Organic end state analysis of tank 241-S-102

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This document provides a record of the organic end state analysis of tank 241-S-102. Tank 241-S-102 is one of twelve 22.9-meter (75-feet) diameter single-shell tanks in the 241-S Tank Farm in the 200 West Area of Hanford. This tank was built in 1951 and has a capacity of 2870 kiloliter (kL) (758 kilogallon [kgal]). Tank 241-S-102 is the second tank in a three tank cascade that includes tanks 241-S-101 and 241-S-103. According to Hanlon (1999), tank 241-S-102 currently contains 2078 kL (549 kgal) of waste comprised of 397 kL (105 kgal) sludge, 1681 kL (444 kgal) saltcake, 0 kL (0 ... continued below

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FOWLER, K.D. June 2, 1999.

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This document provides a record of the organic end state analysis of tank 241-S-102. Tank 241-S-102 is one of twelve 22.9-meter (75-feet) diameter single-shell tanks in the 241-S Tank Farm in the 200 West Area of Hanford. This tank was built in 1951 and has a capacity of 2870 kiloliter (kL) (758 kilogallon [kgal]). Tank 241-S-102 is the second tank in a three tank cascade that includes tanks 241-S-101 and 241-S-103. According to Hanlon (1999), tank 241-S-102 currently contains 2078 kL (549 kgal) of waste comprised of 397 kL (105 kgal) sludge, 1681 kL (444 kgal) saltcake, 0 kL (0 kgal) supernatant. Included in those volumes is 871 kL (230 kgal) drainable interstitial liquid. The pumpable volume is estimated at 848 kL (224 kgal). The waste is designated as double-shell slurry feed (DSSF). Tank 241-S-102 is on the Hydrogen Watch List. Tank 241-S-102 has not been declared as a leaker.

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INIS; OSTI as DE00782402

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  • Report No.: HNF--4095--REV0
  • Grant Number: AC06-96RL13200
  • DOI: 10.2172/782402 | External Link
  • Office of Scientific & Technical Information Report Number: 782402
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc724949

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FOWLER, K.D. Organic end state analysis of tank 241-S-102, report, June 2, 1999; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc724949/: accessed August 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.