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Treatment of nuclear mixed waste by induction heating and electromagnetic stirring of a metal/glass bath the PIVIC process.

Abstract : A fusion process based on low-frequency induction heating has been developed to treat mixed radioactive waste and produce biphasic glass/metal canisters compatible with a storage in a geological repository. The direct transfer of inductive power to the metal load ensures that fusion occurs directly in the final container and avoids a pouring stage. A thermal equilibrium develops during fusion between the power transmitted by induction and the power evacuated in the furnace's cooling circuits. The generator's electrical parameters are used to determine the amount of metal present in the canister.
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P. Charvin, F. Lemont, A. Russello. Treatment of nuclear mixed waste by induction heating and electromagnetic stirring of a metal/glass bath the PIVIC process.. EPM 2018 - The 9th Electromagnetic Processing of Materials Conference, Oct 2018, Hyogo, Japan. ⟨cea-02338603⟩

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