active unit for continuous vitrification
The invention is applicable to vitrification techniques.
vitrification of high-level waste
vitrification of high-level liquid waste
The present invention relates to a vitrification method.
The sealing layer is heated and a metal strip is pressed on the sealing layer.
The sealing layer is then cooled, whereby the metal strip is left in contact with the surface of the sealing layer until the same has hardened.
The invention relates to an alumino-borosilicate glass for confining a radioactive liquid effluent having medium activity.
The convex glaze layer (2) and the electrode forming glaze layer (3) are formed of amorphous glass.
The electrode forming glaze layer (3) is formed to be thinner than the convex glaze layer (2), whereby the electrode forming glaze layer (3) can be formed at a lower temperature than the convex glaze layer (2).
It is no longer necessary to sinter the electronic components.
To achieve this at least part of the toner particles has an additional second glass flow component, whose melting temperature is greater than the first glass flow component.
Since consumption and burning of a probe are prevented, highly reliable wafer level burn-in method and system can be provided.
The shape and color of patterns not only depend on the glaze material printed but also are influenced by the consequence of the reaction between the frit layer (2) and the glaze material.
Underglaze figurative hand-painted tableware