This course aims to study the various chemical analysis operations, which are required for the treatment of nuclear debris and nuclear liquid and solid waste matrix generated from the nuclear severe accidents. In particular, 4 types of experiments consisting of solvent extraction, refining and conversion, decommissioning, and migration behavior of radionuclides in clays will be performed.
The goals are as follows.
1.You can obtain the scientific and technical insights for the chemical analysis of radioisotopes and nuclear fuel material.
2.You can understand the liquid and solid properties of radioisotopes and nuclear fuel material.
3.You can get the suitable knowledge for obtaining the license of Type-I radiation protection supervisor.
Nuclear fuel cycle, nuclear waste management, nuclear debris, and severe accident
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
In order to enhance your learning, the practices will be assigned.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Regulation for radiation workers||Studies on regulation for radiation workers|
|Class 2||Basis of chemical analysis of radioisotopes and nuclear fuel material||Studies on basic chemical analysis of radioisotopes and nuclear fuel material|
|Class 3||Solvent extraction experiments of radioisotopes and nuclear fuel material||Experiments of solvent extraction for radioisotopes and nuclear fuel material|
|Class 4||Evaluation of extraction efficiency of radioisotopes and nuclear fuel material||Evaluation of extraction efficiency by using ICP spectroscopy|
|Class 5||Preparation and dissolution experiments of uranium oxide compounds||Experiments of preparation and dissolution for radioisotopes and nuclear fuel material|
|Class 6||Evaluation of uranium oxide compounds||Evaluation of uranium oxide compounds by using X-ray diffraction method|
|Class 7||Nuclear decommissioning experiments of radioisotopes and nuclear fuel material||Experiments of decommissioning for radioisotopes and nuclear fuel material by using porous materials|
|Class 8||Investigation of migration behavior of radioisotopes and nuclear fuel material in clays||Experiments of migration behavior for radioisotopes and nuclear fuel material in clays|
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Recommend your attendance in the lecture of Nuclear Fuel Cycle Engineering. In addition, you should attend the training for regulation of radiation hazardous and register as a radiation worker.
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