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  • 1 Research and Development Relating to the Accident at the TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi NPS
  1. 1 Research and Development Relating to the Accident at the TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi NPS
  2. 1-1 Radionuclides Discharged into the Atmosphere
    -Source Term Estimation and Atmospheric Dispersion Simulation Using WSPEEDI-
  3. 1-2 Radionuclides Released into the Ocean
    -Diffusion Simulations for Regions Adjacent to Japan-
  4. 1-3 Collection and Provision of Environmental Radioactivity Data
    -Publication of Data for Environmental Reconstruction-
  5. 1-4 How Far Did Radionuclides Diffuse from the Accident?
    -Measurement of Atmospheric Anthropogenic Radionuclides Using the CTBT IMS Network-
  6. 1-5 Detailed Investigation of Radionuclide Distributions in the Environment
    -Construction of Soil Deposition Map and Dose Rate Map-
  7. 1-6 Radiation Dose Map of Japan Using an Aircraft
    -Visually Grasping the Influence of the Accident-
  8. 1-7 Effects of Forest Decontamination on the Reduction in External Exposure Doses
    -Field Demonstration of Forest Decontamination-
  9. 1-8 Creating Decontamination Guidelines Based on Practical Actions
    -Decontamination Pilot Project-
  10. 1-9 Cleanup of Cesium-Contaminated Soil
    -Investigation of Removal of Radiocesium from Soil by In Situ Ground Heating-
  11. 1-10 Decontamination of Soil Using a Poly-Ion Complex and Clay
    -Decontamination of Soils Polluted by Radioactive Cesium and Prevention of Recontamination-
  12. 1-11 Decontamination of Playground Lot
    -Trial Decontamination and Its Effects on Air Radiation Dose Rate-
  13. 1-12 Tool for Planning Rational and Effective Decontamination
    -Development of Computer Software for Efficiently Predicting Dose Rates after Decontamination-
  14. 1-13 A Simple Method for Selective Measurement of Cesium 134 and 137
    -Utilization of Common NaI(Tl) Scintillation Spectrometers-
  15. 1-14 Fibrous Grafted Adsorbents Help in Cleanup of Contaminated Water
    -Development of Fibrous Adsorbent for Removal of Radioactive Cesium-
  16. 1-15 Development of a Highly Cesium-Selective Adsorbent for Volume Reduction
    -Molecular Design of Crown Ether Using New Chemical Bond Property-
  17. 1-16 Verification of the Exposure Reduction Effect of Tap Water Restrictions
    -Evaluation of Averted Doses to Infants in the Implementation after the Accidents at the TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi NPS-
  18. 1-17 Visualization of Distribution of Fallout Radioactive Cs in Plants
    -Toward Unveiling the Present Status of Forest Contamination-
  19. 1-18 Data Acquisition for Analysis of the Melt Progress in the Reactor Core
    -Thermal Properties of Molten Fuel from Three Mile Island Unit 2-
  20. 1-19 Prediction of the Core Meltdown of the TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi NPS Unit 1 Reactor
    -Evaluation of the Influence of an Isolation Condenser on Core Cooling Using the TRAC Code-
  21. 1-20 How to Avoid Core Damage in Unit 2 of the TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi NPS
    -Evaluation of the Efficiency of Alternative Water Injection Timing through Accident Analysis-
  22. 1-21 Toward Safe Management of Accident Waste
    -Challenges to Long-Term Storage, Processing, and Disposal of Waste-
  23. 1-22 Decontamination of Radioactive Strontium to Make Fresh Water
    -Application of a Strontium Adsorbent Prepared for Use with Radioactive Waste Solutions from Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing-
  24. 1-23 Evaluation of Hydrogen Production from Waste Zeolite Adsorbents
    -γ-Radiolysis of Mixtures of Zeolites and Seawater-
  25. 1-24 Development of Special Measuring Equipment Using JMTR Irradiation Techniques
    -A New Water-Level Indicator Applicable under Severe Conditions-
  • 2 Research and Development of Advanced Nuclear System
  • 3 Research and Development on Geological Disposal of High-Level Radioactive Waste
  • 4 Nuclear Fusion Research and Development
  • 5 Quantum Beam Science Research
