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25 cm . 7 cal/cm2sec°C valid for SRL 131/Stage 1 waste glass above 900°C. This allows Q = dT/dt, a critical cooling rate to avoid crystallization to be estimated for DWPF glasses depending on the temperature of the Inconel® 690 substrate. , as the AT=TL-T S , the degree of undercooling increases. 7°C/sec is needed to prevent crystallization (see Table VII). g. 1040°C [7], a cooling rate of

The measured REDOX of the EA glass was greater than expected. Microscopic investigation of the EA glass standard indicated that it was contaminated with metal filings from the Tekmar grinder. This did not affect the REDOX of the pour stream sample since it was ground with a non-metallic Wig-L-Bug. A second pour stream sample and EA glass standard were both ground with the Wig-L-Bug to prevent metal contamination and the REDOX was re-measured in triplicate in the SRNL Shielded Cells (see Table VI).

A second pour stream sample and EA glass standard were both ground with the Wig-L-Bug to prevent metal contamination and the REDOX was re-measured in triplicate in the SRNL Shielded Cells (see Table VI). 18 indicating that the problems with iron contamination had been avoided by using the Wig-L-Bug. 20 in agreement with the previous values determined in Table VI. 15 based on the new Electron Equivalents REDOX correlation [15], This indicates that the REDOX model [1,15] predictions and batching in the DWPF SRAT and melter are working correctly and are on target.

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