Presentation on theme: "MMSK UNPP NORTH-WESTERN INTERNATONAL CLEANER PRODUCTION CENTRE PRESENTS INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES MAGNESIA-MINERAL-SALT COMPOSITION HIGH PROTECTED UNDERGROUND."— Presentation transcript:
MMSK UNPP NORTH-WESTERN INTERNATONAL CLEANER PRODUCTION CENTRE PRESENTS INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES MAGNESIA-MINERAL-SALT COMPOSITION HIGH PROTECTED UNDERGROUND NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS
EFFECTIVE MATERIAL FOR IMMOBILIZATION OF RADIOACTIVE WASTES Magnesia-mineral-salt composition (MMSC) is blended on the base of inexpensive and prevailing natural minerals and wastes of metallurgic production. MMSC's characteristics significantly exceed technical requirements for materials for nuclear wastes immobilisation (state standard GOST R 51883-2002) MMSC do not require high power inputs as at vitrification process. This parameter is similar to power inputs at concreting process Technological equipment for MMSC production and use is similar to serial concreting equipment. MMSC has similar basic consumer characteristics as "Sinrok" material, but the cost price is much lower MMSC obtains high-strength, poor-porous special surface layer, with beauty non-inferior to mother-of perl Methods of nuclear wastes immobilisation are protected by patents and certificates: Invention, diploma # 212 from 02.08.2002 Russian Federation Patent 2211137 from 28.04.2001 Russian Federation Patent 2214011 from 10.10.2001 MAGNESIA-MINERAL-SALT COMPOSITION
Main characteristics of Magnesia-mineral-salt composition 17%25%Frost-resistance - is characterized by mechanical strength, reduction of which at multiple freezing and defrosting (from - 40 0 C to +400 0 C) can't exceed 25% at that mechanical strength have not to be below the permissible strength limit at pressure Not more than 5%25%Resistance to long staying in water - is characterized by mechanical strength, reduction of which for 90 days can't exceed 25% at that mechanical strength have not to be below the permissible strength limit at pressure 5,7%25%Radiation stability - is characterized by mechanical strength, reduction of which at maximal radiation absorbed dose of 10 6 Gy can't exceed 25%, at that mechanical strength have not to be below the permissible strength limit at pressure 10 -4 10 -3 Leaching, g/cm 2 day, not more 3505Mechanical strength at pressure, MPa MMSCGOST R 51883-2002 requirements Value Characteristics MAGNESIA-MINERAL-SALT COMPOSITION
Possible areas of Magnesia-mineral-salt composition application Nuclear Power Plants Immobilisation of Liquid Nuclear Wastes (LNW) Immobilisation of silt residue from reservoirs of spent nuclear fuel exposure and LNW storage tanks Immobilisation of tritium water Liquidation of leakage in reservoirs of spent nuclear fuel exposure Immobilisation of ash from Solid Nuclear Wastes (SNW) incineration Combines RADON Immobilisation of LNW Immobilisation of ash from SNW incineration Enterprises for nuclear fuel processing Immobilisation of LNW Immobilisation of silt residue from reservoirs of spent nuclear fuel exposure and LNW storage tanks Liquidation of leakage in reservoirs of spent nuclear fuel exposure Nuclear-powered submarines and nuclear technical service vessels utilization Immobilisation of silt residue from reservoirs of spent nuclear fuel exposure and LNW storage tanks Immobilisation of LNW Conservation of large nuclear and radiation dangerous objects Conservation of reactor blocks with active emergency zones MAGNESIA-MINERAL-SALT COMPOSITION
HIGH PROTECTED UNDERGROUND NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS An idea to allocate an atomic power plant under the ground to reduce the risk of radioactive environmental pollution in case of a reactor accident appeared in the 50-es of the 20th century. A reliable shelter for a nuclear power facility and storages of spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste against any anthropogenic and natural external forces can be ensured by the thickness of the Earth bowels. In that case the hermetization of the underground volume that incorporates them guarantees that any radiation accident will be localized in such a volume. This is the essence of the UNPP concept that rates above everything the public safety and the environmental protection.
HIGH PROTECTED UNDERGROUND NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS The competitiveness of UNPP is due to the maximum effective (up to 80 %) utilization of its thermal energy and unique radiation services, as well as thanks to the practiced technologies of construction, operation and replacement upon expiration of service life. The ecological advantages of atomic power engineering, characteristic of the rated operating conditions of many hundreds of NPP units, on the one hand, and the production capabilities of shipbuilding technology conversion emerged in the late 80-es, on the other hand, became a prerequisite of effective inculcation of the equipment of atomic vessel machine-building and instrument-making in commercial atomic power plants.
