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Task 3 Activation Products Source Term

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1 Scope

This task addresses the underlying mechanisms producing, and techniques for mitigating, mobilization of material in postulated fusion reactor accidents.  Specific issues of concern include: dust generation, transport, and release, dust explosibility, system development for dust detection and removal, oxidation-driven volatility of structural material, activated corrosion product transport, and chemical reactivity and hydrogen production.  Many of these items closely correlate to issues studied in Task 1.

2 Progress ( 2014 )

IPP/INL collaboration on ASDEX dust morphology, composition, and size distribution is completed. Final results summarized in comprehensive journal article (M. Balden, N. Endstrasser, P. W. Humrickhouse, V. Rohde, M. Rasinski, U. von Toussaint, S. Elgeti, R. Neu, and the ASDEX Upgrade Team, Collection strategy, inner morphology, and size distribution of dust particles in ASDEX Upgrade, Nuclear Fusion 54 (2014) 073010.)

3 Future Plane ( 2015 )

US: The task 3 coordinator has no work related to task 3 planned for FY2015.

4 Experts

3 C Activation Products Source Terms

 

Canada

Open

 

China

Kaiming FENG

fengkm@swip.ac.cn

Europe

Christian Grisolia

Christian.grisolia@cea.fr

Japan

Nobuyuki Asakura

asakura.nobuyuki@jaea.go.jp

Korea

Hyung Jin SHIM

shimhj@snu.ac.kr

Russia

Petr Romanov

promanov@uant.faae.ru

US

Paul Humrickhouse

paul.humrickhouse@inl.gov

 

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