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Published by Japan Atomic Energy Agency

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  • 1 Research and Development of Advanced Nuclear System
  1. 1 Research and Development of Advanced Nuclear System
  2. 1-1 Coolant Pipes Made Economically Competitive by Shortening
    - Development of High Chromium Steel for FBR Components Which Has Excellent High Temperature Strength, Toughness and Microstructural Stability -
  3. 1-2 Evaluation of the Structural Integrity of Reactor Vessels
    - Measurement of the Thermal Deformation near the Fluid Surface Using the Laser Speckle Method -
  4. 1-3 Determining Transfer / Damping of Temperature Fluctuation of Fluid to Structure
    - Evaluation of High Cycle Thermal Fatigue at Core Outlet in FBR -
  5. 1-4 Development of a Fuel Handling Method for a Compact Reactor Vessel
    - Fuel Handling Machine Bearing Endurance Test in Sodium Vapor -
  6. 1-5 Improved Analysis of Hypothetical Core Disruption Behavior in FBRs
    - 3-D Simulation of Complex Thermal-Hydraulic Phenomena under Very High Temperature -
  7. 1-6 Experimental Study on Molten Core Material Behavior
    - The EAGLE Project as a Collaborative Study with the Republic of Kazakhstan -
  8. 1-7 Analysis of Complex Phenomena upon Tube Failure in SG
    - Development of a Numerical Simulation Program Evaluating Sodium-Water Reaction Phenomena for Safety Assessment -
  9. 1-8 Development of Uranium Recovery System by Crystallization Technologies
    - R&D Status on Uranium Crystallization System for Future FBR Recycle System -
  10. 1-9 Toward Engineering Scale Minor Actinides Recovery
    - Development of Extraction Chromatography Techniques -
  11. 1-10 Toward Innovative MOX Fuel Production by Simplified Process
    - Developing a Unified Process Combining De-Nitration by Microwave Heating with Granulation -
  12. 1-11 Heat Removal during TRU Fuel Fabrication
    - Design Study of Heat Removal for TRU Fuel Fabrication System -
  • 2 Research and Development on Geological Disposal of High-Level Radioactive Waste
  1. 2 Research and Development on Geological Disposal of High-Level Radioactive Waste
  2. 2-1 For the Utilization of Knowledge on Geological Disposal Technology
    - Detailed Design of Knowledge Management System -
  3. 2-2 Development of Buffer Material Database
    - Compilation of Characteristic Data of Buffer Material -
  4. 2-3 Estimation of Long-Term Metallic Corrosion Using Archaeological Sample
    - Application of Analogize Phenomena in Nature on Geological Isolation Research -
  5. 2-4 Realistic Application of Safety Assessment Methodology to Disposal Environments
    - Arrangement and Development of Basic Information Using FepMatrix Tools -
  6. 2-5 Development of Knowledge Base for HLW Disposal Technology
    - Technical Know-How and Analysis of Decision Criteria for Characterization of Geological Environment -
  7. 2-6 Development of Quality Assessment Method for Hydrochemical Data
    - Proposal of Methodology Based on Evidence Support Logic -
  8. 2-7 Study of Features of Active Faults Based on Measurement of Hydrogen Gas Emission from the Underground
    - Development and Application of Portable Hydrogen Gas Equipment -
  9. 2-8 Strategy for Long-Term Predictions for Geological Disposal R&D
    - Long Term Prediction of Groundwater Flow Changes Based on the Geological History -
  10. 2-9 Tracing Water Movement from Surface to Underground
    - Surface Hydrological Investigation at Horonobe Area, Hokkaido, Japan -
  11. 2-10 Tunneling Underground to Investigate Initial Stress Conditions
    - 3-D Initial Underground Stress Measurement by Hydraulic Fracturing -
  • 3 Nuclear Fusion Research and Development
  • 4 Quantum Beam Science Research
  1. 4 Quantum Beam Science Research
  2. 4-1 Making a Mirror Moving Nearly at the Speed of Light by Lasers
    - Demonstration of Light Reflection and Frequency-Upshifting by Electron Density
    Modulation in Plasmas -
  3. 4-2 Observation of a Key Hydrogen Atom in an Enzymatic Reaction
