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Nuclear waste storage and GDF environments

In situ time-dependent characterisation of corrosion processes in nuclear waste storage and GDF environments

Managing radioactive nuclear waste through long-term geological disposal with safe interim storage above ground

http://gow.epsrc.ac.uk/NGBOViewGrant.aspx?GrantRef=EP/I036397/1

Budget: 
£746,015.00
Project date: 
Saturday, October 1, 2011 to Tuesday, March 31, 2015

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Dr Dirk Engelberg

Dr Engelberg’s research group focuses on the development of multi-scale assessment approaches for the prediction, simulation and mitigation of environment-assisted degradation of stainless alloys in nuclear plant, radwaste and oil & gas environment. Dr. Engelberg has broad expertise in metallurgy, microstructure and grain boundary engineering, electrochemistry, and the application of in-situ characterisation techniques, including x-ray computed tomography, image analysis, and 2D/3D image and volume correlation.  

Keywords: 
Surface finishing, Materials, Nuclear waste, Radioactivity, Waste management, Metals, Corrosion, Energy, Thermal energy