Technology and Installation for Radioactive Graphite Treatment.
Complex Installation for radioactive Metal Waste Treatment.
#0538Packing Nuclear Fuel
Development of Scientific Foundations of the Technology of the Metal Matrix Packing of Leaky Unreprocessible Spent Nuclear Fuel of Different Purpose Reactors for a Long-term Environmentally Safe Storage.
Experimental and Theoretical Studies on the Influence of Fluids on the Structural and Physiological Mechanical Properties of Rick Materials in Nuclear Waste Burial Sites
Study of Gas- and Molten-Fluoride Separation and Transmutation for Accelerator Based Plutonium Disposition and Nuclear Waste Treatment
Development, Assembling and Testing of Pilot Plant for Conversion of Uranium Hexe-fluoride Depleted on Isotope U-235 to Uranium Metal and Anhydrous Hydrogen Fluoride
Technology of Producing the Material-like Matrices by High-Temperature Sorption and Gesostatic Pressing for Storage and Disposal of Radioactive Waste Containing Long-lived Transuranium Elements
Utilization of Heavy Water of Nuclear Industry in Biology and Medicine
Development of Technology for Cleaning Radionuclide-Contaminated Noncombustible Surface with the Use of Exothermic Metallic Mixtures with Adsorption- Thermal Action
Development of the Technology for Partitioning of Radioactive Waste Arising in Spent Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing
Safe Transference of Spent Fuel Assemblies from Near-Reactor Storage Pools to Long-term "Dry" Storage
Investigation of Interaction of Laser Radiation with Radioactive Deposits on the metal Surface and Creation of Experimental Stand for Development of Laser Technology for Remote Treatment of Materials Contaminated with Radioactive Substances at the Atomic
Development of Technology for Fire and Explosion Safe Storage of Wastes from Industrial Processing of Metallic Uranium
Development of Compositions and Technologies for Conditioning Radioactive Waste from Nuclear Power Installations in North-West region of Russia (Radiorok)
Development of Iodine-129 Separation During Reprocessing of Spent Nuclear Fuel, Concentrating and Obtaining of the Forms, Suitable for a Long Term Storage of Burial
Mastering Technology and Equipment Based on Induction Melters with “Cold” Crucible for conditioning Active Metal Waste and Thermal Insulation Materials Arising at Operating and Decommissioned NPP and Radiochemical Plants to Storage and final Disposal
Research of Properties of Capillary Cement Materials (CCM) and of Possibility of their Application for Want of Construction and Repair of Objects with a Radiation Load
Electron-Beam Removal of Organic Admixtures from Industrial Wastewaters Including Liquid Radioactive Wastes
Supercritical Fluids – Basis of Fundamentally New Technologies of Radioactive Waste Conversion
Design of Pilot-Scale Unit and Field Testing of Electrokinetic Cleanup of Soils Contaminated with Radionuclides and Heavy Metals