The Waste Forms Technology and Performance study examines requirements for waste form technology and performance in the context of the disposal system in which the waste will be emplaced. The Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management requested this interim report to provide timely information for fiscal year 2011 technology development planning. The authoring committee has focused this interim report on opportunities associated with selected aspects of three components of its statement of task. These tasks are:
The committee judges that the opportunities identified in this report are sufficiently mature to justify consideration by DOE-EM as it plans its fiscal year 2011 technology development program.
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|Attachment A: References||15-16|
|Attachment B: Committee on Waste Forms Technology and Performance||17-17|
|Attachment C: Workshop Agenda||18-19|
|Attachment D: Selected Recent Reports on Science and Technologyfor Waste Immobilization||20-20|
|Attachment E: Fluidized Bed Steam Reforming||21-23|
|Attachment F: Joule Heated Melters||24-24|
|Attachment G: Reviewer Acknowledgments||25-25|
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