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Prirodna radioaktivnost uglja i letećeg pepela u termoelektrani „Nikola Tesla B“

Kisić, Dragica M.; Miletić, Saša R.; Radonjić, Vladimir D.; Radanović, Sanja B.; Filipović, Jelena Z.; Gržetić, Ivan A.

(2013)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Kisić, Dragica M.
AU  - Miletić, Saša R.
AU  - Radonjić, Vladimir D.
AU  - Radanović, Sanja B.
AU  - Filipović, Jelena Z.
AU  - Gržetić, Ivan A.
PY  - 2013
UR  - http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/5803
AB  - U termoelektranama (TE) Javnog preduzeća „Elektroprivreda Srbije“ (JP EPS) koje u kotlovima sagorevaju lignit, kao nus produkat nastaje godišnje oko 6 miliona tona letećeg pepela. Potencijalno tržište za upotrebu letećeg pepela postoji, ali ga za sada koriste isključivo cementare. Radioaktivnost letećeg pepela može da predstavlja jedan od važnih razloga protiv njegove šire upotrebe u građevinskoj industriji Srbije. Merenje radioaktivnosti u termoelektranama redovno se sprovodi od 1990. godine. U radu su prikazani rezultati dvadesetogodišnjih merenja radioaktivnosti letećeg pepela u termoelektrani Nikola Tesla B (TENT B) u Obrenovcu. Uporedno su prikazani podaci o sadržaju prirodnih radionuklida u uglju koji se sagoreva u kotlovima TENT B poreklom iz kolubarskog basena i pepelu koji nastaje prilikom sagorevanja uglja. Na osnovu dobijenih rezultata o sadržaju prirodnih radionuklida zaključuje se da se pepeo iz termoelektrane Nikola Tesla B može odlagati uživotnu sredinu. Pepeo se može koristiti i u građevinarstvu, u niskogradnji. Kod primene u visokoj gradnji udeo pepela kao dodataka drugim građevinskim materijalima zavisi kako od njegovih fizičkih i hemijskih karakteristika, tako i od specifične aktivnosti 226Ra, 232Th i 40K.
AB  - Serbian thermal power plants (TPPs) produce Siliceous fly ash from lignite in the quantity of approximately 6 million tons per year. The Potential. Market for the use of fly ash is operational, but for the time being, only Used by cement producers. Fly ash radioactivity could be one of the major points of concern When larger use of fly ash is planned, particularly in the Serbian construction industry. Radioactivity measurements have been conducted regularly from 1980. This paper presents the results of a ten-year fly ash radioactivity measurements at the Nikola Tesla B TPP located in Obrenovac. In addition, the paper compares the natural radionuclides coal content data combusted by the Nikola Tesla B TPP boilers coming from the Kolubara Basin and ash created during coal combustion. Fly ash created in the Nikola Tesla TPPs boilers is characterised by the increased concentration of the natural radionuclides content compared to coal. This is the so-called technologically enhanced natural radioactivity (Technologically Enhanced Occurring Radioactive Material - TENORM) of industrial waste, whereas the average specific activities: Th-232 in coal amount to 25.2 Bq/kg, and in fly ash and coal 84.2 Bq/kg and U-238 38.3 Bq/kg, respectively. Following the obtained natural radionuclides content results it may be concluded that the Nikola Tesla B TPP ash may be disposed into the environment. Ash may be used also in the construction industry (civil engineering). In building construction applications, ash share as the additive to other building materials depends from its physical and chemical characteristics, as well as from the radionuclides activity: Ra-226, Th-232 and K-40. Unlike the thermal power plants regularly (once a year) testing the specific natural radionuclides activity in the combusted coal and boiler fly ash, the Electric Power Industry of Serbia has not performed large-scale investigations of the natural radionuclides content in coal within the Kolubara Mining Basin. Natural radionuclides content in fly ash is compared to the combusted coal some 3-4 times higher and may present a limitation for applying ash in the construction industry. In view of the above, and considering the construction industry interests in using the Nikola Tesla B TPP ash, regular investigations of the natural radionuclides content in ash created in the thermal power plants should be carried out, together with the Kolubara Mining Basin coal combusted by the Nikola Tesla B TPP and other PE EPS thermal power plants. The current Kolubara Mining Basin coal characteristics investigation programme should be supplemented by the natural radionuclides content of the uranium (U-238 and Ra-226) and thorium series (Th-232) and potassium 40(K-40).
