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By Edited by Pietro VINCENZINI World Academy of Ceramics and National Research Council, Italy Co-edited by Hua-Tay LIN, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA Kevin FOX, Savannah River National Laboratory, USA

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To obtain high transmutation rate, many transmutation methods have been studied using light water reactors (LWRs) as well as FRs. In the case of LWRs, the neutron spectra are so soft that the neutron reaction cross-sections of the fission products and actinides are relatively large, although the neutron fluxes are not so high. On the contrary, FRs provide high fast neutron flux, where the neutron reaction cross sections are small compared with those in the thermal energy region.

A currently available method for final disposal of the high-level wastes is to vitrify them under rigid control, to store them in monitored spots until the radiation level decays to allowable levels and to dispose them underground. To reduce the need for this type of isolation, many kinds of transmutation methods have been studied. Transmutation rate, which is one of the most important factors for the transmutation methods, is determined by values of neutron flux and nuclear reaction cross section.

Sedano, B. Riccardi, Journal of Nuclear Material, 307-311 (2002) 1430-1435 [22] Y. , Fus. Eng. Des. 36 Experimental development at a pilot plant scale of a Reduced Activation Ferritic/Martensitic RAFM steel, Asturfer® A. Morán1, a, R. Coto1, b, J. M. Artímez1, d 1 Fundación ITMA, Parque Empresaria Principado de Asturias. es Keywords: Asturfer®, RAFM, Eurofer97, Fusion reactor. Abstract. Ferritic/Martensitic steels, with chromium contents ranging between 9 and 12%, were introduced into fusion material programs due to their better creep resistance and excellent thermal and nuclear properties compared to austenitic stainless steels.

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