Journal of Nuclear Energy Science & Power Generation TechnologyISSN: 2325-9809

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Thermodynamic Principles for Removing Tritium from Treated Water in Fukushima Daiichi by Thermal Membrane Processes

This research paper provides theoretical scientific evidence for removing tritium from ALPS treated water in fukushima daiichi. This research is a theoretical study about the possibility of using a membrane thermal separation process for removing tritium from ALPS treated water in fukushima daiichi power plant. The negative effects of the presence of tritium in natural water are the main reason for this research on separation of tritium from nuclear power plant water. In previous research studies there are references to separation of tritium by a thermal membrane process. This pervaporation process based on experimental research. This paper describes thermodynamics based on the separation of tritium from ALPS treated water as scientific evidence

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