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  1. PROJECT HOPE [electronic resource] : A CHEMICAL REPROCESSING PLANT FOR A NUCLEAR POWER ECONOMY

    Washington, D.C. : United States. Dept. of Energy. ; Oak Ridge, Tenn. : distributed by the Office of Scientific and Technical Information, U.S. Dept. of Energy, 1954

    The results of the Hope Project, a completely rationalized reprocessing plant, are summarized. An MTR type fuel element was adopted, with U/sup 233/ replacing the U/sup 235/ and a fuel processing rate of 5.5 kg equivalent of U/sup 233/ per day. The chemical process chosen was solvent extraction, using TBP in Amsco. The Hope plant features continuous dissolving; relaxed, yet safe, criticality criteria; sampling only for process control; a realistic approach to waste storage; and a new operating-maintenance philosophy. It was felt that with the process outlined enriched fuel elements could be reprocessed for about one dollar per gram. (L.M.T.)

    Online OSTI

  2. Project Hope and nursing at Navajo Community College [print]

    Daniel, M. Grace
    Washington : [Project Hope, Dept. of Information Services, People-to-People Health Foundation, c1975]

  3. Two studies by Project HOPE on paying for new technologies in Medicare

    Washington, DC : Medicare Payment Advisory Commission, [2003]

    Online purl.fdlp.gov

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