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Journal Articles

Impressions of the 3rd Joint Meeting of Japanese Society of Radiation Safety Management and Japan Health Physics Society

Watanabe, Yuki; Tsuji, Tomoya; Hirota, Seiko*; Hokama, Tomonori; Nakajima, Junya; Tsujiguchi, Takakiyo*; Kimura, Tatsuki*; Koike, Hiromi*; Nakamura, Kaori*; Kuwata, Haruka*; et al.

Hoken Butsuri (Internet), 57(1), p.54 - 64, 2022/03

no abstracts in English

Journal Articles

The Report on the Meeting of the Young Researchers' association of JHPS "Issues following the revision of radiation dose limits for the lens of the eye"

Kataoka, Noriaki*; Nakajima, Junya; Otsu, Saori; Takahashi, Akina; Takamiya, Kei; Umeda, Masayuki; Nishiono, Kanoko*

Hoken Butsuri (Internet), 56(1), p.28 - 31, 2021/03

no abstracts in English

Journal Articles

Report on social communication activities of Young Researchers Association and Students Association of JHPS; Chiba-shi Science Festa

Yamada, Ryohei; Kono, Takahiko; Nakajima, Junya; Hirouchi, Jun; Tsuji, Tomoya; Umeda, Masayuki; Igarashi, Yu*; Koike, Hiromi*

Hoken Butsuri (Internet), 56(1), p.32 - 38, 2021/03

no abstracts in English

Journal Articles

Joint meeting of young researchers in the field of radiation protection and radiation biology

Kataoka, Noriaki*; Nakajima, Junya; Miwa, Kazuji; Hirota, Seiko*; Tsubota, Yoichi; Yamada, Ryohei; Fujimichi, Yuki*; Ishikawa, Junya*; Sunaoshi, Masaaki*

Hoken Butsuri (Internet), 54(2), p.140 - 145, 2019/06

It is the written report of the joint meeting of young researchers in the field of radiation protection and radiation biology.

Journal Articles

Model intercomparison of atmospheric $$^{137}$$Cs from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident; Simulations based on identical input data

Sato, Yosuke*; Takigawa, Masayuki*; Sekiyama, Tsuyoshi*; Kajino, Mizuo*; Terada, Hiroaki; Nagai, Haruyasu; Kondo, Hiroaki*; Uchida, Junya*; Goto, Daisuke*; Qu$'e$lo, D.*; et al.

Journal of Geophysical Research; Atmospheres, 123(20), p.11748 - 11765, 2018/10

 Times Cited Count:19 Percentile:80.33(Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences)

A model intercomparison of the atmospheric dispersion of $$^{137}$$Cs emitted following the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident was conducted by 12 models to understand the behavior of $$^{137}$$Cs in the atmosphere. The same meteorological data, horizontal grid resolution, and an emission inventory were applied to all the models to focus on the model variability originating from the processes included in each model. The multi-model ensemble captured 40% of the observed $$^{137}$$Cs events, and the figure-of-merit in space for the total deposition of $$^{137}$$Cs exceeded 80. Our analyses indicated that the meteorological data were most critical for reproducing the $$^{137}$$Cs events. The results also revealed that the differences among the models were originated from the deposition and diffusion processes when the meteorological field was simulated well. However, the models with strong diffusion tended to overestimate the $$^{137}$$Cs concentrations.

Journal Articles

Report on the 15th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Radiation Safety Management

Nakajima, Junya

Hoken Butsuri, 52(2), p.136 - 138, 2017/06

The 15th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Radiation Safety Management was held at Okayama University from November 30th to December 2nd. In addition to some general sessions, two special lectures, two invited lectures, one morning lecture, one symposium and one session of planning committee were arranged. This is a report of the 15th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Radiation Safety Management.

JAEA Reports

Case studies of radiation dose assessment in emergency situation of nuclear facilities

Kawasaki, Masatsugu; Nakajima, Junya; Yoshida, Keisuke; Kato, Saori; Nishino, Sho; Nozaki, Teo; Nakagawa, Masahiro; Tsunoda, Junichi; Sugaya, Yuki; Hasegawa, Rie; et al.

JAEA-Data/Code 2017-004, 57 Pages, 2017/03

JAEA-Data-Code-2017-004.pdf:2.34MB

In emergency situation of nuclear facilities, we need to estimate the radiation dose due to radiation and radioactivity to grasp the influence range of the accident in the early stage. Therefore, we prepare the case studies of dose assessment for public exposure dose and personal exposure dose and contribute them to emergency procedures. This document covers about accidents of nuclear facilities in Nuclear Science Research Institute and past accident of nuclear power plant, and it can be used for inheritance of techniques of emergency dose assessment.

JAEA Reports

Survey of radiation protection creiteria following the accident at the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant

Yamada, Katsunori; Fujii, Katsutoshi; Kanda, Hiroshi; Higashi, Daisuke; Kobayashi, Toshiaki; Nakagawa, Masahiro; Fukami, Tomoyo; Yoshida, Keisuke; Ueno, Yumi; Nakajima, Junya; et al.