  1. 5 Quantum Beam Science Research
  2. 5-1 Large Increase in the Maximum Energy of a Laser-Driven Proton Beam
    -40 MeV Proton Generation Using a Ti:sapphire/OPCPA Hybrid Laser System-
  3. 5-2 High-Power γ-ray Generation via the Radiation Reaction Effect Using an Ultra-Intense Laser Pulse
    -Proposal for a New Laser-Driven γ-ray Source-
  4. 5-3 High-Precision Measurement of Nuclear Materials
    -Proposal for the Advanced HKED System-
  5. 5-4 Neutron Observation of Deformation Behavior of Materials at Cryogenic Temperature
    -Neutron Strain Measurement of a Superconducting Wire under Cryogenic Tensile Loading-
  6. 5-5 Discovery of Novel Rare-Earth Metal Hydrides under High Pressure
    -Formation of NaCl-Type Monohydrides by Pressure-Induced Phase Separation-
  7. 5-6 Microscopic Magnetization Process in a Tb43Co57 Amorphous Film Using Magnetic Compton Scattering
    -New Measurement Method for Spintronics Materials-
  8. 5-7 Development of a Microfabrication Technique for Utilization of Environmentally Friendly Plastics
    -Micro-/Nano-Fabrication of Crosslinked Poly(L-lactic acid) Using EB Nanoimprint Lithography-
  9. 5-8 Contribution to the Elucidation of the Mechanism of O2 Generation from Water Using Ce(IV)
    -Discovery of Dinuclear Complexes of Tetravalent Cerium in an Aqueous Solution-
  10. 5-9 Developing a Technique for Operating a Protein Assembly
    -Identification of the Key Residue Controlling Protein Assembly via X-ray Crystallography-
  11. 5-10 Phase Retrieval from Sparse Diffraction Data
    -Coherent X-ray Diffraction Imaging of Single Particles-
  12. 5-11 Drastically Altering the DNA of Plants
    -Ion Beams near the Range End Frequently Induce Large Deletions-
  • 6 Nuclear Safety Research
  • 7 Advanced Science Research
  • 8 Nuclear Science and Engineering Research
  • 9 Nuclear Hydrogen and Heat Application Research
  • 10 Development of Decommissioning and Radwaste Treatment Technology
  • 11 Computational Science and E-Systems Research
  • 12 Scientific & Technical Development for Nuclear Nonproliferation
  • 13 Development of Experimental Techniques / Facilities at JAEA R&D Centers
  1. 13 Development of Experimental Techniques / Facilities at JAEA R&D Centers
  2. 13-1 Reuse and/or Recycle of Dismantled Objects
    -Wet Blast Decontamination Technology-
  3. 13-2 Improved Reliability of Hand Dosimetry
    -Development of a Ring-Type Dosemeter Using Optically Stimulated Luminescence Elements (OSLRD)-
  4. 13-3 Effective Utilization of Concrete Debris Generated from Nuclear Reactors
    -Clearance of Concrete Debris Generated from Modification Work on JRR-3-
  5. 13-4 Separation and Recovery of Long-Lived Nuclides for Reduction of Radioactive Waste
    -Behavior of Oxidation and Extraction of Neptunium in Simplified Solvent Extraction Process-
  6. 13-5 Scintillation Neutron Detectors with a High Spatial Resolution
    -Position-Sensitive Detectors for Single-Crystal Diffractometer in J-PARC-
  7. 13-6 Visualizing Magnetic Fields Using Neutrons
    -Magnetic Field Imaging Technique Using Polarized Pulsed Neutrons-
  8. 13-7 Realizing a 1 MW High-Power Proton Beam
    -Beam Loss Reduction by Injection Painting in J-PARC RCS-
  9. 13-8 First HTGR Demonstration
    -First Achievement of a Continuous Supply of High-Temperature Nuclear Heat-
  10. 13-9 Development of a Dissimilar Metal Joint of Zircaloy-2 and 316L Stainless Steel
    -Application to Power Ramping Test of LWR Fuel in JMTR-
  11. 13-10 Corrosion Issues in Sodium Environment
    -Effects of Sodium on Structural Materials for Fast Breeder Reactors-
  12. 13-11 Chemical-State Observation of Microparticles
    -Microscopic Imaging of Luminescence Induced by Scanning Ion Microbeam-
  13. 13-12 Shafts Excavated to -500 m Depth
    -Construction of Shafts and Research Tunnels and Confirmation of Reduced Groundwater Inflow at the Mizunami Underground Research Laboratory-
  14. 13-13 Progress in Methodology Considering γ-ray Shielding Effects
    -Development of Simplified Calculation Method for Heterogeneously Distributed Radioactive Waste Drums-

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