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  • 1 Research and Development of Advanced Nuclear System
  1. 1 Research and Development of Advanced Nuclear System
  2. 1-1 A Reliable Cooling System for a Commercial FBR
    -Double Wall Boundary Design Advancing a Commercial FBR-
  3. 1-2 What Core Design Prevents Nuclear Proliferation?
    -Commercial FBR Core Study Focusing on a Material Barrier-
  4. 1-3 For Advanced Safety of Next-Generation FBRs
    -Elimination of Severe Power Burst Events in Core Disruptive Accidents-
  5. 1-4 The Challenge of Detecting Small Defects in SG Tubes
    -3D Numerical Simulations of ISI of FBR SG Tubes Using ECT-
  6. 1-5 Reliable Separation of Fuel Pins from the Fuel Assembly
    -Development of Mechanical Disassembly Technology for FBR Spent Fuel-
  7. 1-6 Chemical Separation Process Resistant to Decay Heat from Radionuclides
    -Extraction Chromatography System for Minor Actinides Recovery-
  8. 1-7 Advanced Particle Flowability Measurement for Nuclear Fuel Pellet Production
    -Investigation of the Applicability of a Vibrating Tube Method Using Model Particles-
  9. 1-8 Representing the Irradiation Behavior of FBR Fuel
    -Development of Np- and Am-Bearing MOX Fuel-
  10. 1-9 Investigation of Compounds in the PuO2-SiO2 System
    -Behavior of Si Impurity Contained in MOX Fuel-
  11. 1-10 Simultaneous Recovery Technique for Uranium and Transuranic Elements Using Molten Salt Media
    -Development of Metal Electro-Refining Pyrochemical Reprocessing-
  12. 1-11 Monitoring Irradiation Damage in Reactor Structures
    -Development of an Irradiation Damage Evaluation Method Using Magnetic Measurement-
  13. 1-12 The Challenge to Control the Chemical Reactivity of Liquid Sodium
    -Development of Reactivity Control Using an Atomic Interaction between Nanoparticles and Sodium-
  • 2 Research and Development on Geological Disposal of High-Level Radioactive Waste
  • 3 Nuclear Fusion Research and Development
  1. 3 Nuclear Fusion Research and Development
  2. 3-1 Start of Manufacture of the Superconductors for the ITER Magnets
    -Development of Exacting Quality Assurance Techniques-
  3. 3-2 Development of an In-Vessel Remote Handling Robot for the ITER
    -Demonstration for Automatic Assembly and Installation of the Remote Handling Robot-
  4. 3-3 Demonstration of Voltage Holding with the World痴 Largest Fine Ceramic Ring
    -Progress on Development of a 1 MV Accelerator for Heating and Current Drive in ITER-
  5. 3-4 Robust Leak Tight Box with Thin Wall Membrane Structure
    -Demonstration of a Tritium Breeder Pebble Container for the ITER Test Blanket Module-
  6. 3-5 Progress in the Satellite Tokamak Program Project for Broader Approach Activities
    -Europe-Japan Joint Construction of the JT-60SA Tokamak Launched-
  7. 3-6 High Energy and Large-Area Negative Ion Beams Successfully Produced
    -Progress with the JT-60SA Neutral Beam Injector-
  8. 3-7 New Instability Observed in High Pressure Plasmas
    -Exploitation of Stability Physics toward High Pressure Burning Plasmas-
  9. 3-8 Investigating Complex Patterns of Tokamak Edge Plasma Flow
    -Pioneering Plasma Physics with First-Principles Advanced Particle Simulation-
  10. 3-9 Investigation of Impurity Transport in Plasma
    -Development of Accurate Quantitative Analysis for Tungsten on the Plasma Facing Wall-
  11. 3-10 Further Improvement of the Fusion Reactor Structural Material
    -Inclusion Control in Reduced Activation Ferritic/Martensitic Steel F82H-
  12. 3-11 For Validation of Materials for the Fusion DEMO Reactor
    -Development of Small Specimen Test Technology in the International Fusion Materials Irradiation Facility/Engineering Validation and Engineering Design Activities (IFMIF/EVEDA)-
  • 4 Quantum Beam Science Research
  1. 4 Quantum Beam Science Research
  2. 4-1 Success in Gaining a New Insight into High-Temperature Water under Pressure
    -Toward Full Understanding of Water-
  3. 4-2 Observation of Tunnel Ionization from an Orbital Lower than HOMO
    -First Determination of Ionized Orbital by Comparing the Experiment with the Computer Simulation-
  4. 4-3 Direct Observation of Fermi Surfaces Formed by Heavy Electrons
