New development of research aimed at the realization of a nuclear fusion reactor. Grant in Aid for Scienrific Research for Priority Areas(2007 tp 2011) Science and Technolgy for Fusion Reactor
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2007-2008
The open recruitment research (research period 2 years) that were recruited and accepted in 2007 are as follows.
A01: Experiment oriented research of the accumulation behavior of tritium in the complex environment of a nuclear fusion reactor
●Explaining the role of critical incidence on wall exhaust characteristics and the isotope effect
  Hideki Zushi (Kyushu University, Applied Mechanics Research)
●Analysis of JT-60U exhaust fumes using a high resolution mass spectrometer
  Takao Hayashi (Japan Atomic Energy Research and Development Institute
●High-precision measurement of solid surface tritium retention through DT coincidence nuclear reaction analysis method
 Kentaro Ochiai (Japan Atomic Energy Research and Development Institute)
●Measurement development of a model of dust within fusion reactor plasma
  Nobuyuki Asakura (Japan Atomic Energy Research and Development Institute)
A02: Development of a simulation code and theory behind the accumulation and emission evaluation of tritium in a nuclear fusion reactor
●Researching the interaction of tritium with the plasma wall through analysis of impurities by light emissions in the vicinity of opposing plasma walls
 Jun Kawada (Takuma National College of Technology)
●Simulation analysis of tritium fuel injection and behavior of impurities in the wall
  Kozo Yamasaki (Nagoya University Engineering Research Institute)
B01: Research regarding understanding the movement of tritium within the nuclear fusion reactor blanket, and developing a new recovery process
●Behavior of low temperature attraction method of hydrogen isotope separation under low pressure low desorption
  Kenji Koto (Kyushu University, Engineering Research)
B02: Research regarding the interaction between tritium and the materials of the nuclear fusion reactor within the blanket
●Research to improve the electrodes of the liquid hydrogen (isotope) pump and sensor for the liquid blanket
  Masatoshi Kondo (Institute for Nuclear Fusion Science)
C01: Explaining chemistry phenomena regarding high concentration tritium water to trap tritium and organic compounds
●A new method to detect tritium in water vapor through near infrared light dispersion method
  Kaori Kobayashi (Toyama University, Science and Technology research department)
C02: Tritium's penetration and leakage, and pollution/cleaning
●Development of a non-destructive measuring method of tritium through using image plates with bremsstrahlung radiation.
  Hiroko Ouchi (Tohoku University, Pharmaceutical research)
●Effects of tritium attached to metal surfaces on tritium attraction/emission behavior on tritium within a metal
  Teppei Otsuka (Kyushu University, Comprehensive Science and Technology research)
●Research regarding the behavior of tritium on material surfaces, and effective cleaning methods
  Kazuya Kobayashi (Japan Atomic Energy Research and Development Institute)
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