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Published by Japan Atomic Energy Agency

Published in January 2017

ONLINE ISSN:2188-1472

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  • 1 Research and Development Related to the Accident at TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi NPS
  1. 1 Research and Development Related to the Accident at TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi NPS
  2. 1-1 Evaluation of the Temperature Range of Melted Debris in the Reactor at the Nuclear Accident
    -The Influences of Pu and Zr upon the Melting Temperatures of (U, Pu, Zr)O2-
  3. 1-2 Laser Remote Analysis of Nuclear Fuel Debris
    -Evaluation of Uranium Spectra by Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)-
  4. 1-3 Development of a Cutting Technique for Core-Structural Materials and Fuel Debris
    -Cutting and Crushing of Core-Structural Materials and Fuel Debris with a Plasma Jet-
  5. 1-4 Elucidation of the Core-Meltdown Procedure in Severe Accidents using Supercomputers
    -Development of A Numerical Simulation Method for Evaluating the Influences of Chemical Reactions of Core Materials-
  6. 1-5 Behavior of Radioactive Cesium Deposited in the Nuclear Reactor
    -Investigation of Cesium-Deposition Behavior onto Stainless Steel-
  7. 1-6 Integrity Evaluation of a Storage Vessel Containing Spent Cesium Adsorption Material
    -Investigating the Possibility of Localized Corrosion of the Vessel Material under Irradiation-
  8. 1-7 Toward the Recovery of Uranium from Fuel Debris
    -Development of a Chlorination Method for Slightly Soluble Components-
  9. 1-8 Visualization of the Radioactive-Cesium Distribution using a New Compton Camera Mounted on an Unmanned Helicopter
    -Field Test of the Ce:Gd3(Al,Ga)5O12 (GAGG) Scintillator Compton Camera-
  10. 1-9 Accurate Measurement and Evaluation of Environmental Dose Rates in Air
    -Dose-Rate Evaluation in the Environment using Monte Carlo Simulation-
  11. 1-10 Evaluating Air-Dose Rates due to Radiocesium using a Supercomputer
    -Calculation of Air-Dose Rates from Radioactive Cesium Distributed in the Ground-
  12. 1-11 Transfer of Radioactive Cesium in the Hardwood Forest
    -Study of Radioactive-Cesium-Transport Behavior in Trees in a Forest-
  13. 1-12 Spatial Variation in Radioactive-Cesium Deposition Caused by Topographical Factors
    -Detailed Examination of the Air-Dose Rate in a Mountainous Forest Catchment-
  14. 1-13 Environmental Behavior of a Minute Amount of Radioactive Cesium
    -Cs-Sorption/Desorption Behavior of Clay Minerals Considering the Actual Contamination Condition in Fukushima-
  15. 1-14 Elucidating the Adsorption States of Cesium in Clay Minerals
    -Analysis via First-Principles-Based Simulations-
  16. 1-15 New Technology for Suppressing Cesium Migration from Forests
    -Mild Regeneration of Village Forests with Polymers and Clay-
  17. 1-16 Safety of Burial of Contaminated Soil at Public Parks
    -In situ Experiments on the Migration of Radioactive Cesium from the Buried Soil-
  18. 1-17 Realization of Automatic Analysis of Radioactivity in Samples
    -Development of an Automatic Analysis System for Strontium-90 in an Environmental Sample-
  • 2 Nuclear Safety Research
  • 3 Advanced Science Research
  • 4 Nuclear Science and Engineering Research
  1. 4 Nuclear Science and Engineering Research
  2. 4-1 Pursuit of Accurate Nuclear-Reaction Cross-Sections in the Resonant Region
    -Synergy between Nuclear-Data Measurement and Theory-
  3. 4-2 Nuclear-Material Quantification by Observation of Transmitted Neutrons
    -A Non-Destructive Assay Technique for Measurement of Complex Nuclear Fuel using a Neutron-Resonance Reaction-
  4. 4-3 Measurement of the Corrosive Environment in High-Temperature, High-Pressure Water within Light Water Reactors
    -Development of an Electrochemical Measuring Technique and Evaluation of the Corrosive Condition in High-Temperature Pure Water-
