The Task 20 project was prematurely closed by DOE on the basis of becoming critical data to the Yucca Mountain project. Task 20 indeed delivered the first, published hydrothermal-ventilation model, MULTIFLUX V1.0 and V1.1 to BSC during 2001 to support the AMR Rev01 report. The numerical model is designed to predict temperature and humidity distributions in and around the emplacement drifts and on the waste packages stored in a ventilated, high-level nuclear waste repository.
Computer software; Humidity – Control; Nevada – Yucca Mountain; Radioactive wastes – Storage; Underground areas – Heating and ventilation – Control ; Temperature control; Ventilation
Civil and Environmental Engineering | Engineering Science and Materials | Geotechnical Engineering | Operations Research, Systems Engineering and Industrial Engineering | Structural Engineering
Yucca Mountain ventilation studies support and associated code enhancements.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/yucca_mtn_pubs/43