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Radiological emergency response to Fukushima Daiichi Accident; Teleoperation & robotics of JAEA

福島第一事故への原子力機構の対応; 遠隔操作技術支援の概要

福嶋 峰夫; 川妻 伸二; 岡田 尚

Fukushima, Mineo; Kawatsuma, Shinji; Okada, Takashi

2011年3月11日に発生した東北大地震により発生した津波により福島第一原子力発電所は壊滅的な状況となった。原子力機構は、地震の直後から放射線モニタリングや遠隔操作に関する福島支援を開始している。原子力機構では、JCO臨界事故を契機に、原子力災害用ロボットを開発していたが、維持できず稼働しなかった。このため、遠隔操作の支援を行うため、これらロボットを改造し、ロボットオペレータが乗車する車両とともに東京電力に提供した。

The accident on Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant has been occurred by the TSUNAMI that generated form Great East Japan Earthquake happened in 11th March 2011. Just after the earthquake, JAEA is assisting activities concerning the accident of the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Station including teleoperation, decontamination and radiation monitoring in the site. JAEA had already developed some robotics, RESQ series, for radiological emergency response in 2001, after JCO criticality accidents occurred. However, they could not work for the NPP because of lack of maintenance. According to the situation and condition of the FUKUSHIMA-DAIICHI accident, JAEA has modified above mentioned robotics and prepared supporting equipments like as Robotics control vehicles. JAEA has provided Robotics and Robotics Control vehicles to TEPCO and is continuously supporting Tokyo Electric Company for plant restoration.

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