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Thermal and Radiation Effects in the Range of the Glass Transition Temperature Tg

  • G. Malow (a1)


Licencing procedures for the disposal of vitrified HLW require that there should be no unforeseen changes in the product properties prior to and after emplacement of the waste. Such changes could occur upon deliberate or accidental self-heating of the glass up to or even beyond the glass transformation temperature, Tg, over extended periods of time. Hence, an evaluation of the consequences of excessively high temperatures in the waste form is necessary.



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