JAEA-Review 2013-033, 51 Pages, 2013/12

JAEA-Review-2013-033.pdf:2.73MB

After the accident at Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant, various numerical criteria relevant to radiation protection were defined. We surveyed these criteria through internet. As a result of survey, the following 13 items were identified: (1) criteria for taking stable iodine tablets, (2) criteria for the screening of surface contamination, (3) evacuation area, sheltering area, etc., (4) activity concentrations in food, drinking water, etc., (5) dose limit for radiation workers engaged in emergency work, (6) guideline levels of radioactive substances in bathing areas, (7) criteria for use of school buildings and schoolyards, (8) restriction on planting rice, (9) acceptable activity concentrations in feedstuff, (10) acceptable activity concentrations in compost, (11) criteria for export containers and ships, (12) criteria for contaminated waste, (13) standards for radiation workers engaged in decontamination work. In this report, the basis of and issues on these criteria are summarized.

Oral presentation

Development of a long-life vitrification melter

Kato, Junya; Miyauchi, Atsushi; Aoshima, Atsushi; Shiotsuki, Masao; Yamashita, Teruo; Nakajima, Masayoshi; Morikawa, Yo; Miura, Akihiko; Fukui, Toshiki*; Yamasaki, Akito*; et al.

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

Radiation protection practices at the nuclear science research institute under the influence of Fukushima nuclear accident, 2; Radiation control of nuclear facilities

Kikuchi, Masamitsu; Umehara, Takashi; Shishido, Nobuhito; Kuramochi, Akihiko; Fujii, Katsutoshi; Nakajima, Junya

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

Failure analysis of radiation monitors in NUCEF and preventive maintenance to the failure

Nakajima, Junya; Yokosuka, Yoshiyuki; Arakawa, Yuto; Shimizu, Isamu; Umehara, Takashi

no journal, , 

In NUCEF we monitor the radiation level continuously with 81 radiation monitors. Although these monitors are checked periodically, failures have occurred due to various reasons. Then we accumulated all monitor failures which had happened in recent 18 years, and categorized them by reason. This allowed us to find that the number of the failure much differs from monitor to monitor, and that there was a deviation between the reasons of the failure. After that, about degradation of GM tube used as dust monitor, which is by far the most of all reasons, we investigated the relation between the average cps and the interval of exchange. As a result, we couldn't find any causal relationship between the both. On the other hand, to improve the failure situation, we have exchanged expendables periodically, and furthermore, the result of the failure analysis should be fed back for better preventive maintenance.

Oral presentation

Regional contribution through the environmental monitoring which was conducted by JAEA Oarai, followed by the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Disaster

Muto, Yasunobu; Yamada, Junya; Seya, Natsumi; Shimizu, Takehiko; Takasaki, Koji; Nakajima, Akemi

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

Wake effects on fast molecular transmission through a nanocapillary

Tsuchida, Hidetsugu*; Nakajima, Kaoru*; Yokoe, Junya*; Sugiyama, Motohiko*; Ota, Yushi*; Majima, Takuya*; Shibata, Hiromi*; Tomita, Shigeo*; Sasa, Kimikazu*; Hirata, Koichi*; et al.

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

Examination of the liquid scintillation cocktails for C-14 monitoring of exhaust

Nakajima, Junya; Yamada, Katsunori; Yokoyama, Hiroya; Shishido, Nobuhito; Muto, Yasushi

no journal, , 

We implement C-14 monitoring of exhaust in such a way as to measure mono-ethanolamine which is a collector of $$^{14}$$CO$$_{2}$$ with a liquid scintillation counter. Since Aquasol-2, which we have used so far was finished selling, we have done technical examinations on Insta-Gel plus and Ultima Gold for the alternative cocktail of Aquasol-2. In the result, as for the both cocktails, we confirmed that mono-ethanolamine can merge into the cocktails with some chemical additive, and detection limits of C-14 can comply the law limit of C-14 concentration of exhaust. However, chemical luminescence of Ultima Gold was so intense that it might affect the measurement in the case of measuring H-3 at the same time. Because of this, we chose Insta-Gel plus as the alternative cocktail.

Oral presentation

2nd atmospheric model intercomparison project for Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident on March 2011; 2nd FDNPP-MIP

Sato, Yosuke*; Takigawa, Masayuki*; Sekiyama, Tsuyoshi*; Kajino, Mizuo*; Grahn, H.*; Br$"a$nnstr$"o$m, N.*; von Schoenberg, P.*; Kondo, Hiroaki*; Terada, Hiroaki; Nagai, Haruyasu; et al.

