TRANSAT (TRANSversal Actions for Tritium) is a 4-year multidisciplinary project that will contribute to improving the knowledge on tritium management in fission and fusion facilities. It will aim to address the challenges related to tritium release mitigation strategies and waste management improvement, and refine knowledge in the fields of radiotoxicity, radiobiology, and dosimetry.
The project aims to achieve 3 strategic objectives.
Various stakeholders contribute to the work carried out in TRANSAT and will benefit from the project outcomes. The production, storage, transport and other operations related to tritium will need a more specific framework in the long term. This project will bring major inputs to the existing technical and legal frameworks and to the development of appropriate rules, procedures, standards, legislation, etc. The outcomes will also bring new technical knowledge to the fission & fusion community and help the public and private stakeholders prepare for an appropriate global management and financial environment in the short, medium and long term horizon.
NEWS & EVENTS
Mark your calendar for the first TRANSAT workshop on Tritium Transport Modelling in Nuclear Fission & Fusion! As one of…
The TRANSAT project organises a workshop dedicated to online tritium detection techniques on September 30. The workshop will be held…
Overview of the TRANSAT (TRANSversal Actions for Tritium) project, Karine Liger, Christian Grisolia, Ion Cristescu, Carlos Moreno, Véronique Malard, Dave Coombs and Sabina Markelj. Access publication
Thermochemical Non-Equilibrium in Thermal Plasmas, Bultel, V. Morel and J. Annaloro. Access publication
Efficient hydrogen and deuterium permeation reduction in Al2O3 coatings with enhanced radiation tolerance and corrosion resistance, D. Iadicicco, S. Bassini, M. Vanazzi, P. Muñoz, A. Moroño, T. Hernandez, I. García-Cortés, F.J. Sánchez, M. Utili, F. García Ferré
Towards ps-LIBS tritium measurements in W/Al materials, Arnaud Bultel, Vincent Morel, Aurélien Favre, Gilles Godard, Abdenacer Benyagoub, Isabelle Monnet, Alexandre Sémérok, Maria Dinescu, Sabina Markelj, Philippe Magaud & Christian Grisolia.
The public deliverables of the project will be published when they become available.