Full utilization of nuclear facilities for strengt https://kaeri.re.kr/eng/menu?menuId=MENU00732 Full utilization of nuclear facilities for strengt 게시판 rss 정보 Full utilization of nuclear facilities for strengt 2018-11-29 13:16:43.0 323 329 BOARD00313 MENU00732 관리자 https://kaeri.re.kr/eng/onpenRequestBorad?appId=1&linkId=323&menuId=MENU00732 <!-- 콘텐츠영역 --> Background Large-scale facilities are crucial for basic science Goal Stable operation of large-scale nuclear research facilities Significance Meeting the special mission of a government-funded institute by stably providing science communities and companies with government-funded facilities <h2 class="hide">"Basic Science and Research" a detailed list</h2> Full utilization of nuclear facilities for strengthening the basic research capacity Strengthening basic research in various fields <h3 class="hide">Promotion Strategy</h3> (Goal) Performance enhancement and stable operation of large-scale facilities such as HANARO, proton accelerator, radiation irradiation facility, etc (Safe operation) Enhancing the safety of nuclear facilities by, for instance, taking actions after the Periodic Safety Review of HANARO (Stable operation) Operability over 90% of HANARO and proton accelerator, respectively (Enhancement of performance and Construction of new facilities) Operation of more than 15 neutron scattering instruments, Construction of electron beam facility (year 2018), Construction of proton based Li-8 facility (year 2019), and Construction of supporting facilities for utilizing next-generation synchrotron radiation facility (long-term plan) (Action plan) Substantiating a unified supporting system for users and developing research projects that would share facilities with other research institutes Research Topics Stable operation of large-scale research facilities such as HANARO Safety enhancement of large-scale research facilities Performance enhancement of large-scale research facilities Promoting for sharing of large-scale research facilities Development of technology for simulation and impact assessment of cosmic rays and natural radiations Development of technology for the production and utilization of secondary particles such as pulsed neutrons and Li-8 Development of technologys for precise quantitative analysis using particle beams <h3 class="hide">Research Facilities</h3> <h4>Research Facilities</h4> HANARO Thermal Neutron Beam Within the confines of the HANARO reactor building, several thermal neutron instruments occupy reactor faces. The instruments are as follows: the High Resolution Powder Diffractometer (HRPD), the Four Circle Diffractometer (FCD), the Residual Stress Instrument (RSI), the Neutron Radiography Facility (NRF), and the Ex-core Neutron irradiation Facility (ENF). More instruments will be available in the coming years. These instruments are used to investigate the atomic and magnetic structure of matter and the inner structure of various machines and plants. <h4>Research Facilities</h4> Cold Neutron Research Facility The Cold Neutron Research Facility houses several cold neutron instruments that are used to study nanometer-sized structures of matter. The instruments are the 40m Small Angle Neutron Scattering instrument (40M-SANS), the 18m Small Angle Neutron Scattering Instrument (18M-SANS), the Vertical-type Reflectometer (REF-V), and the Korea Institute of Science and Technology Ultra-Small Angle Neutron Scattering instrument (KIST-USANS). More instruments will be available in the coming years. <h4>Research Facilities</h4> Proton Accelerator This accelerator strips electrons from hydrogen atoms and accelerates the remaining proton to 43% of light speed. The fast proton hits the target material and changes its structure and characteristics. The resulting material is used in nano-technology, information and communication technology, biological engineering, the aerospace industry, medical sciences and therapy, and the energy industry. <h4>Research Facilities</h4> Cyclotron The primary purpose of the cyclotron is to produce radioisotopes. Thus the device is mostly utilized in radioisotope research and the development of radiation generators. As an accelerator of protons, it is also used in proton utilization research. <h4>Research Facilities</h4> Irradiation Facility The gamma irradiation facility, the electron accelerator, and the ion injector are used in many disciplines, including material science, environment, agriculture, and biological engineering. <!-- //콘텐츠영역-->