LIST OF TABLES. Table 2-1. Glass Identifiers Included in This Study 2 Table 3-1. Measured and Targeted SO3 Concentrations for the Study Glasses 3 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS DOE U.S. Department of Energy ICP-AES Inductively Coupled Plasma – Atomic Emission Spectroscopy HLW High-Level Waste LAW Low-Activity Waste LRM Low-level Reference Material ORP Office of River Protection PNNL Pacific Northwest National Laboratory SRNL Savannah River National Laboratory TTQAP Task Technical and Quality Assurance Plan wt % weight percent WTP Hanford Tank Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant
LIST OF TABLES. Table 2-1 Pin Assignments 19 Table 3-1 Mode Selection 21 Table 3-2 Pin Strapping 21 Table 5-1 Non-transparent Registers 25 Table 6-1 TLP Format 26 TABLE 7-1 CONFIGURATION REGISTER MAP (00H – FFH) 27 TABLE 7-2 PCI EXPRESS EXTENDED CAPABILITY REGISTER MAP (100H – FFFH) 30 TABLE 7-3 CONTROL AND STATUS REGISTER (CSR) MAP (000H – FFFH) 31 Table 8-1 SM Bus Device ID Strapping 131 Table 10-1 PCIe interrupt message to PCI interrupt mapping in reverse bridge mode 132 Table 10-2 PCI interrupt to PCIe interrupt message mapping in forward bridge mode 132 Table 14-1 Instruction register codes 135 Table 14-2 JTAG device ID register 135 Table 14-3 JTAG boundary scar register definition 135 Table 16-1 Absolute maximum ratings 140 Table 16-2 DC electrical characteristics 140 Table 16-3 PCI bus timing parameters 141 This page intentionally left blank.
LIST OF TABLES. Chapter Two Table 2.1 Modifiable Risk Factors for Developing Breast Cancer 9 Table 2.2 Cell Culture Studies of N-3 and N-6 Fatty Acids on Breast Cancer Growth and Lipids 27 Table 2.3 Animal Studies of N-3 and N-6 Fatty Acids on Breast Cancer Growth and Lipids 34 Table 2.4 Human Studies of N-3 and N-6 Fatty Acids on Breast Cancer Risk 42 Table 2.5 Cell Culture Studies of CLA on Breast Cancer Growth and Lipids 48 Table 2.6 Animal Studies of CLA on Breast Cancer Growth and Lipids 53 Chapter Three Table 3.1 Fatty Acid Composition of a Stearidonic Acid-Enriched Flax Oil (SO) 85 Chapter Four Table 4.1 Whole Cell Phospholipid Composition of MDA-MB-231 Cells , Q F X E D W H G Z L W K 96 0 Table 4.2 Whole Cell Phospholipid Composition of MCF-7 Cells Incubated Z L W K DHA0 $ / $ 97 6 ’ $ Table 4.3 Whole Cell Phospholipid Composition of MCF-12A Cells Incubated Z L W K 0 $ / $ R98 Table 4.4 N-6:N-3 Ratios of Whole Cell Phospholipids of MDA-MB-231, U 6 ’ $ MCF-7 and MCF-$ & H O O V,QFXEDWETA, EPA or DHA. 105 Table 4.5 Whole Cell Phospholipid Composition of MDA-MB-231 Cells , Q F X E D W H G Z L W K Table 4.6 Whole Cell Phospholipid Composition of MCF-7 Cells Incubated Z L W K 0 / $ 110 11*1 0 / $ ’ Table 4.7 Whole Cell Phospholipid Composition of MCF-12A Cells , Q F X E D W H G Z L W K Table 4.8 N-6:N-3 Ratios of Whole Cell Phospholipids of MDA-MB-231, 112 0 MCF-7 and MCF-$ & H O O V,QFXEDWDGLA or AA 118
LIST OF TABLES. Table 2-1. Tank Vapor Sampling Plan24 4 Table 2-2. IH Sensitive Compounds Analyzed in the SRR Tank Vapor Sampling Plan26 5 Table 2-3. Gas Generation Rates for 90°C Thermolysis Testing of Radioactive Hanford Site High- Level Waste Samples32 7 Table 2-4. Gas Generation Rates for Thermolysis Tests Using Simulant AN-10732 8 Table 2-5. Ratios of CH4:H2 for Hanford Site High-Level Waste Radioactive 90 °C Thermolysis Tests32 from Data Shown in Table 2-3 9 Table 2-6. Ratios of CH4:H2 for Hanford Site High-Level Waste Simulant AN-107 Thermolysis Tests32 from Data Shown in Table 2-4 11 Table 2-7. Gas Generation