no journal, , 

The second intercomparison of atmospheric model targeting on the radionuclide (i.e. $$^{137}$$Cs) released from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (FDNPP) on March 2011 is conducted. Thirteen atmospheric models, which include both the Lagrangian- and Eulerian-based dispersion models, participate in this model intercomparison project (MIP). The purposes of this MIP are to (1) understand the transport process of the radionuclide in atmosphere, (2) estimate the uncertainties in wet and dry deposition process among the models, (3) reveal the essential key processes to reproduce the plume of $$^{137}$$Cs, (4) assess the multi-model ensemble mean, and (5) obtain the knowledge for improving the physical processes of the models. To exclude the uncertainties of the model results originated from the emission inventory, all models used the same emission inventory. The meteorological data with fine spatiotemporal resolution, which was calculated by the Japanese operational weather forecast model coupled with the local ensemble transform Kalman Filter data assimilation system, was applied for all models to reduce the uncertainties originated from the difference in the meteorological field. As well as the comparison among the models, the comparison between the models and in-situ measurement from the national suspended particle matter (SPM) sampling network are conducted. The comparisons between the model results and the SPM data indicate that the $$^{137}$$Cs concentration near the FDNPP transported without precipitation process was relatively well reproduced by using the meteorological data with fine spatiotemporal resolution. On the contrary, $$^{137}$$Cs concentration accompanied with precipitation has large inter-model spread. In the presentation, we will discuss the more detailed analyses about the physical process to determine the $$^{137}$$Cs concentration.

Oral presentation

Model intercomparison study for atmospheric $$^{137}$$Cs from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident using identical input data

Sato, Yosuke*; Takigawa, Masayuki*; Sekiyama, Tsuyoshi*; Kajino, Mizuo*; Terada, Hiroaki; Nagai, Haruyasu; Kondo, Hiroaki*; Uchida, Junya*; Goto, Daisuke*; Qu$'e$lo, D.*; et al.

no journal, , 

An intercomparison of atmospheric dispersion model targeting on the physical process of $$^{137}$$Cs released from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant was conducted. Twelve atmospheric models participated in this project. To exclude the uncertainties of the model result due to the emission inventory and meteorological data, all models used the same emission and meteorological data. Concentration of $$^{137}$$Cs from the national suspended particle matter monitoring network and the deposition density by the aircraft were used for the comparison between results of the model and observation. Our analyses elucidated the figure of merit in space (FMS) of the model ensemble mean was improved from a previous model intercomparson about the accumulated deposition. The model ensemble mean captured approximately 36% of the observed high concentration. The inter-model spread of the capture rate was from 8% to 38%. It was originated from the difference in deposition and diffusion processes among the models.

Oral presentation

Model intercomparison project for $$^{137}$$Cs from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Accident using identical meteorological data and source term

Sato, Yosuke*; Takigawa, Masayuki*; Sekiyama, Tsuyoshi*; Kajino, Mizuo*; Terada, Hiroaki; Nagai, Haruyasu; Kondo, Hiroaki*; Uchida, Junya*; Goto, Daisuke*; Qu$'e$lo, D.*; et al.

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

Model intercomparison project for cesium ($$^{137}$$Cs) from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Accident using identical meteorological data and source term

Sato, Yosuke*; Takigawa, Masayuki*; Sekiyama, Tsuyoshi*; Kajino, Mizuo*; Terada, Hiroaki; Nagai, Haruyasu; Kondo, Hiroaki*; Uchida, Junya*; Goto, Daisuke*; Qu$'e$lo, D.*; et al.

no journal, , 

no abstracts in English

Oral presentation

Radiation management for the remodeling work of STACY

Nakajima, Junya; Yamada, Katsunori; Hasegawa, Rie; Umeda, Masayuki; Seki, Masakazu; Muto, Yasushi; Sawahata, Katsunori

no journal, , 

STACY (Static Experiment Critical Facility) has been under remodeling work. During the demolition work of the previous model of STACY, we conducted radiation management for both internal exposure and external exposure taking the characteristics of the previous model into consideration. As a result, any contamination and internal exposure of the all workers was detected, and external exposure of the all workers were less than the detection limit.

Oral presentation

Review of model intercomparison projects (MIPs) of atmospheric dispersion model for $$^{137}$$Cs emitted from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant; MIPs with identical source term and meteorological data

Sato, Yosuke*; Takigawa, Masayuki*; Sekiyama, Tsuyoshi*; Kajino, Mizuo*; Terada, Hiroaki; Nagai, Haruyasu; Kadowaki, Masanao; Kondo, Hiroaki*; Uchida, Junya*; Goto, Daisuke*; et al.

no journal, , 

Two Model Intercomparison of Projects (MIPs) of atmospheric dispersion model targeting on $$^{137}$$Cs released from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (FDNPP) on March 2011 were conducted. Both MIPs were conducted using an identical source term of $$^{137}$$Cs, identical meteorological data, and the same horizontal grid resolution (3 km and 1 km) to exclude the uncertainties of the model originated from them. Our analyses indicated that most of the model well simulated the atmospheric $$^{137}$$Cs obtained from the operational aerosol sampling of the national suspended particle matter network. Our analyses also indicated that meteorological data were most critical for reproducing the atmospheric $$^{137}$$Cs events, and the extent of the horizontal diffusion and the deposition were critical if the meteorological field was reasonably simulated. The comparison of the results between the two MIPs elucidated that the fine grid resolution is required to simulate atmospheric $$^{137}$$Cs in the vicinity of FDNPP, but the use of the fine grid resolution does not always improve the performance of the models especially for areas distant from the FDNPP. The results of both MIPs elucidated that the good performance of some models improved the performance of the multimodel, highlighting the advantage of using a multimodel ensemble.

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