RFP for Innovative Approach for Fuel Debris Retrieval

The Final Report of the Conceptual Study of Innovative Approach for Fuel Debris Retrieval and Feasibility Study of Essential Technologies

IRID has been supporting technologically the projects of Conceptual Study of Innovative Approach for Fuel Debris Retrieval and Feasibility Study of Essential Technologies, which was solicited by Mitsubishi Research Institute (MRI) last July as a subsidy program “Validation of technologies for Decommissioning and Contaminated Water management project in the FY2013 Supplementary Budget.”

This March, the final report meeting was held and 11 subsidized entities from Japan and overseas partisipated.
We are announcing the contents of the meeting is now available on the MRI’s website.

MRI’s website “The Accomplishment Report of the Conceptual Study of Innovative Approach for Fuel Debris Retrieval and Feasibility Study of Essential Technologies [Released on April 9]“

 


The Progress Report of the Conceptual Study of Innovative Approach for Fuel Debris Retrieval and Feasibility Study of Essential Technologies

IRID has been supporting technologically the projects of Conceptual Study of Innovative Approach for Fuel Debris Retrieval and Feasibility Study of Essential Technologies, which was solicited by Mitsubishi Research Institute (MRI) last July as a subsidy program “Validation of technologies for Decommissioning and Contaminated Water management project in the FY2013 Supplementary Budget.”

Last October, 11 subsidized entities from Japan and overseas were adopted and have been operating the following three projects

(1) Conceptual Study of Innovative Approach for Fuel Debris Retrieval
(2) Feasibility Study of Visual and Measurement Technology for Innovative Approach
(3) Feasibility Study of Fuel Debris Cutting and Dust Collection Technology for Innovative Approach

And last December, the interim report meeting was held to share the progress situation and the challenge of each entity.
We are announcing the contents of the meeting is now available on the MRI’s website.

MRI’s website “The Progress Report of the Conceptual Study of Innovative Approach for Fuel Debris Retrieval and Feasibility Study of Essential Technologies [Released on February 24]“