The supercritical water oxidation system at the Blue Grass Chemical Agent Destruction Pilot Plant near Richmond, Kentucky is a secondary waste processing reactor that is an important unit in the overall function of the Blue Grass Chemical Agent Pilot Program. This system is designed to reactively destroy the primary products of agent hydrolysis, thus preventing chemical reformation of the original agents. This letter report develops metrics that can be used to determine the success or risks of failure of the system, focusing on safety, corrosion, performance, and reliability, availability, and maintainability.
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|Attachment A: Roster and Biographical Information||25-26|
|Attachment B: References||27-27|
|Attachment C: Acronyms||28-28|
|Attachment D: Acknowledgment of Reviewers||29-29|
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