T2  - Hemijska industrija
T1  - Prirodna radioaktivnost uglja i letećeg pepela u termoelektrani „Nikola Tesla B“
VL  - 67
IS  - 5
SP  - 729
EP  - 738
DO  - 10.2298/HEMIND121016120K
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Kisić, Dragica M. and Miletić, Saša R. and Radonjić, Vladimir D. and Radanović, Sanja B. and Filipović, Jelena Z. and Gržetić, Ivan A.",
year = "2013",
abstract = "U termoelektranama (TE) Javnog preduzeća „Elektroprivreda Srbije“ (JP EPS) koje u kotlovima sagorevaju lignit, kao nus produkat nastaje godišnje oko 6 miliona tona letećeg pepela. Potencijalno tržište za upotrebu letećeg pepela postoji, ali ga za sada koriste isključivo cementare. Radioaktivnost letećeg pepela može da predstavlja jedan od važnih razloga protiv njegove šire upotrebe u građevinskoj industriji Srbije. Merenje radioaktivnosti u termoelektranama redovno se sprovodi od 1990. godine. U radu su prikazani rezultati dvadesetogodišnjih merenja radioaktivnosti letećeg pepela u termoelektrani Nikola Tesla B (TENT B) u Obrenovcu. Uporedno su prikazani podaci o sadržaju prirodnih radionuklida u uglju koji se sagoreva u kotlovima TENT B poreklom iz kolubarskog basena i pepelu koji nastaje prilikom sagorevanja uglja. Na osnovu dobijenih rezultata o sadržaju prirodnih radionuklida zaključuje se da se pepeo iz termoelektrane Nikola Tesla B može odlagati uživotnu sredinu. Pepeo se može koristiti i u građevinarstvu, u niskogradnji. Kod primene u visokoj gradnji udeo pepela kao dodataka drugim građevinskim materijalima zavisi kako od njegovih fizičkih i hemijskih karakteristika, tako i od specifične aktivnosti 226Ra, 232Th i 40K., Serbian thermal power plants (TPPs) produce Siliceous fly ash from lignite in the quantity of approximately 6 million tons per year. The Potential. Market for the use of fly ash is operational, but for the time being, only Used by cement producers. Fly ash radioactivity could be one of the major points of concern When larger use of fly ash is planned, particularly in the Serbian construction industry. Radioactivity measurements have been conducted regularly from 1980. This paper presents the results of a ten-year fly ash radioactivity measurements at the Nikola Tesla B TPP located in Obrenovac. In addition, the paper compares the natural radionuclides coal content data combusted by the Nikola Tesla B TPP boilers coming from the Kolubara Basin and ash created during coal combustion. Fly ash created in the Nikola Tesla TPPs boilers is characterised by the increased concentration of the natural radionuclides content compared to coal. This is the so-called technologically enhanced natural radioactivity (Technologically Enhanced Occurring Radioactive Material - TENORM) of industrial waste, whereas the average specific activities: Th-232 in coal amount to 25.2 Bq/kg, and in fly ash and coal 84.2 Bq/kg and U-238 38.3 Bq/kg, respectively. Following the obtained natural radionuclides content results it may be concluded that the Nikola Tesla B TPP ash may be disposed into the environment. Ash may be used also in the construction industry (civil engineering). In building construction applications, ash share as the additive to other building materials depends from its physical and chemical characteristics, as well as from the radionuclides activity: Ra-226, Th-232 and K-40. Unlike the thermal power plants regularly (once a year) testing the specific natural radionuclides activity in the combusted coal and boiler fly ash, the Electric Power Industry of Serbia has not performed large-scale investigations of the natural radionuclides content in coal within the Kolubara Mining Basin. Natural radionuclides content in fly ash is compared to the combusted coal some 3-4 times higher and may present a limitation for applying ash in the construction industry. In view of the above, and considering the construction industry interests in using the Nikola Tesla B TPP ash, regular investigations of the natural radionuclides content in ash created in the thermal power plants should be carried out, together with the Kolubara Mining Basin coal combusted by the Nikola Tesla B TPP and other PE EPS thermal power plants. The current Kolubara Mining Basin coal characteristics investigation programme should be supplemented by the natural radionuclides content of the uranium (U-238 and Ra-226) and thorium series (Th-232) and potassium 40(K-40).",
journal = "Hemijska industrija",
title = "Prirodna radioaktivnost uglja i letećeg pepela u termoelektrani „Nikola Tesla B“",
volume = "67",
number = "5",
pages = "729-738",
doi = "10.2298/HEMIND121016120K"
}
Kisić, D. M., Miletić, S. R., Radonjić, V. D., Radanović, S. B., Filipović, J. Z.,& Gržetić, I. A.. (2013). Prirodna radioaktivnost uglja i letećeg pepela u termoelektrani „Nikola Tesla B“. in Hemijska industrija, 67(5), 729-738.
https://doi.org/10.2298/HEMIND121016120K
Kisić DM, Miletić SR, Radonjić VD, Radanović SB, Filipović JZ, Gržetić IA. Prirodna radioaktivnost uglja i letećeg pepela u termoelektrani „Nikola Tesla B“. in Hemijska industrija. 2013;67(5):729-738.
doi:10.2298/HEMIND121016120K .
