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An Outcome of nuclear safety research in JAERI; Case study for LOCA, FP, criticality and reprocessing

Yanagisawa, Kazuaki; Ito, Keishiro*; Katsuki, Chisato*; Kawashima, Kei*; Shirabe, Masashi*

An outcome of nuclear safety research done by JAERI was case studied by the bibliometric method. (1) For LOCA (loss-of-coolant accident) a domestic share of JAERI in monoclinic research paper was 63% at the past (20) 1978-1982 but was decreased to 40% at the present 1998-2002. For co-authored papers a domestic share between JAERI and PS (public sectors) is almost zero at past (20) but increased to 4% at the present. Research cooperation is active between Tokyo University and JAERI or between JAERI and Nagoya University. (2) Project-type research is to have a large monopolization in papers and that of basic-type research is to have a large DRN. (3)For reprocessing, PS had a monopolistic position with a domestic share of 71% and a share of JAERI was about 20%. (4) LOCA and RIA outputs born by NSR-JAERI coincided partly to those of the Safety Licensing Guidelines but a share of contribution done by JAERI was difficult to obtain due to the lack of necessary information.



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