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Journal Articles

Geochemical factors for secondary mineral formation at naturally-occurring hyperalkaline spring in Oman ophiolite

Anraku, Sohtaro; Matsubara, Isamu*; Morimoto, Kazuya*; Sato, Tsutomu*

Nendo Kagaku, 55(2), p.17 - 30, 2017/00

Anionic radionuclides are important for the long-term safety assessment of Japanese transuranic (TRU) waste disposal facilities. Degradation of cementitious materials used to construct the TRU waste disposal facilities, however, can produce a hyperalkaline leachate and so it is necessary to understand the reaction mechanisms that will control the behavior and fate of anionic radionuclides under these hyperalkaline conditions. An excellent natural analogue site to study relevant reaction mechanisms is provided in Oman where hyperalkaline spring waters (pH $$>$$ 11) from serpentinized peridotites discharge into moderately alkaline rivers. Aragonite was found in all secondary mineral samples, with accessory minerals of calcite, layered double hydroxide (LDH) and brucite. LDH was observed at the high Al concentration springs and brucite at the low Al concentration springs. Calcite was only found close to the springs. Distal calcite formation was inhibited due to high Mg concentrations in the river water. The spatial distribution of minerals therefore implicates the importance of the mixing ratio of spring to river water and the relative chemical compositions of the spring and river waters. Supporting mixing model calculations could successfully reproduce the precipitation of aragonite and LDH. The observed decrease in Ca concentration could be explained by aragonite precipitation. pH exerted a strong control on the precipitation of LDH and so too, therefore, on Al concentration. In the mixing water experiments containing up to 40% river water, LDH and brucite were both oversaturated, but brucite was not always identified by XRD. The possible inhibition of brucite by LDH precipitation was an unexpected result.

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Welding technology on sector assembly of the JT-60SA vacuum vessel

Shibama, Yusuke; Okano, Fuminori; Yagyu, Junichi; Kaminaga, Atsushi; Miyo, Yasuhiko; Hayakawa, Atsuro*; Sagawa, Keiich*; Mochida, Tsutomu*; Morimoto, Tamotsu*; Hamada, Takashi*; et al.

Fusion Engineering and Design, 98-99, p.1614 - 1619, 2015/10

 Times Cited Count:3 Percentile:32.14(Nuclear Science & Technology)

The JT-60SA vacuum vessel (150 tons) is a double wall torus structure and the maximum major radius of 5.0 m and height of 6.6 m. The manufacturing design concept is that the vessel is split in the 10 toroidal sectors manufactured at factory, and assembled on-site; seven of the 40-degree sectors, two of the 30-degree beside final one, and the final of the 20-degree. The final sector is assembled with the VV thermal shield and toroidal field magnets into the 340-degree as prepared in one sector. Sectors are temporally fitted on-site and adjusted one over the other before the assembly. After measurement of the dimensions and the reference, these sectors are transferred onto the cryostat base. First, three 80-degree sectors are manufactured with mating each 40-degree sector by direct joint welding. The rest sectors including the final sector are jointed with splice plates. Welding manipulator and its guide rails are used for these welding. In this paper, the detail of the VV sectors assembly including the final sector is explained. Welding technologies to joint the two of 40-degree sectors are reported with the present manufacturing status and the welding trial on the vertical stub with the partial mock-up of the final sector are discussed with the assembly process.

Journal Articles

Accuracy of prediction method of cryogenic tensile strength for austenitic stainless steels in ITER toroidal field coil structure

Sakurai, Takeru; Iguchi, Masahide; Nakahira, Masataka; Saito, Toru*; Morimoto, Masaaki*; Inagaki, Takashi*; Hong, Y.-S.*; Matsui, Kunihiro; Hemmi, Tsutomu; Kajitani, Hideki; et al.