  5. 4-4 Predicting the Property Changes in Nuclear Reactor Materials
    -Understanding the Hardening Mechanism owing to Nano-Sized Defects: Molecular Dynamics Simulation-
  6. 4-5 Exploring the Valence of Uranium by Luminescence
    -Time-Resolved Laser-Induced Fluorescence Spectroscopy for Short-Lived Species-
  7. 4-6 Preparation of a Micro-Sized Solid-Phase Extraction Cartridge
    -Separation Cartridge Designed for Trace Analysis of Difficult-to-Measure Nuclides-
  8. 4-7 Understanding the Migration Behavior of Transuranic Elements from Forests to Rivers
    -Migration Behavior Research using Rare Earth Elements that Exhibit Chemical Similarity to Transuranic Elements-
  9. 4-8 Toward Detailed Prediction of the Radiation Damage to Structural Materials in Accelerators
    -Development of a Cryogenic Irradiation Device for Validation of the Radiation-Damage Model-
  10. 4-9 Visualization of Water-Steam Fractions under High-Pressure and High-Temperature Conditions in Reactor Cores
    -Development of Technology for the Measurement of Steam Volumetric Fractions in Fuel Assemblies with Wire-Mesh Sensors-
  11. 4-10 Prevention of Severe-Accident Progression by Delaying Core Overheating and Melting
    -Development of Fuel-Cladding Materials with High Resistance to Oxidation-
  12. 4-11 Investigation of a New Transmutation System Concept
    -Implementation of an Analysis Code for an Accelerator-Driven System with a Subcriticality Adjustment Mechanism-
  13. 4-12 Recovery of Valuable Rare Metals from High-Level Radioactive Waste
    -Separation of Rhodium with Ion-Exchange Resin-
  14. 4-13 Toward the Establishment of a Method for Treating MA Transmutation Fuels
    -Development of the Technology for Pyrochemical Treatment of MA Nitride Fuel-
  • 5 Quantum Beam Science Research
  1. 5 Quantum Beam Science Research
  2. 5-1 Realization of High-Accuracy Orbit Control of a High-Intensity Proton Beam
    -Development of a New Pulsed Power Supply for Eliminating Current Ripple-
  3. 5-2 A New Tuning Apparatus for High-Intensity Beams in a Linac
    -Beam-Phase-Distribution Measurement for Loss Reduction-
  4. 5-3 Successful Impact Mitigation with Microbubbles in Liquid Metal
    -Development of a Microbubble Generator in Mercury for Realizing the Most Intense Spallation Neutron Source in the World-
  5. 5-4 Opening up a New Frontier of Material Science using Single-Crystal Neutron Diffraction
    -Development of the Extreme Environment Single Crystal Diffractometer SENJU-
  6. 5-5 Probing Novel Characteristics of Unconventional Superconductors via Neutron Scattering under a Magnetic Field
    -Magnetic-Field-Enhanced Antiferromagnetism in Unconventional Superconductors-
  7. 5-6 Elucidation of the Selective Separation of Cesium by Small-Angle Neutron Scattering
    -Toward Selective Separation of Cesium using a π-d Hybrid Orbital-
  8. 5-7 Electric Power Generation by Temperature Variation
    -Observation of Ferroelectric Materials under Power Generation using Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction-
  9. 5-8 Unmasking the Ferromagnetism in Magnetically-Doped Topological Insulators
    -Toward Ultra-Low Power-Consumption Spintronic Devices-
  10. 5-9 Nondestructive Three-Dimensional Elemental Analysis using an Ion Microbeam
    -Development of Particle-Induced X-ray-Emission Tomography-
  11. 5-10 The Challenge of Realizing Unexplored Super-Strong Electromagnetic Fields with a Laser
    -J-KAREN-P Laser Development-
  12. 5-11 Dual Treatment and Diagnosis Role Played by Simultaneous Emission of β- and γ-rays
    -Production of Highly Purified Lutetium-177 for Radioimmunotherapy-
  13. 5-12 Elucidation of the Reaction Mechanism of an Anti-Cancer Drug at the Atomic Level
    -Precise Structural Analysis of a Drug’s Target Protein using Synchrotron X-ray Radiation-
  14. 5-13 Toward Advancement of Heavy-Particle Cancer Therapy
    -Successful Development a New Radial Dose-Simulation Model-
  15. 5-14 Which Liver-Sashimi was Treated by Radiation?
