J-GLOBAL ID:200904082521227007  Research Project code:9911003165 Update date:Jun. 15, 2006

Research and Development on Computational Science and Engineering in Nuclear Fields

Study period:1999 - 2003
Research overview:
Computational science researches are performed on fundamental materials science and thermal hydraulic topics concerning the reactor aging problems. In the material science field, molecular dynamics, first principle, and the mesoscale methods are applied to study the thermal and mechanical properties of materials, behavior of radiation induced defects in metals, and mechanical properties of grain boundary. In the thermal hydraulic field, lattice Boltzmann method is applied to derive the empirical formula used in the two-phase flow analysis in light water reactors.
Keywords (10):
Molecular dynamics ,  First principle calculations ,  Multiphase flow ,  Radiation induced defects ,  材料物質 ,  照射材料 ,  格子欠陥 ,  結晶粒界 ,  マルチスケールモデリング ,  経年変化
Project name: Multiscale modeling on Materials and Fluids
Project Organization (1):
  • Japan Atomic Energy Agency
Researcher representative of the project  (1):
  • KABURAKI Hideo
Research program: Frontier Research Program
Ministry with control over the research :
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
Research budget: 2003: \51,856,000

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