Published by Japan Atomic Energy Agency

Published in February 2014

ONLINE ISSN 2188-1456

CD-ROM ISSN 2188-1421


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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 Time Series Observations in the Coastal Regions off Northern Ibaraki
    -Factors Controlling Concentrations of Radiocesium in Seabed Sediment-
  3. 1-2 Creating Dose Rate Maps over Wide Areas in Collaboration with Municipalities
    -Detailed Measurements of Air Dose Rates Using Car-Borne Survey-
  4. 1-3 Measurement Method without Exposure to Radiation Dose
    -Radiation Measurement of Area Surrounding 1F using Unmanned Helicopter-
  5. 1-4 Surface Grinding of Gravel for Waste Reduction and Reuse
    -Decontamination Test of Gravel by General-Purpose Machine-
  6. 1-5 Supercomputer Solves Mystery of Strong Affinity of Soil to Radioactive Cesium
    -First-Principles Calculation Reveals Mechanism of Cesium Adsorption to Soil-
  7. 1-6 Specific Sorption of Radiocesium by Minerals
    -Toward Remediation of Soils Contaminated by Radiocesium-
  8. 1-7 Transport of Radionuclides in Depth Direction
    -Investigation on Depth Distribution of Radionuclides in the Soil of Fukushima-
  9. 1-8 Retention of Mobile Radiocesium in Forest Surface Soils
    -Quantifying Microbial Uptake and Abiotic Adsorption-
  10. 1-9 Water Purifier for Securing Water
    -Development of Grafted Adsorbent for Cs Removal-
  11. 1-10 Assessment of Doses to Inhabitants Living in Fukushima Prefecture
    -Approach to Assessing the Doses Considering Areal Differences in Contamination and Interpopulational Differences in Lifestyle Habits-
  12. 1-11 For the Safe Handling of Dehydrated Sludge Contaminated by Radioactive Cesium
    -Dose Estimate for Workers and Public with Incineration and Disposal of Dehydrated Sludge-
  13. 1-12 Inhibiting Corrosion of Metallic Materials in Spent Fuel Pools
    -Verification of Removal Effect of Dissolved Oxygen Using Hydrazine-
  14. 1-13 Characterization of Fuel Debris in Severe Accident
    -Properties of Fuel Debris for Developing Defueling Operations-
  15. 1-14 What Has Formed on the Fuel Debris Surface by Sea Water Injection?
    -High-Temperature Reaction Products between Simulated Fuel Debris and Salt Deposits-
  16. 1-15 Prevention of Re-Criticality in Fuel Debris in the Damaged Cores
    -Criticality Characteristics of Fuel Debris Containing Concrete-
  17. 1-16 Nuclear Material Accountancy for Molten Core Material by γ-ray Measurement
    -Development of Nuclear Material Measurement Technology using Passive γ Spectrometry of Molten Core Material-
  18. 1-17 Calculation of Decay Heat Causing Core Meltdown
    -Three-Dimensional Decay Heat Analysis for the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi NPS-
  19. 1-18 What’s the Point of Analyzing the Fukushima Accident?
    -Review of Five Investigation Reports on Fukushima Accident-
  20. 1-19 Mechanism of Cesium Absorption on Zeolite
    -First-Principles Study of Structural Effects on Absorption in Zeolites-
  21. 1-20 Decontamination of Radioactive Cobalt and Manganese with Radioactive Cesium
    -Simplified Treatment Process of Radioactive Liquid Waste by Adding Hexacyanoferrate(II) Ions-
  22. 1-21 Comprehension of Radioactive Contamination inside the Reactor Buildings
    -Radioanalysis of Concrete Core Boring Samples-
  • 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
  • 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 Development of Science & Technology 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 Challenge of Industrial Application of Repair Technologies for FBR Heat Exchanger Tubes
    -Success in High-Accuracy Wire Feeding to Laser-Irradiated Spot-
  3. 13-2 Radiocesium in the Environment
    -Radiation Situation in Tokai Two Years after the 1F Accident-
  4. 13-3 Neutrons in Development of High-Performance Materials
    -Role of Deformation-Induced Transformation in TRIP Steels Revealed by Neutrons at J-PARC-
  5. 13-4 Development of Ultraprecise Focusing Supermirrors with Elliptical Surface
    -Focusing Gain of 52 Achieved for Advanced Instrumentation at J-PARC-
  6. 13-5 Beam Acceleration by Axially Symmetric Field
    -Development of J-PARC Annular-Ring Coupled Structure-
  7. 13-6 Development of Domestic 99Mo Production by (n, γ) Method
    -Fabrication Technology for High-Density MoO3 Pellet-
  8. 13-7 Corrosion Behavior of Metals in Sodium
    -Compatibility of Zirconium Alloy with High-Temperature Sodium-
  9. 13-8 Reliable Management of Instrumentation to Ensure Reactor Safety
    -Establishment of Damage Detection Method for Neutron Detector in High-Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactor-
  10. 13-9 Microfabrication of Teflon with Ion Microbeams
    -Development of New Microfabrication Techniques for Polymer Surfaces-
  11. 13-10 Excavation of Galleries at -500 m Depth
    -Construction of Shafts and Research Galleries for the Mizunami Underground Research Laboratory-
  12. 13-11 Investigation of Properties of Radon Hot Springs
    -Radon-Induced Biological Responses and Its Biokinetics-

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