Kisić, Dragica M., Miletić, Saša R., Radonjić, Vladimir D., Radanović, Sanja B., Filipović, Jelena Z., Gržetić, Ivan A., "Prirodna radioaktivnost uglja i letećeg pepela u termoelektrani „Nikola Tesla B“" in Hemijska industrija, 67, no. 5 (2013):729-738,
https://doi.org/10.2298/HEMIND121016120K . .
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Uranium and Radium in Water Samples Around the Nikola Tesla B Lignite-Fired Power Plant - Obrenovac, Serbia

Žunić, Zora S.; Mietelski, Jerzy W.; Radanović, Sanja B.; Kierepko, Renata; Ciotoli, Giancarlo; Čeliković, Igor T.; Ujić, Predrag; Kisić, Dragica M.; Bartyzel, Miroslaw; Bogacz, Joanna; Udovicic, Vladimir I.; Simovic, Rodoljub D.

(2011)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Žunić, Zora S.
AU  - Mietelski, Jerzy W.
AU  - Radanović, Sanja B.
AU  - Kierepko, Renata
AU  - Ciotoli, Giancarlo
AU  - Čeliković, Igor T.
AU  - Ujić, Predrag
AU  - Kisić, Dragica M.
AU  - Bartyzel, Miroslaw
AU  - Bogacz, Joanna
AU  - Udovicic, Vladimir I.
AU  - Simovic, Rodoljub D.
PY  - 2011
UR  - http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4295
AB  - This paper deals with the analysis of natural radionuclide content in 23 water samples collected in the vicinity of the Nikola Tesla B thermal power plant, Serbia. All samples were analyzed for (226)Ra and uranium isotopes ((238)U, (234)U) activity using radiochemical methods and alpha spectrometry. Obtained results show that the activity concentrations for uranium and radium in the water around the thermal power plant are low when compared to those from areas across Serbia with their enhanced natural uranium and radium content. No important radiological hazard related to uranium and radium activity stored in heap was found.
T2  - Nuclear technology and radiation protection
T1  - Uranium and Radium in Water Samples Around the Nikola Tesla B Lignite-Fired Power Plant - Obrenovac, Serbia
VL  - 26
IS  - 1
SP  - 11
EP  - 17
DO  - 10.2298/NTRP1101011Z
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Žunić, Zora S. and Mietelski, Jerzy W. and Radanović, Sanja B. and Kierepko, Renata and Ciotoli, Giancarlo and Čeliković, Igor T. and Ujić, Predrag and Kisić, Dragica M. and Bartyzel, Miroslaw and Bogacz, Joanna and Udovicic, Vladimir I. and Simovic, Rodoljub D.",
year = "2011",
abstract = "This paper deals with the analysis of natural radionuclide content in 23 water samples collected in the vicinity of the Nikola Tesla B thermal power plant, Serbia. All samples were analyzed for (226)Ra and uranium isotopes ((238)U, (234)U) activity using radiochemical methods and alpha spectrometry. Obtained results show that the activity concentrations for uranium and radium in the water around the thermal power plant are low when compared to those from areas across Serbia with their enhanced natural uranium and radium content. No important radiological hazard related to uranium and radium activity stored in heap was found.",
journal = "Nuclear technology and radiation protection",
title = "Uranium and Radium in Water Samples Around the Nikola Tesla B Lignite-Fired Power Plant - Obrenovac, Serbia",
volume = "26",
number = "1",
pages = "11-17",
doi = "10.2298/NTRP1101011Z"
}
Žunić, Z. S., Mietelski, J. W., Radanović, S. B., Kierepko, R., Ciotoli, G., Čeliković, I. T., Ujić, P., Kisić, D. M., Bartyzel, M., Bogacz, J., Udovicic, V. I.,& Simovic, R. D.. (2011). Uranium and Radium in Water Samples Around the Nikola Tesla B Lignite-Fired Power Plant - Obrenovac, Serbia. in Nuclear technology and radiation protection, 26(1), 11-17.
https://doi.org/10.2298/NTRP1101011Z
Žunić ZS, Mietelski JW, Radanović SB, Kierepko R, Ciotoli G, Čeliković IT, Ujić P, Kisić DM, Bartyzel M, Bogacz J, Udovicic VI, Simovic RD. Uranium and Radium in Water Samples Around the Nikola Tesla B Lignite-Fired Power Plant - Obrenovac, Serbia. in Nuclear technology and radiation protection. 2011;26(1):11-17.
doi:10.2298/NTRP1101011Z .
Žunić, Zora S., Mietelski, Jerzy W., Radanović, Sanja B., Kierepko, Renata, Ciotoli, Giancarlo, Čeliković, Igor T., Ujić, Predrag, Kisić, Dragica M., Bartyzel, Miroslaw, Bogacz, Joanna, Udovicic, Vladimir I., Simovic, Rodoljub D., "Uranium and Radium in Water Samples Around the Nikola Tesla B Lignite-Fired Power Plant - Obrenovac, Serbia" in Nuclear technology and radiation protection, 26, no. 1 (2011):11-17,
https://doi.org/10.2298/NTRP1101011Z . .
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