Development of the ERIX process for reprocessing spent FBR-MOX fuel - Outline of the process and recent research results

Yuezhou Wei, Tsuyoshi Arai, Mikio Kumagai, Aime Bruggeman

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Abstract

To develop an advanced technology for reprocessing spent FBR-MOX fuel, we have proposed a new aqueous reprocessing system named ERIX Process (The Electrolytic Reduction and Ion Exchange Process). This process consists of (1) Pd removal by selective adsorption using a specific anion exchanger; (2) electrolytic reduction for the valence adjustment of the major actinides including U, Pu, Np and some fission products such as Tc and Ru; (3) anion exchange separation for the recovery of U, Pu and Np using a new type of anion exchanger, AR-01; and (4) selective separation of long-lived minor actinides (MA=Am, Cm) by extraction chromatography. In this work, a hot test using an irradiated MOX-fuel solution was carried out by the column packed with SiPyR-N3 anion exchanger to evaluate the removal behavior of Pd contained in spent fuel solution. Furthermore, recent experiment results on electrolytic reduction and anion exchange separation using simulated spent fuel solutions containing U and the platinum group FP elements such as Ru, Rh and Pd are also reported.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGlobal 2003: Atoms for Prosperity: Updating Eisenhowers Global Vision for Nuclear Energy
Pages479-484
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2003
Externally publishedYes
EventGlobal 2003: Atoms for Prosperity: Updating Eisenhower's Global Vision for Nuclear Energy - New Orleans, LA
Duration: 2003 Nov 162003 Nov 20

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OtherGlobal 2003: Atoms for Prosperity: Updating Eisenhower's Global Vision for Nuclear Energy
CityNew Orleans, LA
Period03/11/1603/11/20

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Electrolytic reduction
Negative ions
Ion exchangers
Ion exchange
Actinides
Spent fuels
Fission products
Chromatography
Platinum
Adsorption
Recovery
Experiments

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Wei, Y., Arai, T., Kumagai, M., & Bruggeman, A. (2003). Development of the ERIX process for reprocessing spent FBR-MOX fuel - Outline of the process and recent research results. In Global 2003: Atoms for Prosperity: Updating Eisenhowers Global Vision for Nuclear Energy (pp. 479-484)

Development of the ERIX process for reprocessing spent FBR-MOX fuel - Outline of the process and recent research results. / Wei, Yuezhou; Arai, Tsuyoshi; Kumagai, Mikio; Bruggeman, Aime.

Global 2003: Atoms for Prosperity: Updating Eisenhowers Global Vision for Nuclear Energy. 2003. p. 479-484.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Wei, Y, Arai, T, Kumagai, M & Bruggeman, A 2003, Development of the ERIX process for reprocessing spent FBR-MOX fuel - Outline of the process and recent research results. in Global 2003: Atoms for Prosperity: Updating Eisenhowers Global Vision for Nuclear Energy. pp. 479-484, Global 2003: Atoms for Prosperity: Updating Eisenhower's Global Vision for Nuclear Energy, New Orleans, LA, 03/11/16.
Wei Y, Arai T, Kumagai M, Bruggeman A. Development of the ERIX process for reprocessing spent FBR-MOX fuel - Outline of the process and recent research results. In Global 2003: Atoms for Prosperity: Updating Eisenhowers Global Vision for Nuclear Energy. 2003. p. 479-484
Wei, Yuezhou ; Arai, Tsuyoshi ; Kumagai, Mikio ; Bruggeman, Aime. / Development of the ERIX process for reprocessing spent FBR-MOX fuel - Outline of the process and recent research results. Global 2003: Atoms for Prosperity: Updating Eisenhowers Global Vision for Nuclear Energy. 2003. pp. 479-484
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