Appendix F

Abbreviations Used In The Main Text Of This Report

ACM

Anode-Cathode Modules

ANL

Argonne National Laboratory

ANL-E

Argonne National Laboratory-East (Illinois)

ANL-W

Argonne National Laboratory-West (Idaho)

DOE

U.S. Department of Energy

DOE-NE

U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Nuclear Energy, Science and Technology

DOE-RW

U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Radioactive Waste

EIS

Environmental Impact Statement

EMT

Electrometallurgical Technology

ER

Electrorefiner

EBR-II

Experimental Breeder Reactor II

FCF

Fuel-Conditioning Facility

FP

Fission Product

GBS

Glass-Bonded Sodalite

GMODS

Glass-Material Oxidation and Dissolution System

HIC

High-Integrity Canister

HIP

Hot Isostatic Pressing

HLW

High-Level Waste

HTER

High-Throughput Electrorefiner

INEEL

Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory

LLW

Low-Level Waste

NRC

National Research Council

OCRWM

Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management (U.S. Department of Energy)

ORNL

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

PAC

Plasma Arc Centrifugal (system)

PNL

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

RCRA

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act

R&D

Research and Development

SNF

Spent Nuclear Fuel

SRS

Savannah River Site

TRU

Transuranic Elements



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ELECTROMETALLURGICAL TECHNIQUES FOR DOE SPENT FUEL TREATMENT: SPRING 1998 STATUS REPORT ON ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY'S R&D ACTIVITY Appendix F Abbreviations Used In The Main Text Of This Report ACM Anode-Cathode Modules ANL Argonne National Laboratory ANL-E Argonne National Laboratory-East (Illinois) ANL-W Argonne National Laboratory-West (Idaho) DOE U.S. Department of Energy DOE-NE U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Nuclear Energy, Science and Technology DOE-RW U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Radioactive Waste EIS Environmental Impact Statement EMT Electrometallurgical Technology ER Electrorefiner EBR-II Experimental Breeder Reactor II FCF Fuel-Conditioning Facility FP Fission Product GBS Glass-Bonded Sodalite GMODS Glass-Material Oxidation and Dissolution System HIC High-Integrity Canister HIP Hot Isostatic Pressing HLW High-Level Waste HTER High-Throughput Electrorefiner INEEL Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory LLW Low-Level Waste NRC National Research Council OCRWM Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management (U.S. Department of Energy) ORNL Oak Ridge National Laboratory PAC Plasma Arc Centrifugal (system) PNL Pacific Northwest National Laboratory RCRA Resource Conservation and Recovery Act R&D Research and Development SNF Spent Nuclear Fuel SRS Savannah River Site TRU Transuranic Elements