b'I D A H O N A T I O N A L L A B O R A T O R Y F Y 2 0 2 0 L A B O V E R V I E WIn FY 19 Moran executed the Leatherman Peak campaign, hosting 10 collaborative partner agencies and allowing testing of 14 collection technologiesAdvanced Test BedsLyon samples mixer-settlers L D R D S U C C E S S S T O R YINL leads the Nuclear Chemistry & in the laboratory-scale uranium polishing processKevin Lyon is developing a modeling frameworkReprocessing area for DOEs National Nuclear for advanced chemical separation processesSecurity Administration Nonproliferation Stewardship Program. INL takes advantage relevant to the nuclear fuel cycle. This work not onlyof existing capabilities to configure flexible contributed to the integrated fuel cycle solutionsR&D test bed facilities that couple the design S&T initiative, but also contributed to Lyons Ph.D.of front and back-end fuel cycle processes dissertation with the University of Idaho. Resultswith new safeguards and security concepts. These facilities enable the RD&D of real-time from this LDRD have been leveraged in researchinstrumentation tools that support safeguards, programs across INLs directorates including HALEUand physical and cybersecurity by design polishing, nuclear nonproliferation, and the Criticalconcepts. Advanced test beds also allow INL Materials Institute. to develop unique capabilities to address DOE legacy issues related to orphan SNM and to establish leadership in advanced reactor development areas including small modular F Y 1 9 I M PA C T reactors, microreactors, liquid fuel reactors, Developing a fuel cycle with inherent process transparencyand TRISO-fuel development.can reduce the risk of nuclear proliferation, so INL focuses onINL stewards facilities to engage and developing fuel cycle technologies that incorporate safeguardstrain the next generation of fuel cycle and by design for the effective and efficient monitoring andnonproliferation experts with a goal of verification of nuclear materials throughout the fuel cycle. In FYdeveloping and deploying nuclear fuel 19, INL supported proliferation-risk reduction in the integratedcycle processing test beds from radiological fuel cycle through programs that advance material dispositionto glovebox to hot cell facilities. INLs UNF capabilities, including demonstration of direct chemical andtesting facility provides an integrated physical immobilization options for used nuclear fuel (UNF). civilian nuclear fuel cycle test bed capability for the nation including hot cell facilities, configurable campaigns, spent fuel operations, fuel fabrication facilities, and irradiation and post-irradiation INL conducted proof of concept for immobilization technologyexamination facilities.demonstrating a viable method to render used fuel unusable increasing proliferation resistance 9'