Transport phenomena of hydrogen isotopes, radiation including neutron and gamma-ray in fusion system.
1)modeling of diffusion, convection, surface-reaction of hydrogen isotopes
2)modeling of hot atom reaction of hydrogen isotopes with solid materials
3)neutron transport calculation and validity estimation by experiments
4)radiation transport in environment, and the safety analyses of fusion system
5)development of advanced beta-ray detector
|Course||Division of Fusion System|
|Affiliation||Device Engineering and Applied Physics Research Division|
|Department||Hydrogen Isotope Application Research Section|
|Degree||Doctor of Science|
|Works||-Makoto Kobayashi, Kensuke Toda, Yasuhisa Oya, Kenji Okuno, “Dependency of irradiation damage density on tritium migration in Li2TiO3”, Journal of Nuclear Materials, 447 (2014) pp.1-8.
-Makoto Kobayashi, Yasuhisa Oya, Kenzo Munakata and Kenji Okuno, “Developing a tritium release model for Li2TiO3 with irradiation-induced defects”, Journal of Nuclear Materials, 458 (2015) pp.22-28.
-Makoto Kobayashi, Yasuhisa Oya, Kenji Okuno, “Migration of hydrogen isotopes in lithium metatitanate”, Journal of Nuclear Materials, 439 (2013) pp.159-167.
|Responsible course||Special Lecture: " Introduction of the neutron transport theory and exercise of the Monte Carlo neutron transport calculation "|
|Keyword||Transport phenomena of hydrogen isotopes and radiations|