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An Experimental investigation for atmospheric effects on Cs chemisorption onto stainless steel

ステンレス鋼へのセシウム化学吸着挙動における雰囲気の影響に関する実験的研究

中島 邦久; 鈴木 恵理子; 宮原 直哉; 逢坂 正彦

Nakajima, Kunihisa; Suzuki, Eriko; Miyahara, Naoya; Osaka, Masahiko

軽水炉シビアアクシデント(SA)時には、化学吸着と呼ばれるセシウム(Cs)蒸気とステンレス鋼との高温化学反応により、有意量のCsが圧力容器内表面に付着している可能性がある。この化学吸着挙動は、温度や雰囲気の影響を受けることが知られているが、詳細は不明である。本研究においては、福島第一原子力発電所事故のような多様な条件下での挙動評価に資するため、水蒸気と水素の混合ガス下でのCs化学吸着挙動を実験的に調べた。その結果、水蒸気を含む雰囲気中でのステンレス鋼へのCs吸着量は、水蒸気を含まない場合よりも大きくなることが分かった。この原因として、化学吸着による生成物からのCsの再蒸発の可能性が考えられた。

Chemical interaction between cesium (Cs) vapor and stainless steel (SS) surface known as chemisorption can cause a significant amount of Cs retention on the inner surfaces within the reactor pressure vessel during a light water reactor severe accident (SA). Although the chemisorption is known to be influenced with temperature and atmosphere, their dependancies are not yet fully understood. Therefore, the Cs chemisorption behaviours under mixed gases of steam and hydrogen were experimentally examined to contribute to a better understanding of the chemisorption behaviours under various atmospheres experienced during the SA at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. As a result, it was found that the deposited amounts of Cs onto the SS in the steam-containing atmosphere were much higher than those in the no steam atmosphere. It was considered that Cs revaporization from a chemisorbed product was one of the reasons why the deposited amounts under the reducing atmosphere decreased.

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