Rates from Thermal Treatment of Hanford Site High-Level Waste Tank U- 10333 13 Table 2-8. Ratios of CH4:H2 for Thermal Treatment of Hanford Site High-Level Waste Tank U-103 Tests33 14 Table 2-9. Gas Yields from Thermolysis Tests of the Reaction of HEDTA in Simulated Waste35 16 Table 2-10. Molar Ratios of CH4:H2 from Thermolysis Tests of HEDTA in Simulated Waste35 16 Table 2-11. Gas Yields from Thermolysis Testing on Various Metal Complexants35 17 Table 2-12. Molar Ratios of Methane to Hydrogen from Thermolysis of Various Metal Complexants at 120 °C for 1,000 h from Data Shown in Table 2-1135 18 Table 2-13. Proposed Chemical Reactions in Hanford Waste as Presented by Stock37 19 Table 2-14. Decomposition Half-lives for Dimethyl Mercury in Various Matrices55 30 Table 2-15. Observed Methyl and Dimethyl Mercury Remaining in Degradation Samples55 30 Table 2-16. Experimental and Calculated Half-lives and Experimental Rate Constants for Dimethyl Mercury Decomposition in 7M NaOH Simulated Tank Waste 32 Table 2-17. Calculated Methane Generation Rates from Dimethyl Mercury Decomposition in 7M NaOH Simulated Tank Waste 33 Table 2-18. Methyl Mercury Decomposition Rate Constants in Reagent Grade Water56 34 Table 2-19. Methyl Mercury Decomposition Rate Constants in Filtered Lake Sediment Pore Water56 34 Table 2-20. Calculated Methane Generation Rates from Methyl Mercury Decomposition in Water 34 Table 2-21. Summary of Various Organic Compounds Used in Caustic Thermolysis Tests 37 Table 2-22. Summary of Results from Various Caustic Thermolysis Tests 37 Table 2-23. NG-CSSX Solvent Components and Possible Degradation Products from ORNL Testing61 ............................................................................................................................................................. 39 Table 2-24. VOCs from Extended Dose Irradiation of CSSX Solvent63 39 Table...
LIST OF TABLES. Table 1.1 Summary of QA/QC Activities: Calibration, Accuracy Checks, Additional QA/QC Activities, and Routine Maintenance Requirements 3 Table 2.1 Range, Accuracy, and Resolution for YSI 556 for Specific Conductivity, Salinity, Water Temperature, pH, Dissolved Oxygen (mg/L and % Saturation), and Barometer 6 Table 2.2 Additional Equipment Details 7 Table 3.1 Summary of Calibration Activities for YSI 556 11 Table 3.2 Summary of Acceptance Criteria and Standards Used for Accuracy Checks to be Performed Prior to Sample Run (pre-run), Half-Way Through the Sample Run (mid-run), and at the End of the Sample Run (post-run) 16 Table 6.1 Sensor Maintenance, Frequency, and Typical Replacement Interval 37 List of Figures Figure 2.1 Photo of YSI 556 Showing Hand-Held Instrument, Cable, and Sonde 5 Figure 2.2 Schematic of YSI 556 Showing Features and Keys 5 Figure 4.1 Surface Water Quality Sample Collection Using a Sampling Wand 25 YSI 556 SOP #001, Version 1.1 vii This page intentionally left blank
LIST OF TABLES. Table 3-1. Maximum ambient concentrations (µg/m3) associated to Tank 40H emissions for 15-minute and 8-hour time period for all receptors 7 LIST OF FIGURES Figure 2-1. Aerial photo of H-Tank farm, with LIDAR elevations (light green contours) around Tank 40 (Ref. 2) 4 Figure 2-2. Three dimensional view of the buildings around Tank 40 for the 20-foot stack height from AERMOD modeling domain. 5 Figure 3-1. STEL Exceedances for Tank 40 with a 20-foot stack and 10 mg/m3 release concentration scenario 8 Figure 3-2. TLV Exceedances for Tank 40 with a 20-foot stack and 10 mg/m3 release concentration scenario 9 Figure 3-3. STEL Exceedances for Tank 40 with a 30-foot stack and 10 mg/m3 release concentration scenario. 