5 edition of Environmental Issues and Waste Management Technologies in the Ceramic and Nuclear Industries (Ceramic Transactions) found in the catalog.
by American Ceramic Society
Written in English
|Contributions||James C. Marra (Editor), Gregory T. Chandler (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||424|
Top 10 Emerging Environmental Technologies. The big Blue Marble, Earth, as seen from space. (Image credit: NASA) Wasteful energy policies, overuse of resources, water supply shortages, global. In Environmental Issues & Waste Management Technologies in the Ceramic & Nuclear Industries VII: Proceedings - Science & Technology in Addressing Environmental Issues in the Ceramic Industry and the Ceramic Science & Technology for the Nuclear Industry Symposiums; rd Annual Meeting, American Ceramic Society, April , , .
Contemporary citizens tend to perceive nuclear energy and nuclear waste issues more pessimistically than does the nuclear technical community (Tanaka, ). The divergence in view cannot be attributed solely to a lack of public understanding or familiarity with radioactivity or with technical aspects of waste management. Nuclear waste—the radioactive by-product from nuclear power generation, nuclear weapons and medical isotope production—is one of the most challenging types of waste for our society to manage. Its high radioactivity requires that it be safely isolated from humans and the environment until it no longer poses a hazard; of the order of a.
Environmental pollution in Japan has accompanied industrialization since the Meiji of the earliest cases was the copper poisoning caused by drainage from the Ashio Copper Mine in Tochigi Prefecture, beginning as early as Repeated floods occurred in the Watarase River basin, and 1, hectares of farmland and towns and villages in Tochigi and Gunma . Within the DOE, the Environmental Management Science Program (EMSP) has sought to advance scientific knowledge and technological solutions to significantly reduce environmental cleanup costs, schedules, and risks. This symposium series book presents leading-edge research in the area of nuclear waste management conducted through the EMSP.
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These proceedings capture advances in the state of knowledge in nuclear and waste materials science and technology. In addition, the proceedings addresses the environmental issues associated with ceramic processing. Included are the status of environmental issues and their solutions, both current and proposed.
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Herman, Sharon Marra, Dane R. Spearing, Lou Vance, John D. Vienna: BooksPrice: $ "Proceedings of the International Symposium on Environmental Issues and Waste Management Technologies in the Ceramic and Nuclear Industries, presented at the 97th Annual Meeting of the American Ceramic Society, held in Cincinnati, May".
Gary L. Smith is the editor of Environmental Issues and Waste Management Technologies in the Ceramic and Nuclear Industries VII, published by Wiley. Sundaram is the editor of Environmental Issues and Waste Management Technologies in the Ceramic and Nuclear Industries VII, published by Wiley.
Dane R. Spearing is the editor of Environmental Issues and Waste Management Technologies. Papers in this volume illustrate the delicate balance that exists among the environment, the processes/technologies that have been used in glass and ceramic industries, as well as the wastes - both nuclear and non-nuclear (hazardous) - that have been generated.
This book helps to foster continued scientific understanding, technological growth, and environmental. Environmental Issues and Waste Management Technologies in the Ceramic and Nuclear Industries IX by John D.
Vienna,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. In addition, ceramics and glasses play a critical role in the nuclear industry.
Nuclear fuels and waste forms for low-level and high-level radioactive, mixed, and hazardous wastes are primarily either ceramic of glass. Effective and responsible environmental stewardship is becoming increasingly more important in the world. This book documents a special collection of articles from a select group of invited prominent scientists from academia, national laboratories and industry who presented their work at the symposia on Environmental and Energy Issues at the Materials Science and Technology (MS&T’08) conference held in Pittsburgh, PA.
"The joint fall meeting of the Basic Science, Cements, Glass & Optical Materials, Electronics, Nuclear & Environmental Divisions [of the American Ceramic Society] and the Electronic Division of the Japanese Ceramic Society, held in San Antonio, Texas, October November 2, ; the International Symposium on Waste Management Technologies in.
"Proceedings of the Environmental Issues and Waste Management Technologies for the Ceramic and Nuclear Industries symposium, held at the 98th Annual Meeting of the American Ceramic Society in Indianapolis, Indiana, April"--Title page verso. Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Title: Ceramic transactions, v. "Proceedings of the Science and Technology in Addressing Environmental Issues in the Ceramic Industry Symposium and the International Symposium on Waste Management Technologies in Ceramic and Nuclear Industries, held at the th Annual meeting of the American Ceramic Societry in Cincinnati, Ohio, May"--Title page verso.
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Environmental Issues and Waste Management Technologies in the Ceramic and Nuclear Industries (Ceramic Transactions). Composed from two symposia conducted at the Annual Meeting of The American Ceramic Society, this new volume details the advances in the state of knowledge in nuclear and waste materials science and technology.
Highlighted are areas of rapid change such as in the application, development, and testing of ceramics and glasses in the nuclear and waste industries. Radioactive wastes from the nuclear industry are classified into low, intermediate and high activity levels, and problems of their storage and release examined in detail.
Current means of storage are considered with reference to processing of low and intermediate level liquid waste, processing of high level waste, processing of airborne waste, and ground disposal and processing of solid waste.
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