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J-PARCJapan Proton Accelerator Research Complex (Tokai, Japan)
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96m]Tc production by the J-PARC injector beam, we were able to show that sufficient amounts of [sup.
99]Mo can be produced at the J-PARC TEF-T beam line.
The question is: "what can we do during the period while the J-PARC is not in operation?
99]Mo isotope production at the J-PARC (Scenario (1)).
As mentioned in Section 6, beside J-PARC, we have powerful cyclotrons that accelerate proton beams with an intensity of 100 to 300 [micro]A, and with an energy of up to 70 or 80 MeV.
This approach was also followed to predict the hydraulic conductivity of soils at J-PARC.
Summing up, the present work presents the results obtained from nine exploratory boreholes within J-PARC, evaluating the sedimentary sequence and investigating the main properties of the soils to effectively characterize the hydrogeology of the site.
The J-PARC complex is located at the Tokaimura, Ibaraki prefecture, which is approximately 100 km northeast of Tokyo.
A plot for the entire data set shows that hydraulic conductivity in J-PARC is close to this distribution (fig.
Drill cores from 9 wells were analyzed to a depth of 200 m at the coastal area of J-PARC, and the main lithological facies and hydraulic properties of the sedimentary sequence determined.