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原子力発電所を閉鎖するには非常に長い年月がかかる。 - Weblio英語基本例文集
今原発を停止させたとしても、安全に廃炉するには長い時間がかかる。 - Weblio Email例文集
Consequently, a slurry liquid waste of high density generated in measures for the decommission of a reactor can be smoothly treated without the accumulation of the slurry liquid waste in the transportation of it.例文帳に追加
これにより、廃止措置時に発生する高濃度スラリー廃液を移送時の堆積をなくし、円滑に処理することができる。 - 特許庁
To facilitate the filtration treatment of a radioactive liquid waste (sludge of high density) containing calcium ions of high density generated in measures for the decommission of nuclear power generation facilities and reduce the load on treatment facilities located downstream.例文帳に追加
原子力発電設備の廃止措置時に発生する高濃度カルシウムイオンを含む放射性廃液（高濃度スラッジ）のろ過処理を容易にし、下流側に設置した処理設備の負荷を低減する。 - 特許庁
To provide a method for both rationally and economically executing the purifying and defusing treatment of radioactive waste liquid containing a rust inhibitor such as suppression pool water and the removal of radioactive corrosion products adhering to reactor core internals and a system related to the method in the decommission and large-scaled repair work of a reactor.例文帳に追加
原子炉廃止措置や大規模修繕工事において、サプレッションプール水等の防錆剤を含有する放射性廃液の浄化及び無害化処理、並びに原子炉内構造物等に付着した放射性腐食生成物の除去を合理的且つ経済的に実施できる。 - 特許庁
- To take out of service or to render unusable.
- 1999 May 3, “Executive Summary”, in Nuclear Regulation: Better Oversight Needed to Ensure Accumulation of Funds to Decommission Nuclear Power Plants: Report to Congressional Requesters (GAO/RCED-99-75), Washington, D.C.: United States Government Accounting Office, OCLC 41442761, page 3:
- By July 1988, when NRC [the Nuclear Regulatory Commission] began requiring licensees to provide specific assurances that funds would be available to decommission their plants, 114 plants were already licensed to operate. At that time, NRC required licensees to provide "reasonable assurance" that sufficient funds would be available to decommission their nuclear power plants.
- 2006, Michael Cox, Adrian Guelke, and Fiona Stephen, editors, A Farewell to Arms?: Beyond the Good Friday Agreement, 2nd edition, Manchester: Manchester University Press, →ISBN, page 142:
- The failure of loyalist paramilitaries to decommission weapons was, therefore, less about ideology than about more practical considerations. There were several other reasons why loyalist paramilitaries were not prepared to decommission weapons. Since republicans had not stated that the war was over loyalists saw no reason to unilaterally decommission.
- 2012, E. Fourie, “Decommissioning of Nuclear Fuel Cycle Facilities”, in Michele Laraia, editor, Nuclear Decommissioning: Planning, Execution and International Experience (Woodhead Publishing Series in Energy; 36), Sawston, Cambridgeshire: Woodhead Publishing, →ISBN, page 627:
- 2013, G. R. Gangadharan; Eleonora J. Kuiper; Marijn Janssen; Paul Oude Luttighuis, “IT Innovation Squeeze: Propositions and a Methodology for Deciding to Continue or Decommission Legacy Systems”, in Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Helle Zinner Henriksen, David Wastell and Rahul De', editors, Grand Successes and Failures in IT: Public and Private Sectors: IFIP WG 8.6 International Conference on Transfer and Diffusion of IT, TDIT 2013, Bangalore, India, June 27–29, 2013, Proceedings, Heidelberg: Springer, DOI:10.1007/978-3-642-38862-0, →ISBN, page 486:
- Organizations may be forced by vendors to decommission systems because product releases are not supported any more, or the organizations may opt for expensive maintenance contracts for products, which are no longer officially supported by the vendor. […] [O]nce an organization is in a lock-in situation, the organization may be forced to decommission due to the product release strategy of the suppliers.
- 2013, Wolfgang Messner, Making the Compelling Business Case: Decision-making Techniques for Successful Business Growth, New York, N.Y.: Palgrave Macmillan, →ISBN:
- The first project reaps a positive cash flow of $25,000 in the first four years and then decommissions the investment with a positive cash flow of $470,000 in the fifth year. The second project offers twice as much positive cash flow in the first four years. The third project does not reap any annual cash flows, but decommissions the investment in the second year for $490,000.
- To remove or revoke a commission.
- 1987 August, Ronald K. Heuer, “Trial Defense Service Note: Officer Eliminations: A Defense Perspective”, in David R. Getz, editor, The Army Lawyer (Department of the Army Pamphlet; 27-50-176), Charlottesville, Va.: Judge Advocate General's School, ISSN 0364-1287, OCLC 1086688, page 40:
- New Other than Regular Army (OTRA) officers who fail their Officer Basic Course at a training installation for academic reasons, because of misconduct, or for demonstrated leadership deficiencies face the prospect of involuntary release from active duty. In many cases, these officers will be decommissioned, resulting in the termination of the officer's military status and the revocation of his or her commission. The process of decommissioning an officer is normally triggered by a Review of Student Status initiated by the school the new officer is attending.
- 2011, Lindsey Apple, “Civil War, Family Struggles”, in The Family Legacy of Henry Clay: In the Shadow of a Kentucky Patriarch, Lexington, Ky.: University Press of Kentucky, →ISBN, page 119:
- To remove or revoke a formal designation.
- 1976, James L. Mooney, “Historical Sketches: Letter ‘R’”, in Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, volume VI (Historical Sketches—Letters R through S), Washington, D.C.: Naval History Division, Department of the Navy, OCLC 769806180, page 8:
- R-23 (Submarine No. 100) was laid down 25 April 1917 by the Lake Torpedo Boat Co., Bridgeport, Conn.; launched 5 November 1918; sponsored by Miss Ruth Jane Harris; and commissioned 23 October 1919, Lt. David R. Lee in command. […] R-23 was decommissioned 24 April 1925 and was berthed at League Island until struck from the Navy list 9 May 1930 and sold for scrap in July of the same year.
- 2005 November, Pinedale Ranger District, Bridger-Teton National Forest; Bionomics Environmental, Inc., Moose-Gypsum Project: Draft Environmental Impact Statement, [Pinedale, Wyo.]: [Pinedale Ranger District, Bridger-Teton National Forest], OCLC 63683306, page 2-16:
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