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ThermoChimie, the ANDRA Thermodynamic Database

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 March 2012

Lara Duro
Affiliation:
Amphos 21 Consulting S.L., P de Garcia Faria 49-51, Barcelona E-08019 Spain
Mireia Grivé
Affiliation:
Amphos 21 Consulting S.L., P de Garcia Faria 49-51, Barcelona E-08019 Spain
Eric Giffaut
Affiliation:
ANDRA 1/7 rue Jean Monnet - 92298 Chatenay Malabry cedex – France.
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Abstract

ThermoChimie is the thermodynamic data base initially created by ANDRA in 1996, especially designed and qualified for systems of interest for the French high level waste repository concept. This database is supported by an experimental program on actinides and fission products and also on major components of the systems of interest, and it has been continuously updated since its creation. The validation of the database is continuously on-going through geochemical calculations related to the performance assessment of different backfill/buffer materials and/or geological formations. ThermoChimie contains data on major elements (including stability of minerals such as clays, zeolites, cementitious phases), a long list of radioelements, such as actinides and lanthanides, chemotoxic metals, as well as organic and inorganic ligands.

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