Basic Fundamental Research

CLADS Basic Fundamental Research

Among the basic foundational research, applied research, and practical research toward the decommissioning work, CLADS is conducting basic foundational research that contributes toward the resolution of nuclear energy issues.

基礎・基盤研究について 基礎・基盤研究について(スマホ用画像)

Introduction to basic foundational research

  • Development of a high dose-rate contamination distribution measurement method using fiber optics
  • Development of environmental information presentation technology for remote operation support
  • Development of α-ray imaging  detectors
  • Development of β-ray imaging  detectors
  • Development of a dust monitoring system
  • Remote/non-contact material diagnosis/processing technology using lasers
  • Experimental research focusing on BWR-specific core meltdown behavior
  • Analysis and evaluation research on 1F accident progress
  • Elucidation of control rod blade damage mechanism
  • Elucidation of molten fuel solidification mechanism
  • Construction of a Cs chemisorption model
  • Development of direct measurement technique for the surface chemical state
  • Equipment/device-based corrosion risk assessment
  • Elucidation of aging mechanisms of fuel debris
  • Elucidation of generation, transport, and the migration behavior of radioactive scattered fine particles
  • Strategy for securing confinement and dosage assessment
  • Prediction of dose-rate distribution within containment vessel
  • Development of non-destructive measurement techniques used in fuel debris vessels
  • Assessment of the hydrogen behavior
  • Development of a technique for controlling the increase in hydrogen concentrations
  • Development of a method to estimate radioactivity (inventory) contained in waste
  • Development of a method to select a technique to safely solidify waste that has not been processed
  • Investigation of a method to estimate changes in properties of secondary waste for which long-term storage is expected
  • Investigation of disposal concepts to increase the achievability of disposing radioactive waste and understanding the impact of the characteristics of waste on their disposal

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