10 Figure 3-4. STEL Exceedances for Tank 40 with a 30-foot stack and 25 mg/m3 release concentration scenario. 11 Figure 3-5. STEL Exceedances for Tank 40 with a 30-foot stack and 50 mg/m3 release concentration scenario. 12 Figure 3-6. TLV Exceedances for Tank 40 with a 30-foot stack and 50 mg/m3 release concentration scenario 13 Figure 3-7. STEL Exceedances for Tank 40 with a 40-foot stack and 50 mg/m3 release concentration scenario 14 Figure 3-8. STEL Exceedances for Tank 40 with a 42-foot stack and 50 mg/m3 release concentration scenario 15 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ACGIH American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists AMS American Meteorological Society AERMOD American Meteorological Society/Environmental Protection Agency Regulatory Model AERMET AERMOD Meteorological Preprocessor AGL Above Ground Level ASL Above Sea Level ATG Atmospheric Technologies Group BPIP-Prime Building Profile Input Program- Prime Algorithm DSA Documented Safety Analysis EPA Environmental Protection Agency LIDAR Light Detection and Ranging NWS National Weather Service SRNL Savannah River National Laboratory SRS Savannah River Site STEL Short Term Exposure Limit TLV Threshold Limit Value USGS United States Geological Survey
LIST OF TABLES. Table 1-1. Table 7.1 from Appendix D of the Skagit Chinook Recovery Plan. Table 1-2. Restoration Projects Identified in the Skagit Chinook Recovery Plan Sorted by the Smolts Produced Per Acre. Table 2-1. Tidegates by Dike or Drainage District and by Priority. Table 2-2. Floodgates by Dike or Drainage District and by Habitat Tiers. Table 4-1. Drainage Area Calculation for Tidegate Maintenance Habitat Credit. Table 4-2. Habitat Requirements per Tidegate and Tier 1 Floodgates.
LIST OF TABLES. Table 1.1.4-1. Sea Launch Meetings and Reviews 7 Table 3-1. Sea Launch Mission Analysis Tasks 12 Table 6.1. Sea Launch Deliverables 16 Table 7.1. Inmarsat Deliverables 18 ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS ACS Assembly and Command Ship CCAM Contamination and Collision Avoidance Maneuver CDR Critical Design Review CLA Coupled Loads Analysis DTM Displaced Transformation Matrix EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility EMI Electromagnetic Interference GMM Geometric Math Model HAR Hardware Acceptance Review HP Home Port, Long Beach, CA ICD Interface Control Document ILV Integrated Launch Vehicle LLC Limited Liability Company LP Launch Platform LV Launch Vehicle L- Launch Minus PLA Payload Accommodations PLF Payload Fairing PPF Payload Processing Facility at Sea Launch Home Port, Long Beach, CA SC Spacecraft SOW Statement of Work TAA Technical Assistance Agreement SCOPE This Statement of Work (SOW) encompasses the launch services to be supplied by Sea Launch Limited Partnership acting through its general partner, Sea Launch Company, LLC (Sea Launch) to Inmarsat for the INMARSAT 4 Mission utilizing the Astrium Eurostar 3000 spacecraft (SC). Sea Launch shall perform the tasks and provide the equipment and facilities specified in this SOW to provide launch services for the INMARSAT 4 spacecraft. Launch Services shall be provided using the Sea Launch launch vehicle (LV), the Zenit-3SL. The mission shall be conducted from Sea Launch’s Assembly and Command Ship (ACS) and Launch Platform (LP) in the equatorial region (0 DEG. N. Latitude) of the Pacific Ocean. This Statement of Work includes the following areas: