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Corrosion of irradiated steel in cementitious environment: speciation of carbon-14
Guillemot, T., Wieland, E., Kunz, D., Tits, J., Salazar, G., & Szidat, S. (2019). Corrosion of irradiated steel in cementitious environment: speciation of carbon-14. Presented at the 5th International workshop on mechanisms and modelling of waste / cement interaction. Karlsruhe, Germany.
Understanding the carbon speciation during iron corrosion in alkaline anoxic conditions for safety assessment of radioactive waste repositories
Guillemot, T., Wieland, E., Kunz, D., & Cvetković, B. (2019). Understanding the carbon speciation during iron corrosion in alkaline anoxic conditions for safety assessment of radioactive waste repositories. Presented at the 7th international workshop on long-term prediction of corrosion damage in nuclear waste systems (LTC 2019). Nancy, France.
EURAD ACED. Assessment of chemical evolution of ILW and HLW disposal cells
Jacques, D., Dauzères, A., Dejssmann, G., Govaerts, J., Holt, E., Kosakowski, G., … Neeft, E. (2019). EURAD ACED. Assessment of chemical evolution of ILW and HLW disposal cells. Presented at the 9th European commission conference on EURATOM research and training in radioactive waste management (EURADWASTE '19). Pitesti, Romania.
Bentonite backfill performance in a high-level waste repository: a geochemical perspective
Jenni, A., Wersin, P., Thoenen, T., Baeyens, B., Ferrari, A., Gimmi, T., … Leupin, O. (2019). Bentonite backfill performance in a high-level waste repository: a geochemical perspective (Nagra: technical report, Report No.: NTB 19-03). Wettingen: National Cooperative for the Disposal of Radioactive Waste (Nagra).
Influence of temperature pulse on a cementitious near field
Kosakowski, G., & Lothenbach, B. (2019). Influence of temperature pulse on a cementitious near field. Presented at the EGU general assembly 2019. Vienna, Austria.
Modelling diffusion of sorbing cations in Opalinus Clay
Krejci, P., Gimmi, T., & Van Loon, L. (2019). Modelling diffusion of sorbing cations in Opalinus Clay. Presented at the Goldschmidt. Barcelona.
Mechanism of metal uptake by clay minerals ― X-ray spectroscopy and molecular modelling study
Kéri, A. G. (2019). Mechanism of metal uptake by clay minerals ― X-ray spectroscopy and molecular modelling study (Doctoral dissertation). Universität Bern, Bern, 191 p.
Fe in GGBFS: new insights from laboratory experiments and synchrotron-based investigations
Mancini, A., Wieland, E., Lothenbach, B., Dähn, R., & Wehrli, B. (2019). Fe in GGBFS: new insights from laboratory experiments and synchrotron-based investigations. Presented at the 15th International congress on the chemistry of cement (ICCC 2019). Prague, Czech Republic.
Fe in GGBFS: new insights from laboratory experiments and synchrotron-based investigations
Mancini, A., Wieland, E., Lothenbach, B., Dähn, R., & Wehrli, B. (2019). Fe in GGBFS: new insights from laboratory experiments and synchrotron-based investigations. In J. Gemrich (Ed.), Proceedings of the 15th international congress on the chemistry of cement (ICCC 2019): Vol. 2. ICCC Prague 2019 - 15th international congress on the chemistry of cement. Prague: Research Institute of Binding Materials Prague.
Effect of redox conditions on sulfur and selenium binding in AFm phases
Nedyalkova, L., Lothenbach, B., Tits, J., Wieland, E., & Mäder, U. (2019). Effect of redox conditions on sulfur and selenium binding in AFm phases. In M. Altmaier, V. Montoya, L. Duro, & A. Valls (Eds.), KIT scientific reports: Vol. 7752. Proceedings of the second workshop of the Horizon 2020 CEBAMA Project. https://doi.org/10.5445/KSP/1000084618
Iodine uptake by AFm phases
Nedyalkova, L., Lothenbach, B., Wieland, E., Mäder, U., & Tits, J. (2019). Iodine uptake by AFm phases. Presented at the 5th international workshop on mechanisms and modelling of waste / cement interaction. Karlsruhe, Germany.
