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Reaction calculation of liquid-depth effect on radiolytic hydrogen generation by using a one-dimensional model

Thwe Thwe, A.  ; Nagaishi, Ryuji ; Furukawahara, Ryo; Ito, Tatsuya  

For hydrogen safety in the storage of wet radioactive materials under the decommissioning process of nuclear power stations including 1F, not only the experimental but also analytical studies on hydrogen generation from water radiolysis are important. Until now, we have conducted those closely related to the 1F decommissioning by the experiments for the effects of seawater salts, liquid depth and temperature, and by the calculations for the effect of liquid flow. In this study, we calculated the liquid-depth effect on hydrogen generation by using a one-dimensional reaction model in the vertical direction based on the open-source software CANTERA. The division of reaction cells was found to be important. As the division number increased, the slope of the increase in the amount of hydrogen generated with respect to the absorbed dose became smaller, approaching to the experimental results. However, when the number exceeded 100, the calculation results were underestimated under the current experimental and calculation conditions.



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