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JAEA Reports

Fast Reactor Cycle Technology Development Project (FaCT Project); Phase I report

Advanced Nuclear System Research and Development Directorate; Japan Atomic Power Company*

JAEA-Evaluation 2011-003, 303 Pages, 2011/06

JAEA-Evaluation-2011-003.pdf:11.3MB
JAEA-Evaluation-2011-003(errata).pdf:0.23MB

JAEA and JAPC launched Fast Reactor Cycle Technology Development Project (FaCT) in 2006. "The Japan Sodium-cooled Fast Reactor (JSFR) with MOX fuel, the advanced aqueous reprocessing, and the simplified pelletizing fuel fabrication systems" have been studied as a main concept in the FaCT project phase-I. In 2010, a judgment on whether the innovative technologies should be adopted was made, and the next R&D programs (phase-II) was proposed. The achievement of the performance targets presented by JAEC was evaluated for the concept of the commercial facilities for FBR cycles, established based on the result of the adoption judgment for the innovative technologies.

JAEA Reports

Fast Reactor Cycle Technology Development Project (FaCT Project); Phase I (Interim report)

Advanced Nuclear System Research and Development Directorate; Japan Atomic Power Company*

JAEA-Evaluation 2009-003, 269 Pages, 2009/07

JAEA-Evaluation-2009-003(errata).pdf:0.12MB
JAEA-Evaluation-2009-003-01.pdf:20.22MB
JAEA-Evaluation-2009-003-02.pdf:39.04MB
JAEA-Evaluation-2009-003-03.pdf:40.73MB
JAEA-Evaluation-2009-003-04.pdf:8.74MB
JAEA-Evaluation-2009-003-appendix(CD-ROM).pdf:33.64MB

JAEA and JAPC launched Fast Reactor cycle Technology Development Project (FaCT) in 2006. "The JAEA sodium-cooled loop-type fast reactor (JSFR) with MOX fuel, the advanced aqueous reprocessing, and the simplified pelletizing fuel fabrication systems" have been studied as a main concept in the FaCT project. JAEA targets 2015 in which the design concept that fulfills the development target and the design requirement is to be proposed. R&D system and R&D progress management have been improved and firmly established. Based on the indication of Japan Atomic Energy Commission and in cooperation with related organizations, R&Ds and design studies have been executed to evaluate innovative technologies. Direction in the adoption of the innovative technologies is to be determined in 2010. To attain this step, this report describes progress and results, and specifies issues and countermeasures upto 2008. This report also indicates future study procedure of the FaCT project.

JAEA Reports

Feasibility study on commercialized fast reactor cycle systems; Phase II final report

Advanced Nuclear System Research and Development Directorate; Japan Atomic Power Company*

JAEA-Evaluation 2006-002, 191 Pages, 2006/07

JAEA-Evaluation-2006-002.pdf:42.95MB

A joint project team of Japan Atomic Energy Agency and the Japan Atomic Power Company (as the representative of the electric utilities) started the feasibility study on commercialized fast reactor cycle systems (F/S) in July 1999 in cooperation with Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry and vendors. On the major premise of safety assurance, F/S aims to present an appropriate picture of commercialization of fast reactor (FR) cycle system which has economic competitiveness with light water reactor cycle systems and other electricity base load systems, and to establish FR cycle technologies for the future major energy supply. In the period from Japanese fiscal year (JFY) 1999 to 2000, the phase-I of F/S was carried out to screen out representative FR, reprocessing and fuel fabrication technologies. In the phase-II (JFY 2001-2005), the design study of FR cycle concepts, the development of significant technologies necessary for the feasibility evaluation, and the confirmation of key technical issues were performed to clarify the promising candidate concepts toward the commercialization. In this final phase-II report clarified the most promising concept, the R&D plan until around 2015, and the key issues for the commercialization. Based on the comprehensive evaluation in F/S, the combination of the sodium-cooled FR with MOX fuel core, the advanced-aqueous reprocessing process and the simplified-pelletizing fuel fabrication process was recommended as the mainline choice for the most promising concept. The concept exceeds in technical advancement, and the conformity to the development targets was higher compared with that of the others. Alternative technologies are prepared to decrease the development risk of innovative technologies in the mainline choice.

JAEA Reports

Results of FY2001-2003 of Feasibility Study on Commercialized Fast Reactor Cyclr System Phase II

; Japan Atomic Power Company*

JNC-TN1400 2004-004, 550 Pages, 2004/07

JNC-TN1400-2004-004.pdf:33.21MB

no abstracts in English

JAEA Reports

None

Japan Atomic Power Company*

PNC-TJ324 70-05VOL7, 177 Pages, 1970/03

PNC-TJ324-70-05VOL7.pdf:19.7MB

no abstracts in English

JAEA Reports

None

Japan Atomic Power Company*

PNC-TJ324 70-05VOL6, 15 Pages, 1970/03

PNC-TJ324-70-05VOL6.pdf:1.95MB

no abstracts in English

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