    -Clue to the Mechanism of Anomalous Superconductivity Coexisting with Magnetism-
  5. 4-4 Observation of Dynamical Surface Morphology with One-Nanometer Resolution
    -Development of the Soft X-ray Laser Interferometer-
  6. 4-5 Behavior of Metal Fine Particles during Automotive Emissions Control
    -Direct Observation of a Catalytic Reaction by Time-Resolved X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy-
  7. 4-6 Supernova Neutrino-Process Nucleosynthesis
    -Astrophysical Origin of 180Ta, the Rarest Nuclide in the Solar System-
  8. 4-7 Kerogen as a Noble Gas Carrier Phase of Meteorite
    -The Origin of the Solar System Revealed by Synchrotron Radiation-
  9. 4-8 New Graft Polymerization of High Performance Polymer Electrolyte Membrane
    -Synthesis of Block Graft Type Membrane by Radiation / Living Graft Polymerization-
  10. 4-9 Semiconductor Devices Can Be Operated in Harsh Radiation Environments in Nuclear Plants
    -Development of SiC Transistors Having Radiation Hardness-
  11. 4-10 Inspection and Repairing Welding System for an Inner Tube Wall
    -Combination Laser Processing Technique and Eddy Current Testing-
  12. 4-11 Elucidation for Catalytic Mechanism of Elastase by Neutron Diffraction
    -Success in Observing the Oxyanion Hole in Serine Protease-
  13. 4-12 Global Conformational Changes of Ribosome Revealed from Low-Resolution Structural Data
    -A New Technique for Building Molecular Models from Electron Microscopy Data-
  14. 4-13 Development of a Novel Radiopharmacutical Finding Even Very Small Tumors
    -Success in PET Imaging of Pheochromocytomas Using 76Br-MBBG-
  • 5 Photo-Medical Research Cooperation
  • 6 Nuclear Safety Research
  • 7 Advanced Science Research
  • 8 Nuclear Science and Engineering Research
  • 9 Nuclear Hydrogen and Heat Application Research
  • 10 Nuclear Fuel Cycle Technological Development
  • 11 Development of Decommissioning and Radwaste Treatment Technology
  • 12 Computational Science and E-Systems Research
  • 13 Scientific & Technical Development for Nuclear Nonproliferation
  • 14 Development of Experimental Techniques / Facilities at JAEA R&D Centers
  1. 14 Development of Experimental Techniques / Facilities at JAEA R&D Centers
  2. 14-1 Monitoring Sensors by Optical Fiber Grating
    -Application of Femtosecond Laser Processing for the Piping System-
  3. 14-2 Development of Capacitance Void Fraction Meter for LWR Test
    -Measurement under High Temperature and High Pressure Conditions-
  4. 14-3 Toward Highly Purified Uranyl Nitrate Hexahydrate Crystal
    -Physicochemical Properties of Plutonium Cesium Nitrate-
  5. 14-4 Improvement of Pu and U Measurement Reliability
    -The First ISO Accreditation of a Testing Laboratory for Nuclear Materials in Japan-
  6. 14-5 Neutrons Clarify the Full Picture of Atomic Motions
    -Novel Method for High Efficiency Inelastic Neutron Scattering Measurement Demonstrated in J-PARC-
  7. 14-6 Realization of the World痴 Most Brilliant Neutron Source at J-PARC
    -Unique Source Design and Smooth Power-Up of Accelerators-
  8. 14-7 Development of Hydrogen Production Technique
    -A Thermo-Chemical and Electrolytic Hybrid Hydrogen Production Process-
  9. 14-8 Remote Inspection in the Reactor Vessel by Optical Fiber
    -In-Vessel Observation in JOYO-
  10. 14-9 3-Dimensional Floating Support System to Permit of Thermal Expansion and Decrease of Thermal Stress
    -Establishing an Evaluation Method for Thermal Displacement Behavior-
  11. 14-10 Quick Change of Micron-Size Ion Beam
    -Integration of Cocktail Beam Acceleration and Microbeam Formation Techniques-
  12. 14-11 Going Deeper than -400 m Underground
    -Construction of Shafts and Research Tunnels and Method for Reducing Water Inflow at the Mizunami Underground Research Laboratory-
  13. 14-12 Development of Environmentally-Friendly Technique for Treating Radioactive Waste
    -Development of Uranium Recovery Technique Using Ionic Liquids-
  14. 14-13 Contribution to Producing a Certificated Reference Material by AMS MUTSU
    -Result of an Interlaboratory Comparison by the IAEA-

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