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Analysis of work activities involved in clearance verification process of decommissioning Fugen Nuclear Power Plant

Yamamoto, Kosuke; Yanagihara, Satoshi*

A series of work activities involved in clearance verification process was analyzed from the viewpoint of work efficiency at Fugen. As a result, decontamination required the most manpower expenditure. In addition, most of clearance candidate materials were very low contamination before the decontamination work. The analysis indicates that it will be effective for these lower radioactivity parts to reduce effort of decontamination activity or to skip the decontamination scenario considering that radioactivity was enough low. In addition, sample monitoring is possible scenario depending on the degree of contamination rather than to monitor all unit for clearance verification. When the manpower is evaluated based on the actual results of Fugen in consideration of these conditions, the clearance verification process could make the efficiency less than 37% in case of Fugen decommissioning.



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Category:Nuclear Science & Technology



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