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Main outcomes and future plan of the EAGLE project

Kubo, Shigenobu ; Tobita, Yoshiharu; Sato, Ikken ; Kotake, Shoji*; Endo, Hiroshi*; Koyama, Kazuya*; Konishi, Kensuke ; Kamiyama, Kenji  ; Matsuba, Kenichi  ; Toyooka, Junichi  ; Zuyev, V. A.*; Pakhnits, A. V.*; Vityuk, V. A.*; Gaidaichuk, V. A.*; Vurim, A. D.*; Kolodeshnikov, A. A.*; Vassiliev, Y. S.*

As the results of good collaboration between Kazakhstan and Japan in EAGLE-1and 2, it was shown that there exists a solution to the recriticality issue of SFR, which has been one of the major safety issues for more than a half century from the beginning of the SFR development. Experimental techniques and facilities have been developed for the SFR severe accident study. Since 2014, JAEA participates the ASTRID program in which severe accident study is one of important issues. The EAGLE-1 and 2 data will be also used as an essential part of the severe accident study for ASTRID. EAGLE-3 was just started from beginning of 2015. Points of experiments moved into the later phase of core damage process, i.e., material relocation and cooling after achieving neutronic shutdown. A number of out-of-pile tests and in-pile tests are planned in coming five years.



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