absorption of hydrogen from inert gas by gas circulation system with yttrium particle bed

N. Mitsuishi, Satoshi Fukada

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Abstract

Selective absorption and recovery of hydrogen isotopes in an inert gas stream is a necessary operation in a fuel cycle of a D-T fusion reactor, especially for the recovery of tritium from an inert gas atmosphere in a tritium-handling glove-box. Yttrium particles are promising materials to be used in the recovery system of hydrogen isotopes from circulating gas because of very low equilibrium pressures of hydrogen, and thus an experimental and analytical investigation was made using their samples of 80 to 120 mesh. A tank made of stainless steel with a volume of 45.2 liter was used in a gas circulating system instead of a glove-box. Many breakthrough curves were obtained experimentally between 500-950°C. The results obtained here may be also used for the engineering design concerning the D-T fuel cycle.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCHEMECA '90, Australasian Chemical Engineering Conference
Editors Anon
PublisherPubl by Univ of Auckland School of Engineering
Pages581-588
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 1990
EventEighteenth Australasian Chemical Engineering Conference Part 2 (of 2) - Auckland, NZ
Duration: Aug 27 1990Aug 30 1990

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OtherEighteenth Australasian Chemical Engineering Conference Part 2 (of 2)
CityAuckland, NZ
Period8/27/908/30/90

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Yttrium
Inert gases
Tritium
Recovery
Hydrogen
Isotopes
Gases
Fusion reactors
Stainless steel

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  • Engineering(all)

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Mitsuishi, N., & Fukada, S. (1990). absorption of hydrogen from inert gas by gas circulation system with yttrium particle bed. In Anon (Ed.), CHEMECA '90, Australasian Chemical Engineering Conference (pp. 581-588). Publ by Univ of Auckland School of Engineering.

absorption of hydrogen from inert gas by gas circulation system with yttrium particle bed. / Mitsuishi, N.; Fukada, Satoshi.

CHEMECA '90, Australasian Chemical Engineering Conference. ed. / Anon. Publ by Univ of Auckland School of Engineering, 1990. p. 581-588.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Mitsuishi, N & Fukada, S 1990, absorption of hydrogen from inert gas by gas circulation system with yttrium particle bed. in Anon (ed.), CHEMECA '90, Australasian Chemical Engineering Conference. Publ by Univ of Auckland School of Engineering, pp. 581-588, Eighteenth Australasian Chemical Engineering Conference Part 2 (of 2), Auckland, NZ, 8/27/90.
Mitsuishi N, Fukada S. absorption of hydrogen from inert gas by gas circulation system with yttrium particle bed. In Anon, editor, CHEMECA '90, Australasian Chemical Engineering Conference. Publ by Univ of Auckland School of Engineering. 1990. p. 581-588
Mitsuishi, N. ; Fukada, Satoshi. / absorption of hydrogen from inert gas by gas circulation system with yttrium particle bed. CHEMECA '90, Australasian Chemical Engineering Conference. editor / Anon. Publ by Univ of Auckland School of Engineering, 1990. pp. 581-588
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