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Online measurement of the atmosphere around geopolymers under gamma irradiation

照射下のジオポリマー周辺にあるガスのオンライン測定

Cantarel, V.; Lambertin, D.*; Labed, V.*; 山岸 功

Cantarel, V.; Lambertin, D.*; Labed, V.*; Yamagishi, Isao

セメントに類似したジオポリマーを原子力分野で用いる場合に、多孔質なジオポリマーに含まれる水が放射線により分解されて発生する水素に留意する必要がある。原子力機構では、放射線による水素の発生と再結合、ジオポリマー中の水素の拡散を考慮したPRDモデルを開発してきた。本研究では、ジオポリマー試料を特殊な容器に封入し、Co-60ガンマ線で照射中の容器内ガスの水素および酸素濃度をオンライン分析した。ジオポリマーの孔を満たす水のアルカリ性が強いほど水素収量が少ない傾向が観察され、水素が再結合して水に戻る反応が顕著になることを確認した。照射中の酸素消費率は一定であり、この結果をPRDモデルから考察した。

The gas production of wasteforms is a major safety concern for encapsulating active nuclear wastes. For geopolymers and cements, the H$$_{2}$$ produced by radiolytic processes is a key factor because of the large amount of water present in their porous structure. Herein, the gas composition evolution around geopolymers was monitored on line under $$^{60}$$Co gamma irradiation. Transient evolution of the hydrogen production yield was measured for samples with different formulations. The rate of its evolution and the final values are consistent with the presence of a chemical reaction of the pseudo-first order consuming hydrogen in the samples. The results show this phenomenon can significantly reduce the hydrogen source term of geopolymer wasteform provided their diffusion constant remains low. Lower hydrogen production rates and faster kinetics were observed with geopolymers formulations in which pore water pH was higher. Besides hydrogen production, a steady oxygen consumption was observed for all geopolymers samples. The oxygen consumption rates are proportional to the diffusion constants estimated in the modelization of hydrogen recombination by a pseudo first order reaction.

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