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Session 11 Project review (90min) A. Perevesentzev (Chair) 
9:10-9:50 P.F. Cloessne
(SRNL)
An overview of United States Department of Energy Tritium activities
[Abstract], [Presentation]
9:50-10:20 T. Terai
(Univ. of Tokyo)
Fusion-related tritium research activities in Japanese Universities
[Abstract], [Presentation]
10:20-10:40 B. Bornschein
(KIT)
Between fusion and cosmology – the future of the Tritium Laboratory Karlsruhe (TLK)
[Abstract], [Presentation]

 Session 12 OBT (80min) D. Galeriu (Chair)
11:10-11:25 A. Golubev
(RFNC-VNIEF)
Modeling of organically-bound tritium build-up in crops after exposure to atmospheric HTO in greenhouse environment
[Abstract], [Presentation]
11:25-11:50 B. S. Lopez
(CEA)
Genetic instability at low and high doses of contamination with 3H-Thymidine, comparison with external exposure to gamma-rays
[Abstract], [Presentation]
11:50-12:10 H. Yamazawa
(Nagoya Univ.)
Realistic and practical modeling of tritium deposition to bare soil
[Abstract], [Presentation]
12:10-12:30 L. Patryl
(CEA.)
Sensitivity analysis of rain characteristics on HTO concentration in drops
[Abstract], [Presentation]

Session 13 Isotope separation (120min) L. Rodrigo (Chair) 
13:50-14:20 S. Suppiah
(AECL)
Tritium and technology developments for its management - A Canadian Perspective
[Abstract], [Presentation]
14:20-14:40 T. Sugiyama
(Nagoya Univ.)
Hydrogen-tritium isotope separation by CECE process with a randomly packed LPCE column
[Abstract], [Presentation]
14:40-15:00 L.K. Heung
(SRNL.)
TCAP hydrogen isotope separation using palladium and inverse columns
[Abstract], [Presentation]
15:00-15:25 D. Demange
(KIT)
CAPER modifications and first experimental results on highly tritiated water processing with PERMCAT at the Tritium Laboratory Karlsruhe
[Abstract], [Presentation]
15:25-15:45 H.A. Boniface
(AECL)
A light-water detritiation project at chalk river laboratories
[Abstract], [Presentation]

