Wait a second...
Nepřihlášený uživatel
You are here: VŠCHT PrahaFCHTLaboratory of Inorganic Materials → Research → Nuclear waste vitrification → Evolved gas analysis
iduzel: 41712
idvazba: 45078
šablona: stranka
čas: 7.7.2020 14:16:47
verze: 4671
uzivatel:
remoteAPIs:
branch: trunk
Obnovit | RAW

Evolved gas analysis

During the evolved gas analysis, the analyzed sample is placed in a quartz glass test tube and inserted in a tubular laboratory furnace. At the bottom of the test tube, a quartz glass capillary is used to insert the helium (carrier gas) flow. The furnace temperature increases at a defined linear rate. Helium carries the released gases into the gas chromatograph. The result of the analysis is the temperature dependence of the amount of released gases. The sensitivity of the used setup allows analyzing also a trace amount of gases evolving during final stages of the batch to glass conversion and during fining.

LAM_chromatograf (originál) ega (originál)
Figure: Measuring equipment Figure: Results of analysis
Updated: 26.12.2017 20:58, Author: Richard Pokorný

Laboratory of Inorganic Materials Joint Workplace of The UCT Prague and The Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics, v.v.i.
Technická 5
166 28 Prague 6 – Dejvice
IČO: 60461373 / VAT: CZ60461373

Czech Post certified digital mail code: sp4j9ch

Copyright: UCT Prague 2015

Technical support by the Computing Centre.
switch to desktop version