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Presented By: Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences

NERS + ChE Colloquium: INL Nuclear Fuel Cycle Overview

Speaker: David Tolman, Idaho National Laboratory

David Tolman, Idaho National Laboratory David Tolman, Idaho National Laboratory
David Tolman, Idaho National Laboratory
David Tolman provides research and engineering support for pyrochemistry molten salt systems and EBR-II processing efforts at the Materials and Fuels Complex (MFC).

Tolman's research and expertise resides in development and implementation of high temperature furnaces and refractory materials for processing applications. His recent work includes uranium dioxide-based crucible development, zirconium dioxide implementation in high temperature processing equipment, and graphite crucible/mold development for unique melting and casting operations in remote handling/hot cell environments.

Tolman has been involved in this work at the Materials and Fuels Complex since 2015. Prior experience includes used nuclear fuel storage and handling at the Idaho Nuclear Technology and Engineering Center (INTEC), sodium remediation of EBR-II primary and secondary coolant systems as well as sodium deactivation from remote handled transuranic waste.

Tolman received a master's in engineering management from the University of Idaho in 2017 and a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Brigham Young University in 2009.
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David Tolman, Idaho National Laboratory

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