HIGH PROTECTED UNDERGROUND NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS THE FOLLOWING SHIPBUIDING TECHNOLOGIES ARE APPLIED IN UNPP: Compactness ensured by the turnkey industrial manufacturing of atomic electric modules, which will allow allocating them under the ground for the period of operation and later withdrawing them for subsequent disposal at a plant. Modularity that contributes to unification of the equipment being mass produced and supplied as well as timely repaired in a centralized way at the ship-repair facilities or shipyards. Flexibility providing full adaptation of the plant power to any loading schedule of consumer mains. Approbation of the applied equipment in the fleet that ensures the shortest time possible for equipping UNPP and its attractiveness for investments. Shock resistance of equipment that guaranties reliable operation of UNPP in any seismic region. Universality of technologies that permits allocation of power modules both in the coastal and continental territories. The plants allocated in mines, adits, and tunnels equally guarantee consumers an uninterruptible power supply and safety.
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¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ soil 50 m reinforced concrete tubing -100 mm UNPP2 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ¤ reinforced concrete 800 mm steel 36 mm WWR- 640 1 GBU-8, GBU-16 KPAGM- 190 TNTeq.> 190kg GBU-28, GBU-12 TNTeq.> 87kg "Bullpap" TNT eq. > 60 kg М>90t V>100 m/c М up to 90т V up to 100 m/c Am mu- nitio n TNT eq. 50t. Car with explo- sive TNT eq. 10 t. High- explosive Concrete- piercing "Attack" "Atlant" "Cornet"M>20t V>215 m/c М up to 20t V up to 215 m/c Material of shelter Diversions, terrorism Bombs, missiles with hollow charge Light jet weaponAircraft fallProtective barrier of facility Type # NPP comparative protections against destructive effect of modern weapons and in the threat of ¤ - Protected against destructive effect; ■ Unprotected against destructive effect
HIGH PROTECTED UNDERGROUND NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS UNPP comparative protections against natural disasters and technogem'c threats ● Possible impact of the event
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Social and economic status of UNPP comprises: high consumer qualities due to a multi-module structure of UNPP that reliably guaranties uninterruptible production of not just electric power but also marketable heating almost independently of season and transport conditions; possibility to install UNPP in the area with any population density due to the fact that the stability of the underground shelter for radiation hazardous elements (reactor facility, storage of SNF and RW) will not be broken under any conditions. UNPPs are invulnerable against any external natural, technogenic and anthropogenic impacts, and any internal accident with radiation hazardous elements will be Localized by a single barrier having strong structure and tight sealing preventing emission of radioactive substances into the environment. investments attractiveness of the project that is based upon experience of operating the prototype nuclear facilities, fast manufacturing of the electric power modules at the existing shipyards and their transportability, the industrial methods of sinking and drifting of underground areas that allow to construct and maintain the plant in any region of the planet. possibility to maintain the plants with the help of existing ship-repair facilities and shipyards. This makes it unnecessary to build repair-shops directly at the UNPP sites and simplifies decommissioning of UNPP, which will be limited to express substitution of spent electric power modules with the new ones. The competitiveness of the UNPP commercial parameters based on shipbuilding technologies makes them to be a profitable branch of domestic atomic vessel machine building and instrument making. When exporting the UNPP equipment the Russian side ensures the following: 1. Training of local personnel. Dismantlement of equipment and disposal of spent nuclear fuel at its own plants
HIGH PROTECTED UNDERGROUND NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS The main parameters of standard four-module UNPP of adit type Easily adaptable to any loading schedule of mains 1% Nnom/sReactor facility adaptation in the range 10 -100% Reactor facilities and SNF storages are sheltered against any technogenic accidents, natural disasters or military (terrorist) actions over 50mRock layer thickness over the tunnel 5 safety barriers, evacuation of population is not required, no limitation for population density in the vicinity of NPP 4INES scale levelRadiation safety of the population living in the immediate vicinity of the plant 4yearsFuel core operating period Underground premises lifetime is not less than 100 years 30yearsLifetime of electric power module (accounting compensation of peak loads) Annual production of electric power 2.1 billion kW » h 8760Hours per yearUninterrupted electric power supply about 120peoplePersonnel number 3.5-4yearPeriod of turnkey construction of a serial plant Normative coefficients accountedabout 1.0cent/kW · hPrime cost of electric energy Biotechnological complex accountedabout 1000,0Dollar/kWConstruction capital costs up to 234 (200)MW (Gcal/h)Ultimate thermal capacity 4 modules x 75.0 MW300MWRated electric power NoteAmountUnits Parameters
HIGH PROTECTED UNDERGROUND NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS about 1 % of construction expenses -Expenses for decommissioning of UNPP do not exist-Expenses for construction of a special adjacent settlement not applied_Post-project accident warranty expenses minimal-Area occupied by electric power carriers (rides, supports) Biotechnological complex is usedup to 80%Disposal of thermal waste Sanitation and protection zone is combined with a security zone about 1Km2Size of the ground area Ensured by vending shipyardby units and modules Repair Processing at a special plant Storage in an isolated state Storage on a special ground Temporary storage in the underground premises Disposal in an underground premises Using technology of marine atomic power plants -Means of disposal: - spent nuclear fuel -radioactive waste -radioactive structures No permanent watch in the UNPP underground premises --Degree of automation Shipment to the site of operation or disposal by sea --Transportation of electric power modules Ensured by ship structures1Flame resistance VSN 01-67Fire resistance Ensured by ship structuresnot less than 9MSK-64 scale level, magnitudeShock and seismic resistance of reactor facility
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