Long-term performance of cementitious materials used in nuclear waste disposal - a case study at SCK•CEN
Phung, Q. T., Seetharam, S., Perko, J., Maes, N., Jacques, D., Liu, S., … Patel, R. A. (2019). Long-term performance of cementitious materials used in nuclear waste disposal - a case study at SCK•CEN. In R. Caspeele, L. Taerwe, & D. M. Frangopol (Eds.), Life-cycle of civil engineering systems. Life-cycle analysis and assessment in civil engineering: towards an integrated vision. sine loco: Taylor & Francis.
A microfluidic experiment and pore scale modelling for assessing mineral precipitation and dissolution in confined spaces
Poonoosamy, J., Deissmann, G., Mahrous, M., Curti, E., Churakov, S., Klinkenberg, M., … Prasianakis, N. (2019). A microfluidic experiment and pore scale modelling for assessing mineral precipitation and dissolution in confined spaces. Presented at the Goldschmidt 2019. Barcelona, Spain.
Formate and acetate stability under repository relevant conditions: what can we learn from the literature?
Tits, J., & Wieland, E. (2019). Formate and acetate stability under repository relevant conditions: what can we learn from the literature?. Presented at the 5th International workshop on mechanisms and modelling of waste / cement interaction. Karlsruhe, Germany.
Modelling transport of sorbed species in clays: a case example of cesium in Opalinus Clay
Krejci, P., Gimmi, T., & Van Loon, L. (2018). Modelling transport of sorbed species in clays: a case example of cesium in Opalinus Clay. Presented at the Computational methods for water resources XXII (CMWR 2018). Saint-Malo, France.
Interaction of Fe(II, III) with cement phases in anoxic conditions
Mancini, A., Wieland, E., Lothenbach, B., Dähn, R., & Wehrli, B. (2018). Interaction of Fe(II, III) with cement phases in anoxic conditions. Presented at the NUWCEM 2018. Cement-based materials for nuclear wastes. Avignon, France.
CArbon-14 source term CAST. Final synthesis report on results from WP2 (D2.18)
Mibus, J., Diomidis, N., Wieland, E., & Swanton, S. (2018). CArbon-14 source term CAST. Final synthesis report on results from WP2 (D2.18). sine loco: European Commission.
Release and speciation of <sup>14</sup>C during the corrosion of activated steel in deep geological repositories for the disposal of radioactive waste
Mibus, J., Diomidis, N., Wieland, E., & Swanton, S. W. (2018). Release and speciation of 14C during the corrosion of activated steel in deep geological repositories for the disposal of radioactive waste. In A. J. T. Jull (Ed.), Radiocarbon: Vol. 60. The European Commission “CAST (CArbon-14 Source Term)” project – a summary of the main results from the final symposium (pp. 1657-1670). https://doi.org/10.1017/RDC.2018.138
Development of pore-scale model for ingress of CO<sub>2</sub> brine through cement paste
Patel, R. A., & Prasianakis, N. I. (2018). Development of pore-scale model for ingress of CO2 brine through cement paste. In M. Azenha, D. Schlicke, F. Benboudjema, & A. Jędrzejewska (Eds.), RILEM proceedings: Vol. PRO 121. SynerCrete'18. Interdisciplinary approaches for cement-based materials and structural concrete: synergizing expertise and bridging scales of space and time. Final conference of COST Action TU1404. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1405563
Pore-scale modeling: a tool for exploring mechanisms of reactive transport processes in cementitious materials
Patel, R. A., Prasianakis, N. I., & Kulik, D. A. (2018). Pore-scale modeling: a tool for exploring mechanisms of reactive transport processes in cementitious materials. In G. Ye (Ed.), Vol. PRO 126. Workshop on concrete modelling and material behaviour in honor of Professor Klaas van Breugel. Paris: RILEM Publications.
 

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