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Environmental analysis of the uranium fuel cycle
United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Radiation Office
|Statement||Office of Radiation Programs|
|LC Classifications||TD196U7 U55 1973a|
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Journal of Nuclear Fuel Cycle and Environment. Published by Division of Nuclear Fuel Cycle and Environment, Atomic Energy Society of Japan Near Optimal Disassembly Sequence Generation for Large Equipment in Nuclear Plant Atsuko ENOMOTO, Hiroshi SEKI, Takuya YOSHIDA, Junya TAHATA, Mitsutaka IMAMURA, Hiroshi NAGASE. This presents a balanced overview of the major methods currently available for obtaining numerical solutions in neutron and gamma-ray transport. It focuses on methods particularly applicable to the complex problems encountered in the analysis of reactors, fusion devices, radiation shielding, and other nuclear systems. It will be valuable as a self-contained .
Life cycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the production of nuclear power (in g CO2e/kWh) are uncertain due partly to a paucity of data on emissions from individual phases of the nuclear fuel cycle. Here, we present the first comprehensive life cycle assessment of GHG emissions produced from the mining and milling of uranium in Canada. The study includes Cited by: 5. Uranium for Nuclear Power: Resources, Mining and Transformation to Fuel discusses the nuclear industry and its dependence on a steady supply of competitively priced uranium as a key factor in its long-term sustainability. A better understanding of uranium ore geology and advances in exploration and mining methods will facilitate the discovery and exploitation of new uranium .
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Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Radiation Programs. Environmental analysis of the uranium fuel cycle. Washington, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Radiation Programs, Field Operations Division, (OCoLC) This report is one part of a three-part analysis of the impact of the various operations within the uranium fuel cycle.
The complete analysis comprises three reports: The Fuel Supply (Part I), Light-Water Reactors (Part II), and Fuel Reprocessing (Part III). Fuel reprocessing also relates to fuel sup- ply; however, this activity has been analyzed separately in part 3 of the environmental analysis of the uranium fuel cycle.
Natural uranium (% uranium) ore is rained and milled to a concentrate containing about 85% U., Errata 40 CFR Environmental Analysis of the Uranium Fuel Cycle: Part III - Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing Author: US EPA/OAR/ORIA/Radiation Protection Division Subject: This document Environmental analysis of the uranium fuel cycle book updates and revisions to 40 CFR Environmental Analysis of the Uranium Fuel Cycle \(Part III Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing\).
Keywords. In the Office of Radiation Programs issued an environmental analysis of the ur,anium fuel cycle, which was is~ued in three volumes covering fuel supply, power reactors, and fuel reprocessing. Sub sequent to the issuance of this analysis, the Agency proposed environmental radiation protection standards on May 29,for.
Environmental Analysis of the Uranium Fuel Cycle. Slide 2. Background SNL performed a review of Title 40 CFR Part EPA’s environmental analysis of nuclear fuel reprocessing Review of Environmental Analysis of the Uranium Fuel Cycle - Sandia National Laboratories. The nuclear fuel cycle starts with exploration for uranium and the development of mines to extract uranium ore.
A variety of techniques are used to locate uranium, such as airborne radiometric surveys, chemical sampling of groundwater and soils, and exploratory drilling to understand the underlying geology. The uranium fuel cycle includes all the steps of using uranium to generate electricity (fission), from mining to disposal/storage.
These steps are described below. Uranium Recovery. Uranium ore is mined--much like coal--from underground mines or surface the USA, a ton (2, pounds) of uranium ore usually contains about 3 to 10 pounds of uranium. Nuclear industry models --Summary of environmental considerations --Overview of total nuclear fuel cycle --Uranium mining --Uranium milling --Uranium hexafluoride production --Uranium enrichment --Fuel fabrication --Irradiated fuel reprocessing --Radioactive waste management --Transportation Uranium mining --Uranium milling --UF6 production.
The results indicate that the extent of recycle is generally a more important predictor of environmental metric performance than whether the fuel cycle uses uranium or thorium, although there are.
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However, thorium only comprises about 2% of the total natural resource requirements of the system while natural uranium comprises the other 98% (SNL, ); thus, the system is better described as a uranium-based fuel cycle with minor amounts of thorium added for specific functional by: 1.
cycle is the cradle-to-grave life cycle from extracting uranium ore from the earth through power production in a nuclear reactor to permanent disposal of the resulting spent nuclear fuel. The front-end of the nuclear fuel cycle considers the portion of the nuclear fuel cycle leading up to electrical power production in a nuclear Size: 1MB.
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This book covers the entire nuclear fuel cycle, from mining uranium ore to disposal of radioactive wastes. It is intended for a broad audience of nonspecialist readers.Energy and the Environment Cost- Benefit Analysis originates from a conference, the objective of which is to set a global standard to measure the cost and benefit of human’s production of energy.
The book focuses on the analysis of the societal and ecological effects of such a production. It also enumerates some existing sources of energy.