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Utilisation and Reliability of High Power Proton Accelerators : Workshop Proceedings, Daejeon, Republic of Korea, 16-19 May 2004 / Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and Nuclear Energy Agency.

Author/Creator:
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Publication:
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2005.
Format/Description:
Government document
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1 online resource (616 pages)
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Nuclear Science 19900643.
Nuclear Science 19900643.
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Subjects:
Nuclear Energy.
Local subjects:
Korea, Republic of. (search)
Summary:
Accelerator-driven systems (ADS) are being considered for their potential use in the transmutation of radioactive waste. The performance of such hybrid nuclear systems depends to a large extent on the specification and reliability of high power accelerators, as well as the integration of the accelerator with spallation targets and sub-critical systems. At present, much R&D work is still required in order to demonstrate the desired capability of the system as a whole. Accelerator scientists and reactor physicists from around the world gathered at an NEA workshop to discuss issues of common interest and to present the most recent achievements in their research. Discussions focused on accelerator reliability; target, window and coolant technology; sub-critical system design and ADS simulations; safety and control of ADS; and ADS experiments and test facilities. These proceedings contain the technical papers presented at the workshop as well as summaries of the working group discussions held. They will be of particular interest to scientists working on ADS development as well as on radioactive waste management issues in general.
Contents:
Optimisation of a Code to Improve Spallation Yield Predictions in an ADS Target System
Summary of Working Group Discussion on Accelerators
ADS Accelerator Reliability Activities in Europe
Research on the Accelerator-Driven Subcritical Reactor at the Kyoto University Critical Assembly (KUCA) with an FFAG Proton Accelerator
Summary of Working Group Discussion on Subcritical Systems and Interface Engineering
CFD Analysis on the Active Part of Window Target Unit for LBE-Cooled XADS
Summary of Technical Session V
Summary of Technical Session IV
Status of the Megapie Project
Status of the Trade Experiment
Summary of Technical Session III
The European Project PDS-XADS "preliminary Design Studies of an Experimental Accelerator-Driven System"
Primary Isotopic Yields for MSDM Calculations of Spallation Reactions on 208Pb with Proton Energy of 1 GeV
Research and Development on Accelerator-Driven Systems
Introduction of a Dual Injection Tube for the Design of a 20 MW Lead-Bismuth Target System
Design Study around Beam Window of ADS
The Vacuum Interface Compatibility Experiment Vice Supporting the MYRRHA Windowless Target Design
Thermal Stability of the U-Zr Fuel and its Interfacial Reaction with Lead
Summary of Technical Session I
Background/perspective
Accelerator-Driven Systems in Advanced Fuel Cycles
Corrosion Tests in the Static Condition and Installation of Corrosion Loop at KAERI for Lead-Bismuth Eutectic
Status of the Spallation Neutron Source Accelerator Complex
Vacuum Gas Dynamics Investigation and Experimental Results on the Trasco ADS Windowless Interface
Application of the Hyper System to the DUPIC Fuel Cycle
Research and Development on Lead-Bismuth Technology for Accelerator-Driven Transmutation Systemat JAERIi
Concept of Transmutation Experimental Facility
Methods and Codes for Estimation of Tolerance
Experimental Verification of Selected Transmutation Technology and Materials for Basic Components of a Demonstration Transmuter with Liquid Fuel Based
Executive Summary
On the Supplementary Feedback Effect Specific for Accelerator-Coupled Systems ACS
French Accelerator Research for ADS Developments
An Improved Superconducting ADS Driver Linac Design
Keff and Ks Burn-up Swing Compensation in MYRRHA
Hybrid Power Extraction Reactor Hyper Project
Construction of a FFAG Complex for ADS Research in KURRI
Analysis of Lead-Bismuth Eutectic Flowing into Beam Duct
Improvement of Reliability of the Trasco Intense Proton Source Trips at INFN-LNS
Present Status of the J-PARC Accelerator Complex
High-Energy Beat Transport Lines and Delivery System for Intense Proton Beams
Comparative Transient Analysis of Pb/Bi and Gas-cooled XADS Concepts
Thermal-Hydraulic Experiments on the Tall LBE Test Facility
R&D of ADS in Japan
Comparative Transient Analyses of Accelerator-Driven Systems with Mixed Oxide and Advanced Fertile-Free Fuels
Los Alamos Perspective on High-Intensity Accelerators
Beam Dynamics Studies for the Fault Tolerance Assessment of the PDS-XADS Linac
Spoke Cavities
Development of a Superconducting Proton Linac for ADS
Chinese Status of HPPA Development
Safety Analysis of the EU PDS-XADS Designs
CFD Analysis of the Heavy Liquid Metal Flow Field in the MYRRHA Pool
The PDS-XADS Reference Accelerator
Results of the Second Phase of Calculations Relevant to the WPPT Benchmark on Beam Interruptions
Estimation of Some Characteristics of the Cascade Subcritical Molten Salt Reactor CSMSR
Annex 2 List of Participants
Technological Aspects and Challenges for High-Power Proton Accelerator-Driven System Application
Summary of Working Group Discussion on Safety and Control of ADS
ADS Neutronics
Status of the Conceptual Design of an Accelerator and Beam Transport Line for Trade
ADS Safety.
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Contributor:
Nuclear Energy Agency.
SourceOECD (Online Service)
ISBN:
9789264013810
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