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A Review Process and a Database for Waste-Package Documents

  • Charles G. Interrante (a1), Carla A. Messina (a2) and Anna C. Fraker (a3)

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The work reported here is part of a program conducted by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission on the efficacy of proposed plans for radionuclide containment for long-term storage of high-level nuclear waste (HLW). An important element of that program is the review and evaluation of available literature on components of a waste package. A review process and a database have been developed and tailored to provide information quickly to an individual who has a question about a particular material or component of a waste package. The database is uniquely suited to serve as a guide to indicate special areas where data and information needs exist on questions related to radionuclide containment. Additions to the database are made as information becomes available, and this source is as current as the published literature. A description of the review process and the database is given.

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1. Comprehensive Data Base, Nuclear Waste Materials Characterization Center, Pacific Northwest Laboratories, Richland, WA 99352, in progress, (1990).
2. Title 10 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 60-Disposal of High-Level Radioactive Wastes in Geologic Repositories: Section 60.113(a)(ii)(B), United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, (1988).
3. Interrante, C. G., Evaluation and Compilation of DOE Waste Package Test Data, NUREG/CR-4735, Vol. 5, (1989).

A Review Process and a Database for Waste-Package Documents

  • Charles G. Interrante (a1), Carla A. Messina (a2) and Anna C. Fraker (a3)

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