Physics Procedia, 67, p.536 - 542, 2015/07

 Times Cited Count:2 Percentile:68.84

Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) has developed the tensile strength prediction method at liquid helium temperature (4K) using the quadratic curve as a function of the content of carbon and nitrogen in order to establish the rationalized quality control of the austenitic stainless steel used in the ITER superconducting coil operating at 4K. ITER is under construction aiming to verify technical demonstration of a nuclear fusion generation. Toroidal Field Coil (TFC), one of superconducting system in ITER, have been started procurement of materials in 2012. JAEA is producing materials for actual product which are the forged materials with shape of rectangle, round bar, asymmetry and etc. JAEA has responsibility to procure all ITER TFC Structures. In this process, JAEA obtained many tensile strength of both room temperature and 4K about these structural materials, for example, JJ1: High manganese stainless steel for structure (0.03C-12Cr-12Ni-10Mn-5Mo- 0.24N) and 316LN: High nitrogen containing stainless steel (0.2Nitrogen). Based on these data, accuracy of 4K strength prediction method for actual TFC Structure materials was evaluated and reported in this study.

Journal Articles

Progress of manufacturing trials for the ITER toroidal field coil structures

Iguchi, Masahide; Morimoto, Masaaki; Chida, Yutaka*; Hemmi, Tsutomu; Nakajima, Hideo; Nakahira, Masataka; Koizumi, Norikiyo; Yamamoto, Akio*; Miyake, Takashi*; Sawa, Naoki*

IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, 24(3), p.3801004_1 - 3801004_4, 2014/06

 Times Cited Count:6 Percentile:40.1(Engineering, Electrical & Electronic)

no abstracts in English

Journal Articles

Production and decay properties of $$^{264}$$Hs and $$^{265}$$Hs

Sato, Nozomi; Haba, Hiromitsu*; Ichikawa, Takatoshi*; Kaji, Daiya*; Kudo, Yuki*; Morimoto, Koji*; Morita, Kosuke*; Ozeki, Kazutaka*; Sumita, Takayuki*; Yoneda, Akira*; et al.

Journal of the Physical Society of Japan, 80(9), p.094201_1 - 094201_7, 2011/09

 Times Cited Count:11 Percentile:61.11(Physics, Multidisciplinary)

Decay properties of $$^{264}$$Hs and $$^{265}$$Hs produced in the $$^{207,208}$$Pb($$^{58}$$Fe, $$xn$$) [$$x$$=1, 2] reactions were studied using a gas-filled recoil ion separator at the linear accelerator facility of RIKEN. A total of 6 decay chains were assigned to $$^{264}$$Hs. Cross sections for the $$^{264}$$Hs production in the $$^{208}$$Pb($$^{58}$$Fe,$$2n$$) and $$^{207}$$Pb($$^{58}$$Fe,$$n$$) reactions were measured to be $$2.8^{+6.5}_{-2.3}$$pb and $$6.9^{+4.4}_{-3.1}$$pb, respectively. The isotope $$^{264}$$Hs decayed with a half-life of $$0.751^{+0.518}_{-0.218}$$ms by $$alpha$$-particle emission and spontaneous fission. The $$alpha$$-particle energy of $$^{264}$$Hs was observed at 10.61$$pm$$0.04 and 10.80$$pm$$0.08 MeV. The spontaneous fission branch of $$^{264}$$Hs was found to be $$17^{+38}_{-14}%$$.

Oral presentation

Decommissioning project of uranium conversion plant, 4; Dismantling operation data management

Tokuyasu, Takashi; Morimoto, Yasuyuki; Ikegami, Sohei; Sugitsue, Noritake; Tachibana, Mitsuo; Tanimoto, Masataka; Ishigami, Tsutomu

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

Decommissioning project of uranium conversion plant, 6; Analysis of work management data

Tanimoto, Masataka; Ikegami, Sohei; Tokuyasu, Takashi; Morimoto, Yasuyuki; Sugitsue, Noritake; Tachibana, Mitsuo; Ishigami, Tsutomu

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

Decommissioning project of uranium conversion plant, 2; Analysis of work management data

Tanimoto, Masataka; Morimoto, Yasuyuki; Ikegami, Sohei; Tokuyasu, Takashi; Tanaka, Yoshio; Sugitsue, Noritake; Tachibana, Mitsuo; Ishigami, Tsutomu

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

A Plan of countermeasures against collapse in shaft sinking at great depth in soft sedimentary rock

Hagihara, Takeshi*; Nago, Makito*; Minamide, Masashi*; Ogawa, Hiroyuki*; Uyama, Mikinori*; Demma, keisuke*; Kisu, Yoshio*; Morimoto, Tsutomu*; Kudo, Hajime; Tsusaka, Kimikazu