 Poster session 3
16:10-18:00 (110 min)
Y. Hatano and T. Norimatsu (Chair)
3P02-09 F. Siclet Organically bound tritium in freshwater ecosystems : long term trends in the environment of nuclear power stations
3P02-10 L. Vichot Modelised tritium free water tissue vs experimentation : the key to organically bounded tritium consideration
3P02-11 T. Uda The background levels of atmospheric tritium and OBT at NIFS Toki site of Japan
3P02-12 P. Jean-Baptiste Environmental OBT/HTO ratios revisited
3P02-13 N. Momoshima OBT measurement of vegetation by mass spectrometry and radiometry
3P02-14 H. Kakiuchi Low-level measurement of organically bound tritium in environmental samples with noble gas mass spectrometer
3P02-15 M. Chernysheva Tritium labeling of biological macromolecules and its application in surface science
3P02-16 Y. Ishikawa Study on hydrogen isotope transfer from seawater to marine animals
3P03-01 A. Antipenkov Overview of the tritium handling within the ITER vacuum pumping system
3P03-02 P. Cortes Creation of ISO standards on the confinement systems in Tritium facilities
3P03-03 M. Iseli Tritium permeation into the ITER primary heat transfer loops as a support of the management of tritiated effluents
3P03-04 S. Papastergiou The European supplied components of the ITER vacuum pumping systems
3P03-05 A.S. Poore Assessing technology readiness for critical technical elements in the conceptual design of the ITER tokamak exhaust processing system
3P03-06 O. Kazachenko Concept of ITER tritium plant instrumentation and control (I&C)
3P03-07 L. Lepetit Dynamic simulation of performance and control of ITER atmosphere detritiation system
3P05-24 T. Uda Characteristics of honeycomb oxidizing catalysts to recover tritiated hydrogen and methane gases
3P05-25 K. Kotoh Successive hydrogen isotope separation/enrichment by pressure swing adsorption using SZ-13X column
3P05-26 S. Takashima Conductance characteristics of hydrogen isotopes between viscous and molecular flow regions in spherical pellet packed-beds at 77.4 K
3P05-27 S. Suppiah Performance characterization of hydrogen isotopic exchange and recombination catalysts for tritium processing
3P05-28 L. Matei Endurance test facilities for hydrophobic isotope exchange catalyst
3P05-29 X. Xiao Cryogenic adsorption of hydrogen isotopes over nano-structured materials
3P05-30 Y. Oya Development of tritium recovery by flowing O2+Ar gases at steam generator in fast breeder reactor
3P05-31 T. Wong Estimation of DTRF operational tritium inventory using cryogenic distillation column temperature
3P05-32 K. Liger HCLL and HCPB coolant purification system: preliminary measurement and instrumentation plan
3P05-PD E.B. Anderson PEM water electrolysis for enhanced water detritiation at ITER
3P06-08 J.M. Mintz Construction, startup and initial operation of ignition fusion target fill systems at LLNL
3P06-09 Y. Song Analysis on initial tritium supply for starting up fusion power reactor FDS-II
3P06-10 H. Wang Progress of tritium detection and detritiation technique in INPC
3P06-11 H. Chung Tritium research activities in KAERI
3P06-12 K. Yamazaki Tritium fuel system assessment on economics and CO2 emissions in DT fusion eeactors
3P06-13 T. Oishi Optimization of tritium fueling scenario in DT fusion reactors
3P06-14 R. Hiwatari Commissioning scenario without initial tritium inventory for a demonstration reactor Demo-CREST
3P06-15 S. Son Tritium assay and dispensing in TriMARS
3P07-34 E. Fleury Tritium ageing studies for « LMJ target » applications
3P07-35 - withdrawn
3P07-36 Y. Kompaniets Hydrogen interaction with nickel containing radiogenic 3He
3P07-37 A. Yukhimchuk Hydrogen interaction with stainless steel 12Cr18Ni10Ti containing up to 500 appm of radiogenic 3He
3P07-38 P.W. Humrickhouse Implementation of tritium permeation models in the CFD code FLUENT
3P07-39 X. Ju Research of erbium oxide coating on the China low activation martensitic steel (CLAM)
3P07-40 X. Long Hydrogen isotope effects of Ti, Zr, U metals
3P07-41 A. Rusinov Hydrogen isotopic exchange in tungsten by plasma irradiation
3P07-42 D. Zhang Effect of substrate surface oxidation on tritium permeation barrier properties of MOD Er2O3 coating
3P07-43 M. Yoshida Tritium distribution on first wall carbon tiles in JT-60U
3P07-44 N. Asakura Measurements of the dust property in experiment and post-campaign sampling on JT-60U Tokamak
3P07-45 T. Nagasaka High temperature mechanical properties of group 5 metals and their alloys for tritium permeation materials
3P07-46 T. Ikeda Application of tritium tracer technique for determination of hydrogen diffusion and permeation coefficients near room temperature
3P07-47 L. Zhang Analysis of tritium transport behaviors in CN HCCB test blanket system
3P07-48 K. Ohya Modeling of impurity transport in edge plasmas and tritium codeposition on plasma facing walls in ITER
3P07-49 D. Kato Quasi-resonant electron capture at very low energies involving hydrogen isotopes
3P07-50 A. Takayama Simulation study of interaction between hydrogen isotopes and nuclear fusion related materials based on binary collision approximation
3P07-51 L. Sedano Dynamic coupling of radiation transport code MCNP-X and one-dimensional H-isotopes´ transport code TMAP7 for neutron source and tritium transport coupled analysis
3P07-52 Y. Tomita Dust dynamics and tritium retention in SOL/Divertor plasma of ITER
3P07-53 T. Hayashi Measurement of dust quantity and distribution collected from JT-60U
3P07-54 N. Ashikawa Hydrogen isotope retention on dust particles in fusion devices
3P11-01 A. Kavetskiy Tritium nuclear battery for high-voltage, high impedance loads
3P11-02 B. Liu Scandium tritide for micropower source applications
3P11-03 T. Sekine Application of HTO as radioactive tracer to investigate water transport properties of fluoropolymer-based fuel-cell electrolyte membranes
3P11-04 K. Isobe Self-radiation reaction between tritium and carbon dioxide at elevated temperature
3P11-05 N. Kudryasheva Effect of tritium on luminous bacteria

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