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Construction of an underground facility for in-situ experimentation in the boom clay
|Statement||A. Bonne [... et al.].|
|Series||Nuclear science and technology|
|Contributions||Bonne, A., Commission of the European Communities. Directorate-General for Science, Research and Development.|
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SCKCEN started the construction of the existing facility 20 years ago, aiming at performing in situ research in the Boom Clay, a tertiary clay formation identified as a potential host rock for HLW. The in-situ experiments involve the radionuclides HTO, iodide, Am, Tc, inorganic carbon (H14CO3-) and organic carbon (14C-labelled organic matter).
The long-term lab experiments are/were performed with radionuclides (RN) which have the tendency to form “stable” complexes with natural organic matter (NOM) omnipresent in Boom Clay. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): A deep tertiary clay formation, "Boom Clay", present under the Mol-Dessel nuclear site, was selected as a potential host formation for the disposal of high-level and long-lived radioactive waste (HLW).
An underground laboratory (HADES) has now been operational for more than 15 years. EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM DURING THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN UNDERGROUND LABORATORY IN A PLASTIC CLAY LAYER AT M DEPTH1 R. Funcken*, R. Heremans**, P. Manfroy**, M. Mayence* and R.
Vanhaelewyn** *Tractionel Engineering, Brussels, Belgium **CEN/SCK, Mol, Belgium ABSTRACT The construction of a shaft and a experimental gallery has started under Author: R.
Funcken, R. Heremans, P. Manfroy, M. Mayence, R. Vanhaelewyn. The Boom Clay was regarded as a potentially suitable host rock for a geological repository. As the Boom Clay is present underneath the technical domain of the SCK•CEN at Mol, SCK took the initiative for the construction of the HADES (insert link naar Hades onder facilities) underground research facility.
The Boom clay specimens were extracted at a depth of m in the Underground Research Facility (URF) of Mol, Belgium. As noted by Horseman et al. () and commented on by Burland (), the Boom clay is geologically lightly overconsolidated. However, the yield stress of Boom clay is larger than the pre-consolidation pressure owing to creep and.
Boom clay, a stiff clay, has been selected as a potential host formation for the geological disposal of radioactive waste in Belgium. The underground research facility HADES has been constructed to enable various in situ experiments to be performed on Boom clay so as to study the feasibility of high-level radioactive waste disposal, and to provide reliable data on the performance of Boom clay.
The research and development programme on geological disposal for high-level and long-lived waste (HLW) in Belgium was initiated in A deep tertiary clay formation, the Boom Clay, present under the Mol-Dessel nuclear site, was selected as a reference host formation for experimental purposes.
Future in situ experiments include a novel di-monopole experiment that allows in situ monitoring of matrix diffusion to be carried out and one to study diffusion from a shear zone using soluble, non-sorbing radionucide tracers is planned.
Engineered barriers Large-scale process testing full-scale engineered barrier system experiment (FEBEX). Welcome to the main entrance of the Online Geotechnical Engineering Library. Our geotech library provides links to useful publications such as papers, books, manuals, theses, that.
a database can then be used for validation exercises in which in situ experiments are simulated. The Boom clay is a moderately swelling clay of Rupellian age. It is studied at the SCK.
CEN in Belgium as a potential host rock for a radioactive waste repository. TY - BOOK. T1 - Long-term laboratory and in-situ migration experiments in Boom Clay – status AU - Van Laer, Liesbeth. N1 - Score=2. PY - /11/1. Y1 - /11/1. N2 - This report gives an overview of the long-term migration experiments that were set up in the last three decades.
An Underground Research Facility (URF) in Boom Clay formation at a depth of about m at Mol site was built to investigate and demonstrate the feasibility of the disposal concepts and to provide. Purchase Underground Structures, Volume 59A - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book.
ISBN In the context of nuclear waste disposal in clay formations, laboratory experiments were performed to study at reduced scale the excavation damaged zone (EDZ) induced by the construction of galleries in the Boom clay formation. For this purpose, thick-walled hollow cylindrical samples were subjected (after recovery of in situ stress conditions) to a decrease in the inner confining pressure.
Abstract. The Belgian R&D programme on geological disposal for high-level and long-lived waste was initiated at SCK•CEN in A deep tertiary clay, the Boom Clay, was selected as a candidate host formation for experimental purposes, which led between and to the construction of the HADES underground laboratory at m depth (one shaft and two galleries with a total length of.
In this project. suction-controlled experiments have been performed on Boom clay (B), FoCa clay (Fr) and Almeria bentonite (Sp). The aim of these experiments is to test the validity of the interpretive model developed by Alonso and Gens (Alonso et al., ).
and to build a database of unsaturated clay thermo-hydro-mechanical parameters. 4 Construction of the “in situ” physical model at the Underground Educational Facility Josef The construction of the “in situ” model commenced in February and was completed in October Model design The model is made up of four rings each consisting of 8 segments and each of.
In this paper, a comparative modelling exercise from the DECOVALEX project is presented. The exercise is based on in situ experiments, performed at the Tournemire Underground Research Laboratory (URL), run by the IRSN (Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire), in France.
These experiments aim at identifying conditions (e.g. technical specifications, design, construction. • in-situ testing during the field exploration program; • laboratory testing, and • back-analysis based on site performance data The two most common in-situ test methods for use in soil are the Standard Penetration Test, (SPT) and the cone penetrometer test (CPT).
Section describes these tests as well as other in-situ tests. Geotechnical Special Publications (GSP) are the primary outlet of the Geo-Institute for continuing the tradition of geotechnical knowledge transfer. GSPs reflect the broad variety of geotechnical activities, ranging from proceedings of a specialty conference or annual Geo-Institute Congress to guidelines and special reports prepared by technical committees.Construction planning is more difficult in some ways since the building process is dynamic as the site and the physical facility change over time as construction proceeds.
On the other hand, construction operations tend to be fairly standard from one project to another, whereas structural or foundation details might differ considerably from one. Engineering Properties of Soils Based on Laboratory Testing Prof. Krishna Reddy, UIC 14 Test Procedure: (1) Determine and record the mass of an empty, clean, and dry porcelain dish (M P).
(2) Place a part of or the entire oven-dried test specimen from the moisture content experiment (Expt.1) in the porcelain dish and.