life 29 years) is a beta emitter and a large source of Cerenkov radiation, resulting in shielding challenges.

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  • FACT SHEET Tank Closure Cesium Removal srremediation

    Tank Closure Cesium Removal (TCCR) is a demonstration of innovative technology to assist in the acceleration of tank closure at the Savannah River Site (SRS). TCCR is a supplemental at tank process that is removing cesium, a highly radioactive element, from the Cold War legacy salt waste at SRS.

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  • (2b) Cesium Removal Performance of Resorcinol AIChE

    The presentation will include comparisons of isotherm models with batch data. SRNL uses a combination of Pitzer solution chemical activity modeling and an algebraic model to provide a cesium isotherm. This work shows that RF resin is a viable choice for the cesium removal process at WTP.

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  • Removal of cesium from aqueous solutions and radioactive

    In the present study, the synthesized titanate nanotubes can be applied to remove cesium ion from aqueous solutions through the cation exchange process.

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  • Removal of cesium through adsorption from aqueous

    removal of 137Cs from aqueous solutions using adsorbent process. Materials and Methods Literature search A The search of the available studies and their analysis was carried out by three investigators (Y a.F, Me.A, and Ya.Z). Almost all the studies regarding the Cs removal from water solutions werescreened ininternational and national databases.

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  • Removal of Cesium, Strontium, Americium, Technetium and

    Removal of Cesium, Strontium, Americium, Technetium and Plutonium from Radioactive Wastewater EPA Grant Number R825511C061 Subproject this is subproject number 061 , established and managed by the Center Director under grant R825511 (EPA does not fund or establish subprojects; EPA awards and manages the overall grant for this center).

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  • Exceptionally Selective Removal of Cesium and Strontium

    Selective removal of cesium and strontium is critical for waste treatment and environmental remediation. Cesium 137 (half life 30 years) is a strong beta gamma emitter, and Strontium 90 (half life 29 years) is a beta emitter and a large source of Cerenkov radiation, resulting in shielding challenges.

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  • SRS Crews Complete Startup Testing on Project to Speed

    Workers install an ion exchange column on the Tank Closure Cesium Removal process enclosure in the Savannah River Sites H Tank Farm. AIKEN, S.C. Savannah River Site (SRS) crews recently completed onsite startup testing for an EM project designed to accelerate removal of radioactive waste from underground tanks.

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