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Coupled THMC analysis for predicting hydro-mechanical evolution in siliceous mudstone

Ogata, Sho*; Yasuhara, Hideaki*; Aoyagi, Kazuhei; Kishida, Kiyoshi*

Proceedings of 53rd US Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium (USB Flash Drive), 6 Pages, 2019/06

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R&D status of hydrogen production test using IS process test facility made of industrial structural material in JAEA

Noguchi, Hiroki; Takegami, Hiroaki; Kamiji, Yu; Tanaka, Nobuyuki; Iwatsuki, Jin; Kasahara, Seiji; Kubo, Shinji

International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 44(25), p.12583 - 12592, 2019/05

 Times Cited Count:1 Percentile:100(Chemistry, Physical)

JAEA has been conducting R&D on thermochemical water-splitting hydrogen production IS process to develop one of heat applications of high-temperature gas-cooled reactor. A test facility was constructed using corrosion-resistant industrial materials to verify integrity of the IS process components and to demonstrate continuous and stable hydrogen production. The performance of components installed in each section was confirmed. Subsequently, a trial operation of integration of the processing sections was successfully carried out for 8 hours with hydrogen production rate of approximately 10 NL/h. After that, hydrogen production operation was extended to 31 hours (approximately hydrogen production rate of 20 NL/h) by introducing a corrosion-resistance pump system with a developed shaft seal technology.

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A Study of methods to prevent piping and erosion in buffer materials intended for a vertical deposition hole at the Horonobe Underground Research Laboratory

Jo, Mayumi*; Ono, Makoto*; Nakayama, Masashi; Asano, Hidekazu*; Ishii, Tomoko*

Geological Society Special Publications, 482, 16 Pages, 2018/09

 Times Cited Count:1 Percentile:53.3

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Production of pressurized cladding tube specimen for neutron irradiation

Isozaki, Futoshi*; Kikuchi, Taiji; Ioka, Ikuo; Ishikawa, Kazuyoshi; Hirata, Yuji*

JAERI-Tech 2002-074, 22 Pages, 2002/09


The pressurized tube specimens which enclosed high pressure inert gas were produced for the irradiation creep test. The pressurized tube specimen with 7mm outer diameter and 0.5mm wall thickness must be sealed by the welding, after the helium gas was impressed in the inside of tube. In this process, there was a technical problem of welding under high pressure, and it is difficult to seal the pressurized tube specimen in the present facility of our group. The production process was examined by taking shortening in production period and reduction in the cost into consideration. The sealing technology to enclose the helium gas up to 5.5MPa was established by new technique using the present facility and the mock-up test. And, it is necessary to measure the outer diameter of the pressurized tube specimen with high accuracy in order to predict irradiation creep deformation arising from neutron radiation and internal pressure. Therefore, the method for measuring at the 0.01mm measurement accuracy was established, which combined laser measuring instrument with the lathe.

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In-situ measurement of permeability in rock mass using water including clay

Oketani, Kazuki*; Nara, Yoshitaka*; Matsui, Hiroya; Fujii, Hirokazu*

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For the geological disposal of radioactive wastes, it is important to understand the long-term migration of radionuclides. The network of fractures and pores in a rock mass, which have a role as the pathway of the fluid flow of materials, may change due to sealing of a material in the long term. We measured changes in hydraulic conductivity of crystalline rock mass using water mixed with clays sampled from a fault in the Mizunami Underground Research Laboratory, Japan Atomic Energy Agency. This result indicates that permeability of in-situ rock mass is possible to decrease by fracture filling with a clay material in a fault.

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