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Neutronic and thermal-hydraulic analysis of advanced nuclear systems

Nuclear System Engineering Laboratory

Categories of technology seeds
Nuclear System Safety
keyword

Faculty

竹澤 宏樹

TAKEZAWA Hiroki

TEL:
0258-47-9691

Specialties

Nuclear Engineering

Research areas

1. Study on the collaboration between small modular reactors and variable renewable energy sources.
2. Development of code and simulator for SMR load-following analysis.
3. Study on nuclear battery and RTG for utilizing nuclear waste.
4. Development of criticality impact analysis method for the decomissioning of Fukushima Daiichi NPS.

Main facilities

High-performance parallel computing server, workstations, Continuous energy Monte Carlo neutron transport calculation code MVP・Serpent, Multi-region Integral Kinetic analysis code MIK2.0, Monte Calro particle transport calculation code PHITS.

Forte of this laboratory's study

1. Neutronic calculation of nuclear reactor・neutronic calculation code development
2. Monte calro particle transport calculation・calculation code development1. Neutronic calculation of nuclear reactor・neutronic calculation code development
2. Monte calro particle transport calculation・calculation code development

Achivements/proposals via industry-academia collabolations

1. MEXT/JAEA-CLADS Research grant for Decommissioning Science, Improvement to critical safety technology for Fukushima-Daiichi NPS decommissioning, Oct. 2019 - Dec. 2020.
2. MEXT/JAEA-CLADS Research grant for Decommissioning Science, Fuel debris criticality analysis technology using non-contact measurement method, Dec. 2021 - Mar. 2024.

Areas interesting to interact with

1. Study on the collaboration between small modular reactors and variable renewable energy sources.
2. Development of code and simulator for SMR load-following analysis.
3. Study on nuclear battery and RTG for utilizing nuclear waste.

Intellectual properties

None

Message

Nuclear System Engineering Laboratory was launched on Jan. 1st, 2022 to explore innovative applications of nuclear energy with focus on small/micro modular reactors and nuclear batteries.

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