Total System Performance Assessment - Viability Assessment (TSPA-VA) Analyses Technical Basis Document - Chapter 6, "Waste Form Degradation, Radionuclide Mobilization, & Transport Through Engineered Barrier System."

@inproceedings{Mast1993TotalSP,
  title={Total System Performance Assessment - Viability Assessment (TSPA-VA) Analyses Technical Basis Document - Chapter 6, "Waste Form Degradation, Radionuclide Mobilization, & Transport Through Engineered Barrier System."},
  author={Peter K. Mast and Robert Andrews and INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK and Bill Bourcier and MOiLLNL and Yeuting and Chen MODES and Jim Duguid MODES and Kevin McCoy and Jerry A. McNeish and Dave Sassani and Eric Siegmann and Christine T. Stockman and Ananda Wijesinghe},
  year={1993}
}
ion is defined as a process of capturing or simplifying complex and multifaceted processes that occur over many spatial and temporal scales in a manner that permits the important aspects of the processes to be included in total-system performance calculations. Abstraction is an essential element of performance assessment because of computer and personnel resource limitations. In particular, probabilistic TSPA predictions require numerous computer simulations to create performance-measure… CONTINUE READING
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