    -Development of a Method to Distinguish Disinfected Liver-
  16. 5-15 A Polymer-Electrolyte-Membrane Fuel Cell with the World’s Highest Power Density
    -Preparation of Polymer-Electrolyte Membranes by Radiation-Induced Graft Polymerization-
  17. 5-16 Toward the Realization of Quantum-Information Communication and Quantum Computing
    -Exploring Single-Photon Sources in Silicon Carbide-
  18. 5-17 Isotope Separation Utilizing Control of Molecular Rotation
    -An Isotope-Separation Method Effective for Heavy Isotopes-
  19. 5-18 A Quantitative Liquid-Analysis Method using Laser-Induced Plasma-Emission Light
    -A Highly Sensitive In situ Liquid-Analysis Technique under Severe Environments-
  20. 5-19 Real-Time Observation of Lattice Deformation in Nitride Semiconductors
    -Proposal for a New Lattice-Deformation Model that Defies Conventional Theory-
  • 6 HTGR Hydrogen and Heat Application Research
  • 7 Research and Development of Fast Reactors
  • 8 Research and Development Related to the Backend of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle and the Reprocessing of Spent Nuclear Fuel
  1. 8 Research and Development Related to the Backend of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle and the Reprocessing of Spent Nuclear Fuel
  2. 8-1 The Rapid and Precise Large-Scale Classification of Waste Drums
    -Feasibility Study on the Application of Machine Learning to Large Datasets for Rapid Classification-
  3. 8-2 Removal of Nitrate Salts from Bituminized Waste Products
    -Development of a Technology to Reduce the Impact of Nitrate Salts upon the Disposal Environment-
  4. 8-3 Toward Radioactive-Waste Conditioning Suitable for Near-Surface Disposal
    -Study on Standards Concerning a Solidification Method by using Mortar-
  5. 8-4 Influence of Distant Earthquakes upon Groundwater Flow
    -A Case Study in the Tono Area-
  6. 8-5 Estimation of Underground Density Structure
    -Development of a Technique to Estimate Underground Density Structure using Cosmic-Ray Muons-
  7. 8-6 Time History of Hydraulic Diffusivity Related to URL Excavation
    -A Poroelastic Analysis of Groundwater-Pressure Response to Atmospheric Loading-
  8. 8-7 Technology for Long-Term Monitoring of Damage around a Shaft
    -Monitoring the Excavation-Damaged Zone using Optical-Fiber Sensors-
  9. 8-8 Powerful Tools for Dating of Sediments
    -Development of High-Accuracy Analysis for Volcanic Glass Shards-
  10. 8-9 Assessment of the Effect of Geological Disposal upon Human Beings
    -Development of a Modeling Method for Biosphere Assessment Corresponding to Surface-Environmental Condition-
  11. 8-10 Various Parameter Settings upon Radionuclide Release
    -Review of the Release Behavior of Radionuclides for Spent-Fuel Disposal-
  12. 8-11 In Microwave Ovens, the Height of the Heating Specimen Changes the Ease of Warming
    -Heating Efficiency of the Nitric Acid by the Microwave-
  • 9 Nuclear Fusion Research and Development
  • 10 Computational Science and E-Systems Research
  • 11 Development of Science & Technology for Nuclear Nonproliferation

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