Announcement of CLADS workshop as Fukushima Research Conference for“Dialog on Fuel/Core Degradation in Severe Accident among Experts of Material Science, Thermodynamics, Severe Accident Analysis and Modeling” 5 July, 2017
It is expected that decommissioning of Fukushima-Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (FDNPS) would take certain time. In order to promote the decommissioning activities on one hand, and learn from there to the maximum on the other hand, understanding on the accident progression behavior and the resultant final conditions is indispensable. Since the presently available information is quite limited, estimation based on forensic pieces of information spreading around a wide range of scientific fields is necessary. It is intended in this meeting to enhance dialog among worldwide scientists in different areas so that a common understanding on resolved points and open issues can be enhanced. It is also intended to promote international collaboration that would last for a long period contributing to safety enhancement of existing and future worldwide NPPs.
Time & Venue
5 July, 2017
9:20-12-30 [Registration 9:00- , Conference bus departure (Iwaki) 7:50- ]
Manabi-no-Mori TomiokaTown Art & Media Center, 621-1, Motooka, Tomioka-machi, Futaba-gun, Fukushima
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Please download the Registration Form and fill in the blanks with yourpersonal information in the form. The form should be sent to us (thefollowing address) by e-mail no later than Friday, June 30th, 2017.
For information on public transport to Iwaki,please visit the following websites:
Thermodynamic Characterisation of Fuel Debris and Fission Products Based on Scenario Analysis of Severe Accident Progression at Fukushima-Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (TCOFF) :
Actinide2017 : http://actinides2017.jp/
Japan Atomic Energy Agency
Sector of Fukushima Research and Development
CLADS(Collaborative Laboratories for Advanced Decommissioning Science)
2-4 Shirane Shirakata, Tokai-mura,Ibaraki 319-1195
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