Effect of the Compaction Pressure and Ni Content on the Modified Aluminum-Based Perovskite Synthesis Designed to Immobilize the Radioactive Waste in Combustion Mode

E. S. Tarasova, O. Yu Dolmatov, D. S. Isachenko, A. A. Permikin, A. O. Semenov

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The article deals with the synthesis of perovskite-like ceramics matrix material for immobilization of radioactive waste by SHS method. The dependence of the compaction pressure on the synthesis of the samples was established. Synthesis conditions for the matrix with the desired properties of the composition were determined that is acceptable for reliable isolation of radionuclides throughout the long-term storage of waste. The maximum amount of aluminum perovskite is observed when the initial mixture compaction pressure equal to 30 MPa and 25% wt. Nickel.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012046
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Volume135
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2 Aug 2016
Event8th International Scientific Conference on Issues of Physics and Technology in Science, Industry and Medicine - Tomsk, Russian Federation
Duration: 1 Jun 20163 Jun 2016

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Radioactive Waste
Radioactive wastes
Aluminum
Perovskite
Compaction
Nickel
Radioisotopes
Chemical analysis
perovskite

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