    - Neutron Structure Analysis of a Compound Modeling the Reaction Center of [NiFe]Hydrogenase -
  4. 4-3 Why Do Heavy Ions Have Great Effect on a Cell? Chemistry Elucidates the Reason
    - Quantitative Analysis of Reactive Species Which Induce DNA Damage -
  5. 4-4 Biodegradable Elastic Gel from Cellulose Derivatives
    - Combination of Radiation-Induced Crosslinking and Aggregation -
  6. 4-5 Medical Applications for the Laser-Driven Proton Beam
    - High Quality Beam Is Produced with High Conversion Efficiency -
  7. 4-6 Local Structure in a Material Shrinking with Heat
    - Broadening of Magneto-Volume Effect (Invar Effect) Caused by Local Lattice Distortion -
  8. 4-7 Observation of Electron Dynamics Utilizing Synchrotron Radiation X-ray
    - Charge Excitations in Ladder Cuprates by Resonant Inelastic X-ray Scattering -
  9. 4-8 Observation of Curious Long-Period Structures in Metal Hydride
    - A Clue to Understand the Hydrogen-Metal Interactions and Their Role -
  10. 4-9 A Breakthrough in Development of High-Temperature Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells
    - Successfully Making a Highly Heat-Resistant Proton-Conductive Aromatic Polymer Electrolyte Membrane -
  11. 4-10 Strain Measurement on Rebars in Reinforced Concrete
    - Application of Neutron Diffraction to Nondestructive Strain Measurement -
  12. 4-11 Compact and Low Noise Ultra-High Intensity Laser
    - Good Prospects for a Laser Driven Proton Accelerator for Cancer Therapy -
  13. 4-12 Mechanism for Biological Sensing of Ionizing Radiation
    - The Role of γ Subunit of G Protein in Caenorhabditis elegans -
  • 5 Nuclear Safety Research
  • 6 Advanced Science Research
  • 7 Nuclear Science and Engineering Research
  • 8 Nuclear Fuel Cycle Technological Development
  • 9 Development of Decommissioning and Radwaste Treatment Technology
  • 10 Collaboration on Basic Nuclear Engineering
  • 11 Photo-Medical Research Cooperation
  • 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 Evaluation of Radioactive Inventory in Nuclear Facility for Its Decommissioning
    - The Applicability of a Radioactive Inventory Evaluation Technique for "FUGEN" Verified -
  3. 14-2 Achieved Utilization of Short-Lived Radioactive Nuclei Beams
    - Development of Ion Sources for Radioactive Nuclei -
  4. 14-3 Study on Basic Properties for Establishment of a Fast Reactor Cycle System
    - Melting Temperatures and Phase Diagram of MOX Fuel -
  5. 14-4 Basic Knowledge on Treating Various Wastes Generated from Pyro-Reprocessing
    - Recovery of Actinides from Solid and Liquid Wastes -
  6. 14-5 Development of Damage Reduction Technique on Mercury Target for the Spallation Neutron Source
    - Visualization of the Bubble Formation Behavior in Mercury -
  7. 14-6 Measuring Displacement and Vibration of High Temperature and High Radiation Components Using Optical Fiber
    - Development of Fast Reactor Integrity Monitoring Technology -
  8. 14-7 Material Research for Transmutation of LLFP in a Fast Reactor
    - Irradiation Test of 11B4C as a Neutron Moderator -
  9. 14-8 Contribution to "ITER" by Technical Development of Post Irradiation Examinations
    - Remote-Handling Type Welding / Processing Techniques for Irradiated Materials -
  10. 14-9 Correlation between the Charge-State and Structure of Fragment Ions for Swift C3 Traversing a Thin Foil
    - Study on Interaction between a MeV Cluster Ion and a Matter -
  11. 14-10 Reduction of Water Inflow for Continuation of Deep Shaft Excavation
    - Development of Grouting Technology at the "Mizunami Underground Research Laboratory" -
  12. 14-11 To Accomplish Decommissioning of Uranium Enrichment Plant Safely and Economically
    - System Treatment Chemical Decontamination Technology by Fluoride Gas -
  13. 14-12 High Precision Measurement of Dissolved Organic Radiocarbon in Seawater
    - Development of a Pretreatment Method for AMS Measurement of Dissolved Organic Radiocarbon -

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