Technology proposal to prevent the release of Fukushima tritium into the ocean

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UZIKOV Vitaly, engineer, Russia (uzikov62@mail.ru)
UZIKOVA Irina, engineer, France (iuzikova@assystem.com)

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Abstract
The need for isotope separation of water molecules with protium (ordinary hydrogen), deuterium and tritium arises in various industries: obtaining heavy (D2O) water for the nuclear industry; purification of radioactive water from tritium during the elimination of the consequences of the accident at the Fukushima NPP and heavy water at nuclear reactors; reduction of the natural concentration of heavy hydrogen isotopes in water for biological and medical purposes, etc. But first of all, our proposals are an attempt to propose a technology that could prevent the discharge of water contaminated with tritium into the world ocean after the accident at the Fukushima nuclear power plant.
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9 comments to Technology proposal to prevent the release of Fukushima tritium into the ocean

  • Andrea Rossi

    Lars:
    Thank you for your suggestion,
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Lars

    Dear Andrea,
    If the plasma have problem to adjust to the various required load maybe you could have several smaller plasmas and connect more of them depending on what is for the moment required. So instead of trynig to controll hos much a big plasma should give in every moment you could connect more small plasmas the more the load requries.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Lars Lindberg:
    No, the problem is not dimensional
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Lars Lindberg

    Dear Andrea,
    maybe it is better to have a smaller plasma to be able to control it better?

  • Andrea Rossi

    Jan Srajer:
    1. yes
    2. yes
    3. yes
    4. yes
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Jan Srajer

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    Warm regards

  • Engineer

    Dear Irina and Vitaly Uzikov:
    Thank you for your prompt answer. I agree with you and hope your proposal will be taken seriously by the authorities dealing with this huge problem.
    Thank you also for teching us the ALARA acronym.
    All the best to you both,
    Engineer

  • Dear engineer!

    Thank you for your comment! We also very much hope so. In accordance with the ALARA principle, this relatively inexpensive technology will reduce the risk of tritium entering the body when eating fish caught in the Fukushima water discharge area. Perhaps this will save someone’s life and prevent mutations at the cellular level when a beta emitter enters the human body.
    (ALARA, abbreviated A s Low A s R easonably A chieveable) is one of the main criteria formulated in 1954 by the International Commission on Radiological Protection in order to minimize the harmful effects of ionizing radiation. Ensures that both individual (below the limits established by current standards) and collective radiation doses are maintained at the lowest possible and achievable level, taking into account social and economic factors.

    Irina and Vitaly Uzikov

  • Engineer

    Dear Eng. Vitaly Uzikov and Irina Uzikova:
    Thank you for your important paper published on the Journal of Nuclear Physics. Your technological proposal can help to resolve a tremendously difficult situation.
    I hope the authorities preposed to dispose of the nuclear wastes from the facility of Fukushima read your intelligent proposal, for the benefit of all.
    Engineer

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