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

A Result of countermeasures against collapse in shaft sinking at great depth in soft sedimentary rock

Minamide, Masashi*; Hagihara, Takeshi*; Nago, Makito*; Ogawa, Hiroyuki*; Uyama, Mikinori*; Demma, keisuke*; Kisu, Yoshio*; Morimoto, Tsutomu*; Kudo, Hajime; Tsusaka, Kimikazu

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

Status of ITER TF coil procurement

Matsui, Kunihiro; Hemmi, Tsutomu; Iguchi, Masahide; Kajitani, Hideki; Nishi, Hiroshi; Chida, Yutaka; Morimoto, Masaaki; Koizumi, Norikiyo

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

A Effect of receiving bolt against collapse in shaft sinking at great depth in soft sedimentary rock

Hagihara, Takeshi*; Minamide, Masashi*; Nago, Makito*; Ogawa, Hiroyuki*; Uyama, Mikinori*; Kisu, Yoshio*; Morimoto, Tsutomu*; Kudo, Hajime; Tsusaka, Kimikazu

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

Mechanism and countermeasure of crack in the concrete liner for a shaft in soft sedimentary rock

Minamide, Masashi*; Hagihara, Takeshi*; Nago, Makito*; Ogawa, Hiroyuki*; Uyama, Mikinori*; Kisu, Yoshio*; Morimoto, Tsutomu*; Yabuki, Yoshio*; Kudo, Hajime; Inagaki, Daisuke; et al.

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

Progress of procurement of TF coil structures

Iguchi, Masahide; Hemmi, Tsutomu; Chida, Yutaka*; Morimoto, Masaaki; Hong, Y.-S.*; Nishi, Hiroshi; Koizumi, Norikiyo; Tokai, Daisuke*; Niimi, Kenichiro*; Yamada, Hirokazu*

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

Manufacturing strategy for ITER toroidal field coil structure

Hong, Y.-S.*; Iguchi, Masahide; Morimoto, Masaaki; Nakahira, Masataka; Hemmi, Tsutomu; Nishi, Hiroshi; Koizumi, Norikiyo

no journal, , 

Oral presentation

Observational construction method for construction of the Horonobe Underground Research Laboratory

Minamide, Masashi*; Kudo, Hajime; Tsusaka, Kimikazu; Hagihara, Takeshi*; Ogawa, Hiroyuki*; Morimoto, Tsutomu*; Yabuki, Yoshio*; Nago, Makito*

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

Sector manufacturing and assembly of the JT-60SA vacuum vessel

Shibama, Yusuke; Okano, Fuminori; Yagyu, Junichi; Kaminaga, Atsushi; Miyo, Yasuhiko; Hayakawa, Atsuro*; Sagawa, Keiich*; Mochida, Tsutomu*; Morimoto, Tamotsu*; Hamada, Takashi*; et al.

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

Progress of procurement of ITER TF coil structure in Japan

Iguchi, Masahide; Sakurai, Takeru; Morimoto, Masaaki*; Hong, Y.-S.*; Inagaki, Takashi; Tanaka, Nobuhiko; Nakahira, Masataka; Hemmi, Tsutomu; Matsui, Kunihiro; Koizumi, Norikiyo

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

Fission experiment using Es-254 at JAEA Tokai tandem accelerator facility

Hirose, Kentaro; Nishio, Katsuhisa; Makii, Hiroyuki; Orlandi, R.; Tsukada, Kazuaki; Asai, Masato; Sato, Tetsuya; Ito, Yuta; Suzaki, Fumi; Nagame, Yuichiro*; et al.

no journal, , 

A specific phenomenon was found in fission-fragment mass distributions for nuclides around A=258 by spontaneous fission measurements. Fm256 splits into light and heavy fragments, like uranium isotopes, making two peaks in their mass distribution, whereas a sharp single peak was found in that of Fm258 which has only two more neutrons. In order to study such a specific phenomenon more widely, we performed an experiment of the multinucleon transfer fission in the O18+Es254 reaction at JAEA Tokai tandem accelerator facility.

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